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Mullinahone News Feb.23rd

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Parish News

Congregations at all Masses over the weekend were addressed by a member of the Comboni Missionaries. This Order works in over 40 countries worldwide. Our visitor spoke glowingly of the order’s work in Malawi in Africa. Anniversary Masses next weekend Saturday February 28th at 8pm Thomas, Margaret and Mary Tobin, Ballinacloughy, Sunday lst March at 11.30am Tommy Healy, Ballyduggan. May they rest in peace. On Sunday evenings at 7pm in St. Michael’s Church for the duration of Lent, Lenten Devotions will take place.  Preparations continue for Confirmation in Mullinahone at the end of March and for First Holy Communion in mid-May.

Schools Enrollment

Our 3 Primary Schools are now all accepting enrollments for September 2015.  In St. Michael’s N.S. call to Rosie in the office between 9.30am and 1pm or to Mairead in the Infants classroom in the afternoon, for an enrolment form.  Call to Poulacapple N.S for an enrolment form or ring the school.  Ring 052-9153542 re. enrolment in Kilvemnon N.S.

Local Lotto

The local lotto jackpot was not won on Monday last Feb.16th.  Numbers drawn were 14,24,25 and 30. We did have 5 Match 3 winners who shared the Match 3 prize of €150. Congrats to Brennan and Duggan, Denis O’Brien, Lisa and Paddy, Mary Lee and Mary Mullins. Jackpot next week could be worth €10,450. Do be in if you want to win.

Community Draw

The most recent monthly draw took place on Tuesday last Feb. 17th. The winners were €150 Helen Keating/Gale, €70 Lena Saunders, €25 Mary Gunn, E25 Edwin O’Meara, €20 Pat Treacy.

C.J. Kickhams GAA Saturday last saw us out of the -21B South Tipp Football Championship when despite an improved display we lost out to Grangemockler in Monroe.  Our senior hurlers begin the Tipperary Challenge Cup with a home game against Silvermines in Mullinahone at 2.30pm on Sunday next.  Support would be appreciated.  The monthly meeting of the club which was deferred will take place on this Wednesday night February 25th at 9pm.

Fantasy Cheltenham

If you can’t go to Cheltenham March 10th to 15th, you can still be there in spirit with a chance of winning if you play Fantasy Cheltenham like so many did 2 years ago. Ring Eddie on 087-6843540 for more details.

Under 12 Football

Well done to our U12 footballers who got their season off to a good start with a fine 2-01 to 0-00 win over Ballingarry in Ballingarry on Saturday last. Hopefully, we can have the players involved for you next week.

Black Spots

3 major black spots in the parish to report on this week. Two of them involve litter and the third road markings or rather the lack of them. The rubbish spots are (a) dog dirt on the village streets and (b) a major dumping site building up on the backroad in Ballydonnell and (c) the absence of road markings on the road into the village from the creamery makes the road dangerous especially during foggy or wet weather.

Community Alert

The local Community Alert service seems to have reactivated again. Of course, signs of suspicious activity to go out on text must be first reported. No guards can be inspired. To report suspicious activity, ring 0504-25100.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 March 2015 13:59
 

Mullinahone News Feb.16th

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Parish Newsletter

The season of Lent 2015  begins on this Wednesday with masses at 10am and 8pm. Ash Wednesday is a day of fast and abstinence. The Missionary Society of the Columban Fathers will speak at all Masses in Mullinahone next weekend 21st and 22nd February. They will ask for your prayers and financial support for their work in over 40 countries. The parish was well represented at the installation of Archbishop Kieran O’Reilly. We look forward to meeting him on Thursday 26th March for Confirmation in Mullinahone. Sympathy to Mary Brett, Ballydavid on the recent death of her sister, Joan Curran, Dungarvan. Anniversary Masses next weekend Sunday 22nd February at 9.30am Peggy Scott, Ballyrichard, Sunday at 11.30am Liam Hogan, Briersfield.  May they all rest in peace.

Local Lotto Jackpot

The local lotto jackpot drawn on 9th February was not won. The numbers drawn were 2,5,12 and 16. We had nine winners of the Match 3 prize of €225.  Congrats to Lee Browning, Pat Brennan, Kevin and Shaky, Noreen Maher, Thomas Barron, Mick Dunne, Brennan and Duggan families, Beaty Shelly and Liam O’Brien. Next draw on February 23rd when the jackpot could be worth €10,300.  o win, you must first be in.

Clothing Collection

In aid of Fr. Nicholas Ngulutu, St. Josephs Kavisuni, diocese of Kitui, Kenya. All types of clean dry ladies gents and childrens clothing , bed linen, curtains, towels and bags, belts and paired shoes. Collection on this Thursday, February 19th at St. Michaels Church Carpark.

Schools

St. Michael’s National School, Mullinahone is now accepting enrollments for September 2015. Please call to the school for enrollment form. Office hours :  call to Rose from 9.30am to 1pm. After hours call to Mairead in the Infant classroom.

