Fethard at Your Fingertips
Home | News | Local Information | Aerial Views | Photo Gallery | Emigrants' Newsletter | Phone Directory
Podcasts | Historical Society | Local Development Plan | Recommended Links | Donations

Fethard on Facebook | Fethard on YouTube







Community Lotto

Last updated
Monday 1st March 2010

Podcasts - Last Week's News - Forward Week's News
Gortnahoe & Glengoole - Killenaule - Mullinahone - Ballingarry


Search Query

Email Newsletters


Died Recently
Jack WallThe death has occurred on Thursday 25th February of Mr Jack Wall, Tullamaine, Fethard.

Removal from McCarthy's Funeral Parlour to Holy Trinity Parish Church Fethard, at 7pm on Sunday 28th February.

Funeral Mass at 11am on Monday 1st March followed by interment at Calvary Cemetery.


Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The numbers drawn on 24th February were: 1, 4, 8 and 17. We had no Jackpot winner and no ‘Match 3’ winner. The following drawn tickets received €50 each:
Open Door, Fethard Day Care Centre;
Eileen White, Drangan;
Selena Cummins, Hymenstown, New Inn, Cashel.

The three following Lucky Dip winners received €50 each:
Annette Quigley, Killenaule;
Richard O'Brien, Abbey Close, Fethard;
Mary McCormack, Kerry Street, Fethard.

Next week’s Jackpot continues at €10,000 and the Jackpot sellers prize is €1000.

Died recently
The death has occurred on Thursday 25th February of Mr Shay Ahessy, Killaloan Lodge, Waterford Road, Clonmel, Tipperary  Suddenly. Reposing at Killaloan Lodge today Friday from 4pm to 8pm. Leaving his home at 10am on Saturday, 27th February, for Funeral Mass at 11am in the Church of the Nativity, Cloneen. Burial immediately afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.The death has occurred on Thursday 25th February of Mr Shay Ahessy, Killaloan Lodge, Waterford Road, Clonmel, Tipperary

Suddenly. Reposing at Killaloan Lodge on Friday 26th February from 4pm to 8pm. Leaving his home at 10am on Saturday, 27th February, for Funeral Mass at 11am in the Church of the Nativity, Cloneen. Burial immediately afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.


Macra one-act-play for Abymill
Fethard Macra members photographed at rehearsal for their one-act-play, 'Till we meet again' which will be staged in the Abymill Theatre on Tuesday 16th March. Booking at 087 6882683. L to R: David Ryan, Michael Moclair, Leah McNamara, Anne Marie Kennedy, Una Shanahan, Noel Clancy and Anne Kennedy.
Fethard Macra members photographed at rehearsal for their one-act-play, 'Till we meet again' which will be staged in the Abymill Theatre on Tuesday 16th March. Booking at 087 6882683. L to R: David Ryan, Michael Moclair, Leah McNamara, Anne Marie Kennedy, Una Shanahan, Noel Clancy and Anne Kennedy.

Fethard Macra na Feirme are staging the one act play ‘Till We Meet Again’ by Colin and Mary Crowther in the Abymill Theatre on Tuesday, 16th March at 8pm. This play examines the question of what we would we do differently if we had the chance to live life over again?

Nearing death, the play's hero, John, revisits himself as a teenager, as a young man starting a career, as a disgruntled middle-aged husband and, in the final moments, as a newborn child and as the old man he'll never be. He is taken on this journey by his guardian angel in the guise of his old Nana. The play offers an insightful yet humorous account of the different paths life can take and of the mistakes we make along the way. It explores what has happened in the past and what might have been and what could have been if life had been lived differently.

The play’s cast features members of the ‘Fionn MacCumhaill Players’, Slievenamon Musical Society’ and ‘Cashel Pantomime Society’. The play is being directed and produced by Cork man Michael Manley. Michael has been directing plays for Macra clubs for many years. He directed the winning play ‘Sorry, Wrong Number’ for Clonakilty and was awarded Best Director at the Macra Drama National Final last year.

Cast is as follows: Noel Clancy (John); Una Shanahan (Nana); Michael Moclair (Young Man); Anne Marie Kennedy (Young Woman); Anne Kennedy (Sarah); Leah McNamara (Wife); and David Ryan (Old Man).
Tickets will be available on the door on the night and can also be booked by phone at: 087-6882683.

