Sports Achievement Award for April
Members of Fethard Ladies U15 Rugby Team who were winners of Butlers Bar Fethard Sports Achievement Award for April. The award was presented by M.J. Croke, representing this month’s sponsor Cashel Motors. (Photos by Larry Kenny)
Fethard Ladies U15 rugby team were the winners of Butlers Bar Fethard Sports Achievement Award for April. This hugely successful team were treble winners this season, winning the Munster League, Munster Cup and the Ladies Rugby 7s tournament.
This month’s award was sponsored by Cashel Motors, represented by M.J. Croke, who presented the awards at a special presentation function in Butler’s Bar on Friday night, May 4. Nominations are now being taken for the Sports Achievement Award for May.
Photographed at the Butler's Bar Sports Achievement Award presentation for April are L to R: Liam Hayes and Paul Kavanagh, members of Fethard Rugby Club.
Social dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on this coming Sunday night, May 13, to the very popular music of ‘Muriel O’Connor and Fran Curry’. All are welcome to come along and enjoy a great night’s entertainment and social dancing from 9pm to midnight. Admission is €9, which includes tea and cakes.
Confirmation on this Friday, May 11
We wish all the boys and girls receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation on Friday, May 11, in our parish the very best, along with their families and teachers. The ceremony will commence at 11am in Holy Trinity Church and we welcome Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly to our parish to officiate at the ceremony.
Fethard Killusty Pony Show
A meeting of the Killusty Show will take place on this Friday night, May 11, in the Tirry Community Centre, Barrack Street, Fethard, and all are welcome especially anyone interested in helping us on the day of this year’s show on Saturday, July 7.
Congratulations to First Communion recipients
Boys and girls from Holy Trinity National School Fethard who received their First Holy Communion on May 5. Photographed above with their teachers, Ms Quigley (back), Ms Breen (left) and special needs assistant Ann-Marie Harty (right). Also included are Fr. Liam Everard P.P. and Canon Tom Breen (right)
On Saturday last, May 5, twenty-two pupils from Holy Trinity National School received their First Holy Communion in Fethard Parish Church attended by teachers, family members, friends and relatives of the children. The ceremony was officiated by Fr. Liam Everard P.P. and Canon Tom Breen. The following children received the sacrament: Mai Hayes, Adam Fox, Lauren Connolly, Hayley Farrell, Sinita Reilly, Daniel Gleeson, Paddy Reilly, Christopher Houlihan, Shay Murray-Breen, Pa Coffey, Dion Toohey-Power, Jimmy Higgins, Emma Roche, James Clooney, Conall Morrisson, Charlotte Walsh, Charlie Cawley, Mikey Breen, Sean Woods, Jason Trehy, Emma Murphy and Lily McGrath.
Fethard Community Playgroup Open Night for Parents
Children from Fethard Community Playgroup photographed with their Childcare workers while on their trips to Fethard Post Office, Fethard Horse Experience, Fethard Country Market, local schools, tour of the Town Wall and Daffodil Day as part of their project on ‘Identity and Belonging’ presented at the LIT Outdoors Matters Conference on April 21.
Fethard Community Playgroup will hold an Open Night for parents on Monday, May 21, from 7pm to 8pm. If your child will be attending our playgroup next year and have not yet filled in an enrolment form, this is an opportunity for you to do so. Please bring child’s vaccination dates and Personal Public Service (PPS) number on the night. Please note that forms will not be excepted after June as we are closed for the summer break.
Children from Fethard Community Playgroup photographed with their childcare workers on a recent visit to Patrician Presentation Secondary School where they got to see many different classrooms such as the woodwork room, science room, home economics room, art room and computer room. They also met siblings, past pupils, cousins and lots of familiar faces. The children really enjoyed their trip and sent a huge thank you to the school for being so welcoming and making it such a fun learning experience.
Fethard Playgroup children exploring the medieval chimneys at Fethard Town Hall
Staff members at Fethard Playgroup photographed at the presentation of their project on ‘Identity and Belonging’ at the LIT Outdoors Matters Conference on April 21.
