Current News from Fethard and Killusty Co. Tipperary


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




Last updated

Monday, July 1, 2019

 

Search Query

 



 
 

Killusty Pony Show on Saturday July 6

Pat Culligan starting preparations for this year’s Killusty Pony Show, which takes place on Saturday, July 6.
Pat Culligan starting preparations for this year’s Killusty Pony Show, which takes place on Saturday, July 6.

A reminder to all our faithful followers of Killusty Pony Show, we are holding our annual show at Claremore, Killusty on Saturday, July 6. This year our schedule contains 102 classes for horses and ponies and suitable for riders of all ages. There is €100 prize for the 1st in show hunter not exceeding 158cm, lightweight class and middleweight/heavy weight class! There is also €200 prize for the Champion Ridden Horse. This a competition not to be missed!

Killusty Pony Show are delighted to announce that we have a qualifier for the Champion of Champions Young Stock 2019. The final will be held at the annual IPS Championship Show in Barnadown, Gorey, Co. Wexford, on August 17, 2019. This is a wonderful opportunity for all the young stock exhibitors and breeders coming to Killusty. This show is one of the leading shows in Ireland for promoting young stock which they endeavour to do every year as Killusty Pony Show has always been renowned for its excellence in showcasing youngstock.

As usual we have all our favourite classes, including non-competitive classes for the future stars, handy pony, cob classes, performance jumping, equitation jumping, side-saddle and working hunter. As the young handlers was very popular last year, we have decided to have two categories for the young handlers 7-12, and 13-17. Also, on the day we have the dog show which proves very popular with the young children, not forgetting our fancy dress which is always colourful and attracts an audience to culminate the day. One must ask the question ‘Is our 102 classes a record for a one day show?’

As chairman of the show, I would like to sincerely thank all the organising committee for their dedication in making the show a success. Yours sincerely, Pat Culligan.

Midsummer Rural Ramble to Everardsgrange
Dr. Marie Taylor photographed with the 'Rural Ramble' group with whom she shared her research findings on Cramps Castle, Downey’s Barn, the manorial system and the evolution of the parish system.
Dr. Marie Taylor photographed with the 'Rural Ramble' group with whom she shared her research findings on Cramps Castle, Downey’s Barn, the manorial system and the evolution of the parish system.

On Friday last, June 21, Fethard Historical Society members and friends made three stops along their route to Everardsgrange, where Dr. Marie Taylor, a native of Saucestown, Fethard, now lecturing in University of Limerick, shared her research on the locality to an attentive audience.

Hamilton Abbey
Fethard Augustinian Abbey and Hamilton Abbey (Abbey House) on right, now demolished.. c1895
Fethard Augustinian Abbey and Hamilton Abbey (Abbey House) on right, now demolished. c1895

At the bridge on the Cloneen Road, Marie spoke about the old Augustinian House, Hamilton Abbey, as described in the sale rental of 4 June 1850 as ‘old fashioned’ but ‘a most romantic and elegant residence’. It contained a ‘fine cellarage, servants apartments and offices, large sized hall, breakfast parlour, dining room and drawing room, ten bed chambers, dairy, pantries, etc.’ and was in the possession of W.H. Latham. It was valued in Griffith's Valuation at £15.3 shillings. This property appears to have originally belonged to Hamilton Lowe. The ‘Limerick General Advertiser’ of May 16, 1820, records the giving of the nearby Augustinian Abbey at Fethard to the Reverend Thomas Condon, Prior, by Mrs Hamilton Lowe and W. Latham.

Downey’s Barn
Our second stop was at Downey's Cross where in near-by Downey's Barn the Irish Volunteers of Fethard and district met for training and drills. People reminisced about the shop and the platform dances of the Downey's Cross of the past.

Patrick Ryan, Kerry Street, Fethard, in his witness statement to the Bureau of Military History 1913-21, records his time with the Fethard Company Irish Volunteers 1917-1921 in the following excerpt.

“On a night in the early summer of 1917, I attended a meeting which was held in a place called Downey’s Barn at Crampscastle, Fethard. This meeting was called for the purpose of organising an Irish Volunteer company in Fethard and district, and, if I mistake not, the late Paddy Hogan of Cashel, Afterwards Commandant of the 2nd Battalion, was one of those principally concerned in arranging the meeting.

In the election of officers which followed, I was elected as Captain of the company, James Keating of Brookhill was elected 1st. Lieutenant. James Tierney of Fethard was elected Company Adjutant and Tommy Lee of Fethard was elected Company Quartermaster.

There was no activity of note at that time. After the company we formed weekly parades generally at Downey’s Barn, and training in foot drill was engaged in. This training was conducted by the company officers. Later the company officers attended training classes given by the late Sean Treacy at a farmer’s place near Ballinure.”

Everardsgrange Cemetery
At Everardsgrange cemetery, within the church ruins, Marie explained how the manorial system, under the Everard family, led on to the parish system as the lord of the manor decided to build a small church on his demesne.
At Everardsgrange cemetery, within the church ruins, Marie explained how the manorial system, under the Everard family, led on to the parish system as the lord of the manor decided to build a small church on his demesne.

At the end of Marie's very interesting and informative talk participants shared stories about the locality, while Catherine O’Flynn and Tony Hanrahan supplied all the ‘ramblers’ with tea, coffee and biscuits. Being midsummer, we had the advantage of walking back to Fethard in daylight admiring Slievenamon and the surrounding countryside as we made our way towards home.

