Feb 16

Patrick English 062-


Patrick English 062-

ANGLESBORO 45 DRIVE GAME WK ENDED 9TH FEB: 1st prize: Joan and Donie Hannon. 2nd prize: Mick Kearney and Anthony Hanrahan. Table prizes: Willie O’Mahony and Tom Davern, John Dawson and Theresa Quinn and Mick Browne and Rita Noonan. Raffle: 1st prize: Lar Hennebry. 2nd prize: Joan Hannon and 3rd prize: Joan O’Brien.

ANGLESBORO 45 DRIVE GAME WK ENDED 9TH FEB: 1st prize: Joan and Donie Hannon. 2nd prize: Mick Kearney and Anthony Hanrahan. Table prizes: Willie O’Mahony and Tom Davern, John Dawson and Theresa Quinn and Mick Browne and Rita Noonan. Raffle: 1st prize: Lar Hennebry. 2nd prize: Joan Hannon and 3rd prize: Joan O’Brien.

ANGLESBORO 45 DRIVE GAME WK ENDED 16th FEB: 1st and 2nd prize divide: Carmel Quirke and Charlie O’Sullivan, Mary Hyland and Joan O’Brien. Table prizes: Mick Kearney and Anthony Hanrahan, Seanie Hanley and Larry English and Jim Cotter and Tom Hogan. Raffle: 1st prize: Charlie O’Sullivan. 2nd prize: Paschal Noonan and 3rd prize: Gerry Heenan. Cards are held in Anglesboro Community Hall every Tuesday night at 8.30pm.


€20: Margaret Fahy, S. Nolan, Roger O’Donnell, Mary Glavin, S. Lynch, Margaret McCarthy, Bridie Murphy, Nora O’Mahony, divide; Shania Rice and Joan Meaney. €30: Nigel Lawton. €40: Jim Quirke, Betty Moloney, Mar Murphy, Paddy Doody, Margaret Fahy, Nigel Lawton, S. Lynch and Eleanor McEvoy. €50: Bridie Burke. €100: E. Walsh. Sheets €30: Bedina Fitzgerald and Roger O’Donnell – divide. €100: Mary Glavin. Raffle: 1st prize €30: Ann Gardiner. 2nd prize €20: Sheila Donegan and 3rd prize €10: Mary Murphy. Free Books - small; Mary Galvin and large; Una McGrath.


€20: G. Murphy, Bernie Molan, Margaret O’Donoghue, Joan Meaney, Christy Condon, Nigel Lawton, F. Murphy, Ann Collins, divide; June Byrne and K. O’Sullivan. €30: Bedina Fitzgerald. €40: Nancy Condon, Chris Crowley, Una McGrath, Jim Quirke, Chris Crowley and Christy Roche. €50: Christy Roche. €100: Kathleen Kinsella. Sheets €30: Kay O’Gorman. €100: Kay O’Gorman. Raffle: 1st prize €30: Eileen Martin. 2nd prize €20: Margaret Fahy and 3rd prize €10: Nora Gallagher. Free Books - small; Breda Fox and large; E. Browne. The next monthly sheet is Sunday 3rd March. Bingo every Sunday night at 8.30pm.

ANGLESBORO MONTHLY BINGO: €20: Eileen Slattery, Breda Barry, Maeve Heenan, T. J Tobin, Michael McGrath, Patrick Cronin, Breda Fox, Siobhan Cronin and Sharon O’Keeffe. €40: Roisin Breedy, Maurice O’Connor divide; Patrick English Jnr Kilbehenny and Patrick Cronin. Divide; Ann Cleary, Josie Geary, Mairead Ni Dhailigh and Conor McNamara. Michael McGrath, Florence Fogarty, Mary Cleary, divide; John Quane, Lily Kiely, Florence Fogarty and Tess Quirke. €50: divide; John Breedy, Ann Cleary and Andy Conway. Sheets €30: Michael McGrath. €100: divide; Seamus Gordon and Karen Howard. Free Books - small; Siobhan Lewis and large; Joan Fleming. This monthly bingo proceeds were in aid of Kilbehenny Celtic Youth Soccer Club. At the end of the game Club Chairman Johnny Cleary thanked everyone for their support. The next monthly Bingo Game on Friday March 1st is in aid of Galtee Gaels Ladies Football Club.

KILBEHENNY F.C LOTTO: There was no winner of the recent lotto draw which took place last Friday night at The Galtee View Bar after the Bingo game. The numbers drawn were 9, 15, 17 and 29. The following won lucky dip prizes; Jake Spillane, Maggie O’Mahony and Pa Lyons. The next draw takes place at the Three Counties Bar in Kilbehenny on Friday 15th January where the jackpot will be €4,100. Tickets are available locally at just €2 each.

PRESENTATION: Congratulations and well done to the Boland family of Gerah, Anglesboro who presented a cheque to the value of €400 recently to the Cardiology Department of Cork University Hospital (C.U.H). This was raided by the Boland’s from their Christmas lights display at their family home in Gerah. The late Billy Boland built up a huge display of lights over a number of years. It became a hobby and much loved pastime for him. The lights were missing for the last couple of years as Billy fell into poor health. His wife Bridget and family decided to resume the tradition for Christmas 2012. People came from far and wide to see their display. It was a fantastic sight for all to see, especially for the children. It is fair to say everyone is looking forward to seeing the Boland family Christmas light display for many years to come.

