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The death has occurred on Saturday, October 1, 2016, of Sr Annunciata Cleary, Presentation Convent, Fethard, at Aut Evan Hospital, Kilkenny. Predeceased by her brothers Fr Sean and Gerard. Deeply regretted by her loving Presentation Community, her sisters Sr Ita Patricia, California, Pearl Boland, Dublin, Vera Gallagher, Sligo, sister-in-law Eileen Cleary, Kent, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and past pupils. May she rest in peace

Reposing in Convent Chapel, Fethard, at 3pm on Sunday, October 2, with prayers at 6pm. Requiem Mass in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, at 11am on Monday followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dilis.The death has occurred on Saturday, October 1, 2016, of Sr Annunciata Cleary, Presentation Convent, Fethard, at Aut Evan Hospital, Kilkenny. Predeceased by her brothers Fr Sean and Gerard. Deeply regretted by her loving Presentation Community, her sisters Sr Ita Patricia, California, Pearl Boland, Dublin, Vera Gallagher, Sligo, sister-in-law Eileen Cleary, Kent, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and past pupils. May she rest in peace

Reposing in Convent Chapel, Fethard, at 3pm on Sunday, October 2, with prayers at 6pm. Requiem Mass in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, at 11am on Monday followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam dilis.

Coffee Morning raises €742 for Hospice
The annual Coffee Morning for the Hospice in Fethard took place this year on Thursday, September 21, from 9 am until 6pm. As usual, there was a great response with lots of people popping in for coffee and a chat in the newly renovated Town Hall. It was also a chance for people to see the work that has been done in the hall to date and to admire the wonderful display of products from the Tipperary Food Producers. The new audio-visual presentation on Fethard was also available for viewing and visitors seemed to really enjoy it.

Photographed at the Fethard Coffee Morning in aid of Hospice are L to R: Loraine Coen, Mary Tierney, Eileen Ryan, Jimmy O'Sullivan, Mary Hanrahan and Helen Carroll.
Photographed at the Fethard Coffee Morning in aid of Hospice are L to R: Loraine Coen, Mary Tierney, Eileen Ryan, Jimmy O'Sullivan, Mary Hanrahan and Helen Carroll.


There was a constant stream of people in and out throughout the day and the team of volunteers was kept busy making tea, keeping the goodies flowing and generally having the craic. Thanks to all our local ladies who donated biscuits and lots of lovely, home-baked cakes and buns. Thanks also to the large number of people who stopped by to make a donation to this most worthy cause even though they didn’t have time to stay and have a cuppa. A special word of thanks to Jimmy and Fionnuala O’Sullivan for their assistance throughout the day. Thanks also to Edwina Newport for her help as regards accessing the amenities in the Town Hall.

The Coffee Morning for the Hospice raised €742.50 which was presented to Mrs Phil Wyatt for the Clonmel Hospice. The organising committee would like to thank the people of Fethard and the surrounding area for their continued generosity in support of the Hospice. It is very much appreciated.

Fethard group visit 1916 sites in Dublin
Group photographed in Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin while on tour with Fethard Historical Society’s outing to 1916 sites in Dublin.
Group photographed in Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin while on tour with Fethard Historical Society’s outing to 1916 sites in Dublin.


Last Saturday, September 24, a group from Fethard and surrounding areas made their long awaited trip to Dublin, leaving bright and early (and fairly promptly) at 8.15am. It was wonderful to have so many new faces joining us and everyone was in great form despite the inclement weather.

Following a comfort stop at Junction 14, we arrived at Kilmainham for our first tour of the day. We had a few minutes to peruse the history of the former Courthouse, built in 1820 that opened on 30th March this year to serve as the entrance point for the adjoining Kilmainham Gaol.
Then it was time to join our guide, Aoife, for our tour which began in the oldest part of the Gaol, the West Wing. Here in the 19th century prisoners were held prior to transportation to Australia. In famine times, the prion became dreadfully overcrowded as the poor opted for prison as the better alternative to starving on the streets of Dublin.

Here too, Robert Emmet and Charles Stewart Parnell were interned. The West Wing consisting of small single cells, cold and damp and dark., where most of the leaders of the 1916 rising were held prior to execution, including Padraig Pearse and his younger brother Willie. It is believed that as Willie Pearse entered Kilmainham Gaol he heard the shots of the firing squad executing Padraig.

We visited the chapel where Joseph Plunkett married Grace Gifford on the eve of his execution. Her wedding ring is now on display in the museum. Eamonn de Valera and Constance Markievicz were also held prisoner here and sentenced to death but both had their sentences commuted, he because he was American by birth, she because she was a woman.