Moyglass group raise € 13,765 For Haiti Appeal
The Village Inn, Moyglass, raised a terrific €13,765 for UNICEF Ireland's Relief Fund for Haiti. Photographed above are the organisers Back L to R: Sean Tynan, Louise Ryan, Kenneth Browne, Seamus Tynan. Front L to R: Pat Morrissey, Matty Tynan and P.J. Ryan.
The Village Inn, Moyglass, raised a terrific €13,765 for UNICEF Ireland's Relief Fund for Haiti. Photographed above are the organisers Back L to R: Sean Tynan, Louise Ryan, Kenneth Browne, Seamus Tynan. Front L to R: Pat Morrissey, Matty Tynan and P.J. Ryan.


The sight of destruction, dead corpses, homeless children, horrific injuries and lack of basic items such as safe drinking water, food, and medical help led to the formation of a group of locals at the Village Inn, Moyglass, to start fundraising to alleviate suffering on the Caribbean island of Haiti following the massive earthquake of 12th January 2010. Haiti is one of the poorest countries on earth, with more than five people living in each room. The natural disaster led to horrific suffering, exacerbated by density of population and lack of basic necessities. It is estimated that 1.26 million children were affected by the earthquake.

The group set a target of around €1,000 with a table quiz and raffle chosen as the fundraiser. The ideas increased to a monster auction, requests for donations, head shaving and waxing. The generosity of people was tremendous with cash donations, items for auction ranging from pedigree calf, paintings, prints, fuel vouchers, Tipperary and Ireland jerseys, hampers, wine, car service, clothes vouchers, furniture and numerous other items received. It was simply overawing. The fundraisers are indebted and hugely appreciative of each and every person who helped to raise the outstanding final figure.

The huge attendance on the night at The Village Inn showed that the people of Moyglass and all areas of the county, despite the current recession, have a huge capacity to help those who are less fortunate in this world. The night generated such feeling of good will, that people present felt proud to be part of the experience. P.J Ryan had his head shaven by Helena Johnson, Sean Tynan and Pat Fennelly had their chests waxed by Jackie Lacy. Pat Morrissey proved a brilliant auctioneer and Kenneth Browne was outstanding as MC. Louise Ryan and Seamus Tynan excelled to generate donations and auction items. So many people helped that it is not possible to name everyone, but each and every person can feel very proud to have helped all those in need.

Fethard Ladies Football Club
Photographed at Fethard Ladies Football Medal Presentation Night at Butlers Bar are L to R: Sarah Smyth, Marion Harrington and Mia Treacy.
Photographed at Fethard Ladies Football Medal Presentation Night at Butlers Bar are L to R: Sarah Smyth, Marion Harrington and Mia Treacy.


A very enjoyable night was held in Butlers Bar last Friday night with the presentation of county medals to our victorious ladies junior football team. Thanks to Anne and Philip for a great night, to Brian Coen for presenting the medals and to Tommy Gahan for providing the music.

Training continues for all age groups on Saturday mornings from 11am to 12pm in GAA field. All new players welcome. All membership fees are now due and have to be paid before the 1st March.

Photographed at Fethard Ladies Football Medal Presentation Night at Butlers Bar are L to R: Emily Noonan, Jennifer Fogarty and Fiona Conway.
Photographed at Fethard Ladies Football Medal Presentation Night at Butlers Bar are L to R: Emily Noonan, Jennifer Fogarty and Fiona Conway.

Photographed at Fethard Ladies Football Medal Presentation Night at Butlers Bar are L to R: Edel Fitzgerald, Audrey Conway, Marie Holohan and Norah O'Meara.
Photographed at Fethard Ladies Football Medal Presentation Night at Butlers Bar are L to R: Edel Fitzgerald, Audrey Conway, Marie Holohan and Norah O'Meara.

Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The numbers drawn on 17th February were: 10, 12, 18 and 21. We had no Jackpot winner and three ‘Match 3’ winners who received €50 each: Rita Burke, Woodvale Walk, Fethard; Nicky O'Shea, Tullow; and Kitty O'Donnell, Slievenamon Close, Fethard.

