Boherlahan Dualla



Scoil San Isadoir are staging a show called Bóthar Fadó on this Thursday and Friday, March 29 and 30. It is a combination of history, dance, music and drama, telling the story of significant events, people, organisations etc in the parish over the last 150 years. Tickets: Adults: E10. Students/OAPs: E5. Family Ticket (two adults, two children): E25. Contact the school on 0504-41184 for tickets.


Closing date for GAA membership is this weekend, 31 March. Seniors: E50, Non Players: E20, Students and Minors: E25. Note all players must be fully paid up members before they play. No players will be covered by insurance if they have not done so. Note membership can be accepted in weekly instalments. Contact Ann Flanagan or Betty Stapleton to arrange same.


To Niall Dunne, Thurlesbeg, Boherlahan, who received Trainer of the Year at Thurles Greyhound Stadium recently.


The GAA Cul Camp will be held this year from Monday, July 2, to Friday, July 6. Details regarding registration etc will come in the next few weeks.


Sympathy is extended to Margaret O’Sullivan and family on the death of her father John (Jack) O’Rourke, Mallow, Co. Cork and also to the Hunt family, Ardmayle on the death of Patricia Barry-Walsh.


A vacancy has arisen for a school cleaner. For further details contact the school at 062-62247.


Boherlahan Bingo are celebrating their 30th Anniversary on Monday, April 9. On the night, it is hoped to have extra prize money available and also a monster raffle in aid of the upkeep of the Parochial Hall.


Will take place in Community Hall, Dualla on Good Friday, April 6, at 8.30pm. Please come along and support this event which will raise much needed funds to pay the Community Hall bills. Table of four is E20. Refreshments will be provided on the night and there will also be a raffle, so any donations of spot prizes would be appreciated.


There will be no Youth Club this Friday, March 30, as the Bóthar Fadó Show is taking place. The next and final youth club night is scheduled for Friday, April 13. As this is the last night, a trip to the cinema is being organised. More details on this as well as consent forms will be distributed through the schools next week.


Bingo continues every Monday night in Boherlahan. Prize money is E1,700 nightly so do come along. Buses serving local surrounding areas.


Last weekend was very busy for the younger teams. The U10s took part in a blitz in Durlas Og. We had two teams playing with both panels playing three games each. Our U12 A football panel had a very impressive win over Durlas Og which was played last Saturday morning in Dualla. Well done to them on a great start to their campaign. There will be an Easter Camp held in Boherlahan pitch from Tuesday, April 3, to Thursday, April 5, running from 10am to 1pm. At a cost of E20 which also includes a football and sliotar per participant, this is great value. Please hand in camp application forms to Esther Kavanagh, spare forms are still available. We wish the pupils of St. Isidores National School all the best in their upcoming drama production which will be held in Boherlahan hall this Thursday and Friday at 8pm. Looking forward to a great nights entertainment. The U14 and U16 panels played their first football matches this week, report in next week’s paper. Best of luck to our juvenile players who are currently attending U14, U15 and U16 mid trials. Finally the club would like to extend its deepest sympathies to John Manley, Principal of Dualla NS on the death of his father Matt Manley from Nenagh. John is a great support to the juvenile club and a true GAA man. Our thoughts and prayers are with him