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Accommodation at Peppardstown House Fethard
Peppardstown House is a family owned and occupied country house dating back to the 18th century. The house is located about 6km from the medieval walled town of Fethard and is beautifully situated in the heart of Tipperary horse country with stunning views of the surrounding lush rolling countryside.

Peppardstown House is a family owned and occupied country house dating back to the 18th century. The house is located about 6km from the medieval walled town of Fethard and is beautifully situated in the heart of Tipperary horse country with stunning views of the surrounding lush rolling countryside.  Visit their website for up-to-date information at www.peppardstownhouse.ie  

David and Nicola are also offering a three-bedroom (sleeping up to seven people), self-catering accommodation in a recently renovated part of their home. You can contact Nicola by email: nicolaguiry39@gmail.com or by phone: David: 086 3850726 or Nicola: 086 0762810

Peppardstown House, situated outside Fethard, E91 XW71, is a family-owned estate run by husband and wife team, David & Nicola Guiry. The Guiry family have been resident in Peppardstown for four generations and we moved here with our three children in the summer of 2022 having completed renovation works to the house.

"Set deep in the heart of Fethard, this country House is perfect for tourists. We were only a 60-minute drive from Cork, Shannon, Limerick and Kilkenny."

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, October 12, 2023. The numbers drawn were 11, 15, 17 and 22. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Margaret Prendergast. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, October 19, will be €2,000.

Halloween Draw

We are delighted with the support shown for our Parish Lotto, it is a fundraising initiative that is of great benefit to the parish. Please pass the word on and invite friends and family to take part. You can help in a real, practical way and, who knows, you might also be lucky. I hope that the €2 per line option will allow everybody to contribute.

Work has commenced to repair the parish church organ. This organ was built by Telford circa 1884. There has been little, if any, maintenance on the organ in our lifetime so it is a considerable undertaking to repair it. It is a testament to Goldie and Denise’s ability that any sound has come from it in recent years. We will use some of the proceeds of the parish lotto, offertory collections and donations to complete the repair work. We hope that this organ, when it is fully refurbished, will continue to enhance our masses, funerals and celebrations for many more generations to come.

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

Playball starting at Fethard Town Park
Starting up this Saturday, October 14, at Fethard Town Park is 'PLAYBALL' – a fantastic opportunity for your child to get out and have some fun all in the safe environment.

Starting up this Saturday, October 14, at Fethard Town Park is 'PLAYBALL' – a fantastic opportunity for your child to get out and have some fun all in the safe environment. All places to be booked online and filling up fast. BOOK NOW To avoid disappointment.

Fethard & Killusty Community Council AGM
Fethard & Killusty Community Council will hold their Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, November 7, 2023, at 8pm in the Tirry Community Centre. We would love to see new members getting involved so we ask all to please spread the word to anyone willing to get involved. We cover a wide range of community activities to choose from . . . so do come along!

GAA Sports Development Lotto Results
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Tuesday, October 10, 2023, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 8, 15, 17 and 22. We had no Jackpot winner and three Match 3 winners who received €50: Joe Corbett, Owen Cummins, and Mary O'Dwyer . One Lucky Dip winner received €100: Rebecca Darcy. The next draw takes place on Tuesday, October 17, when the jackpot is €24,200. The funds raised are used to promote sport in the local community.

Historical Society’s Autumn Outing to the birthplace of Nano Nagle
Fethard group photographed at the Ballygriffin, the birthplace of Nano Nagle, founder of the Presentation Sisters, having refreshments on Fethard Historical Society’s Autumn Outing took place on Saturday, September 2, 2023
Fethard group photographed at the Ballygriffin, the birthplace of Nano Nagle, founder of the Presentation Sisters, having refreshments on Fethard Historical Society’s Autumn Outing took place on Saturday, September 2, 2023

The Fethard Historical Society’s Autumn Outing took place on Saturday, September 2, 2023. Morning mist gave way to September sunshine as the group arrived in Ballygriffin, the birthplace of Nano Nagle, founder of the Presentation Sisters. Fethard, of course, had a long connection with the Presentation Order who were present in the town for over one hundred and fifty years. Nano’s ancestral home no longer exists but the lovely stone building in which the sisters now reside was once the coach house on the estate. The centre, located on a thirty-two-acre certified organic farm, facilitates retreats, courses, school programmes, conferences and events. Self-catering accommodation is also available.

