Current News from Fethard and Killusty Co. Tipperary

Home | News | Lotto Draw| Local Information | Aerial Views | Photo Gallery | Emigrants' Newsletter | Phone Directory
Podcasts | Historical Society | Development Plan | Recommended Links | Donations

Fethard on Facebook | Fethard on YouTube




Community Lotto

Search Query

Lotto Newsletter





 

Midsummer Merriment this weekend
Fethard Festival flags flying over the rooftops heralding the oncoming Fethard Medieval Festival starting this coming weekend, June 21 to June 22.
Fethard Festival flags flying over the rooftops heralding the oncoming Fethard Medieval Festival starting this coming weekend, June 21 to June 22.

Fethard will be en-fete this weekend for our annual Medieval Festival. Whatever you’re interested in we can guarantee you’ll find it in Fethard this weekend; country markets and cream teas, an art trail and walking tours, a midsummer barbecue, costumes, crafts and coin-striking, a treasure hunt, medieval re-enactments, circus-skills workshops, a children’s free ‘Fun Land’, duck races, dancing and much, much more.

The Festival is part of the national Irish Walled Towns celebration of our unique medieval heritage that takes place in walled towns throughout Ireland during the summer months.

Friday, June 20

Our weekend begins on Friday, June 20, with the launch by Róisín O’Grady, Heritage Officer, of the Grave Slab Project in Holy Trinity Church at 7pm. The Patrician Presentation TY students will present their project and there will be a brief lecture by Denise Maher M.A. on the Medieval Grave Slabs of Tipperary. Refreshments will be served.

Saturday, June 21

Saturday morning sees the Main Street come alive at 10.45am with the Fethard Country Market and other local markets in situ offering a great opportunity to sample the best of Tipperary produce. Marie Crean’s Patchwork Quilt Display in the Town Hall will be open from 10am.

Marie O'Hara, organiser of the Fethard Art and Craft Trail, photographed outside the 'Crafty Arts' Gallery with Peter Grant, Fethard Business and Tourism Group.
Marie O'Hara, organiser of the Fethard Art and Craft Trail, photographed outside the 'Crafty Arts' Gallery with Peter Grant, Fethard Business and Tourism Group.


The Art & Craft Trail, which is currently bringing the windows of the town to life with dazzling displays of local artisan crafts, is also well worth a look. A guide to the trail is available from their Crafty Arts Gallery on Main Street. Free Guided Tours of the Medieval Town will take place at 11am and 2pm from the Valley.

In afternoon there’s a treat for children, a Medieval Treasure Hunt that will start from the playground at 3pm. A fun-filled challenge available at a very reasonable €3.

A more serious challenge is available to active adults wishing to stretch themselves in the 5k Road Race from the Town hall at 7pm.
For music aficionados the wonderful Nuada will perform in Holy Trinity Church at 8pm offering a whistle-stop tour of 1,000 years of musical history (medieval, renaissance and contemporary) on a selection of amazing instruments including the lyre, the dulcimer and the hurdy-gurdy.

What better way to celebrate Midsummer than dancing the night away at the Midsummer Barbecue down in the Convent Hall? Good food, good music and good company from 9pm onwards. Tickets €15.

Pupils from Killusty National School with their shields ready for Fethard Medieval Festival on Sunday next, June 22.
Pupils from Killusty National School with their shields ready for Fethard Medieval Festival on Sunday next, June 22.


Sunday, June 20

The first event on Sunday, June 22, is the ‘Duck Race’ starting from the Clashawley at 11.45am under the careful stewardship of Bill O’Sullivan. You pick your duck and you take your chance!

The Medieval Parade, led by Nuada, featuring wolfhounds, Boggle street entertainers, re-enactors will leave from the Town Hall at 2pm. Everyone is invited to come along in Medieval costume and be in with a chance to win a prize – there are prizes for children, adults and the best group ensemble.

The parade finishes down in the Valley where the Medieval Village displays its attractions along the Town Wall: free children’s workshops facilitated by local artists, craft demonstrations, re-enactors, circus-skills workshops, music, coin-striking, calligraphy, archery and lots more. There will be games and quizzes, food stalls, ice-cream and teas.
The festival offers lots of child friendly options especially in the Kids Funland, organised by the Fethard Business & Tourism Group with local sponsorship, where all the activities are free.

