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Last updated: Monday, October 9, 2023

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Best Wishes to Fethard Ladies Football this weekend


Both Fethard's Junior and Senior Ladies are competing in County Finals this weekend! What an incredible achievement for these ladies and mentors to have reached both adult finals! This takes a lot of hard work and dedication and let’s hope we all can get out this weekend in numbers and show our support to these two great teams – in the blue and white! 

First up we have our Junior Ladies contesting their County Final this Saturday, October 7, in Cappawhite at 12pm, against Rockwell Rovers. These teams did not meet throughout the championship, with both teams topping their groups! A great battle expected for the final!

Next our Senior Ladies are out in their County Final this Sunday, October 8, in Tipp Town at 4pm, against Brian Borus. This final is a repeat of last years and no doubt going to be another cracker!

Come out and support these fantastic ladies this weekend in what’s going to be a great weekend for ladies football especially Fethard Ladies Football. Get all the blue and white flags, bunting, etc and get the town behind the girls!

'Split The Pot' lotto – Play Now and win €1,000
Our Split The Pot takes place this Monday, October 9, with a guaranteed minimum winner of a €1,000!

We are also giving away a bonus prize of €200 to mark the County Final Weekend. To enter, click the link below or scan the barcode. Thank you for the continued support!
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Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, October 5, 2023. The numbers drawn were 2, 5, 19 and 24. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Denise McAndrew. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, October 12, will be €2,000.

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 Monica Healy who died on October 4, 2023The death has occurred on Wednesday, October 4, 2023, of Monica Healy (née Owens), The Green, Fethard. Pre deceased by her husband Michael and infant son Laurence. Deeply regretted by her sons Michael, Martin and John (Australia), daughters-in-law Mary and Donna, grandsons Owen, Brian, Conor and Aidan, relatives, neighbours and friends. May she rest in peace.

Reposing in her son Michael's house at the Green, Fethard (E91 XT82) on Thursday evening, October 5, from 5pm to 7pm. Funeral Mass in the Augustinian Abbey Church on Friday, October 6, at 11.30am, followed by burial in Calvary Cemetery. A message of condolence for the family can be left online by CLICKING HERE

Traditional Crafts at Fethard Horse Country Museum
Fethard Horse Country Museum were thrilled to have three exceptional local artists demonstrating their traditional crafts for Culture Night on Friday, September 22. The three demonstrations were a wonderful opportunity for everyone to get ‘hands on’ and try some weaving, dyeing, and carving – a super way for the artists to engage with the community too.

Textile artist Lucy Moore had a wonderful display of her handwoven fabrics and hedgerow paints and inks. Lucy demonstrated how to naturally dye cloth and yarns using the foraged and grown plants from her garden and by the roadside.

Textile artist Lucy Moore had a wonderful display of her handwoven fabrics and hedgerow paints and inks. Lucy demonstrated how to naturally dye cloth and yarns using the foraged and grown plants from her garden and by the roadside.

Maura Gorey (left) watching Lucy Moore produce naturally dye from foraged plants from her garden and roadside.
Maura Gorey (left) watching Lucy Moore produce naturally dye from foraged plants from her garden and roadside.

Local wood carver, David Gorey, had everyone chiselling and carving on the night. What started as a lump of wood, was transformed into a well-formed face by the end of the evening. David has recently completed a commission by Waterford Council for seven life-sized Viking themed carved sculptures, which are now on display around the city.

Local wood carver, David Gorey, had everyone chiselling and carving on the night.
Local wood carver, David Gorey, teaching his craft on Culture Night


Master basket maker and artist, Lynn Kirkham, also known as ‘The Greenmantle’, showed a variety of different woods and ways to weave them. Lynn hopes to return to Fethard for a basket making workshop in the coming months.

Master basket maker and artist, Lynn Kirkham (back), demonstrating her work with visitors on Culture Night in Fethard.
Master basket maker and artist, Lynn Kirkham (back), demonstrating her work with visitors on Culture Night in Fethard.

