Monday 18 December 2017

Community Council reviews the year

The AGM of Mourneabbey Community Council toke place last Monday night. Liam Madden Chairperson opened the meeting with a minutes silence for all those who passed away during the year.

The AGM of Mourneabbey Community Council toke place last Monday night. Liam Madden Chairperson opened the meeting with a minutes silence for all those who passed away during the year.

John Dorgan Secretary read the minutes for the 2011 AGM then John gave his secretary's report for 2012. John is standing down after 4 years and was thanked by all for his fantastic work throughout the years.

Liam then addressed the meeting. He reviewed 2012, complimented the new website and the senior citizens party thanking Esther Cahill in particular for her help here. He also praised Kay Murphy for the floral show which raised funds for it.

He also stated it was great the community centre was now being used so much. Five nights a week it's in use now during the week. The heritage society was praised also and John read a letter from John F O Sullivan about their activities from the year and their plans for 2013. Liam welcomed the new reps Barty and John O Connor.

For 2013 we have a schedule already lined up, we have a good bit of work to do, new hedge needs to be planted and wall built around the community centre.

Clyda Rovers GAA are fencing the second pitch also. We plan to have the annual events we had last year such as school sports and senior citizens party. From the floor a number of ideas were suggested including a notice board for local tradesmen who would do handyman jobs.

The possibility of getting a FAS worker into the parish was suggested. The situation of rubbish in parish, we won't be doing a central clean up this year but every local townland was discussed that they do the work themselves.

The community council may purchase signs to put up in the rubbish black spots. People were urged to look out for their elderly neighbors especially in the diesel stealing that is going on and to take numbers of strange vans and cars that we see around.

Liam Madden then closed the meeting at 9.25 approx. The next meeting will be the full MCC meeting where the election of an executive for 2013 will be completed and the schedule for 2013 finalized.

Clyda Rovers GAA

County Board Draw: After a twelve year break, the Cork GAA Clubs's Draw is being hosted by Clyda Rovers once again, on Feb 28th. All club members and draw members are invited to attend. Venue and time to be confirmed, please consult locally.

Intermediate Footballers

Clyda started off the league campaign in Brinny last Sunday versus Valley Rovers where they lost on a score line 1-7 to 0-9. The first half was a tight affair with Valley Rovers leading 4-3 at half time. Valleys got a great goal in the second half to take a 4 point lead but Clyda battled on and got the game down to a one point game before they ran out of time.

Team: Cian Conway, Roy Willis, Chris Kenny, James Fitzgerald, Sean O Connell, Fionn O Shea, Ollie O Hanlon, Conor O Sullivan (0-3), John O'hanlon, Cian O Sullivan (0-3,1f), Conor Flanagan (0-1), Gavin Carey, Declan Roche, Padraig O'Mullane, Daniel O Callaghan. Subs: Niall O'Mullane (0-1) for Padraig O'Mullane (inj), Sean Ronayne (0-1) for Daniel O Callaghan.

Fixtures: U21 A Football Championship Prem Round - Clyda Rovers Vs Kilshannig in mallow at 3.30pm Saturday Feb 23rd.

Div 2 Football League: Clyda Rovers Vs Araglin in Mourneabbey at 7.45 Friday Feb 22nd.

Lotto results: 15th February 2013 Numbers 9, 12, 18, 32. No Jackpot Winner. Spot Prizes; €50 T J Lyons, Mallow, €30, Colman Walsh, Island, €20, Jerry O'Connell, Island, € 20 Finbarr Jones, Ballyknockin, €20, John Looney, Island. Next Jackpot: €12,500.

Draw takes place on Friday February 22nd 2013 in Railway Bar, Ballinamona.

The Senior and Juvenile club wish both O'Hanlon families the very best in the Scor na nOg all Ireland final this weekend in Derry where they represent the Club, Division, County and province.

Clyda Rovers Juv Club: The clubs would also like to wish the Analeentha NS and Burnfort NS teams the best of luck in the Scór na Paistí finals which are coming up shortly.

U14 League Football: The footballing season began for the juvenile club on Sat 16th February when our U14s travelled to play Ballyhooley in the first round of the Rebel Og North league.

This was a difficult outing for the Clyda boys who were facing an exceptionally strong Ballyhooley side who just missed out on a county title at U13 last year.

On the day Clyda didn't play to their full potential and Ballyhooley won well on a score of 3-07 to 0-05. Clyda's next match is on March 2nd at home to Doneraile with a throw-in time fixed for 3.00pm.

Juvenile Outing: Clyda juvenile club are organising a bus for players to go to see Cork v Donegal in Pairc ui Rinn on 16th March - throw-in at 5pm. Cost is €7 for players to cover bus, food and match.

Bus will cost €5 for adults. Anyone interested in attending should contact Michael Nyhan, club chairman, or Marie Kelly, club secretary, or team mentors before 28th February to book.

Upcoming Juvenile club fixtures: 24/02/13 U16 Football League Clyda Rovers v Croke Rovers in Mourneabbey at 1.00pm

02/03/13 U14 Football League Clyda Rovers v Doneraile in Mourneabbey at 3.00pm.

Mourneabbey ICA

Mourneabbey and Grenagh ICA presents a Cookery demonstration, in association with An Bord Bia and Lucey Butchers, Mallow on the 26th of March in Mourneabbey Community Centre at 8pm. Admission €10.00. All welcome.


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