Around the districts: Boherbue, Cill na Martra, Clondrohid, Kilcorney-Dromtariffe, Western Duhallow
Boherbue: Junior 'B' - In what was a highly entertaining Junior 'B' League contest at Boher on Friday evening last, the local side lost out by the narrowest of margins on a 0-15 to 1-13 scoreline.
Indeed, it was a game that Boher should have won but poor decision making and careless passing cost them dearly.
The highlights were in defence where Michael Murphy was outstanding, the welcome return of Brian Murphy to the fold and the accuracy from both left and right of full forward Denis McCarthy.
The game was sensibly marshalled by Jerry Kelleher, St John's who was making his first visit to the capital.
See sports pages in this paper for full match report.
The numbes were 6, 8, 27 and 31. Lucky dip: €50 Tommy Lovett, Main Street. €20 each: Gertie Casey, Gneeves. Katie and Karl O'Leary, Knocknagree; Charles Ankettell, Gneeves. Seller's prize Dan O'Rahilly.
Boherbue GAA Club scrap collection week commences on Monday next, July 13, and concludes on Saturday, July 20. Waste metal of any type can be dropped at the club grounds or collection can be arranged if necessary. Contact Charles Ankettell 087 7793205 or Con Breen 086 3500054.
The new traditional Indian Yoga Centre is now up and running at the East End and is open Monday to Friday, 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. and 9.45 a.m. to 10.45 a.m. plus 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays. Contact 087 3379121.
First: Marie Murphy and Betty Biggane. Ladies: Gertie Casey and Noreen O'Connell. Gents: Patsy Breen and Hugh Murphy, Christy Duggan and Johnny Kearney. Mixed: Kathleen Guiney and Denis Fitzpatrick.
Cill na Martra
Cill na Martra Abú
Bhí Cill na Martra ró mhaith do Raonaithe Nemo ar an Domhnach seo chaite i Sraith Chorcaí. Míle comhghairdeas lads.
Final singing session
The Singing Session at the Auld Triangle, Macroom will hold its final session on this Sunday, July 14th around 9pm, before taking a summer break. This break makes way for the weekly Trad Sessions in the Castle Hotel, Macroom every Tuesday from July 16th at 10pm. They will continue until end of August.
Nuacht Lotto July 1st
Níor aimsigh uimhreacha 9, 11, 14 ná 22 aon buaiteoir don phota oll-mhór le €15,000 ann ar an Iú Iúil in Ó=92Murchú=92s. €140: Gearóid Mac Suibhne, Ceann Droma. €50: Caoimhín Ó Buachalla, Doireach. €20: Billy Ó Tuama, Ínse Gheimhleach. €20: Clár Ní Airnéada, c/o Breda Uí Chárthaigh. €20: Breandán Mac Coitir, Cill Mhichíl.
Liz Lucey Run
The 10th and final Liz Lucey Run will take place on this Sunday, July 14th in Inchigeela with the profits going to Marymount. This well organised day caters for a wide range of runs, ranging from vintage cars, old tractors, motorcycles, cyclists and walkers. The Inchigeela area is blessed with the most scenic routes, enabling all the runs to take place.
Tractors, vintage cars and motorcycles are invited to register at 11am in the hall. Cyclists undertaking the 75km spin are asked to register at 9am, while the two shorter routes should register at 11am.
Walkers, whether seasoned or beginners, must register in the GAA pitch at 1pm. Refreshments will be served to all on return in the Hall and the monster raffle with exceptional prizes will follow. The day will conclude with a Trad Session in Creedons Hotel from 6pm. All support most welcome. Go dtéigh gach éinne slán.
Corn Thomáis Uí Chríodáin
Beidh an Craobh de Corn Thomáis Uí Chríodáin ar siúl ar an Aoine seo, 12ú Iúil i Maigh Chromtha ag 8in idir Cill na Martra agus Cnoc na Graí. Gach ádh oraibh lads.
The amazing Goldie Chapel at the Nano Nagle centre is becoming a popular venue for smaller concerts and followers of the wonderful Ger Wolfe are looking forward to his performance there on this Friday, July 12th at 8pm. A fortnight later, Réidh na nDoirí=92s Greenshine will take the stage in the same venue on Friday, July 26th also at 8pm.
