Killenaule Ladies Soccer travelled to Clonmel Celtic on Saturday for the league fixture and won 3 â€“ 1, a reverse of the shield result. It was Clonmel who started better and on 30 minutes went one up, Killenaule improved as the half went on but Celtics keeper was in fine form. The second half saw a vast improvement and Killenaule/ Moyglass were level after 8 minutes when Michelle Meagher passed behind the Clonmel backs and Shauna Hayes got on to it and rounded the keeper before tapping it home. Ten and fifteen minutes later Emer Barry struck twice to seal the game. A great win for the girls. Team: Hannah Stapleton, Eidin Murphy, Katie Oâ€™Regan, Cait Murphy, Aine Oâ€™Donovan, Michelle Meagher, Erin Slattery, Nell Trehy, Shauna Hayes, Roisin Oâ€™Regan and Emer Barry. Subs: Patricia Holohan, Amy Pollard, Aisling Dwyer and Roisin Trehy. The team are away to Templemore next weekend.
KILLENAULE COMMUNITY ALERT
Are launching their text service in Scoil Ruain next Friday, May 17, at 7pm. Other neighbouring parishes are also launching on the night. All are welcome.
KILLENAULE MOYGLASS â€¨PARISH JOURNAL
Anyone interested in having local news and photographs included in the Christmas Parish Journal 2013 contact Sean Watts 0529156372 as articles are being compiled so that the Journal can be ready early for the Christmas market.
Your generous support would be appreciated for Cara Project this year as Lucy Connolly has volunteered to take part in this worthy cause helping people in need of housing. Special night to be held in C.T. Skehans on Friday, June 7. Any unwanted gifts would be appreciated for auction and anyone that has any baskets suitable for hampers would be a help for the raffle.
Sincere sympathy to Ina Oâ€™Dwyer and the Cormack family, Dunguib, on the recent death of Sr. Catherine Cormack, may she rest in peace.