Around the districts: Ballyhea, Boherbue, Cill na Martra, Kilcorney-Dromtariffe, Liscarroll, Western Duhallow
Ballyhea: Lotto - The lotto was held on Monday, May 27, at the Idle Hour. There was no winner of the jackpot of €1,200.
The Numbers were 8, 31, 42. Lucky Dips: €50 to Mikey and Seán Kenny c/o Idle Hour, €30 to Jim Griffin Ardpatrick c/o the Áine Griffin, €20 to Liz O'Keeffe c/o Eamon Dundon, €20 to John Morrissey c/o Mike Morrissey, €20 to Noel Hanley c/o Noel O'Riordan. You can play the lottery online @locallotto.ie and thank you for your continued support.
Those, who received the special envelopes for the school/community hall are kindly asked to return these as soon as possible. The parish wishes to announce that the contract for the building of the School/Parish Hall has been awarded to John Ronan.
The GAA club will host the Kellogg's Cúl Camp from July 15 to July 19. Further details to follow.
If you are interested in becoming a member of our Text Alert Network please phone any of the following people for information and sign up details - Phil Ryan 087 2937465, Pat Daly 086 1220114, James Horgan 087 2572271, Willie Meaney 087 1936842, Con Walsh 086 8570355. The fee for this service is €10 annually.
Local Tidy Town volunteers have been out working around the village for the past few months on both Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings and the fruits of their labour are there to be seen. Huge improvements have taken place but with judging time only just around the corner its now more important than ever that the work continues and have Boherbue looking its best for this year's competition.
Also, Cork County Council have nominated the footpath project from the SuperValu to the cemetery for this year's Pride of Place competition.
Judging here will take place on the morning of Thursday, June 27. It is planned to organise a community get-together that morning and hopefully as many groups as possible will be represented. Further information later.
The annual Cemetery Mass in Boherbue takes place on Friday next, June 14, at 7.30 p.m.
The numbers were 7, 16, 19 and 22. Lucky dip €50 Elizabeth O'Callaghan, McAuliffe Ave. €20 each Mary and Kevin O'Sullivan, Gneeves; Bubbles, Holly Breen, Main Street Seller's prize Charles Ankettell.
The annual parish pilgrimage to Knock takes place on Wednesday, June 26. Contact Philomena at 029 76116 or Maura at 029 76217.
The final get-together of the season at the Music Room in the Pearse Memorial Hall takes place on this Thursday, June 6, at 8 p.m. The presenter will be Pat McCarron from the Bandon Gramophone Circle - all welcome.
On this Saturday, June 8, Boherbue Golf Society play the captain's prize, Johnny Hickey, at Kanturk with tee-times from 1 p.m. to 2.15 p.m. New members welcome. Contact Joe Heffernan, hon sec at 029 76132.
NCBI are doing a clothes collection for Boherbue NS on Monday, June 17. Bags of clothes can be dropped into the school any time during school hours. Support appreciated.
First: John O'Keeffe and Mick Buckley. Ladies: Mary O'Keeffe and Nellie Mai Foley. Gents: Donie O'Halloran and John O'Riordan; Mick O'Connell and Seán O'Callaghan. Mixed: Joan O'Callaghan and Pat Joe Keating.
Cill na Martra
Milk Quality Award
Míle comhghairdeas to Pat and Noreen,Cathair Céirín following their magnificent win in the Dairygold Quality Milk awards. Eighteen farms were nominated throughout the six Dairygold regions and two winners were selected from each region. Along with the Mid Cork award, the Cronin's also won the Inaugural Sustainability Award at a presentation ceremony at the Springfort Hall, Mallow recently. All awards are based on 2018 milk supplied from the 2,000 suppliers of Dairygold. Well done Pat and Noreen.
