The gloves are on for white collar boxing
Published 14/03/2013 | 05:26
St Patrick's Eve Punch Up - White collar boxing: The moment of truth is nigh.
All of the 25 tables are sold out, and we are now taking reservations for next year. So far we have five confirmed bookings for the 2nd Annual WCB Event, which will take place approximately one year from now. The full list of 20 bouts is now decided and full details will be in the programme, price €5. DVD recordings will be available to order for delivery after 8-10 days, at €10 each.
Under 17 Development Cup Mitchelstown 17 Mallow 7
On Saturday morning Mitchelstown faced Mallow in the U17 development cup at home. The first half ended with neither team on the scoreboard.
The second half started with an attack and John Landers stepping up and calmly put the ball over the black spot to give Mitchelstown a 3 - 0 lead.
Laners landed tow furthe penaltires befrore Mallow scored a try.
Then James Meaney followed up his own grubber kick to score what proved to be the game defining try, and put Mitchelstown ahead 14 - 7.
With the clock starting to run down, another Mallow transgression followed. John Landers landed his fourth penalty to give Mitchelstown victory on a score line of 17 - 7
THE LATE RITA BARRETT
The death occurred on February 28 in London of Margaret (Rita) Barrett (Nee Harrington) formerly of Upper Cork St. Mitchelstown.
The late Rita had been living in London for many years. She was predeceased by her husband William (Ballyarthur) Mitchelstown.
There was a large and represented attendance at the removal on Saturday evening from O'Brien's Funeral Home Mitchelstown to the Parish Church and also at the Requiem Mass and burial on Sunday.
Interment took place to trhe adjoining cemetery. To her sons Kevin, David and Gerald, sister Anna (Timmins) daughters in law Irene and Fiona, grandchildren James, Freya, Johnny, nieces, nephews, grandnephews, grandnieces, relatives and friends we tender our sincere sympathy.
There will be a monster Cookery Demonstration at T.O. Park Knockadea on Wednesday March 20. It is in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation and other charities. Chef on the night will be Frank Moynihan. It start at 8pm.
PARK UNITED F.C. LOTTO
There was no jackpot winner of the top prize $1,450.00. The winning numbers were 2, 7, 15. 17. Three match 3 each received €50.00 as follows - Craig Robinson c/o T Gallagher, Phil Sherlock c/o Davy, Trish Sheedy Croughevoe.
Winner of €25.00 voucher Mary Milward, Mitchelstown.
KNOCKADEA COMMUNITY & SPORTS LOTTO
The numbers drawn were 1, 12 & 22. There was no winner of the €1,300.00
jackpot. Lucky dip winners were €30.00 each to Dave Walsh, Burncourt c/o
Bridie Walsh and Michael McDonnell Kilgarriff Ballylanders c/o Billy O'Callaghan. €20.00 each to Denise Walsh Cork c/o Bridie Walsh and Catherine Lee Labamallogga c/o Tina Carroll.
BALLINDANGAN COMMUNITY LOTTO
The winning numbers were 13, 17, 19 & 23. There was no winner of the jackpot of €2000.00. Consolation prizes €30.00 each to Mary Murphy, Clara Road Millstreet and Cyril Aherne, Ballylough Mitchelstown. €20.00 each to Mary Buckley Castleterry and Eleanor Kearney, Coolquane Leamlara.
KILDORRERY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT LOTTO
The numbers drawn were 1, 14 & 17. There was no jackpot winner. Lucky dip winners of €30.00 each Mary Fitzgibbon, Ballynoe Kildorrery, Roisin Guerin Tankardstown Kildorrery, Martin Hennessy Kildorrery.