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Munster Arts Competition coming to Fethard in May

Medieval Fethard’s Town Wall, Holy Trinity Church of Ireland and Watergate – perfect inspirational material for this year’s ‘Medieval’ theme in the Munster Arts Competition taking place in Fethard on Saturday, May 18, and Sunday, May 19. (Photo Joe Kenny, Fethard).

Fethard’s ICA Hall will host the forthcoming Munster Arts Competition on Saturday, May 18, and Sunday, May 19. The theme of art competition is ‘Medieval’ and is open to over 18-year-old Munster residents only. Entries can be artist’s interpretation, original work, painting, drawing, ceramic, wood or sculpture. Maximum size of work 60cm x 60cm (2ft x 2ft). For entry details email: munsterartsireland@gmail.com

There are two phases to the competition

Phase 1: An A4 size print or photograph of each art piece, maximum three pieces of work, each piece to be numbered, to be submitted by May 1, with the artist’s fee of €20 in postal order format. Please include the artist’s name, address, phone number and email address. The title of submission can be written on the back of each print included. These will then be shortlisted.

Phase 2: Those artists who are shortlisted will be informed by May 6. They will deliver their original work four days before competition exhibition, along with an easel or plinth to exhibit their work. A postcard with artist’s title and information to be with the work for the competition exhibition.

Proceeds of this competition will go to the following Registered Charities: Alice Leahy Trust (Homeless), and Limerick Suicide Watch. We do not accept responsibility for loss or damage to works and the judges’ decision is final. Further details from: Marie O’Hara, Fethard, Co. Tipperary. Tel: 087 7539230.

Community Games
Congratulations to Fiona Barry winner of U16 Solo Dancing Competition at the County finals of the community games Talent Events held in Boherlahan on Friday night. The talented Fiona also won Gold in U12 recitation last year so she will proudly represent Tipperary at the Aldi Community Games National Finals in University of Limerick next May for the second successive year. Well done Fiona.Congratulations to Fiona Barry winner of U16 Solo Dancing Competition at the County finals of the community games Talent Events held in Boherlahan on Friday night. The talented Fiona also won Gold in U12 recitation last year so she will proudly represent Tipperary at the Aldi Community Games National Finals in University of Limerick next May for the second successive year. Well done Fiona.

The following six competitors will represent Fethard Killusty area at the forthcoming County Swimming Finals in Thurles: Lily Murphy, Lauren Connolly, Suzie Murphy, Isobel Maher, Ronan O'Meara and Mark O'Meara.

Judging of the Art & Handwriting competitions are currently taking place. Schools will be visited with the results announced next week. The county final will take place in conjunction with the Winter Festival of Sport in Thurles on March 9.

Social dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, February 24, to the music of ‘Dave Lawlor’. 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.

‘School of Rock’ Music Dance Workshop at Fethard Ballroom
A ‘School of Rock - the Musical’ dance workshop will take place in Fethard Ballroom on this coming Saturday, February 23. To book a place email Henry James on henryjamesfitzgerald@gmail.com or message/telephone 087 1835976.

Are you taking part in this year’s ‘Fethard Spring Clean’?
Registration is now open for this year’s National Spring Clean which will take place during the month of April all over the country. Taking part in the National Spring Clean is very straight forward. Local groups are invited to organise a clean-up around the Fethard area, to take place any time during April. You can register your event online, or by Tel: 01 400 2219. 

To register online log on to www.nationalspringclean.org Once you have registered you will receive a FREE clean-up kit from An Taisce.

Throughout the month of April, The National Spring Clean will bring together communities throughout the country to tackle the problem of litter in local areas. This initiative is organised by An Taisce and supported by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment.
Registration is now open for this year’s National Spring Clean which will take place during the month of April all over the country. Taking part in the National Spring Clean is very straight forward. Local groups are invited to organise a clean-up around the Fethard area, to take place any time during April. You can register your event online, or by Tel: 01 400 2219.

To register online click: www.nationalspringclean.org Once you have registered you will receive a FREE clean-up kit from An Taisce.

Throughout the month of April, The National Spring Clean will bring together communities throughout the country to tackle the problem of litter in local areas. This initiative is organised by An Taisce and supported by the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment.

The key objectives of the campaign are to:

  1. Encourage clean-ups throughout the whole month of April;
  2. Promote personal responsibility for litter;
  3. Heighten awareness of litter and waste issues;
  4. Highlight the importance of Recycling and Re-use;
  5. Increase the number of events and participants annually; To Foster community.

Fethard Players invite you to their Annual General Meeting
Fethard Players will hold their Annual General Meeting on Monday, February 25, at 8pm in the Abymill Theatre. Fethard Players, having just finished a very successful run of, ‘It’s The Real McCoy’, are now planning ahead for the coming year and invite all interested in drama and theatre to come along and attend this year’s AGM.