Poulacapple National School is now accepting enrollments for September 2015.  For enrollment forms please call to the school or phone 052-9153436.

Kilvemnon NS.

Scoil Mhuire, Kilvemnon is also accepting enrolments for September 2015.  For enrolment forms please call to the school or phone 052-9153542.

Mullinahone Juvenile GAA

Our first games of the year are due to begin with our U12 footballers on next Saturday February 21st at 11am in Mullinahone v Ballingarry.  U10 and U16 also back in training with U6 and U8 due to join them out on the field in the coming weeks.  We would encourage as many parents and supporters as possible to attend all games throughout the year and offer encouragement to our future stars.  Registration for U6’s to U16’s must be paid a.s.a.p. to membership officer, Josephine Britton.  All players must be members before playing any games.

Sponsored walk or run cards will be out to all age groups in the next couple of weeks for our walk/run on March 29th. Training continues each Sunday with a walk/run group catering for men/women/children of all levels. At the February monthly meeting, the following club positions were filled.  Vice-Chair, Isobel Croke and Eoin Kelly, Assistant Treasurer, Bill Tobin.

Under 21 Footballers Go Down.

For the second weekend in a row, our U21 footballers suffered a heavy defeat in the championship. On Sunday last in Fethard, they went down rather heavily to Ardfinnan. While the gap was very large at half time, the display in the second half showed a lot more determination than previously seen. A number of the younger players in particular such as Colin Shelly, Michael Cody and Enda Keane showed up well to help older stagers. Jack Shelly, John O’Grady, Richie Walsh, Paul Luttrell and Sean Walzer also showed promise at times. The standard of football displayed over the last 2 weeks must cause concern regarding the attitude to football coaching of this group of players since they were U12’s.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 March 2015 13:54
 

Mullinahone News Feb. 8th

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Mullinahone G.A.A

Open Forum

Mullinahone C.J. Kickhams GAA Club will hold an open meeting on Friday night next Feb. 13th starting at 7.30pm in the GAA complex. The purpose of this very important meeting is to develop a three year plan for our club. This plan will include club administration, teams, club facilities, and structures.  Your contribution will help to frame how our club will move forward in the years to come. This meeting is open to supporters, players and the general public and is a Munster Council initiative. Once again, all are welcome.

Community Alert

Recent robberies in the local area have triggered awareness in community alert. To function Community Alert requires increased interest among the local people. We should be more aware of events taking place in our local area and also of the welfare of the elderly in our midst. To contact Community Text Alert,please contact 0504-25100. It is better to be safe than sorry.  More details of our local Community Alert next week.

Schools September 2015

Poulacapple NS is now accepting enrollments for September 2015. For enrollment forms please call to the school or phone 052-9153436.

St.Michael’s NS Mullinahone is now accepting enrollments for September 2015. Please call to the school for enrollment form. Office hours call to Rose from 9.30am to 1pm. After hours, call to Mairéad in the Infant classroom.

Kilvemnon NS.  For enrollments in September call to the school or phone 052-9153542.

Local Lotto Jackpot

The local lotto jackpot draw took place on Monday 2nd February. The numbers drawn were 7,9,19 and 25.  There was no jackpot winner.  Five punters shared the Match 3 prize of €150. Congratulations to Kevin/Norah and Lauren, Donal O’Brien, Kevin Lahart, S. Rochford and P.J. Barron.

Next draw will be on February 15th when the jackpot may have reached €10,150.

Parish Newsletter

The death took place recently of Nellie O’Meara, (nee Egan), Kilvemnon. Sympathy to her husband Jimmy, her daughters Sinead and Louise, her granddaughter Ava, and the extended family. The deaths also took place of Sr. Lucy O’Dwyer, formerly Clashbeg. Sympathy also, to her extended family. The death has also taken place of Bridget Freeman (nee Maguire) Coolamore. Bridget Freeman was born in Mullinahone and was the mother of Bishop Seamus Freeman of Ossory. Again sympathy to the extended family.

Anniversary Masses next weekend, Saturday 14th February at 8pm.Anniversary of Daniel Brett, Modeshill, Sunday 15th February Anniversary at 11.30am Canon Henry Nash, also Laurence and Ellen O’Shea, Kilvemnon.

A large number of parishioners and Confirmation children prayed for our new Archbishop on Wednesday night last. Tommy Ryan, Modeshill brought water from the only holy well in the parish” Toberadoney “off Graigue Boreen to the Mass. This water was presented at the Archbishop’s installation on Sunday . Thanks to Michael Larkin for his research on Holy wells in the parish.

Buggy Brigade Fittness Class

Beginning on Wednesday 11th February at 10am in Mullinahone Community Centre. €30 for 6 weeks. This programme is subsidised by the Millennium Family Resource Centre, Glengoole.