The three following Lucky Dip winners received €50 each: Alfie Brett, Rocklow, Fethard; Arthur Daly, St. Patricks Place, Fethard; and Niamh Moroney, 13 Ard Alainn, Fethard.

Next week’s Jackpot continues at €10,000 and the Jackpot sellers prize is €1000.

‘Pray for us Sinners’
RTE who are producing a programme later in the year are to feature the new play by The Fionn Mac Cumhaill Players from Cloneen. The play is written by Tipperary man Paul Maher, formally of Fethard, and this play is sure to get people talking for many reasons and no doubt upset a few.
RTE who are producing a programme later in the year are to feature the new play by The Fionn Mac Cumhaill Players from Cloneen. The play is written by Tipperary man Paul Maher, formally of Fethard, and this play is sure to get people talking for many reasons and no doubt upset a few.

Set in 1986 in the days of moving statues and upheaval of Christian values, 'Pray for us Sinners' is the story of Joey Ryan, a young man of 22 who is confused by life around him. Why? Is he suffering from some illness perhaps or are the statues really moving? Are the voices he hears in his head real or is he making the whole thing up to avoid having to face up to life?

Joey lives with his recently widowed mam and younger sister and does all in his power to annoy and create upheaval in the household. Joey seems to blame himself for his fathers death — his father fell off a ladder that Joey was holding at the time.

Now a stranger is coming to stay — a fallen woman with a shady past — and also in the house for a week is a holy statue. Can Joey take the pressure, especially as many secrets from the past come to light.

The premiere of this production will open in The Watergate, Kilkenny, on Wednesday 10th March, Booking: 056 7761674; Tipperary Town 11th March; The Abymill, Fethard, 12th March, Booking: 087 2544229 and will go on to The Source Theatre, Thurles, on the 13th March, Booking: 0504 90204

Fethard and Killusty Community Council
A Church Gate Collection for Fethard & Killusty Community Council will take place on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th March. Your support would be very much appreciated.

The Annual General Meeting of Fethard & Killusty Community Council will take place on Tuesday 23rd March at 8.30pm in the Tirry Community Centre, Barrack Street. All are welcome.

Fethard Bridge Club
On February 17th we played the fourth and final round of the Player of the Year competition and the results were: 1st Gross, Alice Quinn and Berney Myles; 2nd Gross, Nell Broderick and David O’Meara; 1st Nett, Kay St. John and Rita Kane; and 2nd Nett, Nora Lawrence and Philly Kenny.

Next week, 3rd March, we are playing for prizes sponsored by FBD Investments.  Anyone looking for a partner contact Berney Myles at 6132038.

Stars in our bars
The Village Inn, Moyglass, will stage their heats of ‘Stars of our bars’ on Saturday nights during the month of March. The competition which has a total prize fund of €50,000 is sponsored by Smithwicks. The heats are open to all kinds of talent such as singers, comedians, dancers, musicians etc. First heat on Saturday 6th March, please contact ‘The Village Inn’ to enter.

Fethard & Killusty Anglers AGM
The Annual General Meeting of Fethard and Killusty Angling Club will take place on this Friday night, 26th February, in the Tirry Community Center at 8pm. Members only.

Fethard GAA News
Congratulations to Eoin Fitzgerald (Fethard) who played as a substitute in Clonmel High School’s victory in the Munster B Senior Colleges football final last Sunday The final score was Clonmel CBS 1-9, Middleton 0-5. Congratulations also to Aaron Conran (Fethard) who was on Tipperary Vocational School’s panel that beat Kilkenny in the All Ireland Vocational Schools Senior Hurling Final played in Thurles on Saturday evening. The final score was Tipperary Vocational Schools 2-14, Kilkenny 1-14.
The Lotto Jackpot €4,600 was not won. The numbers drawn were 11, 17, 18 and 24. We had two match three winners who received €75 each: Helen Crotty (Claremore, Fethard), and Dick Fitzgerald (St Patricks Place, Fethard). The €50 Lucky Dip was won by John Fitzgerald (Kiltinan, Fethard). Our thanks to Clonmel Oil for providing the tickets.

