A Night With Legends
Fossa GAA invites you to spend a few hours in the company of nineteen of Ireland’s greatest GAA heroes of the past 50 years.
The Night of Legends is on Tuesday, July 5th at the Gleneagle INEC, Killarney, hosted by Billy Keane and Pat Healy. Enjoy an evening of stories, music, song and plenty of craic. For ticket info pls contact James on 086 8151852, Dermot 086 8413190 or any A night with legends committee member. Tickets are €25 each or 12 for €250 also visit Fossa GAA Facebook page for more details!
Fossa Senior Men: County League Round 10 - Fossa 1-12 Castlegregory 0-12 Fossa A’s gained promotion to division 3 of the credit union football county league after a hard-fought game against a resilient Castle side in tough conditions. Leading at half-time 0-06 0-03, Fossa kicked on and led by 7 at one stage before Castlegregory found something late in the second half to make it a fantastic match with the home team eventually winning by 3 pts. A great achievement by the players, Adrian and his management team who have put a lot of hard work in this year. Fossa scorers on the night: Tadgh O’Shea 0-8 Harry Buckley 1-3 Cian O’Shea. 0-1.
Division 6A: Fossa B 1-11 Gneeveguilla B 1-13
Hard luck to our second team in terrible conditions. Fossa goal scorer Eddie Maroney.
Congratulations to the Kerry ladies on reaching the all-Ireland 1/4 final last Saturday especially Fossa’s Erica McGlynn and Anna Clifford. Also, to the senior men who beat Mayo in their 1/4 Final especially Paudie and David Clifford (1-03), up next the duds in two weeks.
Pat Hannon c/o Liebher Eileen Mullen 2 mile school Kathleen Rice Dormin Tom O’Connor cypress cottage Timmy O’Leary 16 O Kelly’s villa. Next weeks jackpot €6,900. Tickets on sale from Foley’s Spar Fossa, The Golden Nugget and usual sellers. Thanks for playing.
The club would like to pass on our sympathy to the family of Richard (Dick) Chute of Ballyackey, Tralee, Co. Kerry. May he rest in peace.
Glanbehy Bridge/South Kerry Greenway
The proposed realignment of the Glanbehy Bridge, close to Glenbeigh National School and the development of the South Kerry Greenway, also nearby, by Kerry County Council, may provide scope to provide a link from the school to the Greenway, allowing pupils to cycle safely on a daily basis to and from their studies. This was advised at a recent meeting of members, by Council officials in reply to a Motion on the subject by local Fianna Fáil Councillor, Michael Cahill.
“Democracy is alive and well in Glenbeigh as can be seen by the fact that I received hand written requests from pupils of Glenbeigh NS, asking me to investigate the possibility of providing such a facility, whereby they could cycle to and from school daily, away from vehicular traffic” stated Councillor Cahill, Deputy Mayor of Kerry and Cathaoirleach of Kenmare Municipal District.
“I have been involved in pressing for both the South Kerry Greenway and the realignment of the Glanbehy Bridge, and now that both projects are proceeding, it is fabulous to see our younger citizens calling for a little modification which will benefit school users for many years to come, both pupils and teachers” said the Rossbeigh based Councillor.
“The Glanbehy Bridge realignment on the N70 will be very welcome to all road-users on the Ring of Kerry as the present structure is narrow and crooked and was built at a time of completely different traffic volumes. Being at the Glenbeigh NS entrance added further safety issues for those entering and exiting, and it was clear that an upgrade had to happen” said Councillor Cahill.
“And now, our young pupils have shown the way with their own innovative take on the project” added Councillor Cahill.
Kerry County Council have raised safety issues at Caragh Bridge on the Ring of Kerry with Transport Infrastructure Ireland’s Safety and Signage Division in response to a motion submitted by local Fianna Fáil Councillor, Michael Cahill.
“Caragh Bridge, on the busy N70 Ring of Kerry route is picturesque but caters for only one lane of traffic at a time. It is served by a sign on either side saying ‘Yield to traffic on the bridge’ which has proved totally inadequate.
There are fast sweeping approaches to both sides of Caragh Bridge, and unsuspecting drivers are practically at the bridge before they realise that they are no longer on a two lane highway” stated the Rossbeigh based Councillor Cahill.
“Everybody appears to be in a hurry these days and many drivers have attempted to get on to the bridge first, which can lead to stand-offs, reversals, vehicle damage and even worse. A warning or traffic light system needs to be considered here, to avoid any further accidents and injuries” said Councillor Cahill.
‘A number of locals have contacted me in regard to this matter and I have witnessed first hand 2 serious roadrage incidents on the bridge’ stated Councillor Cahill.
“The frustration felt by many drivers there could be alleviated if a traffic light system was in place giving everybody equal opportunity” added the Deputy Mayor of Kerry.
Sincere condolences to Mary and the Lucey and Roche families on the death of Dan Joe Lucey. A great supporter of Glenflesk GAA down through the years and was their at every game all over the County. May Dan Joe rest in peace.
Sincere condolences also to Malachy Scannell and the Scannell family on the death of their mother Catherine. Malachy is our excellent caretaker at Glenflesk GAA. May Catherine rest in peace.
