Feb 23

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Patrick English 062-



1st prize: Moss Creed and John Sheehan. 2nd prize: Moss Hanley and Eddie Morriarty. Table prizes: Sean Hanley and partner, Billy Casey and Mikie Cleary and Mick Browne and Rita Noonan. Raffle: 1st prize: Rita Noonan. 2nd prize: John Morey and 3rd prize: Moss Hanley. .


1st prize: Paul Downey and Seanie Hanley. 2nd prize: Paschal Noonan and Tom Shanahan and 3rd prize Mary Casey and Hannah Luddy. Table prizes: Teresa Quinn and Rita Noonan, Eily Carey and Una McGrath. Raffle: 1st prize: Jack Shealy. 2nd prize: Elsie Doyle and 3rd prize: Noreen Jones. Next monthly 45 drive game will take place on Saturday 9th March.


€20: Kathleen Kilmartin, D. Barry, Joan Meaney, Liz Browne, Betty Relihan, Margaret Hannigan, Nigel Lawton, divide; Joan Crotty and Hannah Cott, divide; Breda Fox and Betty Relihan. €30: Mary Piggott. €40: Mary Coleman, Breda O’Gorman, Kathleen Kinsella, Rose Nixon, Florence Fogarty, Mary Glavin, Mary Piggott and Rose Nixon. €50: Liz Browne. €100: Mary O’Donnell. Sheets €30: Chris Crowley. €100: Mary O’Donnell. Raffle: 1st prize €30: June Byrne. 2nd prize €20: Mary O’Dwyer and 3rd prize €10: Rose Nixon. Free Books - small; Mary McCarthy and large; Margaret Hannigan. Bingo every Sunday night at 8.30pm.

GAA.: At a recent meeting of Galtee Gaels G.A.A Club an appeal was made for supporters of the Club to join the Mackey Stand draw. In doing so, you will be supporting the Club in their very valuable work in the parish as they put every player in the area through their paces. Remember it costs €1000 to insure each adult team for the year. As the Club receives 50% commission on the draw, it takes twenty members to pay insurance for each team as well as the high running costs, the Club incurs such as grass cutting, E.S.B and general maintenance. This year due to the very wet year, we just had the playing surface need a lot of extra maintenance, which will prove expensive, but will be very necessary for the future of the playing surface. The Club is earnestly seeking your support for the draw. It works out at just €2 each week €100 for the year, with a chance of €15000 first prize every month. If you wish to join please contact any Club member or draw coordinator Kieran Walsh on (087) 9044463 or Treasurer Tom Kearney on (025) 84213.

SCOR: At a recent meeting of the South Limerick Board, details of this years adult Scor competitions, this years south competitions will be held in the week end of 8th - 10th March and the County finals will be held on the week ending 22nd – 24th March. Anybody interested in taking part, especially in solo singing, question time, recitation or story telling please contact Irish Officer Patrick English on (086) 2522972. At this meeting the Club was allocated one scholarship to an Irish College in the summer. The colleges are An Rinn in Waterford, Ballingeary in mid-Cork or Dingles in West Kerry. It costs €900 per pupil to attend and the scholarships are valued at €350. They are open to second level pupils. Anyone interested should contact Club na n-Og Secretary Aoife Gallahue on (087) 9026736. At the conclusion of the meeting a cote of sympathy was passed to the relatives of Colm O’Regan of Croom who passed away recently. Colm was a great Croom and Limerick G.A.A supporter. He was always very helpful and supportive of Galtee Gaels G.A.A. A vote of sympathy was also passed to Ellen Hatton on the death of her husband Albert, whose funeral takes place this Friday in Birmingham England. Ellen is formerly Ellen Gallahue of Anglesboro, sister of the late Councillor John Gallahue. They were regular visitors to the area in the past twenty five years. Ar deis De go raibh na h-anamacha go leir.

JOHN LONERGAN: A large crowd turned up at Anglesboro Community Hall on Monday night last for a talk given by Former Governor of Mountjoy prison John Lonergan. John’s speech was entitled “Parenting – the challenges and rewards”. The talk was inspirational to say the least. Everybody present was delighted to have listened to a wonderful speech. Many of the great points he made on the night was that there is no such thing as a “perfect parent”. He said as a parent himself, having met many parents and from his career – he has never met a perfect parent and people striving for perfection should quit right now and focus on the happiness and confidence of their child instead. He said once a week parents should ask themselves “do I have a healthy child” and if the answer is “Yes” they should stop winging! He raised many excellent points about comparing children and the unfairness of it. He spoke about the importance of chatting to children from day one; that in turn will help them to be open about their feelings and feel free to come home with their issues when they are teenagers. The night was organised by Anglesboro National School Parents Association. The funds raised are going towards the running of the school. Light refreshments were served to all at the conclusion and all the parents present chatted and delighted at what they had heard.