Sunday 20 October 2019



You are invited to a coffee morning in the Stella Maris on Sunday October 30th from 11am - 2pm in aid of Sr Carla's palliative care programme in Uganda. Come and share a cuppa with friends and at the same time reach out to those in greater need than ourselves. This will be an extra special coffee morning with cake and book stalls, some handcraft stalls and lots of Hallow 'een goodies. Hope to see you there, and bring a friend if you can. Donations of cakes greatly appreciated. RACKARD LEAGUE

Congratulations to the boys Rackard League team who are on a great role beating Bannow, Cushinstown, Fethard in recent weeks. Well done boys!

The girls Rackard League team are through to the county semi-final after three wins in a row beating Piercestown/Murrintown, Castlebridge and Rathangan. Well done girls. BOOK FAIR

The book fair takes place in Klmore School this week, running from Monday to Thursday October 17th-20th. It is a great opportunity to share the reading experience with your child in a positive way. Opening times are 9.15-9.40am, 2.30-3.30pm with late opening Wednesday from 6.30pm8.30pm. Please support our book fair. LADIES FOOTBALL

Kilmore Ladies football club will hold a club meeting next Friday, October 21st at 8.30pm in the clubrooms. All players u16 upwards and mentors are asked to attend. End of year presentation night will be discussed. Anyone interested in getting involved with any team next season are also welcome to attend or you can contact chairperson Terese Neville on 087 9321716 or secretary Mary Kehoe on 087 7564888. HALLOWEEN WORKSHOP

Join us in this fang-tastic Halloween workshop for lots of treats. in the Stella Maris Community Centre, Kilmore Quay on Saturday 29th October. Cost €15. Family discount. 4 -12yrs. Run by fully qualified Art teacher Booooking required Phone / Text Orla 086 3768204.

Design and make a monster lantern inspired by your favourite moshi monster and lots more fun and games! ART CAMP

There is a week of Card Making Scrapbooking Decorative painting Fabric Art in Kilmore Hall for 6-13 year olds Mid-Term Break 1st-4th November, cost € 50 Refreshments included. Phone 086 3506384 (Jane). LOTTOS

The All Blacks Lotto was not won on Monday October10th. Numbers were 4,16,18,25. One match 3 winner Rebecca Foley. The jackpot was €15,000 last Monday night in The Half Way House.

Kilmore Uniteds Lotto was not won on Monday October 10th. Numbes were 2,8,12,18. there were 5 match 3 winners Jim Jones, Jimmy Barry, Leanora Roche, Bernie Devlin,and Peter Lambert. The jackpot was €1,40 last Monday night in Quigley's lounge.

The Community Lotto was not won on Tuesday October 11th. Numbes were 9,12,20,28. There was no match 3 winner. The jackpot was €6,200 last Tuesday night in The GAA clubrooms. DARTS

It's getting near to Christmas time as the Darts ae staring next Saturday October 22nd at 9.30pm for Turkeys and Hams at Quigleys Bar . Everyone very welcome to come along and to try and win your Christmas dinner.Darts will be on every Sat night up to Christmas. 21ST WISHES

Belated 21st wishes go to Paul Wickham, Lanaghbeg who celebrated this special Birthday a week last Friday with a party. Paul is Son of Kay and Tony.

Miss Catriona Quigley, Klmore Village also celebrated her 21st last Saturday week with a surprise party at Quigleys Catriona is a daughter of Bernie and Des.

Death The death of Mary Roche formerly from Kilmore Quay took place at Kerlogue Nursing Home . Mary left Kilmore Quay some years ago to live in Rosslare Harbour and then had spent the rest of her time in the Nursing Home. While in Kilmore Quay Mary was a very popular and most liked person and sympathy goes to all her family and friends on their great loss. BITS AND PIECES

Sympathy to Margaret Nisbet Moortown on the death of her father recently. ALL BLACKS AFC

Last Saturday saw a very busy morning at Casey Park. First up were the U6 Boys who played Rosslare Strand and came away 6 - 1 winners. Then we had the U9 boys who, again facing Rosslare Strand, gave us great entertainment in a 10 goal thriller. Despite the good performance, The Blacks were to lose out 6 - 4 to our near neighbours.

