Current News from Fethard and Killusty Co. Tipperary


Home | Current News | Local Information | Aerial Views | Photo Gallery | Emigrants' Newsletter
Historical Society | Local Development Plan | Recommended Links | Donations
| Phone Directory
Fethard on Facebook | Fethard on YouTube
| View Calvary Cemetery Records
| Parish Church Live




Last updated

Monday, February 19, 2018

 

Search Query

 



 
 

New Cozie Corner Holiday Home, Fethard
The Cozie Corner Holiday Home is situated at the crossroads on Main Street in Fethard (at the Ballroom), and is owned by Willie and Theresa O'Donnell, who also run the Cozie Bed and Breakfast.
The Cozie Corner Holiday Home is situated at the crossroads on Main Street in Fethard (at the Ballroom), and is owned by Willie and Theresa O'Donnell, who also run the Cozie Bed and Breakfast.

While one section of the building is occupied as a residence, the remainder is now available as guest accommodation, and is entirely self-contained as shown in the link. CLICK TO OPEN FACEBOOK PAGE

It is primarily being advertised as a holiday home, and it is hoped that it will become useful in particular to families coming home to Fethard and surrounds to visit with their extended family and friends. At other times it will be used as an extension of the B&B when extra accommodation is required for over-night guests etc. Contact Theresa for more information on +353 52 6132276.

Died Recently
Died Recently
The death has occurred on Friday, February 16, 2018, of Hugh Lynch, Kilnockin, Fethard, and formerly of Dungimmon, Mount Nugent, Co Cavan. Hugh, predeceased by his sister Margaret. Deeply regretted by his loving wife Ann, his daughter Finola, brothers Michael and Philip, sister Ellen, son-in-law Tom, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, grandchildren Lisa, Jean, Tommy and Richard, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. May he rest in peace.

Reposing at home in Kilnockin on Saturday, February 17th, from 4.30pm to 8pm Funeral Mass in the Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard on Sunday at 11am followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery.The death has occurred on Friday, February 16, 2018, of Hugh Lynch, Kilnockin, Fethard, and formerly of Dungimmon, Mount Nugent, Co Cavan. Hugh, predeceased by his sister Margaret. Deeply regretted by his loving wife Ann, his daughter Finola, brothers Michael and Philip, sister Ellen, son-in-law Tom, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, grandchildren Lisa, Jean, Tommy and Richard, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. May he rest in peace.

Reposing at home in Kilnockin on Saturday, February 17, from 4.30pm to 8pm. Funeral Mass in the Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, on Sunday at 11am followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery.

Died Recently in Callan, Co. Kilkenny
The death has occurred on Wednesday, February 14, 2018, of Ellen (Nellie) Fleming (née Noonan), Fearanshea, Fethard, and Holyhill, Westcourt, Callan, Co. Kilkenny, peacefully at St. Luke’s Hospital, Kilkenny. 

Nellie, predeceased by her husband John, is deeply regretted by her loving family, sister Nancy Buckley (Callan), brother Jimmy Noonan (England), nieces, nephews, relatives, family and friends. May Nellie Rest in Peace

Reposing in Molloy’s Funeral Home, Callan, on Thursday, February 15, from 6pm with Rosary and Vigil Prayers at 7pm. Funeral Prayers on Friday morning followed by removal to The Church of the Assumption, Callan, for Requiem Mass at 11am. Burial afterwards in Calvary Cemetery, Fethard, Co. Tipperary. The death has occurred on Wednesday, February 14, 2018, of Ellen (Nellie) Fleming (née Noonan), Fearanshea, Fethard, and Holyhill, Westcourt, Callan, Co. Kilkenny, peacefully at St. Luke’s Hospital, Kilkenny.

Nellie, predeceased by her husband John, is deeply regretted by her loving family, sister Nancy Buckley (Callan), brother Jimmy Noonan (England), nieces, nephews, relatives, family and friends. May Nellie Rest in Peace

Reposing in Molloy’s Funeral Home, Callan, on Thursday, February 15, from 6pm with Rosary and Vigil Prayers at 7pm. Funeral Prayers on Friday morning followed by removal to The Church of the Assumption, Callan, for Requiem Mass at 11am. Burial afterwards in Calvary Cemetery, Fethard, Co. Tipperary.

Social dancing at Fethard Ballroom to 'Update'
Musicians Jim and Noel from 'Update' photographed in Fethard Ballroom when they last played for the Ballroom’s Christmas Party, back by popular demand this coming Sunday, February 18.
Musicians Jim and Noel from 'Update' photographed in Fethard Ballroom when they last played for the Ballroom’s Christmas Party, back by popular demand this coming Sunday, February 18.

Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on this coming Sunday Night, February 18, to the very popular music of 'Update' who also played for the Ballroom's Christmas Party and back by popular demand. All are 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.

Bad weather didn’t deter book lovers from Annual Book Fair
Snowfalls and treacherous roads may have posed a challenge but didn't prevent over thirty bookdealers arriving safely (and promptly) in Fethard last Sunday morning 11th February for the 23rd Annual Tipperariana Book Fair. They travelled from as far afield as West Cork, Dublin, Wexford, Kilkenny, Limerick, Laois, Offaly and Waterford for the Book Fair they themselves rate as the finest one-day book event in the country. As usual, Tipperary was well represented with booksellers from Clonmel, Thurles and Cahir as well as local Fethard man Rory Walsh.

