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Sunday 22 October 2017

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GAA LOTTO. The St Fintan's GAA lotto now stands at €12,000 and tickets can be purchased in the local shops and from club members at a cost of €1.50.

There is also a match three prize of €300 up for grabs each week and Trish Sinnott shared in this prize with the following numbers drawn 3,4,19,20. We thank you for your continued support.

GOLF FUNDRAISER

Please keep Friday July 5th in your diary when Mayglass church restoration fund and St Fintans GAA club will run a joint fundraising golf scramble at Rosslare golf club. Please contact Bob Quilty at 087 7754128 or Robert Rowe 086 8139894. If you wish to enter a team,play as an individual at E40 or sponsor a tee box etc at E50. Non GUI members will be catered for. In addittion a coffee morning will be held in the golf club from 10am-12.30pm. All welcome.

CARBOOT SALE

Dates for the upcoming carboot sales in Mayglass church carpark are June 29th, July 27th, August 31st and September 21st from 8am-1pm. Admission is €2 with children free, cars €10, vans €15 and large vans €20. Gates open at 7.30am for traders with prceeds in aid of Mayglass church restoration fund. For further information please contact 087 9459918.

MOBILE LIBRARY

The mobile library unit has three stop off points in this parish and the service is free. This is a great service for anyone interested in reading and it also saves us from driving to Wexford town where we must find and pay for parking.

The upcoming dates are as follows, Mayglass school on Friday, June 28th from 10am to 11.15am, Mayglass church on June 28th from 3.40pm to 4.10pm, Ballymore on Tuesdays June 11th and 25th from 3.30pm to 4pm this unit will park at the top of Syl Farrells driveway on the Killinick side.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS

The weekly meeting is held each Saturday evening at 8.30pm in the scout hall Ballymore. For further information please contact Pat on 087 2785156.

FOREVER FIT

Summer Fitness with Aerobic Dance / Body Toning. Classes continue Ballycogley Hall every Monday & Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. Suitable all levels. Call or text for info. - Amanda Burke 087 9713339

MODEL COUNTY DRAW

The final draw in the 21st model county development members GAA club draw will take place on Wednesday June 26th and tickets costing €10 are available from St Fintans club members. There are forthy prizes to be won with a choice of car or €12,500 as first prize and worldwide family holiday or €6,500 in cash as second prize with the remaining prizes also of great value. In supporting this draw you are also supporting your local GAA club.

MASS TIMES

Ballymore church :Wednesday morning mass at 9.40am followed by adoration from 10am to 11am. Adoration also takes place from 7pm-8pm Wednesday evening. Mass on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7.30pm. Sunday morning mass at 10.30am.

Mayglass church:Monday and Friday morning mass at 9.30am and Saturday evening mass at 7.30pm.

SVP COLLECTION

The summer collection for St Vincent De Paul will take place on the weekend of June 29th/30th. As always your support would be gratefully appreciated.

SUMMER BBQ

An enjoyable evening is being organised by the Bargy vintage group in aid of local charities on Saturday June 29th at Ye Olde Coopers Inn Killinick from 6pm to late. Admission is €5. There will be Tug O War,live music and a raffle on the night. The group has currently sixty members and new members are always welcome. Your support as always is very much appreciated.

LADIES FOOTBALL

Congratulations to Michelle Cullen, Killinick who represented Wexford in the U12 Leinster Football Blitz which was held in Carlow & Wexford last Saturday. There were two Wexford teams in the blitz and Michelle played with the A-Team. They played Kildare, Meath A and Westmeath and were unfortunate not to reach a play-off to bring them through to the next round. Well done Michelle, a little star in the making!

Championship Fixture: St. Fintans Ladies will be playing their second round of championship v Adamstown today (Tuesday June 25th) in Ballymore at 7.30pm. Please come and support if you can.

OPEN GARDEN

Marie Goodwin will kindly open her garden again this year on Sunday July 14th from 2pm-6pm. Cream teas will be served and there will also be plants for sale. Admission is free and donations very welcome. All proceeds of the day will go towards Mayglass church restoration fund. Your support would be very much appreciated.

SOUND OF MUSICIALS

Rathangan variety group and friends will present a "night of musicials and comedy"on Thursday June 27th in the Temple bar Rathangan at the later time of 8.30pm. The Ballycogley players will be joining them on the night to entertain you with some comedy. Admission is €5 payable on the door,raffle also on the night. Support from both young and old would be greatly appreciated as we kick start our fundraising towards our Feburary 2014 production.