The newer East Wing built in 1861 is much brighter with vaulted partially glazed roof. It was used for the prison scenes in the film ‘In the Name of the Father’ among others. Here Grace Gifford herself was a prisoner during the Civil War and one can view the mural of the Madonna that she painted on the wall of her cell while interned.
Between May 3–12, 1916, fourteen leaders of the Easter Rising were executed by firing squad in what had been the Stone-breakers’ yard. This is where the tour ends. It is a sombre space. A plain black cross against the west wall marks the designated place of execution but there is a second black cross just inside the entrance gate to mark the place where James Connolly was tied to a chair because he was too ill to stand. It is a story that never fails to resonate.

It was definitely time for coffee in the Couthouse Café and a little light relief before we left for Arbour Hill. This is a very special space that draws the visitor inwards, through what was a military cemetery now a small park, to a simple plaza where the final resting places of the executed 1916 leaders are identified, and finally to the imposing limestone wall where the Proclamation of Independence is beautifully carved as Ghaeilge and also in English. It took the sculptor, Michael Biggs, four years to complete the carving.

We were granted an unexpected bonus in Arbour Hill as the adjoining Church of the Sacred Heart, which serves as the church for the Irish Defence Forces, just happened to be open. Ms Debbie Reynolds, who was there to do the flowers, allowed us in and introduced us to the three very fine Harry Clarke windows over the altar. It is a beautiful church with lots of interesting features including a double gallery, the Cedar Room commemorating those who served and died in the Lebanon and regimental flags suspended from the walls.

Our final stop of the day was Glasnevin Cemetery which will be familiar to many from the documentary ‘One Million Dubliners’. In fact, our guide warren told us, there are now 1.6 million Dubliners buried in Glasnevin. It was only fitting that we began by visiting the mausoleum of the man who started it all, Daniel O’Connell, the Liberator. He insisted that the graveyard should be for everyone regardless of religion or social class.

There are many different trips available in Glasnevin but for our trip we were again focussing on the 1916 connections. Along the way, however, we took in Parnell, Gerard Manley Hopkins and James Joyce’s parents. It’s amazing who you meet in a graveyard. We also heard about grave robbers and the not uncommon occurrence in the 19th century of people being buried alive!

There is a Holy Angels plot and a new famine memorial recently unveiled by President Michael D. Higgins. Roger Casement is buried here, as is Maud Gonne McBride, Kitty Kiernan and Countess Markievicz. De Valera’s grave is surprisingly modest and our guide explained that the coins left on the simple stone cross are traditionally placed there by former soldiers, acknowledging a fallen warrior. Interestingly, the most visited grave and that which always has flowers on it, is that of Michael Collins.

The new 1916 memorial in bronze and marble is strikingly impressive as is the commemorative 1916 Remembrance Wall behind it on which is inscribed the names of all those who died in the 1916 Rising, the rebels, the civilians and the British military. This decision has caused some controversy but it is intended to do the same when it comes to recording those who died in the war of Independence and the Civil war, continuing, I suppose, O’Connell’s policy of inclusion.

We ended our day with dinner at An Poitín Stil on the way out of Dublin and then it was over to Colm McGrath, our driver, who had us back in Fethard pretty much on schedule at 10.15pm. A special word of thanks to Colm, a stalwart member of the society, who always does such a great job as driver and who adds immeasurably to the enjoyment of our trips. Thanks also to John Cooney who acted as navigator through the maze of Dublin’s one-way streets.

We can wholeheartedly recommend the guided tours of Kilmainham Gaol and Glasnevin Cemetery. We all agreed that one could easily revisit both venues and spend longer in the respective museums. Just be advised that for Kilmainham, in particular, advance booking is essential. Arbour Hill is well worth a visit for those who have a passion for 1916.

As for the Fethard Historical Society, we have a series of lectures planned for the coming months and we’re already thinking about where we might go come the spring.

James Connolly lecture for October
The society are delighted that Lorcan Collins - one of the national experts on the history of the revolutionary period is coming to talk on the life of James Connolly on Thursday, October 13, at 8.15pm in the Abymill Theatre. Lorcan Collins is the author of the ‘James Connolly’ book which is part of the ‘16 Lives’ series published by the O’Brien Press. He is also author of their ‘1916 – The Rising Handbook’ which indicates that he is indeed a foremost authority on that period. If you require further information on this lecture please contact: 086 1271132.