Snowfalls and treacherous roads may have posed a challenge but didn't prevent over thirty bookdealers arriving safely (and promptly) in Fethard last Sunday morning 11th February for the 23rd Annual Tipperariana Book Fair. They travelled from as far afield as West Cork, Dublin, Wexford, Kilkenny, Limerick, Laois, Offaly and Waterford for the Book Fair they themselves rate as the finest one-day book event in the country. As usual, Tipperary was well represented with booksellers from Clonmel, Thurles and Cahir as well as local Fethard man Rory Walsh.

Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Meave Moclair, Maree Moclair and Sinead Moclair from Fethard.
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Meave Moclair, Maree Moclair and Sinead Moclair from Fethard.

Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: John Ryan, Dick Gough and Denis O'Donovan
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: John Ryan, Dick Gough and Denis O'Donovan


Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Brendan Kenny and Bernadette McManus
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Brendan Kenny and Bernadette McManus


There was literally something for everyone such was the variety of books, memorabilia and collectibles on display. Antiquarian books, historical volumes and special interest literature were supplemented by popular fiction, biographies, literary classics and children's books.

The Fethard Historical Society has its own stall each year at the Book Fair and it relies on donations from the public. This year proved a bonanza year for the Society as it received a number of generous donations of exceptionally fine books, most of which sold during the course of the afternoon. The proceeds from the books sold by the society go to finance its activities throughout the year.

Having a chat at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Terry Cunningham (organiser) and Seamus King (Cashel).
Having a chat at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Terry Cunningham (organiser) and Seamus King (Cashel).

Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: visitors Tomás O Cadhain, Richard Long and Mark McNally from Moycullen Historical Society, Co. Galway, who are hoping to organise a similar Book Fair in Galway.
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: visitors Tomás O Cadhain, Richard Long and Mark McNally from Moycullen Historical Society, Co. Galway, who are hoping to organise a similar Book Fair in Galway.


Long time supporter, Peter Binder, browsing at the book fair
Long time supporter, Peter Binder, browsing at the book fair


Don and Breda Daws, O'Neill Books, Thomastown, Kilkenny, at their stall.
Don and Breda Daws, O'Neill Books, Thomastown, Kilkenny, at their stall.

The Café was busy from the outset providing an endless supply of teas, coffees, sandwiches and delicious home-made treats. As well as providing a welcome respite from the inclement weather outside, the café also served as the perfect venue for meeting up with friends, taking a breather from browsing the bookstalls and reviewing purchases. The ladies running the café were delighted to have the assistance of local secondary school students Samantha Buckley, Emma Geoghegan and Sam Quigley.

Eamonn Sweeney returned to the Book Fair again this year with his keyboard to provide the background music that adds so much to the ambiance and which has become a signature trademark of the event.

Winners of the 'Tipperariana Book of The Year 2017' are members of the editorial committee who had a stall at this year's Book Fair in Fethard and sold all copies of their winning publication 'Boherlahan-Dualla Historical Journal Vol. 20'. Back L to R: Tom Ryan, Paddy O'Dwyer. Front L to R: Alice Coman, Mary Ryan and Marian Ryan.
Winners of the 'Tipperariana Book of The Year 2017' are members of the editorial committee who had a stall at this year's Book Fair in Fethard and sold all copies of their winning publication 'Boherlahan-Dualla Historical Journal Vol. 20'. Back L to R: Tom Ryan, Paddy O'Dwyer. Front L to R: Alice Coman, Mary Ryan and Marian Ryan.

Prominent among the authors present was the winner of the Tipperariana Book of the Year Award 2017, the Boherlahan Dualla Historical Journal. Editors Marian Ryan and Paddy O'Dwyer were there with other members of the committee. The committee are to be commended for producing such a wonderful journal to such a consistently high standard for the past twenty years. The last available copies of the Journal sold out at the Book Fair but there are still some back issues of previous journals available.

A highlight of the afternoon was the raffle and, coincidentally, all the winners are long-time, faithful supporters of the Book Fair: 1st Prize a Valentine's Hamper was won by Mary Alice O'Connor; 2nd Prize the definitive book on Fethard by Michael O'Donnell was won by Eileen Scanlan; 3rd Prize a Framed Photo of Holy Trinity Church, was won by Bernadette McManus; and 4th Prize a Box of Chocolates was won by Catherine Ryan.

Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are Front L to R: Tristan Byrne, Ewan Byrne. Back L to R: Freya Byrne and Ines Byrne all from Killusty.
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are Front L to R: Tristan Byrne, Ewan Byrne. Back L to R: Freya Byrne and Ines Byrne all from Killusty.

Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: John Carew, Sean Nugent and Canon Tom Breen A.P.
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: John Carew, Sean Nugent and Canon Tom Breen A.P.

Helping at the Book Fair Information Stall are L to R: Marie Murphy and Gemma Burke.
Helping at the Book Fair Information Stall are L to R: Marie Murphy and Gemma Burke.