The U12 boys then played Shamrock Rovers in a fiercely contested match and were to lose on a 1-0 scoreline. The All Blacks were unlucky not to get something from the game as some fine goalkeeping from the Shamrocks keeper ensured the home team would not get the break they deserved.

Next up were the U12 girls who ran out 2 - 0 winners against Seaview. Last up on the day were the U16 girls against Ballindaggin. Despite an improved performance, the girls were unable to hold on with the visitors taking all 3 points GUILLEMOT GOLF SOCIETY

The latest outing took place at Rathaspeck Golf course, on Sunday October 9th in overcast, but ideal golfing conditions. Winners 1st Berty Bates with 36 points 2nd B McGranaghan with 29 points 3rd Kevin Shiel with 28 points Front Nine Peter Doyle with 17 points Back Nine Paddy Monaghan with 15 points Nearest the pin John Kelly.

The next outing takes place, on Sunday October 23rd at Rathaspeck Golf course. Tee time is 8.30 am. New members are very welcome. Enquires to Barney McGranaghan at 086 8534400 BRIDGETOWN HANDBALL

The inaugural County Wexford 1 Wall Championships took place over the weekend in St Josephs. It is a great game to play and to watch and one that is really taking off all over Ireland and beyond. Pride of place went to Laura-Anne Furlong who took the Women's Open title with a great win over Lorraine Maddock from Piercestown. Well done Laura-Anne. Stevie Lawlor also did well, reaching the Final of the U14 event, only to lose out to Oisin Foley from Castlebridge.

Laura-Anne also got off to a good start in the 40 by 20 Winter League by beating Lorraine last Friday. We also have a number of players taking part in both the Boys U14 and Mens Winter League competitions. There have been a couple of all Bridgetown clashes already with Kevin Shannon, Stevie Lawlor and Ryan Bates coming out on top against Ciaran Busher, Paddy Scallan and Richard Martin Senior respectively. We wish Aaron Wright Power a speedy recovery from torn ligaments he picked up playing rugby recently.

Micheal Busher did very well in the All Ireland Colleges singles 60 by 30 championships, just losing out at the semi-final stage to the current All Ireland Minor title holder Martin Mulkerrins from Galway in a tie break. Micheal had earlier taken a great scalp beating Peter Hughes from Ballyhoge, also in a tie break, in the quarter final. That brings down the curtain on the 60 by 30 season until next May. KILMORE UNITED

The men continued their great start in Division 1 last Sunday with a 5-2 win over Duncannon. A Paul Murphy hat-trick either side of goals from Devin Furlong & Shane Cassidy ensured their promising start continued. The ladies who had began life with 2 wins in Division 1 had a poor day at the office, tamely going down 4-0 against Enniscorthy Town.

On Saturday the u-16 chaps had an impressive 5-1 win at home to Gorey Celtic, the u-12 lads got beat 2-0 in Tombrack, while the u-9's drew 1-1 with Forth Celtic with Ryan Miller-Sinnott getting the goal. The u-10 chaps beat Wexford Albion 3-1 with Conor Roche scoring a hat-trick. Our young u-16 girls team tried hard but had no answer to Shelburne going down 4-0, while our u-12 'A' girls started their league by beating Fastnet 20, Emily Bates & Kira Bates-Crosbie in the goals. Our u-12 reserve girls picked up a point in Cloughbawn after playing our a 00 draw. TOMHAGGARD CENTRE

Night and Day classes which are been offered at Tomhaggard social centre are as follows: Wellness programme with Anne Marie Ferris in the afternoon for mature people incorporating flexibility, movement, gentle exercise, relaxation and fun, stress managment and diet; Languages i.e French, Spanish and Italian; Yoga; Antropology i.e study of civilisation; Furniture restoration making of furniture; African drumming, Rock band drumming and table tennis. For further information please contact Elenor at 087 2074282 or 053 9135117. BALLYHEALY SAC

Ballyhealy SAC are holding the next competition in the Kaats Strand on Sunday October 23rd fishing is from 11am to 3pm. Check in at the entrance to the strand at 10am. Hope to see everyone there. New members welcome for both senior and junior and membership is open for next year. Contact Brian Kinsella on 085-1859944 or Cormac Walsh on 0863540341.

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