D.P. Walsh lecture for November
Seán Hogan will give the eagerly awaited lecture on Fethard native DP Walsh on Tuesday, November 15. Daniel Pius Walsh was born in The Green, Fethard, in 1892, and was one of only a handful of South Tipperary volunteers arrested after the 1916 Rising and interned in Frongoch in North Wales. His is whole subsequent involvement in the War of Independence is very interesting indeed. The speaker, Sean Hogan, was the winner of the Tipperariana Book of the Year award in 2013 for his book ‘The Black and Tans in North Tipperary.

People willing to make contact with the Historical Society can do so by email history@fethard.com or by phone 087 9009722 or 086 3905373.

Fethard win County U14 Camogie Title

Fethard U14 County Camogie Champions Back L to R: Eimear O'Connor, Àine Ryan, Eabha Hogan, Joanne Hickey, Jess Strappe, Erin O'Brien, Carrie Davey, Rachel Butler, Aoife Morrissey. Front L to R: Megan Quigley, Emily Ryan, Ava Hickey, Alison Connolly, Dearbhla Morrissey, Nell Spillane, Leah Coen and Niamh Hayes.

On Monday, September 19, Fethard were once again on the road to the Ragg Camogie Grounds, this time to contest the U14 'C' County Camogie Final. Our opposition being Portroe, from the throw in of the ball until the final whistle, this was a fantastic game of Camogie, with the girls being victorious on a score line of 6-4 to 0-3 pts. All our girls played with great heart and determination and it was evident to see by the many supporters who travelled that both girls and selectors had put in a huge effort all year.

It was a great way to end the season for St. Ritas. Thanks very much to all the parents for all their support throughout the year. A huge thanks to the selectors Sandra Spillane, Willie Morrissey, Sue Quigley and Margaret Hogan.

Fethard U14 Camogie joint captains, Ava Hickey and Alison Connolly (right), receiving the U14 Trophy on behalf of their team from John Foley, County Camogie Chairman.
Fethard U14 Camogie joint captains, Ava Hickey and Alison Connolly (right), receiving the U14 Trophy on behalf of their team from John Foley, County Camogie Chairman.

Patrician Presentation Jottings
The Parents’ Association wish to thank all those who contributed so generously to the Church Gate Collection in aid of School Funds on the weekend of September 17.

Well done to the following students who were part of the under -14 Hurling Team which defeated Annacarty in Dolla last weekend: Kieran O’Donnell, Nevan Healy, Darragh Hurley, Robert Hackett, Cathal Ryan and Keenan Aherne.

This year the school will hold mid-term exams for all students over a two day period beginning on October 24th. The school’s focus this year is on developing the pupils’ study habits and we feel that such assessments will provide a greater focus for the pupils’ learning over the term.

The Sports’ Department is actively promoting all team sports this year and we ask the parents to encourage their children to tog out for all Hurling, Football, Ladies Football and Volleyball training sessions. A number of teachers and parents give generously of their time to these sessions and we thank them for their help with the development of sport in the school.

Visitors to Fethard
Terry Cunningham photographed with family friends on a visit to see Fethard's medieval Holy Trinity Church. L to R: Terry Cunningham, Montse Paloma, Claudia Congregado and Naoise Cunningham. Montse and Claudia were visiting from Talavera, Madrid.
Terry Cunningham photographed with family friends on a visit to see Fethard's medieval Holy Trinity Church. L to R: Terry Cunningham, Montse Paloma, Claudia Congregado and Naoise Cunningham. Montse and Claudia were visiting from Talavera, Madrid.

Club reports needed for Annual Emigrants’ Newsletter

Fethard & Killusty Emigrants’ Newsletter remind all secretaries and club correspondents to submit their reports for inclusion in this year’s Newsletter as soon as possible to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road.
Reports should be typed or emailed to newsletter@fethard.com Alternatively they can be handed in to Joe Kenny. We also welcome individual articles (long or short), stories of long ago, funny incidents, photographs, particularly old class photographs or photographs of local characters.

The first Fethard Emigrants’ Newsletter was published by the Legion of Mary back in 1959 and posted free of charge as it still is today, 57 years later. We have copies of all published issues from 1965 to the present, but one. We are just missing the 1964 (8 page) issue, which was also the first commercially, printed Newsletter by the Sporting Press Clonmel. Can anyone oblige?

'An Autumn Evening in Concert'
Fethard Holy Trinity National school presents 'An Autumn Evening in Concert' in the Holy Trinity Parish Church on Friday October 14th 2016 at 8 pm . The Clonmel Concert Band (South of Ireland Band Champions 2016) will perform with the Unity Singers from Kilkenny and very special guest, Bass Baritone Derek Ryan. 

Tickets are €10 and the proceeds from the night will fund a new Musical Programme in the Holy Trinity National School. Tickets are available from Holy Trinity National School and the Post Office in Fethard, Marian’s Bookshop , Clonmel, The Village Grill, Clerihan, Cloneen Post Office and Killenaule Post Office. 