As a thank-you to the bookdealers for their ongoing support of and participation in the Fair, the Fethard Historical Society always holds a special raffle for them which sees the lucky winner refunded the fee for his stall. This year's winner was Maurice Regan, Paulstown Books.

Sunday's snowy weather may have caused a slow start to the Book Fair but as the afternoon progressed there was a continuous stream of customers, lots of familiar faces and a surprising number of new visitors who had travelled quite a distance- from Dublin, Galway and Waterford to name a few. Overall, even though numbers were slightly down on previous years, sales of books remained high so this year's Book Fair proved as successful as all the others.

Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: James Scully and Pat Coffey (Clonmel)
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: James Scully and Pat Coffey (Clonmel)

Eddie Power, Clonmel, photographed at his stall at the Tipperariana Book Fair
Eddie Power, Clonmel, photographed at his stall at the Tipperariana Book Fair


Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Triona Burke, Lily Tobin and Gillian Tobin
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Triona Burke, Lily Tobin and Gillian Tobin

Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Catherine Ryan, Siobhán Hayes, Mary Hanrahan and Holly Hayes.
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Catherine Ryan, Siobhán Hayes, Mary Hanrahan and Holly Hayes.

Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Theresa Nolan, Willie Nolan and Des Marnane
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair at Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Theresa Nolan, Willie Nolan and Des Marnane

Pupils of Fethard Patrician Presentation School helping at the book fair L to R: Samantha Buckley, Sam Quigley and Emma Geoghegan.
Pupils of Fethard Patrician Presentation School helping at the book fair L to R: Samantha Buckley, Sam Quigley and Emma Geoghegan.

Interested collectors browsing at John Ryan’s stall.
Interested collectors browsing at John Ryan’s stall.

Fethard Historical Society’s second-hand book stall.
Fethard Historical Society’s second-hand book stall.

It is worth noting that without the availability of premises such as the Fethard Ballroom it would not be possible to hold an event such as the Book Fair. The new Ballroom committee are to be commended for the efficient running of the Ballroom and the Fethard Historical Society wishes to acknowledge the assistance afforded to them without which the Book Fair would not take place.

Community Games news
Table Quiz team photographed at the County Final of the Community Games U14 Table Quiz, held in the Presentation Secondary School, Thurles, on Friday night last. Back L to R: Isobel Maher, Clodagh Foley. Front L to R: Maryanne Fitzgerald and Amy Morrissey. Well done to these girls who gave a very good account of themselves.
Table Quiz team photographed at the County Final of the Community Games U14 Table Quiz, held in the Presentation Secondary School, Thurles, on Friday night last. Back L to R: Isobel Maher, Clodagh Foley. Front L to R: Maryanne Fitzgerald and Amy Morrissey. Well done to these girls who gave a very good account of themselves.

Fiona Barry, Tullamaine, was all set to travel to contest the U12 Recitation, one of the events on the Talent programme is Silvermines last Sunday, but unfortunately this was postponed until next Friday night, February 16, at 7.30pm due to bad weather. Best of Luck again Fiona.

Entries for the County Finals of Swimming closed on last Sunday and it looks like being a massive event in Thurles this Sunday, February 18. Warm up takes place between 9am and 9.15am for girls, and between 9.15am and 9.30am for boys. Competitions commence at 9.30am. The full programme of swimming events published on the sports pages of Nationalist.

Art and Handwriting - please contact Noreen Sheehy
Parents of any child who came first or second in either the Art or Handwriting are asked to please immediately contact Noreen Sheehy at 087 3184298 to confirm that your child will attend as the closing date for entries with the County Board is Sunday next, February 18. Your place may be offered to the runner up if you are not available. Please take note that those going to the county final must also pay a further €2 entry fee to Noreen or Siobhan Maher. Both Finals will take place in Presentation Secondary School, Thurles on Sunday, February 24. Handwriting will commence at 10am and Art at 12noon. Best of luck to all.

Fethard RFC Girls through to Munster Cup semifinal
Fethard U15 Girls Rugby team that qualified for the Munster Cup semifinal. Back L to R: Hannah Green (supporter), Evelyn Gayson Molloy, Marta Gonzalez, Sophia O’Brien, Aoibhe Gayson, Natasha McGarry, Eabha Fitzgerald, Shauna Maher, Nicole Vaughan, Hannah McCabe. Front L to R: Aisling Morrissey, Orlaith Breen, Kate Flannery, Lucy Murphy, Karen Bennett, Annica O’Connor and Ella Shelley
Fethard U15 Girls Rugby team that qualified for the Munster Cup semifinal. Back L to R: Hannah Green (supporter), Evelyn Gayson Molloy, Marta Gonzalez, Sophia O’Brien, Aoibhe Gayson, Natasha McGarry, Eabha Fitzgerald, Shauna Maher, Nicole Vaughan, Hannah McCabe. Front L to R: Aisling Morrissey, Orlaith Breen, Kate Flannery, Lucy Murphy, Karen Bennett, Annica O’Connor and Ella Shelley

Fethard U15 Girls Rugby are through to the Munster Cup Semi Finals, following their emphatic victory over the newly formed combined team of two strong Ladies Limerick clubs of St Mary's RFC & UL Bohs last Saturday.

