June 15

Betty Herr 061-38354

Reporter:

Betty Herr 061-38354

GUIDED TOUR – HOSPITAL: Lough Gur Historical Society have organised a historical tour of Hospital. This will take place this Thursday 13 and will leave from the church car park at 7.30pm. Your guide will be local historian Michael O’Sullivan.

GUIDED TOUR – HOSPITAL: Lough Gur Historical Society have organised a historical tour of Hospital. This will take place this Thursday 13 and will leave from the church car park at 7.30pm. Your guide will be local historian Michael O’Sullivan.

BEREAVEMENTS: Our condolences to Pat Hickey and family, Main Street on the death of his sister Mary O’Carroll, Limerick, she was a native of Hospital and is survived by her husband and son. And also to Norma Hehir and family on the death of her partner John Chick.

SOCCER TOURNAMENT: The Seamus O’Toole 4 aside soccer tournament was played recently. The family presented the trophy to the winning team and they wish to thank all the teams who participated and Brian O’Callaghan for organising the event. “Same time same place next year”.

TIDY TOWNS: We are reminded that adjudication began 1 June and asked to be aware of litter everywhere and dog dirt, not a pretty sight. Taking care of our own patch makes a big difference.

HANDBALL: This weekend sees the start of the Danny O’Sullivan Memorial Cup tournament, this is carried over two days and draws a big crowd of handball enthusiast with all the big names in the 60x30 alley from all over the country.

MISSING DOG: Two dogs were rescued by Con O’Connor and family last year. The dogs have been nurtured and chipped and had become an integral part of the family. One of these dogs, a cocker spaniel went missing last week and Con asks anyone who has had a sighting of this dog to contact him at 061 383549. The dog is a black cocker spaniel around a year old and is named Shadow.

GAA: In round 2 of the senior hurling championship HH take on Effin this Sunday in Kilfinane at 7.30pm. Your support please.

BORD NA NOG: Training continues each week for all teams from U6 to U16s. The U6s and U8s played the clubs first home game hurling blitz last Friday and played some great hurling.U8s played Bruree, Caherline and Ballybricken recording a win and draw and a narrow defeat. The U6s played Bruree and Caherline recording two wins. Hopefully many more great nights to come from both teams and a great night was had by all. Thanks for all the teams for taking part. and a huge thanks to all who brought refreshments on the night and all those who helped.

Bord na nOg are doing bag packing on Friday 21 June in Limerick as part of fund raising for this years activities and they would be grateful to anyone who could help out. Names to Ann Maire on 087/9756225. Cul camp is on in the Hospital GAA ground from July 8 to 12 for all 6 – 13 year old boys and girls, contact Willian Fox, camp co-coordinator, any club coach or check out club Facebook page. U14s played Claughan last week in the football league championship and after a great performance were unlucky to go down.