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Welcome discussions commence with County Council representatives
Some excellent stonework completed on the site by stonemason Decky McNamara, Mullinahone, and his son Oisín McNamara, photographed above.
Some excellent stonework completed on the East Gate Park in Burke Street by stonemason Decky McNamara, Mullinahone, and his son Oisín McNamara, photographed above.


Following recent concerns from local people about tree felling in Fethard, an initial meeting took place last week between executive engineer Kieran Ladden from Tipperary County Council and Fethard Community Council representatives, including members of the Fethard Historical Society. This was a positive meeting and local reps were reassured by the Council's plans to continue with tree replacement work in Main Street along with a programme of footpath repairs and road resurfacing. Local concerns regarding the width of new trees planted in Burke Street were also addressed. As soon as the trees are given sufficient time to settle and take root, the lower branches will then be pruned back to allow easy passage.

East Gate Park in Burke Street
The current work by the Council creating the new East Gate Park in Burke Street was also discussed. This will be a fantastic asset for both local people and visitors to our wonderful medieval town and will show off a large previously hidden section of the 13th century town walls.

Work in progress at the East Gate Park in Burke Street which will be a fantastic asset for both local people and visitors and will show off a large previously hidden section of the 13th century town walls.
Work in progress at the East Gate Park in Burke Street which will be a fantastic asset for both local people and visitors and will show off a large previously hidden section of the 13th century town walls.

The park will be a new tourism and local amenity in Fethard and will provide public access to a proposed walking trail around the town's ancient walls. An extra benefit will be that the park will provide pedestrian access between Burke Street and Barrack Street.

The value and importance of the Public Realm Plan 2008 was acknowledged at the meeting and it is understood that the Council will be engaging the services of a town planning expert in due course to look at a phased implementation programme of further improvements to the town in the years ahead drawing on the recommendations of the Public Realm document. This process will involve public consultation.

Social dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, March 3, to the 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.

Fethard Senior Citizens Club
Fethard Senior Citizens Club will hold their first meeting of the year on Tuesday, March 5, in the Tirry Community Centre, Barrack Street, at 7.30pm. New members always welcome to join us.

Fethard Bridge Club results
Congratulations to Fethard Bridge Club members Keith Woodlock and Tony Hanrahan, and to Clonmel Bridge Club members Peter Lisiak and Leo Swift who were on the winning team in the ‘Tipperary Teams Competition’ held at Clonmel Bridge Centre on Sunday, February 17. Photographed above with their trophy L to R: Keith, Tony, Peter and Leo.
Congratulations to Fethard Bridge Club members Keith Woodlock and Tony Hanrahan, and to Clonmel Bridge Club members Peter Lisiak and Leo Swift who were on the winning team in the ‘Tipperary Teams Competition’ held at Clonmel Bridge Centre on Sunday, February 17. Photographed above with their trophy L to R: Keith, Tony, Peter and Leo.


On Wednesday, February 13 we played for sponsored prizes and the results were: 1st Nett, Carol Kenny and Gemma Burke (winners of sponsored prize); 2nd Nett, Mary Nolan and Theresa O’Brien; 3rd Nett, Marie Delaney and Ann O’Dea; 1st Gross, Monica Anglim and Betty Walsh; 2nd Gross, Carmel Condon and Brendan Kenny; 3rd Gross, Tony Hanrahan and Keith Woodlock.

On March 13 we play the first round of the Club Championship. Bridge starts at 7.15pm each Wednesday. Anyone looking for a partner contact Gemma Burke 086-6064148.

Marina's School of Dance
Dancers from Marina's School of Dance who are taking part in a Variety Show in Halla na Feile, Cashel on Friday March 1, at 7.30pm in aid of Scoil Aonghusa Special School in Cashel. The annual Fethard children's 'strictly' will take place in Fethard Ballroom on Monday, May 27. Standing L to R: Sophie McEvoy, Thomas O'Rahilly, Kate Byrne, A.J. Arrault, Lauren Reddy, Callum Doheny, Miceál O'Rahilly, Ruth McGuinness, Aoibheann Collum, Evan Prior, Rose Reddy and Billy Hayes. In front is Meave Collum.
Dancers from Marina's School of Dance who are taking part in a Variety Show in Halla na Feile, Cashel on Friday March 1, at 7.30pm in aid of Scoil Aonghusa Special School in Cashel. The annual Fethard children's 'strictly' will take place in Fethard Ballroom on Monday, May 27. Standing L to R: Sophie McEvoy, Thomas O'Rahilly, Kate Byrne, A.J. Arrault, Lauren Reddy, Callum Doheny, Miceál O'Rahilly, Ruth McGuinness, Aoibheann Collum, Evan Prior, Rose Reddy and Billy Hayes. In front is Meave Collum.

