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Happy Christmas to all our readers!
We take this opportunity to wish all our readers at home and away, a very Happy Christmas and a safe and healthy New Year. Remember you can tune in live to all Christmas Services online at the Parish Church and the Augustinian Abbey

‘Goal Mile’ on Christmas Day


Don't forget a very important part of Christmas Day is to get out and be part of the annual Goal Mile in Fethard, starting at 12 noon on Main Street outside Fethard Town Hall. Fethard is one of three Goal Mile events in County Tipperary, so come along early to register.

If you haven't done it before why not give it a go this year. It’s just such a nice thing to do on Christmas Day and gives a real ‘feel good’ factor that you will want to repeat every year. So do come along and bring a friend, put a donation in our ‘bucket’, and then run, walk, or just stroll and talk at your own pace for the mile circuit around Fethard’ medieval walls. The very simple circuit  goes from Main Street via Fethard Ballroom, to The Valley, up to Burke Street and then on to The Green and back to finish at Main Street again.

The GOAL Mile, proudly supported by AIB, is one of Ireland’s most popular annual events, and a Christmas tradition for thousands of families. Merry Christmas to one and all.

The Premier Newspaper - December 23, 2022
The Premier DEcember 23, 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 on ETB Adult Awards Presentation in Carrick-on-Suir; 'Premier Flashbacks to 1998'; 'Fethard News'; and lots more. Click on any of the images below to read this issue online.

The Premier December 23, 2022

The Premoer Flashbacks to 1998

Parish Christmas Mass Times
Mass times next weekend, for Christmas, will be at the usual times in the Parish Church. The Christmas eve mass in Killusty will be at the earlier time of 6pm and the usual time of 10am Christmas Morning.

As we draw near to Christmas, let us learn from Saint Joseph how to cultivate spaces for silence in which another Word can emerge, that of the Holy Spirit who dwells in us.
– Pope Francis

Christmas Carol Service and Masses
On Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24, the traditional Carol Service will take place at 8pm followed by Christmas Mass at 8.30pm. Masses on Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25, will be celebrated at 9.30am and 12 noon.
On Christmas Eve, Saturday, December 24, the traditional Carol Service will take place at 8pm followed by Christmas Mass at 8.30pm. Masses on Christmas Day, Sunday, December 25, will be celebrated at 9.30am and 12 noon.

Congratulations to Nicole Delaney 'Player of the Year'
Congratulations to Nicole Delaney, Fethard, who won the U17 'Player of the Year' award for her club, Wexford Youths F.C. The pacy winger scoring a career high twelve goals in her second season playing in the Underage National League.
Congratulations to Nicole Delaney, Fethard, who won the U17 'Player of the Year' award for her club, Wexford Youths F.C. The pacy winger scoring a career high twelve goals in her second season playing in the Underage National League.

Eoghan Hurley – Junior Hurler of the Year
Manager of the Tipperary New York Hurling Team, Pa Ryan, Ardfinnan,  presenting the 'Junior Hurler of The Year' award to Eoghan Hurley (right) at the club's Annual Dinner Dance held in New York.
Manager of the Tipperary New York Hurling Team, Pa Ryan, Ardfinnan, presenting the club's 'Junior Hurler of The Year' award to Eoghan Hurley (right) at the club's Annual Dinner Dance held in New York.

Tipperary New York Hurling Club held their Annual Dinner Dance at Lake Isle, Eastchester, New York, on December 3, 2022. The guest of honour at the event was Roger Slattery. The club also announce and present their annual awards at the dance. This year they selected Darragh Peters as ‘Senior Hurler of The Year’; and Eoghan Hurley (Fethard) as ‘Junior Hurler of The Year’. The last award, ‘Tipperary Man of The Year’ was won by Toby Kavanagh. In conjunction with the Annual Dinner Dance, a lavish booklet is also produced which includes a feature on our own ‘Eoghan Hurley’, son of Teresa and John Hurley, Strylea, Fethard, and how he was persuaded to join the New York based club by another Fethard man, Owen Cummins, originally from St. Patrick’s Place.

