KILLENAULE BORD NA N-0G
Our under 10’s took part in a hurling blitz in Ballingarry last Sunday week. We won our first three games against Fethard, Gortnahoe and Drangan in close, evenly contested games. Unfortunately we came unstuck against our near neighbours Ballingarry in our last game. We would like to thank all the players for their great effort on the day, and the parents for their great support. Finally we would like to thank Ballingarry for a great day, and to intercounty star Eoin Kelly, who presented the medals to all the kids who participated.
Due to the huge number of U10 players registered this year with the Juvenile Club, we now require additional coaches to assist, male and female. Johnny Cummins and Seanie O’Louglin have done an amazing job in bringing the squad this far, though all the Blitzes and training sessions, but the squad would benefit hugely for some extra coaches to prepare these players before they hit the competitive U12 season next year.
The Juvenile Club is an equal opportunities employer, (even though we don’t pay, as this is a voluntary organisation), so we would love to talk to some females who might like to get involved in coaching, especially as this squad has a high percentage of girls.
No previous experience is required, on site training will be provided as well as the opportunity to complete official coaching badges, which the club will subsidise for it’s members.
This opportunity is also open to students who may have completed a TY foundation training and would like to get some coaching experience to put on their CV. This is the perfect opportunity for the remaining summer holidays.
If you are interested or want to know more about becoming a coach for any team, please contact the Juvenile Secretary, Eleanor Lahart on (086) 2551232. All contacts will be treated in confidence.
DAY AT KNOCK
Day at Knock full coach left Killenaule taking part in the Cashel and Emly diocesan pilgrimage on Sunday, August 7.
Eight youth travelled on the coach, two took part in the readings at the mass in the basilica Niambh Barry and Samuel Noonan and two adults Patsy Burke and Lily Barrett recited the rosary during the procession and one of our pilgrims Kathleen Simpson took part in the choir.
It was a very successful pilgrimage and everyone were delighted to take part, thanks to all those who took part and a special thanks to Canon Ryan for all his help and to all who sponsored the youth as requested. Kathleen Cormack for her help with the rosary on the coach, to the driver Tom of Frances Glasheen coaches and not forgetting those who entertained during our journey home when all our prayers ended. Looking forward to 2012
NEW MONTESSORI OPEN DAY
Room to Bloom Montessori and after school service beside Moyglass National school open day August 20 at 11am.
All are welcome to come to see our new facility and enjoy some light refreshments. Enquires contact Jacquline O’Connell on 086 8321661
KILLENAULE ENHANCEMENT PROJECT
A public meeting will be held on Thursday, August 18, at 8pm in St Marys Hall to launch the Killenaule Enchancment Project, your help is needed so come along, air your views and ideas and together we can make it happen.
Jackpot won by Barney Mahony. Numbers 5, 12, 13, 29. Next week’s lotto E2000.