Coach leaves from Ardagh House on this Sunday, August 5, at 8.15am from the Cashel and Emily diocesan pilgrimage. All members travelling please be on time and reminder to pay fare €20 immediately or your seat will be given to those on the waiting list.
Members of the Garden club who travelled on outing to Wexford to visit gardens last week had a very enjoyable day and escaped all the heavy showers.
First garden on visit was The Bay Leaf a two acre garden surrounding an 18th century farmhouse developed over 20 years from a neglected orchard and field creating an array of different garden areas, thanks to Francis and Ian for all their advice and hospitality.
Second Garden Ballymore Schoolhouse a 2 acre site with a large oriental temple garden including a traditional teahouse, stone bridge, stone lanterans and a moon gate, mirror garden and a peaceful dell garden etc. Thanks to Sylvia for the guided tour of garden and house. On return journey a meal at the Rue Glen.
In Crosscannon Cemetery this Friday, August 3, at 7pm (weather permitting).
Killenaule Moyglass Ladies had their first loss of the season on Sunday in the All Ireland quarter Final in Rathcoole against Peamount United. They were at the receiving end of a 8 - 1 beating as the star studded Dublin outfit passed the ball so well and made the Tipperary girls work so hard for the ball. The disappointing thing for the girls would be the fact that 6 of the goals were errors on their part, four from corners. The first half was all Dublin bar 3 good shots on goal from Shauna Hayes, Roisin Trehy and Erin Slattery and the half finished 5 -0. The second half was a different story, for 30 minutes Killenaule played fantastic soccer and Edel O’Dwyer had a goal disallowed for off-side and a Katie O’Regans header hit the post from an excellent Hannah Trehy cross before she scored from a free after Emer Barry was tripped up. Eidin Murphy, Aisling O’Conner and Cait Murphy were well on top at the back and came forward a lot putting pressure on Peamount but the scores did not come. The teams effort could not be faulted but in the last 10 minutes they tired and Peamount scored 3 more goals. It was a tough day for the team but a great learning experience. Subs used: Ellen Walsh, Aine O’Donovan, Aoife O’Connor, Nell Trehy and Fiona O’Connor. The next match will be on August 12, with a home game in the Cup to last year’s finalists Clerihan.
SLIEVEARDAGH CULTURAL AND ENTERPRISE CENTRE
The centre opens five days per week from 9am to 5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 4pm on Friday; closed 1pm to 2pm each day. Office services available in Slieveardagh Cultural & Enterprise Centre, Killenaule (052) 9156165: Photocopying, colourcopying, typing, laminating, binding, dance / debs tickets etc, raffle tickets (books), posters, business cards, wedding booklets, invitations (birthday etc), gift vouchers, sponsor cards and faxing. Excellent rates – on all the above. We type essays, assignments etc only €2 per typed page. A lot of our prices are now at reduced rates.
Broadband Internet Access is now available to the public in the Slieveardagh Centre – all new computers. €2 for one hour.
A composition DVD of all past workers in the Ballingarry Mines is available to buy in Slieveardagh Centre Killenaule, Centra Killenaule and Fethard, Millennium Family Resource Centre Glengoole, Slieveardagh CITE Ballingarry and The Old School House – The Commons. The DVD is €10 with all proceeds going to running costs of the Old School House – The Commons. Copies selling extremely fast, grab them before they all go.
Slieveardagh Centre will close on Friday, August 3, at 1pm to Tuesday, August 21, at 9am for Summer Holidays.
(Housed in Slieveardagh Centre)
Opening Hours: Monday and Wednesday 10am to 5pm; Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Closed.
The Killenaule Library will be closed on:
Monday, August 6, (Bank Holiday); Wednesday, August 8; Monday, August 13; Wednesday, August 15, and Monday, August 20, for Summer holidays.