Current News from Fethard and Killusty Co. Tipperary

Home | News | Lotto Draws | Local Information | Aerial Views | Photo Gallery | Emigrants' Newsletter
Podcasts | Historical Society | Development Plan | Recommended Links | Donations
| Phone Directory
Fethard on Facebook | Fethard on YouTube



Community Lotto

Search Query

Lotto Newsletter

If you like the FETHARD WEBSITE click below


 

Flash Floods hit Fethard
 On Monday, August 13, Fethard experienced its worst flooding in many years when, after heavy rainfall overnight, the Clashawley burst its banks and caused severe flooding in the Valley area. A wall opposite Glanbia Country Life store collapsed under the pressure and caused flooding on the Knockbrack Road. Houses at Abbeyville were also affected with some older residents claiming it was the worst flooding they could recall in Fethard since 1947. The most obvious flooding was by Fethard Town Wall where floodlighting was completely submerged. This was also the site of the Annual Medieval Festival which is due to take place next weekend. Coincidently, this time last year when the Festival was due to take place, there wasn’t a drop of water flowing in the Clashawley.
On Monday, August 13, Fethard experienced its worst flooding in many years when, after heavy rainfall overnight, the Clashawley burst its banks and caused severe flooding in the Valley area. A wall opposite Glanbia Country Life store collapsed under the pressure and caused flooding on the Knockbrack Road. Houses at Abbeyville were also affected with some older residents claiming it was the worst flooding they could recall in Fethard since 1947.

Jimmy Mullins helping with sandbags at Mocklers Terrace

The most obvious flooding was by Fethard Town Wall where floodlighting was completely submerged. This was also the site of the Annual Medieval Festival which is due to take place next weekend. Coincidently, this time last year when the Festival was due to take place, there wasn’t a drop of water flowing in the Clashawley.

Jimmy Mullins helping with sandbags at Mocklers Terrace

Killusty Pony Show to feature on RTE Nationwide
This year’s 50th Anniversary Killusty Pony Show will feature on RTE’s Nationwide programme on Friday, August 17. The 50th show, held on July 7, enjoyed fantastic weather and included a lot of extra events and displays to mark this special event. A ‘history tent’ told the show’s story in photographs since that first show was held in 1962. Many were intrigued to see so many familiar faces that had started their equestrian (and other) careers in the ring at Killusty. Local primary schools Art competition entries were also on display. The dog show was judged this year by Roz Purcell well-known local elegant model.

There will be another opportunity to see the display of photographs from the past Killusty Shows when they are put on display in Holy Trinity Church of Ireland on the Saturday and Sunday of Fethard Medieval Festival, this coming weekend.

Fethard Scouts back from Dublin Mountains
Fethard Scouts and Ventures photographed on Annual Camp at Larch Hill in the Dublin Mountains
Fethard Scouts and Ventures photographed on Annual Camp at Larch Hill in the Dublin Mountains

Fethard Scouts and Ventures spent nine days on Annual Camp at Larch Hill in the Dublin Mountains, from July, 14th to 22. The Cubs joined us on Wednesday, July 18, and stayed until Sunday, July 22.
We had a very full programme of events which kept everyone busy. The weather was reasonably good with just one very wet day for which we adjusted our programme and swopped our swim day for a visit to the National Aquatic Centre. We spent many happy hours there and it was hard to get them out! Other programme events were Zip Line, Crate Stacking, Grass Sleighs, Pioneering, Archery, Orienteering, Dublin Zoo, Museum at Collins Barracks, Woggle Branding, Camp Fire Sing Song, Buy own Food Day (on a budget), as well as the day to day running of Camp.

A big thank you to our leaders, Lofty Cloonan, Brendan Bailey, Rachel Hanlon, Michelle Hennebry, John Walsh, Denis Larkin, Anna Bailey and Margaret Phelan, all who did tremendous work and had great craic. Camps will not happen and cannot function without people like these. On behalf of our Ventures, Scouts and Cubs a 'bravo' thank you.
Finally a very special thanks to Owen Walsh of Walsh Coaches, Fethard. Owen gave us the use of one of his twenty-four seated buses for the entire duration of camp (free gratis) this was a huge saving on the overall cost of Camp. We are truly grateful for Owen's generosity.

