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Last updated: Monday, March 8, 2021


 


 

This Year's Virtual 'Daffodil Day' in Fethard
Daffodil day this year will be quite different to previous years. Due to restrictions our usual events are curtailed and we take our collections online. I've set up my JustGiving page to support cancer patients and their families this Daffodil Day on Friday, March 26.

Daffodil day this year will be quite different to previous years. Due to restrictions our usual events are curtailed and we take our collections online. I've set up my JustGiving page to support cancer patients and their families this Daffodil Day on Friday, March 26. Please go to the Fethard Daffodil Page to make an online donation by CLICKING HERE

Now more than ever, cancer patients need our support. Daffodil Day is a day for us all to give hope to people affected by cancer. Funds raised during Daffodil Day are used across the country to help the 44,000 people who will hear the words "you have cancer" each year. Your kind donation will ensure the Irish Cancer Society can continue to provide free services, such as the Freephone Support Line, the Night Nursing Service, counselling, and so much more. Together we can ensure that no-one has to go through their cancer journey alone.

Died Recently
The late Israel 'Scra' McGrath who died on Saturday, March 6, 2021The death has occurred on Saturday, March 6, 2021, of Israel 'Scra' McGrath, Woodvale Walk, Fethard. Israel, predeceased by his mother Eileen (née Duggan, Killusty). Deeply regretted by his step father Mickey, sisters Edwina and Tasha, Tommy, his children Kyle, Sophie, Aaron, Polly , Joseph and Ellie-May and their mother Jacinta, Mary, nieces Erica, Abby, Zoe, Lily, Mikayla and Ellie-Kate, aunts, uncles, relatives, neighbours and friends. May he rest in peace.

In accordance with HSE and Government guidelines, the Funeral is private for family only. The Funeral Mass may be watched online on Thursday March 11, at 11am, at parishchurch.net. Messages of support and condolence for the family can be left on the Condolence page by CLICKING HERE

Died Recently
The late Denis Walsh  who died on Saturday, March 6, 2021The death has occurred on Saturday, March 6, 2021, of Denis Walsh, Cahir Road, Cashel, and Rathcoole, Fethard, in the care of the ICU in South Tipperary General Hospital, Clonmel, following a short illness. Predeceased by his father Eddie Walsh and his step-father Pat Slattery, Denis is the devoted son of Eileen, cherished brother of Gráinne (Molony) and Fiona (O'Riordan). Sadly missed by his brothers-in-law Conor and Finbar, his adored niece and nephews Sinéad, Jerry, Niall, Patrick, James and Jim, (Aunt) Kathleen, cousins, relatives and large circle of friends. May He Rest in Peace.

In accordance with HSE and Government regulations, the funeral will be private for family only. The Funeral Mass may be viewed on Monday at 11.30am at https://churchcamlive.ie/moyglass-parish-live-stream/. Messages of support and condolences for the family may be left on the online condolence page by CLICKING HERE

GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Friday, March 5, are as follows: the numbers drawn were 1, 11, 18 and 25. There was no jackpot winner and one ‘match three’ winner who received €100: Mikey Aherne, Derryluskin, Fethard.

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 next draw takes place on Friday, March 12, when the jackpot is €29,400 and the seller's prize is €1,000. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

Died Recently
The late Frank Coffey who died on Friday, March 5, 2021 The death has occurred on Friday, March 5, 2021, of Frank Coffey, Burke Street, Fethard, peacefully at home surrounded by his loving family. Beloved husband of the late Margaret, his sons and daughters Assumpta, Kevin, Claire, Anthony and Bryan, his brother Tommy, sister Kathleen, son-in-law, daughter-in- law, grandchildren Stephen, Ronan, Sophie, Ami, Abbie, Ella, Jack and Alex, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends, May he rest in peace.

In accordance with HSE and Government guidelines, Frank's Funeral will be private for his family only. The Funeral Mass can be watched online on Sunday, March 7, 2021, at 11.30am on http://premieravproductions.com/player Messages of support and condolences for the family may be left on the online condolence page by CLICKING HERE.