Long history of ‘drama’ in Fethard
The present Fethard Players had their roots in the Fethard Dramatic Society which was formed in 1913, and continued on since under the titles of, The Sodality Players, The Tirrey Players, and since 1940, The Fethard Players.

Fethard Players cast of 'Drama at Inish' that was performed in the Town Hall from January 12 to 19, 1958: Back: Eddie O'Neill (producer), Mary Goldsborough, Goldie Newport, Helen O'Connell, Donal O'Sullivan. Front L to R; Babe Anne McLellan, Paddy McLellan and Carmel Rice. Also in the cast were Percy O'Flynn, William O'Flynn, Austy O'Flynn, Tom Barrett and Louis O'Donnell. The play was produced by Eddie O'Neill.
Fethard Players cast of 'Drama at Inish' that was performed in the Town Hall from January 12 to 19, 1958: Back: Eddie O'Neill (producer), Mary Goldsborough, Goldie Newport, Helen O'Connell, Donal O'Sullivan. Front L to R; Babe Anne McLellan, Paddy McLellan and Carmel Rice. Also in the cast were Percy O'Flynn, William O'Flynn, Austy O'Flynn, Tom Barrett and Louis O'Donnell. The play was produced by Eddie O'Neill.


Their efforts included at least two productions each year which included the annual Passion Play and Pantomime. Other presentations were Frank Vosper’s ‘Love From a Stranger’; A. P. Herbert’s ‘The Monkey’s Paw’; Synges ‘Riders to the Sea’; O’Casey’s ‘Shadow of a Gunman’; McAdams ‘Tempting of Dermot O’Hurley’; and numerous George Shiels’ compositions including ‘Paul Twyning’ and ‘New Gossoon’, T. C. Murray’s ‘Autumn Fire’ and ‘Spring’, and works by many other authors, in various one, two and three-act plays.
Former Presidents of the society before 1960, included Fr Robert Noonan (Fethard 1914-1928); Fr Thomas Mulvihill (Fethard 1932-1939); Fr. William Breen (Fethard 1937-1942); Fr William Hogan (Fethard 1939-1956).

Despite forty-six years of unbroken productions, it was 1958 before the Fethard Players’ first appearance in a drama festival when they entered the Tipperary Drama Festival with Lennox Robinson’s, ‘Drama at Inish’, produced by Eddie O’Neill.

Fethard Bridge Club results
On Wednesday, February 6, we played the third round of the Player of the Year competition which was a change of partner and the results were: 1st Gross, Monica Anglim and Mary Tierney; 2nd Gross, Noreen Evans and Kay St. John; 3rd Gross, Margaret Slattery and Alice Quinn; 1st Nett, Eileen Frewen and Keith Woodlock; 2nd, Nett Anne Connolly and Tony Hanrahan; 3rd Nett, Judy Doyle and Catherine Croke.
Next Wednesday, February 27, we play the fourth and final round of the Player of the Year competition. Bridge starts at 7.15pm each Wednesday. Anyone looking for a partner contact Gemma Burke 086-6064148.

Senior Day at Fethard Day Care Centre
The Fethard & District Day Care Centre will hold a Senior Day on Friday next February 22, from 10am. The chiropodist will be in attendance. All seniors welcome.

Junk Kouture online voting all this week!
Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School regional finalists in the South Section. L to R: ‘Elemental’, model Michelle Cronin, team members Rachel O’Loughnane and Patrick Shine; ‘Athena’, model Allison Connolly, team members Nell Spillane and Paige Ryan; ‘In a Tangle’, model Samantha Buckley, team members Phoebe Duggan and Megan Ryan.
Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School regional finalists in the South Section. L to R: ‘Elemental’, model Michelle Cronin, team members Rachel O’Loughnane and Patrick Shine; ‘Athena’, model Allison Connolly, team members Nell Spillane and Paige Ryan; ‘In a Tangle’, model Samantha Buckley, team members Phoebe Duggan and Megan Ryan.

Voting commences at 10am today Monday, February 18, and is open until midnight on Friday, February 22. You are required to register before voting at the following website: app.junkkouture.com

The public online votes, which are worth 10 percent of their overall marks received, are very important to qualify for the Grand Final. You can vote once a day so please support our local entrants in Fethard which you will find in the South section of the online voting website.

Each outfit has a team of two to three students working on each piece, including the model. Each team used their artistic skills and social awareness for their designs, with inspiration coming from issues of Environmental Pollution, Mental Health and Wellbeing.

