Anglesboro/Kilbehenny Sept 21

ANGLESBORO WEEKLY 45 DRIVE GAME: 1st prize: Dan O’Connor and Bernard Condon. 2nd prize divide: Denis Wallace and Noel Ryan and Donal and Joan Hannon. Table prizes: Francie Fitzgerald and Billy Casey, Willie O’Mahony and Tommy Davern and Mickey Hoare and Charlie O’Sullivan. Raffle: 1st prize: Paschal Noonan. 2nd prize: Larry English 3rd prize: Jim Murphy. Cards - every Tuesday night in Anglesboro at 8.45pm. A special Harvest Fair Game will take place on next Tuesday 24th September – big prizes - your support would be greatly appreciated.

ANGLESBORO WEEKLY 45 DRIVE GAME: 1st prize: Dan O’Connor and Bernard Condon. 2nd prize divide: Denis Wallace and Noel Ryan and Donal and Joan Hannon. Table prizes: Francie Fitzgerald and Billy Casey, Willie O’Mahony and Tommy Davern and Mickey Hoare and Charlie O’Sullivan. Raffle: 1st prize: Paschal Noonan. 2nd prize: Larry English 3rd prize: Jim Murphy. Cards - every Tuesday night in Anglesboro at 8.45pm. A special Harvest Fair Game will take place on next Tuesday 24th September – big prizes - your support would be greatly appreciated.

KILBEHENNY WEEKLY BINGO: €20: Mrs. O’Shea, Mary McGrath, Bernie Molan, Ger Murphy, Nancy Condon, Breda O’Gorman, Breda Lynch, divide; K O’Sullivan and Breda O’Gorman. S Lynch. €30: Valerie Kirwan. €40: Marian Richardson, K. O’Sullivan, Hannah Cott, divide; Joan Murphy and Tom Gallagher. Esther Roche, Jim Quirke, Breda O’Gorman and Eleanor McEvoy. €50: Betty Relihan. €100: Breda Crotty. Sheets €30: Betty Stritch. €100: Eileen O’Brien. Raffle: 1st prize €30: Betty Stritch. 2nd prize: €20: Eileen Slattery. 3rd prize: €10: Nora Gallagher. Free books: Large – Jim Quirke and small – Eileen Walsh. Bingo every Sunday night in Kilbehenny at 8.30pm.

KILBEHENNY CELTIC F.C: There was no winner of the lotto jackpot when the numbers were drawn at the Galtee View Bar in Anglesboro on Friday night last. The numbers drawn were 10, 11, 13 and 22. The following people won €20 lucky dip prizes – Vinnie Slattery, Kieran Luddy and Christy Noonan. The next draw will take place in the Three Counties Bar in Kilbehenny where the jackpot will be €5400.00. Tickets are only €2. each.

DRAMA: Anglesboro Drama Group held their Annual General Meeting on Friday night last in the Community Centre with a good sized attendance. They received a very successful year with “A Wake in the West” by the Adult group and “Cloud Bursting” by the youth group. The extra performance of “A Wake in the West” in aid of “Drive to Survive” left the group with a very healthy credit union balance. They also donated to the local National School and to the Community Council. Both groups will be going on stage again this season. No plays have been decided on yet. It is hoped to name one in the next three to four weeks. The following officers were elected; President – Tom Roche, Chairman – Dan McCarthy, Vice Chairman – John McGrath, Secretary – Mary Cooney, Treasurer Kieran Walsh, P.R.O – Margaret Ann McGrath, Membership Officer and organiser – Nora Quane. Any one wishing to join should contact any Committee member. The group is presently busy preparing for the re-enactment of “A day at the Creamery” which will be performed on Sunday 29th September as part of the Gathering and Annual Harvest Fair.

HARVEST FAIR: A good crowd turned up on Friday night last for the official launch of this year’s Harvest Fair. It will be held on Tuesday 24th September with a monster Harvest 45 Drive Card Game. Friday night will see the “Thorny Rose” being crowned in all HER glory!! That is commencing at 9pm. Saturday evening the Harvest Mass will be celebrated in St. Patrick’s church Anglesboro at 8pm. Sunday has a packed programme of events starting with an U-10 Interschool’s football competition, Harvest Café and numerous side shows. A vintage display will also take place and the highlight of the weekend will be “A day at the Creamery”. Musical entertainment will be provided in the Galtee View Bar nightly. The Harvest Fair is one of the main fundraisers of the year for the community council. The funds raised provide for the up keep of the Community Centre, Tidy Towns and maintaining the whole area in pristine condition. All support be it helpers, sponsors or patrons is more than welcome and would be greatly appreciated.

GAA: Galtee Gaels Junior A footballers received a walk over from Blackrock in their championship game last weekend. They must now await the outcome of the Boards decision regarding the remaining fixtures, which will be the composition of the semi-finals.

LADIES FOOTBALL: Congratulations to the eight members of the Galtee Gaels who were members of the Ballylanders Intermediate Ladies Football panel who won the County Final last weekend. They were joined in the backroom team by Patrick Cronin as a selector and Chris Gallahue as trainer. They now play the first round of the Munster Championship this weekend against Tipperary champions Boherlahan. Check with officials regarding the time and the venue.

U-16 COUNTY FINAL: Galtee Gaels U-16 team play Mount Collins in the County 11 aside final in Ballyagran on Sunday night and Gaels won – congratulations to all involved.

T.J CLANCY CUP: At a very well attended function in the Three Counties Bar Kilbehenny, Members of the Clancy family, the South Limerick G.A.A Board and a huge turnout of Galtee Gaels members and supporters for the presentation of the J.G Clancy Cup for the South Limerick Junior A Football Championship. Club Chairman Patrick English was MC on the night and gave a very detailed account of TJ’s playing career and administration with the Club as PRO and Secretary before passing away very suddenly at a young age. Indeed Patrick spoke at length about the Clancy family’s involvement in the GAA as T.J’s father, the late Tom Clancy had a long playing career with the Club coming out of retirement to help out Galtee Rovers in the 1957 County Final. A magnificent cup in memory of T.J was blessed by Fr. Dick Kelly P.P Kilbehenny/Anglesboro before it was presented to Hugh Murphy, Secretary of the South Board by Marie Clancy. Hugh spoke in glowing terms of T.J’s contribution and that of Galtee Gaels to the G.A.A. T.J’s wife Marie and sister Aisling replied on behalf of the Clancy Family. Bill Fox P.R.O of the South Board then presented the Old Murphy Cup back to Galtee Gaels Chairman, as it had been procured from Murphy’s Brewery by Mick Mullins – a then publican in Kilbehenny and a man who was very much involved in G.A.A in the mid 1940’s.