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Knitting in the sunshine
Austy Slattery, The Green, Fethard, picking up some tips on the art of knitting from his wife Mary and neighbour Concepta Healy (right) while also enjoying the sunshine!
Austy Slattery, The Green, Fethard, picking up some tips on the art of knitting from his wife Mary and neighbour Concepta Healy (right) while also enjoying the sunshine! (Photo by Larry Kenny)

Social dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on this coming Sunday night, August 12, to the very popular music of ‘Peter Burke’. 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.

Died Recently
The late Alice Lawrence
(nee Gallahue), Derryluskin, who died on Wednesday, August 8, 2018The death has occurred on Wednesday, August 8, 2018 of Alice Lawrence (née Gallahue), Derryluskin, Fethard, and formerly of Mackenna, Glen of Aherlow. Alice, predeceased by her husband Michael in 1964, is deeply regretted by her daughter Catherine (O'Connell), son-in-law John, grandchildren Ailish, Jillian, Eoin and Kieran, great-grandchild Jack, her brothers Danny and Mike, sister Noreen (McCarthy), brothers-in-law, sisters-in law, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and large circle of friends. May she rest in peace.

Reposing at her daughter Catherine's house at Coolmoyne, Fethard, E91 EF85, on Thursday, August 9, from 3pm with removal to the Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, to arrive at 8pm. Funeral Mass on Friday at 11am followed by burial in St. Cormack's Cemetery, Cashel.

Died Recently
The late Margaret Horan (née Brennan), Tullamaine, Fethard, who died on Monday, August 6, 2018.The death has occurred on Monday, August 6, 2018, of Margaret Horan (née Brennan), Tullamaine, Fethard, formerly Ballysloe and recently Ballinakill, Co Laois. Margaret, beloved wife of the late Joachim, is deeply regretted by her brother Willie Brennan, daughter Mary Mansfield, sons Jimmy, Tom, Jo and his partner Liz, daughters-in-law Mary and Kate, son-in-law Mark, brother-in-law Dinny Horan, nieces, nephews, grandchildren, relatives and friends. May she rest in peace.

Reposing at McCarthy's Funeral Home, Fethard on Wednesday, August 8, from 5pm with removal to the Holy Trinity Parish Church at 8pm. Funeral Mass on Thursday at 11am followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery.

Slievenamon Pilgrimage to Holy Year Cross this Sunday
This year’s pilgrimage to the Holy Year Cross on Sliabhmanon takes place next Sunday August 12, with our usual 1pm start from the wooden cross at the hill wall. Remember to also allow at least twenty minutes extra to walk from the car park to the hill wall. Prayers will be recited in the tent by the Mass Rock for those who are unable to make the climb, and Mass will be celebrated when the walkers return at approximately 3pm.

The late Phil Tobin taking a rest on the way down from Holy Year Cross on August 15, 2003. This year’s pilgrimage takes place on this Sunday, August 12.
The late Phil Tobin taking a rest on the way down from Holy Year Cross on August 15, 2003. This year’s pilgrimage takes place on this Sunday, August 12.


Now I'm not one to put pressure on you locals but our visitor’s book is beginning to show that nearly more people are coming to the event from outside the parish, so, as we have said in the past, if you have never been or it’s been a while, why not come and join us, you will be glad you did! The view alone is worth it, never mind the cup of tea.

The late Sean O'Dwyer from Clonmel photographed with his family on the 2003 Pilgrimage to Holy Year Cross on Slievenamon. This year’s pilgrimage takes place on this coming Sunday, August 12. Starting from the Hill Wall at 1pm.
The late Sean O'Dwyer from Clonmel photographed with his family on the 2003 Pilgrimage to Holy Year Cross on Slievenamon. This year’s pilgrimage takes place on this coming Sunday, August 12. Starting from the Hill Wall at 1pm.

This year we are going to start a photo gallery with pictures of both patrons who are sadly no longer with us and a few photos from the archives. If you have a photo or photos that you would like to display please bring them along you can take them home afterwards. All your generous donations will be given to the Fethard Day Care Centre who have given us great assistance down through the years. So remember the date, remember the time, and please don't be late.

Our ‘Grand Marshall’ Christy Williams, who is presently recovering from a recent illness. Photographed here at Holy Year Cross on August 15, 2003.
Our ‘Grand Marshall’ Christy Williams, who is presently recovering from a recent illness. Photographed here at Holy Year Cross on August 15, 2003.