Fethard's Augustinian Abbey now broadcasting online


Frank Coffey's Funeral Mass was also the first live broadcast from the Augustinian Abbey using the newly installed system from Premier AV Productions. You can watch the mass recording above. Please hover over the video for various settings if needed, to turn on the audio sound or watch the video full screen etc. Congratulations to the Augustinian Abbey for this welcome service, which will also be used for regular services in the Abbey from today onwards.

Fethard's first Covid Vaccines administered
Dr Mason giving Covid 19 vaccine to Margaret Bermingham, one of the first patients to be vaccinated in Fethard on Wednesday, March 3.
Dr Mason giving Covid 19 vaccine to Margaret Bermingham, one of the first patients to be vaccinated in Fethard on Wednesday, March 3.

There were smiles under masks on Wednesday, March 3, with the beginning of Covid vaccines in Northgate Medical Centre. The first patient to be vaccinated by Dr. Condon and team was Margaret Bermingham who is 99 years old. She is one of the first patients to be vaccinated in Fethard as the vaccines roll out this week in all practices. Margaret was delighted to have received the vaccine and is looking forward to celebrating her 100th birthday later this year. 

Died Recently
The late Nancy Walsh (née Brady), Knockbrett, Fethard, who died on Thursday, March 4, 2021

The death has occurred on Thursday, March 4, 2021, of Nancy Walsh (née Brady), Knockbrett, Fethard, and formerly of Cortober, Arva, Co Cavan. Nancy passed peacefully in the loving care of her family. Beloved wife of John and much loved mother of Tony, Larry, Fr Joe and Annette. Nancy will be sadly missed by her brothers and sister, daughters-in-law, son-in-law, cherished grandchildren Donna, Shane, Laura, Conor, Kevin, Ava, four great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends. May she rest in peace.

In light of current restrictions, Nancy will repose at her daughter Annette's residence for family only. In caring for each other, a private requiem mass and burial will take place in St Joseph the Worker Church, Moyglass. This may be viewed online on Saturday, March 6, 2021, at 11.30am by clicking LIVE FUNERAL SERVICE. Messages of support and condolences for the Walsh family may be left online by CLICKING HERE

'Big Picture' – Fethard Girls' Confirmation 1947

Do you recognise any familiar faces in this photograph taken of the Presentation Convent Confirmation Group in the Presentation Convent Garden on May 5, 1947? You can zoom in closer to see more detail by clicking the photograph to zoom-in, and double-clicking the photograph to zoom-out. We would love to find out the names – so any information you may have please send it to us at: fethardnews@gmail.com So far we've had a great response from the Boys photograph last week, and we hope to have the same response for the girls this week. If you have some names please let us know using the numbers below.
Do you recognise any familiar faces in this photograph taken of the Presentation Convent Confirmation Group in the Presentation Convent Garden on May 5, 1947?

We’d like to acknowledge Alice Holway for the following information on the above photograph: (1) Alice Holway, (2) Rita Grady, (3) …. Pollard (Cloneen), (4) Peggy Danaher (McGee), (5) …. Darcy (Killusty), (6) Biddy Fitzgerald (Kearney), (7) Marie Rice (O’Donnell), (8) Nellie Murphy, (9) Ann Skehan (Coolbawn), (10) Noreen Ward, (11) Mary Ryan (The Cross), (12) …. ?, (13) Rita Walsh (Burke Street), (14) …. ?, (15) Maggie Burke, (16) Noreen Cummins), (17) Tessy Murphy, (18) Pat Walsh (Barrack Street), (19) …. Mulcahy, (20) Betty O’Connell, (21) Teresa Hennessy (Farranaleen), (22) Peggy Kenny (Drumdeel), Rita Fahey (Kearney), (24) …. ?, (25) Joan Smyth, (26) …. ?, (27) …. Clifford, (28) Margaret O’Connell (Taylor), (29) Lily Maher, (31) Rita Cassells, (33) Mary Whelan (Crampscastle), and (34) Goldie Newport (Main Street).

Nicky O’Shea (1933-2021) Tullow, Killusty, Fethard
Obituary and Acknowledgement by Nollaig O Broin (Claremore)

Nicky O’Shea (1933-2021) Tullow, Killusty, FethardOn Sunday, January 31, news filtered through of the death of Nicky O’Shea in St Anthony’s Nursing Home, Clonmel, – his home since February 2019 – after spending the previous six months in St. Patrick’s Rehab, Cashel, following a change in his health at home in Tullow where he spent most of his 87 years.