Holy Year Cross Pilgrimage to Slievenamon
This year's pilgrimage to the Holy Year Cross on Slievenamon takes place on Sunday next, August 12. This year we are starting at the slightly earlier time of 12.45pm from the 'Hill Wall', with Rosary and Stations of the Cross on route. For those not taking part in the climb, Rosary and Stations of the Cross, will commence in O'Donnell's Field at 1.15pm, where the pilgrimage will also conclude with Mass as the procession returns from the Cross at 2.15pm approx. As we have avoided a clash with Tipp hurling we expect a good turnout, so again we ask people to arrive early and allow at least twenty minutes to walk from the car park to the 'Hill Wall'.

We appeal for prayers for fine weather and for a big turn out for this pilgrimage, in its 62nd year.

Extra events for 'Green / Barrack Street' reunion
Children on The Green in the 1960s. One of the many photographs on display at The Green & Barrack Street Reunion on Saturday 18th August. Back L to R: Marion McCormack, Una Sharpe, Margaret McCarthy, Tommy McCormack (front), Don McCarthy, Theresa McCarthy, Marian McCarthy. Front L to R: Valerie McCormack, Michael McCormack, Martin Healy and Michael McCarthy.
Children on The Green in the 1960s. One of the many photographs on display at The Green & Barrack Street Reunion on Saturday 18th August. Back L to R: Marion McCormack, Una Sharpe, Margaret McCarthy, Tommy McCormack (front), Don McCarthy, Theresa McCarthy, Marian McCarthy. Front L to R: Valerie McCormack, Michael McCormack, Martin Healy and Michael McCarthy.

The Green & Barrack Street Reunion will take place on Saturday night, 18th August at 9pm in the old Convent Hall. The evening will be informal and consist of buffet, refreshments and display of old photographs. Tickets for this event are €10 and price includes a copy of a booklet published in conjunction with the reunion, sponsored by Fethard & Killusty Community Council. For tickets contact Niamh Kenny, Centra, The Green. Tel: 086 1940016. All are more than welcome to come along and attend.

Informal Walk to revive memories
An informal 'Walk around The Green & Barrack Street' will take place in the afternoon to revive some memories of residents in the past. This will take place around 4.30pm and anyone is welcome to join in.

Mass for deceased residents of The Green and Barrack Street
Saturday night Mass, at 7.30pm in the Augustinian Abbey will also be offered for all deceased residents from The Green and Barrack Street. All are more that welcome to come along and remember those residents now past on.
The Green & Barrack Street Reunion will take place on Saturday night, 18th August at 9pm in the old Convent Hall. The evening will be informal and consist of buffet, refreshments and display of old photographs. Tickets for this event are €10 and price includes a copy of a booklet published in conjunction with the reunion, sponsored by Fethard & Killusty Community Council. For tickets contact Niamh Kenny, Centra, The Green. Tel: 086 1940016. All are more than welcome to come along and attend.  Informal Walk to revive memories An informal 'Walk around The Green & Barrack Street' will take place in the afternoon to revive some memories of residents in the past. This will take place around 4.30pm and anyone is welcome to join in.  Mass for deceased residents of The Green and Barrack Street Saturday night Mass, at 7.30pm in the Augustinian Abbey will also be offered for all deceased residents from The Green and Barrack Street. All are more that welcome to come along and remember those residents now past on.

Draíocht concert for Abymill this Friday
Fethard's Abymill Theatre will host another wonderful evening of enchanting music, song and dance, 'Draíocht', directed and choreographed by Michael Ryan on this Friday, August 10, at 8.30pm.
Experience the lyrical magic of traditional song, succumb to the mysterious melodies and wonder at the intricacies of the dance . . . at this show you can leave your cares behind as you enter the mystical experience of 'Draíocht'. Ticket Hotline 087 2975926

Senior Citizens Outing
Reminding all members of Fethard Senior Citizens' Club, that our August outing will take place on Tuesday, August 21. Bus departs from the Main Street at 1pm.

Tipp v Kilkenny Hurling Match on the Big Screen
Tipperary meet old rivals Kilkenny in Croke Park on the same day as Fethard's Festival, Sunday, August 19. There will be those who will want to be in two places at the one time and the new Youth Centre have partly solved the problem by showing the match on their big screen and in their mini-cinema on the day.