Nano Nagle, known as the “Lady of the Lantern,” Nano carried her lantern through the dark streets of Cork City, Ireland, guiding the lost, the sick, the elderly and the marginalised. Risking her own life, she transformed the lives of others by offering hope, love and compassion.
Nano Nagle, known as the “Lady of the Lantern,” Nano carried her lantern through the dark streets of Cork City, Ireland, guiding the lost, the sick, the elderly and the marginalised. Risking her own life, she transformed the lives of others by offering hope, love and compassion.

On arrival, Sr. Mary Quinn and Sr. Lois extended a warm welcome, ushering the group into the dining area where tea and cake awaited. The Society was then offered a number of options to avail of as they wished, including the Heritage Room, the Icon Room and the Cosmic Walk.



The Heritage Room tells the story of Nano Nagle’s life, her work among the poor and the continuing work of the Presentation Sisters at home and abroad. The Icon Room centres on the splendid icon of Nano Nagle by Irish artist, Desmond Kyne, a symbolic synopsis of the the story of Nano’s life and ministry. An audio guide explains the symbolism of each detail in the kinetic stained-glass image which evokes an inspirational story of faith, courage and heroic leadership.
The Cosmic Walk is an innovative self-guided two-kilometre trail which tells the story of the evolution of the universe. The path leads through fields and woodland down to the River Blackwater affording glimpses of the centre’s organic gardens along the way.

The group was also delighted to avail of the opportunity to visit the Farmers Market which takes place every Saturday at Ballygriffin.

Then it was on to the Café Townhouse in Doneraile which proved to be an inspired choice. A leisurely lunch was served in the light-filled upstairs private room where the walls are adorned with unique wallpaper panelling by top European designers such as William Morris and Cole & Son. The food more than lived up to the surroundings, with an extensive choice and excellent service.

Doneraile Court
Doneraile Court was the final destination on the trip. This beautiful house, once home to the St. Leger family, was built in the 1720s and modified extensively in the 19th century. It overlooks Doneraile Park, a four-hundred-acre landscaped parkland and wildlife estate. It was sold to the Land Commission in 1969 and then passed to the care of the Irish Georgian Society. The estate is under the aegis of the Office of Public Works since 1994 and the interior of the house has just been restored to a superb standard. 

An interesting artefact with a definite Fethard connection spotted in Doneraile Court, was a framed selection of 20th century machine-printed wallpaper fragments which came originally from O’Shea’s shop on Burke Street, Fethard – the home of Ned O'Shea – captain of the Tipperary Team that played on Bloody Sunday, November 21, 1920.
An interesting artefact with a definite Fethard connection spotted in Doneraile Court, was a framed selection of 20th century machine-printed wallpaper fragments which came originally from O’Shea’s shop on Burke Street, Fethard – the home of Ned O'Shea – captain of the Tipperary Team that played on Bloody Sunday, November 21, 1920.


The Fethard Historical Society began their visit with a fascinating guided tour of the house. Every room had a story to tell, with Georgian period furniture, interesting architectural features and a wealth of portraits of the St. Leger family and notable historic figures. There were also lots of hunting and racing memorabilia. From every window there were stunning views of the grounds which were laid out in the style of the renowned 18th century landscape gardener Capability Brown.

One of the most interesting rooms is dedicated to Elizabeth Bowen, the 20th century Irish novelist, who lived nearby in the now demolished Bowen’s Court. The room showcases her books, pictures and other personal items including her typewriter. The room beside it is dedicated to the great houses of County Cork which no longer exist, such as Mitchelstown Castle, Bowen’s Court, Ballywalter House, Castle Cooke etc. It is a clever way to preserve a record of Ireland’s built heritage which otherwise could well be lost forever.

Towards the end of the tour, an eagle-eyed Society member spotted an interesting artefact with a definite Fethard connection. It was a framed selection of 20th century machine-printed wallpaper fragments which came originally from O’Shea’s shop on Burke Street.

Following the guided tour, there was ample time to explore the walled gardens which are in varying stages of restoration. Late evening sunshine encouraged the group to relax and enjoy ice cream in the courtyard before heading back to Fethard.

