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You can also make a secure Credit Card or PayPal donation towards this year's Fethard & Killusty Annual Newsletter by clicking DONATE below. All donations of €10 or more will be acknowledged in this year's Newsletter, unless you wish to remain anonymous.

Club Secretaries, individuals and organisations are reminded that submissions and photographs for inclusion in this year’s newsletter are now invited. Please submit before October 17, by email to: emigrantsnewsletter@gmail.com 

The Premier Newspaper - September 30, 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. This edition features articles, photographs and news from the district, including report pon 'Fethard Culture Night'; 'Premier Flashbacks to 2000'; 'Fethard News'; and lots more. Click on the image below to read this issue online.
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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

Good Luck to Fethard Ladies Football in their First Senior County Final on this Sunday, October 2
Good Luck to Fethard Ladies Football on reaching their First Senior County Final on this Sunday, October 2, at 4pm, when they play Brian Borus. Fethard Senior Girls are playing the club's first ever Senior County Final, the biggest game in the club's history. These girls have put in years of hard work to get to this position and would love to see a large Fethard crowd attend the final on Sunday to cheer and support the girls and management on this fantastic achievement. Best of luck girls.

Good Luck to Fethard Ladies Football on reaching their First Senior County Final on this Sunday, October 2, at 4pm, when they play Brian Borus. Fethard Senior Girls are playing the club's first ever Senior County Final, the biggest game in the club's history. These girls have put in years of hard work to get to this position and would love to see a large Fethard crowd attend the final on Sunday to cheer and support the girls and management on this fantastic achievement. Best of luck girls.
Tickets for the game can be purchased through BUY TICKETS.

Fethard’s Ukrainians invited to Brú Ború

Local organiser Tony Hanrahan, photographed with members of the Fethard Ukrainian community staying at Fethard Convent, on their visit to Brú Ború Theatre in Cashel for this year's Culture Night on Friday September 23.

As part of this year’s Culture Night, on Friday, September 23, a bus was organised to bring Ukrainians staying at Fethard Convent, hosted by Fethard Day Care Centre, and from the recently opened Thurles Ukrainian Community Centre, hosted by the Thurles Rotary Club and Community Services, to a special concert of Irish Culture performed in the Brú Ború Centre in Cashel. The night was thoroughly enjoyed by all and a special ‘thank you’ is well-deserved to all the organisers for this thoughtful and welcome gesture.

U13 Hurling Team Reach County Final
In the county semifinal replay played in Killenaule on Wednesday, September 28, Fethard beat beat their opponants Upperchurch/Drombane on a scoreline 3-5 to 1-6 and will now play Galtee Rovers/St Pecaun in the county final at 12.30pm in Clonoulty on this Sunday, October 2. This was a great result and we congratulate the team and coaches, wish them every success in the County Final on Sunday. Please come along to the gane and support this young team.

In the county semi-final replay played in Killenaule on Wednesday, September 28, Fethard beat beat their opponents Upperchurch/Drombane on a scoreline 3-5 to 1-6 and will now play Galtee Rovers/St Pecaun in the county final at 12.30pm in Clonoulty on this Sunday, October 2.

This was a great result for Fethard and we congratulate the team and coaches on qualifying for the final. We wish them every success in the County Final on Sunday and ask locals to please come along to the game and support this young team.

Died Recently in Australia
The death has occurred on Sunday, September 25, 2022, of Rosemary O’Shea (née Quinlan), in her 70th year, in Perth W. Australia.

Deeply regretted by her husband Robert O'Shea (formally Cloran, Cloneen) and by her sons: Gareth, Thomas, Robert and Brian; he daughter Aoife, her daughters-in-law and her son-in-law Michael, and grandchildren. May she rest in peace.The death has occurred on Sunday, September 25, 2022, of Rosemary O’Shea (née Quinlan), in her 70th year, in Perth W. Australia.

Deeply regretted by her husband Robert O'Shea (formally Cloran, Cloneen) and by her sons: Gareth, Thomas, Robert and Brian; he daughter Aoife, her daughters-in-law, her son-in-law Michael, and grandchildren. May she rest in peace.