At the age of seven, Nicky commenced his education in 1940 at Killusty National School. He was the last O’Shea residing in Killusty after over 100 years. During his life, he farmed at home with his mother Catherine after the death of his father Nicholas in 1962. He was also working with Coolmoyne & Fethard Creamery where he started his career by ‘checking in’ the milk in Cloran in the early sixties, then moving to Coolmoyne Creamery; back to Avonmore in Fethard; then on to Drangan Creamery and then finishing his time back in Glanbia Fethard.

Nicky was a very popular employee, loved by everyone. He also became a very useful handy-man in his spare time – doing odd jobs with electrical work his speciality. He was fond of socialising and in 1984 he commenced his career as a volunteer for the Fethard GAA Club, serving on the committee, and was appointed treasurer in 2000. Nicky served the Club for seventeen years and during this time, was a founder member of the Fethard GAA Lotto and also the County Board Draw Co-Ordinator and Promoter. For over 35 years, he was a vital asset in the survival and running the Club’s finances. When new gates were needed at Fethard GAA Park in 1990s, Nicky paid for them to be made. He was a very loyal supporter at all times to Fethard & Killusty GAA games, along with his sidekicks, Jim Williams and Brian Walsh, joined later in the 1990s by Noel Byrne. Every weekend they travelled to a match – his heartfelt love of football in particular was always to the fore – Fethard or County, especially when Fethard players were involved.


Fethard GAA followers at the Mullinahone v Ballingarry senior hurling championship match in 2009 L to R: Gerry Hannon, Mickey Fitzgerald, Jim Williams and Nicky O'Shea.
Fethard GAA followers at the Mullinahone v Ballingarry senior hurling championship match in 2009 L to R: Gerry Hannon, Mickey Fitzgerald, Jim Williams and Nicky O'Shea.

As a player, he was a member of the Fethard GAA Club’s minor football team, winners of the South Tipp title in 1951. He also played Junior Hurling for a number of years in his twenties.

In 2010, Nicky was awarded the Sean Gael Certificate by the County Board for his services to the GAA and his Fethard Club, and also acknowledged for his contribution on his retirement from their committee in 2017. His love of horse-racing was a close second, and he always attended Powerstown Park meetings with Jackie Aylward in the front seat, twice-yearly, hail rain or snow. Many a story could be also told about his daily visits to Hayes Betting Office in Fethard, for his £1 bet on a ‘double’ or ‘triple’ or even more!
Coolmoyne Hurling Team in the 1950s Back L to R: Christy Williams, Dermot Barry, Jack Wall, Eamon Butler, Mick Dineen, Tony Newport, Dick Wall, Pat Woodlock. Front L to R: Gus Neville, Jimmy O’Donnell, Joe Clarke, Tom McCormack, Liam Connolly, Cly Mullins, Mick McCormack, Seamus Hackett and Nicky O’Shea.
Nicky O'Shea (Front right)) playing with Coolmoyne Hurling Team in the 1950s Back L to R: Christy Williams, Dermot Barry, Jack Wall, Eamon Butler, Mick Dineen, Tony Newport, Dick Wall, Pat Woodlock. Front L to R: Gus Neville, Jimmy O’Donnell, Joe Clarke, Tom McCormack, Liam Connolly, Cly Mullins, Mick McCormack, Seamus Hackett and Nicky O’Shea.

While in Fethard daily, Nicky would have his dinner at Kitty Ahearne’s on Main Street, after that closed he went to Paddy Lonergan’s Bar on the Square, finishing up in McCarthys Hotel where many a story was told. His daily routine delivery of newspapers from McManus Shop where he would also buy his Lotto tickets and deliver other messages to Mary Coen, Michael and Bee Gould, John Joe Morrissey and Chrissie Byrne (shop) and others – a feature of his generosity over many years.