Patrician Presentation Parents Association Lourdes Quiz
We held our annual Lourdes Quiz on Monday, April 16, in the youth centre. On a very bad night weather wise we had a smaller than usual crowd. However, we had a great night of fun and serious questions ably presented by our quizmaster John Fitzgerald and his son Eoin. Our parents association provided a great spread of food for the break and we had some great raffle prizes sponsored by Kenny’s Centra, Allen's Meats, Stephanie’s Hair Salon, AIB, McCarthy's and Easons Clonmel.
Quiz winners receiving their hampers sponsored by Kenny’s Centra Supermarket Fethard.
Thanks to everyone who supported us and parents who bought raffle tickets from the school. Thanks also to Connie for his help for every quiz and thanks to P.J. Henehan for his help in setting up the hall.
A total of €635.50 was raised which will go towards sending our two students, Shannon Thompson and Noelle O’Meara, to Lourdes as helpers. We wish them both the best of luck.
Fethard Historical Society AGM 2018
Fethard Historical Society's incoming committee elected at their AGM held on May 1 in the ICA Hall, Fethard. Back L to R: Maria Murphy, Canon Barbara Fryday, Michael Mallon, Rachel Murphy, Frances Murphy, Marie O’Donnell. Front L to R: Anne Gleeson (assistant secretary), Pat Looby (treasurer), Mary Hanrahan (chairperson), Catherine O’Flynn (assistant treasurer) and Terry Cunningham (vice-chairperson). Missing from photo are John Cooney (secretary) and Mary Healy (public relations officer).
The AGM of the Fethard Historical Society took place at 8.30 pm in the ICA Hall, Fethard on Tuesday, May 1. Terry Cunningham, chairperson, welcomed the large attendance and outlined the format of the meeting.
The reading of the minutes was followed by treasurer, Catherine O’Flynn, giving a comprehensive overview of the society’s financial affairs. The annual Tipperariana Book Fair was noted as the main source of income for the society and is used to fund lectures, subsidise outings and sponsor projects throughout the year. Annual membership fees for the society remained unchanged since the very first meeting thirty-years ago: €7 Individual, €10 Family, €5 Student, Senior Citizen and Unwaged.
Terry Cunningham outlined the society’s many activities held over the past year, with the highlights including a bus trip to the Nire valley with local historian Maura Barrett; and the 150th anniversary of the Fenian Rising of 1867, honouring Fethard leaders Thomas Francis Burke and Michael Doheny.
The society welcomed a number of visitors to Fethard for guided walking tours of the town throughout the year and, as usual, also provided scheduled walkabouts during Heritage Week and, on request, for local school groups. At present, Terry Cunningham, Colm McGrath and Mary Hanrahan conduct tours for the FHS and it is hoped to expand the service.
On March 23, the members celebrated the thirtieth anniversary of the founding of the society with a short seminar in the Abymill Theatre. The evening began with an audio-visual presentation, devised by Joe Kenny and Terry Cunningham, of the work accomplished over the last thirty years. Claire Lee, Senior Planner, Tipperary County Council, then presented the current plans for Fethard including the upcoming development of the East Gate Park. Alison Harvey, Heritage Council, was the keynote speaker, and she spoke about best practice in heritage and the future possibilities for places like Fethard. The evening concluded with a celebration upstairs.
Over the past thirty years much of the committee’s energies have been directed to matters which remain largely ‘unseen’, such as contributions to the Conservation and Management Plan for Fethard, the Public Realm Plan which informs Tipperary County Council’s Settlement Plans for the town, and the proposed Flood Relief Plans for Fethard last year. With these documents now in place, the society, thankfully, is no longer involved in planning issues relating to the town as they are now monitored by the relevant statutory bodies.
In conclusion, Terry observed that the Fethard Historical Society is now at a crossroads. Having expended much time on energy on ‘official’ matters, hopefully the committee will now have more time to reflect, to engage in further historical research, to plan and enjoy future outings. He thanked everyone who has been involved with the society and who has helped it to work so well down through the years.
Certificate of life-membership presented to Terry
The committee then surprised outgoing chairman Terry with a presentation in recognition of his long-dedicated service to the FHS. Catherine O’Flynn presented him with a certificate of life-membership and a voucher for Chez Hans.
