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Monday, September 21, 2020


 


 

Died in Cambodia
The death has occurred of Pat Fitzgerald, Phnom Penh, Cambodia , and formerly St. Patrick's Place, Fethard. Pat is the son of the late Dick Fitzgerald and and the late Lily Fitzgerald (née Maher), St. Patrick's Place, Fethard. The death has occurred on Sunday, September 20, 2020, of Pat Fitzgerald, aged 58, Phnom Penh, Cambodia and formerly St. Patrick's Place, Fethard, and Holycross, Thurles. Pat is a son of the late Dick Fitzgerald and and the late Lily Fitzgerald (née Maher), St. Patrick's Place, Fethard.

Deeply regretted by his wife Rosie, daughter Eileen, brother Stephen, sisters Geraldine and Colette, grandson Ryan, uncles and aunts Biddy, Michael, Olly, Jimmy, Mary and Tony; nieces, nephews, extended family, relatives and friends. Message of condolence can be left for the family online by CLICKING HERE. May He rest in Peace. Funeral arrangements later.

'Mr Fox' at the Fethard Horse Country Experience
Tipperary artist, Lyn Kirkham of Greenmantle Arts has installed her piece Mr Fox at the Fethard Horse Country Experience. The sculpture of steel plates, has been cold worked by hand and welded to form a beautifully lifelike and unique piece. Lyn and Greenmantle have previously worked in Fethard with local schools. Her art will be familiar to the community as she designed and installed a willow piece with local school children by the Clashawley River below Madam’s Bridge.
Tipperary artist, Lyn Kirkham of Greenmantle Arts has installed her piece Mr Fox at the Fethard Horse Country Experience. The sculpture of steel plates, has been cold worked by hand and welded to form a beautifully lifelike and unique piece. Lyn and Greenmantle have previously worked in Fethard with local schools. Her art will be familiar to the community as she designed and installed a willow piece with local school children by the Clashawley River below Madam’s Bridge.

'Big Picture' – Fethard’s Renovated Town Hall in 1956 ?

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Fethard’s Renovated Town Hall re-opened in 1956

Gala Official Opening Dance of Fethard Town Hall on Sunday, January 22, 1956, organised by Fethard Badminton Club. Music supplied by Twilight Serenaders with Admission 6s with Bar and Refreshments. Dancing from 9pm to 3am.

The Hall was officially opened by the County Secretary, Mr. P.J. Purcell, who stood in for the County Manager, Mr. J.P. Flynn, who was unable to attend. The refurbishment of the Hall was undertaken by the County Council in February 1953, at an estimated total cost of £1,960, which included the addition of a lady’s toilet and an emergency exit.

Ireland's 'Five Level Alert System' from September 16
The Goverment’s new Five Level Alert System, introduced on Wednesday, September 16, 2020, is explained simply in this graphic published on The Irish Times front page of the same date. The various counties in Ireland are all starting at Level 2 and will be reviewd later this week.The Goverment’s new Five Level Alert System, introduced on Wednesday, September 16, 2020, is explained simply in this graphic published on The Irish Times front page of the same date. The various counties in Ireland are all starting at Level 2 and will be reviewd later this week.

John Fogarty remembers the 1984 'Munster Hurling Final'
As time is fast approaching for this year's Fethard & Killusty Emigrants' Newsletter to be published, we bring your attention to one of our regular contributors, John Fogarty, and his recent article, 'Those Famine Days' – Published in ‘Ireland’s Own’ magazine August 2020.

John Fogarty remembers the 'Munster Hurling Final'
As time is fast approaching for this year's Fethard & Killusty Emigrants' Newsletter to be published, we bring to your attention to one of our regular contributors, John Fogarty, and his recent article, 'Those Famine Days' – Published in ‘Ireland’s Own’ magazine August 2020.

"The Munster Hurling final, staged every summer in early July, didn't take place this year. Yet. It is possibly the greatest and most storied event in Irish sport. And clashes between Cork and Tipperary produced some of the greatest hurling games ever played. None more so than the Munster final of 1984. Sadly, so far this year there has been no inter-county hurling at all. So, in this story I have tried to recapture the atmosphere, the excitement, the hope, the crushing disappointment, around that game in 1984, as seen through the eyes of a young boy, when Tipp tried to end the 'famine' that the county had endured since the early 1970s."

To read the full article you can visit John's very entertaining Blog Page by CLICKING HERE where you will also find many other interesting articles relating to Fethard.

Fethard Rugby Club up and running as training resumes
Fethard Rugby Club up and running as training resumes

Boys training commenced on Friday night last, September 11, under strict IRFU Covid protocol. It was great to see good numbers attending, starting with mini boys, U13s and U14s training at 6.45pm; the U16s trained at 8pm; our U18s will commence training on next Friday, September 18 at 8pm.

