Saturday 18 November 2017

Around the Districts

Some of the colourful entrants in this year's St. Patrick's Day parade in Carrig-on-Bannow.
Some of the colourful entrants in this year's St. Patrick's Day parade in Carrig-on-Bannow.

Bannow/ Ballymitty

Sunday Cafe

The Sunday Cafe team would like to thank each and every one of you who supported us once again in great numbers on 28th February, it was another great success which would not have been possible without your support.

Our next Sunday Cafe takes place on Easter Sunday 28th March 28 where we will have a real Easter theme on the day, so come along and join us for more delicious cakes and breads and some Eater treats. Thank you all for your continued support.

Monster Drive In Bingo

Thank you all for your support at the Drive in Bingo held in Ballymitty Hall/Church car park on Sunday last, it was another great success and without your support it would not have been possible, so thank you all once again, our next unique Drive in Monster Bingo takes place on Easter Sunday 28th March at 3pm, don't forget you can sit in your car an smoke to your content while playing bingo and winning some great prizes so see you in Ballymitty on Easter Sunday at 3pm


Following on from the success of our recent Facebook for Business events the digital media experts in iCandy Marketing will be holding another Facebook for Business Training event in the office of Bridge PC Repair, Wellingtonbridge on Thursday 31st March from 6.00pm-9.00pm.

The course costs just €75.00 and each attendee will receive a FREE redesign of their profile and cover photos. Places are limited so book today!

Call Zoe in iCandy Marketing on 051 560767 for more information.

Tea Dance

There is dancing in Carrig Hall on Good Friday 25th March with Catherine and the Images starting from 10pm as bingo on before. All welcome tea served.

Corach Ramblers

This week "Split the Pot" took place in Tir na nOg, Wellingtonbridge. This week's winner was Christine Casey, Barrystown! She wins €811. Well done Christine.

Our A team advanced to the Neill O Sullivan cup semi-final after an extra time victory over a very solid Crossabeg team. The first half was even enough with chances scarce at both ends. But Crossabeg drew first blood after being awarded a penalty which they scored after Adam Diskin got a hand to it.

Corach upped their game and were awarded a penalty midway through the second half which John Staples dispatched with perfection. Corach kept the pressure on for extra time and got the winner in the first period with a great strike from John Staples. They defended well for the remainder of the game and were happy to hear the final whistle. A great crowd turned out to watch the game which was appreciated by all concerned.

The B-team were at home to cloughbawn b today and had a comfortable 4-0 win which leaves us needing just 2 points from our remaining 3 games to win the league. We started off slow enough today but after 15 minutes we took the lead when Conor Neville ran onto a great through ball and lobbed the keeper, we went 2 up after 30 minutes when a Richie Walsh cross was knocked in at the back post by Conor Neville, 10 minutes later it became 3 when a great run by Mj Doran saw him square the ball for Mark Sinnott to tap home, 10 minutes into the second half it became 4 when Conor Neville beat the offside trap and fired home at the near post to complete his hat trick, we took our foot off the gas then and comfortably saw out the rest of the game.

Congratulations to the Corach Ramblers Ladies team who had a tough physical 5-2 win over Camolin today. As you are all probably aware at this stage, this means the women have won the Division 2A League! Congratulations to all the girls and Davey Mac for all their hard work over the last few years.

Our U14 team went down 2 nil away to Wexford Albion today after a great battle with the top of the table team. Darren Cadogan started in goal for the first time and had a great game between the posts. Albion went ahead in the first few minutes and was awarded a penalty just before half time. Corach battled hard in the second half and should have scored but Albion held out for a deserved victory.

Corach U10 ten boys had a fantastic game against new Ross .boys played a very tough game. conor Miller made an outstanding save in the last five mins. Well done boys!

U16 girls lost 5-1 to All Blacks!

GAA club notes

This week's lotto Jackpot will be €2,900 and will take place in the complex this Tuesday evening. Last numbers were4, 11,14and 23 we had a match three winner Ned Sinnott Bannow. Well done Ned. Tickets can be purchased at the Post Office Carrig, Sea breeze Laundrette Carrig, and Tir Na NOg Wellingtonbridge and from any Club Officer. Tickets and monies to be done in the Complex at 7.30.