Finally, we must take this opportunity to offer a get well message to our ‘Grand Marshall’ Christy Williams, who is recovering from a recent illness. We all wish you a speedy recovery – get back here soon the village needs you! – (Kevin Ryan)

Achievements Awards now in its 6th year and growing
Butlers Fethard Sports Achievements Awards, now in its 6th year, continues to grow and capture the imagination. Set up originally to recognise and honour sportspeople in the Fethard area be it at participation, administration or coaching/mentoring level. The scope includes all sportspeople from the parish but allows for people from outside who work and live in the area as well as Fethard people who play their sports elsewhere.

Ann Butler, representing this month's sponsor, Butler's Sports Bar, presenting the 'Mentor of the Month' award to John Hurley, for his continuous work with Fethard GAA Club and his more recent success with the Anner Gaels U16 football team, winners of the South Final.
Ann Butler, representing this month's sponsor, Butler's Sports Bar, presenting the 'Mentor of the Month' award to John Hurley, for his continuous work with Fethard GAA Club and his more recent success with the Anner Gaels U16 football team, winners of the South Final.

In the intervening six years there has been upwards of 600 nominations of teams and individuals from more than 40 different sports and has highlighted not just the depth of talent but also the high level of participation and activities as well as the innumerable volunteers who make it all happen. In an effort to acknowledge all the voluntary background work done in order for teams to compete and succeed the Sports Awards steering group decided to introduce a ‘Mentor of the Month’ award where one volunteer per month is chosen and honoured at the presentation night. It is the intention of the steering group that all volunteers and mentors will eventually all get honoured. As an example the ‘Mentor of the Month’ for July was John Hurley, who has a very impressive past history in the GAA club, both as a player and administrator, but his honour for July was mostly for his involvement with Anner Gaels U16 footballers – recent South Tipperary winners.

Ciara O'Meara, captain of the Fethard U14 Ladies Gaelic Football Team, Munster Community Games Champions, accepting the Fethard Sports Achievement Award for July on behalf of the team, from Anne Butler, representing this month's sponsor Butler's Sports Bar. Also included is Ciara's grandfather Liam McCarthy (left) and her mother Annette O'Meara (née McCarthy).
Ciara O'Meara, captain of the Fethard U14 Ladies Gaelic Football Team, Munster Community Games Champions, accepting the Fethard Sports Achievement Award for July on behalf of the team, from Anne Butler, representing this month's sponsor Butler's Sports Bar. Also included is Ciara's grandfather Liam McCarthy (left) and her mother Annette O'Meara (née McCarthy).

The steering group for the awards is made up of fifteen people from most of the sporting bodies in the area and meet once monthly to pick a monthly winner. Monthly nominees are received and processed, and the winner is chosen by vote. Nominations are forwarded by the steering group as well as from members of the public but with the best will in the world some deserving nominees are sometimes missed, so if anybody wants to nominate any sporting achievement please do so through any of the steering group or drop your nomination into Butler’s bar or off licence. The steering group are Mary Godfrey, Austin Godfrey, Nat McCarthy, Gerry Murphy, Annette Connolly, Bobbi Houlihan, M.J. Croke, Des O’Meara, Paraic McCormack, Liam Hayes, Richie Cummins, Keith Dalton, Kevin Coffey and Philip Butler.

The twelve monthly winners all automatic qualify for the overall end of year award where the overall winner for the year is chosen along with the ‘team of the year’ and the ‘young sportsperson of the year’ awards.

Archery enthusiasts Tony McGarry and young Sean McGarry-Thompson, who were both nominated for the Butler's Bar Fethard  Sports Achievement Award for July for their success in the recent archery tournaments in Wexford and Ashgrove, winning silver and gold medals.
Archery enthusiasts Tony McGarry and young Sean McGarry-Thompson, who were both nominated for the Butler's Bar Fethard Sports Achievement Award for July for their success in the recent archery tournaments in Wexford and Ashgrove, winning silver and gold medals.

When this competition was first discussed some people suggested that Gaelic football and horse racing were the only sports that really interested Fethard people. It’s true that the afore mentioned play a very significant role in the fabric of life in Fethard but, there is considerably more on offer from a sporting point of view and Butlers Fethard Sports Award scheme will continue to unearth, recognise and reward such activities.

Fethard Hunting 50 Years ago
The following article by correspondent ‘Sealgaire’ was published in The Nationalist Newspaper fifty years ago on November 30, 1968. Fethard is still the heart of Irish Hunting and The Horse, and thankfully just as exciting for the present-day followers as it was back then in 1968. We take this opportunity to wish Mickey Flanagan, Tullamaine, a very Happy 85th Birthday, celebrated with his wife Margaret and family at his home on August 4, 2018. Mickey first joined Tipperary Hunt on Friday, March 2, 1951, when he was appointed as whipper-in to T. Ryan for the following season.

