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Fethard community bids fond farewell to Presentation Sisters
Concelebrating the Mass of Thanksgiving for the Presentation Sisters in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, are L to R: Fr. David Fitzgerald OSA, Fr. Liam Everard P.P., Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly, Fr. Pat O'Gorman A.P. (Golden), and Fr. Tom Breen A.P.
Concelebrating the Mass of Thanksgiving for the Presentation Sisters in Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, are L to R: Fr. David Fitzgerald OSA, Fr. Liam Everard P.P., Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly, Fr. Pat O'Gorman A.P. (Golden), and Fr. Tom Breen A.P.

In the summer 2020, in the midst of ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, the last six Presentation Sisters of the Fethard Convent departed quietly bringing to a close 158 years of dedicated service to the local townspeople. It was fitting that those six sisters, Sr. Maureen Power, Sr. Juliana Purcell, Sr. Rosarii Treacy, Sr. Maria Fletcher, Sr. Kathleen Dooley and Sr. Mary Martin, accompanied by sisters who previously served in Fethard and other convents, should return on Sunday, June 6, 2022, to be publicly acclaimed by a grateful Fethard community.

A recorded live stream of the full 'Mass of Thanksgiving' is available to watch online by CLICKING HERE

Some of the members of the combined choir from the Parish Church and the Abbey, with students from Holy Trinity National School.
Some of the members of the combined choir from the Parish Church and the Abbey, with students from Holy Trinity National School.

The celebration began with Mass in the Parish Church concelebrated by Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly with Fr. Liam Everard, P.P., Canon Tom Breen, A.P., Fr. Pat O’Gorman A.P. and Fr David Fitzgerald, O.S.A. representing the Augustinian Abbey. The combined Parish and Abbey choirs, Fethard Choral Group, supplemented by children of Holy Trinity N.S., directed by organists Ann Barry and Denise O’Sullivan, provided the wonderful music throughout the Mass.

Margaret Prendergast, a former past pupil/teacher in the Patrician Presentation Secondary School, delivered the opening address welcoming the Presentation Sisters back to Fethard. commending their dedicated service throughout the years in the primary and secondary schools, in the Group Homes and in the wider community. In conclusion, Margaret read a poem entitled ‘Generosity’ by Helen Laurie Marshall.

Full group of Presentation Sisters who returned to Fethard for the Mass of Thanksgiving marking their work in the parish from 1862-2020. Back L to R: Fr. David Fitzgerald OSA, Fr. Liam Everard P.P., Sr. Mary Hanrahan (Provincial Presentation Sisters), Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly, Fr. Pat O'Gorman A.P. (Golden), Fr. Tom Breen A.P., and Sr. Catherine Mulcahy. Middle L to R: Sr. Trinita Laffan, Sr. Lillie O'Reilly, Sr. Mary Martin, Sr. Frances Crowe, Sr. Maria Fletcher, Sr. Fidelis Purcell, Sr. Maureen Power, Sr. Concepta O'Brien, Sr. Rosemary McCarthy, Sr. Juliana Purcell, Sr. Sheila Fox, Sr. Marie Stella Mangan. Front L to R: Sr. Brenda O'Rourke, Sr. Nuala Horan, Sr. Stephanie Quigley, Sr. Kathleen Dooley, Sr. Patricia Wall, Sr. Rosarii Treacy, Sr. Margarita Ryan, and Sr. Grace Redmond.
Full group of Presentation Sisters who returned to Fethard for the Mass of Thanksgiving marking their work in the parish from 1862-2020. Back L to R: Fr. David Fitzgerald OSA, Fr. Liam Everard P.P., Sr. Mary Hanrahan (Provincial Presentation Sisters), Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly, Fr. Pat O'Gorman A.P. (Golden), Fr. Tom Breen A.P., and Sr. Catherine Mulcahy. Middle L to R: Sr. Trinita Laffan, Sr. Lillie O'Reilly, Sr. Mary Martin, Sr. Frances Crowe, Sr. Maria Fletcher, Sr. Fidelis Purcell, Sr. Maureen Power, Sr. Concepta O'Brien, Sr. Rosemary McCarthy, Sr. Juliana Purcell, Sr. Sheila Fox, Sr. Marie Stella Mangan. Front L to R: Sr. Brenda O'Rourke, Sr. Nuala Horan, Sr. Stephanie Quigley, Sr. Kathleen Dooley, Sr. Patricia Wall, Sr. Rosarii Treacy, Sr. Margarita Ryan, and Sr. Grace Redmond.