Double Bronze for Fethard Cross-Country Athletes
Competing for Fethard A.C. were L to R: Fintan Rice, Emmet McNamara, Carol Molloy, Louis Rice, Paula Hendriksen, John Hurley, and M.J. Croke.
Competing for Fethard A.C. were L to R: Fintan Rice, Emmet McNamara, Carol Molloy, Louis Rice, Paula Hendriksen, John Hurley, and M.J. Croke.

The County Uneven Ages and Intermediate Cross-Country Championships took place in Moyne on Sunday, October 8, at the Castle Field. The last time this course was used by Moyne for championship cross-country was the NACAI All-Ireland in 1998. The course was challenging over several sections and a little muddy in parts but considering the rain that had fallen the past few weeks, the ground was in very good condition. The sun shone and it was very warm by the time the women’s and men’s race went to the line.

Great credit must go to Moyne A.C. on setting out the course, the landowners for offering this course for cross-country, the volunteers and the Tipperary County Board, along with the guidance of chairperson, Owen Fanning, chairperson, for making this such a great event.  

Competing for Fethard A.C. were Paula Hendriksen, Carol Molloy, Louis Rice, Fintan Rice, John Hurley, Emmet McNamara, and M.J. Croke. After the Juvenile and Junior races finished, the women’s 5km race started with a very competitive field. Paula placed 9th overall with a sprint finish with Marina from Clonmel A.C., which led to a very exciting finish. Both Carol (15th) and Paula acquitted themselves very well considering they are only running cross-country for a few weeks. They both are enjoying their experience of cross country running. 

Fethard's Louis Rice (left) finished 3rd overall to secure his 1st bronze medal in the intermediate section.
Fethard's Louis Rice (left) finished 3rd overall to secure his 1st bronze medal in the intermediate section.

The Fethard A.C. men’s team of Louis Rice (3rd), Emmett McNamara (4th) Fintan Rice (13th) and John Hurley (32rd), secured the 3rd team prize, after a count back. Great running by all which makes this another historic day for the club with our 1st bronze team Intermediate cross-country medal today. Louis Rice finished 3rd overall to secure his 1st bronze medal in intermediate section. With all the hard work been done under senior coach, John, it’s super to come home with another title and silverware for the club. Congratulations to everyone. We may be a small club, but we are moving along nicely.

Thank you to all who took photos and supported the club – Tony, John, Susan, and Teresa, who were all dotted around the course. We also wish a speedy recovery to M.J. who had to withdraw due a minor injury.

Positive Ageing Week at Fethard & District Day Care Centre
Members of Fethard and District Day Care Centre committee photographed at the Positive Ageing Celebrations at  the Convent L to R: Liam Hayes (chairman), Geraldine McCarthy, Mollie Standbridge and Paul Shanahan.
Members of Fethard and District Day Care Centre committee photographed at the Positive Ageing Week celebrations at the Convent L to R: Liam Hayes (chairman), Geraldine McCarthy, Mollie Standbridge and Paul Shanahan.


Positive Ageing was a very busy week celebrated at Fethard & District Day Care Centre. On Monday we had Catherine from ALONE visiting the centre with information on their services available. On Tuesday, Sergeant Brian Slattery visited as part of Positive Ageing Community engagement. He gave helpful home and Internet security advice for all our clients.

Local band 'The Sheehans' who provided entertainment in Holy Trinity Parish Church and in the Convent Chapel (above), for Positive Ageing Week.
Local band 'The Sheehans' who provided entertainment in Holy Trinity Parish Church and in the Convent Chapel (above), for Positive Ageing Week.

Staff members and volunteers at Fethard & District Day Care Centre who helped at the Positive Ageing Week celebrations L to R: Emma Cronin, Mary Morgan, Debbie O’Sullivan, Mary O’Dwyer and Chloe Byrne.
Staff members and volunteers at Fethard & District Day Care Centre who helped at the Positive Ageing Week celebrations L to R: Emma Cronin, Mary Morgan, Debbie O’Sullivan, Mary O’Dwyer and Chloe Byrne.


L to R: Thelma Griffith, Mary Connors and Kay St. John at Positive Age Celebrations in Fethard
L to R: Thelma Griffith, Mary Connors and Kay St. John at Positive Ageing Week celebrations in Fethard

Josie and Gus Fitzgerald at the Positive Age Friendly celebrations
Josie and Gus Fitzgerald at the Positive Ageing Week celebrations


Richie Nevin who had the honour of cutting the cake, supplied by Jane OʼConnor Ryan, at the Positive Ageing Week celebrations held in the Presentation Convent Chapel.
Richie Nevin who had the honour of cutting the cake, supplied by Jane OʼConnor Ryan, at the Positive Ageing Week celebrations held in the Presentation Convent Chapel.


