Glin Sept 14

GLIN LIBRARY: Glin Library will be 8 years old this month and has issued over 40,000 books since its opening. Opening hours are Tues and Thurs 11-2 and 6-8. Wed and Fri 11-2 and 3-5. If anybody wishes to display arts or crafts please phone Peg in the library at 068 26910. Peg looks forward to seeing the school classes regularly again now that the summer is over.

GLIN LIBRARY: Glin Library will be 8 years old this month and has issued over 40,000 books since its opening. Opening hours are Tues and Thurs 11-2 and 6-8. Wed and Fri 11-2 and 3-5. If anybody wishes to display arts or crafts please phone Peg in the library at 068 26910. Peg looks forward to seeing the school classes regularly again now that the summer is over.

GLIN BABY AND TODDLER GROUP: - open every Thursday (term time only) Ceol Corbrai Hall at 10am til 12 noon. E3 per family, refreshments provided for adults and children. Everyone welcome.

ICA: an ICA meeting will be held at Cloverfield on Friday September 13 at 7.30pm. New members are welcome.

GLIN SUMMER FESTIVAL 2013: would like to thank all the local business’ and individual’s that kindly sponsored the festival weekend on August 9-13. This year the chosen charity was Pieta House with monies made from the quiz night held in Wallace’s Bar and 6k Run/Walk going to this very worthy cause. We would like to thankeveryone that helped make this festival yet again a huge success. A special mention to Glin Red Cross Ambulance and staff for their assistance with the 6k Run/Walk and thanks to Hollywood actor and star of ‘The Wire’ Dominic West for attending and presenting winners with their medals. To Glin Development – thank you for your help and support again this year and to all Glin Summer Festival 2013 committee members well done on organising a great event.

ORAL HISTORY INITIATIVE: West Limerick Resources will be running an Oral History Training Initiative this autumn. Training will consist of two elements. Participants will develop Oral History Interviewing techniques as well as examine the legal and ethical issues relevant to gathering Oral History. The second element of the training will focus on digital voice recording and editing techniques. Training will also explore how oral history can contribute to the local heritage of communities and identify suitable ways of showcasing their research. Training is expected to begin in October and to run one evening per week for 10 weeks. The course is free of charge and open to people living in the West Limerick area. To register for the programme contact Suzanne on 069 79114 or email srowley@wlr.ie

GLIN ROVERS: Lotto Results 7 September 2013. No Winner of Jackpot of 4800 euro. Numbers - 2, 8, 23, 32. Lucky dips, E100 Connie Mc Sweeney, Cahara, E40 or jacket Anita Murphy, E25 Mickey Mulvihill, 10 free tickets Sean Conway, 5 free tickets Darren Lyons, bottle whiskey Bernie Hanlon, promoters John Normile

Next draw is in O Shaughnessey Bar 31/8/13 for E4900E

Any Manager who has player registeration money collected please drop it to Tommy Wallaces Shop. thanks.

Former Kerry GAA trainer Pat Flanagan will be holding a training session in our pitch this coming monday evening at 6:30pm.

Abbeyfeale United A 1 Glin Rovers A 1 (E Horan)

Knockaderry 0 Glin Rovers B 0

U12 - GLIN ROVERS V ASKEATON 1-4 (ANNA SHINE).

Team: Sean Adams, Mai Fitzgerald, Gearoid Woulfe, Anna Shine, Kuba Nijinksy, Conor Shine, Nathan Wright, Maura Shine, Adam Robb, Kieran McNamara, Padraic O Connor.

Extended Squad, Brid Dillane, Cain Mc Sweeney, Saoirse Leahy, Jack Connolly, Cillian and Martin McDonagh.

This was always going to be a tough opener for the u12 team and although the result was 1-4 they can take a lot of heart in the manner in which they played today. Askeaton had the lions share of the ball early on and went 1-0 after 9 mins with a fine goal. Kieran McNamara made a great tackle on 14 mins to save a certain goal. Nathan Wright and Anna Shine were playing well in midfield and were very busy in a defensive role alongside the lively Conor Shine and Adam Robb. Padraic O Connor and Kieran McNamara were our pair up front today. Askeaton attacked Kubaj Nijinski and Adam Robbs wing a lot in the first half but the boys managed to hold their own against much bigger opponents. Conor Shine saved a goal on 16 mins when he cleared off the line. Brid Dillane came on after 20 mins for Kuba and she did very well to clear the ball off our line just after coming on. Askeaton went 2-0 on 26 mins and Padraic O Connor was unlucky as his cross/shot went wide on 28 mins. Glin came out of the blocks very fast in the second half and Anna Shine pulled a fine goal back for us 2 mins after the restart. Cain Mc Sweeney came at half time also. Gearoid Woulfe made a vital interception for a corner on 36 mins. Anna Shine had a stormer of a game today but young Sean Adams was outstanding in goals, He made 4 great saves today. His first was great dive to block a shot from close range on 50 mins for a corner. Anna managed to clear the ball in a frantic goal mouth scrambe form the corner. Gearoid made a great block on 53 mins to save us from going 3-1 down and Adam Robb made 2 great tackles inside the box also in the later stages. Askeaton made it 3-1 on 57 mins with a powerful shot and they scored a lucky goal right at the death after Sean Adams managed to make a great save only to see the ball fall to the feet of an Askeaton player who scored from close range. the result went against us today but the player should take heart from their motivation to keep going right to the end.