Mullinahone.net

  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

All Ireland winner

E-mail Print PDF

Congratulations to Michael O’Shea on winning the all-Ireland U12 mixed skittles title in the National Community games final held in Athlone on Sunday August 18th.  This is Michaels third All Ireland skittles title in 3 years.  As well as being a talented skittles player Michael also represents Mullinahone at U12 and U14 hurling, football and soccer.  Again, well done Michael.

Hard luck to hurlers

Our U12 hurlers lost narrowly to Boherlahan/Dualla in the Tipperary Premier Games semi-final on Tuesday evening last in Littleton.  Leading in the last few minutes, Mullinahone were, however caught and forced into extra time.  Here Boherlahan got on top and ran out winners.  We wish them the best of luck in the final.  The Mullinahone U12 panel on the night was: Steven Hickey, Daire O’Brien, Emma Cody, Jack Lonergan, Cillian White, David Gunn, Eanna Ryan, Matthew Thompson, Michael O’Shea, Cathal Brett, Eoin O’Dwyer, Dylan Webster, Conor O’Brien and Kyle McNamara.  Well done to the panel and their mentors Micheál Cahill and Niall Curran. The U12’s have further games to play in South Tipperary.

Local Lotto

The local lotto jackpot draw took on Monday August 19th.  The numbers drawn were 1,5,12 and 29.  There was no jackpot winner, but 3 people shared the match 3 prize of €150.  Well done to James Tobin, Liam O’Brien and Eddie Hickey.  Next jackpot draw will be on Monday September 2nd when the jackpot could be worth €9,250.  If you want to win, do be in.

Community Council Draw 2013/14

The new draw will take place in September.  This draw is the only source of income for the Community Council.  The proceeds cover all expenses incurred by the council which include insurance, hall maintenance etc.  Entry in the draw costs only €20 per year and there is a draw every month.  It is essential for the community that the council stays viable so your  financial support would be greatly appreciated.

Parish Newsletter

Sympathy is extended to Eddie Lyons, Cappaghnagrane on the death of his mother Susan Lyons, Callan and also to John Lyons (son) and daughter Helen.  Anniversary Masses next weekend Saturday August 31st @ 8pm Billy Cantwell, Kickham Street, Sunday September 1st 9.30am Ned and Mary Dempsey, Kilcash, Sunday Sept. lst @ 11.30am Frank O’Brien, Kyleawilling. May they rest in peace.

Hurling Festival

Our great under age hurling festival will take place on the coming Saturday August 31st in Mullinahone.  Saturday will be devoted to under age hurling while 9.30am Mass on Sunday Sept. 1st will be one of the highlights of the festival.  The weekend should bring a great gathering of young hurlers to Mullinahone.

GAA

Hard luck to our senior footballers who lost out to J.K. Brackens Templemore in the County championship on Saturday afternoon.  With our minor hurlers and senior footballers now only playing for pride in the championships our U21 hurlers are the only ones who can redeem our season.  The U21 panel have got down to serious training.

 

Who's Online

We have 53 guests online

Translator


Newsflash

"And I wouldn't much care for Sierra Leone, If I hadn't seen Killenaule
And the man that was never in Mullinahone,
Shouldn't say he had travelled at all."

 

poet. C.J. Boland