Modelling ‘In a Tangle’ is Samantha Buckley, with Phoebe Duggan and Megan Ryan on the team. This outfit is made from hundreds of green water bottles, garden netting and plastic milk bottles, cut, twisted and put in place.

Modelling ‘EleMental’ is Michelle Cronin, with Rachel O’Loughnan and Patrick Shine on the team. This is made from thousands of little cut out pieces, resembling sequins, from plastic prescription drugs’ packaging, and hand sewn in place.

Modelling ‘Athena’ is Allison Connolly, with Nell Spillane and Paige Ryan on the team. This is made from thousands of ‘helicopters’ or seeds from the sycamore tree and other forest finds, all meticulously shaped and placed.

Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The numbers drawn on February 13 were: 13, 21, 22 and 26. There was no jackpot winner and one ‘Match Three’ winner who received €150: The Friendship Club, Fr. Tirry Centre, Barrack Street, Fethard.

The following three ‘Lucky Dip’ winners also received €50 each: Noel and Bob Maher, Barrack Street, Fethard; Danny Croke, Killenaule; and Stuart Looby, St. Patrick's Place, Fethard.

Next week’s draw takes place on Wednesday, February 20. 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 15, were: 6, 14, 33 and 36. There was no jackpot winner and no ‘match three’ winner. Four Lucky Dip Winners received €25 each: Rena Sheehan and Cian Roche, Killusty; Daniel Gleeson, Juvenile GAA; Darren Phelan, Clonmel; and Julie Quigley Clonmel.

The next draw takes place on Friday, February 22, in Burke’s Bar at 7.30pm, when the jackpot is €20,200 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.

Tipperariana 2019 – a lot more than just a fabulous book fair

The annual Tipperariana Book Fair, now running for twenty-four years, has morphed into a social institution where book-lovers emerge once a year to replenish their friendships and storage space. It is obvious from the returning faces and hearty handshakes on Sunday last, the occasion was a lot more than just a book fair.

The annual Tipperariana Book Fair, now running for twenty-four years, has morphed into a social institution where book-lovers emerge once a year to replenish their friendships and storage space. It is obvious from the returning faces and hearty handshakes on Sunday last, the occasion was a lot more than just a book fair.

An important feature of the Tipperariana Book Fair is the ample space available in Fethard Ballroom that allows thirty dealers to display their wares and in excess of 200 visitors to mingle, chat and even browse the books on offer as time allows. The literary ambience and chat is further enhanced by the regular pianist Eamon O'Malley, whose fingertips have the ability to sooth the busiest legs. If some rest is required or extended chat required, one can sit at the in-house café for tea, cakes and other refreshments on offer.

Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair held in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Gavin Tyrell, Jake Daniel, Billy Hayes and Anna Hayes from Fethard
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair held in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Gavin Tyrell, Jake Daniel, Billy Hayes and Anna Hayes from Fethard

Observing the large attendance from ‘everywhere and anywhere’, their happy disposition and willingness to chat with friends and strangers, one could nearly believe it was ‘their’ book fair. This opinion can be further advanced by the huge contribution of ‘used’ valuable books donated to the Fethard Historical Society’s fundraising second-hand stall at the fair. The organising committee are astonished with the good-will and support received from these very generous benefactors and thank them sincerely for their encouragement.


Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair held in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Willie Nolan, John Ryan, Proinsias Ó Drisceoil and Michael Darmody.

Next year’s Tipperariana Book Fair will be a very special celebration being the 25th Anniversary of what is now recognised as ‘probably’ the best book fair in Ireland. For those not using digital diaries that can automatically enter recurring dates like, the 'Second Sunday in February', as a reminder of our annual Tipperariana Book Fair . . . maybe take a few seconds now, to note Sunday, February 9, 2020, on your calendar of upcoming events not to be missed.

Members of Cahir Women's History Group whose book, 'Daughters of Dún Iascaigh',won the Tipperariana Book of the Year Award for 2018 photographed at their stall at the Tipperariana Book Fair. L to R: Breeda Ryan,  Karol De Falko and Jenny Kiely
Members of Cahir Women's History Group whose book, 'Daughters of Dún Iascaigh', won the Tipperariana Book of the Year Award for 2018 photographed at their stall at the Tipperariana Book Fair. L to R: Breeda Ryan, Karol De Falko and Jenny Ki
ely.

Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair held in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Matilda Stapleton and Julia McHugh.
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair held in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Matilda Stapleton and Julia McHugh.

Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair held in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Jim Ryan, Kathleen Ryan and Mick Ahern from Clonmel
Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair held in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Jim Ryan, Kathleen Ryan and Mick Ahern from Clonmel
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Tipperariana 2019 – a lot more than just a fabulous book fair


The annual Tipperariana Book Fair, now running for twenty-four years, has morphed into a social institution where book-lovers emerge once a year to replenish their friendships and storage space. It is obvious from the returning faces and hearty handshakes on Sunday last, the occasion was a lot more than just a book fair. 