Wednesday was a fantastic day, beginning with Concelebrated Mass in Holy Trinity Parish Church, which including the Anointing of the sick. Mass was followed by refreshments and entertainment supplied in the Convent Chapel. Huge thanks to the Day Care staff and volunteers, who were greatly assisted by members of the Men’s Shed, who helped in setting up the Chapel, decorating and providing refreshments. Music for both the Church and the Convent was provided by The Sheehans, and also the local and very talented Ned Looby Ryan, who played us into the Chapel with some rousing music played on his bagpipes. Thanks also to Jane OʼConnor Ryan who supplied us with a cake for the occasion.

'The Shaughraun' is coming to the Abymill Theatre
The Fionn MacCumhaill Players present, The Shaughraun' by Dion Boucicault at the Abymill Theatre, Fethard, E91 A471, on Friday, November 24 & Saturday, November 25, 2023, at 8pm. Tickets are €20 and can be booked online: www.gr8events.ie/shaughraunabymill

The Fionn MacCumhaill Players present, The Shaughraun' by Dion Boucicault at the Abymill Theatre, Fethard, E91 A471, on Friday, November 24 & Saturday, November 25, 2023, at 8pm. Tickets are €20 and can be booked online: www.gr8events.ie/shaughraunabymill

The Shaughraun is Fionn MacCumhaill Players' twentieth anniversary production and their twenty-fourth play to date. The group will go on tour with this classic Dion Boucicault costume play, to various venues in Tipperary. So be sure not to miss this big cast of twenty – including Tatters the dog!

"The Shaughraun' (set in 1866) is one of those sturdy theatrical vehicles that’s hard to resist. The play has healthy doses of comedy mixed in with the melodrama. There’s also action — fights! a jailbreak! — plenty of romance, a bit of singing and dancing, a dog, plots and counterplots, and characters pulled from the trunk of dramatic types."
– The New York Time
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Fethard Ladies Senior Football County Champions
Fethard 1-15, Brian Borus 3-7

Fethard Ladies Football Team Senior County Champions 2023, for the second year in a row.
Fethard Ladies Football Team Senior County Champions 2023, for the second year.

On Sunday last, October 8, in Treacy Park, Tipperary, Fethard Ladies won back-to-back County Senior Football titles with a comprehensive display of fast free-flowing football, leaving Brian Borus shocked in defeat – their third county final loss in a row.
 
The style of football played by Fethard amounted to 16 scores to 10. Meah Cuddihy at full forward for Fethard scoring 0-4, ably assisted by Muireann O’Connell 0-2, and Kate Davey 0-4 (1F). Brian Borus’ Mairead Morrissey scored 1-1, which kept them in touch.

Their most dangerous player was forced to move to midfield in the second half. Fethard scored a point immediately after every goal scored, as was the class on display by the running of the Spillane sisters, Lucy & Heather. Brian Borus goalie, Patricia Hickey, ended the day as top scorer, 1-2, all from frees. In the first two minutes, Sarah English scored a point, and within five minutes, Shauna Maher was injured, and was replaced by Mairead Morrissey. On the first Fethard attack, Patricia Hickey made a great save from Niamh Hayes in the 8th minute. From the 11th to the 17th minute Fethard scored – without reply – four points from Kate Davey, Meah Cuddihy, Lucy Spillane, and Niamh Hayes.

In the 19th minute, Mairead Morrissey ran at the Fethard defence and scored a fine goal on the counter-attack. Niamh Hayes scored a point from a great pass by Lucy Spillane, then Meah Cuddihy scored a point from play. Brian Borus attacked and scored a great goal by Isobel O’Donnell. On the kick out, Kate Davey finished the movement with a fine point from play, to bring the teams level at: Brian Borus 2-1, to Fethard’s 0-7.

In the 25th minute, a long run by Aine Connolly from wing back, on a ‘one two’, she kicked a great goal. Within a minute, Sarah English scored a point from a free, then Patricia Hickey made a second save from Niamh Hayes, before Muireann O’Connell scored a point from play. In the final attack of the first half, Mairead Morrissey kicked over the bar, when a goal was on, leaving the score: Fethard 1-8, Brian Borus 2-3.

