Kilmallock Jan 11

TORNADO RESEARCH: Dr John Tyrrell from UCC in the department of geography is is an expert in tornado research. He is investiging the strong winds that hit Kilmallock on December 18. Anyone with information they think may be relevant to Dr Tyrrell’s research can email him at j.tyrrell@ucc.ie

TORNADO RESEARCH: Dr John Tyrrell from UCC in the department of geography is is an expert in tornado research. He is investiging the strong winds that hit Kilmallock on December 18. Anyone with information they think may be relevant to Dr Tyrrell’s research can email him at j.tyrrell@ucc.ie

KILMALLOCK GAA: Club Membership for 2014 is now due. Adult Membership €30. Gold Membership €100 ( this is Full Membership plus entry to the club lotto for one year - 52 x €2 plus €30, that’s a saving of €34). Please contact Finbar Walsh Membership Officer 0863327795 or any committee member.

KILMALLOCK CAMOGIE: We would like to thank all of the local businesses in Kilmallock for their support during the 2013. A massive thank you to all of our volunteers who helped out with various fundraising events during the year, thanks to all of the girls who train and their parents who bring them each week. Thank you to the management, coaches and committee who give their time to the club.

We would like to wish you all a Healthy and Happy New Year!!

At the recent Christmas Club Night a presentation was made to Tommy Allen.

Tommy has been involved with the club for over 10 years, working as a coach and serving on the committee. He also served on the Limerick County Board and in March 2010 received the Mike Dunne Memorial Award for PRO of the Year (2009) at the RTE & Camogie Association Media Awards. On the night, Tom was commended as being “to the fore of Limerick Camogie, building up a consistent level of regional print and broadcast coverage as well as pioneering the development of a camogie website”.

Tommy has coached various age groups over the years, encouraging the ongoing tradition of participating in our national sport. Although he has stepped down as Chairman, he will continue on with the club in a coaching capacity. The development and continued success of the game throughout the county is dependent on people like Tommy who give freely of their time. We are indebted to him for his continued efforts. Whether he is at a meeting or on the sideline, he continues to be a great ambassador for Kilmallock camogie and the sport in general.

Registration for 2014 -

Club registration will take place on Wednesday January 15 at the Complex (time TBC) . Due to an increase imposed by the County Board for affiliation fees we have had to raise the registration fee to €25 for children and €40 for adults for 2014 (family discounts will apply). We would like to make it clear that Kilmallock Camogie Club will not profit from the increase as the extra fees go to the County Board. We understand that families will just be getting over Christmas so we will introduce a 3 stage payment option. Players must pay registration fee or they will not be covered by insurance and therefore can not play/train with the club. For more details contact registrar Helen Walsh on 085 1521102.

FRIAR’S GATE THEATRE: Ceoltoiri Sliabh Luachra present A Musical Journey through the History of Ireland on SaturdayJanuary 11, Ceoltoiri Sliabh Luachra visit Kilmallock. A group of 16 young performers from the Sliabh Luachra area perform some of the oldest traditional music and dance of Ireland. Some of their music goes back the book of William Ballet published in 1584 and to the Neal collection published in 1724 while some of their dances go back to An Rince Mor which was danced at the fair of Carman in the year 1200 and at Kinsale in 1689 to welcome King James to Ireland. The perform many of the old and now forgotten traditional step dances as well as some of the old traditional Jigs, Reels, and Hornpipes. Tickets €12/€10.

Family Panto coming soon: From Friday January 17, Centre Stage Productions (Limerick) and Friars’ Gate present the wonderful family pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. The production runs for two weekends and includes matinee performances both weekends. This traditional telling of the popular Pantomime has all you would expect from the magical story of Snow White and all the ingredients for a couple of hours of on stage mayhem and hilarious madness.

Bookings –063-98727

www.friarsgate.ie

MARANTHA PRAYER MINISTRY: Healing Retreat through the Ministry of Fr. Michael O’Shea, Limerick and lay speaker, John Delaney, Portlaise enriched with Rosary, Eucharistic adoration, Laying on of hands, Mass, Confession, music by the Maranatha Gospel Choir on Sunday next, January 19, 2014 from 2.30pm to 7pm at St. Pauls Church, Dooradoyle, Limerick. Tea afterwards in hall, all welcome.