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The death has occurred on Sunday, September 4, of Bridget Hayes (neé Fleming), Main Street, Fethard.Bridget, pre-deceased by her husband Jimmy, her son Seamus and her grandson Christopher, deeply regretted by her daughters Frances, Mary and Gabrielle, her sons Michael and Kevin, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, sister-in-law, sons-in-law , daughters-in-law, relatives, neighbours and friends. May she rest in peace.

Reposing at McCarthy's Funeral Home, Fethard, on Tuesday, September 6, from 5pm with removal to the Holy Trinity Parish Church at 7pm. Requiem Mass on Wednesday at 11am followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery.


Comedy night at Clonacody House

Comedy at Clonacody House, Fethard, on Friday, September 9th and Saturday, September 10th at 8pm. Tickets €25 (light refreshment and wine served at interval). Booking contact Helen at 087 1689167. Two one-act comedies staged at Clonmel Junction Festival by Fethard playwright Paul Maher come to Clonacody for a dinner theatre production:

ANGEL DUST & DALLAS
It’s John B Keane meets Fr Ted in this outlandish comedy of the priests housekeeper & sacristan up to their necks in mischief; pity then the innocent boy of a curate on his first day in his first parish. With Alan Bourke, Majella Carrigan, Paul Kelly & Lina Ryan.

THE MAN FROM CLERIHAN
calls on a young widow to collect a debt but she is not for paying. Her sister however sees both of them have their reasons and maybe her trashy romantic novels and a few muffins can save the day. This is an exquisite romantic comedy to make your heart sing; with Catherine McVicker, Bernadette Culhane & James Whelan.
Comedy at Clonacody House, Fethard, on Friday, September 9th and Saturday, September 10th at 8pm. Tickets €25 (light refreshment and wine served at interval). Booking contact Helen at 087 1689167. Two one-act comedies staged at Clonmel Junction Festival by Fethard playwright Paul Maher come to Clonacody for a dinner theatre production:

ANGEL DUST & DALLAS
It’s John B Keane meets Fr Ted in this outlandish comedy of the priests housekeeper & sacristan up to their necks in mischief; pity then the innocent boy of a curate on his first day in his first parish. With Alan Bourke, Majella Carrigan, Paul Kelly & Lina Ryan.

THE MAN FROM CLERIHAN
calls on a young widow to collect a debt but she is not for paying. Her sister however sees both of them have their reasons and maybe her trashy romantic novels and a few muffins can save the day. This is an exquisite romantic comedy to make your heart sing; with Catherine McVicker, Bernadette Culhane & James Whelan.

Meeting to revive handball in Fethard
A meeting to revive the very successful handball days of the late 1970s and 1980s in Fethard will be held in the handball alley at Fethard Sports Centre on Tuesday, September 6, at 7pm and all interested are invited to attend.