The event was a huge success with approximately one hundred people attending. There was a palpable buzz about Fethard between the demonstrations in the museum, the lively walking tour, and the meditative organ recital in Holy Trinity Church of Ireland. A huge thank you to all who came and participated, the artists, musicians, and actors, made possible by the support from Fethard Historical Society, Fethard Horse Country Museum, Tipperary County Council, The Arts Council and the ‘Culture Night’ team.

Culture Night in Fethard – a blast from the past!Fetard Town Walls on Culture Night 2023

The Fethard Historical Society celebrated Culture Night this year on September 22, by hosting ‘History Speaks’ a guided walking tour with a difference. Instead of focusing solely on the medieval history of Fethard, costumed characters brought to life tales across the centuries. As a prelude to the walking tour, James Clooney, a talented, young local musician, gave an organ recital in the atmospheric surroundings of Holy Trinity Church of Ireland.

The Gaelic Warrior (Pat Phelan), representing the native Gaelic clans who resided in the area at the time.
The Gaelic Warrior (Pat Phelan), representing the native Gaelic clans who resided in the area at the time.



Lady Sybil greeted everyone who had gathered at the Millennium bridge in the four languages spoken in Fethard at the foundation of the town circa 1200: Irish, French, Welsh and English. The McCarthy Mór (Michael Mallon), representing the native Gaelic clans who resided in the area at the time, served as guide for the evening.  Lady Mary (Mary Healy) explained how the Town Wall came into being. Along the way, participants were challenged by the Norman Sovereign of the town, ambushed by a Gaelic warrior, and lauded in Latin by Prior Thomas Everard. Troubadours Sarah Ward and Ciara Redmond played and sang a wonderful selection of music throughout the event.

Lady Mary (left ) with troubadours Sarah Ward and Ciara Redmond who played and sang a wonderful selection of music throughout the event.
Amy Everard (Mary Hanrahan) with troubadours Sarah Ward and Ciara Redmond who played and sang a wonderful selection of music throughout the event.


The mystery of the Síle-na-gig was uncovered at Watergate. Michael Doheny and General Thomas Francis Bourke, both Fenians, who fought on opposing sides in the American Civil War, featured at the East Gate Park. Amy Everard told her story and that of the Everard family outside the wonderful Town Hall built by them in the 17th century.

Amy Everard told her story and that of the Everard family outside the wonderful Town Hall built by them in the 17th century
Amy Everard (Mary Hanrahan) told her story and that of the Everard family outside the wonderful Town Hall built by them in the 17th century


Jasper Murphy relayed the amazing tale of Maggie Maher from Slievenamon and her role in saving Emily Dickinson’s poems for posterity
Jasper Murphy relayed the amazing tale of Maggie Maher from Slievenamon and her role in saving Emily Dickinson’s poems for posterity
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Surprises had been promised and came in the guise of poetry, song and a spectacular Irish dance display beside the North Gate. The gatekeeper at Sparagoleith related the duties attached to the post before directing the group onwards down Chapel Lane. There, Jasper Murphy relayed the amazing tale of Maggie Maher from Slievenamon and her role in saving Emily Dickinson’s poems for posterity. The tour ended with Patrick Pearse materialising from his plaque on the facade of the Town Hall to read the Proclamation of the Irish Republic.
There was one last surprise of the evening as Lady Patricia, clad in her beautiful Shinrone gown, extended an invitation to her Scriptorium where one could essay one’s hand at calligraphy.

Fethard Horse Country Experience organised various workshops on the night and facilitated the ‘Scriptorium’ where our own Patricia Looby hosted a calligraphy session.
Fethard Horse Country Experience organised various workshops on the night and facilitated the ‘Scriptorium’ where our own Patricia Looby hosted a calligraphy session.


Lady Patricia (Pat Looby), clad in her beautiful Shinrone gown, extended an invitation to her Scriptorium
Lady Patricia (Pat Looby), clad in her beautiful Shinrone gown, extended an invitation to her Scriptorium


The ‘History Speaks’ experience proved a resounding success with over seventy people in attendance. “It was most gratifying to be joined by so many people.” said Michael Mallon, Chairman, Fethard Historical Society. “We were especially pleased to see so many families present and to receive so much positive feedback from those who supported the event. We were also delighted to collaborate with Sybil Cope and Olga Chernabrodskaya of the Fethard Horse Country Experience who organised various workshops on the night and facilitated the ‘Scriptorium’ where our own Patricia Looby hosted a calligraphy session.”

