Recertfication for anyone who is already trained will take place on Friday, May 25, in St Paul’s Community Centre at 8pm. The fee for this course will be €8 per head.

Beginners are welcome to partake in performing CPR training and would like to learn the skill of using the AED (heart defibrillator), you can train on Friday night. Fee for beginners is €15. Contact Noelle on 0868210921. Book early, places are limited.


Congratulations to John Halley, Clogheen, who celebrated his 30th birthday last Saturday night. John was joined by family and friends for a wonderful party in Halley’s Pub.


Please note that next Sunday, May 27 , Mass on will be at 10.30am and will include the celebration of First Holy Communion on the feast of Pentecost. We would like to congratulate the five children who will receive the sacrament. Normal Sunday Mass time resumes the following week.


From June 10 to 17, parishioners might dedicate one window and decorate one window and decorate it with a sacred image-give a sense of local celebration. Communion with Christ and with one another. The Eucharist is the door between heaven and earth.


Congratulations to Marion and Martin Keating, Glencallaghan, on the birth of their beautiful baby girl Lucy last weekend. Marion is daughter of Pauline and Patrick Kenneally, Graigue, Clogheen.


Congratulations to the Graigue Tug of War team who were successful in the first tug of war pull this year in Ardfinnan. Well done and commiserations to the other two teams The Kilcoran Stags and the Village Inn teams who were great opponents on the day. More teams are needed to participate in future pulls.


Last Thursday evening the County Senior Ladies Football League final took place in Bansha between old rivals Brian Borus and Cappawhite. Even though Cappawhite got the better start with a point after five minutes of play, the tone of the game was set shortly after when Trisha Hickey found the back of the net. Brian Borus never looked back after this and further goals from Mairead Morrissey, Michelle Slattery and Trisha Hickey with points added by Claire Grogan, Jennifer Grant and Orla Fleming left the scoreline reading 4-6 to 0-2 at half time. The second half continued along the same lines. Cappawhite scored three points but Trisha Hickey, Linda Grogan, Maureen Murphy, Jennifer Grant and Mairead Morrissey added seven more to their total. The final score was Brian Borus 4-13 to Cappawhite 0-5. It was a fantastic team perfor mance by Brian Borus. While the forwards have been finding the posts at every game winning with high scores, great credit is due to the defense who have not conceeded a goal so far this year. The Frank O’Brien Cup, which had been donated by the club to honour the great man himself was presented to the winning captain Carmel Condon. Congratulations to John O’Gorman the manager, and all involved.


The camogie club’s church gate collection will take place the weekend of June 9 and 10. All support would be greatly appreciated.


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 7pm where they play Clonmel Commercials. Best of luck girls!

U8’s and U10’s played a very enjoyable challenge game against Mitchelstown last Friday night. Well done girls!


Under 12. Hard luck to Fr. Sheehy’s u12 football team who were beaten by Clonmel Og in the Division 4 final of the South Tipperary Premier Games last Friday evening in Fr. Sheehy Park. All four finals were staged in Clogheen before a huge attendance and well done to Bertie Sweeney, Eddie Cahill and the members of the Fr. Sheehy’s Juvenile GAA committee who ensured that Fr. Sheehy Park was in great shape for the finals.

Under 16. Fr. Sheehy’s u16 footballers bowed out of the championship at the semi final stage against Davins in Newcastle on Tuesday of last week. A brilliant display by goalkeeper Bartosz Chapski kept the Sheehy’s in the game in the first half but the Carrick team pulled away in the second to record a comfortable win by 3-10 to 0-4. Thanks to the team management of Liam Fleming and Eamon English for looking after the u16 football side this year.

Under 14. Well done to the u14 footballers who advanced to the South Championship semi-finals with a good win at home to St. Patrick’s last Monday night by 6-10 to 2-8.

Under 8. Fr. Sheehy’s u8 football team took part in a blitz at Ballyporeen GAA club last Saturday playing games against Newcastle, Ardfinnan and the home team. Great scoring on the day by Corey Morrissey, Evin Hyland, Cathal English, Darragh Maher, Cian O’ Brien and Kian Coffey.

Under 10. The u10 footballers played a blitz at Ned Hall park against hosts Clonmel Og, Newcastle and Mullinahone recently. The next blitz for this age group is on this Saturday, May 26, in Ballyporeen.