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Died Recently
The late Michael Hickey who died on March 13, 2024The death has occurred on Wednesday, March 13, 2024, of Michael Hickey, Gortrua, New Inn, peacefully, after a short illness. Michael is sadly missed by his loving wife Ute, beloved sons Luke and Liam, brothers Ed and Andrew, sisters Genevieve and Rosemary, extended family, relatives, neighbours and friends. Michael was well known in Fethard as a great supporter of Fethard Historical Society events throughout the years since its foundation in 1988. May He Rest In Peace.

Reposing at Devitt's Funeral Home this Friday evening 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Michael’s Cremation will take place privately. No flowers, please. Messages of condolence can be left online for his family by CLICKING HERE

Two exciting Inter-County matches coming to Fethard Town Park – just a short walk from your doorstep! Tipperary v Limerick in the first round of the U20 Football Championship, that takes place at Fethard Town Park on this Friday, March 15, at 7pm, on the all-weather G4 pitch.
Tipperary v Limerick in the first round of the U20 Football Championship, that takes place at Fethard Town Park on this Friday, March 15, at 7pm, on the all-weather G4 pitch. Your support for both games would be very much appreciated.

Tipperary v Monaghan in the sixth round of the Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 2 game, that takes place at Fethard Town Park on this Saturday, March 16, at 2pm, on the all-weather G4 pitch.

Tipperary v Monaghan in the sixth round of the Lidl Ladies National Football League Division 2 game, that takes place at Fethard Town Park on this Saturday, March 16, at 2pm, on the all-weather G4 pitch. Your support for both games would be very much appreciated.

Community Games County Finals – Art & Handwriting
Registration for the Art event is at 2.30pm, with the start at 3.15pm, on March 16, in Thurles CBS Secondary School (E41 HX75). The art topics for u12, u14 and u16 this year are: Solo Singing, Hurdles, X Rugby 7s, Badminton, Hurling, High Jump, Skittles, Rounders, Futsal, and Handwriting. Please bring own paper (max size A3), colours, pencils etc with you. Max time 3 hours

Registration for the Handwriting is 3.30pm to start at 4pm. Please bring stationary. Paper will be provided. Max time 1 hour.

Killusty Pupils ‘Walk for Water’
Pictured above are pupils from Killusty National School on the occasion of their 'Walk for Water' event as part of their application for their Greenschools Water Flag.
Pictured above are pupils from Killusty National School on the occasion of their 'Walk for Water' event as part of their application for their Greenschools Water Flag.

Pupils from Killusty National School organised a ‘Walk for Water’ event to raise awareness of the value of water in all our lives and the plight of people who have to walk miles on a daily basis to carry home heavy amounts of water in many places around the world.

Trocaire’s current Lenten campaign which focuses on these problems in Malawi, Africa, was very beneficial to their research. The pupils in Killusty recognise the importance of using water wisely, reducing waste and learning about water conservation. The event was part of their application for the Greenschools Water flag. Greenschools is Ireland’s leading environmental management and award programme, working with primary and secondary schools across the country. The programme is operated and coordinated by the Environmental Education Unit of An Taisce.

Cash for Clobber fundraiser for Holy Trinity NS
The Holy Trinity National School Parents’ Association have organised a ‘Cash for Clobber’ fundraising initiative for the school. Accepted items mentioned above can be dropped off at school during morning and afternoon collection times on Mondays and Fridays between 9am and 9.30am and 2pm and 3pm., from March 15 to April 29. Drop offs outside these times can be arranged by contacting Tel: 087 6918183.

The Holy Trinity National School Parents’ Association have organised a ‘Cash for Clobber’ fundraising initiative for the school. Accepted items mentioned above can be dropped off at school during morning and afternoon collection times on Mondays and Fridays between 9am and 9.30am and 2pm and 3pm., from March 15 to April 29. Drop offs outside these times can be arranged by contacting Tel: 087 6918183.

Please spread the word to your family, friends and neighbours. Should anyone have bags they would like to donate but have no way of getting them to the school, please contact the number above to make arrangements to collect them.

