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Wednesday 30 July 2014

BALLYMORE/ MAYGLASS

Published 08/01/2013|11:07

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SCOUTS TRIP TO PANTO

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All sections of the scouts and their families will attend the panto on Thursday, Janurary 10th.

For all you scouts out there normal scout meetings have resumes in Tomhaggard social centre.

HAPPY NEW YEAR

The Ballycogley Players would like to take this oppertunity to wish our good and loyal supporters and fellow groups of the county a very Happy New Year. Rehearsals have now resumed on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday in the social centre in Tomhaggard and please note we have an 8pm start time.

GAA LOTTO

The next draw in the St Fintans GAA lotto will take place on Tuesday Janurary 8th. Tickets for the draw are on sale in the local shops/pubs and from club members at €1.50.

The jackpot currently stands at €4,800 and the match three prize of €300 is also up for grabs each week. The following numbers were drawn in the last draw 1,13,18,27 with Catherine Pettit, Pauline Goff and Jimmy Finn sharing in the match three prize.

We thank you for your support and wish you all a very Happy New Year.

BEREAVEMENT

The Ballycogley players would like to sympathize with the family and friends of the late Pat Connaughton, Bunclody. Pat sadly died during the recent past and he will be missed by us all on the drama circuit. May he rest in peace.

CAMOGIE

Following an excellent first season back in 2012 the St Marys Junior camogie club is preparing to take to the pitch again in preparation for the 2013 campaign.

There will be a players meeting on Janurary 18th at 7.30pm in the club house Tagoat to discuss the coming year. All existing players are requested to attend and we would like to extend an invitation to any newcomers who have an interest in playing to come along also. For more information please call or text Sean on 086 8939100.

ALL BLACKS AFC

Both mens teams were in action over the last two Sundays and recorded results to ensure that the club finished 2012 and began 2013 on a winning note.

The mens 2nd team were in league action and overcame Wexford Celtic on a 3-1 scoreline. Despite playing with a strong wind at their backs they found it difficult to break down Celtics rearguard. 'Blacks Keeper Fintan Walsh made an outstanding reflex save from an overhead kick and this inspired his team mates who struck immediately just before half time with 2 goals from Shane Sinnott and Brian Kehoe.

Celtic pulled a goal back and exerted huge pressure for much of the 2nd half but quick thinking on an indirect free kick from Shane Sinnott sealed the points near the end.

The mens 1st team advanced to the 2nd round of the Wexford Cup after an eventfull tie in Mayglass against Shelburne on Sunday last. The away side took an early lead but this was immediately cancelled out when Archie Jones picked out Shane Sinnott with a delightfull through ball and he duly lobbed the 'keeper from 20 yards. Shelburne struck again to lead but David Murphy restored parity when he beat the offside trap to round the 'keeper and slot home.

Murphy cooly slotted home a penalty early in the 2nd half after Darragh Kearns was hauled down and Adrian Murphy powerfully headed home a John Codd free kick to make it 4-2. Shelburne pulled a further goal back but it was'nt enough to deny the 'Blacks from advancing to the next round.

FOOTBALL

St Fintans man Joey Wadding was a member of the Wexford senior football team that suffered a 1-15 to 1-11 defeat at the hands of DIT in an O'Byrne cup game played at Kilanerin on Sunday last. We wish all members of the club involved with County teams during the coming year the best of good luck and to enjoy the experience.

THE MERRY ELF

The Merry Elf Killinick was the place to be over last weekend when local lady Katie Wright who was accompanied by Mark Wright and Ian Day provided customers with an evening of music and song.

Congratulations to this talented trio that brought our Christmas season to a lively conclusion.

CONGRATULATIONS

Congratulations to Conor Mc Guire Coolkeeran Killinick who was conferred with a Bachlelor of Science in Biotechnology at WIT over last weekend.

THRIFT FUND

The parish thrift fund recommenced on Sunday last January 6th after mass in the scout hall, Ballymore.

MASS TIMES

Ballymore Church: Wed morning mass at 9.40am followed by adoration from 10am-11am and adoration also takes place from 7pm-8pm on Wed evening. Tuesday and Thursday evening mass at 7.30pm. Sunday morning mass at 10.30am.

Mayglass Church: mass on Monday and Friday mornings at 9.30am and Saturday evening mass at 7.30pm.

DRESSMAKING CLASSES

Due to popular demand we are running the beginners dressmaking classes again in Bridgetown in Febuary. All you will need is a sewing machine. There will be morning and evening classes depending on demand. We will teach you the basics of sewing and make a small project to start. Cost is €8 per class so booking is essential. Contact Carol 086 3187401 for details.

Following on from last year's beginners class, we are continuing with the advanced class where we will do patternwork, special finishes for the professional look. Cost is €8 per class and early booking is essential for this class. Own sewing machine is required. Contact Carol at 086 3187401 for details.

COISTE NA NOG AGM

Our Ladys Island/ St. Fintan's Coiste na nOg will hold their A.G.M. on Wednesday, January 16th in Our Lady's Island Community Centre at 7.30pm sharp. Parents/ Guardians of all present and future players are requested to attend.

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