KELLOGGS CÚL CAMP
Monday July 1 to Friday July 5. Contact any committee member for registration details or save €5 per child when you book online www.kelloggsculcamps.gaa.ie.
Outstanding articles for this year’s journal are now due. Please forward your article to Paddy O’Dwyer immediately. If you have any photographs for the journal, contact Paddy or any member of the Society.
Thursday, June 13, commencing at 6pm.
FUNDRAISING COFFEE MORNING ANDCAKE SALE
Next Thursday, June 13, at the home of Mairead Power, Dualla. From 11am to 3pm in aid of the Pallottine Missions.
DEATH OF MARK EDWARDS
It was learned with deep regret in Dualla, Cashel and surrounding districts of the unexpected death of Mark Edwards, which occurred at his residence in Newtown, Ballinure on Tuesday, May 21. His untimely passing at the age of 51 years came as a shock to his family, neighbours and friends. He was son of John and Pauline Edwards, Hertfordshire, England, and hailed from a family of four, having a brother Daniel and two sisters Ruth and Heather. In April 1994, he came to Ireland and in the following year married Margaret Troy, daughter of Alice and the late Danny, whom he had met in England during her stay when working there. Both of them became involved in garden design and landscaping services. For 13 years, they worked with Cashel Town Council in providing this service. Mark had his gardening slot on Tipperary Mid West Radio which was beneficial to many gardeners. As a member of the Cashel Pantomime Society, he was involved with many of their productions. In Dualla he was a member of the Ploughing Association and of Dualla Parish Council. His remains were reposing at his home for two days before removal to the Church of Our Lady of Fatima, Dualla on Saturday, May 25. Members of Dualla Ploughing Association and Cashel Pantomime Society formed guards of honour en route to the Church. The funeral service was performed by Fr. Bernie Moloney C.C. Cashel and assisted by Fr. Peter Brennan. Also present was family friend Fr. James Feehan, former Parish Priest of Boherlahan Dualla. Sympathy is extended to his wife Margaret, daughter Elena, the Troy family and the Edwards family, England.
Last Monday week Boherlahan Dualla were out in The Ragg against Annacarthy in the U14B Camogie County Final. With both teams giving it their all it was Boherlahan who got that crucial score in the dying seconds and with the full time whistle sounding it was met with great cheers from supporters and players - final score 3-6 to 3-5. Well done to Sarah Kate Delaney who represented her school and her parish in the Primary games playing at half time for her county at the Kerry v Tipp football game and also well done and best of luck to Casey Hennessy and John Ryan who will represent their Parish and their county playing in Limerick this coming Sunday at half time of the Limerick v Tipp game.