Eoghan Hurley, Fethard
Eoghan Hurley, Fethard, was born November 4, 1996, and attended St Patrick's Boys’ School where he began to play hurling and Gaelic football. Whilst beginning his hurling career at full forward it became evident that the position that suited his style of play was on the goal. From there Eoghan developed the fine arts needed to play between the posts, from fearlessly facing incoming forwards, catching high ball coming into the square, to the all-important restart and puckout.

As a young boy, Eoghan joined the Fethard GAA Club which was founded in 1888 and has since won a record 21 County Senior Football Championships – some of which included current club member and Eoghan's ‘Godfather’ – Owen Cummins.

Eoghan went on to compete at Junior Hurling and Intermediate Football in the Fethard colours, with his first taste of success arriving in 2011 when he won a Minor Football title. Later in 2016, Eoghan was part of the Fethard Intermediate Football Panel that won the County Championship.

Eoghan later attended Fethard Patrician Presentation Secondary School and after completing his studies, he decided to enter the world of trade. He completed his apprenticeship with David O'Mahoney Electrical Services in Thurles. Eoghan then decided to return to education and enrolled at Waterford Institute of Technology now known as SETU (South East Technological University) where he is currently pursuing a Degree in Electrical Engineering.

In 2022, Eoghan was afforded the opportunity to complete an internship program as part of his studies with one of New York's leading General Contractors, J.T. Magen. Eoghan was part of an eight-person cohort that was chosen from WIT to partake in the program. During his time in New York, Eoghan decided to join the Tipperary New York Hurling Club (with little other choice offered due to the influence of Owen Cummins), where he began playing under the guidance of ‘Coach’ Kavanagh.

Eoghan was part of the Tipperary Junior team that represented the club in the 2022 NY GAA Junior Hurling Final where they came out on the wrong side against a strong Clare NY team. Eoghan played a huge part as the team's goalkeeper throughout the campaign, showing great commitment as he travelled from Queens twice a week for training. Eoghan became somewhat of a cult hero among his teammates and will certainly be remembered for his bucket hat and questionable outfits throughout the summer.

After receiving his ‘Junior Hurler of The Year’ award, Eoghan thanked everyone involved with the Tipperary New York Hurling Club for making him feel so welcome from day one. He enjoyed every minute of it!  Eoghan is currently in his final year of Electrical Engineering and hopes to return to New York to begin his professional career upon graduating. Congratulations Eoghan.

St. Stephens Day Dancing at Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its 'Festive' social dancing on St. Stephen's Day, December 26, to the music of ‘Blue Lace'. 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. We take this opportunity to wish all our patrons a Very Happy Christmas!

For further information or for booking the Ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420.

Fethard Ballroom continues its 'Festive' social dancing on St. Stephen's Day, December 26, to the music of ‘Blue Lace'. 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. We take this opportunity to wish all our patrons a Very Happy Christmas!

For further information or for booking the Ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420.

Died Recently
The late Rita Critchley (née McCarthy) Buffana, Fethard, who died on aturday, December 17, 2022The death has occurred on Saturday, December 17, 2022, of Rita Critchley (née McCarthy) Cabragh, Tara, Meath and formerly, Buffana, Fethard, peacefully, in Heatherfield Nursing Home. Predeceased by her husband Patsy and son Ger, Rita will be sadly missed by her loving children, Bernie, Cait, John and Noeleen, son-in-law Sean, her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great- great-grandchildren, nephews, nieces, extended family and close friends. May Rita Rest In Peace.

Reposing at St Joseph’s Chapel of Rest, Old Johnstown, Navan (C15 C425) on Tuesday, December 20, from 4pm-7pm and on Wednesday, December 21, in her home from 4pm-8pm (C15 PD72). House private after 8pm.