The 'state of the art' Youth Centre is beside the river at Madams Bridge, a five-minute walk from the centre of the site of Medieval Village in The Valley. Anyone who wants a supervised family friendly place to watch some of the match will really like the facilities in the Youth Centre.
Of course, the eight bars in town also have excellent viewing options and if it's a hot day you can even have a drink or two as well!

Proceeds of 'Music Extravaganza' reach €2,020
John and Roseanne Carroll, proprietors Lonergan's Bar, presenting a cheque for €2,020, proceeds of the recent 'Music Extravaganza', to John Ryan and Jack Kenny, representing the Tipperary Branch of the Irish Wheelchair Association.
John and Roseanne Carroll, proprietors Lonergan's Bar, presenting a cheque for €2,020, proceeds of the recent 'Music Extravaganza', to John Ryan and Jack Kenny, representing the Tipperary Branch of the Irish Wheelchair Association.

Fethard Ladies Football
The Under 10 girls enjoyed a great evening of football at the Clonmel Og blitz on Thursday August 2. Their skills have really come on this year, helped no doubt by the many more games they have played this year compared to last. The Under 14s had a very comfortable win over Slievenamon on Wednesday in the first round of their League competition.

The Junior Ladies travelled to Ballyporeen on Sunday, August 5, to secure their first win in their championship campaign. Although Ballyporeen had an under-strength side, it was great to get a win under the belt. The Minor team continue with their training program, and hope to have their first game in the League in the coming weeks. Please continue to make every effort to get to training on Wednesdays (with the Junior team) and Fridays.

The Gaelic4Mothers played against St. Pat's on Monday, July 30, in a game that was marked by the good spirit and fun with which the game was played. Many thanks to Andy O'Donovan, P.J. Aherne, Foxy Connolly and Robbie Manton for their help with the goals and flags; to the Rugby Club for giving us the use of the fine facilities at the Community Sportsfield; to Miceál McCormack for being the ref on the evening; to all who provided refreshments; and to the St. Pats team and all who came out to support.

Finally, the Ladies Football Club will hold a church gate collection this weekend (August 11 and 12) in Fethard and Killusty. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The lucky numbers drawn on August 1 were: 6, 16, 22 and 23. There was no Jackpot winner and one 'Match Three' winner of €150: Karl Cooke, Patricks Place, Fethard.

The three following 'Lucky Dip' winners also won €50 each: Tony McGarry, Barrack Street, Fethard; Bill O'Sullivan, Main Street, Fethard; and Ursula Lawrence, Woodvale Walk, Fethard.
The next Lotto draw will take place on August 8, and you can also purchase your lotto ticket in local shops or online at www.fethard.com. Buy seven weekly tickets online and get one free! Check on the Fethard website for lots of special offers. Next week's Jackpot commences at €3,550 and the Jackpot seller's prize is €355. All proceeds go towards community work in Fethard.

Fethard Medieval Festival Dog Show
Getting ready for the Festival Dog Show on Sunday, August 19, are L to R: Catherine Corcoran, Diana Stokes, Ian Meagher, Pat Culligan, Catherine Kearney and Richard Robinson (in front) with Rí, his Irish Wolfhound.
Getting ready for the Festival Dog Show on Sunday, August 19, are L to R: Catherine Corcoran, Diana Stokes, Ian Meagher, Pat Culligan, Catherine Kearney and Richard Robinson (in front) with Rí, his Irish Wolfhound.

The Festival Dog Show takes place again this year during the Medieval Festival on Sunday 19th, with sponsorship and support from Ian Meagher, Londis, and Killusty Pony Show.

The Dog Show has proved very popular in previous years - with young and old alike - so it is a great bit of family fun and with a competitive edge thrown in for good measure. So, if you want to boast that your dog is the fairest in the land, well then festival Sunday afternoon in the Valley Park is your chance to prove your point.

All the usual class prizes will be up for grabs again this year: (1) Best Large Dog, (2) Best Small Dog, (3) Dog You Would Like To Take Home, (4) Best Groomed Dog, (5) Best Tail Wagger, (6) Best Dog in Medieval Attire, and a new class has been added this year, (7) Best Dog of an Irish Native Breed.