Beidh Foireann Chill na Martra ag imirt Fánaithe na Claise as baile ar an Domhnach seo, 14ú Iúil ag 2in sa Sraith. Go n-éirí libh lads.
Caroline at Comharchumann Forbartha Mhúscraí is planning Computer Classes for the over 55s shortly and she can be contacted at 083-1915432 for more details.
Summer Stars is a scheme in our Libraries during which children read books and collect stars on their reading card during the school holidays. At the end of August, prizes will be presented to the best readers at the Summer Stars party. Both local libraries are taking part, Leabharlann Baile Bhúirne and Leabharlann Mhaigh Chromtha.
There will be no 9.45 Sunday Mass in Carriganima from Sunday July 28 to Sunday Sept 1 both dates inclusive. Please take note.
Summer Art and Craft Camp
Felicity Kelleher will be holding a 4 day Summer Art and Craft Camp in Clondrohid Community Hall for ages 6 up in August. It will run from August 19 to 23 (no camp Wednesday). She will be doing a variety of arts and crafts using clay and other mediums. The camp will be starting at 11am until 3pm each day. There is only a limited number of spaces available so if you are interested in sending your child contact Felicity on 087-6361893 or 026-44088
Day of the Regions
This is an IRD concept about capturing regional identity and celebrating the essence of life in Duhallow and part of Muskerry, encouraging both locals and visitors alike to take part in the wide range of amenities, clubs, and activities that are present throughout the region. Clondrohid hope to be part of this vision and will host a Family Picnic Day on Sunday Sept 1.The Hall Committee and the Parents Association will jointly run this with as much help as possible from other Communities.
Activities will be for all the family including food, live music and children's entertainment fun 5km run, stalls, bouncy castle and much more. Mark it in your diary and keep it free. More info later.
Cart Bus Carriganima
This bus which is free comes to Clondrohid every Tuesday about 9.50 arriving in Macroom at 10 approx. Back in Clondrohid again around 1pm and on to Carriganima.. It will drop you off in the square and pick you up again. So if you need to do some shopping or meet someone for a chat and a cuppa this is the way to go . For more info contact 085 1752814 or 087 8794128
Congrats to Junior A's who had a decisive win over Donoughmore on a misty Sunday evening in Rusheen. Final score 2-14 to 0-11. Next opponents old rivals Aghinagh . Check locally or face book for venue, date and time.
LOTTO; Results for July 3 Jackpot of €5,600 was won and divided between Denise Lynch Ardnacrusha and Baby Jane c/o Murrays Bar Macroom. Congrats and enjoy. Jackpot of €1000 €70 Jeremy O'Sullivan The Tce., Michael O=92Leary Gurrane, Odhran Horgan Inchigeela, P.J. Buckley Peake Line.
Denis Horgan Social Bowling Blub-Jackie Daly and Liam Casey competitions-Dean Sexton and Ned Kelleher teamed up together to record a double win over Mikie Murphy and Mikie McAuliffe. In the opening score by a bowl of odds and in the second by a bowl of odds. Danny Murphy and Maurice Cashman grasped a last shot win over Paddy O Keeffe and Joanne Murphy. Dean Sexton and Mikie McAuliffe had a last shot win over Mikie Murphy and Joanne Murphy
SYMPATHY - The death occured recently of Peter Buckley of Cicarstown. Well known in the bowling world, he served as North Cork treasurer for several years. He was well respected as a player, playing many championship and tournament scores. He was a finalist in the 1988 North Cork Novice-B Championship and also a finalist in the North Cork 1993 Veteran Championship. A gentleman to his fingertips, he will be sadly missed by his family, neighbours and many friends. May his gentle soul rest in peace.