Fethard Ladies Football Team Senior County Champions 2023, for the second year in a row.

On the resumption, Fethard were fastest out of the blocks, with Meah Cuddihy, well placed by Niamh Hayes, scoring a point in the 34th minute. Fethard’s lead was extended with a point from a free by Kate Davey. Within two minutes, Patricia Hickey scored from a free. Fethard very much in control with Megan Coen setting up Muireann O’Connell for a point, and when Lucy Spillane scored the point of the game, from 40 meters out, Fethard were up 1-12 to 2-4 after 45 minutes.

Brian Borus chance improved after they were awarded a penalty – duly put away by Patricia Hickey. On the kick out, Fethard brought the margin back to 3 points, when a great movement was slotted over by Kate Davey.  Fethard still dominating in the next 4 minutes. Meah Cuddihy added 2 points from play, before Patricia Hickey scored a point from a free.

In the last five minutes of the game Brian Borus did their best to close the gap, with points from play from Cliona O Dwyer and Helen Burke when a goal was badly needed. The Fethard defence held out to deny Brian Borus, and on the day, were worthy winners. The County Cup was presented by Michael Towey to Fethard's captain Kate Davey, to tremendous applause from all present with her sister Emily, also captain of the successful Ladies Junior team winning the County Final on Saturday, September 7.

The County Cup was presented by Michael Towey to Fethard's captain Kate Davey, to tremendous applause from all present

We witnessed outstanding displays from Áine Connolly, Emaleigh Cuddihy, Lucy Spillane, Heather Spillane, Niamh Hayes, Megan Coen, Muireann O’Connell, Meah Cuddihy, and Kate Davey. 

After a gallant display from Brian Borus, players that caught the eye were, Patricia Hickey (goalie), Laura Morrissey, Caoimhe Ryan, Maureen Murphy, Aisling Ryan, Sarah English, Isobel O’Donnell and Mairead Morrissey.

Fethard team and scorers: Aoife Morrissey, Carrie Davey, Sinead Delahunty, Alison Connolly, Aine Connolly 1-0, Nell Spillane, Emaleigh Cuddihy, Lucy Spillane 0-2, Heather Spillane, Emily Spillane, Niamh Hayes 0-2, Megan Coen, Muireann O’Connell 0-2, Meah Cuddihy 0-4, and team captain Kate Davey 0-4 (1f). Subs used were: Kate Burke for Sinead Delahunty.

Brian Borus: Patricia Hickey 1-2 (P&2F), Rosaleen O’Gorman, Jennifer Grant, Marie Claire Murphy, Shauna Maher, Laura Morrissey, Helena Walsh, Cliona O’Dwyer 0-1, Alison O’Mahony, Caoimhe Ryan, Maureen Murphy (captain), Aisling Ryan, Isobel O’Donnell 1-0, Helen Burke 0-1, and Sarah English 0-2 (1F).  Subs used: Mairead Morrissey 1-1, for Shauna Maher (Injured). Referee was David Grogan (Aherlow). – (Noel Byrne)

Fethard Junior ‘D’ Ladies County Football Champions
Fethard 3-12, Rockwell Rovers 3-2
On Saturday last, October 7, in Cappawhite, Fethard Junior Ladies started the weekend with a top class display in disposing of Rockwell Rovers, in a second-half display of free-flowing football.

On Saturday last, October 7, in Cappawhite, Fethard Junior Ladies started the weekend with a top class display in disposing of Rockwell Rovers, in a second-half display of free-flowing football.

The game was nicely poised at half-time, after the Fethard trio of Abbi Brown, Jess Gleeson, and Áine Lawrence – ably assisted by Sarah Moore – scored 1-6 and broke the hearts of Rockwell Rovers. Fethard full forward, Faye Lavin, was top scorer on the day with 2-5.

The first half was a tight slow scoring game with Fethard making the running, and picking off their five points: Aine Lawrence 0-2, Katie Ryan 0-1, Jess Gleeson 0-1, and Faye Lavin 0-1 from a free. Any scoring chance Rockwell Rovers had, they went for goal and were denied, with Fethard’s goalie, Sarah Smith, in excellent form between the posts – only beaten in the 24th minute by a penalty – leaving the score at the interval: Fethard 0-5, Rockwell Rovers 1-0. Both teams had five wides during this first half.