Later in the afternoon the always popular Dog Show will take place at 3.30 pm. There are lots of categories with lots of prizes.

Holy Trinity Church of Ireland will also be open so people can come long and view the Grave Slab rubbings. The 3D Model of Fethard which has recently returned from its sojourn in the County Museum, will also be on display upstairs in the gallery. Someone will be there to explain the finer details of the model and to tell a little of the history of the town.

Fethard is definitely the place to be next weekend if you’re looking for interesting things to do. Come along and join us as we celebrate the wonderful heritage of our town.

Magical Musical Evening with Nuada
Music lovers in South Tipperary are in for a magical night of music on Friday, June 21, the longest day of the year. Nuada, consist of an international trio based in Ireland, who explore and play music from many parts of the world and from many eras of history. The concert will take place at 8pm in the atmospheric venue of Old Holy Trinity Church in Fethard which will be acoustically rigged out for the event.
It is being billed as a, ‘breath-taking whistle-stop tour through 1000 years of musical history - medieval, renaissance, contemporary – played on a dazzling variety of instruments.’

Music lovers in South Tipperary are in for a magical night of music on Saturday, June 21, the longest day of the year. Nuada, consist of an international trio based in Ireland, who explore and play music from many parts of the world and from many eras of history. The concert will take place at 8pm in the atmospheric venue of Old Holy Trinity Church in Fethard which will be acoustically rigged out for the event.
It is being billed as a, ‘breath-taking whistle-stop tour through 1000 years of musical history - medieval, renaissance, contemporary – played on a dazzling variety of instruments.’

The groups members are Mike Freeman, Sam Burke and Tania Opland who between them will play over a dozen, mostly unusual instruments, with Tania and Sam also supplying vocals. Some of the unusual instruments that will be featured include: bandara, lute, symphonie, lyre, bouzouki, dulcimer and the amazing ‘hurdy-gurdy’. Hurdy-gurdy is a word that we have all heard in normal conversation and now you can find out why the instrument has given its name to describe any happy boisterous occasion. Tania also plays a ‘double acarina’ which was made in her native Alaska.

The Nuada concert is being sponsored by the Fethard Medieval Festival, with finance from the Heritage Council, and all the tickets are therefore priced at only €10. Booking can be made by Tel: (052) 6131537 or at Premier Music in Clonmel (052) 6129811 for what should be a night to remember.

Fethard Medieval Festival, takes place from Friday, June 20, to Sunday, June 22. For more up to date invormation visit www.fethardfestival.com or Facebook Page

Killusty Pony Show
This year’s Killusty Pony Show will take place on Saturday, July 5. The closing date for fees and entries to the show is Friday, June 27. Show Schedule and Entry Forms are available from Pat Culligan, The Valley, Fethard, Tel: 087 9451810 - DOWNLOAD ENTRY FORM - DOWNLOAD SCHEDULE 1 - DOWNLOAD SCHEDULE 2

Alan is winner of the Sports Achievement Award
Alan O'Connor (centre) winner of the Fethard Sports Achievement Award for May receiving his award from special guest, former Tipperary hurler and selector, Jack Bergin (right). Also included is Paul Kavanagh, this month's sponsor.
Alan O'Connor (centre) winner of the Fethard Sports Achievement Award for May receiving his award from special guest, former Tipperary hurler and selector, Jack Bergin (right). Also included is Paul Kavanagh, this month's sponsor.

Congratulation to Alan O’Connor who was chosen as the May winner of the Fethard Sports Achievement Awards run by Butler’s Bar. Alan is the captain of the Fethard J2 Rugby team who recently won the Evan’s Cup, the first adult trophy won by the club since reforming on September 27, 2001. Since then the club has grown from strength to strength at junior level and in recent years making similar progress at J2 level.

This month’s award, sponsored by Paul Kavanagh, was presented by sporting personality guest, Jack Bergin, former Tipperary senior hurler and team selector. Nominations for the June award are now invited.
Former Tipperary hurler and selector, Jack Bergin, photographed with some of the nominees for the Fethard Sports Achievement Award for May L to R: Benny Morrissey, Chris Coen, Rita Kenny representing Holy Trinity National School, Jack Bergin, Alan O'Connor and Tommy Anglim.