Remember Fethard U16 girls in the All-Ireland Volleyball Cadets Final 1974?
The Fethard Presentation Convent Cadet volleyball team that beat Eccles Street, Dublin, All Ireland Volleyball Final, played at Ballyphehane, Cork, in 1974: Back L to R: Bernadette Coady (Killenaule), Elizabeth Holohan, Lillian Gorey (Capt), Patty Harrison, Mary Morrissey. Front L to R: Ann Hayes, Catherine Newport, Mary Ahearne, and Josephine Keane (Cloneen).
The Fethard Presentation Convent Cadet volleyball team that beat Eccles Street, Dublin, All Ireland Volleyball Final, played at Ballyphehane, Cork, in 1974: Back L to R: Bernadette Coady (Killenaule), Elizabeth Holohan, Lillian Gorey (Capt), Patty Harrison, Mary Morrissey. Front L to R: Ann Hayes, Catherine Newport, Mary Ahearne, and Josephine Keane (Cloneen).

CLICK HERE to watch a recording from the RTE Archives that features a video from 1974 when Fethard Presentation Volleyball team played rivals Eccles Street, Dublin, in the All-Ireland Cadet Volleyball Final at Ballyphehane, Cork, in 1974. The recording also illustrates the great support for both teams in the girls in the final.

CLICK HERE to watch a recording from the RTE Archives that features a video from 1974 when Fethard Presentation Volleyball team played rivals Eccles Street, Dublin, in the All-Ireland Cadet Volleyball Final at Ballyphehane, Cork, in 1974.

The Cadet All Ireland Volleyball Final was between the U16 teams from Fethard and Eccles Street. In the third set it is Fethard who lead having won the first two sets 15-12 and 15-13. The final took place in front of an enthusiastic crowd at the community centre in Ballyphehane, Cork.

Each volleyball team has six players and a set is won when one side leads by at least two clear points, within a minimum score of 15. If the score reaches 14-14, players continue until it reaches 16-14 or 17-15 or 18-16 and so on.

GAA Sports Development Lotto Results
Fethard GAA Sports Lotto draw results for Tuesday, March 12 2024, are as follows: the numbers drawn were: 6, 15, 22, and 25. We had no Jackpot winner and three Match 3 winners who received €50 each: Josephine Boland, Liz McCormack, and Eimear Carroll. One lucky dip winner received €100: Aoife Walsh.

The next draw takes place on Tuesday, March 19, when the jackpot is €28,600. The committee of Fethard GAA Development Lotto would like to thank all our supporters for the continued support.

Munster Rugby Excellence Camps 2024
There are six Munster Rugby Excellence Camps taking place in June with one taking place at Fethard Town Park from Monday, June 17 to Friday, June 21. These Munster Rugby Excellence camps return for Summer 2024 and places are strictly for those aged from 13-years-old to 16-years-old.
The Excellence camps take place over one week (Boys –
There are six Munster Rugby Excellence Camps taking place in June, with one taking place at Fethard Town Park from Monday, June 17 to Friday, June 21. These Munster Rugby Excellence camps return for this Summer 2024, and places are strictly for those aged from 13-years-old to 16-years-old.

The Excellence camps take place over one week (Boys – Monday through to Friday inclusive), (Girls on Tuesday through to Friday) between 9.30am and 12.30pm. Attendees must be collected at 12.30pm sharp each day.

Players who participate in the Excellence Camp will receive top class coaching from Munster Rugby coaches, while guest speakers will present education modules on athletic development, mental skills and wellbeing, nutrition, and the Munster Rugby player pathway. This will all take place in an enjoyable but challenging environment where players are encouraged to develop their all-round rugby ability.

After booking a place, you will be emailed an information pack outlining all relevant details and procedures for attending your camp. The cost is €130 for boys and €110 for girls with a t-shirt included. The camps will be managed and run by fully accredited IRFU Munster Rugby coaches. All Excellence camp staff have undertaken the National Garda Vetting process required to comply with the IRFU policy regarding recruitment and vetting to work in age-grade rugby.

To book your preferred venue, you will be asked to register with Easy Payments Plus to ensure secure payment. Please CLICK HERE for more details. All bookings must be completed online, and camp numbers are strictly limited. For any other information please email: camps@munsterrugby.ie

Excellence Camps Content

ON-PITCH: Munster Rugby 4 Cornerstones Programme (Catch/Pass – Ball Carry – Tackle – Breakdown), Position-specific coaching.

OFF-PITCH: Athletic Development, Nutrition, Mental Skills and Wellbeing, Rugby Performance.