New members are always welcome, so why not get involved with this vibrant young club where your child will be coached by experienced coaches in a safe and friendly atmosphere. Members will also make many new friends from surrounding parishes and learn the skills of this fantastic game, which will stand to them for the rest of their life.
Fethard Club players join from parishes that include Ballingarry, Commons, Mullinahone, Gortnahoe / Glengoole, Killenaule, Moyglass, Coolmoyne, Lisronagh, Ballypatrick, Ballinure and Ballynonty to name but a few, so why not come along and get involved.  For further information please contact: Tel: 086 8388205.

Fethard Rugby Club up and running as training resumes

Fethard Seniors season up and running
Fethard Seniors got their season up and running with a great Garryowen Cup game played in Thurles on Saturday night. It was a strange atmosphere under the strict Covid protocol, which insured the safety of all present.

Fethard were first on the score sheet when Josef O’Connor landed a long-range penalty after some great work by Ned Grogan, Sean Phelan and David Morgan. The game was very evenly contested with the Fethard backs slightly on top with the new centre partnership of Conor Kavanagh and Oliver Pearson keeping the Thurles defence on their toes.

At half time Fethard led by 3-0. Kieran Power and Liam McEniry both put in massive performances in the back row and when Liam got in over a Thurles player, a penalty was awarded, which Josef landed.
Fethard pilled on the pressure, and some great play by Charlie Pearson and Kevin Hayes saw Jack Kealy break the defence only to be stopped on the line. To be fair, Thurles also had a purple patch, and were eventually awarded a try which was converted, giving them a one-point lead with 10 minutes to go.

Fethard did get over the line but were held up and then a long-range penalty shaved the post to leave the final score 7-6 to Thurles. Fethard can take a lot from this game and the team will surely improve immensely as the season moves on.

Training continues on Wednesday and Friday evenings and new players always welcome. For further information please contact Tel: 086 8388205.

GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Friday, September 11, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 12, 14, 20 and 25. There was no jackpot winner and no ‘match three’ winner. One Lucky Dip winner received €50: Karen Kenny, Castlehiggins, Fethard: two Lucky Dip winners received €25 each: Sabrina Cahill, Clonmel; and Tyrone Tobin, Kilknockin, Fethard.

Committee of Fethard GAA/Sports Centre Development Lotto would like to thank all our supporters near and far who participate in our weekly lotto draw. The next draw takes place on Friday, September 11, when the jackpot is €27,100 and the seller's prize is €1,000. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

Died recently in Dublin
The death has occurred on Tuesday, September 5, 2020, of Nicholas Skehan, Baldoyle, Dublin , and formerly Fethard, peacefully in the care of Beaumont Hospital. Beloved husband of Helena (Devine), Nicholas is very sadly missed by his loving wife, sisters Anna (Mooney), Mary (Hennessy), sister-in-law Ann, brothers-in-law Jim, Patrick, Peter and Dermot, god-daughter Rosie, extended family and friends.

A private funeral will take place for family and close friends. Those who would have liked to attend the funeral, but due to current restrictions cannot do so, please feel free to leave a message in the online Condolence by CLICKING HERE.

Méala mór a bhás dá mhuintir agus dá chairde ar fad. I líontaibh Dé go gcastar sinn!

In paradisum deducant te Angeli!

Died Recently
The late Noel Harrison who died on September 11, 2020The death has occurred on Friday, September 11, 2020, of Noel Harrison, Curraghtarsna, Cashel, and formerly, Congress Terrace, Fethard, peacefully at South Tipperary General Hospital.

Noel, deeply regretted by his loving wife Jacqueline, son Alan, daughter Rachel, granddaughter Mia, brothers Jimmy and Sean, sisters Fiona and Pattie, extended family relatives and friends. May He Rest In Peace.

Due to Government restrictions on Covid-19 Cremation takes place privately. If you would like to leave a message of condolence for the family please CLICK HERE

A question often asked since Covid began in March . . .
A question often asked since Covid began in March . . .
This question was raised again on Wednesday, September 9, by Margaret Molloy on her FaceBook page, which attracted some comments that may shed more light on the situation. Below is an excerpt from the conversion:

This question was raised again today by Margaret Molloy on her FaceBook page which attracted some more comments that might shed light on the situation. Below is an exceprt from the conversion:

Patrician Presentation welcomes First Years as School reopens

First year students photographed at Patrician Presentation Secondary School Fethard, on their first day when the school reopened on Thursday, August 27. Students have been since familiarising themselves to the new school ‘normal’. Included with the pupils in their first socially distanced photograph, are Mr Pat Coffey, principal, and Mr Billy Walsh, deputy principal.