Scrúdaithe an T-Samhraidh
Gach ádh ar scoláirí, atá ag déanamh Scrúdaithe na Meánteiste agus na h-Ardteiste faoi láthair ar fuaid na tíre. Tá siad inár smaointe na seachtainí seo agus Rath Dé orthu go léir.
103 years young
Parishioners from Cill na Martra at the recent Mass in Carraig na Straighre Famine Graveyard were delighted to meet up with 103 year old Eugene O Riordan, formerly of Cnoc Rua and Macroom. As a member of Macroom Historical Society, Eugene was very active in maintaining Carraig a Straighre over the years.
Bhí Cill na Martra an-mhorálach as Isuelt Ní Ríordáin, Gort an Éadan, a bhí ar an gort i bPáirc Uí Rinn ar an Satharn seo chaite ag an cluiche mór idir Corcaigh agus Luimineach.
Pobal Réidh na nDoirí sympathises with their former múinteoir, Gareth Eklof, whose father died recently. The late Tony Eklof was cremated following Requiem Mass in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Clonakilty. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.
Beidh Cill na Martra ag imirt Cois Céim ar an Domhnach seo ag 2in i gCois Céim. Gach ádh oraibh lads.
The marriage took place recently of Michael O Connell, Cathair Céirín and Sharon Hough, Adare. Saol fada agus sonas daoibh Sharon agus Michael.
Cruinniú na n-Óg
Beidh Cruinniú na n-Óg á ceiliúradh ar an Satharn, 15ú Meitheamh agus beidh Ann Burns sa Leabharlann, Baile Bhúirne i bhfeighil seisiún potadóireachta agus griangrafadóireachta do páistí idir 9 agus 12. Ghlaoigh ar 45767 chun áit a fháil sa seisiún.
A Penticost Vigil of Prayer will take place in St. Colman's Church, Macroom on this Saturday, June 8th from 10pm to 1am. Fáilte roimh cách.
Beidh Cill na Martra fé 12 ag imirt Ilen Óg ar an Domhnach seo ag meán-lae i bPáirc Uí Chuana. Go n-éirí libh lads.
St Colman's Cemetery
Relatives of those interred in St. Colman's Cemetery, Macroom should note that the Annual Mass in the cemetery is planned for Friday, June 14th at 7:30pm. It is advised to travel early, as huge numbers attend each year.
Tá míle fáilte roimh aon duine le suim sa Ghaeilge ag Labhair Linn sa Leabharlann, Baile Bhúirne ar an Aoine seo, 7ú Meitheamh ag 10:30rn.
Mass will be celebrated at 7.30pm in the following cemeteries over the coming weeks. Kilcorney June 7th, Banteer June 14th, Old Kilcorney June 21st and Clonmeen June 24th. Please note time.
Denis Horgan Bowling Club-Jackie Daly and Liam Casey Competitions- Mikie Mc Auliffe and Keven Flynn had a bowl of odds to spare over Ned Kelleher and Joanne Murphy. Danny Murphy and Maurice Cashman and Mikie McAuliffe had a last shot over Aaron Mackey and Keven Flynn and Joanne Murphy. Ned Kelleher and Mickie McAuliffe recorded a bowl of odds win over Aaron Mackey and Keven Flynn. Aaron Mackey and Keven Flynn and Joanne Murphy put their names up on the leader board with a last shot win over Danny Murphy and Maurice Cashman and Mike McAuliffe. John Cummins Competitions-Danny Murphy-4 points. Ned Kelleher-4 points. Aaron Mackey-2 points. Mikie McAuliffe-2 point. Mikie Murphy-1 point, Donal Cashman 2 points.
Last weekend was another busy one for our athletes. On Saturday the all-Ireland Secondary Schools Championships were held at Tullamore. Aoife O'Sullivan had a very successful day, winning the high jump with a fantastic 1.65m jump. Joe Ivory also competed unsuccessfully in the javelin event. On Sunday, the Cork City Marathon at which some of our local adults competed. Monday, the Bank Holiday, was Lisgriffin Sports Day. Some athletes from Liscarroll school competed with the following results.