Removal from her home on Thursday morning, December 22, to St. Colmcille's Church, Skryne, for Funeral Mass at 12 noon. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. House strictly private Thursday morning. Family flowers only, donations, if desired, to Crumlin Children's Hospital. Messages of condolence for the family can be left online by CLICKING HERE

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, December 15. The numbers drawn were 2, 13, 19 and 20. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Veronica Fogarty. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, December 22, will be €3,200.

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

Parish Christmas Draw Results
Fethard & Killusty Parish held their special Christmas Draws this week to say a BIG Thank You to everyone supporting the weekly lotto. The following prizes were drawn from all tickets entered on December 15.

  • Iain Meagher - A tour of Coolmore Stud for four people
  • Edel Fitzgerald - €50 voucher for Dalton's Pharmacy
  • Paul Trehy - €50 voucher for Fethard Electrical Wholesale
  • Caroline Harvey - €50 voucher for Glanbia
  • Theresa O'Donnell - €50 voucher for Meagher's Daybreak
  • Kate Horan - €50 voucher for O'Sullivan's Pharmacy

Congratulations also to Joe Corbett who was our local winner of a Deluxe Christmas Hamper in the national draw held on December 15 .

'Santa Run' in aid of Fethard Rugby Club
A large group of happy participants photographed on Saturday last, December 10, at the start of Fethard Rugby Club's 'Santa Run' fundraiser in Fethard Town Park.
A large group of happy participants photographed on Saturday last, December 10, at the start of Fethard Rugby Club's 'Santa Run' fundraiser in Fethard Town Park.

GAA Sports Development Lotto
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Sunday, December 18, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 6, 7, 11 and 27. We had no Jackpot winner and one 'Match Three' winner who received €150: Christopher Quinn. One Lucky Dip winner received €100: Alice Lawerence.  The next draw takes place on Tuesday, December 27, when the jackpot is €15,600. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

Christmas Bonus Lucky Dip Winners

  • €500 - Joe Kenny
  • €250 - Tom McCarthy, Youghal
  • €250 - Bridget Ryan
  • €100 - Kate Davey
  • €100 - Donna Ryan
  • €100 - Emma Cronin
  • €100 - Mary O'Sullivan
  • €100 - Lisa O'Donnell
  • €100 - Tyrone Tobin
  • €100 - David Lawton
  • €100 - Lorena Lawerence
  • €100 - Karen O'Toole
  • €100 - Ruth Higgins

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.

Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution
Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Michael Power, Micheal McCormack, Niamh Hassett, Nicholas Moroney and Dolly Power.
Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Michael Power, Micheal McCormack, Niamh Hassett, Nicholas Moroney and Dolly Power.


Fethard Historical Society hosted a lecture ‘Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution’ by Ms Niamh Hassett on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, which attracted a full house at Fethard ICA Hall where the lecture took place. Mr Michael Mallon, Chairman, Fethard Historical Society, opened the proceedings by welcoming all present and stating how delighted the society was to invite Niamh back to Fethard as part of its ‘Decade of Centenaries’ programme. Niamh is a well-known local Tipperary historian and curator of the Comóradh na nÓglach Facebook page.

Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Catherine O'Flynn, Fr. Tom Everard, Michael Mallon, Niamh Hassett, Mary Hanrahan and Terry Cunningham
Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Catherine O'Flynn, Fr. Tom Everard, Michael Mallon, Niamh Hassett, Mary Hanrahan and Terry Cunningham

Terry Cunningham, Assistant Secretary, spoke next, remarking that the full house attendance was testament to the interest in the topic under discussion. He also mentioned the contribution made to the Tipperary historical archive by Niamh’s father, the late John Hassett – another renowned local historian.

Niamh opened her talk by stating that, for her, the Decade of Revolution extends from 1915 to 1925.  Her lecture focussed on the events happening in and around Fethard up to and including August 2022, with special reference to the British Military Barracks in the town. 

