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Mullinahone News July 13th

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Pride of Place Goes to Nicola

In a weekend which was overshadowed by the Munster senior hurling Final, pride of place in Mullinahone must go to local young lady, Nicola O’Dwyer of Ballyvadlea. In Tuam, Co. Galway on Saturday Nicola was co-captain of the Tipperary Ladies U14 football team which defeated Donegal in the All-Ireland final replay. No alone was Nicola a captain of the team, but she also won the “Player of the Game” award for her display in goal in the second half when Donegal started to rally.

In the end, Tipp won by six points. A week previously, Tipp scored two goals in added time to salvage a draw in the final. What a difference a week makes. For the historians, back in 1996 (19 years ago) Nicola’s mother, Colette Brett also won an All-Ireland Ladies club football medal with Shelmaliers of Wexford. Well done Nicola  We’ll say a chip off the old block.

Thank You Joe

The community are organising a presentation at the end of the month to our postman, Joe Pollard who retires on July 18th. Joe has been our long serving postman for the last two decades through hail, rain and snow or shine and he deserves our appreciation for his service to the community. If you would like to be associated with the presentation, you can do so in any of the local shops or by contacting any member of our community council.

Ploulacapple NS

Congratulations to Poulacapple NS who were to the fore at Clonmel Show recently winning quite a number of prizes. In fact, the school was presented with the overall prize for their various entries. Principal Mary Meagher was the recipient of €500 on behalf of the school. Individual winners were Tia O’Sullivan, 1st in Art, Roisin Foley, 2nd in Photography and Padhraic Foley, 2nd in Poetry. Padhraic was also in action representing Poulacapple NS and Tipperary Schools in the Primary Go games played during the Munster Final in Semple Stadium on Sunday. Well done Poulacapple NS.

Credit Union

The computer switch over and change of hours in Mullinahone Credit Union went rather smoothly on Thursday last and also on Saturday morning. Our Credit Union is now part of the much bigger Clonmel- Fethard- Mullinahone Credit Union with more and better services for members.  Apologies to those people who turned up outside of hours on Thursday and Friday last. The new days and hours are Thursdays 3.30pm to 7pm and Saturday morning 10am to 1pm.

Local Lotto

The last local lotto jackpot draw took place on Monday 6th July. The winning numbers drawn were 7,18,2l and 30. There was no jackpot winner, but congrats to Trisha O’Brien who won the Match 3 prize of €150. Next draw is on Monday next 20th July when the jackpot could be worth €12,700.

GAA Briefs

Not the best of weeks for our teams. Our Intermediate footballers went down to Grangemockler in Ballingarry on Friday night though they are still likely to qualify for the South Tipp semi-final. Our hurlers had a useful outing in the Thurles hurling festival getting in much needed practice for the upcoming South Tipp semi-final v Killenaule. Well done to Sharon Scott and Just Men Barbers on the support signs around the village wishing Tipp luck in the Munster Final. The signs seemed to have worked.

Tennis Summer Camp

A Tennis Summer camp will take place from Monday 20th July to Friday July 24th from 10am to 12 noon. Ages 5 to 15 years. Fee €35. Rackets and balls supplied. For further info contact Amy at 087-7728047.

Rose Re-Opens

Our hairdresser, Rose Grant will re-open on this Thursday 16th July after her recent break.

 

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