“It was most gratifying to be joined by so many people.” said The McCarthy Mór (Michael Mallon, Chairman, Fethard Historical Society), pictured above in the grounds of Holy Trinity Church of Ireland.
“It was most gratifying to be joined by so many people.” said The McCarthy Mór (Michael Mallon, Chairman, Fethard Historical Society), pictured above in the grounds of Holy Trinity Church of Ireland.


Michael Doheny and General Thomas Francis Bourke (Colm McGrath), both Fenians, who fought on opposing sides in the American Civil War, featured at the East Gate Park.
Michael Doheny and General Thomas Francis Bourke (Colm McGrath), both Fenians, who fought on opposing sides in the American Civil War, featured at the East Gate Park.

The gatekeeper (Catherine O'Flynn) at Sparagoleith related the duties attached to the post before Lady Mary directed the group onwards down Chapel Lane.
The gatekeeper (Catherine O'Flynn) at Sparagoleith related the duties attached to the post before Lady Mary (Mary Healy) directed the group onwards down Chapel Lane.

GAA Sports Development Lotto Results
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Tuesday, October 3, 2023, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 2, 4, 7 and 22. We had no Jackpot winner and three Match 3 winners who received €50: Martina Maher, Becky Fogarty, and Michelle Prendergast. One Lucky Dip winner received €100: Eoin White. The next draw takes place on Tuesday, October 10, when the jackpot is €24,000. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

Died Recently
The late Yevgenlla (Geniia) Kovaleva, who died on Tuesday, October 3, 2023The death has occurred on Tuesday, October 3, 2023, of Yevgenlla 'Geniia' Kovaleva, Ballinard, Fethard. Our beloved Geniia, came to Ireland from Odessa in April 2021, at the age of 80. She died at her home in Fethard, surrounded by her family. Much loved mother of Olga and Valentina, adored grandmother of Mariia and Anna. She is deeply missed by her sons-in-law Alexey and Alexey. She will be missed by all the friends she made in her short time in Cahir.

Reposing in McCarthy's Funeral Home on Friday, October 6, from 6pm to 7pm. Cremation will take place at the Island Crematorium, Ringaskiddy, Cork on Saturday at 11am. May she rest in peace.
Condolence can be left online by CLICKING HERE

Fethard & Killusty Community Ballroom AGM
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Fethard & Killusty Community Ballroom CLG, Fethard, E91 AH76 will take place on Thursday October 26, 2023 at 8pm. You are cordially invited to attend.

The Agenda for the meeting:

  • Apologies/Record of attendance;
  • Minutes of 2022 Annual General Meeting and matters arising;
  • Chairperson’s Report; Auditors Report;
  • Appointment /Resignation of Directors;
  • Appointment of Auditor;
  • Appointment of Solicitor;
  • Any Other Business.

Please note that each member is entitled to attend and vote at this meeting and is also entitled to appoint a proxy to attend and vote on his/her behalf. A proxy need not be a member of the company.

To be valid, the form of proxy and the power of attorney or other authority (if any) under which it is signed must be with the Company Secretary, not less than 48 hours before the time of the meeting. Completion of the proxy does not preclude a member from subsequently attending and voting at the meeting in person. I look forward to meeting you all, Denis J Fahey, Company Secretary.

Super Sunday for Fethard Athletic Club
Super Sunday for Fethard Athletic Club – County Novice Champions on a historic day for the club.
Super Sunday on October 1, for Fethard Athletic Club – County Novice Champions on a historic day for the club.


All those with a love for cross-country running were so looking forward to the Cross Country Championships in Galbally on Sunday last, October 1, for the first of this year’s county championships – commencing with the novice women and men’s events.