Mass then commenced with the processional entrance of Archbishop O’Reilly and the attendant clergy. The various aspects of the Presentation Sisters contribution to life in Fethard were reflected in those chosen to do the readings and the Prayers of the Faithful. Past pupil Mark Hayde read the first reading and Mary Hanrahan, former teacher Nano Nagle N.S., read the second reading.

The Prayers of the Faithful were read by Patricia Treacy, former principal Holy Trinity N.S.,

Billy Walsh, Principal, Patrician Presentation Secondary School, Liam Hayes, Fethard & District Day Care Centre CLG; Tríona Morrisson, Principal, Holy Trinity N.S.; Michelle Walsh, past pupil; and Dermot O’Donnell, Fethard Parish Church Committee.

Readers who participated in the Mass of Thanksgiving marking the work of the Presentation Sisters in the parish from 1862-2020. L to R: Patricia Treacy, Michelle Walsh, Margaret Prendergast, Billy Walsh, Mark Hayde, and Mary Hanrahan. Other readers were Triona Morrisson, Dermot O'Donnell and Liam Hayes.
Readers who participated in the Mass of Thanksgiving marking the work of the Presentation Sisters in the parish from 1862-2020. L to R: Patricia Treacy, Michelle Walsh, Margaret Prendergast, Billy Walsh, Mark Hayde, and Mary Hanrahan. Other readers were Triona Morrisson, Dermot O'Donnell and Liam Hayes.

In his homily the Archbishop said, “We have come to look back and to look forward, to give thanks and to acknowledge all that has passed in that time here in Fethard. I would like to stress that when the sisters did come here in the 1860s, it was a very challenging time for local communities, not least because they were only twenty years after the famine times, the memory was still very, very vivid in people’s minds and in family memories. It was a time of great poverty and deprivation and coming from Thurles to Fethard was probably quite a journey into the unknown for the sisters of that time. So much depended on their own resources, and their own talents and their own gifts.

It is summed up, by the simplest of symbols that Nano Nagle had, a lamp, and that lamp she needed to find her way through the hovels and the side streets where she was based in Cork. And that was the lamp that she raised up, the lamp of faith, the lamp of hope, the lamp of light. Let us give thanks for the sisters, and the people of Fethard and Killusty who welcomed them and were part of their lives for many generations.”

The archbishop also commended everyone involved in the compilation of the commemorative booklet, ‘Presentation Sisters Fethard 1862-2020’ which was given out at the end of Mass.

Sr. Maureen Power, former Principal Nano Nagle N.S. and Mrs. Marie O’Sullivan representing the Fethard community, brought up the offertory gifts of bread and wine. An especially poignant hymn was the rendition of the traditional Irish Blessing, ‘May the Road Rise to Meet You’, a most apposite farewell to the sisters.

Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly celebrating Mass in Holy Trinity Parish Church, assisted by Fr. David Fitzgerald OSA, Fr. Liam Everard P.P., Fr. Pat O'Gorman A.P. (Golden), and Fr. Tom Breen A.P.
Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly celebrating Mass in Holy Trinity Parish Church, assisted by Fr. David Fitzgerald OSA, Fr. Liam Everard P.P., Fr. Pat O'Gorman A.P. (Golden), and Fr. Tom Breen A.P.

Before the end of Mass, Fr. Liam Everard invited Sr. Mary Hanrahan, Provincial of the Presentation Order, to say a few words. Having thanked everyone involved she said: “Today isn’t just about remembering the past, it’s a special day to also remember the present. I think it’s very fitting that we are celebrating on Pentecost Sunday, the day on which we welcome the gift of the Spirit into our lives. And that same Spirit which led the first Sisters here from Thurles to Fethard continues to inspire all of us today. When war broke out in Ukraine over one hundred days ago now, you here in Fethard were one of the first local community groups to come forward to offer help. In true Presentation spirit, you opened your hearts and made your resources available so that the former Convent building here, which is being used by the Day Care Centre, could become a home for a number of Ukrainian families. It makes us, as Presentation Sisters so proud to see that the seed of compassion and generosity which was nurtured by the sisters here over the years continued to flourish when we moved on; that you, as a community, are doing much more than we could ever have imagined. Today, we are the privileged ones to be associated with a local parish who are so proactive in reaching out to your brothers and sisters in need.”