Juvenile GAA

The Meet and Train walk/run group  will meet again on Sunday 15th February at 4pm at the GAA complex. There will be a 5km/3miles walk or jog at your own pace. The group was bigger last week, so let’s get out this Sunday after the Tipp v Dublin game. Once again, all are welcome.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 March 2015 13:50
 

Mullinahone News Jan.31st

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Water Good and Bad News

Good

Some good news to begin with about the water in the local area. It seems that the long-term leaks on the Carrick Road outside the Community Centre and the leak in the lane at the back of Crottys have been repaired. Of course, one cannot expect leaks to be repaired by Irish Water or Tipperary Co. Council if these authorities are not informed about the leaks. The onus to do this falls on locals or those who pass such leaks on a regular basis.

Bad

The bad news regarding the water supply in the local area concerns the amount of lime in the supply. In the last year, the amount of lime in our water has increased enormously. While this does not appear to be injurious to health, the deposits and scale left on electric or other kettles, washing machines, showers etc. It is both costly to remove these deposits from the machines and even more costly to replace the machines themselves.  With our new water supply now well bedded in, as they say, it is time for the supply itself to be attended to.

Juvenile GAA

Meet and Walk/Run

Our get fit group made a start last weekend with a 3 mile walk. A small group turned out and we are hoping that some more will join us on Sunday 8th February at 12.30pm from the GAA Field. All are welcome to come along and join us as “Bionn gach tosnu lag”). Every beginning is weak).

U10 Training

U10 training resumes on Friday 6th February from 6pm to 7pm in the GAA Hall. Players born in 2005 and 2006 are eligible for U10. Training starts off on February 6th with hurling. As training is in the hall, boys/girls must wear runners.

Registration

Registration for U6’s to U16’s must be paid asap to Membership Officer, Josephine Britton. Josephine has a parents booklet for all parents o ce membership is paid.  A closing date for membership will be decided on at the February meeting.  All players must be members before playing any games.

Football Championship Start Dates

U12 football starts Saturday 21st February

U14 Football starts  Sunday 29th March

U16 Football starts Sunday 15th March

Monthly Meeting

The February Monthly meeting of the Juvenile Club will be held on Thursday 12th February. All are welcome.

School Enrolments

St. Michael’s N.S. is now accepting enrollments for September 2015. Please call to the school for an enrolment form.  During office hours 9.30am to 1pm call to Rosie.  After lunch call to Mairead in the Infants classroom.

Poulacapple N.S. is now accepting enrollments for September next. For enrollment forms, please call to the school or phone 052-9153436. Mary Meagher, Principal. Website Poulacapplens.ie

A Rash of Robberies

Since the run in to Christmas and its aftermath, there seems to have been a rash of robberies in the village and around the area.  So far, happily there has been no violence attached to these robberies, but eventually, this could happen and on the law of averages will happen until the community takes precautions.  By far the most serious events have been a handbag snatch at about 8pm in the village street and a robbery from 2 elderly people in the Carrick Road area.

It is time for the community to stand up and take a share in its own policing.  People should keep their eyes and ears open and be prepared to report suspicious activity in their locality and not just after an event occurs.

One is tempted to ask the question Has our local text alert service gone on a go slow since before Christmas?  We welcome Garda Lisa Prendergast to our midst and would like to make her welcome and to help her do her job.  Since her arrival, Garda Lisa has been very active in our area.  Long may it continue.  It is time for our community to see what we can do to police our community and not ask what our police can do for us with apologies to John F. Kennedy 50 years on.

Parish Newsletter

Anniversary Masses Saturday 7th February at 8pm Months Mind Mass Tom McInerney, The Square, Saturday 7th February Anniversary Mary O’Halloran, Glenwood, Sunday 8th February at 11.30am James and Veronica Brady, Mohober. Don’t forget the Dioceran Prayer Service cum Holy Mass of welcome to our new Archbishop on this Wednesday night.  The Annual Cashel and Emly Dioceran Pilgrimage 2015 to Lourdes will take place from 16th to 21st June. The installation of Archbishop O’Reilly will take place on Sunday next 8th February in Thurles at 3pm.

Local Lotto

The local lotto jackpot draw took place on Monday 26th January. The numbers drawn were 14,20,22 and 25. No jackpot winners, but 2 shared the Match 3 prize of €150. Congratulations to Nathan Mullery and May Dalton. Next draw will be on Monday 8th February when the jackpot could be worth €10,000. If you want to win, do be in.

C.J.Kickhams GAA Club

A 3 year Plan

On Friday 13th February C.J.Kickhams will hold an open forum meeting in the Sports Hall to gather ideas on how the club should develop over the next 3 years. The meeting aims to address all areas of the club including adult teams, juveniles, facilities, finance, club administration and structures. The meeting will be facilitated externally by experts from Munster Council and your input will be extremely valuable. We look forward to welcoming you on February 13th.

 

 
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