Reviving Fethard Handball – this photograph taken in 1979 was taken at a most enjoyable Fethard Handball Club Social and trophy presentation in the Fethard Arms. Back L to R: Jim Ryan (committee), ‘Hawley’ Ryan (Ballypatrick), Patricia O'Shea, Tony & Noel Ryan – two Ryan brothers from Ballypatrick who did all their 40x20 training in the Fethard Court and are members of the Irish team that travelled the USA, Jimmy McCarthy (committee). Third Row (standing) L to R: Mrs Mary Morrissey (secretary / treasurer of the Sports Centre), Sean Hanrahan, Pat Sheehan (behind), Chris Looby (committee), Jack Wall, John Pollard (committee), Dan Cummins (committee), Eddie Sheehan, Miceál McCormack, Alfie Brett (secretary), Pat Ryan, Tony Newport (committee). Second Row (kneeling) L to R: Dick Fitzgerald (committee), Dennis O’Meara, Jim O’Meara, Michael ‘Buddy’ Fitzgerald. Front Row L to R: Richard Nevin, Willie O’Donnell, Danny Mullins, Pat Woodlock (chairman), John Woodlock and Stephen Fitzgerald. All Ireland honours were won in 1979 by Willie O’Donnell, M.H.S., John Woodlock, under 14 singles, Jack Wall beaten finalist in the ‘over 50’ singles; Richie Nevin won minor county honours. The members tournaments were won by Jim O’Meara, div 1 singles and runner-up was Richie Nevin. Div. 2 singles was won by Dan Cummins and runner-up was Joe Keane (Green).
Reviving Fethard Handball – this photograph taken in 1979 was taken at a most enjoyable Fethard Handball Club Social and trophy presentation in the Fethard Arms. Back L to R: Jim Ryan (committee), ‘Hawley’ Ryan (Ballypatrick), Patricia O'Shea, Tony & Noel Ryan – two Ryan brothers from Ballypatrick who did all their 40x20 training in the Fethard Court and were members of the Irish team that travelled the USA, Jimmy McCarthy (committee). Third Row (standing) L to R: Mrs Mary Morrissey (secretary / treasurer of the Sports Centre), Sean Hanrahan, Pat Sheehan (behind), Chris Looby (committee), Jack Wall, John Pollard (committee), Dan Cummins (committee), Eddie Sheehan, Miceál McCormack, Alfie Brett (secretary), Pat Ryan, Tony Newport (committee). Second Row (kneeling) L to R: Dick Fitzgerald (committee), Dennis O’Meara, Jim O’Meara, Michael ‘Buddy’ Fitzgerald. Front Row L to R: Richard Nevin, Willie O’Donnell, Danny Mullins, Pat Woodlock (chairman), John Woodlock and Stephen Fitzgerald. All Ireland honours were won in 1979 by Willie O’Donnell, M.H.S., John Woodlock, under 14 singles, Jack Wall beaten finalist in the ‘over 50’ singles; Richie Nevin won minor county honours. The members tournaments were won by Jim O’Meara, div 1 singles and runner-up was Richie Nevin. Div. 2 singles was won by Dan Cummins and runner-up was Joe Keane (Green).

Handball is now enjoyed by both males and females of all ages and is proving to be a great way of keeping physically fit during the autumn and winter months. For those younger sports people who may never have seen handball being played, an exhibition game will be played in the Fethard Alley following the meeting. There will also be a selection of accessories on display including goggles, gloves and the range of handballs, soft and hard, that are suitable to for young and old depending on the grade played. Players of all ages are now obliged to wear safety goggles and gloves.

Fethard is also very lucky to have many past national handball champions who are willing to help train those interested in playing the game again. Who knows the first lady to bring a county handball medal back to the Fethard club – did someone say the betting has already started? Don’t forget – next Tuesday, 7pm in the Ball Alley.

Abymill film attracts wide audience
Photographed at the screening of 'Atlantic' film at The Abymill Theatre are L to R: Mary O'Donnell, Arthur O'Donnell and Peggy Colville
Photographed at the screening of 'Atlantic' film at The Abymill Theatre are L to R: Mary O'Donnell, Arthur O'Donnell and Peggy Colville.


Fethard’s Abymill Theatre attracted a wide and varied audience to view the award-winning documentary ‘Atlantic’ on Thursday night last, August 25. The event, promoted by Fethard & Killusty Community Council, opened with light refreshments, tea and coffee in the foyer, provided by Liam Sweeney and his capable crew.

Approximately eighty people came from far and near to see the screening of the film, which was introduced by Arthur O’Donnell, Cahir, father of Risteard O’Domhnaill, who directed the making of the award winning film.