The course was relatively flat, with a little drag over one section and a little muddy in parts but considering the rain that had fallen over the past few weeks, the ground was in very good condition. Great credit must go to Mooreabbey Milers A.C. on setting out the course, to all the volunteers and to the Tipperary County Board for making this such a great event.

Fethard A.C. Ladies  L to R: Edel Roche, Carol Molloy, Marie Carroll and Paula Hendriksen
Fethard A.C. Ladies L to R: Edel Roche, Carol Molloy, Marie Carroll and Paula Hendriksen

For Fethard A.C. it has been many years since we fielded two competitive teams at these championships. First up were the Fethard A.C. women and for many of these athletes it was their first venture on grass and they handled this like pros. They were ably led home by Edel Roche in 5th position just missing out on an individual medal, next home was Paula Hendriksen in 8th position, but who is clearly beginning to reap the benefits of her training. We then had Carol Molloy running strong to finish in 18th. These three ladies combined to secure silver medals for the club and they were well supported by Marie Carroll also making her debut in this event.

Fantastic performances from all four women. Next up it was the Fethard A.C men to take on the course and a very strong pace was set by Clonmel’s Conor O’Flaherty and our own Louis Rice. A clear gap was beginning to emerge between these two athletes and the rest of the field after two laps the Clonmel man made the break. Louis gave everything to bridge the gap and eventually came home a gallant winner of the silver medal.

This was such a terrific performance from Louis who has worked so hard on his fitness and a just reward for his efforts. Next home we had Emmet McNamara making his club debut and putting in an excellent effort to finish 4th. Next we had our most experienced athlete Fintan Rice in 9th position, no stranger to cross country and showing that in abundance today. Our fourth man home in 14th place was James Maher running strongly and ably backed up by John Needham and our club chairman John Hurley – all gave great efforts.

Our scoring four of Louis Rice, Emmet McNamara, Fintan Rice and James Maher combined to win the Tipperary Novice Country Championship 2023, a historic achievement and a huge credit to everyone involved with the club. Our senior athletes are going from strength to strength under our Senior Club coach John Laste who’s no stranger to athletics. After today races, in his presentation of the medals and trophy, County Board Chairman, Owen Fanning, said he felt really proud as a Fethard A.C. member to make the presentation to fellow members on this historic occasion for Fethard A.C. 

POSTPONED – Tidy Towns meeting on Thursday October 5
Please Note – Due to unforeseen circumstances the above meeting had to be POSTPONED until further notice.
Shade loving plant varieties in The Square, selected to provide colour over the summer months, while also being pollinator friendly. These perennials will knit together to forming ground cover.
Shade loving plant varieties in The Square, selected to provide colour over the summer months, while also being pollinator friendly. These perennials will knit together to forming ground cover.

New Volunteers Welcome
New volunteers are most welcome to join our Tidy Towns team, helping make Fethard a better place to live, work and visit. We invite you to come to our next meeting (to be decided) details to follow.

Social Dancing in Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, October 8, to the music of 'Moynihan Brothers 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 8, to the music of 'Moynihan Brothers 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.

Dance Classes every Monday
Dance classes take place at Fethard Ballroom every Monday night from 8.30pm to 10pm. Learn to dance with Declan Roche – Jive, Waltz, Cha Cha, Line Dancing – no partner required. €10 per class or €50 upfront for 6 classes, Further Details contact Declan at 086 028 6289

Died Recently
The late Paddy Cahill who died on October 2, 2023The death has occurred Monday, October 2, 2023, of Patrick (Paddy) Cahill, Barrettstown, Fethard, and formerly of Powerstown, Clonmel. He will be sadly missed by his daughter Geraldine, partner Peggy, relatives, neighbours and friends. May he rest in peace.

Reposing at McCarthy's Funeral Home, Fethard, on Wednesday, October 4, from 6pm to 7pm. Funeral Mass in the Holy Trinity Parish Church, Fethard, on Thursday, October 5, at 11am followed by burial in Powerstown Cemetery. Paddy's Funeral Mass can be watched online at parishchurch.net (currently offline due to damage caused by recent lightening storm).