Tiny Tots: Lean O'Connor. Under 5: Colleen Whelan, third 60m.Under 6: Aisling O'Toole, first 60m. Under-eight: Clara Whelan, first 60m. Emma O'Connell, fourth 60m. Under-10: Kate O'Connor, third 60m. John Walsh, second 60m. Second 400m. Married Men: Daryl O'Toole, first 100m. Married Women: Sarah O'Toole, first 100m. Relay under-eight: Third, Clodagh O'Shea, Siuin Fleming, Lucy O'Connor and Aisling O'Toole.
BEREAVEMENTS - The sympathy of officers and members of the club is extended to John Mullane and family on the death of his wife Ellen (Nell) who died recently.
Also to the Murphy family, John, Eily, whose sister Mary McGrath died last week.
May they rest in peace.
2019 FIXTURES - Saturday, June 8; Doneraile AC 10 K.
Saturday, June 8; Munster under-12 to under-19 Championships Day one. At Templemore.
Sunday, June 9;Munster Junior, senior. Under-23 and Masters at Templemore
Saturday, June 15; Munster under-12 to under-19 Championships Day two at Castleisland.
Sunday, June 16; Munster under-12 to under-19 Championships at Castleisland.
Saturday, June 22; Banteer Open Sports.
Sunday, June 23;all-Ireland Juvenile Combined Events at Tullamore.
Saturday, June 29; all-Ireland under-nine, 10, 11 Team x two Events and some under-12 and under-13 events at Tullamore
Sunday, June 30: Munster Juvenile B and Juvenile Combined Events at Ennis.
Wednesday, July 3; Dromcollogher Open Sports.
Saturday, July 6; all-Ireland Junior and under-23 Championships at Tullamore
Sunday, July 7; all-Ireland Juvenile Championships Day one. At Tullamore.
Saturday, July 13; all-Ireland Juvenile Championships Day two. At Tullamore.
Sunday, July 14; all-Ireland Juvenile Championships Day three. At Tullamore.
Sunday, July 21: all-Ireland Juvenile' B 'Championships at Tullamore.
CLUB EVENTS FOR 2019 - Sunday, August 11; Liscarroll AC annual Open Sports at 1 p.m.
Fri. August 16 ; Liscarroll AC 'Tom Fitzpatrick Memorial' 10km plus 5km Road races.
Friday, August 23; Churchtown Road Runners five mile.
Feis Laitiarian in Cullen, one of the oldest annual events nationwide takes place on this Sunday, June 9, with proceedings getting under way at midday. Competitions include ceol, amhránaíocht, agus teangan. The sports commence at 3 p.m. with the live entertainment following at approximately 3.30 p.m. This will include music, dancing and singing with many champions taking to the stage. Its always a great family day out, go along and enjoy it.
The numbers were 6, 19, 21 and 29. Lucky dip €50 Mike Doyle, Knocknagree. €20 each Jack and Sinéad O'Leary, Knocknenough; Marie O'Leary, Kiskeam; Marie Casey, The Why Not. Seller's prize Richard Dennehy.
The annual Cemetery Mass in Kiskeam takes place on Monday, June 17, at 7.30 p.m. The Cullen Cemetery Mass is on Thursday, June 20, at 7.30 p.m.
On Saturday night last 'Red was the Colour' in Billy Murphy's Bar in Boherbue where the Duhallow Reds, the Liverpool supporters branch which covers a wide area, gathered in big numbers to watch the Champions League final on the big screen.
They were there from all age groups - some pensioners even proud to wear the official kit.Others watched on in amazement, some saying what's the world coming to at all as they watched the group celebrate as if it was there last day at school. Yes, their childhood days came out in them once more and they enjoyed the celebrations. And I suppose after a long season where they were extremely unlucky not to claim a league title they were entitled to their magic moment.