The election of the new committee then took place as follows: Mary Hanrahan (chairperson), Terry Cunningham (vice-chairperson), Pat Looby (treasurer), Catherine O’Flynn (assistant treasurer), John Cooney (secretary), Anne Gleeson (assistant secretary), Mary Healy (public relations officer), Marie O’Donnell, Frances Murphy, Maria Murphy, Michael Mallon, Rachel Murphy and Canon Barbara Fryday. All members are welcome to attend the committee meetings which take place on the last Tuesday of the month at 8.30pm in the ICA Hall. New members are always most welcome.
New committee member, Rachel Murphy, then made a brief address to the meeting outlining the upcoming project to produce a digital map of historic Fethard.
The AGM finished with refreshments being served while the audio-visual retrospective of the Society’s activities over the past thirty years was shown.
Fethard & Killusty Community Games
Fethard & Killusty Area scored a hat-trick within a week after winning three South finals. The week commenced on Sunday April 29, with a win by the U14 girls football team over Powerstown Lisronagh. Team members were: Emily Spillane, Kaycie Ahearn, Jessica Moloney, Grainne Murray, Lily O'Mahoney, Heather Spillane, Ciara O'Meara. Isobel Maher, Aoibheann Collum, Katie Wyse, Maryanne Fitzgerald, Nicole Delaney, Aine Connolly, Kelly Ryan, Lucy Kenny and Clodagh Foley.
This great result was followed by success in U11 Hurling when our team, consisting of Miceál O'Rahilly, Rory O'Mahony, Jack Tobin, Criostóir Sheehy, Gavin Neville, Noah O'Flynn, T.J. Keane, Zach Smith, Richard Murphy, Lee Delaney, Troy Delaney, Kelvin Ryan, Daniel Barry, Alec Knightly and Sam Coen, defeated Cashel Rosegreen on Friday, May 4. The hat-trick was accomplished on Saturday, May 5, when the girls U12 football team, consisting of Lucy Brett, Freya Byrne, Grace Coen, Aoibheann Collum, Emaleigh Cuddihy, Meah Cuddihy, Kieran Daniels, Ailise Fitzgerald, Rebekah Cuddihy, Aoife Harrington, Isobel Herbert, Lucy Kenny, Sarah Moore, Zoe Prout and Emily Spillane. defeated Cahir.
A huge thank you to managers and coaches, Micheál Spillane, Sandra Spillane, Ed Collum, Jimmy Smith and everybody who helped on this historic journey. We look forward to an exciting afternoon at the county finals in Holycross next Saturday. Teams must check in half hour before their game. Admission for adults is €5.
Our U12 girls play Moycarkey Borris at 1pm; U14 girls play Boherlahan at 3pm and the U11 Hurling team play Newport at 4pm. The programme will commence at 12 noon with U10 football match between Powerstown and Newport, followed at 2pm with a Camogie between game Newport and Powerstown/Cahir. Winning teams to forward to Munster finals in University of Limerick on Saturday, July 7, unless drawn in preliminary match. Good Luck everybody.
Closing date and time for entries for Athletics with the County Board is 11.59pm on Sunday, June 3. Arrangements for area athletics will be announced shortly.
Enjoying the good weather
Sisters Lucy, Daisy and Ruby Kenny, Cois Falla, having a a bit of fun in the good weather at Fethard Playground (Photo by Larry Kenny)
Fethard Athletic Club
Congratulations to Gavin Ahearne on his very successful outing to the Tipperary AAI Track and Field Championship in Templemore on April 29. Gavin took the gold in the mens senior javelin, following in the footsteps of John Shortall, who also took the honours back in the late seventies.
Gavin has the ability and prospects of Munster and All-Ireland medals in his sight and time will tell! In the senior shot he came away with a silver medal for his efforts, centimetres off the gold.
This weekend we travel to Templemore for the Tipperary Juvenile Track and Field Championships with a well-prepared group of local athletes. Best of luck to all involved. Training continues in the Community Field.
The next local event is the annual ‘Walls of Fethard’ four-mile race and fun run, which takes place on Thursday, May 24, at 8pm. Registration from 6.45pm at the Convent Community Hall, Lower Main Street.