All League matches are in full swing. The Junior Ladies had a great win over Taghmon next match should be this Friday. The Junior Hurlers lost by a point to St. Mary s Rosslare in their opening game. All fixtures and results are on our Facebook page.

Condolences to the Cullen Families on their recent loss.

Please don't forget the membership deadline 31st March.

Grantstown News

Physiotherapy: Every Tuesday, Doctor's referral letter required. Hairdresser: Every Tuesday, please phone for an appointment. Coffee Morning. All welcome every Wednesday from 10am - 11am. Meals on Wheels. Delivered every Tuesday& Thursday, Please phone the office for more details. Yoga classes every Wednesday in Grantstown Day Care Centre at 6.30 p m For more information please contact Julie on 087 2683005 or just come along on the evening.

10 Year Master plan for Grantstown: A 10 year Master Plan is presently drawn up for future use of buildings and land at Grantstown in conjunction with the Augustinian Provincial and the Board at Grantstown. All interested parties are invited to make a submission or to write with ideas. Please address your Ideas to: The Chairperson, Grantstown Voluntary Housing, Grantstown, Wellingtonbridge. Closing date for submissions is Thursday 31st March.

Cake Sale

Danescastle Music Group will hold their annual Cake Sale in Carrig Community Centre on Good Friday, 25th March. Cakes and your support would be appreciated.

Our Parish Journal

The committee are looking for old photos, articles or any items of interest for this year's Journal please contact any committee member or Nicola at the PO.


Easter mass times

Easter Mass times in Kilmore Parish. Holy Thursday 24th: Kilmore Church: Mass of The last Supper 7.30pm followed by Adoration of the BlessedSacrament until midnight. Tomhaggard: Mass of the Last Supper 7.30pm.

Good Friday 25th: Commemoration of the Passion and Death of our Lord in Kilmore, Kilmore Quay and Mulrankin at 3.00pm. Kilmore: Prayers at 7.30pm. Tomhaggard: Stations of the Cross 7.30pm.

Holy Saturday 26th: Kilmore: Celebration of Our Lord's Ressurection 7.30pm. Tomhaggard: 9.00pm.

Easter Sunday: Kilmore Quay: Dawn Mass at 7.00am. All are welcome to this beautiful celebration as we celebrate Our Lord's Resurrection at sunrise. Easter Masses as normal Kilmore 10.00am, Children's Mass 12 noon, Kilmore Quay and Mulrankin 11.00am

Handball Easter Raffle

Bridgetown Handball Club is holding an Easter Raffle this coming Saturday in Centra, Bridgetown. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

Camogie Club Activities

All age groups are back training now and preparing to play their first games of the season.

U10s play their first blitz on April 9th and U12s play their first blitz next Saturday 26th, both in Piercestown. U14s played a practice game against Oylegate over the weekend.

Our u16s league campaign doesn't start till May but our juniors are out in action next Sunday 27th at 11am in Kilmore. Best of luck to all players and mentors for the coming season.

We are having a social get together tonight 19th in Bridies Bar in Bridgetown around 9pm and all welcome.


Ballycogley Players had a successful weekend, winning Wexford drama festival on 11 March and second in Ballinamore drama festival on 13 March. Chris Maddock, Kathleen Tierney, Catherine Walsh, Breda Hayes picked up individual awards while the group won both Set awards. Several other cast members received nominations also. They will be taking part in Carnew on 19 and New Ross on 21 March with final results in on 25th. Fingers crossed for a successful few weeks.


A fundraising Breakfast Morning was held in Kilmore hall on Sunday 20th March in aid of upcoming International Jamboree in Birmingham during the summer when 38 youth members and adults will join 2500 scouts from around the world.