Sr. Mary then congratulated Joe Kenny, who edited the booklet and oversaw its publication, “for painting such a captivating picture of the lives of the sisters here since the beginnings in 1862. It will be a treasured book in the Presentation archives.” Joe received an enthusiastic round of applause from the congregation in acknowledgement of all his hard work. Fr. Everard thanked all those who had contributed to the celebration before the archbishop gave the final blessing. Read the 'Presentation Sisters Fethard 1862-2020' online by clicking the above link.

Plaque unveiled by Archbishop
Photographed at the unveiling of a plaque acknowledging the work of the Presentation Sisters in Fethard from 1862-2020, at the entrance to the convent, are L to R: Gus Fitzgerald (Parish Committee), Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly who unveiled the plaque, Sr. Mary Hanrahan (Provincial Presentation Sisters), Liam Hayes (Fethard & District Day Care Centre CLG), and Fr. Liam Everard, Parish Priest, Fethard & KIllusty.
Photographed at the unveiling of a plaque acknowledging the work of the Presentation Sisters in Fethard from 1862-2020, at the entrance to the convent, are L to R: Gus Fitzgerald (Parish Committee), Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly who unveiled the plaque, Sr. Mary Hanrahan (Provincial Presentation Sisters), Liam Hayes (Fethard & District Day Care Centre CLG), and Fr. Liam Everard, Parish Priest, Fethard & Killusty.


The second part of the commemoration event was the unveiling of a plaque on the pier of the entrance to the Presentation Convent on Lower Main Street. The plaque, which will serve as a permanent acknowledgement of the sisters’ one hundred and fifty-eight years’ work in Fethard, was unveiled by Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly in a simple ceremony in the presence of the congregation who had walked down from the Church.

Reception in Fethard Ballroom
Community and guests seated in Fethard Ballroom where a hot meal was served for all present.
Community and guests seated in Fethard Ballroom where a hot meal was served for all present.

The celebration continued in the Fethard Ballroom where the Fethard Historical Society made a presentation to the six sisters who left on July 20, 2020. Michael Mallon, Chairperson, welcomed the sisters on stage and then said the society had commissioned well-known local artist, Dóirín Saurus, to make unique presentation pieces for the individual six sisters, inspired by the Lady of the Lantern, Nano Nagle. The sisters were then each given the presentation pieces by members of the society. Each piece, a votive candle holder in the shape of a lantern, painted in Presentation blue, was inscribed with the name of the sister for whom it was intended.

Fethard Historical Society made a presentation of a especially commissioned lantern for each of the six last Presentation Sisters to leave Fethard  on July 20, 2020.  L to R: Sr. Maria Fletcher, Sr. Rosarii Treacy, Sr. Maureen Power, Sr. Kathleen Dooley, Sr. Juliana Purcell, and Sr. Mary Martin.
Fethard Historical Society made a presentation of a especially commissioned lantern for each of the six last Presentation Sisters to leave Fethard on July 20, 2020. L to R: Sr. Maria Fletcher, Sr. Rosarii Treacy, Sr. Maureen Power, Sr. Kathleen Dooley, Sr. Juliana Purcell, and Sr. Mary Martin.

Then it was time for all present to sit down and enjoy the lovely hot meal prepared by Liam Sweeney and his staff. The Ballroom committee had pulled out all the stops and the tables were beautifully laid out in celebratory style. A large crowd had come along to meet the sisters, celebrate with them and to reminisce about the past. The Fethard community had indeed paid a worthy tribute to the Presentation Sisters on their special day. – (Mary Hanrahan)

Members of Fethard Historical Society who presented a especially commissioned lantern for each of the six last Presentation Sisters to leave Fethard L to R: Terry Cunningham, Mary Hanrahan, Michael Mallon, Peter Grant,  Mary Healy and Pat Phelan.
Members of Fethard Historical Society who presented a especially commissioned lantern for each of the six last Presentation Sisters to leave Fethard L to R: Terry Cunningham, Mary Hanrahan, Michael Mallon, Peter Grant, Mary Healy and Pat Phelan.

