Around the districts: Aghinagh, Boherbue, Cill na Martra, Clondrohid, Western Duhallow
Aghinagh: Aghinagh Comhaltas - Sessions begins in Murrays Macroom on Tuesday night October 8th and will continue on the second Tuesday of every Month from 9.45 pm.
GAA Lotto results
There was no jackpot winner of £4450 the numbers drawn were 27 30 40 £50 Peter Burns Massytown £20 Jerry Cotter Kilberrihert£20 Con and Helen @ Helen £20 Paul Lane Rylane£20 J O Connell Ballinamorrive Next weeks draw is in Tigh Ui Laoighaire.
Mission of love to the Homeless
Mission of love to the Homeless will leave from outside Macroom Church on Friday October 4th at 9pm Anybody with Blankets , Duvets or Sleeping Bags to spare can give them to Fr John at 089 7078770 they would be much appreciated.
Ballinagree I.C.A.are starting their meetings in the School after the summer break on next Thursday night at 8.30. New members would be very welcome, Its always a very enjoyable meeting and great craic.
Music in The Laine
Music in The Laine Bar next Saturday night is with The Diamond Sisters.
Boherbue GAA Club wish to sincerely thank Kanturk Co-op Mart for their recent donations as part of their club sponsorship scheme - it was very much appreciated.
The numbers drawn were 18, 27, 28 and 29. Lucky dip €50 Caroline and Kitty, Rathcoole. €20 each Donal Sheahan, Ballyhoulihan; Jerome Casey, Gurteeragh; Paddy O'Connor. Seller's prize John O'Connor.
School tables and chairs, second hand and various sizes, will be on sale at Boherbue NS on this Saturday at 11 a.m. Table cost €10, chairs €5. All donations kindly accepted.
First: G Casey and Noreen O'Connell, Donie O'Mahony and John O'Riordan, Ted and Timmy Murphy. Ladies: Joan Moynihan and Nora Breen. Gents: Jackie Moynihan and Ned O'Mahony. Mixed: Theresa Cashman and Paddy O'Leary.
Boherbue Junior 'A' footballers travel to Kilmurry on this Saturday where they face a daunting challenge when they play St James, the Carbery champions in a county quarter final clash. Throw in is 4.15 p.m.
The St James boys are a tough nut to crack and Boher will have to be at their very best to advance to a semi-final spot. Best of luck, lads.
Then on Sunday, Dromtariffe and Ballydesmond Intermediate teams return to the Patsy O'Sullivan Memorial Park where they resume rivalry in their county quarter final replay.
Boherbue GAA Club extend their gratitude to those who supported their church gate collection on Sunday last. The amount collected was €705.
Cill na Martra
Scoil Réidh na nDoirí
Scríobh iar-scoláire Scoil Réidh na nDoirí, Den Ó Donnchadha dán álainn faoin a laethanta sa scoil beag tuaithe seo. Is féidir roinnt den dan a léamh ar chlár ar falla na scoile faoi láthair ach beidh an seoladh foirmúil ar an Domhnach seo, 6ú Deireadh Fómair tréis Aifreann 9:30rn. Biedh Den féin í láthair agus labhróidh sé faoin dán agus a laethanta scoile. Beidh míle fáilte roimh gach éinne ag an ócáid specialta seo.
Little Sarah Grace O Sullivan, Cill na Martra was baptised recently in the nearby Séipéal Lachtaín Naofa in the presence of her parents, big sister Megan and extended family. Saol fada agus sonas duit,Sarah.
Rinne ár buachaillí fé 12 éacht ar an Domhnach seo chaite nuair a bhuadar ar Naomh Séamus i bPáirc Uí Chuana sa cluiche Leath Cheannais an Sciath. Maith sibh,lads.
A massive €1,820 was raised at the recent Coffee Morning for Marymount and the organisers are truly grateful for all the support on the day. Míle buíochas gach éinne.
Daonscoil an Fhómhair
Gach ádh ar Daonscoil an Fhómhair a bheidh ag bailiú sa Guagán ar an deireadh seachtaine seo, 4ú go 6ú Deireadh Fómhair. Sé an téama ná Amhránaiocht Dhúcasach Mhúscraí agus Tradisiún Béil na Mumhan. Beidh an deireadh seachtaine lán de ceol, filíocht, agallamh beirte agusa lúibíní. Fáilte is fiche roimh gach éinne.
40th Cork Folk Festival
Noel and Mary of local group, Greenshine has written a song to commemerate the 40th Cork Folk Festival and it will be premiered in the famous Spailpín Fánach, South Main Street on this Saturday, October 5th during the annual festival. This festival holds a special place in Mary and Noel=92s lives as they met there over thirty years ago. All folk followers are looking forward to hearing this specially commissioned song.
Cuirfidh an ceannaire, Fionn fáilte is fiche roimh gach éinne le suim sa Ghaeilge ag seisiún ag caint agus ag caidreamh sa Leabharlann, Baile Bhúirne ar an Aoine seo, 4ú Deireadh Fómair ag 10:30rn.
Kilmichael Vintage and Harvest Festival
Our neighbours in Kilmichael are hosting their Annual Vintage and Harvest day on this Sunday, October 6th in Tír Réaltan. Not only will there be vintage vehicles and machinery, there will also be a dog show, a cake sale and lots of surprises. Proceeds will be shared among Co-Action, local hospitals and nine local national schools. Fáilte is fiche roimh cách.
Parish Fun Day
Once again thanks to all who helped to make this first Fun Day a great success. Whether you helped on the day or in the lead up to it, ,sponsored, donated, didn't charge for events, bought tickets or in any way contributed to this event, Clondrohid Community Hall and the parents' association are deeply grateful. Almost €4,300 was raised and this was divided equally between both. The children in the school will benefit from this funding, and all who use the Community Hall will see the improvements which are ongoing there. At the moment part of the roof is being replaced and the heating has also been upgraded. Well done, all.