L to R: John Sheehan, Nicky O'Shea and Alfie Brett at the Killusty Pony Show in August 2005
L to R: John Sheehan, Nicky O'Shea and Alfie Brett at the Killusty Pony Show in August 2005

Killusty pony show started in 1962 at Clarecastle, and he was one of the gate men along with Mick Byrne, Tom Slattery and Paddy Lonergan – a job he took pride in doing up to 2010 – giving a very generous donation each year to help towards the upkeep of the show. He used a special bag for the gate that he donated to me on his retirement. His involvement in the Killusty 1956 Junior Football County title as Secretary, was to drive to Roscrea and Thurles to defend an objection by a North Selection – another story!

He took on the maintenance of the electrical end of Killusty’s Blessed Virgin Marian Shrine (erected in 1954), and from the electrical inception in 1970, making sure that it was lighting every night. Another pastime he enjoyed for many years was going to Bingo on Monday nights in the 1970s and 1980s with Mick Byrne and Pat Byrne to the Regal Theatre Clonmel – enjoying half-time session in Magners Bar next door, looked after by their regular barman Billy Quinn. If they had any winnings, they finished up the night with Fish & Chips at the Mayfair (Nicky Delicato).

Nicky’s car was always well serviced by his first cousin Jimmy O’Shea at the Fethard Town Wall Garage – no one else would be asked. He was the local mobile barber on a regular basis, and that included his cousins in Ballyvadlea, Jim, Tom and Neddy O’Shea, then on to Kilcash to the Butlers. He enjoyed his Christmas Dinner at Louis and Mary Coen’s (Killusty) each year, Mary was Jimmy O’Shea’s sister.

Fethard GAA Club members photographed at the presentation to Nicky O'Shea who retired as club treasurer after 17 years of service. L to R: Austin Godfrey, Gus Fitzgerald, Mary Godfrey, Andy O'Donovan, Nicky O'Shea, Denis O'Meara and Jimmy O'Shea.
Fethard GAA Club members photographed at the presentation to Nicky O'Shea who retired as club treasurer after 17 years of service. L to R: Austin Godfrey, Gus Fitzgerald, Mary Godfrey, Andy O'Donovan, Nicky O'Shea, Denis O'Meara and Jimmy O'Shea.

Regular callers who were always welcome in the last 20 years, included the late Jim Williams known as the Boss, Pat Sheehan (Walshbog), John Phelan (Ballyneale), Brian Walsh (Baptistgrange), Vera Prendergast (O’Connell) (Golden), Bee and Michael Gould (Claremore), John Joe Morrissey (Tullow), Michael Teehan (Moyglass), Michael Fitzgerald (Castlehiggins), Jerry Hannon (Prospect), John Gahan (Moyglass), John Lonergan (Giantsgrave), and all the neighbours. We thank you all, not forgetting St. Patrick’s Cashel, and St. Anthony’s Clonmel, who cared for him in his final three years away from home. Farewell to a dear and loyal friend. Ar dheis De go raibh a anam dilis.



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

Fethard & District Photos from the past . . .
Any information on this photograph would be great . . . Young boy with a gun watched by woman standing in doorway with hunting dog outside thatched cottage?
Any information on this photograph would be great . . . Young boy with a gun watched by woman standing in doorway with hunting dog outside thatched cottage?


Tony Newport, Fethard, photographed with two of his relatives from New Zealand who visited Fethard for the first time on September 25, 1998. L to R: Paula Marie Kenrick, Tony Newport and Clare (Kenrick) McCann, Reading.  Both girls are daughters of Bernard Kenrick born in New Zealand.  Bernard's father was the late Tommy Kenrick from Main Street.
Tony Newport, Fethard, photographed with two of his relatives from New Zealand who visited Fethard for the first time on September 25, 1998. L to R: Paula Marie Kenrick, Tony Newport and Clare (Kenrick) McCann, Reading. Both girls are daughters of Bernard Kenrick born in New Zealand. Bernard's father was the late Tommy Kenrick from Main Street.