A Full Plate for a Full Life
Sinéad Delahunty, Castlehiggins, Fethard, will launch her first cookbook, based on her online food blog Delalicious, in FHC Experience, Fethard, on Friday next, May 11, from 7.30pm. All are welcome but please RSVP to email@example.com The book is available nationwide and also from O'Sullivans Pharmacy, Fethard and online via Collins Press and Easons.
‘DELALICIOUS’ is the first cookbook by Tipperary physiotherapist, food blogger, and Gaelic footballer, Sinéad Delahunty. Sinéad has learned many life lessons on the football field. Most importantly, she has mastered how to fuel her body healthily. Now, she shares over 90 recipes that are bursting with flavour and nutritional value to keep you ready for whatever life may throw at you.
Juggling a full-time job as a physiotherapist, a Gaelic football career and a food blog, Sinéad knows the pitfalls of being under time pressure. She shows how a healthy diet using wholesome real food ingredients is achievable for everyone by easily incorporating meal planning and the art of batch cooking into your routine. You will find numerous ideas for leftovers, plus down-to-earth guidance on food storage, and shopping lists for cupboard essentials and seasonal additions.
Featuring mouth-watering recipes for everything from breakfasts, lunches and dinners to decadent (yet nourishing!) treats and desserts, plus tips and tricks for snacking, this is the cookbook you've been waiting for to get your nutrition on track. The dishes are designed to energise your body before a workout, and repair it afterwards. Clear guides show how much space on your plate should be given to carbs, protein, and fruit and veg, depending on your level of activity that day.
“As a footballer myself, these recipes give me the energy I need to train, recover, work and perform, but you don't have to be an athlete to benefit from this book. Delalicious will give your body the nutrition it needs, whether you train to compete or exercise for health. The delicious, doable recipes embrace the natural food around us and will inspire you to eat for better health and boundless energy.”
Sinéad Delahunty’s farming background in Fethard, Co. Tipperary, inspired her passion for fresh ingredients. A Chartered Physiotherapist with the HSE in Dublin, Sinéad has played Gaelic football at the highest level for Tipperary and her Dublin club, Foxrock-Cabinteely. After the football field and the hospital, the kitchen is where you will find her, creating exciting dishes for her food blog Delalicious.com, which represented Ireland at the 2015 Cono Sur Food Bloggers Final in Paris and was named a Top 5 Irish Food Blog at the Irish Blog Awards 2016. She spent 2017 on a career break, backpacking across the globe, experiencing different cultures and cuisines.
“Not everything I have attempted or created in the kitchen has turned out as planned or even tasted in any way nice but that’s where patience, perseverance and practice come into play. Sport has taught me that you must learn from your mistakes, and cooking is no different. You must pick yourself up, dust off the flour, clean the pots and start again!”
Background Notes . . .
- Sinéad’s family tree traces a long line of farmers and home cooks from rural Tipperary. She comes from the heart of the Golden Vale, an area renowned for its fertile land and food in Ireland so it’s really no surprise that both are embedded in her life.
- Not only did Sinéad help out on the farm from a very young age but she was also in the kitchen quite a lot! Her mother takes great delight in telling a story of Sinéad, aged three, balancing on a stool so that she could reach the worktop, wearing a little apron and chopping carrots with a knife.
- Sinéad has been fortunate to play with some of the country’s most talented players over the years with her school (Presentation Ballingarry), University College Dublin, various Tipperary county teams and her clubs: Fethard, Tir na nÓg, Boston and Foxrock-Cabinteely.
- Playing sport, and especially at such a high level, has taught Sinéad many things about life including how to motivate others and how to believe in herself – which was of great help when she started her blog.
- Sinéad’s recipes don’t follow any strict diet as she has never followed one. She simply fills her plate or lunchbox with a healthy balance of real food. Real food made from scratch with wholesome, unprocessed and seasonal ingredients is all she knows. Her recipes are a bit more adventurous than the meat, two veg and spuds she grew up on but, regardless, both types of meal contain real food.
- DELALICIOUS features some tips and tricks to help you make the most of your kitchen along with the handy ‘Athlete Plate’ guide which is a valuable resource for not only athletes that offers a choice of plates depending on your activity level.
- Recipes are divided into various categories; with so much variety you’re sure to find plenty to keep you busy in the kitchen and fuelled for whatever life may throw at you!