BALLYMORE FIELD DAY

The Ballymore/Mayglass parish council wish to thank all those who braved the rain to support the parish field day in Ballymore on Sunday June 16th. Thanks to all who attended and contributed bottles,confectionary and items for the wheel o fortune and those that support the draw. We are verty grateful to all the businesses and individuals who generously sponsored items for the various stalls.

A special word of thanks to the Mayglass parents council for their help in running the field day. We appreciate the help of the road collectors and ticket sellers and anyone who helped in any way by manning stalls,gate and car parking etc. Thanks also to St Fintans GAA club for the use of their grounds for the field day,to John Kell who supplied the bouncy castle and to the wards who brought along their ponies for the pony rides.

Unfortunately due to the rain the childrens sports and football game didn't go ahead but congratulations to all the children on the lovely art work which was on display in the club house. It was a pity the weather was so bad but we appreciate the contribution of all those who turned up to support us. The proceeds of the day will be shared between Mayglass school and parish council. Grateful thanks to all.

FIELD DAY WINNERS

Field Day Draw Winners: 1st (€150) Marie Mallee Mooretown. 2nd (€100)Chris Berney Ballydusker. 3rd(€50) Paddie Conway Mackenstown Mayglass.

Darts: Thomas Sinnott. Rings: Ownie Whelan, Golf; Mark Byrne (adult),Cormac Lyons(children).

Childrens Art Compettition winners: jun.inf. Saorise Crosbie,Sen inf. Aoibheann Rankin. 1st Keith Boggan, 2nd Aoife White, 3rd Aaron Busher, 4th Shauna White, 5th Caelen Ward, 6th Naoise Ward.

HURLING

During the recent past the St Fintans junior hurling team travelled to the home of Buffers Alley to take on the home team in a junior A hurling championship group B game and despite a 3-10 to 2-10 defeat played some good hurling. The result of the game was in doubt up to the final whistle with St Fintans drawing level with just seconds remaining only for the "Alley" to get the killer goal as the final whistle was to sound.

A much defeated St Fintans team had home advantage when they took on Ballyhogue in an All County hurling league div. 5 game during the past week. The weakened home team could never get to grips with the "hogues"and were soundly beaten when the final whistle sounded.

DRAMA MEETING

On opening the most recent meeting of the Ballycogley Players drama group chairman Fintan Murphy asked for a minutes silence to be observed as a mark of respect for the following of whom were involved with drama and entertainment and had sadly died during the past year: Kathleen Hayes and Richard (Budgie) Martin, Kilmore; Tim Coffee Kilmeen and Sean Judge Kidare. May they rest in peace.

During the meeting that followed it was decided to hold workshops for both new and current members in the near future with all interested in any aspect of drama very welcome to attend.

The 3-act play for the upcoming drama festival circuit was chosen and its the Jimmy Murphy penned "The Hen Night Ephipany" with an all female cast. A further meeting will be held to decide on fundraising productions for the early Autumn. Watch this space.

BANNOW/ BALLYMITTY

B & R SHOW

The entries for the 64th Annual Bannow & Rathangan Agricultural Show will close this weekend. This years show which will be held at Killag, Duncormick on Thursday July 11 will have classes for horses, ponies, donkeys, goats, sheep, poultry and dogs as well as small furry animals. There will be horse and pony jumping competitions, sheep dog trials, dressage classes and vintage tractors and farm machinery on display.

The main event will be the All Ireland three year old horse championship final with €6,000 in prize money sponsored by the Bannow & Rathangan Show society and the trophies kindly sponsored by Galway Irish Crystal and Beleek China. This final will have horses from all over Ireland that qualified from shows all over the country.

After last year's show been washed out, the committee are hoping for a fine day and putting on yet another record show. Entries which close on Friday June 28 for horses, ponies, donkeys, sheep and goats to Anne white, Killag, Duncormick, for poultry and pets corner Gerry Mernagh, Rath, Duncormick and the Home Industry secretary to the Secretary of Home Industry, B & R Show, Redmoor, Duncormick. Entries for horse and pony jumping and dog show taken on field on show day. Please note there are no cattle this year.

The Bannow & Rathangan Show Society extends their deepest sympathy with the Gore Families, Duncormick and the Swan Family, Carlow on the recent death of Nick Gore, Duncormick who has been an outstanding supporter of the show down through the years.

