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Mullinahone News July 27th

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Kickham Country Weekend

Going strong since 1983, the Kickham Country Weekend goes ahead again in Mullinahone on 7th to 9th Aug. The official opening which includes a Cheese and Wine reception will be by Dr. Proinsias O Drisceoil at 7.30pm on Friday 7th August. This will be followed by a lecture on Michael Kavanagh, the first biographer of Charles Kickham by Professor Pádraig Ó Macháin of N.U.I. Cork.

Saturday afternoon brings a guided bus tour to Templeorum and the farm of Mrs. Mary O’Shea. Another lecture “Old Kilcash- a Womans history” takes place on Saturday night at 8.30pm. The lecturer this time is Dr. John Flood who lectures in The Netherlands. Sunday brings the Anniversary Mass and the laying of wreaths and oration at Kickhams grave by well- known author Jim Maher. The weekend concludes with the poetry reading in Killaghy Castle with the guest poet, the well- known Michael Coady of Carrick-On-Suir.

Senior Hurling

Our Senior hurlers have to go through the back door if they wish to reach this year’s South Tipp Senior Hurling final. Last week, in a fine game, they lost out to Killenaule by six points 3-19 to 2-16 in the semi-final. Although much under strength, our lads played well with good displays from a number of the younger players. However, all is not lost as we now have another chance to reach the final when we face Ballingarry in another semi-final. It is hoped that some of our injured contingent will be back in action for this game and that some of our more experienced players will approach top form.

Parish Newsletter

Anniversary Masses next weekend Saturday 1st August at 8pm Tom O’Keeffe, Mullinoly, Sunday 2nd August at 9.30am, Denis and Ciss O’Brien , Kylotlea and Mikey Tobin, do. Sunday 2nd August at 11.30am, Tess McNamara, Mullinoly. Congrats to John O’Sullivan, Killaghy on his recent marriage to Deirdre Cleary of Fethard.  There are still seats available on the bus going to Knock on Sunday next, 2nd August. For further info please contact Joe O’Gorman.

Local Lotto

The last local lotto jackpot draw took place on Monday 20th July. The numbers drawn were 1,4,11 and 28. We had no jackpot winner, but ten shared the Match 3 prize of €250. Congrats to Breda Walsh, Sarah Denn, Curran Bros. Shane/Nonie, Frank Lawless, Sean and Al, Michelle Cuddy, Brian and Granny, Claire Fogarty, ODD Hynes.

Thank You Joe

A special presentation to Joe Pollard, our recently retired postman will take place in the Community Centre on Saturday 1st August at 8.30pm. If you wish to be associated with this “Thank You to Joe” contact any member or officer of the Community Council.

Local Ladies Football

Best wishes to our two county minors Aoibhe O Shea and Áine Dunne who will contest the the All Ireland Ladies minor football final with Tipperary against Armagh on Sat. next in Kinnegad Co.Westmeath. Having won Munster this year the team scored a merited but narrow victory over Offaly in the semi-final.

Junior Ladies

Training continues for our junior ladies team weekly. Having won Junior B last year this team are capable of progress in the Junior A this year if all players give their commitment.

Gaelic 4 Mothers

This is proving to be a big hit with the Ladies of the parish with emphasis on fun and non- competitive action on the field. Please come along and enjoy the football with some friends.

Field Day

According to a most decorative poster Mullinahone GAA Club will hold a Field Day in aid of Juvenile development on Mon. Aug.3rd in Mullinahone GAA Sportsfield from 2pm to 5.30pm. Admission is only €5. Come along to enjoy the fun.



Knock na gow
Knocknagow or the Homes of Tipperary By Charles J. Kickham

South Tipperary
South Tipperary, 1570-1841: The Land, Region and Rivalry

 Sally Kavangh
Sally Cavanagh; Or the Untenanted Graves: A Tale of Tipperary
By Charles J. Kickham



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