Thank you for playing all year as the jackpot heads for over €6,000.


Jackpot E5,800 - 12, 15, 22, 27 no winner

Bonus Draw E200 - 4, 5, 22, 24 no winner

Lucky Dip, E50 Pauline Ryan, Foilmahonmore, Kilcommon Margaret Ryan, Shanbally, Rearcross.

E25 Paddy Nolan, Rearcross, Eddie Joe Nolan, Rearcross, Barry Hartnett, Bealacleave, Rearcross, Mary Allis, Hollyford and Dan Kennedy, Hollyford.


Our senior AGM will be held on Sunday 12th December at 4 pm at the Sean Treacy GAA centre weather permitting.

Nominations for all positions and motions will close on Wednesday 8th December at five o'clock. Membership will be collected on the night.

Committee meeting:

Our November one was cancelled on Thursday 2nd at 9 pm due to the weather..


We encourage you to contact any committee member to donate unwanted scrap metal or car and tractor batteries.


Have a look at our all new site seantreacysgaa.com. and join our club.

Player profile:

Player: James Gough played under 21 hurling and football and junior A football in 2010. Favourite position is wing-back in football and centre-forward in hurling.

Recent achievements: Won double U21 county titles in 2008 and West Junior B football in 2009 and reached Junior A West final in 2010.

Lives in Rearcross.

Other interests: Plays soccer with Rearcross FC and talented at carpentry.

Club work: Active player.

Ambition: To play intermediate football with Treacys.

Juvenile AGM:

Please attend on Friday 10th December at the Sean Treacy Centre weather permitting and send your nominations and motions to Billy Carr Secretary by Tuesday 7th at 5 o'clock

The Parish Sale of Work was postponed due to the weather.


Congratulations to T.J. O'Dwyer, Line House, Reafadda on being presented with a 2010 Sean Gael Award. This Award is given to persons over 70 years of age who have rendered significant service to the GAA over the years. The Award was presented by Archbishop Dermot Clifford in the Dome of Semple Stadium, Thurles. T. J. played hurling with Sean Treacy's Club in the 1960's and the 1970's. He won an Inter County Medal with the Club in 1966. T.J. was a County Minor and Intermediate Selector in the early 1980's and the early 1990's.


Saturday December 4th was the Wedding day at St. Joseph's Church of Siobhan Quigley, daughter of John and Nora Quigley, Gurth, Milestone and James Carey, Drombane. Celebrants were Fr. Lorcan Brennan P.P. Drombane, Fr. James O'Donoghue C.C. Hollyford, Fr. Christy O'Dwyer P.P. Cashel/Rosegreen.

Bridesmaids were Marie Quigley-Carr, Michelle Kinane and Sandra Carey. Best Man was Patrick Ryan, Groomsmen John Carey and Michael Ryan. Flower girl was Molly Carr, page boys Darragh and Paraic Carr. Readers were: Philip Kelly and Breda Delahunty. Prayers of the faithful were read by Grace O'Dwyer, Sean Quigley, Siobhan Carey, Anne Barrett, Tom Quinlan and Ger O'Toole. Reflection was read by Mary Rose Cleary. Music was by Sharon Clancy, Aine O'Dwyer, Ann Ryan and Maria Bevans. The Reception was held in The Castle Oaks Hotel, Castleconnell. We wish James and Siobhan every happiness in the future. They will live in Drombane.


The Annual Parish Sale of Work due to take place in Rearcross Community Centre on Sunday December 5th was postponed due to weather conditions. It will be held on Sunday December 12th, commencing at 2pm.


Main roads in the area are passable as they are cleared and gritted frequently. Side roads are hazardous especially on hilly and shaded areas. The hills surrounding the Village are covered in a blanket of snow giving a Christmas appearance to the area.


We tender sympathy to the sisters, nephews, nieces and other relatives of Jimmy Hurley, Cherrymount, Clonmel and formerly of Curraheen.

Sympathy also to the sons, daughters, grandchildren, sister Josie Whyte and other relatives of Annie Butler, Blackstairs. May they rest in peace.