Mar 2

Billy Lenihan

Reporter:

Billy Lenihan

West Limerick Indoor Bowls Club: On Tuesday, February 19, three members competed in a bowls competition in Cork and went through to the next round. On Thursday, February 21, the Shannon bowls club were invited to play a friendly match with us. A most enjoyable afternoon was had by both clubs. We have been invited to play at the Shannon club in the near future. New members are always welcome. If you are interested please contact 069 81936.

West Limerick Indoor Bowls Club: On Tuesday, February 19, three members competed in a bowls competition in Cork and went through to the next round. On Thursday, February 21, the Shannon bowls club were invited to play a friendly match with us. A most enjoyable afternoon was had by both clubs. We have been invited to play at the Shannon club in the near future. New members are always welcome. If you are interested please contact 069 81936.

DEATH: The death occurred at Tralee General Hospital on Wednesday, February 20 of Mrs Elizabeth Leahy of Ballycommane. Lizzie Leahy was a real lady, who made a lasting impression on all who knew her. Anyone who ever worked at her home, spoke very highly of this calm, peaceful lady, who worked hard inside and outside the home. Lizzie was very much a family oriented lady, who enjoyed all family occasions. She was a good neighbour who was interested in reading and watching TV.

She had a deep faith, the Mass and prayer were central to her life. She endured her short illness very well and passed to her eternal reward surrounded by her family.

Lizzie’s remains were removed from Roche’s Funeral Home on Thursday night to St. Patrick’s Church in Tournafulla on Friday, her requiem Mass was concelebrated by Fr O’Gorman and Fr Michael Daly. Afterwards her remains were laid to rest in the local cemetery. We say a fond farewell to a lady who lived all her life in the locality.

To her husband Danny, sons Danny and Patrick, daughters Eileen (Reidy), Alice and Betty (Kelly), daughter-in-law Veronica, sons-in-law Terence and Davy, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, brother Jimmy, sisters-in-law, relatives, neighbours and friends, we extend our sincere sympathy. Ar dheis lámh Dé go raibh a h-anam dhílis.

TABLE QUIZ: The final Table Quiz in the current series will take place in Kelly’s Bar on this Friday night, March 1, beginning at 9.30pm. The members of the committee of the Development Association would appreciate your support.

MASS TIMES: Please note that the vigil Mass on this Saturday night will be at 7.30pm in the Church of the Assumption in Mountcollins and Mass will take place in St. Patrick’s Church, Tournafulla at 11am on Sunday.

TRÓCAIRE: Carol Ballantine a young, vibrant volunteer from Dublin addressed the congregation at Mass at the weekend on the wonderful work being done by Trocaire. Your contribution is helping communities to work their way out of poverty. Trocaire boxes are available from the table at the back of the chapel.

Out of every euro collected, 91 cent goes on direct charitable expenditure, eight cent is spent on fundraising and publicity activities, one cent is spent on administration costs.

CÉILÍ: The next Céilí will take place in Halla Tadgh Gaelach on Friday, March 15. Music by Johnny Reidy. Dancing start 9.30. Teas and refreshments served.

CARDS: The winners at last weeks cards with nine games were: Patrick and Ricks; 2nd with eight games each were Ger Collins and Mike Scanlon; Ita Garvey and John O’Sullivan. The table prize winners were Aeneas Forde and Billy Phillips; Pa Quillegan and Donal Mulcahy; John and Mike. Those lucky in the raffle were: 1, Billy Phillips; 2, Donal Mulcahy; 3, Mary Brennan and 4, John Hartnett.

GAA: The first Club Development Draw will take place on this Friday night, March 8 in Patrickswell at 10.30 p.m.

UNDER 21: The under 21 hurlers of Allaghaun Gaels (Tournafulla/Templeglantine), get the competitive season underway on Sunday when they take on Newcastle West in the West League championship. We wish them the very best of luck.