Around the Districts
Published 15/09/2015 | 00:00
Results for Wednesday 9th September: winning numbers 2, 11, 14 and 31; no Jackpot winner; eleven Match 3 Winners receive €59 each. Tommy Fallon, C/O Sinead Burke; The Staff, Ard Aoibheann; James Smithers, C/O M Carley; Kathleen Hess, C/O Delores Mooney; Ann, C/O Ann Kirwan; HRH, C/O Ann Kirwan; Aoife Murray, C/O Mary Murray; Delores Reville, C/O Kathleen O'Dowd; Sharon McClannon, C/O Beatrice Roche; Currid Grandchildren, Wellingtonbridge, C/O D Fallon, and Marion Doyle, 9 The Fairways, Mulgannon, C/O Orla Hore.
Jackpot for 16th September is €11,800. Tickets €1.50 each at Clonard Parish Office or from any promoter. Lotto draw takes place every Wednesday night at Clonard Bingo at 8.30 p.m. If you wish to join or be a promoter, please call to Clonard Parish Office to have it arranged.
Children's/Family Mass: The Children's/Family Mass will resume in Clonard Church on Sunday 20th September at 10am. Practice for Children's Liturgy Group will resume on Wednesday 9th September in Clonard Church at 7pm. New members are welcome. Any boy or girl who has completed senior infants is eligible to join.
Christmas Renovation Fund Draw: The kneelers in the main church are in need of repair. The total cost is €15,000. We are holding a draw over the Autumn to meet this cost. 1st Prize-€2,500. 2nd Prize-€1,500. 3rd Prize-€1,000. Tickets €2 each or three for €5 available from the Parish Office or from promoters.
Baptised: We welcome into the Church of Christ: Max Kavanagh; Peter Kevin Tierney, and Ivy Cunningham who were baptised recently.
Lectio Divina: Will resume tonight, Tuesday 15th at 7.30pm. All are welcome.
The Hospice Coffee Morning in Clonard Community Centre is on Thursday 17th September from 10.30am to 12.30pm. All monies raised locally stays locally. Please come along and give your support.
Parenting Course for parents of 9 to 16 year olds on Tuesday nights is starting 13th October in Coolcotts Community Centre. Enquiries to Mary Clancy, Health Promotion & Improvement, Whitemill Industrial Estate, Wexford. Telephone 053 9185784 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Places limited. Closing date is Tuesday 29th September at 5pm.
Wexford ICA Guild
Welcome back ladies and a big Cead Mile Failte to any new members going to join us. Our next meeting is on Thursday 17th September at 7.30pm, up in Coolcotts Community Centre. This month's competition is a pot of blackberry and apple jam. It is for federation and the winner will go forward for the September federation competition in Oylegate on the 29th.
Past Pupils Union
Saint Peter's College Past Pupils Union AGM takes place on Monday 21st September at 7.30pm commencing with mass. The AGM commences at 8pm with refreshments served afterwards. All past pupils are very welcome to attend. Contact NoelBrowne72@gmail.com, 087 9420375 for further details.
A Furniture And Bric-A-Brac Sale in aid of SVdP will take place in Saint Michael's Hall, Thomas Street on Friday 18th September from 10am to 1pm.
Saint Ibar's/Saint Joseph's Boxing Club have resumed training in Saint Joseph's Community Centre on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 7pm. Beginners welcome, must be 9 years of age plus.
Irish dancing classes with the Walsh School Of Irish Dancing have recommences in Clonard Community Centre on Mondays for children and Tuesday nights for Adults. Monday's children's class at 4 to 5.30pm. Tuesday's Adults class 8.30 to 10.00pm. Beginners and Advanced. Enquiries to: Gertrude Walsh on 087 2387806 or 053 23691. E-mail: email@example.com
Holy Family Playschool
While Clonard Playschool has already opened we are still taking bookings for children between the ages of two years and ten months to five years, to attend the playschool for the coming year. There are places available on the ECCE scheme (free year) for those children who are eligible. If you would like to enrol your child please contact the Parish Office on 053 9123672 as soon as possible.
A coffee morning will take place in Sycamore House-Declan's Killurin on Thursday 17th September from 10-1 pm. Proceeds in aid of Hospice Homecare. All support would be greatly appreciated.
