Apr 27

TEA DANCE: Our monthly tea dance at Tarbert Community Centre is on next Sunday April 24, at 3pm sharp. The music will be provided by the very popular Mike Condon admission is only 5euro and proceeds are in aid of Community Centre. Refreshments will be served.

TEA DANCE: Our monthly tea dance at Tarbert Community Centre is on next Sunday April 24, at 3pm sharp. The music will be provided by the very popular Mike Condon admission is only 5euro and proceeds are in aid of Community Centre. Refreshments will be served.

SCHOOL ENROLMENT: Tarbert Primary School is now accepting enrolments from September 2013. If your child will be four years of age on or before September 30, 2013 please phone the School office 068 – 36282 or call for an enrolment form. Early enrolment is greatly appreciated.

ALOE VERA: An Information talk on Forever Living Products Aloe Vera will be held on Monday April 29 at 8pm in Community Centre.Aloe Vera is also known as the miracle plant because of it natural healing powers.This product contains all the necessary vitamins and nutrients for ones daily intake and well being.

RAMBLING HOUSE: will take place in the Seanchaí Literary and Cultural Centre, The Square, Listowel on Thursday April 25 from 9pm. Enjoy an evening of traditional Irish music, song, dance and storytelling in an informal setting. Admission free, tea/coffee served.

Peggy is survived by her husband Michael sons Mícheál and Ambrose, daughters-in-law Patricia and Noelle, brother Davie, sister Joan (Moore), grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives and a wide circle of friends to whom our sincere sympathy is extended. Interment took place in the adjoining cemetery.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam

DEATHS:Sympathy is extended to Noel Brosnan and family of Main St. Tarbert on the death of his father Timothy Brosnan and of his uncle John Stack.

SYMPATHY: Condolences to Mary Sheehy and family of Woodview Place Tarbert on the death of her father Stephen Laverey of Knocklyon Ballylongford.

CONDOLENCES: Sympathy is extended to the Holly and Holland families of Tarmons East on the death of Teresa Holly (nee O’Connor) of Convent St. Listowel and formerly of Leitrim Middle Moyvane.

GAA: There was no winner of last week’s lotto draw. The numbers drawn were; 1, 4, 18, 24. Bar Prize winner Finbarr Carrig, Lucky Dips Jerry Savage, Tom Enright, Mary Langan, Niall Stack, Daniel Leahy. Next week’s draw will take place in the Anchor Bar with a jackpot of €2,000 on Saturday night. Thanks to all those who continue to support the Lotto.

MATCH RESULT: Tarbert bowed out of this year’s junior championship losing to Keel on a scoreline of 0-9 to 0-6. Tarbert started well and were up 3-1 half after fifteen minutes thanks to three points from Paddy O’Connell. Keel got two crucial points before half time to leave the sides level 0-3 each. Tarbert were first on the scoreboard in the second half thanks to Danny Wren but then Keel hit a purple patch registering five points without reply. Danny Wren scored another two points and despite several close attempts at goals Tarbert could not close the gap. Tarbert Team: Mícheál Carrig, Jack FInucane, Kevin Enright, Jason Wren, Ian Flavin, Ambrose Lanigan, Mícheál Normile, Kevin Wren, Shane Enright, Gerald O’Sullivan, Paddy O’Connell, David Langan, Danny Wren, Kieran Deenihan and Niall Stack. Subs that played: Donal Leahy, John O’Connell, Andrew Doherty, Mark Buckley. Juniors lost to Bally last week on a scoreline of 1-12 to 3-10. Next game is away to Beale. U-16 Moyvane/Tarbert combination were defeated by Listowel on a scoreline of 3-12 to 3-4, next game is against Ballydonoghue this Monday night. U-14 Moyvane/Tarbert lost to Keel/Listry and their next game is on this Wednesday in Shannon Park, 7.15pm against Annascaul/Lispole. U-12 Tarbert were defeated by Dingle last Sunday evening in Dingle and are at home to Ballydonoghue this Sunday evening at 7:00

Tarbert bowed out of this year’s junior championship losing to Keel on a scoreline of 0-9 to 0-6. Tarbert started well and were up 3-1 half after fifteen minutes thanks to three points from Paddy O’Connell. Keel got two crucial points before half time to leave the sides level 0-3 each. Tarbert were first on the scoreboard in the second half thanks to Danny Wren but then Keel hit a purple patch registering five points without reply. Danny Wren scored another two points and despite several close attempts at goals Tarbert could

Juniors lost to Bally last weekthe scoreline was 1-12 to 3-10. Next game is away to Beale. U-16 Moyvane/Tarbert combination were defeated by Listowel on a scoreline of 3-12 to 3-4, next game is against Ballydonoghue this Monday night. U-14 Moyvane/Tarbert lost to Keel/Listry and their next game is on this Wednesday in Shannon Park, 7.15pm against Annascaul/Lispole. U-12 Tarbert were defeated by Dingle last Sunday evening in Dingle and are at home to Ballydonoghue this Sunday evening at 7:00