An important feature of the Tipperariana Book Fair is the ample space available in Fethard Ballroom that allows thirty dealers to display their wares and in excess of 200 visitors to mingle, chat and even browse the books on offer as time allows. The literary ambience and chat is further enhanced by the regular pianist Eamon O'Malley, whose fingertips have the ability to sooth the busiest legs. If some rest is required or extended chat required, one can sit at the in-house café for tea, cakes and other refreshments on offer.


Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair held in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Gavin Tyrell, Jake Daniel, Billy Hayes and Anna Hayes from Fethard 

Observing the large attendance from ‘everywhere and anywhere’, their happy disposition and willingness to chat with friends and strangers, one could nearly believe it was ‘their’ book fair. This opinion can be further advanced by the huge contribution of ‘used’ valuable books donated to the Fethard Historical Society’s fundraising second-hand stall at the fair. The organising committee are astonished with the good-will and support received from these very generous benefactors and thank them sincerely for their encouragement.


Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair held in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Willie Nolan, John Ryan, Proinsias Ó Drisceoil and Michael Darmody. 

Next year’s Tipperariana Book Fair will be a very special celebration being the 25th Anniversary of what is now recognised as ‘probably’ the best book fair in Ireland. For those not using digital diaries that can automatically enter recurring dates like, the 'Second Sunday in February', as a reminder of our annual Tipperariana Book Fair . . . maybe take a few seconds now, to note Sunday, February 9, 2020, on your calendar of upcoming events not to be missed.


Members of Cahir Women's History Group whose book, 'Daughters of Dún Iascaigh', won the Tipperariana Book of the Year Award for 2018 photographed at their stall at the Tipperariana Book Fair. L to R: Breeda Ryan, Karol De Falko and Jenny Kiely.


Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair held in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Matilda Stapleton and Julia McHugh. 


Photographed at the Tipperariana Book Fair held in Fethard Ballroom are L to R: Jim Ryan, Kathleen Ryan and Mick Ahern from Clonmel.


Next year’s Tipperariana Book Fair, on February 9, 2020, will be a very special celebration being the 25th Anniversary of what is now recognised as ‘probably’ the best book fair in Ireland.

Mollie’s special birthday raises €1,750 for Cancer Research




To celebrate her 60th Birthday, instead of holding a party, Mollie Standbridge decided to hold a ‘special’ coffee morning on Thursday, February 7, with all proceeds going to the Irish Cancer Society. 

Mollie is a volunteer at Fethard Horse Country Experience, situated in the Town Hall on Main Street, and what better venue for a coffee morning. Manager of the centre, Laura Condon, was very supportive as were fellow volunteers, in particular, Eileen Croke, who not only baked numerous apple tarts (with the help of her husband), cream cakes and a delicious gluten free chocolate cake, she also kept things moving smoothly on the day. Mary Healy provided freshly cooked scones. Catherine Britton and Anna Cooke oversaw the ticket sales for the raffle.

Mollie’s family were also a great support, both in the lead up and on the day itself. Her husband Dave, their daughter Sarah, son Simon and his partner Maryanne Fogarty, set up the venue, served teas and coffees and washed up for hours-on-end. Mollie’s niece, Hazel Hurley, used her amazing creative talent to design a lovely poster for the event. Mollie’s sisters were also enlisted to supply some fresh home-baking and help on the day, supposedly help, but in reality, to catch up with their many relatives and friends!

Raffle prizes were generously donated by Kathleen Connolly, Mary Shelly, Catriona Boland, O’Sullivans Pharmacy, Anita Maguire (Fethard Reflexology and Holistic Centre), Trish’s Beauty Salon, Veronica Fogarty, Margaret Lawlor, Serena Kirkham, Mary O’Dwyer and the Murphy family.

Mollie would like to thank everyone who supported the fundraiser: her fellow volunteers for helping out; everyone who donated cakes or raffle prizes; and all who bought tickets, tea, coffee and cakes who helped in no small way to make it the success it was. 

It was a very joyous occasion with good food and great company and although Mollie may not have managed to meet everyone who attended, she would like you to know that your support is greatly appreciated. An amazing €1,750 was raised for this very worthy cause. 

Cancer affects not only the patient, but their whole family and friends. When a loved one tells you that they’ve got a lump and need a biopsy, you can only hope in wait. 

