Recent Death: The death occurred peacefully at Tipperary General Hospital, Clonmel of Celia Murphy, Lattin, formerly of Duncummin, Emly. She is survived by her brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, other relatives and friends. Following Requiem Mass in the Church of the Assumption, Lattin, burial took place in Emly Cemetery.
Coffee Morning: There will be a Coffee morning/Cake Sale/Raffle in the Cannon Ryan GAA Hall, Lattin on Wednesday, November 13 from 10am to 1pm. Mary Jo Heffernan has held this event for the last couple of years and looks forward to welcoming everyone on the day. All proceeds will go directly to South Tipperary Hospice.
Tidy Towns: Cullen Tidy Towns Committee have organized a fund raising raffle with some great prizes. Tickets, costing €5 each or a book of three for €10 are available from any committee member and local outlets. The draw will take place in Dawson Bar, Cullen on Saturday, November 30, at 9 pm.
Gun Club: ELCO Gun Club held a very successful race night in Thurles Greyhound Stadium recently. The winner of the €500 Buster prize was Ann Fitzgerald, Giant Grave, Clonmel. The club would like to thank local landowners on whose lands 400 adult pheasants were released in mid October.
Soccer: Cullen-Lattin B team were defeated by Two Mile Borriis’ second team last Sunday. The final score was 3 -2. Next Sunday the A team travel to Burncourt for a 2 pm kick-off in the second round of the Munster Junior Cup and the B team will play Bansha Celtic at 11 am in Knockane.
On Saturday, the Under 12 B team play in Pallas at 11 am, the Under 14s and 16s are both at home to Charleville and Ballylanders, respectively.
Ladies Football: Well done to the Under 16’s who beat Fethard last weekend in a very exciting game of football in the A Competition Summer League Final. A reminder to all that we are looking for help on and off the field for next season.
County FinaL: Commiserations to Aherlow Gaels who were defeated in the County Senior Football Final last Sunday. Well done to all the local lads on their involvement.