Unfortunately, after the recent wet weather and overnight deluge of rain - particularly over Fethard Community Field - the pitch was not playable. So, swiftly Kilfeacle RFC confirmed 90 minutes before kick-off, that they very generously would allow us to relocate for this tough Munster Cup quarter-final game.

Our Fethard squad quickly organised themselves under captain Kate Flannery at out half with a great kick off. With incredible encouragement and good teamwork by all, very soon Karen Bennett at inside centre sprinted away with the first of her two tries, and Karen was solid on all areas of the pitch in attack and defence. Aoibhe Gayson converted the first of her seven kicks as well as scoring the 7th try of the match near the end of the second half. Strong runs from Aoibhe and the girls our second try came from Natasha McGarry at Openside flanker who powered through the opposition with great spirit. Natasha continued this throughout the game and proved vital in this game. St Mary's UL Bohs put a score on the board but unable to convert. Marta Gonzalez on the wing scored the third and her first try in her first competitive match for us as well as not letting anyone down the wing. Evelyn Gayson on the opposite wing put in some fantastic support runs and off loads with some great tackles, but following a cut to her knee in the first half was replaced by Hannah McCabe. Hannah who on only her second game gave great back up to the girls in midfield and another great asset to this team. Annica O'Connor at full back was great under the high balls and also used her great kicking skills to very good use, and put in strong runs to prove a menace to the opposition.

Nicole Vaughan at Number 8 was extremely strong throughout the hour and was robbing ball, tackling strongly, as well as making plenty of great ground, time after time. Ably assisted by Blindside flanker Orlaith Breen, who was quick to the rucks and offered the centres great support regularly. Our Front row with Eabha Fitzgerald at 2 whose great throwing in at the line outs, as well as putting in huge tackles in Midfield, made great ground and rucked strongly throughout as well as great off loads setting up tries. Sophia O'Brien at loose-head has improved tenfold, tackled and carried the ball throughout the whole 60 minutes alongside the support of great tight-head prop Shauna Maher, who kept the opposition back at the breakdown, as well as vital tackling and ball carrying for the team to make ground and strong support throughout.

Our second row Aisling Morrissey was solid on defence and tackled at every opportunity as she had to keep the defence tight. Working well with versatile Ella Shelley, after proving strong support with her quick hands and sharp thinking, off loaded the ball out to the wings. Ella then moved out to the wing and again proved solid on attack with smart hands to change the direction of the game.

Our Scrum half Lucy Murphy encouraging and marshalling the charges, gives confidence to the team putting in tackles at all opportunities, and carrying ball, off-loading swiftly, as well as quick feet and hands at the breakdown to off load to formidable Kate Flannery. Kate was top try scorer of the match with three tries and her first try came in the second half which was from a quick thinking free and there was no stopping her. St Mary's UL Bohs scored their second try to up the intensity of the game, but the Fethard girls continued their hard work to secure the ball at every opportunity to confirm their great teamwork. Not forgetting those important team players who were unable to play this weekend of Niamh Doyle, Orla Maher, Niamh Flatley, Ciara Scanlon, Lia Coady, Ciara Moloney and Amanda O'Keeffe. A solid team performance by this girl's team to make their Coaches, parents and club very proud. Thank you girls, you are a super bunch to coach.

Thank you very much to Jason Flannery for his great work with these girls. Also this season, we have to also thank Pat O'Donnell, Michael Fogarty, Edel McMahon, Matt Brown (Munster Rugby) and Thomas Murphy who have all given their time to work on different aspects of the girls games.

Also, I must not forget the wonderful support from all the parents and Joe Griffiths to encourage the girls to continue progressing. Furthermore vital sponsorship support from our sponsors O'Donnell Fencing.

New girls are always welcome to join us on Monday evenings in Rosegreen 7.30pm to 8.30pm and Friday evenings in Fethard. Girls rugby from age 6 to 18, yes we have something upcoming for every lady in the district. We will soon be starting up our Sevens Rugby as well as setting up a tag/touch rugby for youth girls in the early spring. Also would you be interested in U20s Ladies or a Ladies Sevens team for the craic? If interested in 'Giving it A Try', contact Polly on Tel: 086 339 4959. Come on the future for the girls in green.

Fethard boys remain on track for promotion
Emmet O’Shea heading for the try line in Fethard’s victory over Douglas/Carrigaline
Emmet O’Shea heading for the try line in Fethard’s victory over Douglas/Carrigaline

Fethard got their league campaign back on the road on Sunday last following a prolonged Christmas break due to the extreme weather conditions over the last few weeks. Douglas /Carrigaline travelled to Tipperary on Sunday in what was a top of the league clash against the bottom. Fethard were quick to get on the scoreboard when a strong scrum on the 22 saw Conor Kavanagh split the defence to score an opportunistic try. It was long when a cross field kick was gathered by P.J. Morrissey who crossed for a try. Fethard lineout worked well with Paul Maloney and Cian O'Connell dominating while in the scrum also was solid with Jamie McCormack, Chris Large and Tommy Keavney more than holding their own. Gary Kavanagh and Joe Morgan crossed for further tries leaving the half time score 26-0, Kavanagh adding three conversions.