Funeral will take place in Simon Peter's Catholic Church, Ocean Reef, WA, at 2pm on Thursday, October 6, followed by private cremation. The Funeral Mass can be watched live on Thursday at this link Watch Service Live on Thursday . Messages of condolence can be left online by CLICKING HERE

Vincent de Paul’s help with college fees
The Fethard Conference of St. Vincent de Paul would like to sincerely thank all who donated to their appeal boxes placed in local shops. The response was tremendous as usual and in these challenging times, very encouraging to all the members who are most appreciative.

The Fethard Conference would now like to invite families who need support with third level college expenses to make an application for funding if needed.

Application forms can be acquired by texting your name and contact details to: 085 808 6099.

Culture Night in Fethard on Friday, September 23 TOP
Section of the crowd at Culture Night in Fethard on Friday, September 23,
Section of the crowd at Culture Night in Fethard on Friday, September 23,


Culture Night in Fethard, on Friday, September 23, was all about Celebrating Emily Dickinson and the Tipperary Connection. The event took place in the lovely surroundings of the Fethard Horse Country Experience. Mary Hanrahan of the Fethard Historical Society welcomed the large attendance and thanked Conor Higgins, Manager, FHC Experience, for co-hosting the evening. Volunteers Liam Cloonan and Serena Kirkham were on hand to help, Serena also joining in the poetry readings.

Jasper Murphy delivering his talk on 'Celebrating Emily Dickinson and the Tipperary Connection' at Culture Night in Fethard, on Friday, September 23.
Jasper Murphy delivering his talk on 'Celebrating Emily Dickinson and the Tipperary Connection' at Culture Night in Fethard, on Friday, September 23.

Jasper Murphy, the keynote speaker, related how a chance encounter in the family pub, McCarthy’s, led him on a voyage across time and space, from the famous Irish mountain Sliabh na mBan to the kitchen of Emily Dickinson, the reclusive American poet’. This began with Jasper’s conversation with Robert Boulrice and his wife Margaret Carsley, who were visiting from the USA to research their Irish connections. Robert already knew that his ancestors Thomas Kelly and Mary Maher came from Sliabh na mBan, and that Mary’s younger sister Maggie Maher had also emigrated in the mid 19th century and had ended up working as a maid for Emily Dickinson’s family. Interestingly, as the Kelly/ Maher descendants prospered over successive generations they chose to distance themselves from their humble beginnings and Robert met with quite a lot of resistance from family members when he began his research.

Clonmel poet Eileen Acheson (right) reading ‘Outside the Lines at Donoughmore’, a poem she wrote for this year’s Applefest, and listening attentively are L to R: Serena Kirkham (Fethard Horse Country Experience), Catherine O'Flynn, Ann Gleeson, Patricia Treacy, and Mia Treacy.
Clonmel poet Eileen Acheson (right) reading ‘Outside the Lines at Donoughmore’, a poem she wrote for this year’s Applefest, and listening attentively are L to R: Serena Kirkham (Fethard Horse Country Experience), Catherine O'Flynn, Ann Gleeson, Patricia Treacy, and Mia Treacy.


Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Marian Gilpin, Chris Lee, Breda Lee and Mary Hanrahan.
Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Marian Gilpin, Chris Lee, Breda Lee and Mary Hanrahan.

He persevered to discover that Maggie became not only Emily’s maid but also her friend and confidante to whom she entrusted many of her writings. These myriad bits of paper Maggie stored safely in the trunk she had brought with her from Ireland. Emily had instructed that all her poems should be destroyed on her death, but Maggie believed they were too valuable to be destroyed. She showed them to Emily’s brother, and he arranged for their publication. In all, Maggie saved around 1,800 of Emily Dickinson’s poems and the only known photograph of the poet which also happened to be in her trunk – that now famous black and white image that everyone knows from their schoolbooks.

Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Josephine O'Hagan and Conor Higgins, Manager, FHC Experience.
Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Josephine O'Hagan and Conor Higgins, Manager, FHC Experience.


Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Patricia Treacy, Mia Treacy and Martha Sheehan.
Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Patricia Treacy, Mia Treacy and Martha Sheehan.


For a long time, scholars and critics were puzzled by Emily’s idiosyncratic use of language until they realised that she was actually influenced by the Hiberno-English spoken by the many Irish who worked on the Dickinson homestead. Emily Dickinson is now revered as one of America’s foremost poets and her words still resonate today. All thanks to the determination of one Maggie Maher from Tipperary to safeguard her legacy for posterity.

Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: John Fogarty and Miceál McCormack.
Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: John Fogarty and Miceál McCormack.

