DEFIBRILLATOR COURSE Defibrillator training course this Wednesday, May 23, at 8pm in Duhill Hall. Refresher course for those who previously trained and a training course for those who wish to learn. All are welcome BALLYLOOBY PARENT AND TODDLER GROUP On Monday, May 28, the group will meet in the Hall and there will be a bank holiday break on June 4. The group will meet again in the Hall on Monday, June 11, for ‘Craft Day’
BALLYLOOBY FIRST HOLY COMMUNION. Congrats to the 18 boys and girls from second class in our parish school, who received their first communion last Saturday in Ballylooby Church. Congratulations to their teacher Miss Lawler and not forgetting their parents in preparation for this special day.
COMING UP IN BALLYLOOBY If you want to have a great night of craic and sheer good fun, watch out for “Coyote Ugly Night” in July. You will not be disappointed. For more info contact Martina
KELTIC RATS An event for your diary, coming to the village on June 9, at 9pm. BALLYLOOBY/CASTLEGRACE JUVENILE GAA: Kellogg’s Cul Camp. This years Cul Camp will be held from July 9 to 14. 10am until 2.30pm for the week. Last year’s camp was a resounding success with nearly 80 kids attending. This year we are hoping to increase this number. The club will be holding a number of registration days over the coming weeks, starting on Sunday, May 27, from 11am. Application form can be filled out on the day. Cost :one child €55, two children €45, third and subsequent children €40. The cost of the camp includes a free kit, socks, shorts and gear bag in the new Kellogg’s colours. Discounts of €5 are available on special packs of Kellogg’s cornflakes. These discounts are only available through online application at www.kellogsculcamps.ie For more details see special packs of Kellogg’s cornflakes. For further details contact Stephen Morgan on 085-7266697.
BALLYLOOBY/CASTLEGRACE JUVENILE GAA CLUB Church Gate Collection: The Juvenile clubs annual church gate collection will take place on this Saturday and Sunday, May 26 and 27, at both churches in the parish. Please support the juvenile club.
Card Drive 25 drive continues every Monday night in Ballylooby Community Hall at 8.30pm followed by light refreshments
Our intermediate footballers suffered defeat last Saturday evening in Ned Hall Park when they played Gramgemockler. It was a tight game all the way through with both teams evenly matched. We missed some opportunities to score points in both halves and this cost us in the end. Full time score Ballylooby/Castlegrace 0-10 Grangemockler 0-11. We play Clonmel Commercials in the next round which is scheduled to be played on Friday, June 1, in Goatenbridge at 8pm.
Our Junior hurlers are set to take on Newcastle in the first round of the south hurling championship this Saturday, May 26, in Goatenbridge at 7pm.
BRIAN BORUS CAMOGIE
The camogie club’s church gate collection will take place the weekend of June 9 and 10. All support would be greatly appreciated.
BRIAN BORUS FOOTBALL
U 12’s played a very strong Cahir team last Monday night and have their final round game on Thursday night when they play Fethard.
U 14’s are into a semi final on Tuesday night in Clogheen at 7 pm where they play Clonmel Commercials. Best of luck girls! U8’s and U10; s played a very enjoyable challenge game against Mitchelstown last Fri night. Well done girls!
The death occurred, last week-end of Elizabeth Williams (nee Maher) Tincurry, Cahir. We extend our sympathy to her husband Redmond, daughters Emma and Linda, extended family relatives and friends. Elizabeth was laid to rest in Ballylooby Cemetery after her requiem mass on Monday, May 21. May she rest in peace