Jamie Mc Cormack is try bound
Jamie McCormack is try bound

Thanks from Community Soup Kitchen Food Drive
Our very grateful thanks to all the people in Fethard who generously donated to the Clonmel Community Soup Kitchen Food Drive for Christmas 2017.

We are a solely voluntary organisation who provide Free Hot Food in the Clonmel Community Soup Kitchen from the Clonmel Railway Station cafe two evenings per week in Clonmel. We are hosted by the IUNVA, Post 24, and our doors are open to all, everyone is welcomed with Soup, Sandwiches, Tea and Coffee.

Due to the demand we also provide free groceries 6 days per week to families in the area of Clonmel, Cahir, Fethard, Cashel and Carrick on Suir. At present we have approx 115 families who receive donations from us on a weekly basis. We are able to do this because of the donations that we receive from local supermarkets, Tesco, Aldi and Lidl through Food Cloud but most importantly from the donations of shelf items, such as tea coffee sugar, cereal, pasta, rice, soup etc from you the local community. We are a completely voluntary group, with over 20 members, who give their time to keep this initiative going.

Our numbers are ever increasing with families and people finding it difficult to put basic food on the table every week, we are a completely confidential service, people can just contact us and we will arrange for some items to be delivered to them on a weekly basis. But we cannot keep this going without the continued support from you.

At Christmas, through the generous donation from the people in Fethard, Clonmel, Cahir and surrounding areas, we supplied 115 families with full hampers, provided over fifty-six meals at the annual Christmas Dinner, on Christmas Eve, thirty-six families received Turkey Ham and the trimmings for Christmas Day, and since then we have been able to include long life items in the shopping bags.

Our thanks to Pamela Sweeney for collecting and delivering the donation to us in the railway station. We do not know the names of all who donated from Fethard but we would like to thank you all, without your kindness and good will it would not be possible.
- Ina and Amanda on behalf of Clonmel Community Soup Kitchen.

Calling the Fethard 'Class of 1983' for April Reunion
Photographs are beginning to pour in for the Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School 'Class of 1983' reunion, which is being organised for anyone attending the class from Juniors to Leaving Cert, are all welcome to attend. The reunion is planned for Saturday, April 7, 2018, at McCarthy's Fethard. Contact Margaret (Trehy) Gleeson for further information. Email: margaret.gleeson5@googlemail.com

You can also view photographs and keep up to date at the group's event Class of 1983 Reunion FaceBook Page

Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The numbers drawn on February 7, were: 23, 24, 25 and 31. There was no jackpot winner and no 'Match Three' winner. Three drawn tickets received €50 each: Liam O'Connor, Knockelly Road, Fethard; Abagail Sheehan, Reflections, Fethard; and Anna Cooke, St., Patricks Place, Fethard.

The following three 'Lucky Dip' winners also received €50 each: John Hunt, Lisronagh; Brud Roche, Woodvale Walk, Fethard; and Ger McCarthy, Kerry Street, Fethard.

Next week's draw takes place on Wednesday, February 14. 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, February 9, were: 4, 21, 23 and 33. There was no jackpot winner and two 'match three' winners who received €75 each: Sally Butler, Kilknockin; and John Slattery, Coolmoyne.

The next draw takes place on Friday, February 16, when the jackpot is €20,000 and the sellers prize is €1,000. The 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 funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

Died Recently
The death has occurred on Thursday, February 8, 2018, of Ann Daly (née Slattery), St Patricks Place, Fethard. Ann, pre-deceased by her husband Arthur, deeply regretted by Liam, Marie, Majella, Arthur, Roger and Pamela, sisters Maura and Delia, brother Noel, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, relatives, neighbours and friends. May she rest in peace.

Reposing at her son Liam's residence at Rocklow Road, Fethard, on Friday, February 9, from 5pm to 8pm. Funeral Mass in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, on Saturday at 11am followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery. The death has occurred on Thursday, February 8, 2018, of Ann Daly (née Slattery), St Patricks Place, Fethard. Ann, pre-deceased by her husband Arthur, deeply regretted by Liam, Marie, Majella, Arthur, Roger and Pamela, sisters Maura and Delia, brother Noel, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, relatives, neighbours and friends. May she rest in peace.

Reposing at her son Liam's residence at Rocklow Road, Fethard, on Friday, February 9, from 5pm to 8pm. Funeral Mass in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, on Saturday at 11am followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery.

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



Baby Marie O'Meara, daughter of Nora and Michael O'Meara, St. Patrick's Place, who won first prize in the under six-months section at Fethard Festival Baby Show on June 27, 1982,

Austin O'Flynn (centre) photographed with Peter O'Dwyer (left) and Mary Bourke who won the individual Disco Dancing competition at Fethard Festival Disco that opened Fethard Festival on Thursday, June 24, 1982.
Austin O'Flynn (centre) photographed with Peter O'Dwyer (left) and Mary Bourke who won the individual Disco Dancing competition at Fethard Festival Disco that opened Fethard Festival on Thursday, June 24, 1982.


Aidan Kenny, if you're wondering where Jason got his climbing skills look no further than this photo from June 1982.

