The team kept their unbeaten run going with another win away to Blackcastle in Templemore last Sunday. The home team got off to a good start with a goal after 10 minutes, but Aoife O’Connor scored with a fantastic free after Katie O’Regan was brought down to tie the game just before half time. The second half was very tense with Roisin Trehy and Eidin Murphy playing great in the backs and Michelle Meagher working all over the field. With 20 mins gone Katie O’Regan crossed the ball and Shauna Hayes controlled it and finished with a winning goal. Aoife O’Connor came close again with another free but the game finished at 2-1 to Killenaule Moyglass.

Team: Sharon Hanley, Eidin Murphy, Aoife O’Connor, Roisin Trehy, Ellen Walsh, Michelle Meagher, Aisling Dwyer, Aine O’Donovan, Roisin O’Regan, Shauna Hayes and Katie O’Regan. Subs used: Nell Trehy, Fiona O’Connor, Aisling O’Connor, Hannah Stapleton

Killenaule Ladies Football win the Junior D county League final

It was an action packed weekend for the junior team who won the league semi final against Thurles Gaels at Scoil Ruain with an outstanding performance from Hannah Trehy and Fiona O’Connor in the forwards and Roisin Trehy and Ellen Walsh midfield. Nothing passed Ellen Lannigan and Grainne Fennelly. The final score was Killenaule 6-11 to St Pats 1-8. The league trophy was presented to captain Roisin Trehy after the game.

Team: Hannah Stapleton, Alison Gaynor, Ellen Lannigan, Ruth Kelly, Nell Trehy, Eidin Murphy, Grainne Fennely, Ellen Walsh, Roisin Trehy, Sophie Meehan, Roisin O’Regan, Ailshe Meagher, Jane Prendergast, Aishling O’Connor, Fiona O’Connor.


Lucy Connolly will hold a table quiz in the Village Inn in Moyglass on Friday, May 25, at 9.30pm in aid of Cara Projects. Table of four is E20. Refreshments and raffle on the night. Lucy is heading to Africa on June 9 with 20 other volunteers, to carry out repairs in a local school and build a rescue centre for under-privileged children. So please if you can support this worthy cause.


Thank you for allowing us to hold a church gate collection recently. Due to your generosity of the people amount collected in Moyglass E278.50 and Killenaule E193.00 for which we are grateful. Fr Matthew Sanka SCA.


The local branch of Daffodil Day Cancer Care wish to thank most sincerely all those who helped and supported the event in any way. Amount raised was E7,500.


A meeting will be held in Ardagh House on Wednesday, May 30, at 8pm for those interested in reviving the club. Contact 052 9156486


Sincere Sympathy to Paula Lawrence and the Brophy Family, Glengoole, on the recent death of Paddy Brophy.

To the Maher and Rafter families on the recent death of Mary Rafter, Springhill, Killenaule, may they rest in peace.


Friday, May 11, 37 second year students from Presentation Secondary Ballingarry, took off on an action packed day as part of their positive behaviour programme.

The students set off early for Castlecomer Discovery Park in Kilkenny. There they got a chance to discover and learn about their coalmining heritage. They were transported back in time over 300 million years to find out how coal was first formed. The expo also explored the local mining history and heritage uncovering the daily lives and working methods of miners and their families. One of the highlights involved the students having the opportunity to crawl along a mine shaft and experience first hand how confined and difficult it was to work in that space. For students whose grandfathers or granduncles worked in the Ballingarry mines this was a particularly poignant experience.

Later in the morning the students got a chance to reconnect with nature and engage in an active learning workshop based on their junior cert science course.