Mar 2

Pallaskenry G.AA Lotto: Numbers drawn on February 20 were; 3, 5, 14 and 25.There was no winner. Lucky dips of €25 were won by: Chris McMahon, Toby Roche, Brian Barry and Jackie O Connell. Seller’s prize was won by Kiely’s Supermarket. Next weeks jackpot will be €13,800 and draw will take place in Corner House.

Pallaskenry G.AA Lotto: Numbers drawn on February 20 were; 3, 5, 14 and 25.There was no winner. Lucky dips of €25 were won by: Chris McMahon, Toby Roche, Brian Barry and Jackie O Connell. Seller’s prize was won by Kiely’s Supermarket. Next weeks jackpot will be €13,800 and draw will take place in Corner House.

Pallaskenry AFC Lotto: Numbers drawn on February 19 were: 1, 7, 15 and 19. There was no winner. Lucky dips of €25 were won by: Keith Enright, Deirdre Clarke, Leonard Sheehan, Brian Barry, Peter Delap, Shirley Barry, Cluain Mhuire, Sean O Donoghue and Adrian Guerin. Next weeks jackpot will be €20,000 and draw will take place in Clancy’s bar.

The Witness: The Witness, a musical by Carol & Jimmy Owens. The Witness is the story of Jesus, told and sung by Peter and the other men and women who knew the Master best. Featuring a great cast and coordinated by Fr. Terry Loughran. “The Witness” a musical will be presented by the diocese of Limerick in the Lime Tree Theatre, Mary Immaculate College, on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th March at 8pm.This production which is being staged just before Easter is an ideal opportunity for parishes, youth groups, as well as individuals to participate in a meaningful and relevant way in the Year of Faith and to enter into the spirit of the season of preparation for the events of Holy Week. Young people would particularly enjoy this musical. Tickets can be booked at The Lime Tree Box Office at 061 774774 or www.limetreetheatre.ie at €15 each.

Relics of St. John Bosco: For the first time ever, the relics of St. John Bosco arrive in Copsewood, Pallaskenry on Friday 1st March 2013. It will be a great opportunity to revisit the joyful spirituality of the founder of the Salesians, and be inspired once again. Our focus will not be on the relic itself, but the blessing which his “presence” among us brings. His relics have been the source of blessings and healings, and will be on view in the College Sports Hall. The timetable for the programme is: Friday 1st March morning till 1pm: Primary Schools, then Secondary and Agricultural colleges. Friday Afternoon: Open to the public. Friday Evening: Prayer Services on the hour from 6pm to 10pm and with Don Bosco Mass at 8pm. All are welcome.

ICA: allaskenry ICA will hold a coffee morning in the community centre on Saturday 2nd March from 11am to 12.30pm. All welcome. Bring a friend or neighbour for a chat and a cuppa. Old ICA books available to view and a display of events run by the new ICA guild.

Defibrillator Training: Defibrillator training will be held in the community centre on Tuesday 5th March at 8pm. For further information or to book your place please contact either Michael O Sullivan at 393204 or Damien Gaumont at 0879086676.

Litter Pick: A litter pick of the village and surrounding area will take place on Saturday 2nd March at 11am starting from the community centre. All help would be very welcome.

Community Games: Congratulations to the U14 draughts team who won gold at the county finals on Saturday last. They now go on to represent Limerick at the Munster finals in Tralee on 30th March. Team was: Jai Chaudri, Tadhg O Shaughnessy, Aisling O Shaughnessy, Naoise McGarrigle, Ross Cusack, Darragh O Brien and Micheal Cuddihy, manager Eanna McGarrigle.

Table Tennis: there were 2 Table Tennis teams in action in Shanagolden on Friday last. The black team of Micheal Cuddihy, Jamie Hickey, Ciaran Downes, J J Mulcair and Adam Gibbs were unlucky not to make it to the next round of competition, while the red team of Conor Bourke, John McGuinness, Aaron O Donovan, Sean Galvin and Rory Cullen qualified for the semi finals. Well done and thanks to their managers Sean Cuddihy and John Mangan.