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Wednesday 16 October 2019

An update from Rosslare Harbour

RANGERS LADIES

On Sunday October 16 Rosslare Rangers Ladies travelled to Castledockrell on Sunday where they faced tough competition. The ladies could not overcome a full strength Castledockrell side losing 4-0. The ladies had no match on Sunday 23.

COMEDY AND DRAMA

Ballycogley Players will present 3 one act comedies; Bad Sunday, Looking for love and Religious Knowledge on November 3, 4 and 5 in St Michaels Hall, Thomas Street, Wexford (opposite CBS secondary school) and November 6 in Carrig Community Centre, Carrig on Bannow. 8 p.m. start each night, admission €10. A great night out - don't miss it!

GET WELL SOON

For members of Kilrane/Rosslare Harbour Active Club who are in hospital or are recovering from illness our best wishes and hoping you will be well soon.

TABLE QUIZ

On Monday October 24 there will be a Table Quiz in the R.S.C. at 8 p.m. €20 per table, proceeds to St. Mary's Day Centre Tagoat. Look forward to the support of all our members and their friends for this worthy cause.

DRAMA AND HITS

On October 27 there will be a Drama night in the Arts Centre presenting 3 one Act plays. The admission is €11 plus €5 for the bus which will leave the R.S.C. at 7pm.

Also on October 31 we will be heading to 'Hits from the Musicals'. The price is €20 plus €5 for the bus.

SWIMMING

Swimming has recommenced Kelly's Hotel on Mondays and Thursday for A.R.As. Don't forget your membership card

FOR YOUR DIARY

Monday: Harbour Drifters Walkabout, meeting in Car park at Harbour Roundabout 11 am to 12 noon Tuesday:Whist R.S.C. 2.30pm. to 4.30pm.

Thursday: Harbour Drifters Walkabout, meeting in Car park at Harbour Roundabout. Bowls in the R.S.C. 2.30 to 4.30pm.

Friday: Knitwits Circle, Harbour View Hotel from 10.30 am. to 12.30 pm. Scrabble in the R.S.C. 2.30pm. to 4.30pm.

ST PAUL'S AC

A successful afternoon's racing was had at Day 2 of the County Wexford Cross Country Championships. St. Paul's AC hosted the event and would like to thank Jamie Ryan for the use of his land. The land along with favourable conditions on the day made for a successful day for athletes countywide. Our own athletes were also very successful on the day: Ciara Martin 8th U9 girls, Darren O'Neill 7th U9 boys, Manus Harte 9th U9 boys, Tommy Wickham 6th U11 boys, Karen O'Neill 1st U13 girls, Tara Connick 4th U15 girls and Eoghan Quirke 4th U17 boys. Well done to all and we look forward to the season ahead.

Training has now resumed for all athletes: Monday (Kilrane), Wednesday (Rosslare Strand) and Friday (Rosslare Strand) at 6pm. Indoor training will start on November 7th in Rosslare Community Centre from 6 to 7.

CHRISTMAS CARDS

The Environmental Group are pleased to announce that our Christmas cards for this year will be on sale in Super Valu, Rosslare Harbour and local outlets from 9am on Friday November 4. Six assorted cards for only €5 per pack. Your support is very much appreciated.

BOOK SALE

Kilrane/ Rosslare Harbour Community Centre will hold a Book Sale, Sunday 13th November. If you have any unwanted books we would be delighted with them, please contact Nuala Bothwell on 053-9133410 or a committee member. All proceeds from the sale going to the Community Centre.

ST. MARY'S CAMOGIE CLUB

Training News: Training for beginners/ u8's/u10/s and u12's has now finished for this season. The Under 14 panel has decided to stay training for the moment on a Wednesday Night at 6:15 with Terry And Des. Any changes will be notified to the panel by text as they arise.

U10 Final: Well done to the U10 panel who reached their division final a few weeks ago unfortunately despite playing excellent Camogie throughout we were very unlucky not to claim a victory on the day but well done to the girls. The girls received a medal and the club had a photo printed up for each panel member to remember the day.

End Of Season: All Team Panels will be advised in the coming weeks of their end of season treat. The committee are working hard on ideas and suggestions at present and it is hoped to all finalised them all in the not to distance future....we will keep you all posted so please keep a space in those diaries for us Ladies. We may be gone for this season but we are not to be forgotten!

The Leacy Camogie Academy: This will be held in the Buffers Alley GAA Grounds, 1st to the 4th November for girls 12-16. A fun Camp will also run for girls 7-11. Cost is 50eur. Finishing at 2 o'clock every day. Anyone who would like more information please contact Corinna.

Thank You Parents: A special word of mention must go to the Mam's and Dad's who gave up their time and who committed to working with us for the last season both on and off the field. We value your contribution and we are very grateful for the support you have shown to us as a committee for the past season.

RANGERS SCHOOLBOYS

U11's: Last Saturday our U'11's made the trip to a wet and windy Caim. The home team proved to be very formidable opponents with a very strong midfield proving why they were sitting at the top of the League table before this encounter. A very tight game with Rosslare Rangers in the end coming home with a 2.0 win. Adam Mullins made a long awaited return from injury in the second half of the game and certainly caused Caim some real trouble. Great to have you back in the jersey Adam. Goals came from Liam Crowley and Charlie Heffernan. Keep up the great work boys.

U14's: Our U'14's played at home last Saturday to Wexford Celtic in a final scoreline of 3.1 to the visitors with the home goal, a "screamer" coming from the foot of Adam Devereux. With a long season ahead there's plenty of chances to pick up more points boys. Well done.

U14 girls came back from 2.0 down to earn a well deserved 2.2 draw away at New Ross. Kayleigh Butler scored from 18 yards and then ten minutes from time Lauren Barry equalled the score with a fine long range effort. A great team performance by all.

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