Another bowler passed away to his eternal reward recently, Dermot Breen of Moureabbey. Popular with everybody that he met on the bowling roads, he followed many a score around North Cork and beyond. He enjoyed the chat about bowling and all that was associated with it. The bowling fraternity would like to extend their deepest sympathies to his family, neighbours and wide circle of friends. May he rest in peace John Cummins Competitions-Danny Murphy-4 points. Ned Kelleher-5 points. Aaron Mackey-3 points. Mikie McAuliffe-5 points. Mikie Murphy-1 point. Donal Cashman-2 points. Eugene O Sullivan-3 points
Denis Horgan bowling club-Jackie Daly and Liam Casey competitions-Dean Sexton and Aaron Mackey had a double win over Eugene O Sullivan and Mikie McAuliffe. In the opening score by a bowl of odds and in the second for the last shot. Ned Kelleher and Joanne Murphy teamed up together to take two wins off Danny Murphy and Maurice Cashman. By a bowl of odds and for the last shot.
Fingers are crossed that the clerk of the weather will look favourably for the staging of the 21st annual Cullen Harvest afternoon, which coincides with our own local patron St Laithiarn's feast day, featuring old time threshing, vintage display of magnificently and lovingly restored tractors, cars and anyone who has vintage machinery are welcome to come along and join in. No doubt this display of machines used in days of yore always creates great interest. The venue is the local GAA grounds.
A new draw this year is a family 5k road run commencing at 12.30 p.m., entry fee €5 or €20 per family. Back also is the very entertaining and popular donkey derby.
There will be the usual side shows - butter making exhibition, children's sports, bouncy castle, pet dog show, face painting, lucky dip, guess the number of logs, raffles for many other valuable prizes. Plus live music from Cullen Pipe Band and Joe Guerin. Refreshments will be served on the day.
Now in its 21st year, this event still draws a huge crowd where people can meet, reminisce and enjoy the days of old in a relaxed atmosphere. Old friendships are renewed and new ones formed at this event. This fundraising afternoon is both enjoyable an vital to the financial standing of the Special Needs Association. All money raised will be distributed to the various groups caring for our Special Friends.
The downturn in the economy has had a substantial impact on organisations and centres, they would not be in a position to deliver the range of quality services without the goodwill and generosity of local communities thus support for fundraising activities are a valuable and vital source of income, in enabling people with intellectual and physical disabilities live fulfilling lives and reach their full potential.
Huge credit must go to our organising committee and fantastic team of local volunteers who work tirelessly to ensure everything will go well. An event like this does not happen without support and help from the many people who give so generously of their time, by sponsoring, attending, helping, stewarding, food preparation, assisting with parking and the media who promote the afternoon, etc, so once again we call on volunteers to get involved, for whatever amount of time that they can help with tasks to make this the best ever afternoon.
The numbers were 2, 16, 17 and 26. Lucky dip €50 Connie O'Sullivan, USA. €20 each Noreen Brosnan, Knocknagree; Frankie O'Sullivan, Lyreaoune; Fitz family, Lackadota; Tim O'Sullivan, c/o Rory; Shaun McSweeney, Knocknagree. This Saturdays jackpot is €14,900.
First: Tim McAuliffe and Jack Sheahan. Ladies: Julia Biggane and Helen O'Reilly. Gents: Tom Noonan and Michael O'Keeffe; Paddy O'Leary and Patsy Breen. Mixed: Noreen O'Connor and Jack McAuliffe. Spots: Ted and Doreen Fitzpatrick; Hugh Murphy and Jack Lane.
Monday, July 15: Gneeveguilla 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 17: Knocknagree 8 p.m.
Knocknagree Church is the venue on Bank Holiday Sunday, August 4, for the music for Marie Concert featuring the three in a row all-Ireland champions, the Shandrum Ceili Band.
This is a fundraiser in aid of Sudden Adult Death Ireland and the drums roll at 8 p.m. Tickets cost €20 and are available from Murphy's Pharmacy in Boherbue. Musicformarie.com or Timmy 087 2624798.
Gneeveguilla AC road race series has just two outings remaining, Ballydesmond on Wednesday, July 17, and Gneeveguilla on July 24 where the series prizegiving ceremony will take place. All ages catered for. Entry fee €5. Distance 5k.
The numbers were 1, 2, 16 and 28. Lucky dip €50 Denis Moynihan, Rathmore. €20 each Aoibhin Corridan, Ballyheigue; Ken Fitzgerald, Buttevant; Brendan Cronin, Kiskeam. Seller's prize Richard Dennehy.