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Wednesday 24 April 2019

Kilmacanogue Diary

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Colm Mulligan

Confirmation. Congratulations to all 27 pupils in sixth class in Kilmacanogue National School, who made their Confirmation last Friday. Lots of effort and preparation went into the big day and well done to the following.

Denis Breetveld, Abigail Bryan, Ryan Cahill, Ella Cummins, Ella Davies, Ellen Drew, Ocean Duggan, Lainey Farrar, Bobby Free, summer Kavanagh, Finn Kelly, Billy Mansfield, Daniel McMahon, Erika McStay, Clodagh Meehan, Seán Mooney, Daniel Moraghan, Ben Morgan, Alana Murray, Charlie O'Connor, Jacob O'Sullivan, Oran Phillips, Anthony Prendergast, Cian Redden, Dylan Ryan, Eoin Woods and Evan Wylie.

We hope you all had a great day full of memories and enjoy your last couple of months in Kilmacanogue NS.

CFR open evening

Our Kilmacanogue Cardiac First Responders would like to invite anyone interested in learning more about life saving skills from paediatric to adult and the importance of knowing your Eircode (help available) to an open evening this Wednesday (20th) in the Glenview Hotel starting at 8 p.m. The whole message is 'Do You Know Your Eircode' which is vital if contacting emergency services.

Feel free to bring a friend and you can book your place (s) by texting 'OPEN EVENING' to 087 2060383.

Plucks Golf Society

The first outing of Plucks Golf Society was held last Saturday in Powerscourt (West Course) Golf Club. Incoming Captain Greg O'Donnell welcomed the 30+ members to a wet and windy Powerscourt but the conditions certainly did not affect Tom Creavin, who shot a wonderful 38 points to win the outing by three shots. Second was Paul Murphy (35 points) and third was Antony McGrath (35 points). Category One Winner was new member Danny Nolan (34 points), Category two was Brendan Finnerty (33 points) and Category three was won by Shay Quinn (26 points).

The Front Nine winner was Trevor Carr and the back nine prize was won by Paddy Byrne Snr, who said he played in similar conditions in the late 1940s. Two nearest the pin winners in Louis Nally and Paul Murphy and longest drive was hit by Bob O'Donnell. Next outing is in Arklow GC on Saturday, April 13.

The draw for the last 32 of the Singles Match play took place on the night and is as follows: Paddy Byrne Snr v Eddie Byrne, Mark Quinn v Greg O'Donnell, Trevor Carr v Kevin Molloy, Jim Messett v Paul Dunne, Danny Nolan v Cian Bermingham, Mick Holly v Brendan Finnerty, Chris O'Neill v Emmet Kinsella, Bob O'Donnell v Paul Murphy, Gerry Touhy v Colm Griffith, Tom Byrne v Ray Nally, John Lyster v Louis Nally, Anthony McGrath v Liam Finnerty, Graham Tighe v Ed Mulligan, and Robert Moore v Jimmy Davis.

First player drawn has choice of course and all ties must be played by the next outing on April 13.

Diary notes

If you want an item or a photograph of local interest to appear in the Kilmacanogue Diary, please contact Colm Mulligan at 086 8522653 or email colmulligan@eircom.net by midday on Sunday and a reminder that notes are submitted first thing Monday morning. We need original photos only as with copies, the pixels can appear blurred.

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