When the results come back that the lump is malignant and surgery scheduled, to be followed by radiation therapy and in some cases chemotherapy, the anxiety felt by all involved is inconceivable. Fortunately, with ongoing research the survival rates of all types of cancer continue to improve every year. Having someone at the end of the phone to answer your questions is invaluable and a very important part of a patient’s recovery.

The Irish Cancer Society provide information, advice and support in hospitals, by phone and online, as well as services and support networks for cancer patients and their families.

The Irish Cancer Society have invested more than €20 million since 2010, raised by donations and fundraisers, into world-class cancer research taking place right here in Ireland. They work to influence decision-makers at government level around cancer and other health issues and empower advocates to help influence cancer policies. If you have any questions or concerns about cancer, you can contact the Cancer Nurseline on 1800 200 700.

Health & Wellbeing and Cookery Demonstrations for Parents at Fethard Convent Community Hall
Cookery demonstrations for parents will continue in Fethard Convent Community Hall, every Wednesday for 8 weeks, from 10am to 12 noon. Come along meet new friends, have a cuppa and chat and get delicious recipes each week. Pay as you go, €5 per week. For inquiries, text or phone Grainne Molony Tel: 087 7088670.

Fethard’s three Junk Kouture entries reach regional final

Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School’s three sucesful entries that qualified for this year’s Junk Kouture South Regional final. L to R: Samantha Buckley modelling ‘In a Tangle’, Michelle Cronin modelling ‘EleMental’, and Allison Connolly modelling ‘Athena’.

All three outfits from Patrician Presentation Secondary School Fethard entered in this year’s Junk Kouture All-Ireland competition, have qualified for the Regional final (South) in UL Concert Hall, Limerick on March 8. This year over 1,400 outfits were entered in the competition, where students make wearable Fashion/Art from recycled trash. The regional finals will showcase eighty costumes chosen from each region – North, South, East, West and Dublin. Patrician Presentation entered three designs from Transition Year students this year and were delighted to have all three chosen for the South catwalk which will be held in UL Concert Hall, Limerick on March 8, 2019.

Each outfit has a team of two to three students working on each piece, including the model. Each team used their artistic skills and social awareness for their designs, with inspiration coming from issues of Environmental Pollution, Mental Health and Wellbeing. 

Modelling ‘In a Tangle’ is Samantha Buckley, with Phoebe Duggan and Megan Ryan on the team. This outfit is made from hundreds of green water bottles, garden netting and plastic milk bottles, cut, twisted and put in place.

Modelling ‘EleMental’ is Michelle Cronin, with Rachel O’Loughnan and Patrick Shine on the team. This is made from thousands of little cut out pieces, resembling sequins, from plastic prescription drugs’ packaging, and hand sewn in place.

Modelling ‘Athena’ is Allison Connolly, with Nell Spillane and Paige Ryan on the team. This is made from thousands of ‘helicopters’ or seeds from the sycamore tree and other forest finds, all meticulously shaped and placed.

All students are in Transition year, with other students from T.Y. giving an extra helping hand when needed. Voting commences at 10am on Monday next, February 18, and is open until midnight on Friday, February 22. You are required to register before voting at the following website: app.junkkouture.com

The public online votes, which are worth 10 percent of their overall marks received, are very important to qualify for the Grand Final. You can vote once a day so please support our local entrants in Fethard which you will find in the South section of the online voting website.

Fifteen outfits will be chosen in Limerick to go forward to the Grand Final, with one ‘wild card’, and will be held in the Three Arena, Dublin on May 2. We wish all the students and their inspiring teacher Ms Patricia Looby every success in Limerick on March 8.

Social dancing at Fethard Ballroom 
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, February 17, to the music of ‘Pat Costello’. 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. 

Marie Danagher wins car in County Board GAA Draw

Photographed at the presentation of the Car Keys to MArie Danagher, Fethard, winner of the County GAA Board’s February Draw. L to R: Tom Cahill, Oliver Maun, Marie Danagher, Michael Ryan, Ronan Power and Marc Ahearn

Congratulations to Marie Danagher who was the winner of a Skoda Car in the Tipperary GAA County Board February draw. The presentation of the car keys was made in Butler’s Bar on Friday night last, February 8.


Photographed at the GAA County Board Draw at Butler’s Bar last Friday night were L to R: Maura O Sullivan, Tommy O Sullivan, Helen Hawe and Michael Egan 


Fethard onlookers at the GAA County Board Draw at Butler’s Bar last Friday night 


Photographed at the GAA County Board Draw at Butler’s Bar last Friday night were L to R: Maura O Sullivan, Bunty Gunne, Tommy O’Sullivan and Helen Hawe 

Yoga Classes commence on February 18
Eight weeks of Yoga classes will commence in the Tirry Community Centre, Barrack Street, Fethard, on Monday February 18, starting at 7.30pm. Classes are suitable for beginners / intermediate and can help develop flexibility, suppleness and muscular strength without causing strain. Yoga is a means of enhancing physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. It also increases energy levels and helps tone the body. Booking essential for these popular classes. Contact Peg at Tel: 086 3027927. 

