Around the districts: Aghinagh, Boherbue, Cill na Martra and Clondrohid
Aghinagh - Junior A: Aghinagh play Clondrohid at 7.45 at home this Friday the 17th in the Junior A.
Congratulations to Siobhán Kelleher Ballinagree and Ambrose Kennealy Crookstown, who were married in Ballinagree Church last Saturday. Gods Blessings on both of you.
Mushera Platform News
On Sunday, May 19, at the Platform on Mushera mountain, come and dance the evening away to the wonderful music of Tim Joe and Ann from 3 p.m. to 5, 30 p.m. weather looks promising, come and admire the beautiful scenery also.
Ballinagree Community Development are holding a race night in the Ploughman Bar next Friday night, May 17, in aid of the new playground, your support would be greatly appreciated.
First Holy Communion
Rusheen School Children are receiving their First Holy Communion on next Saturday morning at 11 a.m. Have a wonderful day.
Pilgrimage to Lough Derg
There will be a pilgrimage to Lough Derg by Macroom Aghinagh and Kilnamartyra Parishes from Thursday, June 20, to Saturday, June 22, led by Fr John Keane, cost is £100. Mass will be said at Knock Shrine on journey home.
Music in the Laine
Music in the Laine Bar next Saturday night, May 18, is with the Singing Jarvey.
Thought for the week
Every time you pass a church, stop and pay a visit, in case of when you are carried there the Lord might say (Who is it)
Friday night next, May 24 is golden jubilee celebration evening at the Church of the Immaculate Conception.
Local PP Fr Jim Kennelly will celebrate a special Mass at 8 p.m. to honour the occasion assisted by Bishop Raymond Browne and a number of priests who have served in the parish throughout the years plus priests from the parish who serve in other locations throughout Ireland and further afield.
Kiskeam Brass Band will give a recital commencing at 7.15 p.m. while the choir will be joined by former members, some of whom were there on the opening day.
The organising committee, the Pastoral Council under the chairmanship of Ned Vaughan have trawled through old photos etc to try and ensure that anyone who was a part of the building of the new church and those who served in any capacity at the official opening are not forgotten and that they or a representative of their family for those no longer with us are present to join in the celebrations.
Obviously, its not possible to think of everyone, so, if you or a family member played any role on that historic day 50 years ago, you are invited to attend and afterwards to the Pearse Memorial Hall for light refreshments and a chat.
Tell your family members, tell your friends, its a special occasion, don't put your visit back to the centenary event.
The numbers drawn were 7, 16, 17 and 32. Lucky dip €50 Fr Jim Lenihan, Killarney. €20 each Annette Browne, Newmarket; Collette Long, Rathcoole; Eileen O'Shea, Gneeves. Seller's prize Charles Ankettell.
Yoga classes in the Pearse Memorial Hall: Morning session Mondays 6 a.m. to 7 a.m.; Evening classes Thursdays 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Contact Simon at 089 4520187.
First Holy Communion
Boherbue National School children receive their First Holy Communion in the Church of the Immaculate Conception on this Saturday, May 18, at 11 a.m.
The Rosary will be recited at the grotto every Monday during the month of May at 8 p.m.
The annual Mass in Boherbue Cemetery takes place on Friday, June 14.
Boher Junior 'A' footballers continued their winning sequence in the Ducon Cup at Knocknagree on Wednesday evening last scoring a 1-11 to 1-10 win over the home side.
It was a good open lively game with both teams moving the ball fast. Boher had Niall Murphy, again a powerful driving force out of defence and it was pleasing to see John Corkery return after a long lay off through injury to kick over a half dozen handsome second half points.
First: Patsy Breen and Hugh Murphy. Ladies: Betty Biggane and Marie Murphy. Gents: Denis Hickey and Paddy Hartnett, Jackie Moynihan and Donie O'Halloran. Mixed: Dan McLoughlin and Ellen Murphy.
Boherbue Tidy Towns have been very busy working on many projects over the past few months. The Tidy Towns entry form has been completed this week and judging will take place any time from mid June.
We have also joined Litter Challenge organised by Cork County Council. The competition takes place during the following dates: May 13 to May 22; May 27 to June 5; June 10 to June 19.
As mentioned earlier, we are asking all residents to make a special effort to watch out for litter in the streets during the weeks of the challenge. Litter includes paper and cigarette buts etc. The competition applies within the 50km zone. Judging will take place between Monday and Friday during the weeks of the competition.
Cill na Martra
Cura na Mumhan nua
Míle comhghairdeas do Róisín Ní Chorcra, a bhí mar ball de Foireann Mionúirí Chorcaí, a bhuaigh Craobh na Mumhan le déanaí. Bhíodar ró-mhaith do Ciarraí leis an scór 0-19 i gcoinne 1-10.
Sympathy is extended to Christy and Kathleen Leahy, Doire Finín following the death of Batt Leahy, na Millíní, Cúil Aodha. The late Batt, who was born in Doire Finín over 80 years ago, was interred in Reilig Ghobnatan following Requiem Mass in Seipéal Chúil Aodha. He is also bereaved by his wife Nora, his family Siobhán, Mícheál, Síle and Máire and sisters Nora and Eileen. The late Batt was a popular, hard-working and valued member of staff at Lucey's Mills years back. Naomh Gobnait, guidh air.
Corn Uí Mhurchú
Rinne Craobh Lachtaín Naofa de Comhaltas cómh-maith sin ag Fleadh Cheoil Chorcaí le déanaí agus dá bharr sin bronnadh Corn Uí Mhurchú ar an gCraobh. Bhuadar an corn céanna orthu anuraidh.
