Mar 30

Patrick English 062-

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Patrick English 062-

ANGLESBORO WEEKLY 45 DRIVE GAME: 1st prize: Jim Sullivan and Paschal Noonan. 2nd prize divide: Pauline McGrath and John Morey, Sean Hanley and Lar Hennebry. Table prizes: Moss Hanley and Eddie P. Morriarty, Majella O’Sullivan and Marian Barry and Billy Casey and Mickey Cleary. Raffle: 1st prize: Denis Wallace. 2nd prize: Rita Noonan. 3rd prize: Tom Lyons. Cards - every Tuesday night at 8.30pm.

ANGLESBORO WEEKLY 45 DRIVE GAME: 1st prize: Jim Sullivan and Paschal Noonan. 2nd prize divide: Pauline McGrath and John Morey, Sean Hanley and Lar Hennebry. Table prizes: Moss Hanley and Eddie P. Morriarty, Majella O’Sullivan and Marian Barry and Billy Casey and Mickey Cleary. Raffle: 1st prize: Denis Wallace. 2nd prize: Rita Noonan. 3rd prize: Tom Lyons. Cards - every Tuesday night at 8.30pm.

KILBEHENNY WEEKLY BINGO: €20: Ann O’Donnell, Shania Rice, Kay Russell, Mary Glavin, Margaret Hannigan, Mary Ann Dalton, divide; Rose Nixon and Christy Condon. Divide; Paddy Doody and Roger O’Donnell. Divide; Breda O’Gorman and Nancy Condon. €30: Bridie Macken. €40: Hannah Cott, Eileen Martin, Mary O’Donnell, Mairead McFadden, Breda Fox, Mary Piggott, Betty Relihan, divide; Mary Glavin and Betty Moloney. €50: Betty Stritch. €100: divide; Mary Curran and Florence Fogarty. Sheets €30: Mary Ann Dalton. €100: Mary Condon. Raffle: 1st prize €30: Margaret Hannigan. 2nd prize €20: Mary Glavin and 3rd prize €10: Christy Condon. Free Books - small; Ann Gardiner and large; Bridie Macken. Bingo every Sunday night at 8.30pm.

ANGLESBORO MONTHLY BINGO: There is a special monthly Bingo game in Anglesboro on this Friday night (Good Friday) in aid of Drive to Survive.

DRIVE TO SURVIVE: Following from the success of “A Wake in the West” last weekend, Anglesboro Village has yet another hectic weekend with fundraising events planned for their contribution to “Drive to survive”. After the Bingo on Good Friday night, it’s off to Combaun Wood for an Easter Bunny Hunt. Meet up time at the Combaun Wood car park is 2pm. This is a great event for children – of all ages!! Then it’s back to the Community Hall for treats and minerals for all participants. On Sunday morning the newly formed Cycling Group has arranged a 70k cycle around the Galtees. Registration takes place in the Community Hall at 10.30am with a start at 11am. The fee for this cycle per participant is €20. A 15k cycle will take place at 12 noon on Sunday with registration at 11.30am. The fee for this shorter cycle is €5. There will also be a walk to Barna Cross at 12 noon. Light refreshments will be served in the Community Centre on return. There will be a Coffee Day in the Community Hall after mass followed by a family fun day with Bouncy Castles etc. Then on Sunday night the action moves to the Galtee View Bar with a head shaving, dying or waxing extravaganza taking place. Already local politicians – Eddie Ryan, Bill O’Donnell and James Heffernan have offered their services as barbers on the night. Any volunteers can contact Dan Gallahue on (086) 2549014. Indeed any member of the Committee can be contacted and they will only be too delighted to include you. Sponsorship cards are available.

HOSPICE: On this Saturday night Fan Condon of Kilbehenny has organised a fundraiser in Dan Casey’s Bar Kilbehenny for valuable prizes.

DRAMA: Anglesboro Drama Group performed to huge audience’s last week end with their hilarious comedy “A Wake in the West” by Michael J. Ginnelly. Despite the terrible weather, a big crowd turned up on Thursday night. For Friday, Saturday and Sunday it was a case of – full house! The highlight of the weekend came on Saturday night when President of Anglesboro Drama Group Tom Roche announced the recipient of the Presidents Award. In the opinion of the Judges the award went to the person who has made the greatest contribution to the promotion of drama in Anglesboro. There were huge cheers when he announced that Willie Carr was the winner. Willie has produced plays for this very hardworking group for the past three years. His work and experience has brought the group to a very high standard. All present were loud in their praises for Willie especially the cast. Many of them have remarked how evident his expertise and experience is and how it can be plainly seen in his productions. Willie is a member of the Canavour Players in Ballinvreena for thirty two years. He is a great drama man and we are proud to have him on board.

WALKERS: Anglesboro Walking Group will commence their weekly walks on Monday night 8th April. They will commence with a walk to Combaun Wood. They will meet in Combaun Wood car park on 7pm sharp.

G.A.A: Galtee Gaels Ladies football had a great win on St. Patrick’s of Limerick last Saturday morning in the All County u-12 girls’ championship. The final score was Galtee Gaels 2-7 and St. Patrick’s 0-6. With the clocks going forward this weekend there is a very busy programme of games coming up. The minor and junior games were postponed last weekend due the very bad weather. No dates for re-fixtures are available at the moment.

KILBEHENNY CELTIC F.C: The Soccer Club will hold a casino night on this Saturday night in the Three Counties Bar Kilbehenny in aid of Club funds. Admission is €20. A raffle will be held for valuable prizes.

EASTER CEREMONIES: St. Patrick’s Church Anglesboro – Holy Thursday mass is at 8.30pm. Good Friday ceremonies are at 3pm and Easter Saturday vigil mass is at 8.30am. Easter Sunday morning mass is at 9.30am. St. Joseph’s Church Kilbehenny – Holy Thursday and Good Friday mass and ceremonies are at 7pm. Easter vigil mass on Saturday evening is at 6pm. Mass on Sunday morning is at 11am. Happy Easter to all of our Limerick Leader readers. May the joys of Easter bring many blessings to you and all your families.