THE third meeting of Oíche Ghaeilge Áth Trasna, will be held on Sunday, April 7, at 8pm in Scully's bar. The idea behind the night is to bring people together to speak a little bit of Irish - it's a very laid back group and all levels of Irish are welcome.
We ask that you bring a short story, poem or song as ghaeilge to the next meeting - nothing more than two minutes - just to give everyone a chance to speak a few words.
The IRD Duhallow Breakfast Club operates from 8am to help facilitate parents to get to work on time while knowing their child is in a safe environment and will be dropped to school on time. This service includes transport to Newmarket Girls and Boys School.
The after-schools service operates from 2pm -6pm for children attending Newmarket and Lismire schools. Transport is available from these two schools. A warm nutritious home cooked dinner is provide along with homework support daily.
RESULTS of lotto draw of March 4 held in Hourigan's were numbers drawn 4, 21, 29, and 31. There was no winner of the €13,300 jackpot. Lucky dip winners were €50 - Jackie & Shane; €30 each to Paddy O'Donovan, Timothy Murphy, Marie O'Sullivan and G. Harrington.
U12s to Croker
IT is with great excitement last week that we got picked to play in Croke Park on April 3. We are one of the teams to represent Cork there and an honor to be one of the first Newmarket Football teams to ever play there. A huge thanks to Newmarket GAA who have kindly helped with our travelling cost .
This year's Cul Camp will take place on August 19 -23. This is a very popular event so to secure your place Registration night for this will take place after Easter. Please keep posted for date for this.