Inspired by Maggie’s story, Jasper took off on his own search for her ancestral home on the slopes of Sliabh na mBan. He gave a most entertaining account of the twists and turns in that journey, concluded successfully when he found it beyond a moss-covered stone wall, and there, enveloped in trees, was an old stone cottage with some outhouses. Jasper’s story has been published in the Fethard and Killusty Annual Newsletter 2021, and also in Ireland’s Own magazine (April 29, 2022). Thanking Jasper for sharing, Mary Hanrahan commended him for following up that chance conversation in the bar and putting in print a fascinating story. Another golden thread in the rich tapestry of our local history.

Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Cecily Purcell, Catherine O’Gorman and Ann Heverin.
Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Cecily Purcell, Catherine O’Gorman and Ann Heverin.

Readings of Emily Dickinson’s poems followed, and while people may know her as a very sombre poet, given her fascination with Death and Immortality, flashes of humour leavened the experience. Mary Healy started the proceedings with ‘I could bring you jewels’, while Marian Gilpin’s masterly rendition of ‘I felt a funeral in my brain’, was accompanied by her hilarious account of how one erstwhile student responded to Dickinson’s poetry in the classroom. As Pat Phelan pointed out there are many aspects to Emily as shown in his chosen ‘At Half Past Three’ and ‘I heard a fly buzz’. Martha Sheehan, no stranger to poetry and drama, read beautifully ‘Because I could not stop for Death’. Various other poems followed, some well-known, some more obscure, before Mary Healy concluded with a poem that was much quoted in the last few years during the pandemic ‘Hope is the thing with feathers’.

Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Michael Mallon, Catherine O'Flynn and Pat Phelan.
Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard Horse Country Experience on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Michael Mallon, Catherine O'Flynn and Pat Phelan.

 
The ‘Open Mic’ session got off to a great start with Clonmel poet Eileen Acheson reading ‘Outside the Lines at Donoughmore’, the poem she wrote for this year’s Applefest. She also read local writer Eileen Heneghan’s ‘Fethard Graveyard’. At this juncture, Mary Hanrahan explained that Applefest and Cashel Arts Festival had collaborated this year to produce two books celebrating local artisans with interviews written by local writers. ‘Artisans of Cashel and Artisans of Clonmel’ – featuring Fethard man Martin Coen – will be available to purchase locally.

Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Liam Cloonan and Serena Kirkham (Fethard Horse Country Experience).
Photographed at Culture Night in Fethard on Friday, September 23, are L to R: Liam Cloonan and Serena Kirkham (Fethard Horse Country Experience).

John Fogarty’s story about his mother’s choosing a 1960s Grand National winner with the aid of a safety pin and St. Anthony, had everyone in gales of laughter. Miceál McCormack made his poetry debut with a heartfelt tribute to ‘Sr. Eileen’. Terry Cunningham’s poignant ‘On Gardiner Street’ was read and Michael Mallon brought the evening to a light-hearted conclusion with the humorous ‘Remembrance of Things Pasta’ by Brian Bilston.

Fethard Harvest Festival Service
This year's Harvest Festival Service will take place in Holy Trinity Church of Ireland, Fethard,  on Sunday, October 2, at 7pm. We extend a warm welcome to everyone in the community to attend and join in the celebration of the Harvest whilst remembering those who are less fortunate in the world. Fethard Choral Group will attend and there will be refreshments served afterwards.
This year's Harvest Festival Service will take place in Holy Trinity Church of Ireland, Fethard, on Sunday, October 2, at 7pm. We extend a warm welcome to everyone in the community to attend and join in the celebration of the Harvest whilst remembering those who are less fortunate in the world. Fethard Choral Group will attend and there will be refreshments served afterwards.


Thanksgiving Mass on Sunday, October 2
On Sunday next, October 2, there will be a Thanksgiving and Remembrance Mass in the Parish Church at 11am. The event will honour those that serve the community and those that have died in the last few difficult years.

The Abbey and Parish choirs will take part and during this concelebrated mass there will be prayers from representatives of various community groups. There will also be a reception of the Sacrament of the Eucharist under both species. Afterwards there will be refreshments served in the Convent. All are welcome.

GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Tuesday, September 27 are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 4, 8, 26 and 35. No Jackpot winner and two 'Match Three' winners who received €75 each: Jimmy Horan and Sean Fleming. One Lucky Dip winner received €100: Jimmy Connolly.  The next draw takes place on Tuesday, October 4, when the jackpot is €13,200. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

Fethard & District Day Care Centre AGM
The Fethard & District Day Care Centre CLG will hold their Annual General Meeting on Monday, October 10, at 7.30pm in the Convent Chapel, Fethard. All are welcome. 

Open Night at Patrician PresentationWed, Oct 5

Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School will hold their 'Open Night' on Wednesday, October 5, at 7pm.

Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School will hold their 'Open Night' on Wednesday, October 5, at 7pm.

Save the date and please pass on the word. We look forward to welcoming parents and students of 5th and 6th class primary schools.

Fethard Girls receive top awards at ploughing championship
Two Fethard girls, Kaitlyn Ryan and Evie Smith, received top awards at the recent Ploughing Championship as members of the winning entry from Ursuline Secondary School, Thurles, who were finalists in this year's Certified Irish Angus schools' competition. The students received five Irish Angus-Cross calves, which they will rear for eighteen-months as part of this unique schools competition sponsored by ABP and Kepak. The four students are photographed above with RTÉ Broadcaster and TikTok influencer Mary-Claire Fitzpatrick at the Certified Irish Angus stand at the National Ploughing Championships. L to R: Rebekah Smith, Evie Smith, Mary-Claire Fitzpatrick, Gráinne Callanan and Kaitlyn Ryan.

Two Fethard girls, Kaitlyn Ryan and Evie Smith, received top awards at the recent Ploughing Championship as members of the winning entry from Ursuline Secondary School, Thurles, who were finalists in this year's Certified Irish Angus schools' competition. The students received five Irish Angus-Cross calves, which they will rear for eighteen-months as part of this unique schools competition sponsored by ABP and Kepak. The four students are photographed above with RTÉ Broadcaster and TikTok influencer Mary-Claire Fitzpatrick at the Certified Irish Angus stand at the National Ploughing Championships. L to R: Rebekah Smith, Evie Smith, Mary-Claire Fitzpatrick, Gráinne Callanan and Kaitlyn Ryan. – (Photo by Finbarr O'Rourke)

Social Dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, October 2 to the music of ‘The Michael Collins Band. 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, October 2 to the music of ‘The Michael Collins Band'. 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.

Memories of visits from America
The Northern Ireland Census 2021 figures which were published on, Thursday, September 22, 2022, state that Catholics outnumber Protestants in Northern Ireland for the first time since the partition of the island.

Listening to this report brought back a happy memory from the early 1960s when we had a much-looked-forward-to visit from our first cousins in America – both were Sisters of the Ursuline Order based at Blue Point, New York. Sr. Evangelist (Catherine O’Brien) and Sr. Philomena (Nuala O’Brien) were daughters of Katie O’Brien (née Kenny) and Pat O’Brien, who lived on The Green where Mrs Esther McCormack now lives.

Katie O'Brien (née Kenny), who lived on The Green where Esther McCormack now lives, is photographed above with four of her five children L to R: Nuala (Sr. Philomena the middle child born on Oct 25, 1918), Katie O'Brien (mother), Eddie O'Brien (youngest), Ursula Fleming (second youngest) and Kathleen (Mother Evangelist) eldest. Missing daughter from photograph is Mary, the second eldest who lived in England.
Katie O'Brien (née Kenny), who lived on The Green where Esther McCormack now lives, is photographed above with four of her five children L to R: Nuala (Sr. Philomena the middle child born on Oct 25, 1918), Katie O'Brien (mother), Eddie O'Brien (youngest), Ursula Fleming (second youngest) and Kathleen (Mother Evangelist) eldest. The missing daughter from photograph is Mary Connolly, the second eldest who lived in England.

SR. CATHERINE O'BRIEN (SR. EVANGELIST)
(Oct 21, 1912 – Jul 20, 1977)

Born in Fethard in County Tipperary, Sr. Catherine immigrated to the United States to enter the Ursuline community in 1927. She went on to teach at Our Lady Star of the Sea, Holy Family High School, and St. Mary’s High School. She also taught and served as principal at Nativity BVM, Our Lady of Grace, and St. Maurice. Sr. Catherine retired to Blue Point and upon her death was described by a former student as “a real mother to all of us.” 

Sr. Catherine was joined in her vocation as an Ursuline Sister of Tildonk by her sister,  Sr. Philomena.The news report was very relevant to a story told by Sr. Evangelist while on one of her visits to Fethard in the 1960s, a visit that only occurred every 4-6 years as they travelled by ship.