Fethard & Killusty Novena 2019
This year’s Fethard & Killusty Parish Novena will take place from Monday, April 8, to Tuesday, April 16, starting times at 7.30pm on Monday to Friday; 7pm on Saturday and 11am on Sunday. This year Holy Trinity Parish Church is celebrating 200 years and we invite all to join us for this special Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help.

Table Quiz in aid of Fethard & District Day Care Centre
Fethard & District Day Care Centre will hold a table quiz in Butlers Sports Bar, Main Street, Fethard, on Friday March 1, and we ask for your support by coming along and entering a team.

Fethard Day Care Centre serves the older members of the communities of Fethard, Killusty, Killenaule, Moyglass, Drangan and Mullinahone. They provide a warm, comfortable setting for daily gatherings, where clients can meet, play a game of Bingo, partake in arts, crafts and exercises suited to their needs. They are served hot nourishing meals, cooked in a state-of-the-art kitchen and ‘Meals on Wheels’ are also provided and delivered three days a week.

If you or a family member are interested in attending the Day Care Centre, please contact your Public Health Nurse or call in to Geraldine in the Tirry Community Centre in Barrack Street, Fethard. Tel: (052) 613 2917.

Fethard U18 Girls reach Munster League semifinal
Fethard U18s Girls rugby team who reached the Munster League Semifinal. Back L to R: Kate Gayson Molloy, Anna Kennedy, Tilly Magnier, Lucy Murphy, Eabha Fitzgerald, Orla O’Donnell, Gabrielle Spicer, Hannah McCabe, Nicole Vaughan, Therese Ryan. Front L to R: Jen Fogarty, Faye Dowling, Mia Cooney, Leah Coen, Annica O’Connor and Alison Connolly. Missing from photograph are Karen Bennett and Aoibhe Gayson Molloy. All these girls showed great tenacity playing together.
Fethard U18s Girls rugby team who reached the Munster League Semifinal. Back L to R: Kate Gayson Molloy, Anna Kennedy, Tilly Magnier, Lucy Murphy, Eabha Fitzgerald, Orla O’Donnell, Gabrielle Spicer, Hannah McCabe, Nicole Vaughan, Therese Ryan. Front L to R: Jen Fogarty, Faye Dowling, Mia Cooney, Leah Coen, Annica O’Connor and Alison Connolly. Missing from photograph are Karen Bennett and Aoibhe Gayson Molloy. All these girls showed great tenacity playing together.


Congratulations to Fethard U18s Girls who reached the Munster League Semi Final following a great campaign again this year in the League, winning eight out of eleven matches played this season. The girls have been very busy having travelled to play Bantry, Carrick, Old Christians, Highfield and Skibbereen away, as well as playing at home. They also played Mallow and travelled to Ennis. The girls have shown great improvement this season and the only two teams to beat our Fethard U18 Girls were Carrick and Ennis.

Wishing the girls continued success this season and special thanks to their coach Pat O’Donnell and also to Monday evening coaches Michael Fogarty and Jason Flannery. Keep up the great work girls.

Students create Dragon/Dinosaur willow sculpture


Patrician Presentation Second Year Art students with their new willow Dragon/Dinosaur sculpture. Also included are School Principal, Mr Pat Coffey, Deputy Principal, Ms Mary Anne Fogarty, Principal Fethard Holy Trinity N.S., Ms Tríona Morrisson, and her three prize winning pupils who had the honour of naming the willow sculpture, ‘Miss Kiesha Rex’.
Patrician Presentation Second Year Art students with their new willow Dragon/Dinosaur sculpture. Also included are School Principal, Mr Pat Coffey, Deputy Principal, Ms Mary Anne Fogarty, Principal Fethard Holy Trinity N.S., Ms Tríona Morrisson, and her three prize winning pupils who had the honour of naming the willow sculpture, ‘Miss Kiesha Rex’.


Patrician Presentation Second Year Art students have just created and named a willow Dragon/Dinosaur sculpture which they created over three full days working with Lyn Kirkham, artist and Willow sculptor from Greenmantle Studios, Co. Tipperary.