Beavers, cubs, scouts and leaders took part in the St Patrick's Day Parade on 17th March in Wexford amid glorious sunshine. A great day was had by all. Beavers went off to JFK New Ross on Saturday 19th March to take part in a Treasure Hunt around the park

Kilmore Athletic Club

On Easter Sunday morning we are holding a fun mile dash in aid of the Kilmore Quay RNLI. The Kids (U14) run starts at 10.45, cost €2; the Adults mile starts at 11am, cost €5. Join in Kilmore Quay Village in aid of a great cause. Lots of prizes & refreshments.

SCOPE Office hours

Due to staff holidays the Kilmore SCOPE Information Office in the AOH hall in Bridgetown will be closed on Mondays over the next few weeks. We apologise for this inconvenience. Our Tuesday and Wednesday opening hours will remain as normal from 11am to 2pm.

Taghmon/ Camross

Dancing at Camross

The April dance will be held on Friday 1st April in Camross Ballroom from 10pm to 12 midnight. You can dance the night away to the music and song of Peter Burke, who will visit Camross for the first time. A large number of dance enthusiasts have requested Peter's visit so finally we have him pencilled in for Friday 1st (it's not an April Fools joke). Admission is €8 including The Tea. See you there.

Camross ICA

A very successful Irish Night was held in Rochford's lounge, Camross on Saturday 19th March. A huge thanks to the following people who provided music and song on the night, Ann McClean, Mary Goodison, Ann Redmond, Liz Doyle, George Donavan, and Michael Griffin. Thanks to Colette for the use of her premises once again, thanks to all who provided raffle prizes and refreshments and finally thanks to all who supported the event which was in aid of 2016 Senior Citizens Party.

Camross Drama group

Camross Hall committee are delighted to announce that Camross Drama group will perform its hilarious three act comedy 'Its the Real McCoy' in the hall on Sunday, 17th April at 8pm.The group will also be performing in St. Michael's Hall, Wexford, 9th and 10th April, Horse and Hound, Ballinaboola, 21st and 22nd April and Fethard on Sea, 30th April and 1st May.

gaa club notes

Well done to our Intermediate football team who started the League campaign with a 0-8 to 1-05 draw against St Fintans over the weekend. Next Saturday our Intermediate hurlers play St James in Mersheen at 3pm.

Our Club Lotto is on this Tuesday night when the Jackpot is €2,900, please have your tickets in the Centre at 7.30pm.

Our Club presentation night will not now take place next Easter Sunday night due to unforseen circumstances. It will now take place at a later date.

Our Club Development draw and Caberet will now take place in the Centre on Saturday night 2nd April at at 8pm.

coiste na nog

Well done to the U8 hurlers who played their final matches in the Ballymitty tournament last saturday.They got presented with medals and had a great day.No training this week due to the tops being on in the centre.Training will resume wednesday 30th March 6.30-7.30pm.texts will be sent later in the week to confirm whether its hurling or football.

The U14s participated in the Feile Peil na nOg over the weekend in Taghmon,They played 3 games, Unfortunately they did not progress to the next level but a great effort was displayed by the lads.

Well done to the minor hurling team who had a good win over Blackwater on Sunday last.Munna Abbain Gaels had the upper hand in the first half scoring some very good scores.Blackwater fought back in the second half but Munna Abbain Gaels pushed on with a good team performance to secure the win. Munna Abbain Gaels 3-14 Blackwater 2-8.

South East Tops

The South East Tops takes place this Monday and Wednesday nights in the Center at 7.30. The groups taking part on the two nights are Adamstown, Kilrane /Rosslare Harbour and Taghmon, if your still looking for tickets please call 086 8369047, we wish all groups the best of luck on stage as its sure to be three great show's with loads of entertainment.

community games

Congratulations to all who represented Taghmon in the art and handwriting county finals in Castlebridge. Well done to Aimee Clarke who was 3rd in her art competition. Philip Doyle won his handwriting competition and now goes on to represent Wexford in Athlone in the all Ireland finals. Congratulations Philip.

The local athletics will be on in April. Date to follow shortly. See our Facebook page for more details.

Wexford People

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