Best Wishes Fiona
Best of luck to Fiona Barry, Tullamaine, who will compete in U16 Solo Dancing at the Community Games Talent County Finals in Boherlahan on this coming Friday night. 

Fethard Bridge Club results
On January 30 we held our charity night and the results were: 1st Gross, Anna Cooke and Bernie O'Meara; 2nd Gross, Rita Kane and Carol Kenny; 3rd Gross, Tony Hanrahan and Keith Woodlock; 1st Nett, Carmel Condon and Brendan Kenny; 2nd Nett, Betty Egan and Mary Tierney; 3rd Nett, Rita Holohan and Ellen Rochford. 

Bridge starts at 7.15pm each Wednesday. Anyone looking for a partner contact Gemma Burke. 

Fethard U16 Girls Rugby win Munster League Championship 

Fethard U16s Girls team that won the Munster League for the third year in a row. Playing at Munster's Irish Independent Park in Cork on the new 4G Astro surface, the Fethard U16s Girls have made history for their club.

Last Saturday, Fethard U16s Girls won the Munster League again to become champions for the third time in a row, playing at Munster's Irish Independent Park in Cork on the new 4G Astro surface. What an incredible bunch of girls on this team who, so far this season, have travelled around Munster playing very tough and progressive teams from Abbeyfeale, Bruff, Carrick, Nenagh, Newport, Shannon, St Mary's, Ul Bohs and this was 10 from 10 victories for the girls this year alone. Fethard U16s Girls have made history for their Club!

Right from the start of this Munster final it was a fast and furious pace of rugby on the new surface. Fethard girls were keen to put their mark early in the game and straight away receiving the kick-off from Abbeyfeale, the Fethard girls took control to carry the ball and pass it through the hands to make great meters. Abbeyfeale were defensively trying to slow the game down, but quick thinking from our number 10, Kate Flannery, to offload to second centre, Aoibhe Grayson Molloy (captain), who passed out to Karen Bennett, our centre, on her outside to find space and Karen was able to run to score by the posts, which was ably converted by Kate Flannery. 

It was not long before Fethard Girls were able to score again with support from the forwards of our Hooker Shauna Maher, assisted by the strong props of Sophia O'Brien and Lia Coady to add more points, with Scrum Half Lucy Fogarty receiving the ball after back up from our Number 8 Orlaith Breen (Captain), to break through and Aoibhe was able score out wide. As the first half continued our second rows were strong at the tackling and rucking with Orla Maher, Ciara Gahan, Clodagh Fanning and Evelyn Gayson Molloy making sure they defended Abbeyfeale very strongly, to get the ball out to our right winger Jessica Stokes to put Abbeyfeale under pressure. The Fethard girls made the ball work hard for them by offloading and even when Abbeyfeale got their hands on the ball and tried to kick for space our full back Kate Ross was fantastic under the high balls to take it on making valuable ground before sensibly offloading to our backs. Lucy Austin on the left wing never gave up and again supported her backs by receiving ball and making sure any time Abbeyfeale tried to break away down the left wing that she was there. Just before the end of the first half Aoibhe Gayson Molloy received great ball from a combination of passes from Orlaith, Kate, Lucy and Karen and Aoibhe found space and scored her second try of the match to put the Fethard girls 17 - 0 up at half time.

Changes to the team to allow Rachel Ryan and Saoirse Davis to come in to second Row and Evelyn Gayson Molloy move out to Scrum half in the second part of the match caused headache to the Abbeyfeale team who were throwing everything at the Fethard girls that they possibly could. Having lost Aoibhe Gayson Molloy and Lucy Fogarty at half time due to sporting codes clashes as they had to travel back up the motorway for their Cashel School Senior Camogie All Ireland Semi Final, which they duly won. Aisling Morrissey came on to assist her team and helped Fethard defend well. Abbeyfeale later in the second half were able, twice due to penalties given against Fethard, put scores on the board and with 10 minutes left of the second half the score was 17-12 to Fethard. Wow this was a very exciting game. Each and every Fethard player tackled and upped their game to withhold Abbeyfeale right to the final whistle and at times with decisions going against the Fethard girls whose steely determination with Abbeyfeale camped on their own try line they withheld a late surge and deservedly so, were victorious. In the spirit of rugby, it was four years previous that Fethard had played in their first Munster league final in Limerick against Abbeyfeale who were the victors on that occasion in another very close game. So, last Saturday's result and three years of great determination gave the girls what they work hard week in week out for during the seasons.