Area Community Games Results Art & Handwriting
Medallists attending Killusty NS in the Fethard & Killusty Games Art & Handwriting Area event Back L to R: Noreen Sheehy (Area Secretary), Tristan Byrne, Kate Gaule, Adam O’Donnell, Hazel Holohan, Zara Thompson, Imogen Coen. Middle L to R: George O’Flynn, Teegan Power, Gus O’Flynn. Front L to R: Johnny Holohan, Rhys McGrath, Nika Rydenko, and Toby Power.Medallists attending Killusty NS in the Fethard & Killusty Games Art & Handwriting Area event Back L to R: Noreen Sheehy (Area Secretary), Tristan Byrne, Kate Gaule, Adam O’Donnell, Hazel Holohan, Zara Thompson, Imogen Coen. Middle L to R: George O’Flynn, Teegan Power, Gus O’Flynn. Front L to R: Johnny Holohan, Rhys McGrath, Nika Rydenko, and Toby Power.

Art Girls 

  • U8 Tegan Power, Olivia Feery, Brianne Phelan.
  • U10  Hamna Khurran,  Dariia Belam   Sadbh O’Meara
  • U12  Amelia Sheehan  Zara Thompson,  Imogen Coen  Sammy Joe Corcoran
  • U14 Tia Quinlan Lonergan,  Kate Gaule,  Isabel Keating.

Art Boys

  • U10. Gus O’Flynn
  • U12  Adam Ward, James Sheehan, Vinnie Nagle.
  • U14 Tristan Byrne, Ricky Trehy, Adam O’Donnell.

Tiny Tots  (Area event only)

  • Toby Power, Rhys McGrath, Nika Rydenko, Johnny Holohan.

Handwriting Girls

  • U10 Sadbh O’Meara, Dariia Belam, Ayat Khurram
  • U12 Imogen Coen, Niamh O’Rahilly, Hazel Holohan.

Handwriting Boys

  • U10 George O’Flynn,  Gus O’Flynn
  • U12 Sam Walsh, James Sheehan.

Social dancing 31st Anniversary at Fethard Ballroom
Our next Social Dancing at Fethard Ballroom is our special 31st Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, March 17, St. Patrick's Night, to the music of the ‘Checkers’. All are welcome to come along and enjoy us for a terrific night’s Party Atmosphere and social dancing from 8.30pm to 11.30pm. Admission is €10, which includes tea and cakes and raffle. For further information or for booking the Ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420.

Our next Social Dancing at Fethard Ballroom is our special 31st Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, March 17, St. Patrick's Night, to the music of the ‘Checkers’. All are welcome to come along and enjoy us for a terrific night’s Party Atmosphere and social dancing from 8.30pm to 11.30pm. Admission is €10, which includes tea and cakes and raffle. For further information or for booking the Ballroom, contact Eileen Coady, Tel: 086 0776420.

Parish Church Lotto Draw Results
There was no jackpot winner in this week's Parish Lotto on Thursday, February 29, 2024. The numbers drawn were 5, 18, 23 and 24. The winner of the weekly draw for €30 was Mary Healy. Next week's Jackpot for Thursday, March 14, will be €3,175.

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 join, see the draw results, and details of how your support is making a big difference at https://www.ourfundraiser.ie/org/fethardkillusty/

Patrician Presentation Secondary School Student Enterprise Awards
Best Stand Award for Patrician Presentation school student. L to R: Tina Mulhearne, Student Enterprise Co-Ordinator Tipperary County Council; Ian O'Connor (teacher), student James Strang, who won The Best Stand Award, and Cllr Ger Darcy, Cathaoirleach Tipperary County Council.
Best Stand Award for Patrician Presentation school student. L to R: Tina Mulhearne, Student Enterprise Co-Ordinator Tipperary County Council; Ian O'Connor (teacher), student James Strang, who won The Best Stand Award, and Cllr Ger Darcy, Cathaoirleach Tipperary County Council.

James Strang with his 'James Great Eggs’ stand at the Student Enterprise Awards
James Strang with his 'James Great Eggs’ stand at the Student Enterprise Awards

Harry Ryan at his 'H.R. Agri Photograpy’ stand at the Student Enterprise Awards
Harry Ryan photographed at his 'H.R. Agri Photograpy’ stand at the Student Enterprise Awards. Harry was overall winner in Junior Section and has now qualified for the All Ireland finals which take place on May 9, 2024.