G.A.A: Galtee Gaels Junior players came together on last Saturday week to plan for the season ahead, under the new management of Anthony Moloney, with Selectors Seanie Breedy and Mark Leonard. Mark will continue to train the team for the third year in a row. It was also decided to field a junior B team this year under the management of Patrick Cleary. This will require a big commitment to training, as numbers re very tight, making it very difficult to field tow adult teams. The Club will not field an under 21 team so the under 21 players in the Club will play with neighbouring Ballylanders. They will play under the name Shamrocks. The Club announced at a recent meeting that they will again take part in the County Development Draw – formally known as the Mackey Stand Draw. Kieran Walsh will continue as the draw coordinator. The Club is appealing for new promoters and members to join the draw. It costs €10 per month, €100 for a full year, which works out at just €2 per week. There are many valuable prizes with 1st prize every month of €15000. It is the main fundraiser for the Club every. Your support for the Club throughout the draw would be very much appreciated. Contact any member of the Club if you wish to join. The Club will also run a draw amongst the members for five prizes of €100. Each of these was drawn at the Club meeting on Wednesday night last. The winners were Henry Connelly, Timmy Breedy, Noel and Karen Condon, Sean Lane and Anthony Moloney. Congratulations to all.

DANCING: Kilbehenny Community Centre will hold a dance in aid of St. Joseph’s Foundation, Charleville on Friday 15th February. Music is by Colm Angier and Tom Clinton. The dance will commence at 9.30pm. Light refreshments will be served.

COMMUNITY GAMES: Anglesboro Kilbehenny Community games Committee held their monthly meeting in Anglesboro Hall on Friday night last and they announced next Saturday 16th February as the date to hold Cross Country trials for under 9, 11 and 13 years of age by 31st July. They will be held at Col. John O’Mahony Park, Kilbehenny at 2pm. Track and field athletics will also commence very soon. This Club is only a short time in existence and they have already done great work in art and draughts competitions. If anyone is willing to help out or require further information, please contact Chairperson Fidelma English on (086) 8298316, Secretary Norma Quane or Treasurer Michelle Lane.

CLOTHING COLLECTION: Kilbehenny Community Council is holding a used clothing collection on Saturday 16th and Wednesday 20th February from 10am to 4pm. Both days the collection will take place in the Community Centre.

CYCLING: There are now two cycling clubs in the parish. Kilbehenny are there with a number of years and they meet up every Sunday morning at 10 o’clock to do a number of routes. Later when the weather improves, they will meet up on Wednesday evenings. More information can be sought from Chairman Tom O’Flynn on (087) 2683587. Anglesboro Cycling group also meet up every Sunday morning at 11 o’clock and do a long and short route. This Club was only formed recently so they are going from strength to strength. At a recent meeting Jim Roche or Roche Cycles Mitchelstown gave a very interesting talk to members. The speech was about bike maintenance and proper clothing etc. Further information can be sought by contacting Chairman Tom Hogan (087) 2658637 or Secretary Dan McCarthy on (087) 6883534.

SOCIAL DANCING: Social Dancing classes will take place every Monday night for the new season, commencing at 8pm. Light refreshments will be served afterwards.

R.I.P: Sincere sympathy is extended to the family of the late Peggy Lyne of Killarney, formally Peggy Lynch of Knockadea. Peggy was a niece of the late General Liam Lynch of Anglesboro. Her late husband Jackie was a former Kerry football Captain and the holder of a number of All-Ireland medals. Burial took place in Killarney. Ar Deis De go raibh a h-anam deilis.

DRAMA: Anglesboro Drama Group is busy at present with rehearsals that are going well for this year’s production of “A Wake in the West” by Michael J. Ginnelly. They are under the watchful eye of Producer Willie Carr from Ballinvreena. This is his third year in charge. Everybody is looking forward to the show for four nights, starting on Thursday 21st March and the next three nights. If you have any problems with your teeth, especially false teeth, Anglesboro is the place to be on 21st March.

DRIVE TO SURVIVE: This is a fundraising charity set up in Anglesboro and Ballylanders in honour of the memory of Councillor John Gallahue. It is chaired by his son Dan. While they plan to do a twenty six country fundraiser in August. Anglesboro Community Council is planning to do a fundraiser over the Easter Bank Holiday week end. One of the events planned is a sponsored cycle on Easter Sunday and probably a number of novelty events over the week end. To help plan these events, a special Community Council meeting will be held in the Hall on Monday night next at 8.30pm. It is hoped that all organisations in the area will send members to this very important meeting to make as big a contribution as possible to this very worthy cause – namely Hospice Ireland.

KILBEHENNY GATHERING: Plans were put in place at last weeks meeting for the Gatherine in Kilbehenny. People came up with lots of ideas. It will be held during the Potato Festival in August from 13th to 19th. A re-enactment of A village evingng in the 1940’s will take place.