COLAISTE IOSAEF USED CLOTHING COLLECTION: Colaiste Iosaef Parents Association are having a new and used clothing collection. We will take men, women and childrens clothes, shoes, handbags, stuffed toys, and household linens. Put them in a black bag and bring to Colaiste Iosaef gym hall on Thursday January 31 and. Friday February 1 between 3pm and 5pm and Saturday February 2 from 12 midday to 3pm. Recycle and support our local Secondary School.
KILMALLOCK 5 MILE WALK/RUN: Last Saturday, January 26, a 5 mile road race was held around the town of Kilmallock. The route started at the former Girls School, and finished just at the side entrance of the Church....... A fantastic turnout of both walkers and runners of all ages joined in to raise much needed funds for the local primary school, Scoil MocheallÃ³g. There were prizes for the first three male and first three female runners home and the results with times are as follows: Male - 1st John Shanahan 28:01, 2nd RuaidhrÃ Devitt 30:30, 3rd Mike Cunningham 30:38. Female - 1st Claire Devitt 37:20, 2nd Deirdre McCarthy 37:28, 3rd Antoinette Coleman 37:32. Well done to all who took part and there has been fantastic feedback so a big congratulations to the organisers.
KILMALLOCK CYCLING CLUB: Last weekend once again saw groups out on both Saturday and Sunday mornings. Saturday saw our elite group hit the road at 9am from the old Neodata carpark and while the speed is up so is the craic. Sunday once again saw a group leave at 9am and it was great to see John Higgins back out on the bike after a break of 8 weeks due to a collarbone injury. We have beginners, leisure and elite cyclists so whatever your fitness level is we are here to help. All are very welcome to join in, nobody gets left behind. It is great to see the numbers turning up to enjoy a nice leisurely spin where there is always a good story and a good laugh had by all. It wonâ€™t be long now until the season of â€˜Sportivesâ€™ and â€˜Racingâ€™ gets under way so donâ€™t delay, come along and have the craic while getting fit into the bargain. The confirmed date for Kilmallock Cycling Clubs â€œHUB TOURâ€ is Sunday April 14, so stick it in your diary and get pedalling as this is truly a spectacular day out for all cyclists.
KILMALLOCK UTD: Kilmallock Ladies Soccer - Anyone interested in playing ladies soccer for Kilmallock? We will have light training every Saturday evening from 6pm to 7pm for an hour for the next few weeks. The league starts in April and the club has been invited to take part in a number of pre season invitational tournaments which are due to take place at end of February and March. New players are especially welcome. Please contact Joe McCormack 087-7505479 if you have any queries or would like to play but cannotâ€¨make Saturday. Soccer Lotto: remember if you have relatives living abroad who would be interested in supporting the club, tell them about the ONLINE LOTTO option. www.locallotto.ie. Lotto Draw for Tuesday January 22 2013, Numbers drawn 8, 10, 24, 25 - No winner. Lucky Dips - â‚¬50 James Barry c/o Golden Vale Service Station, â‚¬20 Josephine Staunton c/o Lorcan Casey, â‚¬20 Caitriona Kelly c/o Betty Kelly, â‚¬20 Rosemary Oâ€™Riordan c/o Flanagans Bar.
FRIARâ€™S GATE THEATRE: Fred and Alice returns to Friarsâ€™ Gate On Thursday January 31 and Friday February 1, @ 8pm, CallBack Theatre present Fred and Alice, written and directed by John Sheehy writer of the hugely successful Set in Stone. Fred and Alice is a quirky love story played at a blistering pace. Itâ€™s not easy to get by in this crazy old world. But Fred and Alice have discovered that all you really need are 2 tennis rackets, a freezer full of ready meals and an immature coping strategy. The play features Ciaran Birmingham (Game of Thrones) and Cora Fenton (Deception TV3) .