Congratulations Girls and we at Fethard RFC are so proud of your achievements. Huge thanks to our coaches Jason Flannery and Michael Fogarty for their continued positive work with these girls also with assistance from Louise O'Donnell, Marie Gayson along with Pat O'Donnell and Irish Women's player Edel McMahon. We would also like to thank the club for their support to allow the girls rugby section in Fethard to continue to grow. Furthermore, thanks to our girls sponsor, O'Donnell Fencing, for their assistance over the last few years. We must not forget that the development support that the club received from Women's Rugby Development officer Amanda Greensmith, Munster Rugby, over the past six years to encourage the growth of the IRFU pathway for Women's Rugby under Nora Stapleton.

The girls cannot sit on their laurels as they defend their Munster Cup with the competition starting the week ending, February 23.

New members are always welcome to Fethard Girls Rugby for girls from 6 years old to 18 years. Ladies are also welcome to come along too for 7s rugby. Training on Monday evenings 7.30pm to 8.30pm for all. Training on Friday evenings from 6.45pm to 8pm for U8 to U14 and from 8pm to 9pm for U16s and U18s. Any inquiries, please contact Polly Murphy Tel: 086 339 4959.

Fethard well represented in County Inter-divisional Football Tournaments 

Fethard’s Shane Neville and Michéal Quinlan, who played a major role in the South winning the Tom Collum U16 Football final.

Fethard were well represented in the County Inter-divisional Football Tournaments over the past two weekends. Micheál Quinlan, wing forward and Shane Neville, fullback, played a major role in the South team, winning the Tom Collum U16 Football final in a great game against the West on a scoreline: South Tipp 5-3, West Tipp 3-5.

Daragh Spillane, corner back and Conor Neville, full forward, lost out to Mid Tipp in a sensational U15 final of the Mick Frawley Tournament, by 2-9 to 2-8 ,only losing to a last-minute goal scored in injury time.

Jack Quinlan (midfield) captained South Tipp to an emphatic win over North Tipp 4-7 to 0-0, in U14 Dom Brown Tournament. It was a great honour for Jack to captain a seriously strong divisional team.


Jack Quinlan (midfield) captained South Tipp to an emphatic win over North Tipp 4-7 to 0-0.  It was a great honour for Jack to captain a seriously strong divisional team. 

Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The numbers drawn on February 6 were: 11, 19, 27 and 31. There was no jackpot winner and one ‘Match Three’ winner who received €150: Desmond Martin, Fr. Tirry Centre, Fethard.

The following three ‘Lucky Dip’ winners also received €50 each: Phil Wyatt, Jossestown, Fethard; Roseann Carroll, Lonergan's Bar, Fethard; and Frank Mullins, St. Patrick's Place, Fethard.

Next week’s draw takes place on Wednesday, February 13. 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 8, were: 2, 11, 17 and 32. There was no jackpot winner and one ‘match three’ winner who received €100: Barbara Gunn, Camogie Club.

The next draw takes place on Friday, February 15, in Burke’s Bar at 7.30pm, when the jackpot is €20,100 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.

Exciting 'Reel to Reel' concert coming to Abymill


On Saturday, February 23, the Abymill Theatre will host an extraordinary 'Reel to Reel' Concert starting at 8pm. The concert will feature a nine piece band, which was just a little big for organiser, John Bermingham’s usual venue at Crocanoir.  So they decided to move to the beautiful Abymill Theatre in Fethard instead.  Tickets can be purchased from John at 086-8907329.

'Reel to Reel' will feature the unusual fusion of uileann pipes, accordion, cello, keyboard, drums, bass, mandolin, electric and acoustic guitars, to create a magical, unique sound across a wide range of musical genres. All proceeds of the night will be donated to the L'Arche Community, Callan. The first community in Ireland was founded in 1978 in Kilmoganny, County Kilkenny. L'Arche in Ireland is currently home to over fifty people with intellectual disabilities and the assistants with whom they share life. 

Fethard & District Day Care Centre CLG
Notice is hereby given that an Extraordinary General Meeting of Fethard and District Day Care Centre CLG (Company) will be held at the Tirry Community Centre, Barrack Street, Fethard, on Thursday, February 28, 2019, at 4pm to consider and, if thought fit, pass a special resolution to amend the main objects of the Company's constitution so that an application to become an Approved Housing Body can be furthered.

Tree replacement commences in Burke Street

A concerned Burke Street resident was very happy to report that Tipperary County Council has commenced replacing the felled trees today, Thursday, February 7. 

