GAA: Club membership is now due for the 2013 season. Adults €30. Students / Unemployed / OAP’s €20. Underage €10. Payment can be made to any of the club officers
Lotto Results for Monday 18th of February: Numbers drawn - 16 20 26 28. No winner. Lucky dips - Emma Durkan, Christy McMahon, J McCarthy, Dermot Nash. Sellers prize - Margaret O’Connell. Next week’s jackpot is €5,600, you can purchase a ticket online or from any of our local sellers
Players meeting this Saturday night in Cill Bhride at 7.30pm sharp. All junior players are expected to attend.
The Juvenile Club will hold a registration night for children from U16 to U6 on Monday 4th March in the TEACH, Cloverfield at 7.30pm,all players and parents are urged to attend.Our plans for the coming year will be outlined, this is an important year for the club as we will host a team for Feile na nGael on the weekend of July 5/6/7th.Please bring membership fee on the night,€10 for U16 to U8 and €5 for U6. Visit http://www.kdgaa.ie/ for further details
EMLY VARIETY PLAYERS: present John Murphy’s Three Act Play “The Country Boy” on Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd March and Sat 9th & Sunday 10th March in Halla Naoimh Ailbhe, Emly, at 8.15 nightly.
HEALING MASS: will be celebrated in Knockainey Church on Monday March 4th at 7.30pm by Rev. Fr. John Walsh. Water and Salt will be blessed at this Mass and also individual Eucharistic Blessing. All are welcome.
AFTERNOON TEA DANCE: in Knockainey Community Centre on Sunday March 10th at 3pm. Music by Liam O’Sullivan. Dancing from 3pm to 6pm. Adm €5. Tea and homemade scones will be served. Come along and enjoy a great evenings entertainment.
RAMBLING HOUSE: Due to Drama Rehearsals there will be no Ramblling House on March 8th. St. Patrick’s Players Cloverfield will perform ‘’MOLL’’ a two act comedy by J.B. Keane in the Teach on Sunday March 17th and on Friday March 22nd at 8.30p.m. The Play will also be performed in Pallasgreen C.C. on Sunday March 24th at 8.30p.m. and in Friarsgate Theatre kilmallock on Friday April 5th and Saturday 6th at 8p.m.
SOCCER: we had three home games on Saturday in cold with sunny conditions. First up were our U15s who, although short several players,put in an excellent performance in the first round of the cup.St Pats took the lead on the stroke of half time but our lads plugged away in the second half but found their keeper in excellent form.We finally got the equaliser near the end when Brian O’Grady smashed a cracker to the net.Extra time was now needed and penalties looked likely until St Pats struck at the death,this was very cruel on the lads. Best were Patrick Rodahan, Rian O’Dea and Craig Thompson. Our very young U11s took on a very strong and physical Castle United but held their own in the first half to leave it 1-0 down at the break. We ran out of steam in the second half but this was a great effort especially from Jake O’Riordan, Sean O’Dwyer,John Egan and Stephen Power.
Finally our U8s took on Castle United and this was a very enjoyable outing as both sided attacked from the start.It finished 3-3 which was very fair our goals coming from Evan McCarthy (2) and Charlie Holmes,man of the match went to young Alan Kinkade