Starting school in Junior Infants class at Nano Nagle Primary School Fethard on September 25, 1998, are Back L to R: Ms. Rita Kenny (teacher), Faye Manton, Dean Sharpe, Eugene Walsh, Mary Anne Fogarty, Tony Myler, Simon Standbridge, Michael Smyth. Third Row: Ronan Fitzgerald, Mary Jane Kearney, Jamie Walsh, Ger Maher, Jane Holohan, Louis Rice, Zoë McManus. Second Row: Ciarán O'Meara, Claire Morrissey, Darren Moloney, Amy Lyons, Ted Barrett, Louise O'Donnell, Brian Delahunty. Front Row L to R: Rachel Prout, Mary Ellen O'Reilly, Garreth Lawrence, Orla Lawrence, Deirdre Dwyer, Jenny Pyke and Gavin Lonergan.
Starting school in Junior Infants class at Nano Nagle Primary School Fethard on September 25, 1998, are Back L to R: Ms. Rita Kenny (teacher), Faye Manton, Dean Sharpe, Eugene Walsh, Mary Anne Fogarty, Tony Myler, Simon Standbridge, Michael Smyth. Third Row: Ronan Fitzgerald, Mary Jane Kearney, Jamie Walsh, Ger Maher, Jane Holohan, Louis Rice, Zoë McManus. Second Row: Ciarán O'Meara, Claire Morrissey, Darren Moloney, Amy Lyons, Ted Barrett, Louise O'Donnell, Brian Delahunty. Front Row L to R: Rachel Prout, Mary Ellen O'Reilly, Garreth Lawrence, Orla Lawrence, Deirdre Dwyer, Jenny Pyke and Gavin Lonergan.


Photographed on the Rocklow Road are L to R: Jimmy Fitzgerald, Eddie Fogarty and Tom O’Connell (February 26, 1962).
Photographed on the Rocklow Road are L to R: Jimmy Fitzgerald, Eddie Fogarty and Tom O’Connell (February 26, 1962).


Presentation from Killenaule and Moyglass Parishioners to to Canon Tim O’Brien on September 6, 1998 are  L to R: Mary Costello, Canon Tim O’Brien and Tom Walsh.
Presentation from Killenaule and Moyglass Parishioners to to Canon Tim O’Brien on September 6, 1998 are L to R: Mary Costello, Canon Tim O’Brien and Tom Walsh.

Brothers Pat Shine (London) and Tom Shine (Cahir), originally from Crampscastle, photographed on a visit to Fethard in 1998. Pat will be well remembered as one of the organisers of the Fethard London Reunion in the 1960s and Tom was manager of Fethard Capitol Cinema up to its closure.
Brothers Pat Shine (London) and Tom Shine (Cahir), originally from Crampscastle, photographed on a visit to Fethard in 1998. Pat will be well remembered as one of the organisers of the Fethard London Reunion in the 1960s and Tom was manager of Fethard Capitol Cinema up to its closure.

Photographed at the Slievenamon Annual Pilgrimage to Holy Year Cross on August 15, 1998, are L to R: Marion O'Connor, Paddy Croke and Martin O'Connor
Photographed at the Slievenamon Annual Pilgrimage to Holy Year Cross on August 15, 1998, are L to R: Marion O'Connor, Paddy Croke and Martin O'Connor

Over 70 people took part in the Annual Pilgrimage to the Holy Year Cross on Slievenamon on last Saturday 15th August, the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady.  The group are pictured above at the Holy Year Cross.
Over 70 people took part in the Annual Pilgrimage to the Holy Year Cross on Slievenamon on Saturday, August 15, 1998, the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady. The group are pictured on their way to Holy Year Cross.

Group pictured waiting to take part in the large scale pageant dramatising the events of 1848 at The Commons, Ballingarry, on Saturday, August 1, 1998.
Group pictured waiting to take part in the large scale pageant dramatising the events of 1848 at The Commons, Ballingarry, on Saturday, August 1, 1998.

New County Development Plan for 2022-2028
Tipperary County Council has commenced the preparation of a new County Development Plan for Tipperary.

Tipperary County Council has commenced the preparation of a new County Development Plan for Tipperary. To facilitate public engagement/submissions, a dedicated 'County Development Plan' webpage has been set up and will remain 'live' during the two-year process. As the Plan progresses, the site will be routinely up-dated with reports, published submissions, public engagement guides and videos etc.
Development Plan Process

The web site can be accessed CLICKING HERE. The website is an excellent resource and point of contact for the public and stakeholders, and I would appreciate it if you could circulate the link as opportunities arise.

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