Telephone: 053 91 20853. Office hours are Monday to Thursday 9 am to 2 pm.
WINTER HURLING LEAGUE
The O'Brien's Londis Hurling Winter League starts back again next Friday September 18th with our U10s at the hurling wall. This year our 10 year old boys will be playing with boys from neighbouring clubs Taghmon, Ballyhogue and Crossabeg. There will be five mixed teams in what should prove to be several weeks of enjoyable hurling and fun.
Next Sunday morning 20th September, our U12s play their hurling finals in Wexford Park. Our 2nd team play at 9:30am and our 1st team play at 12:30pm. Please support the boys on this exciting occasion.
On Friday evening our U12 camogie team impressed their followers with a skillful and spirited performance in their playoff v Bunclody in Killurin. A high standard of camogie was on show from both sides but our girls pulled away in the second half for a confident win which sees them through to an A final soon. Well done to Emma Dempsey and Lara O Shea who represented club and county with the U14 Wexford squad at the National blitz on Saturday in Dublin.
COISTE NA NÓG
St Patricks Park was the venue Tuesday evening for the Juvenile Co Football Premier Final but our boys met with disappointment as they lost out in extra time to St. Martins. At half time in normal time our boys led by a point 0-03 to 0-02 and in the second half the sides swapped scores aswell as periods of domination to finish at level pegging at the final whistle 7 points apiece. The Martins scored 2 points early on in extra time followed by a goal and then in the closing stages of the game a second goal from the opposition sealed our fate. Hard luck to our 34 boys who gave us some brilliant sporting moments during the year and thanks to the mentors who put in incredible work with both A and B squads. It's a wonderful testament to the club, players and mentors to be able to field two teams in u16 and no doubt this hard work will pay off in the future.
A battling performance from our Minor hurlers saw us overcome a committed Oylegate/ Glenbrien team in Saturday's Premier hurling Semi Final. Our backs fought exceptionally hard to restrict Oylegates dangerous attack and Ciaran in goal was outstanding. Matt from frees and Jack and Fionn from play contributed vital points at key moments. St. Martins await us in the Final in a revisit of last years decider.
Our Junior hurlers played Kilmore on Sunday afternoon in championship quarter final but were pipped at the post by a single point to end their 2015 quest for a Junior hurling title .
It was a comfortable win for our u16 ladies footballers on Friday v Rathgarogue/Cushinstown in the Shield semi final in Killurin and the girls march on to the final on Saturday September 19th in Cushinstown.
The tickets for the camogie club disco for 1st years and up on Friday September 18th are SOLD OUT! Admission is by ticket ONLY!
GUIDES & BRIGINS
Just a reminder that our weekly meetings start back this Wednesday 16th September at the Community Centre in Barntown at 7 pm.
Notices for inclusion in the Glynn/Barntown area notes should be e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively, phone Hillary on 087 2028 065.
A Variety Concert with talent from all over Wexford will be held in Camross Hall on Sunday 27th September at 8pm. Come along and enjoy top class music, song, recitation and of course lots of comedy.
Profit from this event, organised by Camross Hall committee, will go towards the ongoing refurbishment of the hall. Adm. €10 including refreshments.
Dancing at Camross
The October dance will be held on the First Friday, 2nd October with music by Checkers. This will be the group's first visit to Camross since Carmel's return following her serious illness. Come along and give her a Big Camross Welcome. Admission is €8 including The Tea.
gaa club news
Hard luck to our Jun B hurling team who were beaten by Adamstown by 2-11 to 0-10 in the District hurling final over the weekend, they gave a good display but came up against a strong Adamstown team on the night, we had some great wins over the summer and should look forward to next year.
The Lotto Jackpot wasn't won last week, the Jackpot next week will be €8900. There were six match 3 winners: Bridie Martin, Tullycanna; Charlie Doyle, Crandonnell; Ellen Diskin, Sheastown; Aron Neville, Kilderry; Sinead O'Sullivan, Knockbine; Derek Browne, Cullenstown.
This week's fixture sees our Intermediate Footballers play Kilaanerin in the County quarter final in Bellfield at 3pm on next Saturday afternoon.Please come out and support the players.