Former Tipperary hurler and selector, Jack Bergin, photographed with some of the nominees for the Fethard Sports Achievement Award for May L to R: Benny Morrissey, Chris Coen, Rita Kenny representing Holy Trinity National School, Jack Bergin, Alan O'Connor and Tommy Anglim.


Members of the Anglim family photographed at the Fethard Sports Achievement Awards for May presentation in Butler's Bar. L to R: Geraldine Meagher, Lisa Anglim, Jean Anglim, Tommy Anglim and Finola Anglim.
Members of the Anglim family photographed at the Fethard Sports Achievement Awards for May presentation in Butler's Bar. L to R: Geraldine Meagher, Lisa Anglim, Jean Anglim, Tommy Anglim and Finola Anglim.


Photographed at the Fethard Sports Achievement Awards for May are L to R: Michael Sheehan and Frank O'Donovan.
Photographed at the Fethard Sports Achievement Awards for May are L to R: Michael Sheehan and Frank O'Donovan.

Athletic Club’s 'Mid-Summer Ramble'
Fethard athletic club's next event is their 'Mid-Summer Ramble', a 5km fun run/walk which takes place on Saturday evening, June 21, in aid of a local cancer fund. This non-competitive event is mainly aimed at fun runners / walkers and raising much needed funds for a great cause.

Training continues each Monday and Friday at 7.15pm, meeting at the ballroom carpark. See our Facebook page also for extra meet-up sessions that are being organised each week to suit people with different schedules.

Lourdes Sponsored Walk
Fr. Morty O'Shea, who is currently assisting on relief in Fethard Parish, photographed with some of the local ladies taking part in the Lourdes Sponsored Walk
Fr. Morty O'Shea, who is currently assisting on relief in Fethard Parish, photographed with some of the local ladies taking part in the Lourdes Sponsored Walk

A big thank you to all who participated in the Lourdes Sponsored Walk on Sunday, May 18. Also thanks to all the very generous sponsors. The annual Cashel and Emly Diocesan Pilgrimage will take place from June 16 to June 21. A group of pilgrims, assisted pilgrims, youth helpers and adult helpers from the parish will travel and hopefully the weather will be a big improvement on 2013.

L to R: Lisa Laaksenon and Mary O'Flynn taking part in the Lourdes Sponsored Walk
L to R: Lisa Laaksenon and Mary O'Flynn taking part in the Lourdes Sponsored Walk.

Convent Community Hall
Fethard Convent Community Hall is available to hire for an hourly rate for birthday parties, family gatherings, all social occasions, evening classes or other events that you might like to host. For more information contact Joan O’Donohoe at the Community Office Tel: (052) 6131000 or Pamela Sweeney Tel: 086 8743752 (evenings).

Community Games
Sean Moroney and Anna Collier winners of bronze medals at the county finals of the community games handwriting competion.
Sean Moroney and Anna Collier winners of bronze medals at the county finals of the community games handwriting competion.

Congratulations to Dara O’Meara, Killusty, winner of a gold medal in the county finals of the under-10 boys handwriting event in Moneygall on Saturday last. Well done also to Anna Collier and Sean Moroney who both won bronze medals in their respective events. This is a great achievement by our competitors who are also members of our football teams who did so well during the past few weeks. They are as good with their hands as they are with their feet.

Dara will now join our list of competitors who will represent Tipperary at the National Finals in August. We have high hopes that this list will be extended further after the County Athletics finals in Templemore on June 22 and the Munster finals in U.L. on July 5 when our under-12 girls football team, who put in such a fine performance to retain their county title in Semple Stadium last week, will play the winners of Waterford v Clare in the semifinal.

Team members are: Nell Spillane (captain), Kelly Ryan, Ellie Devaney, Aine Ryan, Laura Harrington, Alison Connolly, Kaylin O’Donnell, Eimear O’Sullivan, Emma Lyons, Ava Ward, Hayley Ryan, Lily O’Mahony, Heather Spillane, Nicole Delaney, Aoife Morrissey, Jess Gleeson. Team managers are Micheál Spillane, Willie Morrissey and Annette Connolly. These girls played a super game against Templemore in a most exciting final which they ended up winning on a score of 1-5 to 2-1. Scorers were Ellie Devaney 1-3, Aine Ryan 0-1 Alison Connolly 0-1.