PATRON & FIELD DAY

The Ballymitty patron takes place on 'Sunday next June 30 with prayers at 1.30 p.m. followed by Blessing of the Graves. Afterwards in the school grounds we will have our filed day and gathering.

This year we are organising music and a children's sports day as well as duck racing, wheel of fortune, bottle stall and of course come hungry and sample some of the delights from our friendly barbeque stand and afterwards you can go across the path and have some strawberries and cream, then you cup of tea for afters so try and join us for a gathering and meet our former friends and neighbours on the day.

A HUGE THANK YOU

After a very successful Drive in Bingo fund raiser Ballymitty Handball Club would like to thank the following people: Frank Codd and the Ballymitty Hall Committee, all the sponsors of both prize money and raffle prizes, the organisers of the B.B.Q. everyone who donated cakes and buns for the tea. The committee that was in place on the day, which included car parking and traffic control, and for the huge support we got from all over the parish and around the county.

WEDDING BELLS

Congratulations to Bridget Purcell, Balloughton, daughter of Nicky and Mary who married Seamus \O'Leary, Galbally in Carrig Church on Saturday of last week.

PARISH PATRONS

Dates for your diary: Ballymitty June 30, Ballilngly June 30 at 7.30 p.m., Bannow august 15 and Seamogue august 18.

G.A.A. ACTION

Our U-123 footballers reached the last 8 of the volunteers mini All Ireland and our U-12 hurlers beat clonard on a score of 5-5 to 0-5, well done to all. Well done to Robert Cogley who was selected on the county U-14 football panel.

B/B CAMOGIE

The U/10 camogie league has started and our girls got off to a great start winning both their matches, first up was St. Anne's away then we had St. Mary's rosslare at home and we won this match also. Well done girls.

Players for both games were: Ciara Cummins, Nicole Cahill, Siobhan Colfer, Grainne Foley, Daniella Kinsella, Lola Lacey, April Moran, Emily Moran, Abhie Redmond, ann. Rossiter, Keelyn Ryan, Surrina Reville, Sophia Scallan, Clara Whelan, Kayleilgh Sinnott, Lillian Condon and Rachel Gaynor.

The U-12 league started on Wednesday June 5, we played Cloughbawn away on a very wet and windy evening, we came away with a great win in a low scoring game, well done to the following: Ciara Anglim, Eleanor Aldridge, Callie Bennett, Mascine Byrne, Emily Cahill, Jessica Egan, Clare Hillis, Shannon Anglim, Niamh Millar, Jane rossiter, Leah Whelan, Rebecca Stafford and Ash Waters. Good luck to the girls in their next games.

Anyone needing information about these age's groups ring Shem Anglim on 087/2072654.

PHIL MURPHY WEEKEND

The Phil Murphy weekend takes place July 25-28 in Carrig on Bannow, more details to follow.

MURRINTOWN

COMMUNITY CENTRE

Contact 0539139328 or 086 1674809 and you can e-mail us at murrintowncomcentre@eircom.net and now find us on Facebook. Opening hours 9.00am-1.00pm 5.00pm-9.00pm.

BINGO: Every Monday night 8.00pm sharp to 10.00pm. Bus pickups at usual points.

ZUMBA: Every Wednesday night at 7.00pm-8.00pm

TAE-KWON-DO: Monday, Wednesday 6.00pm-9.00pm Saturday 2.00pm-5.00pm

FOREVER FIT - All Classes continue. New T.B.T. Suitable all levels. Mondays at 9.45 a.m. & Tuesdays at 7.30 p.m. Call or text - Amanda Burke 0879713339

SOCIAL SUNDAY

The next Social Sunday is this Sunday 30th June at 11.30am. Hope you can join us for a chat and a cup of tea as this will be the last one until September.

SUMMER CAMP

The school summer camp, facilitated by Saoirse Walsh, runs for 1 week from Monday - Friday 15th - 19th July from 10 am to 1 pm for age group 4 - 10 yrs. Activities include art, crafts, music and drama. Fee €40 per child. Enquiries/booking forms available at the school office (053 9139277).

FIELD DAY

A Big thanks to all who supported and who helped with the Field Day on 16th June. We would also like to extend our thanks to our sponsors and Johnstown Castle for the use of their beautiful grounds.

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