Hillwalking Radio Group’s 'Ramble in The Glen'
The Hillwalking Radio Group’s annual fundraising walk, 'Ramble in The Glen', will take place on Saturday evening, July 6, at 7pm in Lisvernane. This walk is low level along forestry track in the beautiful Glen of Aherlow and takes about one hour. Refreshments and raffle afterwards in the hall. Mass is available prior to the walk at 6pm. Further details at: www.hillwalkingradio.blogspot.com

The Hillwalking Radio Group was formed in 2010 to provide emergency radio communications for events that take place on and along the foothills of the Galtee mountains. All our members are now fully trained as Cardiac First Responders under the guidance of St. John Ambulance instructors.

Postcards of Fethard Town Hall
Here we have two different views of Fethard Town Hall printed from original mixed media work by Lucy Moore: painting, hand and machine embroidery on Calico. After Lucy completed her first painting, she later realised how much it had changed since its restoration and produced the second painting.

Each card is priced at €3, each, they are printed on a linen paper, and
come with an envelope. The cards are left blank inside with information printed on back of each card. They are available for sale in Fethard at the FHC Experience (Town Hall), Fethard Post Office, O'Sullivans Pharmacy, Town and County, John Hennessy's Veterinary Clinic, ‘Fethard Flowers by Mandy’, The Clothes Line (Charity Shop), as well as Cloneen Post Office and The Narrow Space in Clonmel.

Fethard Town Hall - This card is an interpretation of Fethard Mediaeval Town Hall before restoration, built in c.1610 by the Everard family as an almshouse. Post 1770 it was used as a market house, court house, town hall, and in the twentieth century, a dance hall. It now houses the Fethard Horse Country Experience, as well as a weekly country market thus continuing a market tradition initiated here by Olivia Hughes in 1947. © Lucy Moore.
Fethard Town Hall - This card is an interpretation of Fethard Mediaeval Town Hall before restoration, built in c.1610 by the Everard family as an almshouse. Post 1770 it was used as a market house, court house, town hall, and in the twentieth century, a dance hall. It now houses the Fethard Horse Country Experience, as well as a weekly country market thus continuing a market tradition initiated here by Olivia Hughes in 1947. © Lucy Moore.

Fethard Town Hall - This card is an interpretation of Fethard Mediaeval Town Hall after restoration, built in c.1610 by the Everard family as an almshouse. Post 1770 it was used as a market house, court house, town hall, and in the twentieth century, a dance hall. It now houses the Fethard Horse Country Experience, as well as a weekly country market thus continuing a market tradition initiated here by Olivia Hughes in 1947. © Lucy Moore.
Fethard Town Hall - This card is an interpretation of Fethard Mediaeval Town Hall after restoration, built in c.1610 by the Everard family as an almshouse. Post 1770 it was used as a market house, court house, town hall, and in the twentieth century, a dance hall. It now houses the Fethard Horse Country Experience, as well as a weekly country market thus continuing a market tradition initiated here by Olivia Hughes in 1947. © Lucy Moore.

Fethard & Killusty Community Council
The next meeting of Fethard & Killusty Community Council will take place on Tuesday night, July 2, at 8pm in the Tirry Community Centre, Barrack Street, Fethard.

Social dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, June 30, to the music of ‘Dermot Lyons’. 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. For further information or for booking the ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420, Email: eileencoady@hotmail.com

Cemetery Masses in Fethard
Mass will be celebrated at Calvary Cemetery, Fethard, on Friday, July 5, at 7.30pm. Please come along to this special celebration remembering our family and friends who have passed to their eternal reward. On Friday, July 12, Mass will be celebrated at Red City Cemetery at 7.30pm.

Senior Day at Fethard Day Care Centre
The Fethard & District Day Care Centre are holding a Senior Day on this Friday, June 28, from 10am. The chiropodist will be in attendance. All seniors welcome.

Day Care Centre AGM this Thursday
The Fethard & District Day Care Centre will hold their Annual General Meeting on Thursday, June 27, at 8pm in the Tirry Community Centre, Barrack Street, All are welcome.

We would also like to thank our clients, family members, and friends who joined us on our annual holiday to Galway last month and especially our volunteers who give of their time and pay for the privilege of coming with us year after year. The savings club will re-open in September for next year's holiday.

Died recently
The late Anne Connolly who died on Monday, June 24, 2019The death has occurred on Monday, June 24, 2019, of Anne Connolly (née O'Neill), Post Office, Main Street, Fethard.

Anne, deeply regretted by her loving husband Jimmy, sons Barry, Ted and Jim, daughter Anne Marie, daughters-in-law Julie, Colette, Lauren and Laura, grandchildren Aidan, Jake and Ella, brothers Ken, Jimmy, Hugh, Martin, Hal and Eoghan, sister Claire, her aunt Joan Davin Looby, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. May she rest in peace.

Reposing at her home on Wednesday, June 26, from 5pm to 8pm. Funeral Mass in the Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, on Thursday, June 27, at 11am, followed by burial in the adjoining Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations if desired to the Irish Cancer Society.