One day while speaking about the partition of Ireland – North and South – she gently explained that there was no need to worry in any way about a divided Ireland, because in 50 years or so, the Catholics will outnumber the Protestants, and Ireland will again be united.

I’m sure she was making her prediction based on the fact that the number of children born to Catholic families at that time, way outnumbered the number born to Protestant families. However, she did maintain it would not happen in her lifetime, but we children had every chance of seeing a united Ireland. Whatever does happen in the future, I’ve never forgotten her prediction and smiled at the relevance of her story after hearing today’s news.

Sr. Evangelist (born Oct 21, 1912 – died Jul 20, 1977) and Sr. Philomena (born Oct 25, 1918 – died Apr 25, 2011) were two of many girls who left Fethard at a very young age to join the Ursulines of Tildonk in New York City. Others who left Fethard included their neighbour Sr. Paula Carey, The Green, (Jul 18, 1919 – Jun 8, 2010); Sr. Monica Kevin, Barrack Street, (Mar 19, 1920 – Mar 24, 2019); Sr. Vincent McCarthy (Jan 8, 1919 – Mar 23, 1999); Sr. Mary Joseph McCarthy (1914-1911); Sr. Mary Rita McCarthy (1916-1957); and Sr. Benignus Power, The Valley and Convent Lodge (Apr 17, 1915 – Feb 21, 1972).
May they all rest in Peace.

In more recent years, Sr. Margaret O'Brien OSU, the eldest daughter of the late Pat O'Brien from The Valley, Fethard, was elected General Superior at the General Chapter of the Ursuline Sisters of Tildonk in Belgium on August 5, 2008.

NOTE - The Census 2021 figures released on Thursday, September 22, 2022, show that 45.7% of the region’s population said they were either Catholic or brought up as a Catholic. The figures for Protestants (and other Christian faiths) was 43.5% while 1.5% were from non-Christian religions. Northern Ireland had a significant Protestant majority when it was established in 1921 as part of the partition of Ireland.

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, September 22. The numbers drawn were 1, 7, 13 and 14. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Anita Maguire. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, September 29, will be €2,550.

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

Big Picture - Liam McCarthy Cup in Fethard - 2010

'Liam McCarthy' cup visit to Holy Trinity National School

Pupils from Holy Trinity National School, Fethard, photographed with the McCarthy Cup on November 2, 2010, when Tipperary captain, Eoin Kelly and members of the South Board visited the school.

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

Social Dance Classes at Fethard Ballroom
Learn to dance with Yvonne –Waltz, Quickstep, Jive, and many more popular dances – every Thursday night at Fethard Ballroom, commencing September 8, 2022, from 8pm to 9.30pm. Classes are €10 - Pay as you Go. For further information contact Yvonne on Tel: 087 2448535. All are welcome.
Learn to dance with Yvonne –Waltz, Quickstep, Jive, and many more popular dances – every Thursday night at Fethard Ballroom, commencing September 8, 2022, from 8pm to 9.30pm. Classes are €10 - Pay as you Go.

Kickboxing Classes
Classes in Kickboxing will be held at the Galteemor Kickboxing Club at Barrack Street, Fethard, E91 TD99, every Tuesday and Thursday evening, starting at 7pm. For further information Contact 087 911 3997.


Classes in Kickboxing will be held at the Galteemor Kickboxing Club at Barrack Street, Fethard, E91 TD99, every Tuesday and Thursday evening, starting at 7pm. For further information Contact 087 911 3997.

 



Faces and Places from the Past
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This week we have a selection of photographs taken when Fran Curry and his Tipp FM crew, broadcast their first 'In Your Kitchen' live 'Breakfast Show' broadcast from Catriona Stapleton's kitchen in Coolmoyne on June 28, 2000. Catriona had invited lots of her friends and neighbours in for early breakfast to help her with the live show broadcast on that Wednesday morning from 7am to 10am. Many will recognise those involved and may also bring back memories for our readers and visitors to fethard.com Please send any comments or photo information, names and event, to fethardnews@gmail.com


Catriona Stapleton (left), Coolmoyne, photographed with Fran Curry and his Tipp FM crew, on their first 'In Your Kitchen' live breakfast show broadcast from Catriona's kitchen in Coolmoyne.


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