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A County Minor

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A County Minor

Congratulations to local hurler, Micheál Dunne. On Wednesday night last week, in Ennis, Micheál became the 18th C.J.Kickhams hurler to play minor championship for Tipperary. Micheál lined out at full forward against Clare and played the full hour. He also scored, but on the night Tipperary were not good enough and are now out of the championship. We hope that this is the start for Micheál of a long and successful career with club and county.

Local Lotto Jackpot

The last local lotto jackpot draw took place on Tuesday April 29th. The numbers drawn were 3,13,19 and 21. We had no jackpot winner, but there were 2 match 3 winners who shared the Match 3 prize of €150. Congrats to Terry Nolan and Nipper. Next draw will be on Monday next May 12th when the jackpot could be worth €4,450. If you would like to win, first be in.

Community Games

Art and Model Making.

The county finals of art and model making in Community Games took place in Clonmel on April 26th. 28 girls and boys from Mullinahone parish took part. Local medal winners were, Boys U8 Shane McGrath (3rd), Girls U10 Keelin Jane Vaughan (3rd), U8 Girls Philomena Gillman (2nd), U16 Boys John Gillman (1st) U12 Boys Jaedon Paget (2nd). All the above were winners in Art, while in Model Making in U10 boys Jack Sheehan was 1st. Thank you to all who represented Mullinahone. Well done to those who won gold (1st), silver (2nd) or bronze (3rd) medals and best of luck to the gold medalists Jack and John who will represent Tipperary in the All-Ireland finals in Athlone in August.

Running

The parish Community Games athletics competition will take place on Friday evening, May 9th in the soccer field at 6.30pm. Races for girls and boys U6, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16. All are welcome.

Local Elections.

The local election campaigns are beginning to gather steam in Mullinahone. The local message is that it is most important for our local community to be represented in the new County Council. It is up to all our voters by turning out to bring about this desirable result. Our community’s progress in the last decade or more didn’t come about by accident.

History Book Patronage

If you wish to become a parton of our GAA History Book which will be launched later in the year, please contact any of the History Book Committee or GAA club officer, Martin Cody, Eddie McCarthy, Albert Curran, Jackie Bolger, Tommy O’Sullivan, Joe Tobin, Rickie Sheehan, Sean O’Meara, Neil Thompson or Dick Egan. Patronage will cost €50 which includes a free copy of the book and your name included in the publication. We look forward to hearing from you shortly.

Community Council

Our Community Council will hold an open meeting on Thursday May 15th at 8pm in the Community Centre. We urge each group and society to have a representative present. We also invite individuals who have an interest in getting involved in the Community Council to come along. Muileann na hUamhan Abú.

Parish newsletter

Rosary will be said at the Callan Road Grotto each week evening Monday to Friday at 7.15pm during May. First Communion takes place in St.Michael’s Church on Saturday, May 17th at 11am. Condolences to the daughters , Claire Fogarty and Evelyn Hutchinson of James Keating, Ballyogue who passed away during the week. Sympathy also to Jim’s sisters Annie and Kitty. Condolences to John Hayes, Priestown on the recent death of his mother, Maureen Hayes, Killenaule. Anniversary Masses next weekend Saturday , May 10th at 8pm Denis Quirke, Gurteen and Sunday, May 11th at 11.30am Frank O’Brien, Kyleawilling. May they all rest in peace.

Under Age GAA

Well done to our U16 footballers and their mentors on their recent win. 3 wins out of 4 has secured them a semi-final spot. Well done also to our U14 footballers and their mentors who represented the South division in the County final where they lost to Newport. The U14’s play Swan in Mullinahone on Thursday evening. Please support.

 

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