Fethard Festival Family Fun Day Sunday, June 12! at Fethard Town Park from 2pm to 5pm


Fethard Festival Family Fun Day will take place today, Sunday, June 12, from 2pm to 5pm at Fethard Town Park. Lots of fun to be had with bouncy castles, slides, obstacles course. sport, food stalls, arts and craft. Fancy Dress - all children that come along in Fancy Dress up get a prize!

Fethard Festival is in Fethard Town Park this year!
Fethard Festival Family Fun Day will take place on Sunday, June 12, this year from 2pm to 5pm at Fethard Town Park. Please spread the word – Lots of fun to be had with bouncy castles, slides, obstacles course. sport, food stalls, arts and craft. Fancy Dress - all children that come along in Fancy Dress up get a prize!
Dog Show schedule for Sunday, June 12
This is the schedule for the Dog Show on Sunday, June 12, at Fethard Festival Family Fun Day from 2pm to 5pm at Fethard Town Park.

  • Class 1: Best Small Dog in the Show.
  • Class 2: Best Large Dog in the Show.
  • Class 3: Waggiest Tail in the Show.
  • Class 4: The dog I would like to take home.
  • Class 5: Fancy Dress.
  • Class 6: Young handler (under 8).

A special prize will be given for the young handler class. Entries taken on the field from 2.30pm. Show to begin at 3pm. Entry is €2 per dog. For further information contact: Pat Culligan Tel: 087 9451810.

The Premier Newspaper - June 10, 2022


This week's issue of The Premier free local newspaper is now available in local shops and is also available online by CLICKING HERE or front page image. This edition features articles, photographs and news from the district, including Fethard Presentation Convent Farewell, Fethard's 100th Anniversary Bloody Sunday, Sports Awards and lots more. Click on the image below to read this issue.
The Premier latest
You can also visit The Premier archive of past issues available online by CLICKING HERE For further news and developments you can follow The Premier on Facebook. Comments, articles or photographs for publication can be emailed to editor Jamie O'Flaherty at: info@thepremiernewspaper.com

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, June 9. The numbers drawn were 6, 11, 14 and 22. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Margaret Slettery. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, June 16, will be €1,775.

Please pass the word on and invite friends and family to take part. You can help our Parish in a real, practical way.  Thank you for your support and the best of luck in our next weekly draw. PLAY OUR LOTTO NOW

Died Recently
The late Colm Kehoe (Castle Inn) who died on Saturday, June 4, 2022The death has occurred on Saturday, June 4, 2022, of Colm Kehoe, who passed suddenly at his residence in Gorey, Co. Wexford. Colm, late of Tramore Heights, Tramore, and formerly of Castle Inn, Fethard, was Principal of Wicklow Educate Together Secondary School, Co. Wicklow.

Predeceased by his loving father Lazarian, he will be deeply missed by his loving mother Elizabeth; his wonderful sister Cecilia; his loving brothers Ciaran and Adrian; and Sandra, Daragh, Abeigh and Katie. He will be sadly missed by his aunts and uncles, all his cousins, his extended family, neighbours, colleagues, students and his wide circle of friends. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Colm’s remains will be reposing at his family residence in Tramore Heights, from 3pm to 7pm on Saturday, June 11, with prayers at 5pm. All are welcome. Colm's Requiem Mass will take place on Sunday, June 12, at 12 noon at the Holy Cross Church, Tramore, with burial immediately afterwards in St. Declan's Cemetery. For those who wish to participate remotely at Colm's Requiem Mass, please follow the link below: https://www.tramoreparish.ie/live-stream/ Colm's funeral cortège will leave his residence at approximately 11.20am, and will walk from Tramore Credit Union to the Holy Cross Church, Tramore, for his Requiem Mass. Family flowers only.

