BAZAAR FOR CAMROSS
A May Bazaar will be held in Camross Hall on Sun. 13th May from 1pm to 4pm. All the usual stalls will be present, bottle, cake, Bric a Brac, raffle, teas, also card, photography, make up, motor parts and garden stands will be present.watch this space for more news on the Bazaar.
The May fowl and small animal fair will be held in Camross Hall car park on Sunday 13th May from 1pm to 4pm. More news later.
Six members of Camross ICA, Maggie Morrissey, Alice Codd, Bridget Kennedy, Mary and Margt Nolan and Breda demonstrated their favourite crafts in Enniscorthy Castle on Saturday 21st April. Knitting, Crochet, Patchwork, Flower Arranging and Topiary were greatly admired by all who visited the castle
Walk the World: Camross ICA will hold a walk on Sundayt 29th April for ACWW 'Walk the World'. ACWW is the largest International organisation for rural women offering support, friendship and practical help.
All are welcome to join the Camross ladies as women all over the world are encouraged to walk at some time during 29th May. The walk will commence at 9.30am from Camross Hall.
The AGM was held in the Old School, Caroreigh on Wednesday 18th April last with Fr. David presiding.
Officers and committee for the coming year are as follows: President, Des Waters, Chairperson, Breda Banville, Vice Chairperson, Paddy O'gorman, Secretary, Peggy Doyle, Ass. Secretary, Eileen Hannon, Treasurer, Breda Nolan, Ass. Treasurer, Pat O'callaghan, PRO, Breda Banville, Committee, the above plus Fr. David Murphy, Michael O'gorman, Michael Stafford, Maggie Crosbie, Breda Breen, Mary Brown, Maeve Doyle and Dympna Kelly.
Chairperson congratulated all involved in Passion Play with special congrats to director Michael Stafford.
Play readings will be held in Old School on Wednesday 2nd May at 8pm, anyone interested in getting involved in One Act fundraiser are very welcome to come along.
DANCING AT CAMROSS
The May dance will be held on Friday 4th May from 10pm to 12 midnight with The Dreamers providing the music. This will be their first trip to Camross and are sure to bring along a large group of followers. Admission is €8 inc. Tea and cake.
Well Done to our U15 badminton Team who travelled to Carlow last Sunday to play St Lazerians, carlow in the first round of Leinster. The Taghmon team displayed some excellent skills and determination, taking every set.
Girls Doubles was won by Clodagh Dunne and Clodagh Dempsey Taghmon 21:5, 21:7 Boys Doubles won by Brandon and Ryan Cogley Taghmon 21:12, 21:13. First Mixed Doubles Won by Elsa DunlopDoyle and James Mckenzie 21:8, 21:7 2nd Mixed Doubles Won by Clodagh Dunne and Ryan Cogley Taghmon 21:14, 21:14 3rd Mixed Doubles Won by Clodagh Dempsey and Brandon Cogley Taghmon 21:14, 21:18
Well done to all and we would like to wish the team the very best of luck in the Leinster Semi/finals next week.
COISTE NA NOG
U10/9 Hurlers: Well done to both sets of teams who won there respective practice matches last Tues in Glynn V Glynn/barntown.
Recent Results: Minor Footbal Div 4 - Drew with Duffry Rovers 2-11 to 3-8Under 12 Football Div 1 - Beat St Martins 5-8 to 2-11Under 14 Football Div 2 - Drew with Volunteers 2-4 to 1-7Under 16 Football Div 2 - Beat Ballynastragh Gls 4-6 to 2-10.
Upcoming Fixtures: Thursday 26th April Under 14 Hurlers in Taghmon 7pm v Rathgarogue-cushinstown; Sunday 29th April Under 16 Hurling in Bellfield 11am v Rapparees.
Underage Soccer facebook: Check out the new facebook page Taghmon Utd Junior Club if you have not already done so. Please remember the more we get to join the more we can do with the page so spread the word to your friends and family and get as many as possible to join and watch the page develop even more.
Boys U14: on Saturday 14th April Taghmon took on All Blacks after a great start the team went 2-0 up. Luke Sinnott and Stephen O'gorman went off trough injury with a lot of players playing out of their positions Taghmon went on to win 3-1. This win put Taghmon into 2nd in the league. Scorers were Stephen O'keeffe, Darren Hayden,& Shane Lacey.
On Tuesday 17th Taghmon took on Curracloe in the cup after a terrible start Taghmon were 3-0 down after 15 minutes but after that Taghmon took control of the game Darren Hayden got one back before half time. A great free kick from Luke Sinnott made it 2 --3 but as hard as Taghmon tried, time ran out for them, the whole team should be very proud of themselves as Curracloe are a first divison team and they were lucky to come away with the win.
Boys U11: The boys went out of the cup to Courtown Hibs this week in a game played at home in terrible conditions last Tues evening. This encounter went all the way and was decided by penalties as it was 1 goal each after extra time. The tie was eventually decided by a single penalty and even though the team lost its first game of the season this was another great performance against a team in a division higher in the league, so well done boys!
TAGHMON GOLF SOCIETY
We had another great day's golfing on Saturday in Macreddin golf course when 46 players took part and scoring was high. The results are as follows: 1st Robert Murphy, 2nd Denis Kane, 3rd Frankie Morrisey, Gross Edward Cousins, Cat1 Rory Murphy, Cat2 Seamus Mcloughlin, front nine Larry Curtain, back nine Joe Cash, nearest the pin Ger O'neill, visitor Joey Wadding. There were three winners of the twos club Donie O Brien David Curtain Robert Murphy. Our next outing is to Mount Wolseley on Sunday 20th May, tee times from 11am to 12.30pm, please contact a member of the committee for places.
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE
The next GROW meeting will take place on 26th April at 10:30am
POSITIVE LIVING: this course has started on Wednesday mornings from 10:30am. Some of the highlights of this new 6 week course will be, Lose the 'jelly belly' this summer, Great motivation, confidence building and self-esteem building tips weekly, posture, walking techniques, home workout.
Fun, relaxed and extremely social gathering with fantastic group support for all ladies and group discussions on the multiple women's issues regarding positive health and lifestyle.
MEN'S SHED: The men are moved into their own premises in the industrial park. They are busy making work benches and sourcing equipment.
Donations of tools, equipment, chairs etc would be most welcome. Any man interested in getting involved can contact Ray at the FRC for more information on 9134465
COUNSELLING SERVICES: these are now available at the Centre on Mondays and Wednesdays. Contact Trish on 087 7719984 or contact the Centre on 053 9134465. Check out our website www.taghmonfrc.ie
MEN'S BREAKFAST MORNING: on Friday from 10am to 12 noon. New male members are always welcome.
WOMEN'S SOCIAL GROUP: continues on Monday mornings from 10:30am. The ladies are enjoying their craft lessons with Bridget Kennedy. New members are always welcome and for further information contact Mary at 053 9134465.