Photographed at the screening of 'Atlantic' film at The Abymill Theatre are L to R: Pat Fleming, Paddy Broderick and Barry O'Reilly
Photographed at the screening of 'Atlantic' film at The Abymill Theatre are L to R: Pat Fleming, Paddy Broderick and Barry O'Reilly


One of the most significant points highlighted by the film was the lack of respect for our natural resources and in Ireland’s case, how we, or our politicians of the time, lost so much potential income from their ‘fishing rights’ negotiations with the EU and their agreement reached with the oil companies for gas and oil exploration in Irish waters. Unlike Norway who did the opposite and didn’t waste any time legislating policies to manage the new-found resource in a way that would give Norwegians long-term wealth. In 1990, a sovereign wealth fund, was established for surplus oil revenues. Today the Norwegian government pension fund is worth more than $700-billion.

Photographed at the screening of 'Atlantic' film at The Abymill Theatre are L to R: Jane Hayes, Willie Ryan, Catherine Ryan and Richard Hayes
Photographed at the screening of 'Atlantic' film at The Abymill Theatre are L to R: Jane Hayes, Willie Ryan, Catherine Ryan and Richard Hayes


The film followed three small fishing communities in Ireland, Newfoundland and Norway, and their struggle to maintain their way of life as the oil companies invade our fragile seas, and the large fishing companies and factory ships push fish stocks to the brink. Many interesting facts were raised and a lot of questions to be answered before it’s too late to reverse this huge loss of livelihood for our fisherman and our country. Do go and see this film if it is shown in your area.

Historic first county title for U12 hurling team
County U12 B Hurling Champions Back L to R: Jack Quinlan, Michael James Phelan, Jake Coen, Andrew Wall, Daragh Spillane, Michael O'Meara, Liam Kiely. Front L to R: Mark Neville, Sean Moroney, Conor Neville (captain), Matt Coen, Jack Davey and Charlie Hackett
County U12 B Hurling Champions Back L to R: Jack Quinlan, Michael James Phelan, Jake Coen, Andrew Wall, Daragh Spillane, Michael O'Meara, Liam Kiely. Front L to R: Mark Neville, Sean Moroney, Conor Neville (captain), Matt Coen, Jack Davey and Charlie Hackett


Fethard secured a historic first U12 B County Hurling Championship in sunny Holycross on Sunday last beating Rosegreen 6-4 to 3-8. A brilliant game that swung both ways with Fethard gaining the upper hand in the last ten minutes to secure a famous victory.

A big thank you to their manager Michael Quinlan, coach Tony Shelley and selectors Fiona Spillane, Kieran Treacy, Anthony Wall and Martin Coen. Thank you also to the parents and supporters who travelled in great numbers all year to support this young team, and also to Rosegreen for a fine sporting match.

Most importantly we express our gratitude to the team itself who showed great heart and skill, improving in every game, especially in the semifinal and county final. Well done lads, ye were unreal!
Team was as follows: Andrew Wall, Michael James Phelan, Conor Neville (captain), Michael O'Meara, Daragh Spillane, Jack Quinlan (1-1), Matt Coen (0-1), Jake Coen, Sean Moroney (1-1), Charlie Hackett (2-0), Mark Neville (1-0), Jack Davey (1-1), and Liam Kiely.

Conor Neville (captain) being presented with the Fethard Club’s first County Hurling Championship Title after beating Rosegreen 6-4 to 3-8 in the final of the U12 B County Hurling Championship Final played in Holycross on Sunday, August 28.
Conor Neville (captain) being presented with the Fethard Club’s first County Hurling Championship Title after beating Rosegreen 6-4 to 3-8 in the final of the U12 B County Hurling Championship Final played in Holycross on Sunday, August 28.

Butler's Bar Fethard Sports Award nominations for August
The following ten nominations were received for the Butler’s Fethard Sports Achievement Award for August. The monthly winners will automatically be included in the annual award for 2016 at the end of the year.