Died Recently
The late Rev George Knowd who died on Sunday, June 23, 2019The death has occurred on Sunday, June 23, 2019, of Rev. George Alexander Knowd (Sunhaven), Knockelly Road, Fethard, peacefully at South Tipperary General Hospital. Beloved husband of Gwen for 60 years, dearest father of Tanya and Melissa, sadly missed by his sons-in-law George and Alan, sister June and brother Pat, loving grandad to Cherrelle, Stuart, Andrew, Lauren, Emma and Katie, relatives and friends.

Reposing at O’Donoghue’s Funeral Home, Kickham Street, Clonmel on Tuesday evening from 5pm with removal at 6.15pm to St. John’s Cathedral, Cashel. Funeral Service at 1.30pm on Wednesday with burial immediately afterwards in St. Canice’s Church, Aghaboe, Rathdowney, Co. Laois.

House private please. Family flowers only please, donations, if desired, to La Cairde (Alzheimer’s Society). Safe In The Arms Of Jesus.

Eoin wins three gold medals at Italian Racquetball Open
Photographed after the presentation of prizes at the Mens Open Racquetball Singles are L to R: Padraic Ryder (runner-up), Marco Arnoldi (Tournament Director) and Eoin Tynan (winner).
Photographed after the presentation of prizes at the Mens Open Racquetball Singles are L to R: Padraic Ryder (runner-up), Marco Arnoldi (Tournament Director) and Eoin Tynan (winner).

Congratulations to Eoin Tynan, formerly from St. Patrick’s Place, Fethard, who continues to reach new heights in his racquetball career, winning three gold medals at the recent 13th Italian Open Racquetball championships.

Eoin will now travel to Korea next month to represent Ireland in the first Eurasia Championship to be held from July 5 to July 7, in Seoul. In September he will travel to Hamburg, Germany, to compete in the European Championships. Well done Eoin and best of luck from all in Fethard!

Ryan Walsh plays for Tipperary Minor Hurling team
Congratulations to Ryan Walsh, son of Eugene Walsh and his late wife Tracy, Kilnockin Road, Fethard, who started at No 7 on the Tipperary Minor hurling team that played Limerick in Semple Stadium on Sunday last, June 16. Although well-beaten on the day, 3-24 to Tipperary’s 1-15, this young Tipperary team, many of whom are underage again next year, will have gained vast experience playing this sharper Limerick side.Congratulations to Ryan Walsh, son of Eugene Walsh and his late wife Tracy, Kilnockin Road, Fethard, who started at No 7 on the Tipperary Minor hurling team that played Limerick in Semple Stadium on Sunday last, June 16. Although well-beaten on the day, 3-24 to Tipperary’s 1-15, this young Tipperary team, many of whom are underage again next year, will have gained vast experience playing this sharper Limerick side.

Ryan, from an early age, has excelled in all sports that he took part in including, athletics, soccer, football, hurling and was chosen as the overall ‘Young Sportsman of the Year’ at the Butler’s Bar Sports Achievement Awards for 2018. We wish Ryan every success in the future and no doubt, this is just the beginning of this young Fethard man’s sporting career.

100km Louis Coen Memorial Cycle to raise funds for South Tipperary General Hospital
On Saturday, June 29, 2019, fourteen cyclists will depart from Killusty to complete a 100km cycle in memory of the late Louis Coen, Killusty. The aim of this event is to raise as much funds as possible for Palliative Care at South Tipperary General Hospital in Clonmel. Many of us in recent times have relied on the outstanding Palliative Care team who provide families with assistance, assurances and kindness during very difficult times.On Saturday, June 29, fourteen cyclists will depart from Killusty to complete a 100km cycle in memory of the late Louis Coen, Killusty. The aim of this event is to raise as much funds as possible for Palliative Care at South Tipperary General Hospital in Clonmel. Many of us in recent times have relied on the outstanding Palliative Care team who provide families with assistance, assurances and kindness during very difficult times.

The cycle will be kept local, with a route in and around Killusty, Cloneen and Fethard areas. The cyclists taking part and accepting donations are Michael Quinlan, Gerry Murphy, P.J. Aherne, Mikey Aherne, Liam McInerney, Johnny Neville, Eugene Blanchfield, John Hurley, Chris Coen, Jimmy O'Meara, Tommy Gahan, Tom Anglim, Stephen O'Donnell and Tony Shelly. Donations can also be made to the online ‘Go Fund Me’ webpage called ‘100km Cycle in Aid of Palliative Care Team S.T.G.H.’ or CLICK HERE

The group look forward to a successful event and take this opportunity to thank you for your support. All donations will go directly to the Palliative Care Team at S.T.G.H. Clonmel.

Fethard & Killusty Community Lotto
The numbers drawn on Wednesday, June 19, were: 2, 3, 23 and 34. There was no jackpot winner and two ‘Match Three’ winners who received €75 each: Conor Shelley, Moyglass; and Alice Lawrence, Woodvale Walk, Fethard.

The following three ‘Lucky Dip’ winners also received €50 each: Eileen Ryan, Friarsgrange, Fethard; Patrick Lawlor (online ticket); and Marie Allen, St. Patrick's Place, Fethard.

Next week’s draw takes place on Wednesday, June 26. 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, June 21, were: 10, 17, 33 and 34. There was no jackpot winner and no ‘match three’ winner. One lucky Dip winner received €50: Linda Aherne, Prospect. Two lucky Dip winners received €25: Teresa Hurley, Strylea, Fethard; and Michael Sheehan, Killusty.

