Around the Districts
Supervised study will commence from the 13th April over Cost Cutters Wellingtonbridge every Monday and Thursday evening 5pm till 8pm. Student names are being taken at the moment if interested contact Marie Cathy 0879709901 or Margaret Moran 0872040823.
The Parish Journal committee are looking for articles, photos or anything of interest for this year's journal. If you graduated in the last year please drop in a copy of yourself and details of your degree. If you had a civil ceremony marriage and like to be included in the marriages section let us know. Please leave into the PO or any committee member as soon as possible.
There is a Table Quiz in aid of Cullenstown Community Group in the Atlantic Bar, Cullenstown on Thursday 12th March at 8pm. Table of 4 is €30. All welcome.
St Patrick's Day Parade
Carrig on Bannow are holding the 6th St Patrick's Day Parade this year. We have had 5 very successful parades so far and hope to make this one another great year. Leaving from the school field at 2p.m. sharp. All Entries welcome the young the old the brave and the bold. Come along and dress up. Vintage, Nostalgic Put a float together and just turn up on the day no need to book. No charge but donations welcome. Hope to see you there. for more details contact shay: 0879909692, Marie: 0879709901 and Nora:0858635445
We would ask people to come early and park in car parks provided: From the Duncormick end the field at the back of the ball alley; From Cullenstown & Bannow - Field at cross of Carrig; From Ballymitty, Wellingtonbridge area - use Danescastle road up to cross of Carrig
We have to keep roads clear for Health and Safety reasons. Parade will start at 2pm sharp. Thanks for your support, for more information please contact Maria 087 9709901 or Craig 086 8174231.
The Dance is held in Carrig on Bannow hall on the third Friday of every month. Our next dance is Friday 20th March dancing to Adrian Ryan. We also have an extra dance on Good Friday night 3rd April dancing to Catherine and the Images. Dancing from 9.30pm-12 midnight. Admission: €8 Teas and refreshment served. There is always a good night had by all. Hope to see you all there.
Deepest sympathy to Molly French and family, Danescastle on the sad death of her brother Jim last week. Jim was 79 years of age and is survived by his sisters Molly French and Margaret Warren, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. Jim's remains were brought to Carrig church on Tuesday evening at 7.30 and he was buried in Carrig cemetery after 11 am mass on Wednesday. May he rest in peace.
Teach na nOg Playgroup and Montessori is now taking bookings for September 2015. Free Montessori places are available through the ECCE scheme. For more information please contact Donna on 051 561773.
We would like to extend sympathy to June and Ida Scanlon and families, Wellingtonbridge and Alan Hillis, Fannystown on the death of their sister Valerie Rothwell. Valerie was in her late fifties and is survived by her husband Victor, son Nigel and daughter Gillian. Her remains were brought to Kilcommon church, Tinahely, Co. Wicklow for 2.30pm service on Sat 28th Feb and she was buried in adjoining cemetery. May she rest in peace.
Are you over 50? Would like a better social life? Come and join us for scenic walks, cinema and theatre trips, days out, evening meals, quiz nights, 10 pin Bowling, Green mat bowls etc.etc. We have a monthly meeting on the first Monday of every month at 7.30pm in the Community Centre, Carrig on Bannow. Ring Lorraine: 086-0765777 or Marion 086-8290163.
Ballycogley Players have a busy week ahead as they present the hilarious comedy "There Goes The Bride" by Ray Cooney and John Chapman in Gorey on 11th March and the Dun Mhuire on Friday 13th at 8pm as part of Gorey and Wexford drama festivals. Tickets on door or at Wexford Arts Centre for Dun Mhuire. They also head to Ballinamore on Sunday 15th, Carnew on the 20th and New Ross on the 21st. Audiences have loved performances so far with many coming back for a second and third time.
U14 Football Feile
2015 will be a busy year for our U14 Gaelic teams. As well as the normal championship schedule, our U14 boys Gaelic Football team and our U14 girls Gaelic Football team will be taking part in the All Ireland Feile competition.