If you wish to leave a message of condolence for Colm's family you can do so online by CLICKING HERE. Thank you for your co-operation and consideration at this difficult time. Donations, if desired, are welcomed by Tramore Lifeboat Service and can be made online by clicking the following link: Tramore RNLI Lifeboat Service

Saturday – A day to remember – 100 years later

D.P. Walsh (standing, extreme right, in uniform) with the Tipperary Football team, which replayed the ill-fated ‘Bloody Sunday’ fixture (of November 21, 1920) on June 11, 1922. Also, in the picture (seated, centre of middle row) is Walsh’s friend Dan Breen. Fethard were the dominant football club in Tipperary at that time and Ned O’Shea was captain of the Tipperary team. The D.P. Walsh Cup is presented every year to the winners of the County Tipperary Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship. Back L to R: J. Gregg (in white sweater), Bill Ryan, Bill Barrett, Bill Grant, Arthur Carroll (goalie), Ned O'Callaghan (at back wearing cap), Pat Davoren (member selection committee), Ned Cummins, Tommy Ryan (Castlegrace), Thomas Ryan (Clonmel) secretary Tipp Board, and in uniform is D.P. Walsh (Fethard). Middle L to R: A. Carew (County Board Secretary), Mick Nolan, Vincent Vaughan, Dan Breen T.D. Jerry Shelly, Dick Lanigan, Mick Tobin. Front L to R: Jim Ryan, Jimmy Doran, Jimmy McNamara, Tommy Powell, Joe O'Neill (trainer), Mick Arrigan, Ned O'Shea (captain) and Gus McCarthy.


GAA followers in Fethard may not be aware that next Saturday, June 11, is the 100th anniversary of the most famous day in the history of the Fethard GAA club. On that day – Sunday, June 11, 1922 – the legendary Ned O’Shea, Burke Street, Fethard, led Tipperary footballers to their 4th and last All Ireland Senior Football victory. The match was the replayed the ill-fated ‘Bloody Sunday’ fixture of November 21, 1920, final when Tipperary faced Dublin, who had also been their opponents 19 months earlier on that infamous day of massacre now known as Bloody Sunday.

Ned O’Shea captained the team from full back and his Fethard teammate Gus McCarthy of Main Street, was a key figure in the forwards and described as a genius for his ability to score and set up scores. The game was a fearsome encounter played in the middle of a heatwave. Ned O’Shea had the greatest game of his long career and Gus supplied the killer pass that led to the decisive goal scored by Tommy Powell of Clonmel Shamrocks. Gus also kicked the insurance point in their four-point win.

Tipperary have never reached an All-Ireland senior football final since. Maybe next Saturday, June 11, we could all remember our three local county players: Ned O’Shea, Gus McCarthy, and Ned Cummins, who were on that victorious Tipperary panel one-hundred-years ago. May their memory last as long as the GAA exists. – (Denis Burke)

Convent Feasibility Study - Public Meeting of June 15
A public meeting and presentation on the Fethard Convent Feasibility Study will take place on Wednesday, June 15, at 8pm, in the Presentation Convent. The meeting will be hosted by Fethard & District Day Care Centre CLG, who will give a presentation on what is planned for the building and be available for discussion and answer any questions regarding the future development of the premises. All are welcome to come along.

Big Picture - Swimming Certs for St. Patricks' Boys National School – March 31, 1995

See how many faces you can recognise from St. Patrick's Boys National School, Fethard, after receiving their Swimming Certificates on March 31, 1995?

You can zoom in closer to see more detail by clicking the photograph to zoom-in and double-clicking the photograph to zoom-out. If you can help with further information please let us know. Your comments, names or corrections are always welcome to: fethardnews@gmail.com

Swimming Certs for St. Patrick Boys' National School
Pupils from St. Patrick Boys' National School Fethard who completed a ten-week swimming course at Clonmel Swimming Pool. The project was organised by teacher, Miss Denise McGrath, who presented the pupils with their certificates on March 31, 1995.

GAA Sports Lotto €30,000 Jackpot WON
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Tuesday, June 7, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 6, 11, 14 and 27. There was one Jackpot winner of €30,000 and our congratulations go to Christopher Quinn, Elm Park, Clonmel, who was the lucky winner!

Two 'Match Three' winners received €75 each: Kenny Lawrence, and Mona O'Gorman. One Lucky Dip winner received €100: Eoin Whyte.

The next draw takes place on Tuesday, June 14, when the jackpot is €10,000. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community. 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.

