Askeaton/ballysteen community council lotto draw: There was no jackpot winner. The numbers drawn were 7, 10, 26 and 27. The lucky dip winners were EileenO’Connor c/o N Allen, Jimmy Healy c/o Post Office, John Jnr Loughnane/D Doupe c/o M McKnight, Mairead McKnight c/o M McKnight. Next week’s jackpot is €5,900 and the venue is Downes Bar.
Ballysteen lotto draw: There was no jackpot winner. The numbers drawn were 6, 8, 15 and 23. The lucky dip winners were Ailish Neville c/o J Neville, Patricia Morrisroe c/o P Holland, Maureen Meade c/o P McDonagh, Chrissie Braddish c/o PJ. Next week’s jackpot is €3,600 and the venue is Hallinan’s.
ASkeaton gaa lotto: There was no jackpot winner. The numbers drawn were 1, 6, 10 and 18. The lucky dip winners were Noel Horgan c/o Larry Meade, mary Wilmott c/o Peg Kenny, Mary O’Niell c/o Hallinan’s , Sorcha Cregan c/o TJ McDonagh. Promoters prize Larry Meade. Next week’s jackpot is €11,400 and the venue is Cagney’s.
Chiropody clinic: Ms Marie Toomey will attend the Health Centre, Plenkett Road on Tuesday, February 11 at 10 am. To book appointment please contact Breda Kelly on 086-3481586 on or before Monday, February 10.
Wanted: A history of the Community Council / Muintir na Tire si being compiled. A lot of minutes are missing particularly the early years 1948- 1960 and 1970-1987. Memorabilla from those periods would help to fill the missing gaps. If you can throw any light on this or have memory of this time please contact Noelle Dalton on 086-0812891.
Bord na nog AGm: Our annual AGM will be held on Tuesday, February 4 at 8pm. It will be held in the clubhouse.
The Bord na nOg are looking for managers for under-10 football and under-12 hurling. If you are interested please contact Mairead Lee Barry on 087-9884062. Also if there are any volunteers to help out with under-6 hurling please contact Edel O’Keffe.
Cois Sionna Credit Union Monster quiz: The 2014 credit union schools quiz will be held on Saturday, February 1 at 4.30pm in Askeaton Community Hall. All are welcome.
Breda Shanahan Chiropodist: available in Cappagh. For appointment on 087-6504340. Evening and weekend appointments available.
Askeaton AFC: Last man standing: €500 to winner, entry fee is €10 - All cards to be returned to Tony (086-1006306) or Gary (085-1058950) by January 29th.
All support is much appreciated. Week 1 kicks off on Saturday, February 1. Email email@example.com for more details.
Draw results: €1,000 Jimmy Walsh, Askeaton; Greenheat Fuel Voucher Ann Dundon, Askeaton; Tasty Bit Voucher Pat O’Connell, Askeaton; €50 Sean and Kay Kelly, Askeaton; Whiskey Eileen Carrig, Askeaton; 2 bottles of liquer and chocolates Ronnie Kelly, Askeaton; €50 Shona Carrig, Askeaton; 2 bottles of wine Hughie O’Donnell, Askeaton; Biscuits sweets John O’Shaughnessy, Askeaton; vodka and biscuits Ailbhe Martin, Askeaton; two bottles wine Brian Corrigan, Askeaton and €50 Caroline Danaher, Askeaton.
Private members draw is held on the last Friday of each month. Date of next draw is January 31. Guaranteed €1,000, first prize plus many more fantastic prizes. Get your ticket for €10 from any committee member.
Ballysteen Medal presentation and table quiz: On Firday, February 7 at 8pm at Top of theTown, Askeaton. There will be a medal presentation to the West Senior Champions and West Minor Champions (Ballysteen/St Senan’s) which will be held in conjunction with our annual table quiz. Tables of four are €20.
10K run/walk: Our annual 10K run/walk now in its third year and going from strenght to strength, will be held on Saturday, June 7 at 11am. Registration will be at Ballysteen Clubhouse from 9.45am, scenic 10k course finishing at the gate of the sportsfield, 5k route also available. For all enquiries on the above events, please call or text 086-8392353.
Coláiste Mhuire News: Past Pupils return to Coláiste Mhuire
On Thursday January 23, five past pupils returned to Coláiste Mhuire to give 6th year students an insight into college life. Sinead Long, David Hayes, Jamie McCarthy, Shannon O’Sullivan and Steven Carrig spoke about the challenges students face during the transition from second level to third level. They gave advice on how to study, explaining the importance of planning and organisation in order to reduce stress, especially when it comes to meeting deadlines. They spoke about college life and the many new opportunities that opened up for them academically and personally. The 6th years found the presentation very interesting, especially coming from the perspective of students who went to school in Coláiste Mhuire. We would like to sincerely thank all five speakers for giving their time, and giving something back to the school!
Aptitude Evaluation for 1st Yrs 2014
The Aptitude Evaluation for incoming 1st Year students (September 2014) will take place in the school on Saturday, 1st February, 2014 at 10am sharp.