This year the Feile is being hosted by Wexford on the weekend of 26/27/28 June. Club teams from every county in Ireland and clubs from the UK will be hosted by clubs in Wexford for a fantastic festival of football over the 3 days. Kilmore will be hosting 2 visiting teams (Girls and Boys) and plans for the weekend are already underway.
Visiting players will be staying with host families in Kilmore and we will be making a big effort to ensure that the visiting teams along with their families and supporters have a great weekend here. We have a lot to offer locally and businesses in Kilmore should benefit as well as all our neighbouring clubs will also be hosting visiting teams and supporters.
To make the weekend a success we will need support from the parents of the players taking part and we hope that all parents will get involved to support both clubs for this event. To help with the costs we will be running 2 "breakfast mornings" in the Community Hall during April & May and look forward to your support for those.
For further information you can contact your appropriate team managers or Michael Cooney (Feile Co-ordinator)-085 832 4627.
Come along to a table Quiz in aid of Kilmore Variety Group's performance of "Beauty & the Beast" in Mary Barry's on 11th March at 9.30pm. We will also have a raffle with very interesting prizes.
Kilmore Active Retirement Association held its monthly meeting on Thursday last in the GAA clubrooms with the chairman Joe Bulmer presiding and with a big attendance present. A huge agenda was dealt with from which the following major points were addressed.
The indoor bowls league which is commencing on Wednesday 11th in the Stella Maris Centre with a visit from Oulart, starting at 1-00pm (note the earlier time). Our spring lunch and social in the Danby Lodge on 18th March for which bookings must be made immediately. A report from the South East Region ARA annual meeting was given and from that members agreed to invite a guest to speak on Solar energy in the future.
It was agreed by popular demand that a bus would travel to the Gorey ARA tea party on Sunday 26th April. Parking of cars for people who travel from Wexford by bus was mentioned as there was no facility other than pay parking available, the secretary to make contact with the relevant authority. Breda Whelan gave a run down on the autumn holiday to Galway from 1st to 4th September for which bookings can be made as soon as possible.
This in brief was a selection of items on the agenda following which Noel Howlin gave a very interesting talk on gardening, fruit tress and bushes, lawn care and preparation for the seasons vegetable sowing were dealt with and many questions were asked on the subjects. After the meeting a nice cuppa was enjoyed and then members had a brief "session" on the floor with music by Joe.
Camross ICA will hold an Irish Night in Rochfords Lounge, Camross on this Sat. 14th March starting at 9.30pm all in aid of Seniors Christmas Party 2015. Come along and enjoy lots of music, song, dance and all that is Irish.
The March meeting was held in Camross Hall on Monday 2nd March and Marian Donnelly presided. Votes of sympathy were passed with Esther Rynhart on the recent passing of her brother in law, Robert Williams and with Breda Banville and Margaret O'Gorman, Caro on the passing of their cousin John Breen.
Ann O'Gorman and Margt Nolan dealt with minutes, correspondence and finance. Voting for national elections was carried out, final preparations for Irish Night were made and date for Ann Power Memorial Walk was decided upon and will take place on Sun. 24th May at 6.30pm in aid of Alzheimers Society.
Rehearsals for 'ICA Has Got Talent' are in progress and competitors were wished the best of luck on Tuesday 31st March in Horse and Hound. Our Table Quiz team of Margt O'Gorman, Poulpeasty, Maggie Morrissey and Marian Donnelly were also wished every success in All Ireland final in An Grianan, Co. Louth on Saturday 28th March.
Mary Margaret Roche was competition winner for best handmade souvenir, Ann O'Gorman and Breda Banville were raffle winners and Dympna Kelly and Breda Whelan provided delicious refreshments. Bowling will continue for next two Sundays, 15th and 22nd at 7pm. Aqua aerobics will commence this week, if you are interested in further details please contact Mary Nolan. Dominic Berridge from Wexford Wildlife Services was our guest speaker and his presentation proved to be very interesting.
Our April meeting will be held on Monday 13th April, 8pm, please note change of date due to first Monday being a bank Holiday.