Each student received two face masks, with the school crest on each. Other school class groups, 2nd, 3rd, 4th 5th and 6th Years, all returned on a gradual basis with all students in school on Friday, September 4.

The school has a one way system in place, which is marked clearly for students, as well as being assigned a classroom for each group. The school is adapting very well to all the new protocols for the COVID-19 plan, with students response excellent in adhering to all the new rules. Well done to all with a safe start in unpredictable times.

Local U13 soccer stars play for Waterford FC
Waterford FC Under-13 soccer team that started their League of Ireland campaign on Saturday last. Included are three Fethard players Ben Allen (Back 6th from left), Charlie Walsh (Back last on right) and Sami Laaksonen (Front 4th from left).
Waterford FC Under-13 soccer team that started their League of Ireland campaign on Saturday last. Included are three Fethard players Ben Allen (Back 6th from left), Charlie Walsh (Back last on right) and Sami Laaksonen (Front 4th from left).

Waterford FC Under-13 soccer team commenced this year’s League of Ireland competition on Saturday with three young Fethard stars playing on the team: Ben Allen, Sami Laaksonen and Charlie Walsh. In fact the team also includes four other team members from Tipperary – Darragh Pollard (Ballingarry), Tony Maher (Holycross), Callum Butler Buckley (Cashel) and Jamal Yousif (Clonmel) – which augurs well for the future of soccer in Tipperary.

These boys have been training four times a week from the start of the year and and six days a week at home through Zoom and running programmes set by their dedicated coaches.  This shows great dedication from the players all through the Covid lockdown and a fantastic achievement to play the highest level at such a young age. Well done!

Fethard & Killusty Emigrants Newsletter
Club Secretaries and organisations are reminded that submissions for this year’s newsletter are now invited as work has commenced on this year's production. We are also inviting anyone with articles or photographs to be included in this year’s issue to be also summitted.

Please supply photographs to be scanned and returned while you wait, to Joe Kenny, or scan yourself at a high resolution and send them with captions by email to: emigrantsnewsletter@gmail.com or hand them in to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, or Carmel Rice, Brookhill, Fethard.

No Church Gate Collection but Donations Accepted
Due to Covid restrictions there will be no Annual Church Gate Collection this year, but you can still make a donation by putting it in an envelope with your name and address and hand or post it to our Secretary, Carmel Rice, Brookhill, Fethard, E91 HY84, or to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard, E91 XR26, and all donations of €10 and over will be acknowledged in this year’s Newsletter.

Alternatively you can also make a secure donation by Credit Card or PayPal by clicking the 'DONATE' link below.

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New Addresses
If you have relatives abroad that you wish to receive the newsletter you can also send us their address or update a current address by email to: emigrantsnewsletter@gmail.com or hand them in to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, or Carmel Rice, Brookhill, Fethard.
 

Faces and Places from the Past
The following are a selection of photographs of faces and places taken in our locality that may bring back memories to many of our readers and visitors to fethard.com Please send any comments or photo information, names and event, to fethardnews@gmail.com

Fethard Players rehearsing in O’Flynn’s Menswear workshop for ‘The Whole Town's Talking’, November1982. Back L to R: Mary Ward, Gerry Fogarty, Percy O'Flynn, Carmel Rice, Paddy Kenrick, Rita O'Connor, Jimmy O'Shea. Ann Connolly. Front L to R: Marian Mulligan and John Fogarty.
Fethard Players rehearsing in O’Flynn’s Menswear workshop for ‘The Whole Town's Talking’, November1982. Back L to R: Mary Ward, Gerry Fogarty, Percy O'Flynn, Carmel Rice, Paddy Kenrick, Rita O'Connor, Jimmy O'Shea. Ann Connolly. Front L to R: Marian Mulligan and John Fogarty.

Fethard Macra Play Rehearsal for 'Juno and the Paycock', produced by Paddy Maher. Back L to R: John Morrissey, Seán O'Dea, Ann O'Connell, Liam O'Connor, Mary Keane, Jim O'Meara, Pat Fahey, David Tierney. Front L to R: Paddy Maher (producer), Therese O'Connell, Margaret O'Donnell, Frank McGivern, Frances Morrissey and John Heffernan. Also involved but not in the picture are Michael Trehy, Tom Hayes and Joseph Trehy. The play was staged in the Country Club Ballroom on December 18 and 19, 1982.
Fethard Macra Play Rehearsal for 'Juno and the Paycock', produced by Paddy Maher. Back L to R: John Morrissey, Seán O'Dea, Ann O'Connell, Liam O'Connor, Mary Keane, Jim O'Meara, Pat Fahey, David Tierney. Front L to R: Paddy Maher (producer), Therese O'Connell, Margaret O'Donnell, Frank McGivern, Frances Morrissey and John Heffernan. Also involved but not in the picture are Michael Trehy, Tom Hayes and Joseph Trehy. The play was staged in the Country Club Ballroom on December 18 and 19, 1982.

