Anglesboro Nov 9



1st prize: Mick Kearney and Anthony Hanrahan. 2nd prize divide: Larry English and Peadar Hyland, Teresa Quinn and Rita Noonan. Table prizes: Tom Davern and Willie O’Mahony, Joan O’Brien and Mary Hyland and Gerry Heelan and Willie Walsh. Raffle: 1st prize: Larry English. 2nd prize: Jim Murphy and 3rd prize: Tom Hogan. Cards - every Tuesday night in Anglesboro at 8.30pm. Cards proceeds go towards the maintenance of the Hall and your support would be greatly appreciated.

ANGLESBORO MONTHLY BINGO: €20: Caoimhe Connelly, Mary Coleman, Majella O’Sullivan, T.J. Tobin, Joan O’Connor, Phil Quirke, Denis Kirby, Billy Casey. €40: Triona Fitzgerald, Mary Masterson, Jake O’Brien, Aileen Glasheen, Jackie Condon, Leah Quane, Joan Fleming, Bridget Hanrahan. €50 divide: Aileen Glasheen and Mary Condon. Sheets €30: divide – T.J Tobin and Chloe Cleary. €100: Teresa Martin. Raffle: 1st prize €30: Leanne Quirke. 2nd prize: €20: Bridget Hanrahan. 3rd prize: €10: Emma Whelan. Free books – small Donie Gallahue and large – Marion Heffernan. All proceeds from this bingo event were in aid of Anglesboro National School parents association. Thanks to all who supported.

COLLEGE AWARDS: Congratulations to two former Anglesboro National School students who received awards at St. Fanahans College Awards night recently. Ian O’Connor from Lackendarra received The Principals award having completed his leaving certificate and is now a student in Pallaskenry College. Eamonn Kelly of Lisnalanive received the Sports Award. The awards were presented by Cork hurlers Cathal Naughton and Lorcan McLoughlin. Both students are members of the Galtee Gaels G.A.A Club. Ian is still a minor and is also on the Junior “A” panel, which won the South Limerick Championship, while Eamonn is a member of the Galtee Gaels under sixteen team which contested the County final replay where they were defeated by Mountcollins. Due to a hand injury received while playing hurling for St. Fanahans he was unable to take his place. Well done to both students.

CHRISTMAS FAIR SALE FUNDRAISER: It will be a busy few weeks around the parish with a Christmas Fair Sale to be held in Anglesboro Community Centre on Sunday 10th November. The Fair is being organised by Marion Egan, with all proceeds going to Galtee Gaels Club na n-Og. The sale commences at 2pm.

FUN RUN: On Sunday 17th November, Anglesboro National School Parents Council has organised a 5k run/walk. This will commence at the Community Hall at 12 noon. Sponsorship cards are available from chief organiser Mary Hogan. Light refreshments will be served in the Community Hall afterwards.

PARISH MISSION: The Parish Mission will commence in both churches this weekend. Saturday and Sunday masses will remain at the same times. From Monday 9th November to Friday 15th November morning mass and mission sermon will be at 9.30am. Evening liturgies and mission sermon will be at 7.30pm in both churches. The mission team will be Fr. Aiden Galvin, Fr. Sean Farrell and Mr. Thady O’Connor of the Vincentian Order. Also on this Saturday night in St. Patrick’s Church Anglesboro, they will have their Annual Harvest Thanksgiving mass, which was held over from this years Harvest Fair. Light refreshments will be served in the Community Centre afterwards.

RE-ENACTMENT: As part of the Closing of the Creamery re-enactment, which was done in conjunction with the annual Harvest Fair, it is planned to invite all involved in the original DVD which was recorded in 1981, to Anglesboro Community Hall on Friday nigh t22nd November. It is hoped that many a good story will be told on the days of locals attending the creamery. It is planned to record people’s contributions and have them on a new DVD, which along with the re-enactment will be on sale in time for Christmas. All are welcome to attend. It will start at 7.30pm with a showing of the 1981 dvd. Refreshments will be served.

DRAMA: There was a packed hall in Anglesboro recently for The Shoestring Theater Company’s production of “A night in November”. This award winning production by Marion Jones and produced by Kevin O’Shea was one of the best pieces of drama performed in Anglesboro ever. With Willie Lyons starring as Kenneth McAllister, a protestant dole clerk in a search for his own identity, set up by the bigotry he saw at Windsor Park in Belfast at a soccer match between the Republic and Northern Ireland. However, he ended up in U.S.A in support of the Republic – much to his own amazement. All at the Shoestring Theatre Company were loud in their praises of all the facilities in Anglesboro Hall and thanked the audience for what was their 71st standing ovation. Expectations are high that other drama company’s will perform in Anglesboro in the future. At present Anglesboro youth drama group has commenced rehearsals for their production of “The beauty manifesto” by Neil Leyshon under the watchful eyes of John McGrath and Ilsa Slattery. This production will go on stage on Friday and Saturday 3rd and 4th of January 2014. The adult production will go on stage from Thursday 27th March to Sunday 30th March 2014. The play chosen for 2014 is a play by Bernard Farrell called “Kevin’s Bed”, the cast is being chosen at this time.

G.A.A: At a recent meeting of Galtee Gaels G.A.A it was decided that as part of the Gathering celebrations, they will hold a get together on Saturday night 28th December for the Junior “A” team and the Under 21’s who won County Titles twenty five years ago in 1988. It will take place in the Three Counties Bar in Kilbehenny. More details later. Congratulations to two Club members Tommy Childes and Shane McNamara, who are presently on the Limerick U-17 team which defeated Waterford in the Plate Final on the score of Limerick 4-8, Waterford 0-10. The game was played over the bank holiday weekend.

€10 CARD GAME: Our neighbours Ballyporeen/Skeheenarinky Juvenile GAA Club had to cancel the organised card game last weekend due to a bereavement; however they are holding the fundraising 45 drive card game on this Friday night in the Bally Hi bar in Ballyporeen. The game will start at 8.30pm. It is a €10 game. Your support would be hugely appreciated.

“BLING BLING” FASHION SHOW: The Galtee Gaels Bling Bling Fashion Show tickets are on sale for the show which will happen in Anglesboro Hall on Friday 15th November. The show will start at 8.45pm – which is later, due to the mission. Tickets are on sale from participating shops and local ticket sellers. This is a hugely popular fashion show – now in it’s fifth year – and tickets are selling rapidly already.