Messages of condolence can be left online by CLICKING HERE

Fitness Classes at Fethard Ballroom
Fitness classes are starting at Fethard Ballroom – suitable for all fitness levels – must be 18 or older. Please bring mat, water, or hand weights (optional). Cost is €8 per class, commencing on October 3, 2023.

  • Circuits on Tuesdays from 7pm to 8pm
  • Low Impact Aerobics on Thursdays from 10.15am to 11.15am

For more information contact: Bobbi at Tel: 087 2130414

Yoga Classes starting at Fethard Ballroom
‘Lilly O B's Yoga’ – gentle Yoga Classes suitable for beginners – have commenced at Fethard Ballroom from Wednesday, October 25, at 10.30am. The classes continue on Wednesdays and the cost is €12 drop in per class; or a four-week block for €40. To book a place contact Lilly O’Brien Shelly by phone/text at Tel: 087 6331826. Please bring your own yoga mat. Yoga is a spiritual practice that promotes physical and mental wellbeing, and allows you to experience deep state of freedom, peace and self-realisation.

We are Hiring – Assistant Cook
Fethard and District Day Care Centre have a vacancy for an Assistant Cook. This is a permanent weekly 25-hour position. A Level 5 qualification desirable but a good work ethic is more important as full training will be given. Working in a busy kitchen preparing meals for Daycare clients and Meals on Wheels. Successful candidate may be required to run and manage the kitchen during holidays etc. This position requires a full clean driver’s license. Please apply by CV to email: chairperson@fetharddaycare.com on or before Friday, October 13, at 4pm.

'Make Way Day'
Promoting 'Make Way Day' which took place on Friday, September 22, 2023, are Áine Roche, Healthy County Co-Ordinator; and Cllr Ger Darcy, Cathaoirleach Tipperary County Council. 'Make Way Day' is a public awareness event to highlight the needs of people with disabilities in the public spaces we all share. It is led by the Disability Federation of Ireland and is a unique collaboration across Ireland and the voluntary and local government sectors. But most of all it’s about people with disabilities.

Promoting 'Make Way Day' which took place on Friday, September 22, 2023, are Áine Roche, Healthy County Co-Ordinator; and Cllr Ger Darcy, Cathaoirleach Tipperary County Council. 'Make Way Day' is a public awareness event to highlight the needs of people with disabilities in the public spaces we all share. It is led by the Disability Federation of Ireland and is a unique collaboration across Ireland and the voluntary and local government sectors. But most of all it’s about people with disabilities.

Fethard Playschool Annual General Meeting
Fethard Playschool will hold their Annual General Meeting on Monday, October 9, at 8pm in the Playschool. All parents are welcome to attend. 

Spaces available
Fethard Community Playgroup have some afternoon spaces for children aged between 2½ years to 5 years for pre-school. The session starts at 12.30pm and ends at 3.30pm. Free ECCE places for children who will be 3 years old before December 31, 2023. The NCS Scheme is run where parents can avail of a subsidy towards the weekly fee.

Patrician Presentation School 'Fundraising Lotto'
One week to go to our first school lotto draw. Please support us as best as you can by entering our draw by CLICKING HERE


Fethard & Killusty Emigrants Newsletter
Club Secretaries, individuals and organisations are reminded that submissions and photographs for inclusion in this year’s Annual Emigrants’ Newsletter are now invited. Please submit same before October 15, by hand to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard,
Club Secretaries, individuals and organisations are reminded that submissions and photographs for inclusion in this year’s Annual Emigrants’ Newsletter are now invited. Please submit same before October 15, by hand to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard, or by email to: emigrantsnewsletter@gmail.com

Donations to Emigrants' Newsletter

You can also make a secure Credit Card or PayPal donation towards this year's Fethard & Killusty Annual Newsletter at www.fethard.com/donate/
All donations of €10 or more will be acknowledged in this year's issue unless you wish to remain anonymous.

Big Picture Team from The Past ?

'Team from The Past' – Maybe some of our readers will help us identify this team from the past and possible tell us the names of the players and the year it was taken?