With the White Heathers
Drawing Coolagh Cemetery blank from their meet at Coolbawn Cross on Sunday last they moved to the fort at the cross which held a brace. Both foxes ran together down towards the river at St. Johnstown where they split and unfortunately so did the hounds. One lot ran up by the river and left to Blackmore’s where they lost him, the others hunting their fox back to Cooleagh. A fox from Aiden Kennedy’s was lost after a short run and one from the Waterfall quickly got to ground. The day however finished on a much brighter note with quite a good hunt from a fox found further up. Running up towards the Fethard – Killenaule Road Charlie seemed to be heading for the big plantation at Rathmoley. Swinging left-handed back towards The Glebe House he turned left again and ran back down to Smyth’s near where he was found. Turning right here hunting on well hounds ran to Blackmore’s on to Guiry’s to the fort at Coolbawn. From here they ran down to Bawnbrack where they lost him. This was a very good run with scarcely a check.

The Ballyluskey White Heather Harriers are currently promoting their Annual Draw. While the country may be in recession nevertheless, to comply with new health and safety regulations, Kennel maintenance expenses are ever increasing. Tickets for the draw are €2 each, or a book of three for €5. The White Heathers are confident that the support of supporters, friends and followers of this long established pack will be forthcoming this year, as always. Ballyluskey White Heather Harriers meet on Sunday next, February 28th, at Coolmoyne.

Your vote can help Fethard Youth
Fethard Youth Centre has been shortlisted as one of the local deserving projects for young people in contention for an award from AIB through the Better Ireland Programme. The Fethard branch will share out €10,000 between the three short listed projects with first place receiving €5,000, second place €3,000 and third place €2,000 that will be ranked in order by public votes cast over a four-week period from 15th February to the 15th March 2010.

We appeal to our local community to support Fethard Youth Centre by texting FETHARD A to 51303 (standard SMS rates apply) or vote online free at http://www.betterireland.ie/vote.html by selecting the Fethard Branch of AIB and then Fethard Youth Centre. You can vote once per day up to 15th March.

The award is part of AIB’s Better Ireland Programme which supports children with physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities, children affected by drug and alcohol abuse, homelessness or a lack of access to mainstream education due to poverty and children suffering from terminal and chronic illnesses.

Clodagh Blake sent us this lovely photograph of a very friendly fox that has resided in the Kilnockin hinterland for many years and has luckily survived the many hunts to date in the area.
Clodagh Blake sent us this lovely photograph of a very friendly fox that has resided in the Kilnockin hinterland for many years and has luckily survived the many hunts to date in the area.

Fethard Youth Centre
Things are beginning to get busy at Fethard Youth Centre. There are now three computer classes underway in the Internet Café, one on a Monday night, organised by Fethard Womens’ Group, and others on Tuesday nights and Wednesday mornings, organised by Fethard & Killusty Community Council, all in conjunction with South Tipperary VEC. It is anticipated that a variety of additional computer courses will be introduced in the coming months.

The Youth Centre itself opens weekly on Friday and Saturday nights from 8pm to 10pm. This facility operates as a drop-in centre for members aged from 13 to 19 years and is manned by adult volunteers. It is believed that Fethard Youth Centre is the only volunteer led and volunteer run youth centre in the country.

There are currently approximately eighty members affiliated to the centre and there are fifteen trained volunteers involved. New members and adult volunteers are very welcome to come along and get involved.

In the coming weeks a number of programmes are due to commence with the assistance of youth workers from Tipperary Regional Youth Services and staff from the multimedia department of Tipperary Institute. One of these activities is the establishment of a Junior Youth Club, for those aged from 10 to 14 years. This is aimed particularly at those in the senior classes of primary school to enable them to experience the many benefits of being involved in a youth club and also to encourage them to become familiar with the youth centre.

Questionnaires have been distributed to schools in Fethard and Killusty in recent weeks by Maura Carey, outreach worker with Tipperary Regional Youth Services. However, the Junior Youth Club will be open to all those in the 10 to 14 age range who live in the Fethard area and who might not attend schools in the Parish. If you are interested in getting involved in this project or if you have a son or daughter who might like to join, please contact Maura on 087 2860991.