Fethard Ladies Football
Our Junior ladies played out a nail biting county Junior B League final recently against Gortnahoe in Fethard. Fethard started the stronger and found their scoring boots early on and were quickly 3 points up. Gortnahoe, following 2 un-answered points went ahead with a well-taken penalty. However, their lead was short-lived as Fethard replied with a goal. After swapping points midway through the half the Fethard ladies took control and raced into a 7 point which they held till half time.

The 2nd half started in the same vein with Fethard dominant. Gortnahoe soon reduced the deficit to 2 following a point and 2 quick fire goals. Fethard advanced again and scored a goal leaving 5 points between the sides. Again Gortnahoe came back and reduced the deficit to 1 point. The defining moment came with only minutes remaining as a Fethard attack was halted by a foul and the subsequent penalty was duly dispatched to the net. With their opponents now chasing the game the Fethard forwards added 2 more points to run out 6 point winners. The ladies put in a huge effort thus far and reaped their rewards with this win. Final score was Fethard 3-14 Gortnahoe 4-5. Congrats Ladies and management and best of luck in the future.

Fethard and Killusty under 12 girls football team who retained their county title at the community games finals in semple stadium with a one point victory over Templemore. Back L to R: Ellie Devaney, Lily O’Mahony, Heather Spillane, Kelly Ryan, Nicole Delaney, Aoife Morrissey, Jess Gleeson, Aine Ryan. Front L to R: Laura Harrington, Alison Connolly, Kaylin O’Donnell, Nell Spillane (captain) Eimear O’Sullivan, Emma Lyons, Ava Ward and Hayley Ryan
Fethard and Killusty under 12 girls football team who retained their county title at the community games finals in semple stadium with a one point victory over Templemore. Back L to R: Ellie Devaney, Lily O’Mahony, Heather Spillane, Kelly Ryan, Nicole Delaney, Aoife Morrissey, Jess Gleeson, Aine Ryan. Front L to R: Laura Harrington, Alison Connolly, Kaylin O’Donnell, Nell Spillane (captain) Eimear O’Sullivan, Emma Lyons, Ava Ward and Hayley Ryan


On bank holiday Monday we had two teams playing in their respective county finals, both against opposition from Templemore. First up was our U12 community games team who had a single point victory and now look forward to contesting the Munster finals in July.

Our U14s played their game against Templemore in Littleton. Sticking to their task, the girls were fortunate to only trail by 2 points after scoring a late first half goal. The second half was very different, with the girls got over their nerves and settled quickly.

They dominated their opponents taking some fantastic scores and held Templemore scoreless. At the final whistle following an 11-point swing, Fethard claimed their second title of the day.

The club would like to thank all the players, mentors, families and friends for their support on the day. We would also like to thank Peggy Colville of the Community Games, ‘Sparky’, John and Roseanne Carroll for the food, refreshments and fun after the games.

Married Recently
Married on June 1, 2014, in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard , were Nicola Kennedy, Cois Falla, Fethard, and Shane Nugent, Honeyview, Clonmel.
Married on June 1, 2014, in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard , were Nicola Kennedy, Cois Falla, Fethard, and Shane Nugent, Honeyview, Clonmel.

Community Lotto Jackpot now €10,000
The numbers drawn on June 4 were: 1, 14, 19 and 30. We had no jackpot winner and no ‘Match Three’ winner so the following drawn tickets received €50: John Ryan, St. Patrick's Place, Fethard; Joe Kenny, Rocklow Rd, Fethard; and Frank Barrett, c/o Tom Purcell.
The three following ‘Lucky Dip’ winners received €50 each: Michael Russell, c/o Seamus Moloney; Tom Kearney, Killusty; and Teresa Fenlon, Crampscastle.

Remember you can purchase your lotto ticket online at fethard.com. Buy seven weekly tickets and get one free! Check on the website for lots of special offers. Next week’s draw takes place on Wednesday, June 11. The Jackpot is €10,000 and the Jackpot seller’s prize is €1,000. All proceeds go towards community work in Fethard.

Fethard GAA Sports Lotto
The numbers drawn last week were 5, 7, 12 and 24 and there was no jackpot winner and two match three winners who received €75 each: Philip Butler, Main Street, and Nancy Ryan, Tullamaine.
The €50 Lucky Dip winner was Esther Breen, Barrack Street. Next week’s Jackpot is €4,900 and the draw will take place in Fethard GAA Park on Friday, June 13, at 7pm. All are welcome. Thanking you for your continued support.

