TV exposure is just desserts for Coachford
Published 09/01/2014 | 05:26
A great crowd of locals and supporters gathered in Breathnachs Bar last Sunday to view the RTE programme "At Your Service" which featured the Coachford Bar.
The programme filmed during the summer of 2013 showed the huge amount of work carried out in the bar to create the beautiful function room.
The programme also featured the new Angling and Boating centre and mentioned the huge potential that the upcoming World Fishing Championships will have on the area.
The TV show was superb and a great vehicle to show off the beautifully clean, tidy and bright village. The show also featured the wonderful Aghinagh Comhtlas and Coachford set dancers. Congratulations to Mary Lynch, Mary Cronin and all the staff at Cronin's Gala and Breathnachs Bar.
Aghabullogue GAA and Camogie Club will hold their medal presentation night on Saturday January 11th in Coachford Community Hall at 7pm. The success and achievements of the underage Camogie and football teams will be celebrated by the club and a great night is assured.
Aghabullogue Point to Point races takes place next Sunday, January 12th from 12 noon. This is a great day out and always has great racing and great craic. The whole community turns out each year to meet up with neighbours and friends and to enjoy the sport of Kings.
Some of the 6th class students from Coachford National School are representing the school in the Young Scientists Exhibition in the RDS in Dublin this week. Their project on 'Allergies' investigates the types of allergies suffered by people, their effects and how they cope with them.
A second project on 'Ageing' was also completed. Both projects will be on view in the school from next week.
All of the Killanardrish/Coachford underage teams are in action this weekend.
The under 13s play Douglas Hall in Carrigadrohid on Saturday at 10.30am.
The Under 12s, 14s and 16s all play on Sunday. The under 12s will face Macroom away at 10.30am. The under 14s will travel to Ballincollig for a 12.15pm kick off.
The under 16s have a home game against Douglas Hall in Carrigadrohid at 10.30am.
In Adult soccer, the Premier team play Innishvilla on Sunday at 10.45am away and the B team play Waterloo on Saturday in Carrigadrohid at 2pm.