The next draw takes place on Friday, June 28, in Burke’s Bar at 7.30pm, when the jackpot is €22,000 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.

Faces and Places from the Past
The following are a selection of photographs of faces and places taken in our locality that may bring back memories to many of our readers and visitors to fethard.com Please send any comments or photo information, names and event, to fethardnews@gmail.com

Pictured on the occasion of the visit of the National Youth Information Coordinator to the Clonmel Youth Information Centre. Back L to R: Miriam Doyle, Doreen Carthy, Miriam Twomey (volunteers), John Lawless (Youth Information Officer W.R.Y.S.), Breda Hogan, Ann Kearns, Nellie O'Brien, Mai O'Shea, Colleen McCormack (volunteers). Front L to R: Willie O'Donnell, (volunteer), Frances Newman (National Youth Information Coordinator), Eoin O'Neill (Regional Youth Director W.R.Y.S.), Claire Hartley (Youth & Community Worker W.R.Y.S.).
Pictured on the occasion of the visit of the National Youth Information Coordinator to the Clonmel Youth Information Centre on July 8, 1993. Back L to R: Miriam Doyle, Doreen Carthy, Miriam Twomey (volunteers), John Lawless (Youth Information Officer W.R.Y.S.), Breda Hogan, Ann Kearns, Nellie O'Brien, Mai O'Shea, Colleen McCormack (volunteers). Front L to R: Willie O'Donnell, (volunteer), Frances Newman (National Youth Information Coordinator), Eoin O'Neill (Regional Youth Director W.R.Y.S.), Claire Hartley (Youth & Community Worker W.R.Y.S.).

At a gathering of the 'Mockler's Hill, Coolmoyne, Fort Aengus' Bóthar Group on July 8, 1993 in Cashel, they were happy to welcome Dr. Bernard Muyaya from Uganda. Dr. Muyeya, a Veterinary Surgeon, is responsible for the field programme in Uganda, he together with his team selects and prepares families to receive Irish Cows. Dr. Muyeya presented each of the donors with a photograph of heifers with their new Ugandan families. L to R: Julianne Maher, Bóthar; Paddy Morrissey; Fr. Derry Quirke; Dr. Bernard Muyeya; Eamon Quirke, Bóthar; Peter Ireton, secretary Bóthar; Mary Quirke; Dean James Ryan P.P. Cashel.
At a gathering of the 'Mockler's Hill, Coolmoyne, Fort Aengus' Bóthar Group on July 8, 1993, in Cashel, they were happy to welcome Dr. Bernard Muyaya from Uganda. Dr. Muyeya, a Veterinary Surgeon, is responsible for the field programme in Uganda, he together with his team selects and prepares families to receive Irish Cows. Dr. Muyeya presented each of the donors with a photograph of heifers with their new Ugandan families. L to R: Julianne Maher, Bóthar; Paddy Morrissey; Fr. Derry Quirke; Dr. Bernard Muyeya; Eamon Quirke, Bóthar; Peter Ireton, secretary Bóthar; Mary Quirke; Dean James Ryan P.P. Cashel.

Talking of times past at Old Bridge, Clonmel, on July 9, 1993, are three of the last Tipperary football team to play in a Munster Final against Kerry in July 1944. L to R: Tommy O'Keeffe, William 'Bunny' Lambe and Jim Williams.
Talking of times past at Old Bridge, Clonmel, on July 9, 1993, are three of the last Tipperary football team to play in a Munster Final against Kerry in July 1944. L to R: Tommy O'Keeffe, William 'Bunny' Lambe and Jim Williams.

Cllr. Michael O’Brien, Mayor of Clonmel, cutting the tape at the official opening of the new Respond Housing Scheme at Oakland Drive, Clonmel, on July 11, 1993. Included are: Richard Brannigan, chairperson residents committee; Kathy Lanigan, Respond Educational Officer; Jamie Wallace, Director Respond; Fr. Pat Cogan O.F.M., Chairman Respond; Jim Quigley, Quantity Surveyor; Luke Halley, Builder; Jimmy Sweeney, Town Foreman with Clonmel Corporation.
Cllr. Michael O’Brien, Mayor of Clonmel, cutting the tape at the official opening of the new Respond Housing Scheme at Oakland Drive, Clonmel, on July 11, 1993. Included are: Richard Brannigan, chairperson residents committee; Kathy Lanigan, Respond Educational Officer; Jamie Wallace, Director Respond; Fr. Pat Cogan O.F.M., Chairman Respond; Jim Quigley, Quantity Surveyor; Luke Halley, Builder; Jimmy Sweeney, Town Foreman with Clonmel Corporation.


Ladies from Drangan ICA guild pictured at the Drangan Homecoming Festival Fancy Dress Parade on July 11, 1993.
Ladies from Drangan ICA guild pictured at the Drangan Homecoming Festival Fancy Dress Parade on July 11, 1993.

Rachel Outhram (2nd from right) from Killusty, pictured with sisters Stephanie, Susan and Joan O’Shea from Cloran, Cloneen, at the Drangan Homecoming Festival Fancy Dress Parade on July 11, 1993.
Rachel Outhram (2nd from right) from Killusty, pictured with sisters Stephanie, Susan and Joan O’Shea from Cloran, Cloneen, at the Drangan Homecoming Festival on July 11, 1993.