Big welcome for American visitors from Rocklands GAA Club, New York
The Fethard boys U16 football team that played a visiting team from Rocklands GAA Club, New York, in a challenge game in the Barrack Field on July 31 1982 and attended a special reception in the Fethard Arms afterwards. The Americans were excellent fielders and got amazing length into their rather unorthodox method of kicking, and won by double scores, 2-13 to 1-6.
The Fethard boys U16 football team that played a visiting team from Rocklands GAA Club, New York, in a challenge game in the Barrack Field on July 31, 1982, and attended a special reception in the Fethard Arms afterwards. The Americans were excellent fielders and got amazing length into their rather unorthodox method of kicking, and won by double scores, 2-13 to 1-6.

Rocklands GAA Club U16 Football Team, New York,

Big welcome for American visitors
Nationalist August 14, 1982


The under-16 Gaelic football team from Rocklands GAA Club, New York, proved, too strong for the Fethard under-16 team in a challenge game at Fethard on July 31, 1982.

Lacking a little in the fundamental skills of the game, the Americans were excellent fielders and got amazing length for juveniles into their rather unorthodox method of kicking.

Their athleticism, competitiveness, fitness, spirit and combination really amazed the large attendance and one feels it is on these lines local interests should endeavour to develop the game as a means of improving standards. Rocklands won by double scores, 2-13 to 1-6. A brilliant display of goalkeeping by Fethard custodian Tom Ryan saved Fethard, last year's runaway winners of the county under-15 title, from a heavier defeat. In fairness to the Fethard boys a number of their best players were feeling the effects of a gruelling South Tipp minor final against Carrick Swans the previous night.

Special functions were laid on by the Fethard club for the young visitors and their mentors. Trophies were exchanged between Fethard Juvenile chairman; Ned Sheehan, and his American counterpart. The Americans, who had already beaten teams in Cork and Clare, stated Fethard were their strongest opponents on their Irish tour and also paid great tribute to the excellence of the Fethard playing pitch.

Their display was a treat to Watch and they are more than welcome back in Fethard on I any future tours.








First Communion in Moyglass (22/5/94)
First Communion in Moyglass (May 22, 1994)


This group was photographed in the mid 1980s while they were school friends. By the time the 1988 Emigrants Newsletter was published, they are separated by the need to emigrate in search of work. Back left to right: Vincent Murphy, Willie O’Meara, Tommy Sheehan, John Sheehan, Harry Bradshaw, James Connolly, Annette Sheehan, Francis Kearney. Front: Willie Morrissey, Roger Mehta, Peter O’Dwyer, Philip Ryan, Michael Ryan and Owen Cummins.


Group photographed at the Fethard St. Patrick's A.C. Dinner Dance held in Keans Cahir House Hotel, on Saturday, January 29, 1983.

More information on the 'Big Apple' and the official opening day on July 23, 1982.

Night Club for Fethard (Nationalist July 17, 1982)

The 'Big Apple' night club in Fethard is one of the newest night spots to be opened in Tipperary for many years. From Friday, July 23, 1982, the whole scene of the former Country Club ballroom will change from the sounds of the ballroom days to flashing lights and disco music. 

The management of the Country Club are bringing the club style of entertainment to Fethard - £30,000 worth of psychedelic lighting is being installed by Michael Foley, Lighting Contractor, Dublin. Many DJs from around the country will appear at the 'Big Apple' playing all the latest records in the Irish and British charts.

The management of the club appeal to all patrons to dress properly, and those wearing denims, leather jackets or any other garments that would take from the good name of the Club will not be admitted. For the present the Club will be held on Friday nights, but they hope to have Sunday night discos as well.


At the 'Big Apple Disco' in Fethard Ballroom in September 1982!
Complimentary ticket to the Big Apple Disco, held on Friday nights in Fethard Country Club Ballroom in the early 1980s


A group of young Fethard boys photographed at a Judo Exhibition held in Fethard Ballroom in September 1982 with a view to forming a local club. The club was formed one month later, October 9, 1982, by Michael O’Meara and Johnny Sheehan, both from St. Patrick’s Place, Fethard, and achieved considerable success at all levels over the following years.

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 fethardnews@gmail.com or delivered by hand to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard.

Share this page on Facebook


 

 