On Thursday, September 5, the pupils from Muinefliuch NS featured in a picture of the vegetable harvest on 'big week on the farm' on RTÉ1. On Friday the school had a harvest sale of all the vegetables and fruits they had grown up in the garden.
They made a presentation in school to Fr Wickham on Tuesday, September 17. The pupils presented him with a photo book including many great celebrations during his 14 years in the parish. The children also made lovely cards and a prayer. Fr Wickham spoke about his fond memories in the school.
On Thursday, September 19, Colm O'Callaghan, local Eire Óg player, brought the minor and under-20 all-Ireland football cups to the school. The pupils got a chance to ask many questions about training for an all-Ireland. A great day was enjoyed by all.
Clondrohid under-16 team played their near neighbour and great rivals Aghinagh in the semi-final of the championship in Cill na Martra Tuesday evening. Weather conditions were poor but both teams played some great passages of football.
Clondrohid were slow to get up to the tempo of the game as Aghinagh made a bright start and led by one - 02 to two points after 20 minutes but then our boys started to get more into the game scoring some nice points and at half time the score was Clondrohid five points Aghinagh 1-03. After some tough words were spoken at half time Clondrohid started to play with more purpose and aggression and kicked some great points and with some great defending led by two points with a few minutes left in the game.
Aghinagh threw everything into attack, in search of a winning goal but our boys stood up to all the Aghinagh attacks and as the final whistle blew Clondrohid had won on a scoreline of 13 points to 2-05. We are now looking forward to the final against Ahane Gaels venue and date to be confirmed. The players should be very proud of the effort they put in to this game as Aghinagh battled to the final whistle. Thanks to the parents for bringing the boys to the matches and to training and to our supporters and now we start to prepare for the final.
CLONDROHID UNDER-12S played Oliver Plunkett's in a most absorbing game of football in Clondrohid. What a game of football both teams put on for the supporters. Clondrohid started the stronger and scored a point followed by a pair of goals. Plunkett's started to come more into the game as the half went on and Clondrohid depended on some strong defending and good goalkeeping to protect their lead at half time. Clondrohid two goals four points to Plunkett's three points.
The second half was more of the same with our lads pushing hard and scored another goal and two points, but then Plunkett's moved around some of their players which started to pay dividends and they started to pick up the scores to the tune of only being a goal behind in the final couple of minutes. Clondrohid four goals six points to Plunkett's three goals six points, but again the boys showed a massive amount of belief and heart to go straight down the field and rattle the back of the net with the final play of the game to win this cracking game of football five goals six points to Oliver Plunkett's three goals six points.
A massive thanks to all the parents who as always showed great support to our boys. Also, a big thanks to all who brought treats for both teams and served tea and coffee for all parents. Final thanks to Oliver Plunkett's for a great game of football.
Cups visit the schools of the parish
Great excitement at the three local schools last Thursday, September 19, as the all-Ireland and munster under-20 Cup as well as the all-Ireland minor cup were on show. Great to see these Cups at the schools and great for the kids to look up to and see what can be done with hard work, special thank you to Colm O'Callaghan (under-20) Bobby O'Dwyer (under-17) and our own three locals Aidan Kelleher, Paddy and Barry Corkery for their involvement with the intercounty teams.
Results for September 25. €70 Noreen Kelleher Ballinagree; €20 Patricia Lynch Hartnetts Cross, Kate Lyons Scrahanard, Jimmy O'Donoghue Macroom, Daniel O'Mahony Clondrohid.
Gneeveguilla host the annual Eamonn Kelly weekend on this Saturday and Sunday - a great event with something for everyone. Teach Failte will be the venue on Saturday at 11 a.m. for a kids storytelling workshop. On Saturday evening at the same venue it will be a case of 'whatever your having yourself' with a night of storytelling, song and dance which gets under way at 8.15 p.m. On Sunday morning at 11 a.m. there will be a tour of the historical sites in Sliabh Luachra with the bus leaving from the Eamonn Kelly monument.
Admission to all the above is free and no doubt will be extremely enjoyable.
Art classes will resume in Kiskeam Community Centre on Monday next, October 7, from 3.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. Water colours with Bertie Buckley. Beginners welcome. Details from Sheila 087 2624572 or Mary at 087 2738051.
The numbers were 9, 15, 22 and 26. Lucky dip €50 Daniel O'Halloran, Kiskeam. €20 each Donie O'Halloran, do; Tom Joe O'Donoghue, Gneeveguilla; Carol Herlihy, New York. Seller's prize Christy O'Keeffe.
First: Jack McAuliffe and Patsy Breen; Tim and Ted Murphy. Gents: Marty Murphy and T T O'Sullivan. Ladies: Julia Biggane and Helen O'Reilly. Mixed: Ted and Doreen Fitzpatrick, John O'Riordan and Bina Cronin. Spots: Jack Lane and Sheila Mulcahy, Paddy O'Leary and Mick Bradley.
The numbers drawn were 4, 10, 11 and 13. Lucky dip €50 James Sexton, c/o Cronin's Butchers, Kanturk. €20 each Ann Ducey, Rathcoole; Pat Hickey, Carrigaline; Eamonn Guiney, Lisrobin; Nora Gayden c/o Tommy Tucker, Mary T O'Leary, Churchill. This Saturdays jackpot is €3,100.
GROW Community Mental Health will hold its annual church gate collection before all Masses in Boherbue/Kiskeam this weekend. For more information on GROW contact Noreen at 086 1726004.