Photographed at the Open Day at Killenaule Vocational School in December 1982, are past pupils L to R: Joan Shaw, Tony Hanrahan, John Fitzgerald, Hugh Browne, Mary Shaw, Ed Healy and Martin Horan.
Photographed at the Open Day at Killenaule Vocational School in December 1982, are past pupils L to R: Joan Shaw, Tony Hanrahan, John Fitzgerald, Hugh Browne, Mary Shaw, Ed Healy and Martin Horan.

Men's Chorus of Hogan Musical Society's production of Oklahoma! that took place in the Country Club Ballroom from Thursday, February 3, to Sunday, February 6, 1983. Admission £2.50, Children £1.50 (Thursday night only). Booking was at Fethard Post Office. Back L to R: Jimmy O'Shea, Michael McCarthy, Stephen McCormack, John Looby, Gerry Fogarty, Francis Kearney, Paddy Broderick, Davy Tobin. Middle L to R: Sean Doyle, Eddie Sheehan, Miceál McCormack, Andy O'Riordan, Paddy Kenrick. Front L to R: Jimmy O'Sullivan and Danny Kane.
Men's Chorus of Hogan Musical Society's production of Oklahoma! that took place in the Country Club Ballroom from Thursday, February 3, to Sunday, February 6, 1983. Admission £2.50, Children £1.50 (Thursday night only). Booking was at Fethard Post Office. Back L to R: Jimmy O'Shea, Michael McCarthy, Stephen McCormack, John Looby, Gerry Fogarty, Francis Kearney, Paddy Broderick, Davy Tobin. Middle L to R: Sean Doyle, Eddie Sheehan, Miceál McCormack, Andy O'Riordan, Paddy Kenrick. Front L to R: Jimmy O'Sullivan and Danny Kane.

Full group of children on stage at rehearsal for Cloneen School Pantomime 'The Godmother's Capers' that took place in Cloneen Hall on Friday, January 21, and Sunday, January 23, 1983. The show was produced by Shay Ahessy.Full group of children on stage at rehearsal for Cloneen School Pantomime 'The Godmother's Capers' that took place in Cloneen Hall on Friday, January 21, and Sunday, January 23, 1983. The show was produced by Shay Ahessy.

Fethard Players chorus excerpt from their pantomime,  ‘Bo-Peep’ performed at Ther Capitol Cinema from January 18 to January 21, 1955. Produced by Eddie O’Neill. L to R: Cha Finn, Cly Mullins, Tom McCormack, Tossy Stapleton, Tom Sayers, Tony Newport and Paddy O'Flynn.
Fethard Players chorus excerpt from their pantomime, ‘Bo-Peep’ performed at Ther Capitol Cinema from January 18 to January 21, 1955. Produced by Eddie O’Neill. L to R: Cha Finn, Cly Mullins, Tom McCormack, Tossy Stapleton, Tom Sayers, Tony Newport and Paddy O'Flynn.

Austin O’Flynn, Chairman Fethard Community Council, making a presentation to the Ladies Catering Committee in January 1983, in recognition of their great work during the year, serving teas at the 25 Drive each week, catering for Supper Dances and running two very successful draws. Back L to R: John Whyte, Nellie Fitzgerald, Margaret Keane, Austin O'Flynn, Kathleen Kenny, Tom Butler, Bridie Hanrahan, Peter Colville. Front L to R: Norah O'Riordan, Maureen Whyte, Mai Carey, Ann Skehan, Babe Maher and Agnes Evans.
Austin O’Flynn, Chairman Fethard Community Council, making a presentation to the Ladies Catering Committee in January 1983, in recognition of their great work during the year, serving teas at the 25 Drive each week, catering for Supper Dances and running two very successful draws. Back L to R: John Whyte, Nellie Fitzgerald, Margaret Keane, Austin O'Flynn, Kathleen Kenny, Tom Butler, Bridie Hanrahan, Peter Colville. Front L to R: Norah O'Riordan, Maureen Whyte, Mai Carey, Ann Skehan, Babe Maher and Agnes Evans.

Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983

Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983
Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.

Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.
Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983

Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.
Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.

Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.
Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.

Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.
Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.

Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.
Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.

Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.
Anner Kickhams NACA Trophy Presentation January 1983.

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