Irish Native Breeds of Dog
Most Irish people are aware of the Irish Wolfhound and the two thousand year old story of Setanta and his killing of Cullan's hound with the hurley and sliotar and thus getting the 'nick-name' Cú Chulainn (The Hound of Cullan) - as he had to take the place of the guard dog that he had killed.

But there are many other native breeds of dog in Ireland. The Irish Kennel Club - the governing body for dog showing in Ireland – lists nine Irish Native Breeds: (1) Irish Glen of Imaal Terrier, (2) Irish Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, (3) Kerry Beagle (4) Kerry Blue, (5) Irish Terrier, (6) Irish Water Spaniel, (7) Irish Wolfhound, (8) Irish Red and White Setter and (9) Irish Setter. Anyone of the above breeds can take the special prize of 'Best Dog of an Irish Native Breed' and make history on the day.

This new class is in acknowledgement of the very long history of dog breeding in Ireland and reports from the Middle Ages often refer to the export of hunting dogs as being an important trade at that time. The old stories even mention Irish Wolfhounds being on the ship that took Patrick to safety, after his years of slavery in Ireland, all those centuries ago.

Still time to make your Medieval Costume
A noticeable feature of Fethard's medieval Festival, since it began in 2007, has been the year on year increase in the number of people who 'go medieval' for the day, with the result that Fethard's medieval festival is truly worthy of the name.

This has been true for both men and woman and it all makes for a very colourful spectacle. The truth is that the medieval attire worn by the ladies is very elegant indeed and men are really big boys at heart and love dressing up as 'knights in shining armour'!

Sewing Group
A local sewing group of Fethard ladies got together on Saturday, July 28, to cut out and sew up a number of Irish medieval 'Léine' to add to the store of medieval garb that is in the area. The eight people involved were Margaret Newport, Ann Horan, Mary Hanrahan, Noreen Allen, Ann Gleeson, Diana Stokes, Catherine O'Connell and Marie Moclair. If you were handy at the sewing and would like to get the basic pattern for such a simple Irish medieval garment you can phone Mary on 087 9009722 and it can be arranged.

Best Costume Competition
There is always the added bonus of winning the Best Costume Competition. There are three prizes for Adults and three for Children: Best Lady €25, Best Man €25, Most Original Group €50 and €20, €10 and €10 for Children. Further details on www.fethardfestival.com

Children's Art Competition
Many of the 'Humpty Dumpty on Fethard Town Wall' masterpieces are already completed but there is still time (up to Friday, August 17) for the children of the area to get their pencils and brushes out and create a possible winner in the art competition.

The organisers of the festival are delighted that they can offer nine very handsome cash prizes due to the great sponsorship of Tom Hennessy Spar in Fethard. There are three prizes in each of the three categories: (A) Under 8 Years, (B) 8-12 years and (C) 13-18 Years, so there is a good chance of being in the money!

The Rules
The rules of the competition are quite simple; a drawing (or even sculpture/art piece) of Humpty Dumpty on Fethard's Town Wall. Humpty can be on the wall, falling from the wall, broken-up on the ground or a combination of all three BUT the wall must look like Fethard's Town Wall. It can be any part of Fethard's wall; The Valley, North Gate, Barrack Field, Madam's Bridge area or even your own back garden if you are lucky enough to be living beside the wall. Maximum size for any drawing/picture is A3.

Closing date for entry is Friday, August 17, when the art piece should be handed into the Community Office in the Tirry Centre by 1pm. Make sure that the artist's name, age and address is attached to the entry and all entrees will be displayed for public viewing on Festival Sunday.

Humpty Dumpty in Town
As already announced, Humpty Dumpty himself will be in town for the festival and he and his artist wife will be on the Judging Panel for this competition so there can be no greater expert than the very man himself. Humpty will also present the prizes on the Sunday which should make for an unique photo opportunity for the lucky prize-winners. Further details on www.fethardfestival.com

French wine coming home to Fethard for Book Launch
French wine and Fethard were closely connected for over two hundred years and that connection is being aired again on Saturday, August 18, for the launch of the book 'Heraldic Memorials in Fethard' by Gerry Crotty.