This will be a unique occasion with sixty musicians and singers performing in the Parish Church in Fethard.
Fethard Holy Trinity National school presents 'An Autumn Evening in Concert' in the Holy Trinity Parish Church on Friday, October 14, at 8pm . The Clonmel Concert Band (South of Ireland Band Champions 2016) will perform with the Unity Singers from Kilkenny and very special guest, Bass Baritone Derek Ryan.

Tickets are €10 and the proceeds from the night will fund a new Musical Programme in the Holy Trinity National School. Tickets are available from Holy Trinity National School and the Post Office in Fethard, Marian’s Bookshop , Clonmel, The Village Grill, Clerihan, Cloneen Post Office and Killenaule Post Office.

This will be a unique occasion with sixty musicians and singers performing in the Parish Church in Fethard.

Social dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Dancing on Sunday Night, October 2, to the music of ‘Sam O'Doherty’. 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 Rugby Club News
Our Fethard U18 Boys had their first friendly on Saturday against Clonmel where we ended with a good victory to kick off the season. It was great to see the players turning up in great numbers for the match when it looked like we could struggle earlier on to get a team together. Thanks to the hard work of Ray and Mark they got the lads ready to play. Looking forward to the season ahead now with our first league match only two weeks away. We hope to see everyone at training on Friday night at 6.45pm (please take note of new time). New members always welcome.

Our Girls Rugby teams are growing each week and the past two weekends have seen friendly matches in Cork with two victories for our U15 and U18 girls over Listowel and St Mary's recently, and last week a fine victory at Waterpark.

We travel to Dublin on Saturday to take part in a Leinster tournament. Our U10 Girls with the U12 and U13s have a Munster development officer blitz on Sunday, October 2, in Limerick. New girls always welcome to join. Training Friday nights at 8pm in Fethard for all girls aged from 6 to 18.

Special recognition to our own Fethard RFC Club's U18, Dorothy Wall, for playing for U18 Munster Ladies on their two recent games, with a win over Connaught and a thriller scoreless draw with Leinster in the Irish Inter pros championship these past two weeks. Wishing you and your Munster team all the very best on Saturday in your title decider at Ulster. Dorothy was also selected this autumn to train with the U18 Irish team. Keep up the great work Dorothy we are so proud of you. A bright future ahead!

Minis Rugby continue to train on Friday nights from 6.45pm to 8pm. New members are always welcome to our club. Friendly matches will start in the next couple of weeks and on Sundays for the minis. Any questions please contact: Paul Kavanagh on 086 8388205. Check out the Fethard Rugby Club’s new website currently being constructed at: www.fethardrfc.ie

Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The numbers drawn on September 21 were: 6, 8, 19 and 26. There was no jackpot winner and one ‘Match Three’ winner who received €150: Margaret Doocey, Abbey View, Fethard.

The following three ‘Lucky Dip’ winners received €50 each: Abigail Sheehan, Main Street, Fethard; Marie O'Sullivan, Main Street, Fethard; and Sr. Maria, Main Street, Fethard.

Next week’s draw takes place on Wednesday, September 28. 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, September 23, were 10, 14, 21 and 25. There was no jackpot winner and four match three winners who received €50 each: Nicky O'Shea, Tullow; Margaret Lonergan, Clerihan; Laura Hickey, Cashel; and Mary McCormack, Kerry Street, Fethard.

The next draw takes place on Friday, September 30, when the jackpot is €20,000 and the sellers prize is €930. 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.

Annual Emigrants Newsletter Donations
If you would like to make a donation to Fethard & Killusty Emigrants' Newsletter using PayPal please do so here.

All donations of €10 and over will be acknowledged in this year's publication, unless you specify to remain anonymous.

We are also accepting new addresses or change of addresses of family members and emigrants living away from home. The Fethard & Killusty Newsletter is now in operation for over 55 years and posted free of charge to our emigrants living in over 25 different countries throughout the world.

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


Lunchtime in Fethard back in 1999


This photo of Main Street, in the 1980s, was posted by John Healy, originally from The Green, and now living in Australia.

Some of the replies posted on 'Fethard Faces and Places' on Facebook:


Rose Ryan Barry posted this lovely photograph of the Slattery family outside their house at Kilknockin.

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?


These are some of the replies from Facebook:

We had other comments from our viewers on this site and the general consensus is that Looby's Yard, Burke Street, is the correct location. Looking at some old photographs from the area would also confirm this, if you can allow the modification of the three upstairs windows in the building across the road, were removed at some period and replaced by two higher-level dormer windows.

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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