Two trees, approximately 18 feet tall, were planted by local County Council staff who will also replace the surrounding footpaths with reinforced paving. We congratulate the County Council on their prompt action as promised. 

Killusty Pony Show AGM
The annual general meeting of Killusty Pony Show will take place on Tuesday, February 19, at 7.30pm in the Tirry Community Centre. All are welcome to come along.

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

These are a selection of photographs taken in 1982 . . .


Girls taking part in a Moyglass Road Race in 1982


Boys taking part in a Moyglass Road Race in 1982


Bro Ultan’s retirement day from St. Patrick’s Boys School 1982


St. Patrick’s Boys School pupils photographed at the retirement of Bro Ultan in 1982 


Jack O’Shea’s Bar team that took part in the Fethard Festival Relay Race 1982


Winning team that took part in the Fethard Festival Relay Race 1982


Teacher and coach, Anna Judge, photographed with Fethard Secondary School volleyball team in 1982


Fethard Pioneer Association members photographed in 1982


Jimmy Ryan, Watergate, helping with the demolition of the old creamery in Fethard in 1982.

Fethard News
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Next year’s Tipperariana Book Fair, on February 9, 2020, will be a very special celebration being the 25th Anniversary of what is now recognised as ‘probably’ the best book fair in Ireland.

Health & Wellbeing and Cookery Demonstrations for Parents at Fethard Convent Community Hall
Cookery demonstrations for parents will continue in Fethard Convent Community Hall, every Wednesday for 8 weeks, from 10am to 12 noon. Come along meet new friends, have a cuppa and chat and get delicious recipes each week. Pay as you go, €5 per week. For inquiries, text or phone Grainne Molony Tel: 087 7088670.

Exciting 'Reel to Reel' concert coming to Abymill
Exciting 'Reel to Reel' concert coming to Abymill

On Saturday, February 23, the Abymill Theatre will host an extraordinary 'Reel to Reel' Concert starting at 8pm. The concert will feature a nine piece band, which was just a little big for organiser, John Bermingham’s usual venue at Crocanoir.  So they decided to move to the beautiful Abymill Theatre in Fethard instead.  Tickets can be purchased from John at 086-8907329.

'Reel to Reel' will feature the unusual fusion of uileann pipes, accordion, cello, keyboard, drums, bass, mandolin, electric and acoustic guitars, to create a magical, unique sound across a wide range of musical genres. All proceeds of the night will be donated to the L'Arche Community, Callan. The first community in Ireland was founded in 1978 in Kilmoganny, County Kilkenny. L'Arche in Ireland is currently home to over fifty people with intellectual disabilities and the assistants with whom they share life.

On Saturday, February 23, the Abymill Theatre will host an extraordinary 'Reel to Reel' Concert starting at 8pm. The concert will feature a nine piece band, which was just a little big for organiser, John Bermingham’s usual venue at Crocanoir.  So they decided to move to the beautiful Abymill Theatre in Fethard instead.  Tickets can be purchased from John at 086-8907329.

'Reel to Reel' will feature the unusual fusion of uileann pipes, accordion, cello, keyboard, drums, bass, mandolin, electric and acoustic guitars, to create a magical, unique sound across a wide range of musical genres. All proceeds of the night will be donated to the L'Arche Community, Callan. The first community in Ireland was founded in 1978 in Kilmoganny, County Kilkenny. L'Arche in Ireland is currently home to over fifty people with intellectual disabilities and the assistants with whom they share life.

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

These are a selection of photographs taken in 1982 . . .

Girls taking part in a Moyglass Road Race in 1982
Girls taking part in a Moyglass Road Race in 1982

Boys taking part in a Moyglass Road Race in 1982
Boys taking part in a Moyglass Road Race in 1982


Bro Ultan’s retirement day from St. Patrick’s Boys School 1982
Bro Ultan’s retirement day from St. Patrick’s Boys School 1982

St. Patrick’s Boys School pupils photographed at the retirement of Bro Ultan in 1982
St. Patrick’s Boys School pupils photographed at the retirement of Bro Ultan in 1982

O’Shea’s Bar team that took part in the Fethard Festival Relay Race 1982
Jack O’Shea’s Bar team that took part in the Fethard Festival Relay Race 1982

Winning team that took part in the Fethard Festival Relay Race 1982
Winning team that took part in the Fethard Festival Relay Race 1982


Teacher and coach, Anna Judge, photographed with Fethard Secondary School volleyball team in 1982
Teacher and coach, Anna Judge, photographed with Fethard Secondary School volleyball team in 1982

Fethard Pioneer Association members photographed in 1982
Fethard Pioneer Association members photographed in 1982


Jimmy Ryan, Watergate, helping with the demolition of the old creamery in Fethard in 1982.

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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