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U8 played Cloughbawn and Adamstown in part of Horeswood football blitz. U10 played Ballyhouge in Hurling, and had The Glynn/Barntown Local Clubs Winter Hurling League cancelled on Friday evening due to weather but will continue with it over the next 5 weeks.
U12 were unlucky to lose a football match on Wednesday evening by 1 point to Bannow/Ballymitty. They had final of Kilmore tournament cancelled on Sunday morning due to weather.
U14 hurlers made it through to the Division 3 Shield Final with a quality performance, seeing off a shocked St. Anne's on a scoreline 5-11 to 4-05. St. Anne's had brushed aside Taghmon with ease back in May but the lads, who have steadily improved all year, were not for beating this time. They now await the winners of Wygram Gaels and Rosslare, in high spirits. Keep up the hard work lads!
ROANMORE HURLING BLITZ: Our u8s played in the Annual Roanmore Charity Blitz in Waterford on Saturday. Well done to all our little ones who got their first chance to play teams from outside the county. 2 of our U8s hurling teams travelled to Ruan Mhor Charity Blitz in Waterford 12/9/15 where they got to play teams from all over the country and done our club proud and all received their well deserved medals among the teams they played were Inniscarra, Carrick Swan, Moyle Rovers, St Patrick's and Cappoquinn
Also U9s travelled to Roanmore were they played Inniscarra of Cork, Glenmore Waterford and Moyle Rovers Cork. All our players played well with some great goals and defending. All kids and adults had a great day out.
Thanks to Jeanette and Amy for organising a very successful U8 Blitz when a total of 124 girls participated in lovely sunshine in Taghmon. Thanks to the following Clubs -Fethard, Crossabeg/ Ballymurn, St Annes Team A, St Anne's Team B, Glynn/ Barntown, St James for bring along their U 8 Girls.
Thanks to the Refs Clodadh Dee, Jessie Doyle and Brona Murphy. Thanks to Taghmon/Camross Gaa for use of Pitch and to all who helped with BBQ and Shop. We would like to thank Jeanette, Amy, Lisa Marie and Mary for all their help during the year and thanks to all the parents and a special thanks to all the girls, they had a great season.
Hard luck to our U12 Girls were defeated in their Semi-Final v Ballygarrett, thanks to Niall, Michael and Kay for all your work with this great bunch of determined girls.
Best of Luck to the U16 Girls in the Cup Semi-Final v St. James, this is a great achievement for this young team, match is away to St. James in Ramsgrange Pitch Sunday eve. Good Luck Girls.
Our Minor Team Munn Abban Gaels will play Ballyhogue in the Shield Semi-Final at 6.45p.m.in Taghmon Friday eve. Best of luck. Congrats to all our girls on their junior cert results.
Camross Drama Group
Our festival play 'Rainbows is the Boys' by Pauline McGonnigal has so far been accepted by 3 Festivals-Cork 14/11, Gorey 20/11 and Goresbridge 21/11-that will be a busy week for cast and crew! We are finalising our dates for local performances for both 'Rainbows' and 'The Proposal' by Anton Chekhov-watch this space! Next meeting-Wednesday 14th October, 8pm in Caroreigh Old School. New members most welcome
The new season of ICA starts next Wednesday 16th September in the Scout Hall. The demonstration is a talk by members of the RNLI including a slideshow of their work. the demonstration is open to any members of the public who would like to know more about what they do. The talk will start at 8pm. We hope to see you all there.
Family Resource Centre
Personal Development Course €50 for 8 weeks. Exploring the self and building confidence. This program will build self awareness of our needs, values, achievements and our worth. It teaches us to set goals which enable us take charge of our own lives. Starting Thursday 15th October, 10:30am to 12:30pm. Contact the Centre in Joseph Street on 053 9134465 to book your place.
Parents Plus Programme. For parents of teenagers aged 11-16 years starting on Wednesday 14th October for 8 weeks. This programme designed by Parents Plus can help you have a better relationship with your child and give parents the tools to help their child reach their full potential. To book a place on this free course please contact the centre in Joseph Street on 053 9134465.
Homework Club for Secondary School. For first and second year secondary school students. Tuesday and Wednesday evening from 4:15 to 5:45 pm. Participants will get a snack, support to do homework and an activity of their choice. Please contact the Office in Joseph Street to register.