A meeting will be held on Thursday 4th March at 8pm in Fethard Youth Centre to progress with this and other ideas. This meeting will be attended by existing adult volunteers and potential leaders for the Junior Youth Club, as identified by the questionnaires, and the CEO of Tipperary Regional Youth Services, Cora Horgan, and members of her staff. If you are interested in becoming involved, in any capacity, as an adult volunteer please feel free to come along to this meeting. There are exciting times ahead for the young people of Fethard, why not become involved and be part of it?

Fethard Rugby Club News
The U19s hosted Cashel and both teams offered up a closely contested game that was eventually won by Cashel when they ran in for the only try of the game in the last ten minutes.

In truth the Cashel team won the territorial game in the first half but the Fethard lads defended like demons and repulsed everything Cashel threw at them and engineered a few attacks of their own. The game was all-square at half time at nil all.

Fethard started the second half very strongly and played their best rugby and were awarded with a penalty which Ben Walsh converted to give Fethard the lead. Conor Kavanagh had a great game at scrum half for Fethard at both offense and defence but Adam O'Donnell was man of the match for his defensive work. His tackle count was exceptional. Other players to impress were Kieran Power, Mark Ronan, while Eoin O'Connell was exceptional at full back. Kevin Hayes and Colm Shanahan made some great line breaking runs with Kevin being denied a try on the five-yard line after a forty meter break. Cashel rucked up field after this and their backs broke and touched down for the match-winning try which was converted to leave the final score at 7-3.

Coolmore Lotto Syndicate win €103,500
(The Nationalist — 25th Feb 2010)
The Anglim's Yard Syndicate from Coolmore Stud were in great spirits when they collected their Lotto Plus 1 win worth €103,500 from the National Lottery offices in Dublin. Back L to R: Joe Martin, Tom Cummins, Michael Kennedy, Declan Fanning. Front L to R: David O'Meara, Eddie Croke, Liam Boland and Ian Gough.
The Anglim's Yard Syndicate from Coolmore Stud were in great spirits when they collected their Lotto Plus 1 win worth €103,500 from the National Lottery offices in Dublin. Back L to R: Joe Martin, Tom Cummins, Michael Kennedy, Declan Fanning. Front L to R: David O'Meara, Eddie Croke, Liam Boland and Ian Gough.

The Anglim's Yard Syndicate from Coolmore Stud, Fethard was in tip top form last Friday, as the eight lucky group members collected a sparkling Lotto Plus 1 win worth €103,500 at the National Lottery offices in Dublin. The group, who work together in Anglim's Yard in Coolmore Stud, matched five numbers plus the Bonus Number in the previous Saturday's Lotto Plus 1 draw, winning €100,000 worth of diamonds as well as the regular prize of €3,500.

"We're all absolutely thrilled," said Liam Boland, a member of the lucky group. "Our numbers certainly came up on the right night. To win €3,500 would have been great. To win €100,000 on top of that is a fantastic bonus." The group, who have been playing Lotto together for 10 years, opted to take the value of the diamonds €100,000 in cash and will share the win equally. Plans for the windfall include taking a holiday. They bought their lucky ticket in Wilson's, Kickham Street, Mullinahone.

The eight group members are Liam Boland, Eddie Croke, Michael Kennedy, Ian Goff, Tom Cummins, David O'Meara, Joe Martin and Declan Fanning, the recently appointed vice captain of the Tipperary senior hurling team. All Lotto and Lotto Plus players who matched five numbers plus the Bonus Number in the draws won diamonds worth €100,000, as well as the regular prize. In total, there were six winning tickets for this particular prize.