Sinéad will be sharing some of her Delalicious creations at EatYard, 9-10 South Richmond Street, Dublin 2 from 6pm-7.30pm on May 3.
Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The numbers drawn on May 2, were: 5, 6, 10 and 22. There was no jackpot winner and two ‘Match Three’ winners who received €75 each: Michael Monaghan, Waterford; and Kate O'Shea, Woodvale Walk, Fethard.
The following three ‘Lucky Dip’ winners also received €50 each: David Kane, c/o Rita Kane, Fethard; Oliver Maher, Kilnockin, Fethard; and Emma O'Donohoe, Glengoole, Thurles.
Next week’s draw takes place on Wednesday, May 9. 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, May 4, were: 5, 8, 15 and 21. There was no jackpot winner and four ‘match three’ winners who received €40 each: Teresa Hurley, Strylea; Tom Kearney, Killusty; Chris Coen, Strylea; and Caroline Quinlan, Tullamaine.
The next draw takes place on Friday, May 11, in Burke’s Bar at 7.30pm, 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.
Poetry ‘Surprises’ in the FHC Experience
The spoken word was centre stage in the Town Hall for Poetry Ireland Day, last Thursday, April 26, when thirty-six people came along to read a favourite poem or simply to have a coffee and enjoy listening to others share their chosen piece.
Shannon Forrest, Manager of the FHC Experience, welcomed everyone to the second annual pop-up poetry session, the theme of which was ‘Surprises’ this year. Shannon certainly caught the zeitgeist of the moment with Rupi Kaur’s amazing, “I want to apologise to all women…”
While not surprised at the turnout, listeners were bound to be both surprised and delighted by the sheer variety of poems on offer. Out-of-town poets Pat Feely, Mary O’Gorman, Eileen Acheson, Tim Pat McGrath and Mary Thomas, who all recited their own work, were accorded a true Fethard welcome by a most appreciative audience. Much loved classics were revisited, such as Goldsmith’s ‘The Village Schoolmaster’ and the ever mysterious ‘The Listeners’, by Walter de la Mare.
Photographed at the Poetry ‘Surprises’ held at FHC Experience in Fethard Town Hall, celebrating Poetry Ireland Day. L to R: Pat Feely, Mary Hanrahan, Mary Thomas and Ronnie Thomas.
Local author John Fogarty recited Patrick Kavanagh’s much loved ‘Raglan Road’, a reflection on unrequited love which, although now synonymous with the sung version, was originally published as a poem. Mary Hanrahan and Seamus Barry both paid tribute to their surroundings with Mary reading a poem about horses while Seamus made his debut with an accomplished delivery of a poem celebrating the great Vincent O’Brien and his 1953 Grand National win with Early Mist. Local poet, John Joe Keane, couldn’t be present but he sent in a copy of his own composition ‘Equine Exhibition’.
Humour was provided by the verses of Pam Ayres and Goldie Newport’s lively reading of ‘The King’s Breakfast’. Tim Joe McGrath from Boherlahan raised a laugh with his amusing meditation on the vagaries of time.
Photographed at the Poetry ‘Surprises’ held at FHC Experience in Fethard Town Hall, celebrating Poetry Ireland Day. L to R: Carol Kenny, Claire McCormack and Kathleen McCormack
Alan Moore touched on one of the most pressing modern tragedies in his profoundly moving reading of John Liddy’s ‘Aleppo Lapsus’ which decries the savagery of war. A number of poignant readings during the session gave pause for thought: ‘O’Dwyer’s Meadow’, ‘Gardener Place at Ten’, ‘The Church of the Annunciata’, ‘The Beauty Within’ and ‘I Wonder if Like Me’. One of the scheduled ‘surprises’ was Terry Cunningham and Mary Hanrahan’s rendition of ‘Always’, a poem for two voices.
Photographed at the Poetry ‘Surprises’ held at FHC Experience in Fethard Town Hall, celebrating Poetry Ireland Day. L to R: The Revd Canon Barbara Fryday and Frances Murphy.
Marie O’Hara stayed true to the suggested brief with her own composition ‘Seven Day Surprise’ which evoked a strong response and Michael Mallon demonstrated that brevity does not impede impact with his reading of Carl Sandberg’s ‘One Parting’.