After the interval we had an exchange of points from Fethard’s Faye Lavin and Rockwell’s Anna O’Donoghue. In the 33rd minute, Faye Lavin scored a point from a free. Fethard rocked back in the 34th minute when Clodagh O’Gorman – Rockwell Rover’s best player on the day – scored a fine goal to bring the teams level for the first time.

Immediately Fethard were shocked into a reaction that lasted for the next 10 minutes, when they scored 2-4 without reply. A goal from a penalty by Faye Lavin as a result of a missed goal chance; the other a great finish by Jess Gleeson; followed with points from Faye Lavin 0-1F, Abbi Browne 0-2, and Jess Gleeson 0-1. We entered the final quarter on a scoreline: Fethard 2-11, Rockwell Rovers 2-2.  When Fethard got there third goal, a well taken score by Faye Lavin, set up by Jess Gleeson after a great run, we entered the final five minutes where both sides experienced wides. Rockwell Rovers Christine Bourke did score a goal.

Both teams introduced three subs with the Fethard team proving the best, scoring two points before the final whistle, from Faye Lavin and sub, Ciara Spillane, to run out easy winners at the final whistle by Fethard 3-12, to Rockwell Rovers 3-2.

The Cup was presented to Emily Davey by Michael Towey. Fethard had very impressive displays from Sarah Smith, Evie Smith, Sarah Moore, Abbi Browne, Jess Gleeson, Aine Lawrence, and Faye Lavin.  Rockwell Rovers players to impress were Margaret McGrath, Edel Short, Grainne Flynn, Bernie Bergin and Clodagh O’Gorman.

Fethard team: Sarah Smith (vice-captain), Grainne Murray, Aine Ryan, Aoife Harrington, Emily Davey (captain), Aoibheann Collum, Lucy Kenny, Evie Smith, Sarah Moore, Abbi Browne 0-2, Jess Gleeson 1-2, Aine Lawrence 0-2, Katie Ryan 0-1, Faye Lavin 2-5 (1P,4P), and Gillian Fogarty. Subs used were: Lily O’Mahony, Ciara Spillane 0-1, Olivia Ward, Aine Gayson, and Katie O'Dwyer.

Rockwell Rovers team: Kate Hennessy, Laura O'Gorman, Katie Bergin, Grainne Moloney, Niamh Murnane, Margaret McGrath 0-1, Ella Heaney, Edel Short (JC), Grainne Flynn, Anna O Donoghue 0-1, Bernie Bergin (JC), 1-0, Ciara Collins, Clodagh O Gorman 1-0, Christine Bourke 1-0, and Cara Hennessey. Subs used were: Ciara Moloney, Nessa Moloney, and Emily McNamara. – (Noel Byrne)

U19 ‘A’ Football County Semifinal
Fethard 5-12, JK Brackens 1-13
On Sunday last, October 8, in Gortnahoe, Fethard U19 A Football team reached the County Final

On Sunday last, October 8, in Gortnahoe, Fethard U19 A Football team reached the County Final and laid down their stall in the first quarter with excellent display of fast football and scores amassing to, 2-4 to 0-2, with JK Brackens playing catch up from there on. JK Brackens best quarter was the third, scoring 0-4, to Fethard 0-3. When goals were needed, the Fethard defence and goalie Jack Davey, came to the rescue, keeping the only scores to points. Fethard had 4 goals scored before the interval, and were leading by 11 points in a game that was over physical at times. 

Fethard were in control from start to finish. Supporters complained over the size of the pitch the match was played on, while the main pitch was left idle. It was a lovely day for a game of football before a large attendance.

In the first six minutes, Fethard scored 1-2. Matt Coen scored 0-2 (1F), and the goal was a great result from an attacking move, finished by the player who started it, Charlie Hackett. Brackens had a point from play by Jamie Ormonde in the seventh minute, with Brian Quinn adding a point from a free. Fethard took over to the end of the quarter, adding 1-2, a point from Matt Coen from a free, and  a point from play from Mark Neville, followed by a goal from Liam Kiely, who started the counter attack from corner-back, giving Tom Bourke no chance in Bracken’s goal.  The score was 2-4 to 0-2 at the end of 15 minutes.  

