Beginner Bodhran Lessons for Adults. Class commencing on Tuesday, April 17, at 7pm. Bodhrans supplied. E50. Two places remaining.
Computers – Monday, April 16, 3.30pm – 4.30pm (6-9 year olds).
Tin Whistle – Tuesday, April 17, 3.30 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. (6-9 year olds). Tin whistles supplied.
Arts & Crafts – Wednesday, April 18, 3.30 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. (6-9 year olds).
Bodhran Lessons – Thursday, April 19, 3.30pm – 4.30pm (6-9 year olds). Bodhrans supplied.
All classes E20 for five weeks. Then there is a one week break and the programme commences for another five weeks.
To book a place on any of the above courses or for further information - please contact (052) 9156165.
Slieveardagh Cultural & Enterprise Centre – Office Services: Opens five days a week, 9am – 5pm Monday to Thursday and 9am – 4pm on Friday; closed 1-2pm each day. Office services available: Photocopying, colourcopying, typing, laminating, binding, dance / debs tickets etc, raffle tickets (books), posters, business cards, booklets, invitations, gift vouchers, sponsor cards and faxing. We type essays, assignments etc only €E2 per typed page.
Internet Café: Broadband internet access is now available to the public E2 an hour.
A composition DVD of all past workers in the Ballingarry Mines is available to buy in Slieveardagh Centre, Centra Killenaule and Fethard, Millennium Family Resource Centre Glengoole, Slieveardagh CITE Ballingarry and The Old School House – The Commons. E10. All proceeds go to running costs of the Old School House.
Killenaule 2-11 Ballingarry 0-9
Killenaule 1-11 St.Pats 1-10
Killenaule 3-22 Swans 1-10
Our u16 footballers got the week off to a good start with a fine victory over neighbours Ballingarry. After a slow start we were behind early on but the switch of James Doyle to midfeld changed the match and we ran out easy winners in the end. The highlight of the game was a tremendous goal by Domnic Blake which would surleybe a contender for goal of the year in any grade. Best on the day was P Hannigan, D Fogarty, O McCormack, J Doyle, D Blake, L Trimble and P Feehan.
Our minor footballers came from 7pts down to snatch a great victory over St Pats in a rip roaring match. We didn’t look like winners for long stretches of this match but a tremendous finish saw us ahead at the final whistle. A highlight of the match was the late points from Jamie O Connor with the left peg. best ion the day was N Murphy, J Yates, J Feehan, G Henry, J O Connor and man of the match T Keavney.
Our Senior hurlers got their campaign off to the best possible start with a comprehensive win over arch rivals Swan. The match was close enough for the first 20 minutes but we clicked into gear before half time to put this game to bed. It was refreshing to see the team play a nice straight forward type of game and our striking was top class. Although stiffer tests lay ahead we are certainly going in the right direction. One the the highlights of this game was the marksmanship of Festy who ended with a tally of 2-7 from play and even that wasn’t enough to earn the man of the match award. Best on the night were M O Donnell, D Ryan, P Codd, Festy, D Fanning, Bubbles and man of the match Cathal Bergin. We play Davins next Week, Check fixtures for arrangements.
Their is still some membership outstanding so sort this out ASAP.
All arrangements are complete for our weekend away in Ballyheigue. We will travel by bus on Saturday 5th May, leaving Killenaule at 7.30am and will stay in the Silver Sand Hotel on the Saturday and Sunday and return home on the Monday.We will play a senior hurling match on the Saturday and Sunday. Any one who hasn’t payed their deposit please do so immediately.