American Buffalo by David Mamet - On Friday February 8, @ 8pm, Magic Roundabout Theatre Company presents American Buffalo by David Mamet. Starring Darren Maher, Stefan Barry and Ger Meaney. A coin collector stumbles across a valuable buffalo nickel in a small Chicago junk shop and purchases it for only $90. Later coming to believe that the coin was worth far more than this and feeling he has been unfairly taken advantage of, Don, the shop owner, becomes determined to steal the coin back. He elicits help from Bobby, a young friend, and Teach, a paranoid and violent braggart. The three conspirators fancy themselves as businessmen pursuing the legitimate concerns of free enterprise. In reality, however, they are merely small time crooks, and all of their plotting amounts to nothing in the end. www.friarsgate.ie/063-98727
ART CLASSES: Commencing Tuesday January 29 and running for 10 weeks is the schedule for Robert Ryan who has been running Art Classes in Friarâ€™s Gate since its opening fifteen years ago. There will be both morning and evening classes. For more details please contact Friarâ€™s Gate on 063-98727 or Robert himself on 086-8812929.
KILMALLOCK PASTORAL & RESOURCE CENTRE: Citizens Information Centre is open on Thursday, Friday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this coming week from 10am to 2pm and on Friday from 10am â€“ 1.30pm. Thursday January 31 is the Citizens Information Centre Financial night which takes place from 8 â€“ 9pm. Thursday January 31 also sees The Bridge Club meet from 7pm â€“ 10.30pm and all are welcome. On Friday February 1 the Parent and Toddler Club meet from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Monday February 4 is Counselling Service from 10am â€“ 4.30pm and at 8pm the ICA will hold a meeting which will finish at 10pm. On Tuesday February 5, the Tuesday Club meet from 10.30am until 12 noon. For more details please contact the Pastoral & Resource Centre on (063) 98131.
SOUTHSIDE WHEELY WHEELERS: Southside Wheely Wheelers had our post Christmas/ pre-season party on Saturday in the Central bar in Bruree, while we are in the middle of pre-season training and some of us are still trying to shed some turkey we are also a social club so as a fiction writer once put it itâ€™s not about bike- well for a few hours at least. A big thank you to the Central Bar for the great music, food and hospitality, a great night was had by all. Our next night out will have a lot to live up, so where to next? Spin training continued this week on Tuesday and Friday in Fit4Life gym in Kilmallock with club members spread across two classes each night with Altus and Aaron putting us through our paces, this shedding the excess Turkey is tough going but will be of huge benefit when we are away on our first tour of the season in Blarney. Our official Sunday spin was cancelled this week due to the party the night before but a brave few ventured out in tough conditions on Saturday, out cycling were Declan McCarthy, Jerry Reidy, Ger Finn, Tadgh Murphy and John Carey. Spin training continues this week on Tuesday and Friday , if you have a spot booked and cannot make it can you please leave Paul know the morning of the class that you canâ€™t make it so he can fill that spot. Sunday training will resume this week with a reasonably flat route taking in a well deserved coffee stop half way around. We will be leaving at 8.30 and as for all our club spins we depart from the car park behind Kilmallock Cycles and there will be a group and a pace to suit everyone.
KILMALLOCK WOMENS GROUP: Kilmallock Womenâ€™s Group continue to meet every Wednesday from 10.30-12pm, in the Foroige Youth Centre, Lord Edward St., Kilmallock. â‚¬2 a week. Women from the town and all surrounding areas are most welcome to join us for a cup of tea, chat and a range of differnet activities. You donâ€™t have to be able to come every week.
HEADLESS HORSEMAN OFF THE BEATEN TRACK: Saturday March 30, 2013. Cycle 14k â€“ Run 7k â€“ Short obstacle course â€“ Hike/walk 3k â€“ Cycle 14k. This is the first time The Headless Horseman Adventure Race team have included an obstacle course in their races. The course is short and challenging but heaps of fun! Take part solo or as part of a team and enjoy this unique adventure. An undiscovered gem of off road obstacles awaits you in the area of the Ballyhoura Mountains known as the Trim Trail. More details can be found on www.hhar.ie