  1. Fethard U12 Hurlers – winners of the South and County Tipperary U12B by beating a fancied Loughmore team in the semi final and Rosegreen in the final – the first county hurling title for the parish at that grade.
  2. Paul Fitzgerald – Paul was a selector on the Tipp senior football team who beat Galway in the All Ireland quarter-final and narrowly lost out to Mayo in the semifinal.
  3. Mick Burke – local golfer Mick, from Redcity, was the recent winner of the Carrigan Cup at Slievenamon Golf Club.
  4. Miceál McCormack – a fit Miceál from Kerry Street, was a walking gold medallist at the Munster Over-65 Masters.
  5. Bernard Feery – a dual medallist at the recent Munster Masters winning bronze in the 1500m and gold in the 5000m.
  6. Declan Lonergan, Joe Corbett, Colin Allen, Billy Phelan, Trevor Gough, Michael O Meara – six Fethard golfers who were part of a ten-man team representing Slievenamon Golf Club that won the Mick Cashman Cup beating Nenagh 4-1 in the Munster final.
  7. Fethard U14 Ladies Footballers – winners of the All Ireland A Feile final beating Kerry kingpins Laune Rangers in the final played in Tralee.
  8. Fethard U12 Ladies Footballers – representing Munster were bronze medallists at the Community Games National Finals beating the Connaught representatives, Leitrim, in the bronze medal match played in Athlone Institute of Technology.
  9. Fethard St. Rita’s U13 Camogie team – Fethard camogie won their first ever under-age title with victory in the county league against Kilruane.
  10. Saoirse McNamara – his young lady had two Junior Hot Rod victories at Rosegreen Raceway driving her Nissan Micra.

The winner for August will be announced at a special function held in Butler’s Bar on Friday night next, September 2, and all are welcome to come along.

Mick Burke shows young guns how it’s done!
Congratulations to Mick Burke, Redcity, who was the winner of the Carrigan Trophy last weekend at Slievenamon Golf Course. Mick who reached the age of 80 recently showed the way to all the club’s young guns, finishing with a great score of 45 points. Paul Morrissey continued his good form finishing second with 42 points, and T.J. Leahy was a point back in third place. Pat McCarthy was the winner of the gross prize. Others to have good scores but miss out on a prize were James Dunne, Michael Dunlea, Paul Kelleher, Ger Hogan and Frank English.Congratulations to Mick Burke, Redcity, who was the winner of the Carrigan Trophy last weekend at Slievenamon Golf Course. Mick who reached the age of 80 recently showed the way to all the club’s young guns, finishing with a great score of 45 points. Paul Morrissey continued his good form finishing second with 42 points, and T.J. Leahy was a point back in third place. Pat McCarthy was the winner of the gross prize.

Others to have good scores but miss out on a prize were James Dunne, Michael Dunlea, Paul Kelleher, Ger Hogan and Frank English.

Fethard Scouts compete in wind and rain at National Phoenix Challenge
On a very wet and windy weekend Fethard Scouts, having qualified, competed in the National Phoenix Challenge from Wednesday through to Sunday evening. With unrelenting wind and rain from start to finish, and the competition equally fierce from all the other 95 patrols entered, it was a true test of stamina and endurance. However, in spite of the aforementioned, morale and spirits never dropped. All scouts worked hard through the inclement weather and resulting muddy conditions, and emerged claiming silver medals. It was a huge performance from a very young Fethard Patrol, great credit and congratulations to Patrick Shine, Jake Keating, Daniel Daly, Emer O'Sullivan, Killian O'Keeffe, Adam O'Sullivan and Aran Larkin. Well done to this popular patrol.
Fethard Scouts Patrol making the best of the weather at the National Phoenix Challenge where they won silver medals

On a very wet and windy weekend Fethard Scouts, having qualified, competed in the National Phoenix Challenge from Wednesday through to Sunday evening. With unrelenting wind and rain from start to finish, and the competition equally fierce from all the other 95 patrols entered, it was a true test of stamina and endurance. However, in spite of the aforementioned, morale and spirits never dropped. All scouts worked hard through the inclement weather and resulting muddy conditions, and emerged claiming silver medals. It was a huge performance from a very young Fethard Patrol, great credit and congratulations to Patrick Shine, Jake Keating, Daniel Daly, Emer O'Sullivan, Killian O'Keeffe, Adam O'Sullivan and Aran Larkin. Well done to this popular patrol.