Members of the Barton family, one of the very oldest and most prestigious families in the Bordeaux wine business, owned and lived in Grove House just outside Fethard from 1751 to 1955. It is a long story, but in brief, a Thomas Barton from Fermanagh went to Bordeaux in 1722, got very successful in the wine business and with his money bought Grove estate and other Fethard property from the Everards in 1751. The last Barton, Captain C.R. Barton, died in 1955 and the estate passed into the Ponsonby family who now reside there.

'Chateau Barton' Wine
The wine business in Bordeaux is now owned by Anthony Barton and his daughter Lilian, who manage the very highly regarded Chateau Leoville Barton and Chateau Langoa Barton estates. A group from the Fethard Historical Society visited the Barton vineyards in July 2000 and were warmly received there. The French Bartons have arranged that some bottles of their wine will be available on Saturday night, August 18, for the launch of Gerard Crotty's book in old Holy Trinity Church at 8pm. Memorials to members of the Barton Family can be seen in Holy Trinity Church and naturally they also feature in the book.

The Fethard Historical Society - who are hosting the launch - are delighted that the Barton story is returning to Fethard in the form of good French wine. Further details on www.fethardfestival.com

Everyone knows that Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall somewhere many years ago! Well now is the chance for the children of Fethard and area to put Humpty Dumpty sitting on the Fethard Town Wall as part of a children's art competition that will be judged during the upcoming Fethard Medieval Festival of the weekend of August 18 and 19, this year.  The art piece can be in any medium (i.e. etching, watercolour etc.), maximum size of A3 and the only stipulation is that Humpty is sitting on or falling off the Town Wall of Fethard. There will be three categories: (A) Under 8 years, (B) 8 to 12 years and (C) 13 to 18 years. Attractive prizes will be presented to the winners.   So, all budding artists should set to work immediately, as there is a fair chance that Mrs Humpty Dumpty herself will present the prizes during the Festival on Sunday 19. In fact, Humpty himself may be 'put back together again' for the day. More on this later!

Killusty Fancy Dress Results 2012
As usual at Killusty, The Fancy Dress Class deserves a result sheet of its own. so many people put a great deal of work into colourful outfits of every description that it is almost unfair to judge them. Judged they were and very ably by Gaye Mullen and the results are as follows and the trophies kindly presented by Jonathan O'Grady went to: 1st The Best Disco (Jessica Hincks and Laura Hincks); 2nd Viva Espana (Dessie, Tara, Isobel, Alexander and Nicholas Horsman); 3rd The Southeast Cowboy (Ned Kelly) Jasper, Freddie, Jed and Wallace.

Fred ffrench-Davis at the Killusty Pony Show Fancy Dress
Fred ffrench-Davis at the Killusty Pony Show Fancy Dress

Fundraising dance for Our Lady's Hospital Crumlin
Fundraising dance in aid of Our Lady's Hospital Crumlin will take place on Tuesday, September 4, in Cahir House Hotel. Doors open at 7.30pm and dancing from 8pm. The MC for the night is Owen Lonergan from Tipp FM.

Admission is only €20 for this great line up. Tickets from hotel or pay at door on the night, raffle also on the night. Include in the line up are: Lisa McHugh, Louise Morrissey, Nathan Carter, Dave Lawlor, Damien Bowe, Carrie & Leanne, Shaun Loughery, Crystal Swing, Davitts, Gary Gambell, Simon Peters, Vicky Kenny, Matt Leavy, Simon Casey, Paddy O'Brien, Gerry Guthrie, Johnny Brady, Nicky Keeley, Gloria, Thomas & Fhiona, Wee Amigos, Madcaps, Brian Lawlor, Lorraine McDonald and backing band Ryan Turner. Special Guest on the night is this year's 'Pride Of Tipperary', Aoife O'Meara.

Moyglass Family Day
Photographed at the at the Coolmoyne & Moyglass Family Day Dog Show are L to R: Anna Ryan, Paula Kelly, Sarah Delaney, Mary Delaney and Lillian Kelly with their dog 'Blossom'.
Photographed at the at the Coolmoyne & Moyglass Family Day Dog Show are L to R: Anna Ryan, Paula Kelly, Sarah Delaney, Mary Delaney and Lillian Kelly with their dog 'Blossom'.