Ava Weston and her 'AW Crochet' stand at the Student Enterprise Awards
Ava Weston and her 'AW Crochet' stand at the Student Enterprise Awards

Tadhg O’Dwyer at his 'Tadhg’s Jewellery’ stand at the Student Enterprise Awards
Tadhg O’Dwyer at his 'Tadhg’s Jewellery’ stand at the Student Enterprise Awards

Well done to Patrician Presentation Secondary School's  U15 hurlers who beat Mallow last week to reach the Munster Quarterfinals. Best of luck!
Well done to Patrician Presentation Secondary School's U15 hurlers who bea
t Mallow last week to reach the Munster Quarter-finals. Best of luck!

Rebel Hearts in Cloneen on March 30

Rebel Hearts in Cloneen on March 30

Munster Champions – Patrician Presentation Secondary School's Ladies Senior Football Team
Congratulations to Patrician Presentations Senior Ladies Football team who won the Munster Final against Scoil Pól Kilfinane, on Friday, March 1, 2024.

Congratulations to Patrician Presentations Senior Ladies Football team who won the Munster Final against Scoil Pól Kilfinane, on Friday, March 1, 2024. Captained by our 5th year student Sarah Smith, the girls played superb in very wet and cold conditions. They worked very hard and played brilliant together. Right from the get go, the girls played the ball in and scored 3 goals. There was no stopping the Fethard girls, but Scoil Pól never gave up and fought back in the second half. The final scoreline was 6-06 to 3-06, in favour of Fethard. Well done girls.

'The Henry Girls' perform at the Abymill Theatre


'The Henry Girls' will perform in the Abymill Theatre, Fethard, on Friday, April 19, 2024, starting at 8pm. Tickets are available at www.clonmelworldmusic.com

'These sisters have a sensational talent. The quality of their harmony singing goes beyond mere technique. They possess an unerring ability to blend tone and resonance in a seamless fashion.' - Eamon Carr, The Evening Herald (IRL)

Mná Month events at Cashel Library
Mná Month in Cashel Library - Cashel Library have dedicated the entire month of March to the celebration of women, Roger Kennedy Cathaoirleach of Tipperary County Council launched the Schedule of Events Brochure for Month in Cashel Library on Thursday 22nd “with extreme pride”.  The library will host a series of free Mnásome events over the course of the month, which are available to all person’s regardless of pronoun. There is a very exciting programme of events beginning with an evening with Una Healy, and has something for everyone.  

Our theme ‘A Series of Mnásome Events’ will take a simple back to basics approach, valuing what is really important in life, Mná Month 2023 will be a celebration. All activities are provided free to patrons and equality and diversity are main stays in all of our work. There is something for everyone and booking is essential for all events to 062 63825.

The following events take place in Cashel Library this week for Mná Month – Booking essential to 062 63825 refreshments served at all events.

  • Monday 11th March at 11am                     
    Strong Women Karaoke Sing-a-long with Claire Grant.
  • Tuesday 12th March at 11am                     
    Memory Café  with The Alzheimer’s Society
  • Wednesday 13th March at 7pm                
    Author Visit with Eimear Ryan author of book The Grass Ceiling
  • Friday 15th March at 11am                         
    Lecture on St Patrick & The Patriarchy with Maura Barrett
  • Tuesday 19th March at 6.30pm                 
    Women’s Health and Menopause with Nicola Ryan Menopause Pharmacist
  • Tuesday 26th March at 3pm                       
    Genealogy with Mary Guinan Darmody
  •  Tuesday 26th at 6.15pm                                 
    Movie Night  Shirley Valentine
  • Wednesday 27th March @ 2.30pm         
    Sustainable Jewellery Making with Gillian Tobin
  • Thursday 29th March at 3pm                     
    Circle Dancing with Tracey Tobin – Circle Dance is a gentle healing way to bring mind, body & spirit together. Relieve stress and create energy

– Mise le meas, Maura Barrett, Branch Librarian

Big Picture - St. Patrick's Boys Swimming Certs 1995

This photograph taken on March 31, 1995, shows pupils from St. Patrick’s National School Fethard who completed a ten-week swimming course at Clonmel Swimming Pool. The project was organised by teacher, Miss Denise McGrath, who presented the pupils with their certificates.