Ready for the start of the ‘Egg & Spoon’ race at the Drangan Homecoming Festival on July 11, 1993.
Ready for the start of the ‘Egg & Spoon’ race at the Drangan Homecoming Festival on July 11, 1993.

Paul Horan, Knockura, Drangan, dressed up for the Fancy Dress Parade on July 11, 1993.
Paul Horan, Knockura, Drangan, dressed up for the Fancy Dress Parade on July 11, 1993.

at the Drangan Homecoming Festival Fancy Dress Parade on July 11, 1993.
Marie and Máiréad Winters from Hillview, Drangan at the Drangan Homecoming Festival on July 11, 1993.

For Facebook members, many of these photos are also published on Fethard Faces and Places from the Past page. This Facebook page is used for sharing old Fethard photographs with members of the group and is open to anyone interested in joining.


Fethard News
Items for inclusion on this website and on the weekly Fethard News page on The Nationalist can be emailed before noon on Mondays to fethardnews@gmail.com or delivered by hand to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard.

Share this page on Facebook


 

 


ARCHIVED
NEWS


Jun 24 2019
Jun 17 2019
Jun 10 2019
Jun 03 2019
May 27 2019
May 20 2019
May 13 2019
May 06 2019
Apr 29 2019
Apr 22 2019
Apr 15 2019
Apr 08 2019
Apr 01 2019
Mar 25 2019
Mar 18 2019
Mar 11 2019
Mar 04 2019
Feb 25 2019
Feb 18 2019
Feb 11 2019
Feb 04 2019
Jan 28 2019
Jan 21 2019
Jan 14 2019
Jan 07 2019
Dec 31 2018
Dec 24 2018
Dec 17 2018
Dec 10 2018
Dec 03 2018
Nov 26 2018
Nov 19 2018
Nov 12 2018
Nov 05 2018
Oct 29 2018
Oct 22 2018
Oct 15 2018
Oct 08 2018
Oct 01 2018
Sep 24 2018
Sep 17 2018
Sep 10 2018
Sep 03 2018
Aug 27 2018
Aug 20 2018
Aug 13 2018
Aug 06 2018
Jul 30 2018
Jul 23 2018
Jul 16 2018
Jul 09 2018
Jul 02 2018
Jun 25 2018
Jun 18 2018
Jun 11 2018
Jun 04 2018
May 28 2018
May 21 2018
May 14 2018
May 07 2018
Apr 30 2018
Apr 23 2018
Apr 16 2018
Apr 09 2018
Apr 02 2018
Mar 26 2018
Mar 19 2018
Mar 12 2018
Mar 05 2018
Feb 26 2018
Feb 19 2018
Feb 12 2018
Feb 05 2018
Jan 29 2018
Jan 22 2018
Jan 15 2018
Jan 08 2018
Jan 01 2018
Dec 25 2017
Dec 18 2017
Dec 11 2017
Dec 04 2017
Nov 27 2017
Nov 20 2017
Nov 13 2017
Nov 06 2017
Oct 30 2017
Oct 23 2017
Oct 16 2017
Oct 09 2017
Oct 02 2017
Sep 25 2017
Sep 18 2017
Sep 11 2017
Sep 04 2017
Aug 28 2017
Aug 21 2017
Aug 14 2017
Aug 07 2017
Jul 31 2017
Jul 24 2017
Jul 17 2017
Jul 10 2017
Jul 03 2017
Jun 26 2017
Jun 19 2017
Jun 12 2017
Jun 05 2017
May 29 2017
May 22 2017
May 15 2017
May 08 2017
May 01 2017
Apr 24 2017
Apr 17 2017
Apr 10 2017
Apr 03 2017
Mar 27 2017
Mar 20 2017
Mar 13 2017
Mar 06 2017
Feb 27 2017
Feb 20 2017
Feb 13 2017
Feb 06 2017
Jan 30 2017
Jan 23 2017
Jan 16 2017
Jan 09 2017
Jan 02 2017
Dec 26 2016
Dec 19 2016
Dec 12 2016
Dec 05 2016
Nov 28 2016
Nov 21 2016
Nov 14 2016
Nov 07 2016
Oct 31 2016
Oct 24 2016
Oct 17 2016
Oct 10 2016
Oct 03 2016
Sep 26 2016
Sep 19 2016
Sep 12 2016
Sep 05 2016
Aug 29 2016
Aug 22 2016
Aug 15 2016
Aug 08 2016
Aug 01 2016
Jul 25 2016
Jul 18 2016
Jul 11 2016
Jul 04 2016
Jun 27 2016
Jun 20 2016
Jun 13 2016
Jun 06 2016
May 30 2016
May 23 2016
May 16 2016
May 09 2016
May 02 2016
Apr 25 2016
Apr 18 2016
Apr 11 2016
Apr 04 2016
Mar 28 2016
Mar 21 2016
Mar 14 2016
Mar 07 2016
Feb 29 2016