Piano Exams Fethard 2016
Piano student Darragh Egan after receiving his piano certificate and medal for his results obtained at this years piano exams
Piano student Darragh Egan after receiving his piano certificate and medal for his results obtained at this year's piano exams


The annual Piano Exams for students attending local Piano teacher Stuart Clooney were held on two separate dates this year pre-Easter holidays and pre-summer holidays. With a large number of students examined on both dates the Exams included students of all levels of musicianship from beginner preliminary grades up to and including a number of students taking their final Grade 8 piano exam. After a lot of hard work and practice throughout the academic year the students did themselves and their teacher proud with a 100% pass rate continued since Stuart began his piano teaching in 1998.


David O'Donnell who received a medal for his outstanding results at this year's piano exams held in Fethard by piano teacher Stuart Clooney.

Congratulations to all who took the exams, the results were again exceptional this year with honours and first class honours achieved by all students. Medals were awarded to the following students for exceptionally high results – Abby Boland, Jack Boland, Yousef Sallam, Sarah Kelly, David O'Donnell, Anthony Kane, Naoise Forristal, Darragh Egan and Vakaris Graibus (who this year took two exams and was awarded a medal on each occasion). Sarah Kelly and Yousef Sallam were also nominated to take part in the annual Leinster School of Music and Drama Excellence Awards Competition held at Griffith College Dublin. Well done to both students in this years competition. The 2016/2017 academic year will begin Thursday, September 1. For enquiries please contact Stuart and Maura Clooney, Fethard Tel: (052) 6132567.

Happy Birthday Ella!
Ella Kenny (neé Purcell) photographed with family, friends and neighbours at the recent celebration of her 80th birthday party at Drumdeel, Fethard.
Ella Kenny (neé Purcell) photographed with family, friends and neighbours at the recent celebration of her 80th birthday party at Drumdeel, Fethard.

Fethard Community Playgroup
Fethard Community Playgroup, Rocklow Road, will reopen on Monday, September 5. Morning sessions take place from 9am to 12 noon and afternoon sessions from 1.30pm to 4.30pm. For further information contact Tel: (052) 6132316.

Back to school
Summer is official over for the young students of our parish as a new school year commences this week for pupils attending the Patrician Presentation Secondary School. We also wish the leaving cert class the very best of luck in their chosen paths in third level education and work.

Pupils attending Holy Trinity National School will return back on this Thursday at 9pm. We wish our junior infants a very happy and successful introduction to the national educational system and the many talented teachers who will look after them for the next stage in their young lives.

Social dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Dancing on Sunday Night, September 4, to the music of ‘Declan Aungier’. All welcome to come along and enjoy a great night’s entertainment and social dancing from 9pm to midnight. Admission is €8 which includes tea and cakes.

Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The numbers drawn on August 24 were: 1, 9, 19 and 24. There was no jackpot winner and one ‘Match Three’ winner who received €150: Edwina Newport, Congress Terrace, Fethard.

The following three ‘Lucky Dip’ winners received €50 each: Kevin Whyte, Congress Terrace, Fethard; Majella Daly, Cedar Grove, Fethard; and Denis O'Meara, c/o Anne Daly.

Next week’s draw takes place on Wednesday, August 31. The Jackpot is €10,000 and the Jackpot seller’s prize is €1,000. All proceeds go towards community projects in Fethard, and we thank you for your on-going support.

GAA Sports Development Lotto
The numbers drawn on Friday, August 26, were 12, 15, 35 and 36. There was no jackpot winner and no match three winner. One lucky dip winner received €50: Declan Morrissey, c/o Lonergans; and four lucky dip winners received €25 each: Bobby O'Lone, c/o Coolmore; Tanya Lawrence, Woodvale Walk; G. Long, The Lab STGH; and Anne Marie Moroney, Tullamaine.

