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Thursday 14 December 2017

TAGHMON/ CAMROSS

LADIES FOOTBALL

Our u12 girls met Ballygarrett in the County Final in Oylegate on Saturday last and in spite of tireless committment in which every player gave of their best they failed to get the upper hand of Ballygarrett who won on a scoreline of 7-3 to 3-5.

Hard luck to these young determined players whose dedication was second to none. Hard luck also to team manager, Bernard O'Gorman and his mentors as they gave one hundred percent to this squad.

The u16 girls had a great semi final win over Horeswood during the last week, winning with a score of 6-7 to 3-2. Scorers on the day were Eadaoin Cadogan 2-1, Jackie Curran 2-1, Ailish Sinnott 1-2, Cliona Banville 1-0, Clodagh Kent 0-2 and Sinead Rowe 0-1. The girls will meet St. Fintans in the co. final on a date to be arranged.

The u14 girls met St. Annes in the semi final and were victorious winning well with a score of 5-7 to 1-3 and they now meet Horeswood in the final which will be held in St. Patricks Park on Sat 2nd Oct at 12 noon. We wish every success to all teams.

TABLE QUIZ

Camross Drama group will hold its annual Table Quiz in Taghmon/Camross GAA complex on this Friday 24th September. Table of four €20, raffle and spots with Shay Hannon as quiz master. Your support would be appreciated.

DANCING AT CAMROSS

The October dance will be held in Camross hall on Friday 1st October with music by El Paso. Dancing will be from 10pm to 12midnight and admission is €10.

TAGHMON ICA

Taghmon ICA guild held their first meeting of the new season last Wednesday night in the Scout Hall.

We were all delighted to meet again after our Summer break and a very warm welcome was extended to Nora Murphy, our newest member. Condolences were extended to Chris Whitty on the death of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Eagers, who died during the summer.

Extensive discussion took place regarding strategies and agenda for the coming year, the aim being to make this a very productive and fulfilling 2010 - 2011 session for our guild and community.

Our speakers at the meeting were Stella and Johnny of Kilmore RNLI. They gave us a great insight into the training, risks and dangers, and of course the complete lack of funding from central government for their vital rescue service. The fact that it is a local service has often meant the difference between life and death for fishermen and seafaring pleasure seekers alike. Thank you to Joan for organising their visit.

Refreshments were provided by Helen and Florence. Marie Keane won the raffle and Joan Dier won our monthly competition. Well done to both. Next month's competition is "My pet aversion (hate) in 5 words or less "

Please bring your filled Shoe Boxes to our October meeting. Looking forward to seeing everybody there and new members very welcome.

CAMROSS ICA

The guild held a meeting on September 6th. The guild president Breda Banville welcomed everyone back after the summer break, She also welcomed back Mary Bolger, Alice Codd and Mary Margaret Roche after illness. A warm welcome was also extended to new member Bríd Fanning.

Sympathies were extended to Breda Nolan, Mary G Kelly, Dympna Kelly, Micheal and Mary Doyle Camross, relatives of the late Pat Murphy Barmoney, and the late Bessie Ffrench, a former Camross ICA guild member and all those recently bereaved.

Breda Whelan spoke about the recent guild visit to Carrigbyrne farm, Describing it as very interesting. Alice Whitty spoke about the guilds day outing which took in leighlenbridge arboretum, Nicholas Moss pottery, Moth To a Flame candle making company and Kilkenny. A great day was had by all.

Breda also congratulated the guild members for their participation in the federation competitions achieving the highest marks resulting in the award of the mether cup.

Marian Donnelly gave an interesting account on her recent visit to the Aras an uachataran with lots of photographs to relive the occasion. Eimear Grace representing wellbeing based in the Stanville Lodge Hotel gave on interesting talk on Reiki, Reflexology, and massage therapy. Marian Donnelly thanked Eimear for coming and wished her continued success.

The competition of the nicest selection of garden flowers in a mug was won by Breda Whelan. Raffle winners were Alma Roche and Margaret O'Gorman, Poulpeasty. Thanks to the tea hostesses Margaret Kelly and Margaret O'Gorman Carroreigh.