Ann O’Riordan astonished everyone with ‘Sadness,’ a poem written by a Fourth-Class pupil from Cloneen National School, that revealed an unexpected depth of maturity and insight. Obviously, a poet of the future:
Sadness is blue,
like an ocean filled with tears.
It tastes like spoiled food,
that's been alone in a fridge for years.
It smells like a dusty,
empty room to despise.
It looks like water,
from tears filling up your eyes.
It sounds like someone crying
in a corner of a room.
It feels like a withered flower
that died after bloom.
–(written by a pupil at Cloneen N.S. aged 9)
Photographed at the Poetry ‘Surprises’ held at FHC Experience in Fethard Town Hall, celebrating Poetry Ireland Day. L to R: Terry Cunningham, John Fahey and Seamus Barry
John Fahey brought a flourish of drama to the proceedings with his masterly recitation of Brian Ború’s address to his army before the Battle of Clontarf. Dóirín Saurus delighted with ‘An Bonnán Buí’, a poem by Cathal Buí Mac Giolla Ghunna, the last of the great Gaelic bards. Dóirín first read the poem as Ghaeilge and then followed up with the Thomas Kinsella translation.
Photographed at the Poetry ‘Surprises’ held at FHC Experience in Fethard Town Hall, celebrating Poetry Ireland Day. L to R: Shannon Forrest (Manager FHC Experience) and her mother Sheila Forrest.
The poetry session ended with warm applause for all who took part, thanks for a most attentive audience and promises of a reprise next year.
Class of ‘98 School Reunion coming up on May 12
A date for your diary, in particular for those attending Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School in 1998, who are all invited to McCarthy’s Fethard, to celebrate the ‘Class of ‘98 School Reunion', which will take place on Saturday, May 12, at 8pm. Please spread the word and keep the date free!
Class of 1998 photographed on March 25, 1998 at Patrician Presentation Secondary School. Back Row: David O’Brien, Declan Allen, Daniel Byrne, Desmond O’Meara, Colm Williamson, John Kenny, Gordon Coffey and Eoin Whyte. Third Row: Shane Harrington, Cathal O’Brien, Sheila O’Donnell, Bríd Cloonan, Serena Prout, Lisa O’Sullivan, Fiona Ryan, Caitríona Williams and John Paul Looby. Second Row: Claire Walsh, Lisa Walsh, Fiona Conway, Aisling Nagle, Edwina Keane, Jason Flynn, Darren Iddon, John Harrington and Richard McCarthy. Front Row: Patrick Walsh, Martin Burke, Alan O’Meara, Marion B. Kelly, Jennifer Keane, Aidan Fitzgerald and Bernie Byrne.
Day Care Centre AGM
The AGM of the Fethard & District Day Care Centre will be held on Thursday, May 24, at 8pm in the Tirry Community Centre, Barrack Street, Fethard. All are welcome.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Twenty Years Ago – June 1998
Pat Looby, artist in residence at Nano Nagle Primary School Fethard, pictured with pupils while working on their art project for the school yard. June 18, 1998.
Pat Looby, artist in residence at Nano Nagle Primary School Fethard, pictured with pupils while working on their art project for the school yard. June 18, 1998.
Twenty Years Ago – January 1998
Mouse Morris whispering some encouragement to 'His Song' who was second favourite for Cheltenham Champion Hurdle 1998.
Killusty 6th class winners of the Fethard Credit Union Primary Schools Quiz in Fethard Ballroom, January 22, 1998. L to R: Dawn Russell, Edward Hickey, Shane Aylward and Claire Ryan.
L to R: Patricia Lee, Damien Donovan, Sharon Duggan and John Kearney, taking part in the Fethard Credit Union Primary Schools Quiz in Fethard Ballroom, January 22, 1998.
L to R: Mike O’Hagan, Lory Kenny, Alan O’Connor and Christopher Sheehan, taking part in the Fethard Credit Union Primary Schools Quiz in Fethard Ballroom, January 22, 1998.
L to R: P.J. Morrissey, Killian Cannon, Christopher Needham and William Doyle, taking part in the Fethard Credit Union Primary Schools Quiz in Fethard Ballroom, January 22, 1998.
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