The Flesk Fest
Glenflesk GAA presents the Flesk Fest on Saturday July 16th 2022 @ 4pm in The Kerryway Steakhouse & Bar. A fun filled evening of top class entertainment with two exciting bands ‘ All Folk’d Up ‘ & ‘Super Ceili’ fun and games and a delicious barbecue, raffle (win some great prizes) and of course the ever popular Hang Tough Challenge! Please come out and support this great event! Tell your friends and we will make it a night to remember. Admission is only €15. For tickets contact Mary McCarrick 0877750773, Padraig O Sullivan 0870530384 or any Club Officer, tickets also available in the Kerryway on the night. Tickets can now also be purchased online using the link. https://member.clubforce.com/tickets_m.asp?LL_ID=2534
Over the last 3 days over 35 cyclists and support crew, including many Glenflesk club members and the wider community completed the Dawn to Dusk challenge. They climbed and cycled from the Paps in Clonkeen to Knockarea in Sligo for 2 fantastic charities, Ronald McDonald House and The Irish Cancer Society. Congratulations to all on competing the challenge. All donations for these 2 worthy charities can be made using the link below https://www.idonate.ie/DawnToDusk2022
No winner of the Glenflesk Lotto which took place on 13/06/2022 in Glenflesk Hall. Jackpot was €7,800. The numbers drawn were 3, 4, 14, 23. There was no winner. Consolation prizes of €50 each to: 1. John Smith, Lisbabe. 2. John Dan’s Bar, Barradubh (Sellers’ Prize). 3. Pat O’Sullivan, Derrymaclavode, Clonkeen. 4. Helen Crowley, Coachford. Next draw will take place in Glenflesk Hall on 27/06/2022. Jackpot will be €8,000. Thank you to all who support our Lotto and to our sellers.
Athletic Club Lotto
Results Friday June 17th: No winner of our lotto draw Friday 17th June. Numbers drawn were 1, 15, 19, & 21. €50 y/t prize winner Mikey Joe Lenihan Tournonough, €50 to Michael Dineen Clounts. €40 each to Mary O’ Sullivan Stagmount, Denis Donnelly c/o Margaret Hayes & Dan Joe Mcgillicuddy Tournonough. Sellers prize winner Danny O’ Sullivan. Bonus not won, numbers drawn were 6, 12, 22 & 24. Next week’s jackpot €7,000 plus €1,000 bonus.
Lotto 23/06/2022: No winner of our lotto draw 23/06/2022. Numbers drawn were 9, 12, 13 & 14. Sellers prize winner Mairead Carmody, €50 y/t prize to Catherine Dillane Quarry Cross. €50 to D Hickey & B Hickey Knocknagree. €50 to David Fleming (Snr) Gneeveguilla, Mark Coffey Cue Club Killarney & Margaret O’ Connell Gneeveguilla. Bonus not won, numbers drawn were 1, 5, 8 & 19. Next week’s jackpot €7,100 plus €1,000 bonus.
GAA Club Lotto
There was no winner of last week’s lotto numbers drawn were 2,13,14,20. Lucky dip winners were €40 Paddy O Keeffe Ballaugh, €40 Jamie and Jack Brosnan Banard, €30 Marrion Casey Bounard, €30 Denis Lawlor Gullane, €20 Han Doherty Gneeveguilla.
Next week’s jackpot €10,400 thanks for your continued support.
Keel GAA Lotto Draw Monday the 20th of June. Numbers drawn: 13, 16, 26, 32. No winner of the jackpot of €5,800. Lucky dip: €50 John (Seán) Flahive, California and €50 Rory Prendergast, Fybough. The jackpot will be €5,850 for the draw on Monday the 27th of June. Many thanks for all your support this week and thank you to this week’s lotto team for facilitating the draw. You can purchase your tickets for the draw via Clubforce or through the local outlets. Thank you for your continued support of our club lotto.
Kilcummin had strong representation throughout the dancing competition during the first weekend of Fleadh Cheoil Chiarraí. Below outlines the outcome for all involved:
U12 Ladies 1st place & County Champions.
Well done to our second U12 Ladies set who weren’t placed but danced beautifully.
U12 Mixed 1st place & County Champions.
U12 Mixed 2nd place.
15-18 Mixed 2nd place.
15-18 Ladies & Mixed Half set 3rd place
U12-15 Ladies 3rd place
Senior Mixed half set 1st place and County Champions
Over 35’s 1st Place & County Champions
Kilcummin also excelled in the Music & Singing competitions of the second weekend of the Fleadh. Below outlines the outcomes for those involved:
Eoin Foley - Accordion 1st place
Eoin Foley - Melodeon 2nd place
Aisling O Connor - 1st place - Ladies O18 English Singing
Liam Kerrisk - 1st place - 15-18 Melodeon
Michael Healy - Button accordion(12-15) 1st place
Michael Healy - Melodeon (12-15) 1st place
Sean Butler - Button Accordion (12-15) 2nd place
Colleen Angland & Michael Healy - Duets (12-15) 1st place
Seán Fleming - Kerry Comhaltas U15 History Project 1st place
A big congratulations to all the Kilcummin Comhaltas members who participated in Fleadh Cheoil Chiarraí in the Duchas Centre Tralee over the last two weekends. The best of luck to all who go forward to represent Chiarraí in the upcoming Fleadh Cheoil na Mumhan in Newcastlewest, Co. Limerick from 10th - 16th July. Much credit and thanks go to the Moriarty School of Dancing - Mary, John & Adrian who represented Kilcummin CCE and prepared our teams to compete at the highest level. Many thanks to all involved.
Mastergeeha FC lotto
There was no winner on Friday 24th June 2022 of the Jackpot for €5,800. Numbers drawn were 1,21,23,24. Consolation prizes of €50 went to Claire Corcoran, Mileen, Micheal O’Connor, Glounonea, Áine Keneally, Miami, USA, Margaret Brosnan, Mastergeeha.
Next Draw is Friday 1st July 2022, for a Jackpot of €6,000.