Fethard Military Barracks, The Square Fethard, c.1910 (Frank Kenrick, Main Street, Fethard)
Fethard Military Barracks, The Square Fethard, c.1910 (Photo taken by Frank Kenrick, Main Street, Fethard)

She began by giving an historical context for the building. The Everard townhouse occupied the site from the 13th century until 1752 when it was purchased by Thomas Barton, a wine merchant of Bordeaux. The townhouse at this stage had fallen into serious disrepair and was demolished and a new building was erected on the site.

Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R:  Breda Lee, Clare Lee, Karen Kenny, Rachel Murphy and Mary Hanrahan
Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Breda Lee, Clare Lee, Karen Kenny, Rachel Murphy and Mary Hanrahan.

It became a temporary barracks from 1763 being occupied by a company of cavalry. In 1797 the house and surrounding fifteen acres was sold to the British military with the cavalry taking up permanent residence. In 1805 there were 119 soldiers and 84 horses on site. By 1820, they had been supplemented with Royal Field Artillery. As the Royal Irish Constabulary wasn’t established until 1822, it very much fell to the military at that time to keep order with the help of the local Yeomanry.  In 1911 there were 107 soldiers stationed in Fethard most of whom were English, with a few Irish, a few Welsh and one New Zealander.

Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Tom Clancy, Jim Egan, Patrick Kilfeather, Tommy O'Brien and Martin O'Shea
Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Tom Clancy, Jim Egan, Patrick Kilfeather, Tommy O'Brien and Martin O'Shea

Niamh’s deft delivery kept her audience riveted as she gave a comprehensive overview of events as they unfolded from 1914 onwards: the formation of the Irish Volunteers; Pierce McCann’s swiftly countermanded order to mobilise during Easter 1916; and local Fethard men D.P. Walsh and P.J. Henehan arrested and sent to Frongoch, Wales.

Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Mattie Tynan, Willie O'Donnell, Anthony Kelly, Willie Connolly and Brendan Kenny.
Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Mattie Tynan, Willie O'Donnell, Anthony Kelly, Willie Connolly and Brendan Kenny.

In 1917, the local Volunteers were reinvigorated by Paddy Hogan and Patrick Ryan became Officer in Command, while in 1918 the proposed British Conscription Bill for Ireland failed miserably. The conclusion of the First World War in November 1918 was followed by Sinn Féin winning a huge majority in the General Election that December.

Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Michael Croom Carroll, Michael Mallon, Pat Phelan and Gerry Long.
Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Michael Croom Carroll, Michael Mallon, Pat Phelan and Gerry Long
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Niamh then went onto relate the tumultuous events from 1919 onwards, culminating in the burning of the Fethard Barracks in July 1922. Her comprehensive account painted a vivid picture of those troubled times in this part of the Tipperary and included lots of detail regarding the local people involved.

Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Patrick O'Donnell, Mary Hanrahan Fr. Liam Everard P.P. and Mary Healy.
Photographed at Fethard Historical Society's lecture 'Fethard Military Barracks and the Revolution' by Niamh Hassett, held in Fethard ICA Hall on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, are L to R: Patrick O'Donnell, Mary Hanrahan Fr. Liam Everard P.P. and Mary Healy.

Following the lecture, Niamh invited contributions from the audience and a lively, informative discussion ensued. The evening concluded with light refreshments and further conversation.

Fethard & Killusty Emigrants’ Newsletter on sale now!


Fethard & Killusty Emigrant's Newsletter is now available in the following local shops at €12 each, Centra Supermarket (The Green), Daybreak Supermarket (Kerry Street), and Fethard Post Office (Main Street). Copies will also be posted this weekend free of charge to Fethard emigrants on our mailing list throughout the world.

We take this opportunity to thank everyone who submitted articles and photographs, and also those who supported the publishing and postage, with donations throughout the year that helps in no small way to make this annual publication possible – since it first began in 1959.

Big Picture – Christmas Concert Abymill 1988

Fethard Nano Nagle National School's Christmas Concert in the Abymill Theatre, December 1988

This photo was taken on December 15, 1988, at the Nano Nagle National School's first Christmas Concert performed in the new Abymill Theatre, that opened on May 26, 1988.