Feb 22 2016
Feb 15 2016
Feb 08 2016
Feb 01 2016
Jan 25 2016
Jan 18 2016
Jan 11 2016
Jan 04 2016
Dec 28 2015
Dec 21 2015
Dec 14 2015
Dec 07 2015
Nov 30 2015
Nov 23 2015
Nov 16 2015
Nov 09 2015
Nov 02 2015
Oct 26 2015
Oct 19 2015
Oct 12 2015
Oct 05 2015
Sep 28 2015
Sep 21 2015
Sep 14 2015
Sep 07 2015
Aug 31 2015
Aug 24 2015
Aug 17 2015
Aug 10 2015
Aug 03 2015
Jul 27 2015
Jul 20 2015
Jul 13 2015
Jul 06 2015
Jun 29 2015
Jun 22 2015
Jun 15 2015
Jun 08 2015
Jun 01 2015
May 25 2015
May 18 2015
May 11 2015
May 04 2015
Apr 27 2015
Apr 20 2015
Apr 13 2015
Apr 06 2015
Mar 30 2015
Mar 23 2015
Mar 16 2015
Mar 09 2015
Mar 02 2015
Feb 23 2015
Feb 16 2015
Feb 09 2015
Feb 02 2015
Jan 26 2015
Jan 19 2015
Jan 12 2015
Jan 05 2015
Dec 29 2014
Dec 22 2014
Dec 15 2014
Dec 08 2014
Dec 01 2014
Nov 24 2014
Nov 17 2014
Nov 10 2014
Nov 03 2014
Oct 27 2014
Oct 20 2014
Oct 13 2014
Oct 06 2014
Sep 29 2014
Sep 22 2014
Sep 15 2014
Sep 08 2014
Sep 01 2014
Aug 25 2014
Aug 18 2014
Aug 11 2014
Aug 04 2014
Jul 28 2014
Jul 21 2014
Jul 14 2014
Jul 07 2014
Jun 30 2014
Jun 23 2014
Jun 16 2014
Jun 09 2014
Jun 02 2014
May 26 2014
May 19 2014
May 12 2014
May 05 2014
Apr 28 2014
Apr 21 2014
Apr 14 2014
Apr 07 2014
Mar 31 2014
Mar 24 2014
Mar 17 2014
Mar 10 2014
Mar 03 2014
Feb 24 2014
Feb 17 2014
Feb 10 2014
Feb 03 2014
Jan 27 2014
Jan 20 2014
Jan 13 2014
Jan 03 2014
Dec 30 2013
23rd Dec 2013
16th Dec 2013
09th Dec 2013
02nd Dec 2013
25th Nov 2013
18th Nov 2013
11th Nov 2013
04th Nov 2013
28th Oct 2013
21st Oct 2013
14th Oct 2013
07th Oct 2013
30th Sep 2013
23rd Sep 2013
16th Sep 2013
09th Sep 2013
02nd Sep 2013
26th Aug 2013
19th Aug 2013
12th Aug 2013
05th Aug 2013
29th Jul 2013
22nd Jul 2013
15th Jul 2013
08th Jul 2013
01st Jul 2013
24th Jun 2013
17th Jun 2013
10th Jun 2013
03rd Jun 2013
27th May 2013
20th May 2013
13th May 2013
06th May 2013
29th Apr 2013
22nd Apr 2013
15th Apr 2013
08th Apr 2013
01st Apr 2013
25th Mar 2013
18th Mar 2013
11th Mar 2013
04th Mar 2013
25th Feb 2013
18th Feb 2013
11th Feb 2013
04th Feb 2013
28th Jan 2013
21st Jan 2013
14th Jan 2013
07th Jan 2013
31st Dec 2012
24th Dec 2012
17th Dec 2012
10th Dec 2012
03rd Dec 2012
26th Nov 2012
19th Nov 2012
12th Nov 2012
05th Nov 2012
29th Oct 2012
22nd Oct 2012
15th Oct 2012
08th Oct 2012
01st Oct 2012
24th Sep 2012
17th Sep 2012
10th Sep 2012
03rd Sep 2012
27th Aug 2012
20th Aug 2012
13th Aug 2012
06th Aug 2012
30th Jul 2012
23rd Jul 2012
16th Jul 2012
09th Jul 2012
2nd Jul 2012
25th Jun 2012
18th Jun 2012
11th Jun 2012
04th Jun 2012
28th May 2012
21st May 2012
14th May 2012
07th May 2012
30th Apr 2012
23rd Apr 2012
16th Apr 2012
09th Apr 2012
02nd Apr 2012
26th Mar 2012
19th Mar 2012
12th Mar 2012
05th Mar 2012
27th Feb 2012
20th Feb 2012
13th Feb 2012
06th Feb 2012
30th Jan 2012
23rd Jan 2012
16th Jan 2012
09th Jan 2012
02nd Jan 2012
26th Dec 2011
19th Dec 2011
12th Dec 2011
05th Dec 2011
28th Nov 2011
21st Nov 2011
14th Nov 2011
07th Nov 2011
31st Oct 2011
24th Oct 2011
17th Oct 2011
10th Oct 2011
03rd Oct 2011
26th Sep 2011
19th Sep 2011
12th Sep 2011
05th Sep 2011
29th Aug 2011
22nd Aug 2011
15th Aug 2011
08th Aug 2011
01st Aug 2011
25th Jul 2011
18th Jul 2011
11th Jul 2011
04th Jul 2011
27th Jun 2011