The willow used was sourced from the local Osier bed at Monroe, Fethard, owned the Cummins family. Students then organised a competition to name their piece and invited the 5th and 6th class pupils from Holy Trinity National School, Fethard, to enter. Three winners were chosen: 1st prize, Taylor Blake, and joint 2nd prizes to Lucy Lawrence and Sami Laaksonen. Congratulations to all. The winning name chosen for the new Willow Dragon is ‘Miss Kiesha Rex’.

The life span of these willow pieces is roughly 3-5 years, The Willow Deer, created by TY students four years ago, still sits on the banks of the Clashawley in Fethard and is nearing the end of its willow lifespan.

O’Meara brothers do well in county Swimming Finals
Ronan O’Meara, Red City, Fethard, who won a gold medal in the Under 10 Freestyle  County Swimming Final and will now represent Tipperary at the National Finals in UL in May.
Ronan O’Meara, Red City, Fethard, who won a gold medal in the Under 10 Freestyle County Swimming Final and will now represent Tipperary at the National Finals in UL in May.

Congratulations to brothers Ronan and Mark O’Meara, Red City, Fethard, who competed very well in the recent Community Games county finals. Ronan won a gold medal in the Under 10 Freestyle event in the Tipperary Finals held in Thurles. He won his heat, his semifinal and then the final. He now goes on to represent Tipperary at the National Finals in UL in May. Mark finished 3rd in his event, the U14 breaststroke and won a bronze medal.

Mark O’Meara, Red City, Fethard, who won a bronze medal in the County U14 Breaststroke  Swimming Final
Mark O’Meara, Red City, Fethard, who won a bronze medal in the County U14 Breaststroke Swimming Final

Patrician Presentation Secondary School news

Welcome to First Years 2019
Entrance Assessments for incoming 1st Year Students will take place in the school on Saturday next, March 2nd at 9.30 pm and will conclude at 12.30 am. Students will be provided with a mid-morning snack and parents are invited to attend a “Meet and Greet” function, hosted by the Parents’ Association, in the school’s Cookery Kitchen from 12 pm onwards. If you would still like to enrol your child in our school for next August, please ring the office at (052) 6131572.

Lourdes Quiz
The annual Lourdes Quiz, kindly organised by the Parents’ Association, will be held in Fethard Convent Community Hall on Monday, March 11 at 8pm. Two students from the school traditionally accompany the Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes in June and this initiative is organised in the school by Ms McKeogh in conjunction with the parish Lourdes Committee.

It is a memorable experience for the students involved and we are grateful to all the local people who support the quiz each year, provide sponsorship and buy raffle tickets for the event. There are six applicants for the two places and the draw for these places will take place after the fundraising quiz on March 11.

Transition Year Information Evening
An information evening for students and their parents interested in Transition Year will be held in the school on Monday, March 4th at 7 pm. The school has a very comprehensive Transition Year Programme and our students benefit greatly from this experience each year.

Ireland Newfoundland Gathering coming around again

For those interested in connecting with relatives or visiting the beautiful Newfoundland, this year's annual event will be hosted in Newfoundland from August 23 to August 31, 2019.

If you are interested in travelling to Newfoundland this August, please come along to an Information Evening in O'Ceallachain's, Main Street, Carrick-on-Suir, E32 W983, on this Wednesday, February 27 at 8pm. All are welcome, even if you don’t intend travelling this year. Do come along and bring a friend. The Ireland Newfoundland Festival is a unique community festival which rotates between South-East Ireland and Newfoundland, Canada.

John Roche, a native of Ballinard and now living in Kilsheelan , is a regular traveller with the group and was amazed by the hospitality shown and the ‘unreal’ Irishness of certain parts of the Newfoundland. For further information contact Wally Kirwan Tel: 087 2310396.

The visit is part of an on-going arrangement, where Newfoundlanders come to the South East one year, stay with Irish families, then the next year the Irish go to Newfoundland and do likewise. Up to half the population of Newfoundland of 600,000 have Irish ancestry and the forbearers of these Irish Canadians nearly came exclusively from counties Waterford, Tipperary, Kilkenny and Wexford. They all left in the 1700s and early 1800s (before the Great Famine) to work in the fishing industry. In fact the Irish word for Newfoundland is Talamh an Éisc, which literally means ‘the fishing grounds’.