ARCHIVED
FETHARD
NEWS


22nd Feb 2010
15th Feb 2010
8th Feb 2010
1st Feb 2010
25th Jan 2010
18th Jan 2010
11th Jan 2010
4th Jan 2010
28th Dec 2009
21st Dec 2009
14th Dec 2009
7th Dec 2009
30th Nov 2009
23rd Nov 2009
16th Nov 2009
9th Nov 2009
2nd Nov 2009
26th Oct 2009
19th Oct 2009
12th Oct 2009
5th Oct 2009
28th Sep 2009
21st Sep 2009
14th Sep 2009
7th Sep 2009
31st Aug 2009
24th Aug 2009
17th Aug 2009
10th Aug 2009
3rd Aug 2009
27th Jul 2009
20th Jul 2009
13th Jul 2009
6th Jul 2009
29th Jun 2009
22nd Jun 2009
15th Jun 2009
8th Jun 2009
1st Jun 2009
25th May 2009
18th May 2009
11th May 2009
4th May 2009
27th Apr 2009
20th Apr 2009
13th Apr 2009
6th Apr 2009
30th Mar 2009
23rd Mar 2009
16th Mar 2009
9th Mar 2009
2nd Mar 2009
23rd Feb 2009
16th Feb 2009
9th Feb 2009
2nd Feb 2009
26th Jan 2009
19th Jan 2009
12th Jan 2009
5th Jan 2009
29th Dec 2008
22nd Dec 2008
15th Dec 2008
8th Dec 2008
1st Dec 2008
24th Nov 2008
17th Nov 2008
10th Nov 2008
3rd Nov 2008
27th Oct 2008
20th Oct 2008
13th Oct 2008
6th Oct 2008
29th Sep 2008
22nd Sep 2008
15th Sep 2008
8th Sep 2008
1st Sep 2008
25th Aug 2008
18th Aug 2008
11th Aug 2008
4th Aug 2008
28th Jul 2008
21st Jul 2008
14th Jul 2008
7th Jul 2008
30th Jun 2008
23rd Jun 2008
16th Jun 2008
9th Jun 2008
2nd Jun 2008
26th May 2008
19th May 2008
12th May 2008
5th May 2008
28th Apr 2008
21st Apr 2008
14th Apr 2008
7th Apr 2008
31st Mar 2008
24th Mar 2008
17th Mar 2008
10th Mar 2008
3rd Mar 2008
25th Feb 2008
18th Feb 2008
11th Feb 2008
4th Feb 2008
28th Jan 2008
21st Jan 2008
14th Jan 2008
7th Jan 2008
31st Dec 2007
24th Dec 2007
17th Dec 2007
10th Dec 2007
3rd Dec 2007
26th Nov 2007
19th Nov 2007
12th Nov 2007
5th Nov 2007
29th Oct 2007
22nd Oct 2007
15th Oct 2007
8th Oct 2007
1st Oct 2007
24th Sep 2007
17th Sep 2007
10th Sep 2007
3rd Sep 2007
27th Aug 2007
20th Aug 2007
13th Aug 2007
6th Aug 2007
30th Jul 2007
23rd Jul 2007
16th Jul 2007
9th Jul 2007
2nd Jul 2007
25th Jue 2007
18th Jun 2007
11th Jun 2007
4th Jun 2007
28th May 2007
21st May 2007
14th May 2007
7th May 2007
30th Apr 2007
23rd Apr 2007
16th Apr 2007
9th Apr 2007
2nd Apr 2007
26th Mar 2007
19th Mar 2007
12th Mar 2007
5th Mar 2007
26th Feb 2007
19th Feb 2007
12th Feb 2007
5th Feb 2007
29th Jan 2007
22nd Jan 2007
15th Jan 2007
8th Jan 2007
1st Jan 2007
25th Dec 2006
18th Dec 2006
11th Dec 2006
4th Dec 2006
27th Nov 2006
20th Nov 2006
13th Nov 2006
6th Nov 2006
30 Oct 2006
23 Oct 2006
16 Oct 2006
9 Oct 2006
2 Oct 2006
25 Sep 2006
18 Sep 2006
11 Sep 2006
4 Sep 2006
28 Aug 2006
21 Aug 2006
14 Aug 2006
7 Aug 2006
31 Jul 2006
24 Jul 2006
17 Jul 2006
10 Jul 2006
3 Jul 2006
26 Jun 2006
19 Jun 2006
12 Jun 2006
5 Jun 2006
29 May 2006
22 May 2006
15 May 2006