20th Jun 2011
13th Jun 2011
06th Jun 2011
30th May 2011
23rd May 2011
16th May 2011
09th May 2011
02nd May 2011
25th Apr 2011
18th Apr 2011
11th Apr 2011
04th Apr 2011
28th Mar 2011
21st Mar 2011
14th Mar 2011
07th Mar 2011
28th Feb 2011
21st Feb 2011
14th Feb 2011
07th Feb 2011
31st Jan 2011
24th Jan 2011
17th Jan 2011
10th Jan 2011
03rd Jan 2011
27th Dec 2010
20th Dec 2010
13th Dec 2010
06th Dec 2010
29th Nov 2010
22nd Nov 2010
15th Nov 2010
08th Nov 2010
01st Nov 2010
25th Oct 2010
18th Oct 2010
11th Oct 2010
04th Oct 2010
27th Sep 2010
20th Sep 2010
13th Sep 2010
06th Sep 2010
30th Aug 2010
23rd Aug 2010
16th Aug 2010
09th Aug 2010
02nd Aug 2010
26th Jul 2010
19th Jul 2010
12th Jul 2010
05th Jul 2010
28th Jun 2010
21st Jun 2010
14th Jun 2010
07th Jun 2010
31st May 2010
24th May 2010
17th May 2010
10th May 2010
03rd May 2010
26th Apr 2010
19th Apr 2010
12th Apr 2010
05th Apr 2010
29th Mar 2010
22nd Mar 2010
15th Mar 2010
08th Mar 2010
01st Mar 2010
22nd Feb 2010
15th Feb 2010
08th Feb 2010
01st Feb 2010
25th Jan 2010
18th Jan 2010
11th Jan 2010
04th Jan 2010
28th Dec 2009
21st Dec 2009
14th Dec 2009
7th Dec 2009
30th Nov 2009
23rd Nov 2009
16th Nov 2009
9th Nov 2009
2nd Nov 2009
26th Oct 2009
19th Oct 2009
12th Oct 2009
5th Oct 2009
28th Sep 2009
21st Sep 2009
14th Sep 2009
7th Sep 2009
31st Aug 2009
24th Aug 2009
17th Aug 2009
10th Aug 2009
3rd Aug 2009
27th Jul 2009
20th Jul 2009
13th Jul 2009
6th Jul 2009
29th Jun 2009
22nd Jun 2009
15th Jun 2009
8th Jun 2009
1st Jun 2009
25th May 2009
18th May 2009
11th May 2009
4th May 2009
27th Apr 2009
20th Apr 2009
13th Apr 2009
6th Apr 2009
30th Mar 2009
23rd Mar 2009
16th Mar 2009
9th Mar 2009
2nd Mar 2009
23rd Feb 2009
16th Feb 2009
9th Feb 2009
2nd Feb 2009
26th Jan 2009
19th Jan 2009
12th Jan 2009
5th Jan 2009
29th Dec 2008
22nd Dec 2008
15th Dec 2008
8th Dec 2008
1st Dec 2008
24th Nov 2008
17th Nov 2008
10th Nov 2008
3rd Nov 2008
27th Oct 2008
20th Oct 2008
13th Oct 2008
6th Oct 2008
29th Sep 2008
22nd Sep 2008
15th Sep 2008
8th Sep 2008
1st Sep 2008
25th Aug 2008
18th Aug 2008
11th Aug 2008
4th Aug 2008
28th Jul 2008
21st Jul 2008
14th Jul 2008
7th Jul 2008
30th Jun 2008
23rd Jun 2008
16th Jun 2008
9th Jun 2008
2nd Jun 2008
26th May 2008
19th May 2008
12th May 2008
5th May 2008
28th Apr 2008
21st Apr 2008
14th Apr 2008
7th Apr 2008
31st Mar 2008
24th Mar 2008
17th Mar 2008
10th Mar 2008
3rd Mar 2008
25th Feb 2008
18th Feb 2008
11th Feb 2008
4th Feb 2008
28th Jan 2008
21st Jan 2008
14th Jan 2008
7th Jan 2008
31st Dec 2007
24th Dec 2007
17th Dec 2007
10th Dec 2007
3rd Dec 2007
26th Nov 2007
19th Nov 2007
12th Nov 2007
5th Nov 2007
29th Oct 2007
22nd Oct 2007
15th Oct 2007
8th Oct 2007
1st Oct 2007
24th Sep 2007
17th Sep 2007
10th Sep 2007
3rd Sep 2007
27th Aug 2007
20th Aug 2007
13th Aug 2007
6th Aug 2007
30th Jul 2007
23rd Jul 2007
16th Jul 2007
9th Jul 2007
2nd Jul 2007
25th Jun 2007
18th Jun 2007
11th Jun 2007
4th Jun 2007
28th May 2007
21st May 2007
14th May 2007
7th May 2007
30th Apr 2007
23rd Apr 2007
16th Apr 2007
9th Apr 2007
2nd Apr 2007
26th Mar 2007
19th Mar 2007
12th Mar 2007
5th Mar 2007
26th Feb 2007
19th Feb 2007
12th Feb 2007
5th Feb 2007
29th Jan 2007