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



Faces and Places from the Past 

This week we have a selection of photographs taken at Fethard Senior Citizens 1981 Christmas Party (held on January 3, 1982), which brings to mind the words from a popular song from that time: "I was once like you are now". Forty years later the 'Spirit of Christmas' is still alive and well!
Please send any comments or photo information, names and event, to fethardnews@gmail.com



Jim Holohan cutting the cake at the Fethard Senior Citizens Christmas Party held in the Tirry Community Centre in January 1982. L to R: Ann Lucy, Fr. Stapleton, Jim Holohan and Alice Stapleton.


L to R: Jim Holohan, Philly Kenny and Fr. John Stapleton.
L to R: Jim Holohan, Philly Kenny and Fr. John Stapleton.

L to R: Sarah Cashman, Larry Fahey and Nell Mullins.
L to R: Sarah Cashman, Larry Fahey and Nell Mullins.

Performing at the Senior Citizens Christmas Party were students Back L to R: Vera Morrissey, Aine Henehan, Mairead Ward, Anna Morrissey, Mary Burke, Gemma Walsh, Seamus Dillon, Gabrielle Hayes. Front L to R: Deirdre Barrett, Linda Kane, Lydia Newport, Eddie Sheehan and Kay O’Riordan.
Performing at the Senior Citizens Christmas Party were students Back L to R: Vera Morrissey, Aine Henehan, Mairead Ward, Anna Morrissey, Mary Burke, Gemma Walsh, Seamus Dillon, Gabrielle Hayes. Front L to R: Deirdre Barrett, Linda Kane, Lydia Newport, Eddie Sheehan and Kay O’Riordan.

Group photographed at the 1981 Fethard Senior Citizens Christmas Party held in the Tirry Community Centre are Back L to R: Eddie Lawless, Joan Gleeson, Joe O'Dwyer, Mary O'Dwyer. Front L to R: Phyllis O'Connell, Kitty Tobin, Stasia Kenrick and Gus Maher.
Group photographed at the 1981 Fethard Senior Citizens Christmas Party held in the Tirry Community Centre are Back L to R: Eddie Lawless, Joan Gleeson, Joe O'Dwyer, Mary O'Dwyer. Front L to R: Phyllis O'Connell, Kitty Tobin, Stasia Kenrick and Gus Maher.

Group photographed at the 1981 Fethard Senior Citizens Christmas Party held in the Tirry Community Centre are Back L to R: Josie Maher, ?, Martin Nagle, Mary Nagle. Front L to R: Alice Ryan, Jack Ryan, Nora Burke and Nell Mullins.
Group photographed at the 1981 Fethard Senior Citizens Christmas Party held in the Tirry Community Centre are Back L to R: Josie Maher, ?, Martin Nagle, Mary Nagle. Front L to R: Alice Ryan, Jack Ryan, Nora Burke and Nell Mullins.

Group photographed at the 1981 Fethard Senior Citizens Christmas Party held in the Tirry Community Centre are Back L to R: ?, John Halpin, Kathleen Walsh. Front L to R: Agnes Allen and Josie Kenny.
Group photographed at the 1981 Fethard Senior Citizens Christmas Party held in the Tirry Community Centre are Back L to R: ?, John Halpin, Kathleen Walsh. Front L to R: Agnes Allen and Josie Kenny.

Group photographed at the 1981 Fethard Senior Citizens Christmas Party held in the Tirry Community Centre in January 1982. Back L to R: Mary Clancy, Nancy Sheehan, Johanna Tobin. Front L to R: Eddie Sheehan, Joe Green and Mary Fergus.
Group photographed at the 1981 Fethard Senior Citizens Christmas Party held in the Tirry Community Centre in January 1982. Back L to R: Mary Clancy, Nancy Sheehan, Johanna Tobin. Front L to R: Eddie Sheehan, Joe Green and Sarah Lawless.

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