In August , 2012, over sixty visiting Newfoundlanders visited Coolmore Stud and Fethard town, photographed above.

Social dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, March 3, to the 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.

Fethard Senior Citizens Club
Fethard Senior Citizens Club will hold their first meeting of the year on Tuesday, March 5, in the Tirry Community Centre, Barrack Street, at 7.30pm. New members always welcome to join us.

Fethard & Killusty Novena 2019
This year’s Fethard & Killusty Parish Novena will take place from Monday, April 8, to Tuesday, April 16, starting times at 7.30pm on Monday to Friday; 7pm on Saturday and 11am on Sunday. This year Holy Trinity Parish Church is celebrating 200 years and we invite all to join us for this special Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help.

Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The numbers drawn on February 20 were: 4, 12, 13 and 29. There was no jackpot winner and one ‘Match Three’ winner who received €150: Mary O'Sullivan, Clerihan.

The following three ‘Lucky Dip’ winners also received €50 each: John Connolly, Clonmel; Eddie O'Brien, Burke Street, Fethard; and Monica O'Shea, Woodvale Walk, Fethard.

Next week’s draw takes place on Wednesday, February 27. 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 22, were: 2, 27, 28 and 32. There was no jackpot winner and two ‘match three’ winners who received €50 each: Emily Spillane, St. Rita’s Camogie Club; and Caroline Ryan, Clerihan.

The next draw takes place on Friday, March 1, in Burke’s Bar at 7.30pm, when the jackpot is €20,300 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.

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.

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 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 . . .

Fethard GAA Dinner Dance in Cahir House Hotel and 'Player of the Past' Presentation to Bill ConnorsGroup taken at the Fethard GAA Dinner Dance in Cahir House Hotel and 'Player of the Past' Presentation to Bill Connors, November 1982.

Photographed at Fethard GAA Dinner Dance in Cahir House Hotel and 'Player of the Past' Presentation to Bill Connors in November 1982 are L to R: Johanna Bradshaw, Mattie Bradshaw, Kathleen Bradshaw and Rory Bradshaw.
Photographed at Fethard GAA Dinner Dance in Cahir House Hotel and 'Player of the Past' Presentation to Bill Connors in November 1982 are L to R: Johanna Bradshaw, Mattie Bradshaw, Kathleen Bradshaw and Rory Bradshaw.

Group photographed at Fethard GAA Dinner Dance in Cahir House Hotel and 'Player of the Past' Presentation to Bill Connors in November 1982.
Group photographed at Fethard GAA Dinner Dance in Cahir House Hotel and 'Player of the Past' Presentation to Bill Connors in November 1982.

Group of Moyglass Macra members photographed at meeting in Moyglass Hall in November 1982.
Group of Moyglass Macra members photographed at meeting in Moyglass Hall in November 1982.


Group at NACA Presentations in Fethard Arms (December 1982) L to R: Fergus McCormack, Roger Mehta, Tommy Sheehan, Joan Shine, Miceál McCormack, Mary McCormack, Chris Coen, Douglas Hannigan, Moira Casey, Jeff Hannigan and Sean Hannigan.

Printers soccer team: Martin Quinlivan, Pat Barry, Larry Fahy, Billy Byrne, Eddie Anderson, Jeddy Walsh, Ernie Maken (capt) and John Hunt photographed at the Killusty Seven-a-side Soccer Tournament Final, August 1982.
Printers soccer team: Martin Quinlivan, Pat Barry, Larry Fahy, Billy Byrne, Eddie Anderson, Jeddy Walsh, Ernie Maken (capt) and John Hunt photographed at the Killusty Seven-a-side Soccer Tournament Final, August 1982.

Ballylooby seven-a-side soccer team who beat Printers 2-1 in the final of the Killusty seven-a-side Soccer Tournament. Ballylooby Team: Pat O’Brien, Mick O'Brien, Pat O’Brien, Tommy Fitzgerald, P. J. Moloney, Dick Doyle, Pat Phelan (capt), Eamon Condon and Eamon Gleeson.
Ballylooby seven-a-side soccer team who beat Printers 2-1 in the final of the Killusty seven-a-side Soccer Tournament, August 1982. Ballylooby Team: Pat O’Brien, Mick O'Brien, Pat O’Brien, Tommy Fitzgerald, P. J. Moloney, Dick Doyle, Pat Phelan (capt), Eamon Condon and Eamon Gleeson.

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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