The first open air dance of 2019 takes place on Mushera Platform on this Sunday, May 19, when Tim Joe and Ann will dancers on the floor from 3 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. Fáilte is fiche roimh cách.
Nuacht lotto 7-5-2019
Níor aimsigh uimhreacha 2, 9, 18 ná 29 aon buaiteoir don phota óir oll-mhór le breis is €13,000 ann ar an Mháirt, 7ú Bealtaine. €100: Nóirin, Jimmy Joey agus Anita Ní Chuana, Cill na Martra. Díoltóir: Diarmuid, c/o Uí Mhurchú. €50: Hannah Ni Dhuinnín, Lios Buí Beag. €20: Seán Ó Sé, Baile Mhic Íre. €20: Áine Ní Chróinín, Cúil Aodha. €20: Jerry agus Gearóid Ó Laoire, Cill Mhichíl.
Battle of Waterloo diorama
The Toy Soldier Factory has been home to the incredible Battle of Waterloo Diorama for some time but sadly it will be returning to Germany at the end of 2019. Don't miss an opportunity to visit before it leaves.
Scoraíocht an Pharóiste
Beidh Scoraíocht an Pharóiste ar siúl anois ar an Déardaoin seo, 16ú Bealtaine i gCois Cille ag 2: 30in. Beidh ceol, amhránaíocht, craic agus neart tae ar fáil, mar sin bí ann gan teip.
April player of the month
Muskerry GAA has nominated our own Nollaig Ó Laoire as April Player of the month following his immense contribution in the game against Éire Óg. The presentation will take place in the Auld Triangle shortly. Míle comhghairdeas Nollaig.
Rinnceoirí Chill na Martra
Bhuaigh Rinnceoirí Chill na Martra Craobh an Chontae ag Fleadh Cheoil Chorcaí le déanaí agus beidh siad ag iomaíocht ag Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan san Inis, Contae an Chláir i mí Iuil. Ta Craobh an Chontae ag Scór na bPáistí buaite acu cheanna. Míle, míle comhghairdeas a pháistí.
All singers, reciters and listeners are welcome at the next Singing Session at the Auld Triangle, Macroom on this Sunday, May 19, around 9 p.m.
Beidh an chéad Ciorcal cainte eile ar siúl ar an Déardaoin, 23ú Bealtaine sa Leabharlann, Maigh Chromtha ag 11: 30rn. Cuirfidh an ceannaire, Nora fáilte is fiche roimh cách.
First Holy Communion
The children from second class in Clondrohid Nat School received their Holy Communion last Saturday. A great parish occasion, and the weather couldn't have been kinder. When the ceremony was over parents, children, teachers, family and friends made their way to the new school where for the first time the Holy Communion breakfast was held in the new school hall, a bit of history. Lovely refreshments were served up by the parents' association. Well done to all who helped out at this event. The second class children form Muinfliuch and Carriganima will receive their Holy Communion this Saturday in Carriganima church. We wish them well.
The Active Retired held their first Bealtaine Festival event last Friday night and it was a great success. Thanks to everybody who travelled to be with them to celebrate in song, story, and music. The talent was limitless. Thanks to all in the group who helped in any way setting up the hall and with the refreshments. A special thank you to Teddy Kelleher, who did an excellent job as M.C. and to Peter Lane, who provided the lovely backdrop and the sound systems the next event for the Active retired is Exercises in hall on Wednesday, May 22, at 10 a.m.
Famine graveyard Mass
This will take place at Carraig a Staighre on Monday night, May 27, at 7 p.m. A very important and commemorative occasion in the parish. Mark in the diary.
The first match of the junior a championship took place last Saturday evening in Inchigeela, when Clondrohid took on Kilmichael. A match where some excellent football was played, a pity to loose by the narrowest of margins. Clondrohid 0-15, Kilmichael 3-7. Best of luck in the next round.
Clondrohid under-16s have played four league games to date. The first game was at home against Ahane Gaels, and in a game they were always in control and won on a scoreline of 3 - 12 to 0-08. Next match was against near neighbours and rivals Cill Na Martra and with a depleted squad due to injuries and holidays we had to battle right to end winning on a scoreline of 4-03 to 3-04. Next match was away to Ibane Gaels in Barryroe and what a performance the players produced, playing attacking controlled football and winning out at the end on a scoreline of 0-05 to 2-18. The last game was against Kilbrittan in Kilbrittan and in poor conditions the team won on a scoreline of 1-08 to 2-12. We are now on top of the league table on full points and the next match will be after the exams. This panel of players are a great bunch to work with, willing to listen and learn from their coaches and give 100 per cent in every match they play.
A sincere Thank You to Con Kelleher, Fionnabha Metal Recycling for his sponsorship of a set of jerseys for the Junior A squad. Con presented team captain Neilus Murphy with the jerseys recently the club wish the team every success and they appreciate the generosity from Con, and wish him continued success in his business.
Results for May 8 - Jackot €4,200. €70 Noreen O'Sullivan, Bantry; €20 Ciara and Ashling Quinn, Clondrohid; €20 Mark Loughrey, Lactify; €20 Margaret Coakley, Inchigeela; €20 Jessica McSweeney, Carrigaphooka.
Daniel Kingston memorial
This 10th annual event takes place on Thursday, June 20, at 8 p.m. All surplus funds are donated to ARC Cork Cancer Support. To date €231,417 has been raised. Please mark it in your diary and on the night come out and walk, jog, run or just enjoy the social event.