In January 1991, Tipperary Hunt made a presentation to Michael Flanagan and his wife Margaret, to mark his 40th season as kennel huntsman, the presentation was made by Brian Duffy on behalf of the members and friends of the Tipperary Hunt. Photograph includes John Carrigan (vice president). Michael’s first appointment to the Tipperary Hunt was made at a committee meeting held in Hearn’s Hotel, Clonmel, on Friday, March 2, 1951. He was appointed as whip-in to T. Ryan for the following season.  On Saturday last, August 4, Michael Flanagan celebrated his 85th birthday with his wife Margaret, family and friends. Happy Birthday Michael or ‘Mickey’ as he is better known in hunting circles.
In January 1991, Tipperary Hunt made a presentation to Michael Flanagan and his wife Margaret, to mark his 40th season as kennel huntsman, the presentation was made by Brian Duffy on behalf of the members and friends of the Tipperary Hunt. Photograph includes John Carrigan (vice president). Michael’s first appointment to the Tipperary Hunt was made at a committee meeting held in Hearn’s Hotel, Clonmel, on Friday, March 2, 1951. He was appointed as whip-in to T. Ryan for the following season. On Saturday last, August 4, Michael Flanagan celebrated his 85th birthday with his wife Margaret, family and friends. Happy Birthday Michael or ‘Mickey’ as he is better known in hunting circles.

Fethard Heart of Irish Hunting
(by ‘Sealgaire’, Nationalist Newspaper, November 1968)

Very Rev. Christopher Canon Lee, DD, P.P. came personally to welcome Killenaule, Cashel and Kilfeacle Beagles at Convent Bridge. Fethard, last Sunday and wished them well and good hunting. The triple meet was by invitation of Barrettstown Harriers.

The day was fine and the turnout, of sporting people was equally so. In reply to Canon Lee’s welcome Lieut-Col P. C. Blake said that uninformed city slickers had been casting aspersions on this ancient Celtic sport of hunting game on foot in letters to daily papers and scurrilous personal letters to our clergy. They had not sufficient back-bone to come before such a fine gathering of sporting country people and make their puny objections. He thanked landowners for sportingly giving a welcome to the hunt and appealed to all followers to close gates, to do not damage to fences and avoid bloodstock and livestock. The three packs were glad, he said, to accept the invitation of Barrettstown Harriers.

Mr Johnnie Marshall carries The Horn

Mr John Looby nominated Mr J. J. Marshall. Joint Master, Kilfeacle, as huntsman for the day. Very many followers wished Johnnie well wear in his new Irish tweed blue and old gold/tan hunting coat. His first one 14 years ago was of imported material.

He moved off with 21 couple for Mr Delaney’s (Red City) but the pack didn’t integrate so well; the noise from the traffic and big crowd didn’t help and hounds did not know each other. This posed a big problem for the huntsman who had to resort to every trick in the extensive hunting bag of his long experience to show any sport at all.

Mr Jim Looby, huntsman, Barrettstown Harriers, who has a fine antique hunting horn, was first to help when he sohoed a hare in the middle of the pack. ‘Twas a pity the blood sports fanatics weren’t present to see that hare leap – like the deer which she is called after in Irish – six feet over the hounds, land ten feet away, clear and take a left swinging circle. The excitement of hounds and followers was intense.

Good Spin over Market Hill

So much so that she was headed and doubled back by Delaney’s house and headed for the ploughed field where scent went patchy due to strong autumn sunshine. They carried the line to Cahir/Fethard road where the hare crossed.

Meantime hounds hunted a heel line back to the same field and the huntsman, taking hounds along the road, re-entered Delaney's road field again. Not everyone agreed with this tactic. Nevertheless, Johnnie’s judgment was again vindicated when another small stag was on wheels swinging right for the plough. Surely the game must know that scent won’t carry so well there? Anyway, hounds having welded together somewhat better with Killenaule Amber of the chopped tail leading, pressed on across the garden and road past Din Burke's and up Market Hill. As if to show we were in real hunting country and outlier for thought all this music was too near to be wholesome took off for the screen and ample covert of Mr Goodbody’s (Lakefield) and thence to Grove wood.

