Mar 9

Luke Keane

Reporter:

Luke Keane

run for your wife: At the weekend in Knocknagoshel Community centre The Spike Players performed the 2 act hilarious comedy “Run For Your Wife “ to full houses . The play will be staged again this coming week-end the 9th and 10th March . at 8p sharp. Tickets are only €10

run for your wife: At the weekend in Knocknagoshel Community centre The Spike Players performed the 2 act hilarious comedy “Run For Your Wife “ to full houses . The play will be staged again this coming week-end the 9th and 10th March . at 8p sharp. Tickets are only €10

Prayer Meeting: There was a large congregation present in St Mary’s Church Knocknagoshel on Sunday last where a Prayer Meeting was conducted by Moss and Janic Carrig. Many came long journeys to attend this Prayer Meeting.

Late Denis Danaher: Killmallock native Denis Danaher was laid to rest in St Mary’s cemetery Knocknagoshel on Sunday last. Down through the years Denis had been a personnel friend of the Charley Curtin family Knights mountain especially Eamon. Sympathy is extended to all his relatives and friends.

Kerry v Kildare: All Kerry Gaels who travelled to Newbridge on Sunday last for the Kerry v Kildare National League were disappointed Kerry did not at least get a draw. This was a big improvement on recent performances by the Kingdom. Slowly but surely the management seem to be making progress but some more pruning will have to be undertaken.

At Funeral: It was in Knockane Cemetery last week at the burial of Dave Halpin we metup with an old friend Tom Curtin . A native of Meenleitrim , Knocknagoshel, Tom is nowadays based down in county Limerick. For many years Tom was a leading contractor in England and the late Dave Halpin was an employee of his and also a great friend . Nowadays Tom pays an odd trip to New York to visit his brother Timmy and his wife Betty.

Late Tom Keane: It was with much sadiness and sorrow we learned recently of the sudden death of that wonderful follower of Kerry football Tom Keane of Cahersiveen. Along with his wife Nuala he was a familiar figure at all Gaa venues. He certainly will be sadly missed . Sympathy is extended to all his relatives and friends.