8 May 2006
1 May 2006
24 Apr 2006
17 Apr 2006
10 Apr 2006
3 Apr 2006
27 Mar 2006
20 Mar 2006
13 Mar 2006
6 Mar 2006
27 Feb 2006
20 Feb 2006
13 Feb 2006
6 Feb 2006
30 Jan 2006
23 Jan 2006
16 Jan 2006
9 Jan 2006
2 Jan 2006
26 Dec 2005
19 Dec 2005
12 Dec 2005
5 Dec 2005
28 Nov 2005
21 Nov 2005
14 Nov 2005
7 Nov 2005
31 Oct 2005
24 Oct 2005
17 Oct 2005
10 Oct 2005
3 Oct 2005
26 Sep 2005
19 Sep 2005
12 Sep 2005
5 Sep 2005
29 Aug 2005
22 Aug 2005
15 Aug 2005
8 Aug 2005
1 Aug 2005
25 Jul 2005
18 Jul 2005
11 Jul 2005
4 Jul 2005
27 Jun 2005
20 Jun 2005
13 Jun 2005
6 Jun 2005
30 May 2005
23 May 2005
16 May 2005
9 May 2005
2 May 2005
25 Apr 2005
18 Apr 2005
11 Apr 2005
4 Apr 2005
28 Mar 2005
21 Mar 2005
14 Mar 2005
7 Mar 2005
28 Feb 2005
21 Feb 2005
14 Feb 2005
7 Feb 2005
31 Jan 2005
24 Jan 2005
17 Jan 2005
10 Jan 2005
3 Jan 2005
27 Dec 2004
20 Dec 2004
13 Dec 2004
6 Dec 2004
29 Nov 2004
22 Nov 2004
15 Nov 2004
8 Nov 2004
1 Nov 2004
25 Oct 2004
18 Oct 2004
11 Oct 2004
4 Oct 2004
27 Sep 2004
20 Sep 2004
13 Sep 2004
6 Sep 2004
30 Aug 2004
19 Aug 2004
12 Aug 2004
9 Aug 2004
29 Jul 2004
20 Jul 2004
15 Jul 2004
5 Jul 2004
29 Jun 2004
22 Jun 2004
14 Jun 2004
7 Jun 2004
3 Jun 2004
29 May 2004
20 May 2004
14 May 2004
11 May 2004
6 May 2004
3 May 2004
26 Apr 2004
14 Apr 2004
5 Apr 2004
1 Apr 2004
29 Mar 2004
23 Mar 2004
14 Mar 2004
8 Mar 2004
4 Mar 2004
1 Mar 2004
23 Feb 2004
16 Feb 2004
9 Feb 2004
3 Feb 2004
29 Jan 2004
21 Jan 2004
11 Jan 2004
31 Dec 2003
20 Dec 2003
12 Dec 2003
1 Dec 2003
22 Nov 2003
17 Nov 2003
10 Nov 2003
5 Nov 2003
2 Nov 2003
27 Oct 2003
22 Oct 2003
13 Oct 2003
6 Oct 2003
29 Sep 2003
22 Sep 2003
14 Sep 2003
8 Sep 2003
1 Sep 2003
25 Aug 2003
19 Aug 2003
14 Aug 2003
11 Aug 2003
8 Aug 2003
30 Jul 2003
22 Jul 2003
14 Jul 2003
29 Jun 2003
22 Jun 2003
6 Jun 2003
4 Jun 2003
26 May 2003
19 May 2003
11 May 2003
7 May 2003
22 Apr 2003
14 Apr 2003
10 Apr 2003
7 Apr 2003
1 Apr 2003
24 Mar 2003
18 Mar 2003
7 Mar 2003
3 Mar 2003
10 Feb 2003
6 Feb 2003
29 Jan 2003
26 Jan 2003
15 Jan 2003
8 Jan 2003
5 Jan 2003
30 Dec 2002
20 Dec 2002
16 Dec 2002
13 Dec 2002
9 Dec 2002
3 Dec 2003
1 Dec 2002
24 Nov 2002
15 Nov 2002
11 Nov 2002
9 Nov 2002
4 Nov 2002
28 Oct 2002
21 Oct 2002
14 Oct 2002
7 Oct 2002
4 Oct 2002
30 Sep 2002
23 Sep 2002
16 Sep 2002
10 Sep 2002
6 Sep 2002
3 Sep 2002
26 Aug 2002
13 Aug 2002
8 Aug 2002
3 Aug 2002
26 Jul 2002
24 Jul 2002
15 Jul 2002
1 Jul 2002
25 Jun 2002


 

Read Last Week's News - Forward Week's News




This site is maintained by Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard, Co. Tipperary, Ireland.
By using this site you accept the conditions of our Disclaimer document which can be read by clicking below.

DISCLAIMER