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 some old photographs from our archives that were copied or gathered locally, but with little or no information. There may be someone out there with further information that we can add to our files, so if anyone can help us, please do. Please send any comments, photo information, names, to fethardnews@gmail.com

This photo of horse-drawn funeral to a graveyard was acquired and copied in 1986 with no further information or date. Maybe someone would have further information as it appears to have been a notable funeral with the coffin draped with the Irish flag.
This photo of horse-drawn funeral to a graveyard was acquired and copied in 1986 with no further information or date. Maybe someone would have further information as it appears to have been a notable funeral with the coffin draped with the Irish flag.

Photograph of a local hurling team that GAA supporters may be able to locate by some familiar faces.
The Killenaule hurling team who won the South Tipperary Senior Championship by one point in 1953 having drawn twice with Carrick Swan. Back L to R: Mickey Kelly, Michael Kevin, Neddy Cooke, Jim Costigan, Jimmy Fahey, Johnny Hanley, Paddy Hickey, Paddy Foley, Oliver O'Neill trainer). Front L to R: Paddy Sweeney, Dick Butler, Jimmy Ryan, Jimmy Kevin, Tommy Kelly, Jim Fogarty and Paddy Horgan.

Thanks to Tom Drohan (senior) for the information
Photograph taken at the founding of the Fianna Fail branch in Clonmel on October 16, 1926, they were denied access to the chamber and the photo was taken in the Corporation Yard in Clonmel. Tom Drohan (who supplied the information) says his great-grandfather John (Jack) Delaney is in the middle of the back row. Photographed are Back L to R: Mike Kirwan, John Dalton, Michael O Riain, Jack Delaney, Joe Power, Paddy Walsh, Jack Ryan, Andy Fogarty. Front L to R: John Dillon, P.J. Little, Éamon de Valera, John Cronin, Jim Kennedy and Seán T. O Ceallaigh.
Thanks to Tom Drohan (senior) for the information
Photograph taken at the founding of the Fianna Fail branch in Clonmel on October 16, 1926, they were denied access to the chamber and the photo was taken in the Corporation Yard in Clonmel. Tom Drohan (who supplied the information) says his great-grandfather John (Jack) Delaney is in the middle of the back row. Photographed are Back L to R: Mike Kirwan, John Dalton, Michael O Riain, Jack Delaney, Joe Power, Paddy Walsh, Jack Ryan, Andy Fogarty. Front L to R: John Dillon, P.J. Little, Éamon de Valera, John Cronin, Jim Kennedy and Seán T. O Ceallaigh.

Thomas and Alice Danaher (née Dahill), who were married on  April 28, 1920.
Thomas and Alice Danaher (née Dahill), who were married on April 28, 1920.

This could possibly be a combined Fethard and Cloneen football team. Another photograph of the combination team was taken in 1951, when they were beaten 1-5 to 1-4 by Ballingarry in the South Final played at Killenaule. That team mentions the following players: Jim Mullins, Joe Ahearne, John O'Riordan, Charlie Lawless (Cloneen), Timmy O'Riordan, Philly St. John (C), Mick Byrne, Paddy Meagher (C), Teddy Keane (C). Michael McGrath (C), Mick Ryan (C), Mick Fogarty, Jimmy McCarthy, Cly Mullins, Paddy Dalton, M. McCarthy, Rody Holohan (C) and Billy Grant (C).
This photo could possibly be of a combined Fethard and Cloneen football team? Another photograph of the combination team was taken in 1951, when they were beaten 1-5 to 1-4 by Ballingarry in the South Final played at Killenaule. That team mentions the following players: Jim Mullins, Joe Ahearne, John O'Riordan, Charlie Lawless (Cloneen), Timmy O'Riordan, Philly St. John (C), Mick Byrne, Paddy Meagher (C), Teddy Keane (C). Michael McGrath (C), Mick Ryan (C), Mick Fogarty, Jimmy McCarthy, Cly Mullins, Paddy Dalton, M. McCarthy, Rody Holohan (C) and Billy Grant (C).

Wedding Group ?
Wedding group ?

Four children standing in front of an old Ford Car
Four children standing in front of an old Ford Car

Relaxing in the sun?
Relaxing in the sun – Eileen Scanlan Croke has informed us that this photograph was taken out in Rathkenny at McGraths. L to R: Kay McGrath, Madge McGrath, Eddie McGrath and Denis McGrath’s Mum.

Dick McCarthy, Burke Street,  at the seaside with two children.
Dick McCarthy, Burke Street, photographed at the seaside with his two daughters, Marie and Annette.


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