Exceptional Piano Students
Pictured are Fethard piano students nominated to perform at the 2014 Leinster School of Music and Drama Excellence Awards Competition. L to R: Hannah Sheehy, Katie McCarthy, Laura O’Donnell,  Sadhbh Morrissey and Chloe Carey O’Donovan with their piano teacher Stuart Clooney
Pictured are Fethard piano students nominated to perform at the 2014 Leinster School of Music and Drama Excellence Awards Competition. L to R: Hannah Sheehy, Katie McCarthy, Laura O’Donnell, Sadhbh Morrissey and Chloe Carey O’Donovan with their piano teacher Stuart Clooney

Congratulations to all piano students, taught by local Fethard piano teacher Stuart Clooney, who were examined in the Leinster school of Music 2014 piano exams held in Fethard. With exceptional results achieved, the students did themselves and their teacher proud. Very impressive in particular was the group of young beginners some as young as seven, and some of whom only started lessons in January 2014, who received their first piano certificate. Medals were duly awarded to Laura O’Donnell, Keith Morrissey, Eoin Murphy, Katie McCarthy, Kaylin O’Donnell and Hannah Sheehy who obtained results of over ninety-five per cent.

There is success again for Fethard this year with the representation of Stuart’s students competing in the prestigious annual National Excellence Awards Competition held in Griffith College Dublin every July. Six students have been nominated by the examiners to take part, Katie McCarthy, Hannah Sheehy, Laura O’Donnell, Sadhbh Morrissey, Chloe Carey O’Donovan and Keith Morrissey. Congratulations and best of luck to the students. For further information please contact Stuart and Maura Clooney, Cashel Road, Fethard on (052) 6132567

Build up to Fethard Festival
The build up to the 2014 Medieval Festival, taking place from Friday, June 20, to Sunday, June 22, continues. Training and educational workshops for children of the area are now taking place for both secondary school and primary schools of the immediate area.
The build up to the 2014 Medieval Festival, taking place from Friday, June 20, to Sunday, June 22, continues. Training and educational workshops for children of the area are now taking place for both secondary school and primary schools of the immediate area.

The Holy Trinity Grave Slab project by the Transition Year students of Presentation Patrician Secondary School is being prepared for display and hanging in the church for its formal launch on at 7pm on Friday, June 20.

The Shield and Art workshops, conducted by local artist Patricia Looby in the primary schools, is now beginning and the children’s artistic creations always form a colourful spectacle at the parade on Festival Sunday.

Guided historical tours for school pupils
This year the Fethard Historical Society are also organising Guided Historical Tours of the medieval town for the more senior classes in both Fethard and Killusty primary schools. The Heritage Council, main funders of the Medieval Walled Town Festival, put a huge emphasis on the educational and awareness raising aspect of the festival programme. Guided tours for the general public will take place as part of the festival on Saturday, June 21, at 11am and 2pm, starting from the footbridge in The Valley.
There may still be time for newcomers to get some training with the Rathkenny Re-enactor group by calling 086 3502360. For the past seven years Colm McGrath and his ‘merry men and women’ have been central to the medieval atmosphere of both the Sunday parade and the ensuing ‘pop-up’ village by the Clashawley.

Midsummers Night Concert & Barbecue on Saturday, June 21
The concert of Medieval Music by group NUADA, who play an amazing array of musical instruments and styles, will take place in old Holy Trinity church at 8pm on Saturday, June 21, the longest day of the year. Those interested in early booking for this unique event can contact 052 6131537 and tickets, subsidised by the Medieval Festival, are only costing €10. On the same evening, to live the longest day to the full, the Fethard Business and Tourism Group are holding a midsummer’s night Barbeque in the precinct of the Convent Community Hall and this will be a great opportunity for the whole community to come together on this very special night of the year.

Community Text Alert Meeting
A follow up meeting to commence with the proposed local Community Text Alert Scheme will be held in the Tirry Centre at 8.30pm on Tuesday, June 17, in conjunction with Muintir na Tire and An Garda Síochána.

To start the scheme in Fethard and surrounding hinterland, a number of volunteers will be needed to visit and distribute forms to every house in our designated geographic area. Every household will need to be asked if they want to get involved and a steering committee of twenty to twenty-five people will be required to undertake this initial task. A small management sub-committee, called the Community Alert Group, will be then agreed to manage the scheme.

