May 18

Patrick English 062-

Reporter:

Patrick English 062-

ANGLESBORO WEEKLY 45 DRIVE GAME: 1st prize: Lar Hennebry and Ann Coughlan. 2nd prize; Moss Creed and Jim Murphy. Table prizes: Mick Browne and Rita Noonan, Micky Cleary and Larry English, Mick Kearney and Anthony Hanrahan. Raffle: 1st prize: Willie O’Mahony. 2nd prize: Tom Hogan. 3rd prize: Micky Cleary. Cards - every Tuesday night at 8.45pm.

ANGLESBORO WEEKLY 45 DRIVE GAME: 1st prize: Lar Hennebry and Ann Coughlan. 2nd prize; Moss Creed and Jim Murphy. Table prizes: Mick Browne and Rita Noonan, Micky Cleary and Larry English, Mick Kearney and Anthony Hanrahan. Raffle: 1st prize: Willie O’Mahony. 2nd prize: Tom Hogan. 3rd prize: Micky Cleary. Cards - every Tuesday night at 8.45pm.

KILBEHENNY WEEKLY BINGO: €20: Batt Power, Kay Nolan, Margaret Fahy, Batt Power, K. Coffey, Breda O’Gorman, Michael White, Eileen Slattery divide’ June Byrne, Ann Piggott and Margaret O’Donoghue. €30: Mary Lonergan. €40: Esther Roche, Mary Ann Dalton, Ann Piggott, Eileen Slattery, Kitty Fox, Ann Piggott, R & J O’Donnell, Kathleen Kinsella. €50: Margaret Hannigan. €100: Bridie Burke. Sheets €30: Una McGrath. €100: Eileen O’Callaghan. Raffle: 1st prize €30: Margaret Hannigan. 2nd prize €20: Betty Moloney. 3rd prize €10: Breda Crotty. Free Books - small; E. Browne and large; Pat O’Brien. Monthly sheets €100: Martina Finn, €250: Joan Price. The next monthly sheet will be available on June 2nd June. Bingo – every Sunday night at 8.30pm.

R.I.P: Sincere sympathy is extended to the Keane family of Loughananna Kilbehenny on the death of Donal Keane last weekend more popularly known as Donie of St. Patrick’s Community Hospital, Fermoy, where he had been a patient for about three years. Donie was a great supporter of all things in the parish, particularly the G.A.A. He followed Galtee Gaels and all Limerick teams on every occasion. He would regularly be seen cycling to the G.A.A pitch with his Hurley and slitor. Hurling was his first love and he was thrilled when Galtee Gaels and Galbally – two very strong football traditions came together to form a hurling club under the Galbally banner featuring about half of the team from each parish. Donie got tremendous enjoyment from following this team which eventually went on to capture the County Junior “B” championship. He attended meetings of Galtee Gaels on a regular basis and at the start of every year; he would be one of the first to pay his annual membership fee. He attended all parish functions and always contributed a few songs. Indeed one of his last events to attend was an open night at Col. John O’Mahony Park to view the newly built dressing rooms. He did not disappoint the occasion when he took the “mike” and sang a few songs including his favourite “The Road to Kildare”. Shortly after Donie fell ill and spent the last couple of years in care. His removal took place from O’Sullivans funeral home, Kilbehenny, to St. Joseph’s Church Kilbehenny. Following requiem mass burial took place in the church grounds. His coffin was draped in the Galtee Gaels colours in recognition of his great contribution to the Club. To his brother Pat, sister Margaret and her husband and family, sincere sympathy is extended. Ar deis Lamh De go raibh a h-anam deilis.

WALKERS: Anglesboro Walking group had a very successful trip to Killarney on Saturday last, which involved a very enjoyable walk and a boat trip on the lakes, followed by an evening meal and relaxation before returning home the same night. They have a busy programme this week end also with a dawn chorus in Combaun Wood. Assembly time is at the Combaun Wood car park at 4.30am. It will be led by Michael Lewis. Then on Monday night, it’s off to Glenannar Forest car park, where they will walk the Canon Sheehan Way. It is a two and a half hour moderate walk. It will be led by Gerry and Eileen Kelly.

FIRST HOLY COMMUNION: Wishing the best to the pupils of Kilbehenny National School second class children, who will receive their First Holy Communion on this Saturday in St. Joseph’s Church at 11am mass.

TIDY TOWNS: Anglesboro Tidy Towns and Community Council had to postpone their planned painting of the outside of the Community Hall on Saturday last due to the wet weather. It is hoped to go ahead this Saturday commencing at 8am. If anybody is available on Saturday for any length of time please come along and lend a hand in the spirit of “The Meitheal”. Other work also needs to be done to enhance the village and surrounding area. As the old saying goes “many hands make light work”.

COMMUNITY GAMES: On this Sunday 19th May Anglesboro – Kilbehenny Community Games Committee will hold the Athletics Section of the Games at Col. John O’Mahony Park Kilbehenny, commencing at 2pm. It will feature track and field athletic events for various age groups. All winners will go on to represent the Club in the County stages of these competitions.

G.A.A: Galtee Gaels Junior “B” footballers had a good win over Camogue Rovers in the South Limerick Junior “B” league. The final score was Galtee Gaels 0-14, Camogue Rovers 0-8.

DRAMA: On this Sunday evening, Anglesboro Drama Group will hold their “thank you evening” in Anglesboro Hall. It is after a very successful production of “A Wake in the West”. The Youth Drama section cheques will be presented to charities at this event which commences at 5pm. Certificates will also be presented to the Youth Drama members.