22nd Jan 2007
15th Jan 2007
8th Jan 2007
1st Jan 2007
25th Dec 2006
18th Dec 2006
11th Dec 2006
4th Dec 2006
27th Nov 2006
20th Nov 2006
13th Nov 2006
6th Nov 2006
30 Oct 2006
23 Oct 2006
16 Oct 2006
9 Oct 2006
2 Oct 2006
25 Sep 2006
18 Sep 2006
11 Sep 2006
4 Sep 2006
28 Aug 2006
21 Aug 2006
14 Aug 2006
7 Aug 2006
31 Jul 2006
24 Jul 2006
17 Jul 2006
10 Jul 2006
3 Jul 2006
26 Jun 2006
19 Jun 2006
12 Jun 2006
5 Jun 2006
29 May 2006
22 May 2006
15 May 2006
8 May 2006
1 May 2006
24 Apr 2006
17 Apr 2006
10 Apr 2006
3 Apr 2006
27 Mar 2006
20 Mar 2006
13 Mar 2006
6 Mar 2006
27 Feb 2006
20 Feb 2006
13 Feb 2006
6 Feb 2006
30 Jan 2006
23 Jan 2006
16 Jan 2006
9 Jan 2006
2 Jan 2006
26 Dec 2005
19 Dec 2005
12 Dec 2005
5 Dec 2005
28 Nov 2005
21 Nov 2005
14 Nov 2005
7 Nov 2005
31 Oct 2005
24 Oct 2005
17 Oct 2005
10 Oct 2005
3 Oct 2005
26 Sep 2005
19 Sep 2005
12 Sep 2005
5 Sep 2005
29 Aug 2005
22 Aug 2005
15 Aug 2005
8 Aug 2005
1 Aug 2005
25 Jul 2005
18 Jul 2005
11 Jul 2005
4 Jul 2005
27 Jun 2005
20 Jun 2005
13 Jun 2005
6 Jun 2005
30 May 2005
23 May 2005
16 May 2005
9 May 2005
2 May 2005
25 Apr 2005
18 Apr 2005
11 Apr 2005
4 Apr 2005
28 Mar 2005
21 Mar 2005
14 Mar 2005
7 Mar 2005
28 Feb 2005
21 Feb 2005
14 Feb 2005
7 Feb 2005
31 Jan 2005
24 Jan 2005
17 Jan 2005
10 Jan 2005
3 Jan 2005
27 Dec 2004
20 Dec 2004
13 Dec 2004
6 Dec 2004
29 Nov 2004
22 Nov 2004
15 Nov 2004
8 Nov 2004
1 Nov 2004
25 Oct 2004
18 Oct 2004
11 Oct 2004
4 Oct 2004
27 Sep 2004
20 Sep 2004
13 Sep 2004
6 Sep 2004
30 Aug 2004
19 Aug 2004
12 Aug 2004
9 Aug 2004
29 Jul 2004
20 Jul 2004
15 Jul 2004
5 Jul 2004
29 Jun 2004
22 Jun 2004
14 Jun 2004
7 Jun 2004
3 Jun 2004
29 May 2004
20 May 2004
14 May 2004
11 May 2004
6 May 2004
3 May 2004
26 Apr 2004
14 Apr 2004
5 Apr 2004
1 Apr 2004
29 Mar 2004
23 Mar 2004
14 Mar 2004
8 Mar 2004
4 Mar 2004
1 Mar 2004
Feb 23 2004
Feb 16 2004
Feb 09 2004
Feb 03 2004
Jan 29 2004
Jan 21 2004
Jan 11 2004
Dec 31 2003
Dec 20 2003
Dec 12 2003
Dec 01 2003
Nov 22 2003
Nov 17 2003
Nov 10 2003
Nov 05 2003
Nov 02 2003
Oct 27 2003
Oct 22 2003
Oct 13 2003
Oct 06 2003
Sep 29 2003
Sep 22 2003
Sep 14 2003
Sep 08 2003
Sep 01 2003
Aug 25 2003
Aug 19 2003
Aug 14 2003
Aug 11 2003
Aug 08 2003
Jul 30 2003
Jul 22 2003
Jul 14 2003
Jun 29 2003
Jun 22 2003
Jun 06 2003
Jun 04 2003
May 26 2003
May 19 2003
May 11 2003
May 07 2003
Apr 22 2003
Apr 14 2003
Apr 10 2003
Apr 07 2003
Apr 01 2003
Mar 24 2003
Mar 18 2003
Mar 07 2003
Mar 03 2003
Feb 10 2003
Feb 06 2003
Jan 29 2003
Jan 26 2003
Jan 15 2003
Jan 08 2003
Jan 05 2003
Dec 30 2002
Dec 20 2002
Dec 16 2002
Dec 13 2002
Dec 09 2002
Dec 03 2003
Dec 01 2002
Nov 24 2002
Nov 15 2002
Nov 11 2002
Nov 09 2002
Nov 04 2002
Oct 28 2002
Oct 21 2002
Oct 14 2002
Oct 07 2002
Oct 04 2002
Sep 30 2002
Sep 23 2002
Sep 16 2002
Sep 10 2002
Sep 06 2002
Sep 03 2002
Aug 26 2002
Aug 13 2002
Aug 08 2002
Aug 03 2002
Jul 26 2002
Jul 24 2002
Jul 15 2002
Jul 01 2002
Jun 25 2002

Read Last Week's News - Forward Week's News




This site is maintained by Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard, Co. Tipperary, Ireland.
By using this site you accept the conditions of our Disclaimer document which can be read by clicking below.

DISCLAIMER


CONTACT BY EMAIL