We had an exchange of points from Bracken’s Ned Delaney – their best player on the day – and Fethard’s Conor Neville, in the twenty-first minute. Brackens added two points from play, the first from Brian Quinn and the second from Joe Bourke in the twenty-fourth minute. Fethard were awarded a penalty, and Charlie Walsh made no mistake in scoring a goal in the twenty-fifty minute. Brackens added a point from a mark by Ciarán O’Shea in the twenty-sixth minute Fethard added the best goal of the day, when Mark Neville fielded from a free by Charlie Walsh and, before Brackens defence knew where the ball was, blasted it to the back of the net before the short whistle.  Brackens had one more attack that was blasted wide, leaving the score: Fethard 4-5, to JK Brackens 0-4 .

On resumption of the game, Brackens came out with all guns blazing in the first five minutes. They had two wides and two points, the first from Ned Delaney, and the second a free by Brian Quinn. Fethard scored the next two points, the first from play by Sean Moroney, the second a free from Matt Coen.

Brackens fighting hard bounced back in the fortieth minute scoring two points from the boot of Brian Quinn, the second from a free. Fethard added a point from a free by Matt Coen in the forty-fifth minute. Brackens’ Brian Quinn missed a goal chance, saved by Jack Davey, and on the counter attack, Fethard punished with a great Sean Moroney goal that left Fethard 5-9 to 0-10 ahead. This was the story of the second half – missed chances by Brackens.

Joe Bourke added a point in the forty-sixth minute, and on the kick out, Jack Quinlan scored a point for Fethard in the fifty-second minute. A Brian Quinn shot, goal ward bound, hit the crossbar and went over for a point. Fethard’s immediate reply was a point from a free, taken by Matt Coen, again in the fifty-sixth minute. Jamie Ormonde shot at goal was deflected onto the crossbar and over for a point. Brackens Brian Quinn added a point from a free in the fifty-eight minute, with Fethard Matt Coen scoring the final point of the match from a free on the 30 meter line, leaving Fethard to advance to the County Final on a scoreline, Fethard 5-12 to  JK Brackens 1-13.

Best for Fethard were Jack Davey, Liam Kiely, Dara O’Meara, Charlie Hackett, Andrew Connorton, Sean Moroney, Matt Coen, Charlie Walsh, Conor Neville and Mark Neville.
For a gallant JK Brackens, those who caught the eye were: Sean Collier, Ned Delaney, Mikey Delaney, Michael Cahill, Jamie Ormonde, Brian Quinn and Joe Bourke

Fethard team: Jack Davey, M.J. Phelan, Dara O’Meara, Liam Kiely 1-0, Charlie Hackett 1-0, Gavin Neville, Noah Flynn, Jack Quinlan 0-1, Darragh Spillane (captain), Andrew Connorton 0-1, Sean Moroney 1-1, Matt Coen 0-7 (5F), Charlie Walsh 1-0, Conor Neville 0-1, and Mark Neville1-1. Subs used were: Michael O’Meara for Gavin Neville (injured 5 minutes), Shane Lawrence, James Barry and Rory O’Mahony.

JK Brackens team: Tom Bourke, Aiden Prout, Jamie Bergin, Shaun Jordan, Ned Walsh, Sean Collier, James Ryan, Ned Delaney 0-2, Mikey Delaney Capt , Tom Corcoran, Michael Cahill, Jamie Ormonde 0-2, Brian Quinn 1-6 (4F), Ciaran O'Shea 0-1, and Joe Bourke 0-2. Subs used were: Jack Marnell. Referee was Donie Horan (Eire Og Annacarty). –(Noel Byrne)

Social Dancing in Fethard Ballroom
Fethard Ballroom continues its social dancing on Sunday, October 15, to the music of 'Michael Sexton’. 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 15, to the music of 'Michael Sexton’. 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 8pm 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

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.

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 – will commence 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.

Last few days for submissions to 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 due before October 15. 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 who helped with the following names.
St. Patrick's Hurling Team 1950s Back L to R: John Holohan, Paddy Gleeson, John Duggan, ?, 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, Stasia 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

Fethard News
Comments or items for inclusion on this website can be emailed to fethardnews@gmail.com or delivered by hand to Joe Kenny, Rocklow Road, Fethard.

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