Mitchelstown

FOOTBALLERS INTO DIV 1 FL FINAL

FOOTBALLERS INTO DIV 1 FL FINAL

Mitchelstown Div 1 footballers had a good win over Carrignavar in the Cavanagh’s Fermoy Div 1 FL semi final at Ballyhooly on Monday evening. Three goals at vital stages was the real difference in what was a well contested game. Laurance O’Flynn opened with a goal with Jason Cott finding the net before the break. At half time Town led 2-3 to 0- 5. Laurance O’Flynn had his second goal midway through the second half that helped see Mitchelstown take a place in the final on July 9 against Ballyclough.

Mitchelstown GAA Golf Classic will take place this Thursday/Friday July 5 and 6.

LEISURE CENTRE

There has been a lot of talk over many years about Mitchelstown’s New Leisure Centre. Over E2 million has been raised by local involvement over many years yet no real progress has been made. Planning Permission was granted for a major project at the Canon’s Field but this is also at a standstill. There has been a lot of talk about a new 34 acre site on the Glanworth Road since the last public meeting on March l. Four months later it now looks as if the Leisure Centre Group have opted for the original idea which is the Canon’s Field. The Planning Permission for the project includes an indoor multi purpose sports hall, activity hall, fitness suite, meeting room, youth room, cafe area, and two outdoor all weather pitches.

DIVISION 3 FL FINAL

The Cavanagh’s Fermoy Div 3 FL final was played in Mitchelstown on Tuesday evening between great rivals Kilworth and Kildorrery. It was a one sided final with a very strong Kilworth side running out easy winners by 7-10 to 1- 9. The winners led 4 -5 to 0- 8 at half time. Kilworth inside forwards were in devastating form accounting for 5 -6 of their final tally.

PARK UNITED FC

Park United FC AGM this Thursday night, July 5.

THE LATE PATSY CURRAN.

The death occurred unexpectedly, on June 25 at Cork University Hospital, of Patrick (Patsy) Curran) 1 Sarsfield Casey Drive, Mitchelstown, and formerly of Cullane, Ballylanders Co Limerick. The late Patsy was very well known locally having worked at Mitchelstown Creameries for many years. He was a quiet spoken, inoffensive man. His popularity was borne out in the very large and represented attendance at the removal on Tuesday evening from O’Brien’s Funeral Mitchelstown to the local Parish Church and also at the Requiem Mass and burial on Wednesday. Interment took place to Brigown New Cemetery. To his wife Mary (Nee Murphy) son Paul, daughter Barbara (Seery) sisters Kitty (Boland) Bridie (McGrath) Mary, brother in law Johnny, son in law Paddy, nephews, grandnephew, grandnieces, relatives, neighbours and friends we tender our sincere sympathy.

ST FANAHAN’S WELL MASS

There was a very large turnout for the annual Mass at St Fanahan’s Well on Monday night last. Fr Michael Fitzgerald Pp was the celebrant with music provided by the James Fitzgerald Memorial Band.

THE LATE SR. HELENA FOX

The death occurred on June 27, at Marymount, Cork, of Sr Helena Fox, Presentation Convent Fermoy and formerly Glenroe Co Limerick. The late Sr Helena was a member of a well known family and her popularity was borne out in the very large and represented attendance at the removal on Thursday evening from South Presentation Convent to St Finbarr’s (South) Church and also at the Requiem Mass on Friday. Interment took place to Presentation Convent Cemetery Fermoy. To her sister Bridie Fitzgerald, Mitchelstown, sister in law Bridie Fox, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, the Presentation Community and a large circle of friends we tender our sincere sympathy.

THE LATE BREDA KENNY

The death occurred peacefully at Sr Francis Hospice, Dublin, on June 28, of Breda Kenny (Nee Roche Malahide, and formerly of James St. Mitchelstown). The late Breda had been in ill health for a while. There was a large and represented attendance at the removal from Stafford’s Funeral Home Strand Road Portmarnock and also at the Funeral Mass on Saturday at St Sylvester’s

Church Malahide. Interment took place to Fingal Cemetery. To her husband Paul, daughter Aoife, mother Kathleen, father Liam, brothers, sisters, relatives neighbours and many friends we tender our sincere sympathy.