ARCHIVED
NEWS


Feb 12 2018
Feb 05 2018
Jan 29 2018
Jan 22 2018
Jan 15 2018
Jan 08 2018
Jan 01 2018
Dec 25 2017
Dec 18 2017
Dec 11 2017
Dec 04 2017
Nov 27 2017
Nov 20 2017
Nov 13 2017
Nov 06 2017
Oct 30 2017
Oct 23 2017
Oct 16 2017
Oct 09 2017
Oct 02 2017
Sep 25 2017
Sep 18 2017
Sep 11 2017
Sep 04 2017
Aug 28 2017
Aug 21 2017
Aug 14 2017
Aug 07 2017
Jul 31 2017
Jul 24 2017
Jul 17 2017
Jul 10 2017
Jul 03 2017
Jun 26 2017
Jun 19 2017
Jun 12 2017
Jun 05 2017
May 29 2017
May 22 2017
May 15 2017
May 08 2017
May 01 2017
Apr 24 2017
Apr 17 2017
Apr 10 2017
Apr 03 2017
Mar 27 2017
Mar 20 2017
Mar 13 2017
Mar 06 2017
Feb 27 2017
Feb 20 2017
Feb 13 2017
Feb 06 2017
Jan 30 2017
Jan 23 2017
Jan 16 2017
Jan 09 2017
Jan 02 2017
Dec 26 2016
Dec 19 2016
Dec 12 2016
Dec 05 2016
Nov 28 2016
Nov 21 2016
Nov 14 2016
Nov 07 2016
Oct 31 2016
Oct 24 2016
Oct 17 2016
Oct 10 2016
Oct 03 2016
Sep 26 2016
Sep 19 2016
Sep 12 2016
Sep 05 2016
Aug 29 2016
Aug 22 2016
Aug 15 2016
Aug 08 2016
Aug 01 2016
Jul 25 2016
Jul 18 2016
Jul 11 2016
Jul 04 2016
Jun 27 2016
Jun 20 2016
Jun 13 2016
Jun 06 2016
May 30 2016
May 23 2016
May 16 2016
May 09 2016
May 02 2016
Apr 25 2016
Apr 18 2016
Apr 11 2016
Apr 04 2016
Mar 28 2016
Mar 21 2016
Mar 14 2016
Mar 07 2016
Feb 29 2016
Feb 22 2016
Feb 15 2016
Feb 08 2016
Feb 01 2016
Jan 25 2016
Jan 18 2016
Jan 11 2016
Jan 04 2016
Dec 28 2015
Dec 21 2015
Dec 14 2015
Dec 07 2015
Nov 30 2015
Nov 23 2015
Nov 16 2015
Nov 09 2015
Nov 02 2015
Oct 26 2015
Oct 19 2015
Oct 12 2015
Oct 05 2015
Sep 28 2015
Sep 21 2015
Sep 14 2015
Sep 07 2015
Aug 31 2015
Aug 24 2015
Aug 17 2015
Aug 10 2015
Aug 03 2015
Jul 27 2015
Jul 20 2015
Jul 13 2015
Jul 06 2015
Jun 29 2015
Jun 22 2015
Jun 15 2015
Jun 08 2015
Jun 01 2015
May 25 2015
May 18 2015
May 11 2015
May 04 2015
Apr 27 2015
Apr 20 2015
Apr 13 2015
Apr 06 2015
Mar 30 2015
Mar 23 2015
Mar 16 2015
Mar 09 2015
Mar 02 2015
Feb 23 2015
Feb 16 2015
Feb 09 2015
Feb 02 2015
Jan 26 2015
Jan 19 2015
Jan 12 2015
Jan 05 2015
Dec 29 2014
Dec 22 2014
Dec 15 2014
Dec 08 2014
Dec 01 2014
Nov 24 2014
Nov 17 2014
Nov 10 2014
Nov 03 2014
Oct 27 2014
Oct 20 2014
Oct 13 2014
Oct 06 2014
Sep 29 2014
Sep 22 2014
Sep 15 2014
Sep 08 2014
Sep 01 2014
Aug 25 2014
Aug 18 2014
Aug 11 2014
Aug 04 2014
Jul 28 2014
Jul 21 2014
Jul 14 2014
Jul 07 2014
Jun 30 2014
Jun 23 2014
Jun 16 2014
Jun 09 2014
Jun 02 2014
May 26 2014
May 19 2014
May 12 2014
May 05 2014
Apr 28 2014
Apr 21 2014
Apr 14 2014
Apr 07 2014
Mar 31 2014
Mar 24 2014
Mar 17 2014
Mar 10 2014
Mar 03 2014
Feb 24 2014
Feb 17 2014
Feb 10 2014
Feb 03 2014
Jan 27 2014
Jan 20 2014
Jan 13 2014
Jan 03 2014
Dec 30 2013
23rd Dec 2013
16th Dec 2013
09th Dec 2013
02nd Dec 2013
25th Nov 2013
18th Nov 2013
11th Nov 2013
04th Nov 2013
28th Oct 2013
21st Oct 2013
14th Oct 2013
07th Oct 2013
30th Sep 2013
23rd Sep 2013
16th Sep 2013
09th Sep 2013
02nd Sep 2013
26th Aug 2013
19th Aug 2013
12th Aug 2013
05th Aug 2013
29th Jul 2013
22nd Jul 2013
15th Jul 2013
08th Jul 2013
01st Jul 2013
24th Jun 2013
17th Jun 2013
10th Jun 2013
03rd Jun 2013
27th May 2013
20th May 2013
13th May 2013
06th May 2013
29th Apr 2013
22nd Apr 2013
15th Apr 2013
08th Apr 2013
01st Apr 2013
25th Mar 2013
18th Mar 2013
11th Mar 2013
04th Mar 2013
25th Feb 2013
18th Feb 2013
11th Feb 2013
04th Feb 2013
28th Jan 2013
21st Jan 2013
14th Jan 2013
07th Jan 2013
31st Dec 2012
24th Dec 2012