The art classes will resume on Wednesday the 22nd September in Camoross Hall 7-9pm. There will be a tidy up of the Camross garden Saturday 2nd of October 2pm.

Next guild meeting October the 4th in Camross hall 8pm, as always new members most welcome.

TAGHMON SOCCER NOTES

U12 Wexford Schoolboys league: The U12's travelled away to Cloughbawn at the weekend for their 2nd game of the season. After an encouraging start with early goals from Luke Sinnott (2) and Anto Roche they went into the half time 31 up.

Cloughbawn clawed their way back into the game and both sides were level with under ten minutes to go. Danny Winters increased Taghmons lead but Cloughbawn pulled it level again.

It was a very exciting finish with Taghmon having a chance to snatch it at the end but the ball was cleared of the line. Final score 4-4. Taghmon although unlucky to concede the goals played extremely well most notably Stephen O Gorman and Sean O Keeffe

Team: Jack Banville, Eoin Mc loughlin, Darren Hayden, Stephen O'Gorman, Sean O'Keeffe, Stephen O'Keeffe, Luke Sinnott, David O'Keeffe, Shane lacy, James Handly, Anto Roche. Subs - Luke Boylan for Shane lacey, Danny Winters for James Handly and Dean Barnwell for Eoin McLoughlin

U10's: Both the 1st and 2nd teams will be in action at home to Forth Celtic this Saturday with kick off at 11am. Training will continue to run on a Monday night at 6pm.

VINTAGE CLUB RUN

The Dick Williams Memorial tractor run is on Sunday 3rd October, leaving Taghmon Community Centre, at 11am. All are welcome.

SOME ENCHANTED EVENING

A spectacular night's entertainment by Taghmon Musical Society will be held on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th October in the Community Centre at 8 p.m. Tickets are available from the secretary at 087 2462720. Adults €10 Children €5.

Musical theatre comes to life in this unique production so don't miss it.

BADMINTON

Taghmon BC is off to a very good start every Monday/ Thursday Night. U12's 6.45p.m - 8 p.m., Teenagers 8-9pm, Adults 9 till late. Children please bring bottled water to Badminton, as there is no leaving the hall. Mobile Phone use is not alloweed during Badminton. Phones will be confiscated.

Well done to Clodagh Dunne U11, Ciara Dunne U17 who who the Girls Doubles in Sligo. Ulster U117 Open well done to Clodagh Kent on reaching the Finals of the Girls Singles. Well done to Nicholas Murphy on reaching the quarter finals.

October Dates for Diary - 2/3, Oct B Juvenile Tournament, Baldoyle, 9/10 Ulster U13 Open Lisburn, 23/24, 29/30 Dublin Juvenile Open, Terenure College. 2/10 Closing Date for Mixed League Entries, 19th Start of Mixed League, Friday 30th Closing date for entries to Juvenile Round Robin.

UNDERAGE GAA NEWS

The U14 boys played their Hurling final against Ballygarret in Wexford Park last Sunday morning. Unfortunately this was not to be their day and were beaten by a strong Ballygarret team.

The team was unlucky not to have scored a couple more goals which might have changed the direction of the game. The boys can be proud of their effort on the day and they all gave 100%. With only 2 players from the panel overage next year they have a lot to look forward to.

The mentors, Barry McGrath, Dareen Deering and Johnny Waters would like to thank the boys for their commitment during the year and to everybody who supported the team not only in the Final but during the summer also.

U8 boys: Well done to the 2 boy's football teams who won their respective finals in the Horeswood football league last Saturday in Campile.

The older boys won their game against Gusserane 3-3 to 1-2. There was only a point separating the teams until late in the second when the boys finished strong with 2 well taken goals. (Ryan Cashin 1-1, Callum Goddard 0-2, Cathal Murphy 1-0, Markie Doyle 1-0)

The younger boys also played against Gusserane in what was another very tight game in which they won 2-0 to 0-0. The scorers on the day were James Kelly and Maurice Cogley.

This was the last game of the year for the u8 boys and David Foley and the mentors would like to thank all the boys for their effort, commitment and good behavior since January. A big thank you also to the parents/adults who supported the kids and drove them to and from training and matches

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