Clogheen

BIG SPIN AROUND IRELAND

BIG SPIN AROUND IRELAND

This charity run will take place on June 4, 5 and 6 in aid of Crumlin Childrens Hospital Bone Marrow Unit. They will arrive in Clogheen on Sunday, June 5, at 5pm approx, staying overnight. If you have available accommodation please contact Davy on 085 8348259. Following their arrival there will be a karaoke music and food in Brendan’s Lounge on that evening. On Monday morning they will leave for Cork City. The cost for each entrant is €100 sponsored.

LOCAL BOYS DO WELL

Congratulations to Colum Browne and Lawrence McGrath who recently came second in class and twelfth overall in the International Rally of the Lakes in Killarney.

SYMPATHIES

Sincere sympathy is extended to the Lonergan family, Glengar, Burncourt, on the death of Denny who passed away last week. Denny had a great interest in general knowledge quiz events and won many prizes in the Scor representing Fr Sheehys GAA club and many other charitable competitions. Denny is survived by his sisters Kathleen and Sr Mary, Oregon, brothers Tommy and Mick, nephews and nieces and all his extended family. Removal took place from St Theresa’s Mortuary to Burncourt Church on Wednesday, and following requiem mass on Thursday he was laid to rest in the local cemetery. May he rest in peace.

BRIAN BORUS LADIES FOOTBALL CLUB

Well done to the Brian Borus Under 12 team who got off to a winning start to their championship campaign with a win over Galtee Rovers in Ballylooby last Monday. Final score: Brian Borus 4-6, Galtee Rovers 1-2.

Congratulations to Caoimhe Condon and the County Under 14 team who defeated Waterford in the Munster final last Sunday, with a score of 3-15 to 2-7.

A course on the Code of Ethics will take place in Clogheen on Wednesday, May 18, at 7pm. The cost of the course is €10 per person. Anyone involved with the club needs to have this course completed. Please send your name to Anne Keating at 087-9783898.

FR SHEEY’S JUVENILE GAA CLUB

UNDER 16. Fr. Sheehy’s travelled to Annacarty last Thursday night to play Eire Og in the last match of the group stages of the County u16c football championship. Fr. Sheehy’s took a 1-2 to 0-2 lead at the break. On the restart saw Fr. Sheehy’s increase the lead to ten points, 3-5 to 0-4 with goals from Colin English and Conor Lowry. A goal from Eire Og with fifteen minutes to go inspired them to a strong finish.

UNDER 14. Ballylooby/ Fr. Sheehy’s u14 combination team play away to Carrick Davins (Thursday, May 12) and also away to Mullinahone (Monday 16).

UNDER 12. Fr. Sheehy’s u12 footballers beat Cahir B by 6-5 to 2-3 in Fr. Sheehy Park last Friday night. Next match v Kilsheelin B on this Friday in Clogheen at 7pm.

Under 8. Football training for u8s takes place every Saturday morning at 11am in Fr. Sheehy park.

BRIAN BORUS CAMOGIE CLUB

Training continues every Sunday morning at 11am at Ballylooby/Castlegrace Gaa Grounds for all girls u8, u10 and u12.

Our u10 girls played a challenge game against Cashel recently. Cashel came out victorious in the end by a goal.

SYMPATHY: The club would like to pass on our sympathy to the O’Brien family on the death of Jack who was laid to rest on Monday, May 2.

FR SHEEHY’S GAA

Intermediate Football - We played CJ Kickhams Mullinahone in our second game of the Intermediate Championship and lost on a scoreline of 2-9 to 0-7. Intermediate Hurling - We played Fethard on Sunday, May 1,in Monroe in the second round of the Intermediate Hurling Championship and came away with a 1-17 to 0-6 point victory.

Late Dinny Lonergan.

On Friday, April 29, we were saddened by Dinny’s passing at his home in Glengar just short of his 83rd birthday. He was one of nature’s true gentleman, who possessed great knowledge and was always a joy to meet. During his lifetime he was always a keen supporter of all Father Sheehy’s activities. He was Club Secretary when we annexed the County Junior Football title in 1960. A quiz enthusiast he with Jackie Condon and John Clohessey brought huge honour to the parish when they won the All Ireland Scor Question Time for Fr Sheehys and Tipperary in 1978. Before our match with Fethard on Sunday, May 1, the club held a minutes silence in his memory and at his removal on Wednesday last we preform a Guard of Honour to salute this unassuming and dignified clubman. The club extends our sympathy to the Lonergan family especially his brother Tommy. Ar dheis de go raibh a h-anam.

Sympathy - We extend our sympathy to the O’Brien Family, Rehill, and Crotty Family, Skeheen, on their recent bereavements.

KNOCKMEALDOWN ACTIVE

Clogheen is represented on the newly formed Knockmealdown Active steering group by PJ English and David Slattery.

Knockmealdown Active has been set up with the aim of promoting the Knockmealdown Mountains and surrounding areas of Clogheen, Newcastle, Goatenbridge, Ardfinnan and Ballyporeen. Knockmealdown Active is running a photographic competition with €50 prize for the winner. The photo should show the spirit of the Knockmealdown area. Entries should be emailed to knockmealdownactive@gmail.com before May 30. To find out more about Knockmealdown Active, contact PJ English on 087-7984929 or David Slattery on 086-2808188. You can also find Knockmealdown Active on Facebook.

IRISH WHEELCHAIR ASSOCIATION - A table quiz will be held in the lucky Leprechaun Clogheen on Friday, May 13, at 8.30pm in aid of The Irish Wheelchair Association. Please support this very important fundraiser.