17th Dec 2012
10th Dec 2012
03rd Dec 2012
26th Nov 2012
19th Nov 2012
12th Nov 2012
05th Nov 2012
29th Oct 2012
22nd Oct 2012
15th Oct 2012
08th Oct 2012
01st Oct 2012
24th Sep 2012
17th Sep 2012
10th Sep 2012
03rd Sep 2012
27th Aug 2012
20th Aug 2012
13th Aug 2012
06th Aug 2012
30th Jul 2012
23rd Jul 2012
16th Jul 2012
09th Jul 2012
2nd Jul 2012
25th Jun 2012
18th Jun 2012
11th Jun 2012
04th Jun 2012
28th May 2012
21st May 2012
14th May 2012
07th May 2012
30th Apr 2012
23rd Apr 2012
16th Apr 2012
09th Apr 2012
02nd Apr 2012
26th Mar 2012
19th Mar 2012
12th Mar 2012
05th Mar 2012
27th Feb 2012
20th Feb 2012
13th Feb 2012
06th Feb 2012
30th Jan 2012
23rd Jan 2012
16th Jan 2012
09th Jan 2012
02nd Jan 2012
26th Dec 2011
19th Dec 2011
12th Dec 2011
05th Dec 2011
28th Nov 2011
21st Nov 2011
14th Nov 2011
07th Nov 2011
31st Oct 2011
24th Oct 2011
17th Oct 2011
10th Oct 2011
03rd Oct 2011
26th Sep 2011
19th Sep 2011
12th Sep 2011
05th Sep 2011
29th Aug 2011
22nd Aug 2011
15th Aug 2011
08th Aug 2011
01st Aug 2011
25th Jul 2011
18th Jul 2011
11th Jul 2011
04th Jul 2011
27th Jun 2011
20th Jun 2011
13th Jun 2011
06th Jun 2011
30th May 2011
23rd May 2011
16th May 2011
09th May 2011
02nd May 2011
25th Apr 2011
18th Apr 2011
11th Apr 2011
04th Apr 2011
28th Mar 2011
21st Mar 2011
14th Mar 2011
07th Mar 2011
28th Feb 2011
21st Feb 2011
14th Feb 2011
07th Feb 2011
31st Jan 2011
24th Jan 2011
17th Jan 2011
10th Jan 2011
03rd Jan 2011
27th Dec 2010
20th Dec 2010
13th Dec 2010
06th Dec 2010
29th Nov 2010
22nd Nov 2010
15th Nov 2010
08th Nov 2010
01st Nov 2010
25th Oct 2010
18th Oct 2010
11th Oct 2010
04th Oct 2010
27th Sep 2010
20th Sep 2010
13th Sep 2010
06th Sep 2010
30th Aug 2010
23rd Aug 2010
16th Aug 2010
09th Aug 2010
02nd Aug 2010
26th Jul 2010
19th Jul 2010
12th Jul 2010
05th Jul 2010
28th Jun 2010
21st Jun 2010
14th Jun 2010
07th Jun 2010
31st May 2010
24th May 2010
17th May 2010
10th May 2010
03rd May 2010
26th Apr 2010
19th Apr 2010
12th Apr 2010
05th Apr 2010
29th Mar 2010
22nd Mar 2010
15th Mar 2010
08th Mar 2010
01st Mar 2010
22nd Feb 2010
15th Feb 2010
08th Feb 2010
01st Feb 2010
25th Jan 2010
18th Jan 2010
11th Jan 2010
04th 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
Feb 23 2004
Feb 16 2004
Feb 09 2004
Feb 03 2004
Jan 29 2004
Jan 21 2004
Jan 11 2004
Dec 31 2003
Dec 20 2003
Dec 12 2003
Dec 01 2003
Nov 22 2003
Nov 17 2003
Nov 10 2003
Nov 05 2003
Nov 02 2003
Oct 27 2003
Oct 22 2003
Oct 13 2003
Oct 06 2003
Sep 29 2003
Sep 22 2003
Sep 14 2003
Sep 08 2003
Sep 01 2003
Aug 25 2003
Aug 19 2003
Aug 14 2003
Aug 11 2003
Aug 08 2003
Jul 30 2003
Jul 22 2003
Jul 14 2003
Jun 29 2003
Jun 22 2003
Jun 06 2003
Jun 04 2003
May 26 2003
May 19 2003
May 11 2003
May 07 2003
Apr 22 2003
Apr 14 2003
Apr 10 2003
Apr 07 2003
Apr 01 2003
Mar 24 2003
Mar 18 2003
Mar 07 2003
Mar 03 2003
Feb 10 2003
Feb 06 2003
Jan 29 2003
Jan 26 2003
Jan 15 2003
Jan 08 2003
Jan 05 2003
Dec 30 2002
Dec 20 2002
Dec 16 2002
Dec 13 2002
Dec 09 2002
Dec 03 2003
Dec 01 2002
Nov 24 2002
Nov 15 2002
Nov 11 2002
Nov 09 2002
Nov 04 2002
Oct 28 2002
Oct 21 2002
Oct 14 2002
Oct 07 2002
Oct 04 2002
Sep 30 2002
Sep 23 2002
Sep 16 2002
Sep 10 2002
Sep 06 2002
Sep 03 2002
Aug 26 2002
Aug 13 2002
Aug 08 2002
Aug 03 2002
Jul 26 2002
Jul 24 2002
Jul 15 2002
Jul 01 2002
Jun 25 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


CONTACT BY EMAIL