COMMUNITY WORKSHOP: This event gives you an opportunity to have your say in shaping and managing your local environment. It offers a forum for members of the community to provide feedback on the best way to develop a common vision for Tarbert so that our needs, desires and aspirations for the future of our surrounding landscape, heritage and ecology are best served. This event gives you the chance to say what you would like to be achieved in your own area, be it a street, an estate or a town-land particularly in relation to Tidy Towns 2013. The Workshop will be held in the Community Centre on Thursday March 21 from 8.00 to 9:30 pm. All are welcome to attend and share their ideas.
DANCE: Dance the winter blues away at Tarbert Community Centre on Sunday March 24, from 3 to 5:30pm to the music of Big Maggie and Big Ivan. Admission €5 and refreshments served.
COMMUNITY GAMES: Well done to the U14 Tag Rugby team who played brilliantly in the County final at the weekend. They were unlucky not to make the top two in their group. They played in three very closely contested matches and should be very proud of their achievement. The team members were; Ciara Haugh, Sasha Brent, Siun Walsh, Kate Stack, Shauna Mulvihill, Kayla Mulvihill, Aine Enright, Darragh Mulvihill, Cian Enright-Barry, Jamie O’Mahony, John Normile and Niall Haugh. Thanks to Karen and Aidan Mulvihill and Maura Walsh who trained the team and to the parents who travelled to support them on the day.
GROW IT YOURSELF: Limerick West GIY with the aim of inspiring people to grow their own food will hold its March meeting on Thursday March 21at 7pm sharp in D&M Garden Centre, Croagh with new growers and old hands all welcome. This months talk will be given by Chris who will speak about cabbage and their versatility in that they can be harvested all year round by planting different varieties. You who love your greens this talk will be excellent for both the new grower and the experienced old hands. There will also be our first seed / plant swap of the season so please bring any unwanted seeds or excess plants and who knows you might just pick up that seed / plant you have been looking for. There is no need to bring anything if you don’t have spares and you can still take what you see during the swap. GIY’s vision is for a healthier, more connected and more sustainable world where people grow their own food. The organisation brings people together in community groups and online to inspire and empower them to grow vegetables. More information from www.giyireland.com.
ICA MEETINGS: An ICA guild has been formed in Tarbert.Meetings take place Monday nights at 8pm in the community centre.All new members welcome I.C.A. QUIZ will take place in Coolahan’s Bar on Friday night March 15, at 9:30pm.Everybody Welcome.
CONDOLENCES: Sympathy is extended to the Sheehan, Moore, O’Sullivan (Tarmons and Ballinoe) and Finucane families (Piermount) on the recent death of Breda Sheehan of NY and of Alberto Cioffi of Tarmons and NY. Interment of both took place in the Gate of Heaven Cemetery New York, USA. May They Rest in Peace!
GAA LOTTO: There was no winner of last week’s lotto draw. The numbers drawn were; 9, 12, 19 and 24. Bar Prize winner Anthony Stack. The Lucky Dip winners were Ollie Conyard, Ger Buckley, Mary Buckley, Kevin O’Connell, and Tomas Coolahan. Next week’s draw will take place in the Savage’s Bar with a jackpot of €1,400. Thanks to all those who continue to support the Lotto. Yearly tickets are now available from all committee members.
MATCH RESULTS: Tarbert Seniors were defeated by Listowel under floodlights last Friday evening on a scoreline of Tarbert 1-8 Listowel 0-18. Tarbert started the game well and were 0-5 to 0-2 up after ten minutes. With Listowel gaining dominance at mid field and their forwards moving well Listowel responded by scoring eleven points without reply to lead at half time by 0-6 to 0-13. The second half was well contested by both sides but Listowel were always in control and ran out convincing winners. Team: Donnacha Enright, Jack Finucane, Kevin Enright, Pa Hanlon, Daniel O’Connor, Kevin Wren, Jason Wren, Ian Flavin, Micheal Normile, Ambrose Lanigan, Mark Buckley, Danny. Wren, David Langan, Donal Leahy, Niall Stack. Subs that played were; Shane O’Connor, Conor Flavin and Sean Holly. On Sunday, Tarbert travelled to Castleisland and were defeated on a scoreline of 0-8 to 0-5. Played in blustery conditions this was a much improved performance from the game on Friday night. Team: Micheal Carrig, Danny Wren, Kevin Enright, Pa Hanlon, Shane O’Connor, Ambrose Lanigan, Jason Wren, Ian Flavin, Donal Leahy, Micheal Normile, Niall Stack, Mark Buckley, David Langan, Conor Flavin and Kevin Wren.
MATCH FIXTURE: Tarbert’s next game in the North Kerry League is at home to Brosna next Sunday in Shannon Park at 2pm.
MINORS: Moyvane/Tarbert, were defeated by Ardfert last Saturday evening in Ardfert on a scoreline of 2-5 to 1-14. Next game is away to Kenmare/Kilgarvan this Saturday at 4:pm.
U-16: Moyvane/Tarbert U-16 team commence the North Kerry League on Monday 18 March at home to Finuge.
CLUB MEMBERSHIP: Players and members are reminded that closing date for membership is the end of March. Players cost €50 while ordinary members cost €25, subscriptions to be forwarded to Club Register Donnacha Enright.
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