Bilboa AC Lotto: Draw took place on September 2. Numbers drawn were 12 – 15 – 16 - 21. Jackpot €2,400. Jackpot not won. 3 Match 3 winners each received €70: Brian & Mairead Sheehy, Clonteen; Donna Hogan, Rearcross and Fiona Ryan (Luke), Garravane, Rearcross. Next draw for €2,600 in The Clubhouse.
95 Stop Tour: The Cappamore Show Committee, following on from their recent successful show are organising a Table Quiz for Live 95FM’s “95 STOP TOUR” on Friday 4th October in O Dwyer’s Bar & Lounge, Cappamore. Any individual, group or organisation, wishing to help raise funds for Limerick Children’s Charities, the CARI Foundation, and The ARK Unit at the University Hospital, Limerick can contact Padraig Ryan on 087 221 5869
St. Michael’s College: All courses , both Day and Evening classes begin on week starting 16 th September 2013. For further information contact 061 381272 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 086 585226
Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann: Murroe/Cappamore Comhaltas - Classes will resume on Tuesday 17th September at 5 – 6 pm at Scoil Chaitríona. Tuition will be provided by top class tutors on all traditional instruments including Button& Piano Accordion, Fiddle, Banjo, Guitar, Concertina, Flute and Tin Whistle. All levels of ability and ages are catered for, including beginners. Enquiries to 061 381 269
Red Cross: The East Limerick Branch of the Irish Red Cross will hold registration for Practical First Aid Classes in the following venues: Cappamore Community Centre; Caherconlish Community Centre; Red Cross Office, Doon; GAA Club House, Murroe.
Registration will take place on Monday 16 September: 8.00 – 8.30p.m.
Information on CFR(Defib) courses and other Red Cross activities will be available also. All are welcome.
Boher Bridge Club: We are open to new members every Monday night. Bridge starts at 7.30pm. For further information contact Bob at 085 123 6144
Sliabh Feilim Golf Society: Sliabh Feilim Golf Society held its Captains Prize recently at Tipperary Golf Club in beautiful sunshine. Congratulations to our Captain John O Dea who had wonderful support on the day. There were forty four golfers present. I would like to compliment Tipperary Golf Course staff on the top class condition of the course and likewise the catering staff for the way they looked after us. We had a fantastic group of golfers out on the day including ten juniors who really enjoyed their day’s golf.
I don’t think there’s another society with so many young golfers and I hope it might encourage others to join.
The Captain’s Prize is always keenly contested and this year was no different. When the cards were finally checked there were three players on forty one points and it took a count back on the back six holes to get a winner. So the winner of the 2013 Captain’s Prize was Declan Ryan, in second was Eamonn Mullane, and third was Pat Hayes. We had numerous prizes on the day, including Category prizes and junior prizes. I would like to thank all who helped to make the day a success and the O Dwyer family for their hospitality. Our next outing is the President’s Prize at Shannon Golf Club on 15th September. All members will be contacted prior to the outing.
ELCR: East Limerick Community Radio is holding a Fundraiser Draw with €2,000 in prizes including a 1st. Prize of €1,000. Tickets are €5 each and will be on sale throughout East Limerick in the coming weeks and are also available from all station presenters and volunteers. For further information contact John McCarthy on 087 2746299
Community House: The homework club for primary school children (1st to 6th. class) recommences on Tuesday 10th September at the Community House, 42 Mullally Lawn. The club runs from 2.45 to 5.00p.m. Monday to Thursday. Children get help with their homework and a snack. When homework is completed they play games or do crafts. The cost is $2.50 per child (€2.00 each for siblings) All are welcome. Details from 061 381 650
Claire Keating: With great pride we wish Claire Keating the best of luck next Sunday in Croke Park as she represents Cappamore Camogie Club on the Limerick Intermediate Camogie panel who take on Galway in the All Ireland Final. Even though she is still only a Minor she is the sub goalie on the Limerick panel. At minor level she is a very versatile player and can be drafted into any position on the field when her team is in trouble. She is a noted prolific scorer in the underage competitions both for club and county. So Sunday 15th September is a big day for Claire, a big day for Cappamore and a big day for Limerick. A supporters bus will travel to Dublin on the day so check with Camogie Club officials if there is still seats available.
Recent Death: The death took place recently in Neasden, London of Nellie Moran (nee Butler) late of Kyle. She was the last member of the Butler family in Kyle as her twin sister, Sr. Alice, died in Newbridge in Jan 2010. Nellie was 81 years old and was predeceased by her husband John Moran from Charleville. They were an unusual sight when they came back to Ireland for their holidays many decades ago , John on the motor bike and Nellie in the sidecar. She is survived by her son, John and daughter Grace and her nephews and nieces, relatives and friends. Her interment took place in London on Wednesday 28th August.
Ceapach Mhór 2013: Preparations are underway for the publication of the 2013 Yearbook, so if you have any articles , photos, news items etc. for inclusion in this year’s edition please hand them in to any member of the Historical society or email them to email@example.com.