Fethard & Killusty Parish Graveyard Masses in June

  • Friday, June 10 – Calvary at 7.30pm
  • Friday, June 17 – Rathcoole at 7.30pm
  • Friday, June 24 – Peppardstown at 7.30pm

Social Dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, June 12, to the music of ‘Pat Costello'. All are welcome to come along and enjoy a great night’s entertainment and social dancing from 8.30pm to 11.30pm. Admission is €10, which includes tea and cakes. For further information or for booking the ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420.

Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, June 12, to the music of ‘Pat Costello'. All are welcome to come along and enjoy a great night’s entertainment and social dancing from 8.30pm to 11.30pm. Admission is €10, which includes tea and cakes. For further information or for booking the ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420.

Fethard Sports Achievement Awards for May
A special presentation function was held in Butler’s Bar last weekend where the nominees were presented with their certificates and the winners chosen to go forward for the Annual Awards were announced.

Liz O’Meara-Harding, representing this month’s sponsor, Clonmel Value Centre Cash & Carry, presenting the Butler's Fethard Sports Achievement 'Mentor of the Month' award for May to Tomás Keane, for his dedication to training underage hurling at Fethard GAA Club and his remarkable playing career.
Liz O’Meara-Harding, representing this month’s sponsor, Clonmel Value Centre Cash & Carry, presenting the Butler's Fethard Sports Achievement 'Mentor of the Month' award for May to Tomás Keane, for his dedication to training underage hurling at Fethard GAA Club and his remarkable playing career.

Mentor of the Month Award
The ‘Mentor of The Month’ award for May was presented to Tomás Keane by Liz O’Meara-Harding, representing this month’s sponsor, Clonmel Value Centre Cash & Carry. Tomás was chosen for his great work with the Fethard’s underage hurlers, in particular the U15 and U17 teams. Host Philip Butler also commented that Tomás also deserves his award as ‘Player of the Past’ following his many achievements on the playing field that included dual Munster minor medals – football 1995 and hurling in 1996 – also an All-Ireland minor hurling medal in 1996 when Tipperary beat Galway in a replay on a scoreline 2-14 to 2-12. Among his other achievements Tomás won a county senior football medal; two south senior football; three south intermediate hurling medals and one south senior hurling medal, playing with Carrick Swan. Tomás was also on the U21 Tipperary Hurling panel from 1998 to 2000.

Joint winners of the Butler's Fethard Sports Achievement Awards for May photographed above after receiving their awards L to R: Nigel O'Connell, who accepted the joint award for Conor Kavanagh, Fethard Rugby Club; Philip Butler, Butlers' Sports Bar; Liz O’Meara-Harding, representing this month’s sponsor, Clonmel Value Centre Cash & Carry; and joint winner Jack Quinlan, Munster medal winner with Tipperary Minor Hurling team.
Joint winners of the Butler's Fethard Sports Achievement Awards for May photographed above after receiving their awards L to R: Nigel O'Connell, who accepted the joint award for Conor Kavanagh, Fethard Rugby Club; Philip Butler, Butlers' Sports Bar; Liz O’Meara-Harding, representing this month’s sponsor, Clonmel Value Centre Cash & Carry; and joint winner Jack Quinlan, Munster medal winner with Tipperary Minor Hurling team.


Joint Winners for May
This month we had joint-winners for the Fethard Sports Achievement Award for May. The first to receive his award was Jack Quinlan, Tullamaine, who is a prominent member of Tipperary Minor hurling team, and a winner of a Munster Championship medal after beating Clare in the final. The second joint-winner was Conor Kavanagh, who played at scrum half for Munster’s Junior Rugby team while winning the Inter Provincial Championship. Conor was unable to attend the presentation and his award was accepted on his behalf by Nigel O'Connell, Fethard Rugby Club. Nominations for the June Award are now being taken at Butler’s Bar, Main Street, Fethard.

Sam Coen receiving his May Sports Award Nomination Certificate from 'Mentor of the Month', Tomás Keane. Sam was picked to play both hurling and football for Tipperary at U14 level.
Sam Coen receiving his May Sports Award Nomination Certificate from 'Mentor of the Month', Tomás Keane. Sam was picked to play both hurling and football for Tipperary at U14 level.

