FETHARD & KILLUSTY COMMUNITY COUNCIL
The next meeting of Fethard & Killusty Community Council will take place on Tuesday 17th February at 8.30pm in the Tirry Community Centre.
The death has occurred on Thursday 5th February of Mrs Bridget Hannigan, Canon Hayes Court, and formerly of Clonbrogan, Moyglass. Interment took place in Calvary Cemetery.
The Well Golf Society
The Well Golf Society will hold a committee meeting this coming Friday 13th February at 8pm in The Well and, superstitious or not, all members are asked to attend. Don’t forget our first outing is a scramble and takes place at Tipperary Golf Club on Sunday March 7th. We must also take this opportunity to offer our sincere condolences to the family of the late Josie Williams who died last week.
FETHARD BRIDGE CLUB
The bridge results for Wednesday 4th February 2004 are:
1st Gross: Berney Myles and Bernie O’Meara
2nd Gross: Carol Kenny and Gemma Burke
1st Nett: Suzanne Opray and Ellen Rochford
2nd Nett: Anna Ryan and Madeleine O’Donnell
Anyone looking for a partner can contact, Annie O’Brien Tel: 052 31862.
FETHARD GAA CLUB
The Division ‘A’ Adult Football League kicks off for our club on Sunday next at 2pm in Fethard with a game against Arravale Rovers.
Our preparations for the under 21-football campaign continues on Tuesdays and Fridays in Fethard GAA Park.
Our Lotto Jackpot €2,900 was not won. We had 5 match three winners who received €30 each: Cian Morrissey (Tullamaine), Billy Treacy (Strylea), Mary Godfrey (Derryluskin), Mike Shine (c/o Rita Doyle Woodvale Walk), Brendan Hackett (30 Hughes Mill Clonmel). The €50 Lucky Dip was won by Susan Cuddihy (St. Patricks Place). The numbers drawn at the Well were 3, 7, 17 and 23.
Our sympathies are at this time with the Williams (family) Fethard on the death of their mother, Josie. Go nDeanai dhia Trocaire Orthu.
FETHARD & KILLUSTY COMMUNITY LOTTO
The numbers drawn on Tuesday 3rd February were: 10, 15, 20 and 29. There was no Jackpot winner, and one "Match 3" winner who received €150:
Stephen Nagle, Coolmoyne, Fethard.
Lucky dip winners of €50 each were:
Eamon O'Donohoe, Moyglass, Fethard
Eleanor Lahart, Drangan, Thurles
Therese Murphy, c/o Greta O'Donovan, Fethard
Next weeks Jackpot €4,650. The Jackpot sellers prize is €315.
CARRICK PLAY FOR ABYMILL
Carrick Dramatic Society will perform their smash hit production of, "The Beauty Queen of Leenane" by Martin McDonagh, in the Abymill Theatre on Wednesday 25th February. Booking now at O'Flynn's Menswear Tel: 052 31254.
JOHNNY DUHAN FOR ABYMILL
Well known singer songwriter, Johnny Duhan, supported by Billy ‘Bob’ Dwyer from Cashel, will perform in the Abymill Theatre at 8.15pm on Friday 5th March. Booking has now opened at O’Flynn’s Menswear, Fethard, Tel: 052 31254. Tickets €10.
From his musical beginnings in the 1960s fronting the legendary band Granny’s Intentions, Johnny Duhan has earned a justly impressive reputation over the years with a series of highly regarded albums, “Just Another Town”, “Don Quixote” and “Flame”, culminating in the highly anticipated album “Tree”.
Johnny is highly respected for the depth and maturity of his music, and his distinctive and eloquently crafted songs have been recorded by a long list of musical household names including Mary Black, Mary Coughlan, Dolores Keane and Christy Moore, and a number of his songs, including “The Voyage”, have become standards of the genre.
“Johnny Duhan is one of my favourite songwriters" (Ronnie Drew).
PROGRESSIVE 25 RESULTS
Results of Progressive 25 game played on 30th January. Joint winners on 10 games: Jackie Devitt and Chas Keane, Liam and John Kelly. Table prize: Jerry and Phyllis Murray. Tickets: Chris Maher, Nellie Meaney. P.J. McGrath, Paddy Butler. Rubber finals: 1 Michael Phelan and Hannie Leahy; 2 Bridie Lee and John Martin; 3 Nellie Meaney and Jackie Devitt.
The next game takes place on Friday 13th February at 8.30 sharp
BALLYLUSKY WHITE HEATHER HARRIERS
Ballylusky White Heather Harriers meet on Sunday 15th February in Golden at 12 noon.
MIND THAT DOG!
While we have no reports of sheep worrying by dogs in the area this year, we do have our annual appeal from local sheep farmers requesting that all dogs be kept under control, especially at night, now that the lambing season is in full swing.
Sincere sympathy is extended to Ms Alice Byrne, Fr. Tirry Park, on the death of her sister, Ms Greta Byrne, Clonoulty.