LOCAL NEWS CONTACT
If you have any items that you would like to include in the Dundrum news please contact Sean Breen at 062-71131 or email to email@example.com. Deadline is Sunday night for inclusion in the following week’s Nationalist.
OUR LADY’S SODALITY
The monthly meeting of Our Lady’s Sodality will be held on Monday night, June 25. Mass in Knockavilla Church at 7.30pm, all welcome.
SCOIL BHRIDE NS NOTES.
Scoil Bhride NS, Donaskeigh, is now enrolling Junior Infants for the school year 2012-2013. Please contact the school on 062 71388 for application forms and information.
The Scoil Bhride Tennis Team was victorious in The Tipperary & District Tennis Competition held last week in Lattin Tennis Club. Team competitions of Singles and Doubles were fought out by Sophie Hayes, Orrin Cassidy, Dominic Hayes and Jack Cassidy. Well done to the team and coach Catriona Hayes on winning the Cup.
AOIFE ON PRIMARY GAME
Scoil Bhride N.S Donaskeigh are proud to have a girl representing them on the Primary game team in camogie in Pairc Ui Caoimh on Sunday next, June 24, at the Munster senior hurling Semi-Final Match between Cork and Tipperary.
Aoife Ryan, Ballintemple, is the first girl to represent the school in the Camogie Primary Game. We all wish her well and hope she goes on to represent the Kickham Club at county level up along the grades.
DONASKEIGH SCHOOL FAIR
The Annual School Fair is back again this year on Sunday, July 1. Lots of fun activities for all, including stalls from the usual Bric-a-Brac, Books, Tin Can Alley and many more. Wheel of Fortune is always a big take on the day as is the Slide for the children. Please come along and support this fund-raiser for Scoil Bhride Donaskeigh and have a great day relaxing and meeting friends over tea and cakes.
SCOIL MHUIRE NS NOTES.
Hearties congratulations to the pupils of 4th class Scoil Mhuire, Knockavilla, who were recently presented with the silver award for their project at the Xperience Engineering Project at The Helix in Dublin.
CASHEL COMMUNITY SCHOOL NOTES.
Two students from our Parish, Róisín Crowe and Conor Moore, are travelling to South Africa for the schools annual participation in the Niall MellonTownship Trust Building Blitz. A used Textile and Mobile Phone is operating to raise funds. Mobile phones and bagged donations of clean clothes, bed linen, duvets, towels, and paired shoes can be dropped off at either of the student’s houses or directly to the school during school hours before June 20. Your support would be much appreciated. Thank you to everyone who supported the recent fundraising Fashion show which was a great success.
KICKHAM CAMOGIE NOTES.
Moira Cahill Memorial Tournament.
Kickham Camogie Club are hosting The Annual Moira Cahill Tournament in conjunction with a sports barbecue extravaganza and are looking for lots of help with this, please contact any of the officers. Or Margaret on 087-9561645
Our U10 girls travelled to Boherlahan last Saturday afternoon to Co. Camogie U10 Blitz. We had two teams taking part that showed a lot of skill and determination in all their matches against Moyle Rovers, HolyCross, Cahir, Boherlahan and Carrick-Swans.
KICKHAM JUVENILE GAA NOTES.
Knockavilla Donaskeigh Kickhams hosted an U10 Blitz last Saturday morning. Cashel King Cormac’s, Rosegreen,Arravale Rovers and Kickhams all had two teams taking part. It was a great morning of hurling displays from all teams and everyone seemed to enjoy the day. Well done to all.
Under 12: Well done also to the three U12 teams who all had victories last week over Lattin (A), Emly and Lattin (B).
Under 14: Our two U14’s were’ not as lucky this week being defeated by Cashel , Rosegreen and Arravale B . Hard Luck Boys
KICKHAM GAA SENIOR CLUB NOTES.
The club will have a fun/sponsored climb of Galtymore on July 8, cards available from any club officer, we ask all club members to help out with this fundraising while enjoying time with your fellow club members.
Junior (A) hurling.
Our Junior (A)s played Clonoulty Rossmore in Golden on Saturday evening last. This was a great game in which both sides served up some very skilful hurling indeed. For the neutral it was probably very enjoyable but for followers of the teams it was very tense especially in the dying minutes as both sides vied for the scores which would ensure victory. In the end our lads emerged victorious on the score 2-18 to 1-18. Well done to all concerned.
We have just got this years order of Kickham togs from Juvenile to Adult as well as Socks and Kickham Gear bags in Small and large, For details ring Sean on 087-2646441