FIONN MAC CUMHAILL PLAYERS
The Fionn Mac Cumhaill Players are planning a comedy at the end of the summer to cheer the people up in these depressing times. The comedy ‘Sex please we’re sixTy’ tells of a small bed and breakfast owner in her mid 50’s - her next door neighbour who is over 70 ‘Bud the stud’ ( he considers himself to be the reason so many ladies over 50 visit the B&B - and a local chemist who is trying out a new drug for women of a certain age - three menopausal ladies looking for love - definitely a recipe for disaster). The group plan to stage this in August or September all going well - so watch out for more details.
CLONEEN SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB
The new committee of Cloneen Sports and Social Club will relaunch the bar and hall on July 21 with a 70’s and 80’s disco (over 18’s). This is a fundraiser for works in progress to hall. Tickets for this event will be E10 and are on sale now from any of the members. We hope you will all support. We have also other fund raising ideas and hopefully the hall will be a hive of activity very shortly. The squash club will shortly be up and running. Booking of hall will be subject to certain fees and is as always available for kinds all events. We apologise for any inconvenience caused in closing bar for short time but hopefully all will be up and running shortly.
CLONMEL RIDING CLUB
The above club made up of members from Cloneen, Mullinahone, Drangan, Fethard and surrounding areas of Clonmel will hold their first One Day Event in the beautiful grounds of Grove in Fethard on July 29. This will be sponsored by TRI Equestrian and is a qualifier for the nationals. The Green Horse competition and young horse will be sponsored by local sponsors. For those of you who are not familiar with one day events they consist of dressage in morning followed by showjumping and the third part of the event is cross country which is probably what everyone goes to see. Many local riders will be taking part so if you would like a nice day out come along. We are also looking for volunteers for fence stewards and other jobs so if anyone would like to donate their Sunday let me know 086-0834208
ST PATRICKS LADIES GAA CLUB
The u10 county blitz starts next weekend, where we will host the first round matches. We are entering two teams and Slieve na mBan and Mullinahone are also in our group. Details of exact time for the games will be confirmed during the week. Under 12’s
On Saturday last our U-12s made the journey to Littleton to face Boherlahan in the County ‘C’ final. Boherlahan applied much pressure in the last 5 minutes but to their credit our defence held out, great cheer’s greeted the final whistle as our girls had recording another County title. Emily Holohan received the victorious Shield from County Chairman Tommie Campbell. Final score 3-6 - 2-4.
Team: S Morrissey, O Noonan, S O’Connor, C Griffen, A Ryan, E Wilson, C O’Halloran, C Ryan, E Boland, O O’Hanlon, L Murphy, A White, D Wall, N Keane, E Holohan, C Butler, A Horan, D Morrissey, Ruth MacDonald.
Congratulations to the team’s mentors Pat Morrissey, John Ryan and Aliaster Mac Donald for all their hard work and efforts since March and having the girls so well prepared.
Gaelic for Others
The Gaelic for Other team played Boherlahan in Dualla on Friday evening past.
The junior ladies played Killenaule in a challenge game on Sunday evening, in preparation for the upcoming Junior D championship starting next weekend. It was a good runout for the ladies and our thanks to Killenaule for the sporting game. A further challenge match has been organised against Fethard this Wednesday evening in Cloneen at 8pm. Next weekend, we will kick off our championship campaign with an away game against Aherlow B. Exact details not finalised as we go to print. The best of luck to Michael and his management team of Pat, Helen and Trish for the upcoming championship.