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Sunday 22 October 2017

TAGOAT

ST. MARY'S CEMETERY

It has come to notice that items are being removed from graves in the new cemetery (St Mary's). Wreaths, plant pots, lighting amongst other items have gone missing over the past six months. Please take extra care with what you are putting on the graves especially items of value.

ST. MARY'S DAY CARE

Weekly Draw: 1st Molly Connors, 2nd Rose Hassett, 3rd John Stewart.

Get well wishes are sent to all our patrons, both at home and in hospital who are unwell at this time. We wish you all well and hope to see ye back in the centre soon.

Ladies Day: Every Monday at The Tagoat Barbers, Unbeatable prices on all Ladies cuts. To make an appointment ring Ali on 053-9131450.

TAGOAT STEAM RALLY

There will be a meeting in Tagoat Community Centre on Tuesday 21st June at 8.30 p.m to discuss the fortcoming Steam Rally. All are welcome.

GAA NEWS

Club Lotto: Last weeks winning numbers were 1-8-25-26 bonus number 37. No Jackpot winner match 3 winners were Nick Meyler, Phillip Lawlor, John Breen, May Bramwell and Rory McCall. Next draw is Monday 12th June Jackpot is €20,000.

Congratulations To David Murphy and all of the Wexford senior football team on their fantastic performance in the leinster football championship against Westmeath last weekend. This was a great result against a strong Westmeath team, they now go on to the semi final against Carlow in two weeks time.

Cul Camps: Wexford GAA Cul camp is on from 4th - 8th of July this year in Tagoat. The camp is open to all childen aged 6 - 13 years old registation is now open online at www. Vhiculcamps.gaa.ie. the camps are on from 10am to 2:30pm everyday at a cost of €55 per child. This is a great opportunity for children of every level of ability to learn new skills in a fun and safe environment.

Exams: Continued best wishes to all players currently sitting state exams.

Best Wishes: Best Wishes from all in St Mary's to our U-8 player Ben Carr who is currently out of action with a broken thumb and to our U-14 player Ryan O' Leary who fractured his collarbone last Thursday evening. We wish both players a speedy recovery.

Condolences: The club extends it's sympathy to Gerry Byrne & family on their recent tragic loss. Ar Dheis de go raibh a anam.

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