Great Credit due to Barrettstown Harriers

With particularly fine specimens moving in all directions (we hope this does not upset Sir Charles Parke's all-embracing plans) you could forgive the pack for dividing. Paddy Coffey and Johnnie O’Brien gave wonderful help in collecting hounds for a new draw. Jim Crean’s (lower Market Hill) never fails to hold a hare but despite the best efforts of huntsman, hounds and John Looby, Tom Cummins, Johnnie Hurley, Jim Ryan, Jimmy Gorman, Christy Nagle, Denis Martley, Nicky Fitzgerald, the fine fields of cover proved blank. At that we had had three hours of music, excitement and good sport so all were happy when Johnnie blew the call for home.

Johnnie O’Brien, who hopes to don the blue and gold jersey as a whip when his duties at Rathduff stud permit, will miss next Sunday’s meet by invitation of Mr and Mrs T. F. Ryan. MFH, Scarteen. He was third whip for the first meet there 13 years ago. By the way, Barrettstown Harriers have a loose organisation in which all members help but as in every voluntary body the big can is carried by the few. In this case, John Looby and Tom Cummins. Tom’s dedication to sport, in spite of his modesty, extends to freely making his car. tractor, time and energy available as and when required.

Excellent hospitality was extended to Killenaule and Kilfeacle. Cashel were unable to partake, as they had to bring hounds home. Mrs Aherne, assisted by Mrs Looby and Mrs Fitzgerald, provided a first-class meal. The hunt dance afterwards was a great success.

What's the betting on Fethard?

Many old sportsmen in Fethard claim that it is the centre of Ireland’s best hunting locality. Does the name of the place in Irish give us any clue to this? Maybe with all the talk of higher education, teach-ins. sit-downs and mergers, some higher educated person would venture an answer to this simple question. Anyway, place names in Irish tell a story: their English corruptions tell us nothing. Fethard has a concentration of castle: Barrettstown, Cramp's, Slanestown, and others meaning that the area was of strategic importance and/or a very desirable place to live. To live in the full sense of the word meant that there were facilities for full enjoyment of the pleasures of the chase, amongst many other things.

The honour of being the heart of Irish hunting which, ipso facto, must also be in the running for world honours, is a big one. Fethard is definitely at the starting gate with the white flag up. At all events, Barrettstown Harriers are put to the pin of their collar to hunt the area of Coolbawn, Coolmoyne. Knockelly, Farranaleen, Killerk, Downey’s cross and Coleman – not to speak of the immediate environs of the town.

‘Irish Known for their brutality’ (– K. Malone)

Very Rev. M. O'Dwyer. PP. Golden and Kilfeacle, has received the following letter as part of a veritable fan mail in the same vein:

“Dear Sir, I wish to protest against the revolting spectacle of a priest blessing the hunt which means condoning the tearing apart of a live, defenceless animal. Little wonder that the Irish people are known for their brutality to God’s dumb creatures. Yours in disgust, K. Malone, 9 Holyrood-Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.”

Whoever K. Malone is that person cannot be related to a decent Dublin citizen such as Biddy Mulligan who would be too gracious, courteous and educated to accuse the Irish people of brutality to God's creatures. And what about the commercial exploitation of the live, defenceless poor people of Dublin which ensures a smug existence for some in suburbia? A recent review of a book on nature has this to say: Animals when unduly crowded, even if the density is of their own seeking, go to pieces. They become vicious, insanitary and neurotic; mothers neglect their young. The elaborate behaviour patterns which evolution has produced for their protection cease to exist. How much of the modern sickness of civilization, or the prevalence of psychic and mental disorder, of senseless violence, may be due to the abandonment of country for city life and gross overcrowding in living and working conditions?’ Perhaps K. Malone who has adjudged the Irish people guilty of brutality would let us have the answer to the reviewer's question in the public press rather than by a smear letter to a revered pastor?

– (The Nationalist November 30, 1968)

Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The numbers drawn on August 1, were: 6, 8, 10 and 31. There was no jackpot winner and three ‘Match Three’ winners who received €50 each: Tom D. Halpin, St. Patrick's Place, Fethard; Ciara Harrison, The Green, Fethard; and Ian Cooke, Scotch Road, Fethard.

The following ‘Lucky Dip’ winners also received €50 each: June Gough, St. Patrick's Place, Fethard; Michael Monaghan, Waterford; and Mary Delaney, Roan, Killenaule.

Next week’s draw takes place on Wednesday, August 8. The Jackpot is €10,000 and the Jackpot seller’s prize is €1,000. All proceeds go towards community projects in Fethard, and we thank you for your on-going support.

GAA Sports Development Lotto
The numbers drawn on Friday, August 3, were: 12, 13, 28 and 30. There was no jackpot winner and two ‘match three’ winners who received €75 each: Kieran Barrett, The Green, Fethard; and Ann Tillyer, Ballyvaden.