If you are interested in getting involved please leave your name and number (mobile where possible) with the Community Office in Fethard, Tel: 052 6131000.

Fethard Art & Craft Walk 2014
Fethard Town will host an ‘Art & Craft Walk’ from June 3 to August 30, when art and crafts will be displayed in various shop windows in our medieval town. For your pleasure come along and enjoy a visual example of our specialties including Paintings, Ironwork, Silversmith Design, Wood craft, Jewellery, Photography, Hurley Design, Quilt and Cane Work, Card Designs, Get Real Recipes within a 52 card design. You can also take a stroll of our medieval town while you visit. For further information contact: 087 7539230.

Fethard Model back on display

3D Model of 17th century medieval Fethard

The 3D Model of Medieval Fethard will be on display in Holy Trinity Church of Ireland for Fethard’s Medieval Festival Weekend, June 20 to June 22. The model was made by students from Transition Year (2012-13) attending Patrician Presentation Secondary School, and has been on display in the County Museum in Clonmel for several months as part of its exhibition which featured 81 gold coins from Carrick-on-Suir, which also date from the 17th century.

The model was unveiled last year as part of the ‘Bring them Home’ festival organised by Fethard Business and Tourism group and also marked the launch of the Fethard Historical Society’s Medieval Town Trail brochure, on which the model is based. The map on the trail shows Fethard as it might have looked in the 17th century, and was drawn by archaeological illustrator Dan Tietzsch-Tyler. Michael Costello, a former past pupil of the school and an Architectural Technician gave his time and expertise to ensure that the students knew how to scale and present the buildings accurately. The Model was made in the Art Class, with funding from South Tipperary County Council, Irish Walled Towns Network festival fund and Fethard Historical Society.

Articles for Emigrants’ Newsletter
We are now inviting submissions of articles and photographs for inclusion in this year’s Emigrants’ Newsletter which will be published in November this year. Articles or photographs can be submitted to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard, or by email to newsletter@fethard.com

Fethard News
Items for inclusion on the weekly Fethard News page on The Nationalist can be emailed before noon on Mondays to news@fethard.com or delivered by hand to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard.

 

 


ARCHIVED
FETHARD
NEWS


9th June 2014
2nd June 2014
26th May 2014
19th May 2014
12th May 2014
5th May 2014
28th Apr 2014
21st Apr 2014
14th Apr 2014
7th Apr 2014
31st Mar 2014
24th Mar 2014
17th Mar 2014
10th Mar 2014
3rd Mar 2014
24th Feb 2014
17th Feb 2014
10th Feb 2014
3rd Feb 2014
27th Jan 2014
20th Jan 2014
13th Jan 2014
6th Jan 2014
30th Dec 2013
23rd Dec 2013
16th Dec 2013
9th Dec 2013
2nd Dec 2013
25th Nov 2013
18th Nov 2013
11th Nov 2013
4th Nov 2013
28th Oct 2013
21st Oct 2013
14th Oct 2013
7th Oct 2013
30th Sep 2013
23rd Sep 2013
16th Sep 2013
9th Sep 2013
2nd Sep 2013
26th Aug 2013
19th Aug 2013
12th Aug 2013
5th Aug 2013
29th Jul 2013
22nd Jul 2013
15th Jul 2013
8th Jul 2013
1st Jul 2013
24th Jun 2013
17th Jun 2013
10th Jun 2013
3rd Jun 2013
27th May 2013
20th May 2013
13th May 2013
6th May 2013
29th Apr 2013
22nd Apr 2013
15th Apr 2013
8th Apr 2013
1st Apr 2013
25th Mar 2013
18th Mar 2013
11th Mar 2013
4th Mar 2013
25th Feb 2013
18th Feb 2013
11th Feb 2013
4th Feb 2013
28th Jan 2013
21st Jan 2013
14th Jan 2013
7th Jan 2013
31st Dec 2012
24th Dec 2012
17th Dec 2012
10th Dec 2012
3rd Dec 2012
26th Nov 2012
19th Nov 2012
12th Nov 2012
5th Nov 2012
29th Oct 2012
22nd Oct 2012
15th Oct 2012
8th Oct 2012
1st Oct 2012
24th Sep 2012
17th Sep 2012
10th Sep 2012
3rd Sep 2012
27th Aug 2012
20th Aug 2012
13th Aug 2012
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