Mar 16

MARIAN HALL BLOTTO : Results for Thursday, March 07. Numbers drawn were: 3 10 13 23. The lucky winner of the €6,500 Jackpot was Nora Buckley, Ballybunion. Congratulations. Lucky Dips: €100 Noreen O’Connell, Ahalahana. €50 Niamh & Oisin Healy, Tullahinell View, Ballylongford. €20 each: Mary Stack, Annascaul. Jim Fitz, Woodgrove, Moyvane. Sarah O’Shea, Killelton, Camp. Rose Flannery. Mike Joe Cronin, Mail Road Cross. Free Tickets: Peg Brouder, Kilbaha. Padraig Horan, Moyvane. Mary Holly, Listowel. Maurice Wallace, Glin. Willie Brouder, Kilbaha. This Thursday night’s Jackpot will start at €5,000 and the draw will be held at Bingo in the Marian Hall.

MARIAN HALL BLOTTO : Results for Thursday, March 07. Numbers drawn were: 3 10 13 23. The lucky winner of the €6,500 Jackpot was Nora Buckley, Ballybunion. Congratulations. Lucky Dips: €100 Noreen O’Connell, Ahalahana. €50 Niamh & Oisin Healy, Tullahinell View, Ballylongford. €20 each: Mary Stack, Annascaul. Jim Fitz, Woodgrove, Moyvane. Sarah O’Shea, Killelton, Camp. Rose Flannery. Mike Joe Cronin, Mail Road Cross. Free Tickets: Peg Brouder, Kilbaha. Padraig Horan, Moyvane. Mary Holly, Listowel. Maurice Wallace, Glin. Willie Brouder, Kilbaha. This Thursday night’s Jackpot will start at €5,000 and the draw will be held at Bingo in the Marian Hall.

MOYVANE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION: The A.G.M. of Moyvane Development Association took place recently in the Marian Hall. The following officers were elected: Chairperson: Ursula Enright. Vice Cairperson: Bobby Stack. Secretary: Molly Nolan. Assistant Secretary: Seamus Roche. Treasurers: Mike O’Sullivan and Tom Roche. PRO: Caroline Maune. Youth and School Liaison Officer: Esther Foley. Committee Members: Denny Flathery, Denis O’Connor, Jerry Walsh, Chris Flahavan, Noreen Mc Evoy, Katerina Kellighan, Brenda Kennelly, Katie Galvin, Karina Sweeney, Caroline Hughes and Marion Griffen. Next meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 02 in the Marian Hall at 9pm. April is designated as “national clean up month” so clean ups will be organised in the village, dates to be comfirmed. All are welcome to join and keep Moyvane tidy and litter free.

SENIOR BADMINTON: The Division 3 team defeated Listowel 5-2 in Moyvane. The team was Lisa Sayers, Carmel Hudson , Jeanelle Griffin, Kevin Kennelly, Chris McCarthy, James Sheehan and Dermot Keane. The Division 5 team will contest the Kerry Final v Killarney in Castleisland on Wednesday, April 10. At the Paddy Sugrue Memorial tournament in Tralee on Sunday Timmy O’Flaherty won the Division 5 final and Jamie Elliott and Dan Browne got to the Men’s Final. Micheal Nolan won the Men’s Plate and Eileen Roche won the Ladie’s Plate. Krystle Crowley won the Division 4 Ladie’s Plate.

Munster. Congrats to Joe Coulson and James Fitzgerald on winning the Division 2 U17 Doubles, Joe also was finalist in the Singles. Well done to all.

MURHUR N.S. MOYVANE: Parents who wish to enrol children in Murhur N.S., Moyvane for the school year 2013 - 2014 may collect an Enrolment Application Form at the school from Monday, March 04.

SCOIL CHORP CHROIST, KNOCKANURE: Enrolment Week, 2013. If you wish to enrol your child in Scoil Chorp Chriost, please call to the school during the week of March 18 - 22, between 9.30am & 12.00pm to collect your Enrolment Form. Fáilte Romhaibh!

ART COMPETITION: Knockanure Community Centre is seeking the work of the area’s young artists as it prepares to hold an Easter Themed Art Competition in conjunction with its Annual Easter Party. The Party at the centre is on Sunday, March 31 from 4-6pm. Young Artists are asked to submit their work for consideration before Friday, 22 March. Arts Minister Jimmy Deenihan will judge the Competition at the Easter Party. For more information contact 087 9866533.

LIMERICK WEST GIY: With the aim of inspiring people to grow their own food Limerick West GIY will hold its March meeting on Thursday, March 21 at 7.00pm sharp in D&M Garden Centre, Croagh with new growers and old hands all welcome. This month’s talk will be given by Chris who will speak about cabbage and their versatility in that they can be harvested all year round by planting different varieties. If you love your greens this talk will be excellent for both the new grower and the experienced old hands. There will also be our first seed or plant swap of the season so please bring any unwanted seeds or excess plants and who knows you might just pick up that seed or plant you have been looking for. There is no need to bring anything if you don’t have spares and you can still take what you see during the swap. GIY’s vision is for a healthier, more connected and more sustainable world where people grow their own food. The organisation brings people together in community groups and online to inspire and empower them to grow vegetables. More information from www.giyireland.com.