The next draw takes place on Friday, September 2, when the jackpot is €20,000 and the sellers prize is €890. Fethard GAA / Sports Centre Development Lotto would like to thank all our supporters, far and near, who participate in our weekly lotto draw to promote sport in our community.

Bunny Hop Music & Movement starting in September
Bunny Hop Music & Movement starting up again on Monday, September 12, from 10am to 11am at Fethard Convent Community Hall. For further information contact Nicola at: 087 6742401 or visit www.bunnyhop.ie

Fethard ladies raise €5,788 for Carrick River Rescue
Fethard ladies handing over a cheque for €5,788,19 to members of Carrick River Rescue voluntary group photographed at their base at North Quay, Carrick. The ladies raised the funds for this very deserving group at the recent ladies mini-marathon. L to R: Amy Tynan, Amy Pollard, Robert Power (Carrick River Rescue), Trisha Breen, Micheal Hickey (Carrick River Rescue), Majella Daly, Monica Pollard, Becky Daly Jones and Cora Breen. Missing from photo is Stephanie Johnston (Stephanie's Hair Salon Fethard), Valerie Rice and Jennifer Rice. The girls would like to thank everyone who helped and sponsored them.

Fethard ladies handing over a cheque for €5,788,19 to members of Carrick River Rescue voluntary group photographed at their base at North Quay, Carrick. The ladies raised the funds for this very deserving group at the recent ladies mini-marathon. L to R: Amy Tynan, Amy Pollard, Robert Power (Carrick River Rescue), Trisha Breen, Micheal Hickey (Carrick River Rescue), Majella Daly, Monica Pollard, Becky Daly Jones and Cora Breen. Missing from photo is Stephanie Johnston (Stephanie's Hair Salon Fethard), Valerie Rice and Jennifer Rice. The girls would like to thank everyone who helped and sponsored them.

Emigrant’s Newsletter time again
As we head into the second half of 2016 and the summer sunlight slowly recedes, our thoughts and plans for this year’s issue of Fethard & Killusty Emigrants’ Newsletter are again with us. With this in mind we ask for your ideas, photographs and articles for inclusion in this year’s publication.

The first Fethard Newsletter, sent by the Legion of Mary, was dated ‘Christmas 1960, but on checking the dates of events and deaths featured, we discovered that they all happened in 1959. We can only conclude that the Newsletter was published in December 1959 and posted before January 1960. The newsletter has progressed immensely from that first double-sided A4 page, back in 1959, to the full colour 252-page book it is today. The appreciation expressed in letters from those living away from home every year, makes our efforts at home very worthwhile.

As life moves along, so does our readership – we lose some of our older long-time readers and supporters, and gain many younger readers who take their places. With this in mind also, it would be lovely to receive articles, long or short, from all sections of our community at home or away. Articles and photographs can be sent by email to: newsletter@fethard.com or by mail to: Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard, Co. Tipperary, E91 XR26.

Fethard News
Items for inclusion on this website and 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.

Fethard Faces and Places from the Past
The following are a selection of photographs recently added to the Fethard Faces and Places from the Past page on Facebook, also published here for the benefit of our readers who are not on Facebook. The Facebook page is used for sharing old Fethard photographs with other members of the group and is open to all interested in joining. Send any comments or photo information to fethardnews@gmail.com

This photo was taken around 1913 at a hunt meeting in Fethard (we believe) but the exact location is hard to pinpoint . . . maybe somebody out there would have an idea where it could have been taken?
This photo was taken around 1913 at a hunt meeting in Fethard (we believe) but the exact location is hard to pinpoint . . . maybe somebody out there would have an idea where it could have been taken?

Fethard News
Items for inclusion on this website and 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.

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