Thanks for all our readers who helped with the following names: St. Patrick's Hurling Team 1950s Back L to R: John Holohan, Paddy Gleeson, John Duggan, Des Clancy (Magoury, near Ballyluskey), Gus Butler, Sean O’Connell, Tommy Hennessy, Pierry Cummins, Mickey McGarry, Sam Noonan, Jack Hickey. Front L to R: Jimmy Gleeson, Mickey McGrath, Alfie Moloney Seamus Moloney, Lolo Clancy, Amy Connors, Rody Holohan, and Maurice Lyons.

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 Christmas Party c.1976. We have some names but not all, so if anyone can help us, please do. Please send any comments, photo information, names, to fethardnews@gmail.com

Mikie O'Connell, Coleman, cutting cake at Fethard Senior Citizens Christmas Party
Mikie O'Connell, Coleman, cutting cake at Fethard Senior Citizens Christmas Party

L to R: Bridie Leahy, Bidden Brown, Statia Kenrick, and Mrs Dineen.
L to R: Bridie Leahy, Bidden Brown, Statia Kenrick, and Mrs Dineen.

L to R: Paddy Nagle (Crampscastle), Neddy Coffey, Mikie O'Connell, Coleman, later moved to The Valley.
L to R: Paddy Nagle (Crampscastle), Neddy Coffey, Mikie O'Connell, Coleman, later moved to The Valley.

L to R: Mikie O'Connell, Coleman; his wife Ellen O'Connell (née Ryan); Margaret O'Donnell (Milltown Britton); May Ryan, Loughcopple; and Johnny Cummins, Mockler's Terrace, Fethard.
L to R: Mikie O'Connell, Coleman; his wife Ellen O'Connell (née Ryan); Margaret O'Donnell (Milltown Britton); May Ryan, Loughcopple; and Johnny Cummins, Mockler's Terrace, Fethard.

John Croke has responded with the following information: "The woman 3rd from left is Margaret O'Donnell of Milltown Britton. She was my wife Carmel's grandmother and the mother of Margaret (Peggy) Bowes (RIP). Margaret O'Donnell lived next door to Pollard's in Grangebeg, although in a different townland, parish and diocese to those in Grangebeg!"

Peter O'Connell contacted us from Melbourne, Australia, to tell us that Mikie O'Connell was his father, born on April 20, 1895 on The Green, Fethard, to William Connell and Johanna Gunn. The unidentified female, sitting beside his father, was his mother Ellen Ryan, born on January 5, 1901 in Boolah/Boolagh to Patrick Ryan and Hanora Elward / Aylward.

Tom Myles, Kerry Street
Tom Myles, Kerry Street

L to R: Bro. James Foley, Mrs Olivia Hughes, and Sister Peter.
L to R: Bro. James Foley, Mrs Olivia Hughes, and Sister Peter.

L to R: ?, Mrs. Flynn, Joe Green, and Josie Kenny.
L to R: ?, Mrs. Flynn, Joe Green, and Josie Kenny.

L to R: Dan Evans, John Halpin, and Larry Fahy.
L to R: Dan Evans, John Halpin, and Larry Fahy.

L to R: Phyllis O’Connell, May Maher, and Alice Ryan.
L to R: Phyllis O’Connell, May Maher, and Alice Ryan.

L to R: Jim Ryan, Bill Carroll, and Jacky Aylward.
L to R: Jim Ryan, Bill Carroll, and Jacky Aylward.

L to R: Noreen Cummins, Nellie Fitzgerald, Alice Keane, and Biddy Ryan.
L to R: Noreen Cummins, Nellie Fitzgerald, Alice Keane, and Biddy Ryan.

L to R: Mrs Murray?, Sarah Cashman, ?.
L to R: Mrs Murray?, Sarah Cashman, ?.

Paddy Myles (partly hidden), Philly Kenny, ?, and Maggie Sayers.
Paddy Myles (partly hidden), Philly Kenny, ?, and Maggie Sayers.

Please send any comments, photo information, names or stories, to fethardnews@gmail.com

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