Good luck to our Seniors who play Moycarkey in the first round of the Mid Championship this Sunday.
Busy week in juvenile circles with our U16s out against Gortnahoe. We came out second in this game but lads should have seen they have potential and look forward to next Monday night’s game. The U14s were busy with football v Moyne and hurling v Gortnahoe on Saturday. The U12s had both teams playing, with group 2 and group 4 out against Loughmore on Saturday and group 4 again on Tuesday v JK Brackens. We won all three. Training continues on Saturday at 11am. The U10s are in Dr. Morris Park on this Saturday for a hurling blitz. U6 & U8 training takes place at 10am. We had a great Easter Coaching Camp, which took place from last Tuesday to Thursday, with 65 kids taking part.
Boherlahan Dualla hosted an U12 blitz on Saturday, March 30. Boherlahan, Moycarkey and Thurles Sarsfields were involved. The Boherlahan girls got off to a great start, winning all matches. Great performances from the visiting teams also. The U12 girls were out in another blitz last Saturday in Holycross. Teams involved were Holycross, Cashel. Boherlahan came out on top again winning both their matches. Our U14 and U16 camogie teams were off to a great start last week with two wins to start the championship. The U14 girls were away to a Ballina and the U16s were away to Moycarkey. Training has resumed for U6, U8 and U12 Camogie in Boherlahan field every Friday at 6.30pm.
SEE HOW THEY RUN
Cashel Choral & Dramatic Society present the comedy “See How They Run” by Philip King at Brú Ború, from Thursday 18th to Sunday 21st April at 8.15pm. Tickets E12.50 / Thursday night concession for students and senior citizens E5. Tickets available from O’Dwyer’s Pharmacy, Main Street, Cashel 06261318 and Brú Ború 06261122.
We had a successful work afternoon, thanks to all who came along. If you were unable to attend you will get the opportunity later in the year. Give your name to Seamus Murphy 0876381391, Tommy Shelly 08790621173 or Kevin Wallace 0876565054.
CASHEL DAFFODIL DAY COMMITTEE
Thanks to all the volunteers who turned out on Daffodil Day. Thanks to all the people who donated daffodils.
The plan is that we might commence our celebrations in the parish with our Annual Mass at Ardmayle on the evening of August 15 and conclude on Sunday, August 18, with Mass at 11am, the unveiling of a plaque and the planting of a tree.
Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Kathleen Tynan and extended family on the death of her brother Philip Tuohy, Cormackstown, Thurles.