Local lads enjoying the Coolmoyne & Moyglass Family Day
Local lads enjoying the Coolmoyne & Moyglass Family Day

John Spillane to play Crocanoir
After a short break, the next series of concerts at Crocanoir kicks off on Wednesday, August 22, with Cork born troubadour John Spillane. This will be John's first visit to Crocanoir and will be remembered locally for his fine performance at Fethard Medieval Festival 2010.

John Spillane is a musician, songwriter, performer, recording artist, storyteller, poet, dreamer. His music transports the listener; his live performance captivates the audience. In a world filled with strife and upheaval, a time-out with John Spillane is enough to ease the load a bit on anyone lucky enough to bask in his light. The man and his music are pure magic. If you are looking for a night of good 'craic', a John Spillane show should not be missed. Concert starts at 8.30pm and tickets are on sale now at (052) 9153117.

Community Games
Fethard and Killusty Community Games Committee would like to thank most sincerely all those who contributed to their church gate collection last weekend. Special thanks to the volunteers who very kindly assisted with the collection in both Fethard and Killusty. All financial aid is very much appreciated.

Best of luck to our two competitors Zoe Stokes, Ballybough and David Heffernan, Ballyvaden who will represent the area in Swimming and Athletics at the National Finals in Athlone.

ARCHIVED
FETHARD
NEWS


6th Aug 2012
30th Jul 2012
23rd Jul 2012
16th Jul 2012
9th Jul 2012
2nd Jul 2012
25th Jun 2012
18th Jun 2012
11th Jun 2012
4th Jun 2012
28th May 2012
21st May 2012
14th May 2012
7th May 2012
30th Apr 2012
23rd Apr 2012
16th Apr 2012
9th Apr 2012
2nd Apr 2012
26th Mar 2012
19th Mar 2012
12th Mar 2012
5th Mar 2012
27th Feb 2012
20th Feb 2012
13th Feb 2012
6th Feb 2012
30th Jan 2012
23rd Jan 2012
16th Jan 2012
9th Jan 2012
2nd Jan 2012
26th Dec 2011
19th Dec 2011
12th Dec 2011
5th Dec 2011
28th Nov 2011
21st Nov 2011
14th Nov 2011
7th Nov 2011
31st Oct 2011
24th Oct 2011
17th Oct 2011
10th Oct 2011
3rd Oct 2011
26th Sep 2011
19th Sep 2011
12th Sep 2011
5th Sep 2011
29th Aug 2011
22nd Aug 2011
15th Aug 2011
8th Aug 2011
1st Aug 2011
25th Jul 2011
18th Jul 2011
11th Jul 2011
4th Jul 2011
27th Jun 2011
20th Jun 2011
13th Jun 2011
6th Jun 2011
30th May 2011
23rd May 2011
16th May 2011
9th May 2011
2nd May 2011
25th Apr 2011
18th Apr 2011
11th Apr 2011
4th Apr 2011
28th Mar 2011
21st Mar 2011
14th Mar 2011
7th Mar 2011
28th Feb 2011
21st Feb 2011
14th Feb 2011
7th Feb 2011
31st Jan 2011
24th Jan 2011
17th Jan 2011
10th Jan 2011
3rd Jan 2011
27th Dec 2010
20th Dec 2010
13th Dec 2010
6th Dec 2010
29th Nov 2010
22nd Nov 2010
15th Nov 2010
8th Nov 2010
1st Nov 2010
25th Oct 2010
18th Oct 2010
11th Oct 2010
4th Oct 2010
27th Sep 2010
20th Sep 2010
13th Sep 2010
6th Sep 2010
30th Aug 2010
23rd Aug 2010
16th Aug 2010
9th Aug 2010
2nd Aug 2010
26th Jul 2010
19th Jul 2010
12th Jul 2010
5th Jul 2010
28th Jun 2010
21st Jun 2010
14th Jun 2010
7th Jun 2010
31st May 2010
24th May 2010
17th May 2010
10th May 2010
3rd May 2010
26th Apr 2010
19th Apr 2010
12th Apr 2010
5th Apr 2010
29th Mar 2010
22nd Mar 2010
15th Mar 2010
8th Mar 2010
1st Mar 2010
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 Jun 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