Five luck winners in the ‘Bank Holiday Bonus Draw’ received €100 each: Stephen O’Donnell, Tullamaine; Samantha O’Brien, Burke Street; Esther Breen, Barrack Street; Gerry Hannon, Crossard, Fethard; and John Kenrick, Cahir.

The next draw takes place on Friday, August 10, in Burke’s Bar at 7.30pm, when the jackpot is €20,000 and the seller's 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.

Ryan family reunion
Paud Ryan (front centre), originally from St. Patrick’s Place, is photographed beside his long-time friend Joe Ryan and his sister-in-law Maura Ryan (née Slattery), and his extended family and friends who travelled to join him on his visit from London for a reunion of the Ryan family in Fethard on Thursday, August 2, 2018. Paud (Paddy) has a brother Tom living in Naas, and a brother Brendan also living in London. Two other brothers have died, Danny (Fethard 2013) and Johnny 'Taxer' (London 2004). Their three sisters have also died, Chrissie Breen (Fethard 1996); and two sisters in England, Patricia Manning and Kathleen Doyle.
Paud Ryan (front centre), originally from St. Patrick’s Place, is photographed beside his long-time friend Joe Ryan and his sister-in-law Maura Ryan (née Slattery), and his extended family and friends who travelled to join him on his visit from London for a reunion of the Ryan family in Fethard on Thursday, August 2, 2018. Paud (Paddy) has a brother Tom living in Naas, and a brother Brendan also living in London. Two other brothers have died, Danny (Fethard 2013) and Johnny 'Taxer' (London 2004). Their three sisters have also died, Chrissie Breen (Fethard 1996); and two sisters in England, Patricia Manning and Kathleen Doyle.

St. Patrick's Place Reunion – stories, memories and photographs wanted!
Another photograph above for the St. Patrick's Place Reunion of a little girl with a goat . . . any information would be welcome. Any other stories, photographs or memories relating to St. Patrick's Place would be greatly appreciated and can be emailed to reunion@fethard.com
Another photograph above for the St. Patrick's Place Reunion of a little girl with a goat . . . any information would be welcome. Any other stories, photographs or memories relating to St. Patrick's Place would be greatly appreciated and can be emailed to reunion@fethard.com

Pre-Baptism Meeting
The next pre-Baptism meeting will be held in the Tirry Community Centre, Barrack Street, on Monday, August 13, at 7.30pm for parents who wish to have their child baptised during the coming weeks. Meetings are subject to demand. Please contact Fr. Liam Everard P.P. or Fr. Tom Breen A.P. prior to attending.

Articles invited for Annual Emigrant's Newsletter 2018
Work on the production of this year's Annual Emigrant's Newsletter has now commenced. We invite anyone interested in submitting articles or photographs for this year’s issue to contact Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard, Tel: (052) 6131663 or by email: emigrantsnewsletter@gmail.com

Help is always needed gathering articles and photographs, indeed, one of the most time-consuming chores is trying to put captions to the photographs with correct names. Other ways people can help is interviewing, writing articles, typing or inviting others to write articles in good time for publication.

The first issue of the Fethard & Killusty Emigrants' Newsletter was published by the Legion of Mary in December 1959 and is dated 'Christmas 1960'. On checking the dates of the events and deaths featured in the newsletter we discovered that they all happened in 1959 so we concluded that the Newsletter was published in December 1959 and posted in January 1960. This 'first newsletter' was discovered in a drawer by Pat Shine, formerly from Crampscastle and now living in London. Today, over fifty years later, the newsletter has grown into a full colour 200-page production and is still posted free of charge to all our emigrants living throughout the world.

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

Some photographs from Cloneen in 1980


Work starting on the site of Cloneen Hall June 1980


Cloneen Field Day in 1980


Cloneen Field Day in 1980


Cloneen Field Day in 1980


Cloneen Field Day in 1980

Some photographs from Coolbawn Festival c.1980


The newly formed Coolmoyne and Tullamaine hurling team who played Killenaule in a tournament game in Coolbawn in 1980. Back L to R: Jim Kirwan, John Walsh, Tony Walsh, David Fanning, Seamus Maher, Liam McCarthy, Sean Donovan, John O'Connell, Jack Wall, Frank O'Connell. Middle Row L to R: Michael Croke, Larry Walsh, Tommy Ryan, Tony Donovan, Tom McCormack, Michael Fanning, Tom Noonan, Mick Quinlan. Front L to R: Thomas McCarthy, Joe Walsh, John Walsh, Willie Morrissey and John O'Connor.



Watching the game at the Coolbawn Festival


Liam McCarthy pulling at the Tug-o-War


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.

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