Apr 6

John Harrold

Reporter:

John Harrold

RAMBLING HOUSE: The Rockhill Bruree Sportsfield Development committee will hold a traditional Irish rambling house on this Friday, April 5th, starting at 8.00 pm in Bruree Community Centre. There will be excellent entertainment from local and visiting entertainers and all are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult. The song says that “if they found a hat of his convenient to the door, the more they put in, the better would the music be!” No hat - but a bucket “convenient to” the door and donations will be greatly appreciated. Tea will be served and there will be a raffle on the night.

RAMBLING HOUSE: The Rockhill Bruree Sportsfield Development committee will hold a traditional Irish rambling house on this Friday, April 5th, starting at 8.00 pm in Bruree Community Centre. There will be excellent entertainment from local and visiting entertainers and all are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult. The song says that “if they found a hat of his convenient to the door, the more they put in, the better would the music be!” No hat - but a bucket “convenient to” the door and donations will be greatly appreciated. Tea will be served and there will be a raffle on the night.

GAA: Cycle/Walk/Run: Bruree GAA will hold a fun cycle/walk/run on Sunday, April 28th, to raise funds for the Senior and Juvenile Clubs. The emphasis will be on the fun and family element of the day and everyone is welcome to participate. The route will start at the sportsfield and will head on a circular route via the Pump Cross, Knockmore, Dromacommer, Clonbrien, the Forge Cross and Clogher back to the sportsfield. This is about 10k and the walkers and runners/joggers will complete one circuit with the cyclists completing two. Participants can supports the fundraising in one of two ways - by filling a sponsorship card or by paying a participation fee on the day. Sponsorship cards will be distributed to all club members and players. Anyone else wishing to secure sponsorship can obtain a card from Johnny Wall (087)1264592. On the day, cyclists are €10 (€15 for a family) and walkers/runners/joggers €5 (€10 for a family).

RESULT: Under 16 Football Cup 13 a side Bruree 4 - 3 Askeaton 1 - 5

Minor Football League Killacolla Gaels 0-09 Balbec Gaels 1-04

Membership: Your membership subscription for this year is now due. Adult membership is only €20. Please pay Johnny Wall, John O’Brien or Vincent Stanton immediately so that you continue to enjoy the benefits of being a full member of Bruree GAA.

COMMUNITY GAMES: It was a very busy time for those participating in the community games. We had the County finals of the Under 14 talent competition and we were represented by Julianne, Cathal and Frankie Barrington, John Sheehan, Kate Frawley and Sam Williams - a fine collection of musicians. Following a great nights entertainment we were placed third. Many thanks to Maggie O’Shea for her time and caprisuns! Kate Frawley represented us in the Under 12 cycling in Mungret and came in second, well done Kate. Our thanks to Owen Tobin for his involvement with the cycling. Then it was over to Askeaton to the modern dance competition, where Frankie, William, Sebastian, Sean and Matthew wowed us with their dance routine. The boys were delighted to bring home silver. Their months of after-school training paid off, our thanks to Margie for her time and hairdressing skills. The boys were a credit to her.

Under 12 girls out door soccer will commence in the school field after the Easter holidays.

CAR BOOT SALE: The next car boot sale in aid of the Rockhill Bruree Sportsfield Development Committee will be held on Saturday, April 27th. The venue will once again be the ball alley next to the community centre right in the heart of the village. Sellers can set up from 8.00 am and the admission is €10 for cars or €15 for vans. The sale is open to the public from 10.00 am to 1.30 pm and admission is just €2 for adults. Children are admitted free. Tea and refreshments will be available.

SYMPATHY: We extend our sincere sympathy to the family, relatives and friends of Patrick O’Brien, Kilmallock, Fr. Patrick Breen, Limerick, David O’Donnell, Ballyagran, Michael Dwyer, Meanus, Maurice O’Riordan, Garryowen, and Bridie Twomey, Feenagh, who died recently.

ROCKHILL ROVERS: Rockhill had a great 6-2 win on Sunday in Bruree over Breska Rovers in the league This victory leaves Rockhill second in the league, just a point behind the leaders, and with four games to go.

TIDY TOWNS: The next clean up, from the bottle bank area, takes place on this Saturday, April 6th, from 11.00 am - 2.00 pm, all and any help would be just mighty.

LOTTO: Lucky dip winners in last week’s Bruree GAA/Rockhill Rovers lotto draw were €50 Erin Duffy, c/o Nora Powewr, €25 Mossie O’Connor, Con McMahon €20 Padraig O’Connor, Grange, Hazel and Donna c/o Francis Finn, Declan McCarthy.