'Sing for Ukraine' concert – proceeds go to Ukrainian Refugees at Fethard Convent
A concert will take place in St. John's Cathedral, John Street, Cashel, featuring Dublin College Acapella Group 'Trinitones' on Saturday, June 25, at 8pm. Tickets are €20 and all proceeds go to Ukrainian Refugees staying in Fethard Convent. For further information contact Martin at 087 2522548 or Maura at 087 9575256.

A concert will take place in St. John's Cathedral, John Street, Cashel, featuring Dublin College A-capella Group 'Trinitones' on Saturday, June 25, at 8pm. Tickets are €20 and all proceeds go to Ukrainian Refugees staying in Fethard Convent. For further information contact Martin at 087 2522548 or Maura at 087 9575256

Dublin College Acapella Group 'Trinitones'
The all-male acapella group was founded in 2012 at Trinity College Dublin. They call themselves the pioneers of ‘popular’ acapella performance in Ireland. They are an impressive group of lads, with a large vocal range creating a full sound without any instruments, just their voices.



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 . . .

This week we have a selection taken at the Moyglass Gymkhana held in August 1987. If you have any comments or further information, we would love to hear from you. Email: fethardnews@gmail.com

Fahey sisters waiting patiently with their dogs for the start of the Puppy Show at Moyglass Gymkhana held in August 1987.
Fahey sisters waiting patiently with their dogs for the start of the Puppy Show at Moyglass Gymkhana held in August 1987.

Members of Fethard Civil Defence pictured on duty at the Moyglass Gymkhana. Fortunately this time their services were only required to treat some minor insect stings but their voluntary presence was appreciated by all on the day. L to R: Michael Mullins, Jimmy Higgins (kneeling), Brendan Kenny and Rory Walsh.
Members of Fethard Civil Defence pictured on duty at the Moyglass Gymkhana. Fortunately this time their services were only required to treat some minor insect stings but their voluntary presence was appreciated by all on the day. L to R: Michael Mullins, Jimmy Higgins (kneeling), Brendan Kenny and Rory Walsh.

Roseanna Ponsonby and Sara Cleary who were judges at Moyglass Gymkhana Dog Show in August 1987. Pictured with Willie O’Donnell and his active dog 'Slope', after winning the working Dog Section at the dog Show.
Roseanna Ponsonby and Sara Cleary who were judges at Moyglass Gymkhana Dog Show in August 1987. Pictured with Willie O’Donnell and his active dog 'Slope', after winning the working Dog Section at the dog Show.

Ruth Delaney, Fethard, on her pony 'Gold Arrow', winner of the 'James Hannigan Perpetual Cup' for the training class at the Moyglass Gymkhana. The trophy was presented by Miss Ann Martin.
Ruth Delaney, Fethard, on her pony 'Gold Arrow', winner of the 'James Hannigan Perpetual Cup' for the training class at the Moyglass Gymkhana. The trophy was presented by Miss Ann Martin.

Family enjoying the good weather and fun at Moyglass Gymkhana.
Family enjoying the good weather and fun at Moyglass Gymkhana.

Michael 'Mouse' Morris clearing a fence in the 'Donkey Derby' at Moyglass Gymkhana held in August 1987.
Michael 'Mouse' Morris clearing a fence in the 'Donkey Derby' at Moyglass Gymkhana held in August 1987.

Fr. Conor Hayes needing a helping hand over this fence in the 'Donkey Derby' at Moyglass Gymkhana held in August 1987.
Fr. Conor Hayes needing a helping hand over this fence in the 'Donkey Derby' at Moyglass Gymkhana held in August 1987.

Winner all right! Ann Martin leaps with joy as she wins the Donkey Derby at Moyglass Gymkhana in 1987.
Winner all right! Ann Martin leaps with joy as she wins the Donkey Derby at Moyglass Gymkhana in 1987.

Enjoying the Donkey Derby final at Moyglass Gymkhana are L to R: Gerry Long, Mouse Morris and Paddy Martin
Enjoying the Donkey Derby final at Moyglass Gymkhana are L to R: Gerry Long, Mouse Morris and Paddy Martin.

Dr. Tom Cleary presenting Ann Martin with first prize after winner an exciting Donkey Derby held at Moyglass Gymkhana in 1987.
Dr. Tom Cleary presenting Ann Martin with first prize after winner an exciting Donkey Derby held at Moyglass Gymkhana in 1987.

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