TAIGEEN’S FAREWELL: For One Night Only: The Premiere of Taigeen’s Farewell will be screened at the Classic Cinema, Listowel on Friday, March 15 at 8.00pm. All profit to be donated to Pieta House, New Centre, Castleisland. Admission €10. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

TEEN SPIRIT CONCERT: North Kerry has its own Teen Spirit Concert scheduled for Wednesday night March, 20 at 8.00pm in St. Mary’s Church, Listowel. Over 30 young people are gathering weekly in St. Patrick’s Hall from Secondary Schools all over North Kerry to sing and dance a mixture of good modern music and Songs of Praise. Mark this date into your diary, this concert is not to be missed!

INFOLINK: Youths Invade Thomond: ‘C’mon Munster’ was the cry heard from the south terrace of Thomond Park on Saturday last, as nearly 400 young people and volunteers cheered on the men in red. Although the result on the pitch may not have been to the fans’ liking it did not stop them from enjoying themselves. ‘We’d a great time and the lads even kept quite when ROG (Ronan O’Gara) was taking his kicks,’ laughed a volunteer. After their Thomond Park exploits, many of the Youth Clubs stopped off at local eateries for a well earned bite to eat before making the trip home. Joe Walsh, LYS, thanked the clubs and Munster Rugby for their support and looked forward to LYS’s next trip to Fortress Thomond. Watergate Community Morning Fun, food and frolics were the order of business at LYS’s John’s St youth space on Friday morning last, for the Watergate Community coffee morning. The morning saw the young and the not so young, sample some of the tasty treats, avail of that all important beauty treatment, catch up on the chat and shoot some pool. Though it was a certain young man by the name of Aidan that proved quite the pool hustler. ‘The morning was a great success and we look forward to more of the same in the months ahead,’ said an excited Mary Duhig, Project Co-ordinator, Irishtown Garda Youth Diversion Project. Speaking exclusively to infolink, Mary expressed her thanks to all those gave up their time to contribute to the community event. Infolink Trivia: Did you know that Trócaire is celebrating its 40th anniversary, just like LYS.

Ballingarry Youth Disco Young people from around Limerick will gather at the Ballingarry Community Hall this Friday, as Ballingarry Youth Club plays host to LYS’s second Youth Disco. The disco, which remains one of LYS most popular events, will see clubs meet for the second time in under a month. Speaking to infolink, Joe Walsh, said ‘young people love meeting their peers from other clubs,’ adding ‘it’s a great opportunity to meet new friends and build friendships.’ Infolink will have more on the Youth Disco in next week’s edition. 40 Years of Youth Fashion for St. Patrick LYS youth clubs and groups are busy putting their final touches to their glam-rags ahead of this year’s St. Patrick’s Day festivities. With LYS celebration its 40th anniversary, the theme for this year is 40 ‘questionable’ years of Youth Fashion, with members past and present strutting their stuff! St. John’s Youth Club and ‘YELLelvis’ will be part of the troupe taking part in Limerick city’s parade. Suzi Cronin, of St. John’s Youth Club, said the excitment is reaching fever pitch beneath the tower. ‘For most of our lads it will be their first taking part and our Junior Leader are taking the lead in organising the event,’ added Suzi. They’ll be joined on O’Connell St by ‘YELLvis’, a creation from the minds of members of LYS’ YELL Group (Youth Empowerment Looks @ Limerick). YELLevis is a life-size model who will be accompanying our YELL Group throughout the year. Meanwhile, Castleconnell Youth Club will be donning their leprechaun costumes in an effort to enter the record books. This year the East Limerick town will attempt to have the most leprechauns in one place on St. Patrick’s Day. Now the question is, where will the pots of gold be left? Martin Duhig of Castleconnell Youth Project has kindly offered their youth space at the ACM as ‘safe place’ to store the gold! Infolink will have plenty of coverage of the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in the coming weeks. Comhairle na nÓg Limerick County Comhairle na nÓg holds its monthly meeting at the County Hall, Dooradoyle, Limerick, this Friday morning from 9:30am. The Comhairle, who are a local youth council, will hold a steering meeting, discuss current projects projects and welcome guest speakers from the Red Ribbon Project.

Over to You As always if you have any comments on this week’s infolink or would like to know more about LYS please contact Dermot at dermott@limerickyouthservice.com or call 061-412444.www.facebook.com/limerickyouthservice @limerickyouth

MASSES FOR THE WEEK: Wednesday, March 13 Mass in Moyvane for William J. O’Connor Dore at 9.15am. Thursday, March 14 Moyvane 7.30pm Johnny Stack. Friday, March 15 Wedding in Moyvane at 1.30pm. Saturday March 16, Mass at 7.30pm in Moyvane for Maureen Kinnane. Sunday, March 17 Knockanure 10.00am Mass for Mossie & Kitty Flaherty. Moyvane 11.00am, Michael & Nellie Kissane. There will be no Mass on Monday, March 18. Tuesday, March 19 Moyvane 7.30pm Private Intention.