South East Tops
Tops competition will continue in Taghmon/Camross GAA complex on this Friday night, 13th March with Wexford and Kilrane/Rosslare Harbour groups providing the talent. On Monday 16th March Kilrane/Rosslare Harbour and Taghmon will take to the stage and the Grand Final will be held on Friday 20th March. Starting time will be 8pm on all three nights. Contact 0868369047 for tickets. Tickets for preliminery cost €10 for adults and children €5. More news next week.
St. Patrick's Day parade
Hoping everyone has the St. Patrick's Day parade marked in their diaries. The music will begin in the square at 1pm. The parade will leave the communuity centre at 3pm. All are welcome for a free family fun day. Please note that no ticket selling is allowed on the day.
gaa club news
Our intermediate football team were beaten in the second round of the league by Clongeen last Saturday, and now the hurling league starts next weekend with a home game V Davidstown, training continues on Tuesday night at 7.30, also dont forget your membership is overdue.
Big congrats to Ian Carty, Stephen O Gorman Stephen Stafford and Luke Sinnott who were part of the Good Council Collage panal who won the Leinster Collages senior football final last Saturday V Edenderry of Offaly. The All Ireland semi final will be on end of March V Connaught champions.
The club Lotto takes place this Tuesday night with the jackpot at €4700, have your tickets in the center between 7.30 and 8pm.
The 2015 Tops continues this Fri night with Wexford Town and Rosslare/ Kilrane groups on at 8pm. And on Monday 16th Taghmon and Rosslare/ Kilrane will take part.
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Congratulations to Ian Carty, Stephen O'Gorman, Stephen Stafford & Luke Sinnott who played with their school Good Council Collage and won the Leinster Collages Senior Football against Edenderry, Offaly.
Well done & congratulations to Mark Doyle & Conor Murphy on representing their school Taghmon N.S., County & Leinster in the Cumann na MBunscol All-Ireland's in Kingscourt, Cavan on Saturday. They played Ulster, Munster & Connaught and won all 3 matches. A fantastic achievement.
Feile U14 Fundraiser: There will be a fundraiser in Jacksie's on Saturday night the 14th March. Please come along the support. This is an exciting time for our U14's as they prepare for Feile and get ready to host & welcome a visiting team. We will be keeping you all updated on all this forthcoming weekend in June.
Remember Membership is now due urgently for all players.
U8's continue training on Tuesday night, U12's are training and also taking part in the Rathnure Indoor Hurling League.
Our minors won their match against Naomh Eanna this weekend. A great win away from home on a scoreline 0-14 to 2-04, and following on from their win last week against Glynn-Barntown.
There was mixed results from the fixtures over the weekend with our U9 Boys , U13's and the Youths all in jubilant mood while our U12 Girls dreams of a semi final were scuppered by Courtown. The Girls faltered to a very physical team losing 4-0 but no one could fault their determination throughout the match. Our U9 Boys came from a 3-1 deficate to win 4-3 with a brace for Stephen Doran and one a piece for David Foley & Jack Whitty in a terrific match were Taghmon played excellent football.
The U13's travelled to Bunclody and ran out 3-2 victors with goals from Ryan Cashin, Evan O Hanlon & Cathal Murphy with the star man again young Cody Meyler. The Youths visited Blackwater and were victorious thanks to a Man of the Match display by Barry "Og" Mc Grath who also scored a brace and now put the team in pole position with a few games to go in the league.
The Ladies season came to a close against league Champions Coolgreaney and they were well beaten. They now must wait on other results to see if they get promotion to the 1st Divison.
Clodagh Dunne kept up her winning ways at the Irish U17 Nationals last weekend. She won the U17 Girls Singles and U17 Girls Doubles, she took the runners up title in the U17 Mixed. This is an amazing achievement by this young player. In less than a month she has won 5 Gold National Titles and 1 One Silver. Brilliant results Clodagh, the Club is very proud of your hard work. The 3rd Division Men had a great game against Shelbourne on the 2nd March winning 8/1. Team John Walsh, Captain, Graham Grant, Noel Dunne, Craig Healy. The dates for the Adult County Championships Preliminary rounds are as follows 24th,25th, 27th, 31st March. Finals on the 3rd April.