Well done to Michael McCormack, Ardagh House, and P.J. Hayes, Post Office, who organised getting the defibrillators for the town and to Carol Lawlor who nominated Killenaule. Both defibrillators have been kindly donated by Boston Scientific Clonmel, one will be installed at the Playground and one in the town.


Sr. Leona O’Callaghan of Franciscan Missionaries in Africa wishes to thank Killenaule and Moyglass Parish for amount collected recently at Masses. Amount raised €2,010.


Thanks to all who supported all events in Killenaule on Daffodil Day. Amount raised will be made known when all monies are counted.


The extension of the existing footpath to Crosscannon Graveyard was discussed at the April meeting of South Tipperary County Council through a motion proposed by our local councillor. The proposal was accepted by the Director of Roads, Transportation and Safety; in due course the proposal will be surveyed and costed and then options for funding will be investigated.


No jackpot winner.1 match 3 – Elaine Quinn, Ennis, Co.Clare. Numbers drawn: 7 12 23 24. Next week’s jackpot €2,800.


Residents in town are shocked to see the County Council removed five bollards on Main Street which were erected to help free flow of traffic through the street which proved very successful but the problem is back again. Time for local town development to take an interest.


George Plant Commeration will take place on Easter Sunday, April 24, at St. Johnstown, approximately three miles south of Killlenaule, at 3pm. Oration will be given by Liam Simpson,Cahir. The Republican Flute band from Carrick on Suir will be in attendance. All are welcome, wear an Easter lily.


Killenaule: Spy Wednesday - No Morning Mass; Evening Mass at 7.00pm. Holy Thursday – Ceremonies at 7pm. Good Friday – Ceremonies at 3pm. Holy Saturday- Ceremonies at 7pm. Easter Sunday - Mass at 11.00am

Moyglass: Spy Wednesday -Evening Mass at 8.00pm. Holy Thursday – Ceremonies at 8.30pm. Good Friday - Ceremonies at 4.30 pm. Holy Saturday – Ceremonies at 8.30 pm. Easter Sunday -Mass at usual time.


Under 14s: Our Under 14s played their first football match of the championship on Monday night, against Carrick Swan. The Carrick boys were victorious on this occasion, but we should learn plenty from this match. Michael Gaynor was superb in goal. The defense put in a trojan effort with big hearted displays from Harry Tobin, Tom Stakelum and Matthew Walsh. Paudie Feehan, Cillian O’Dwyer and Liam Meagher worked hard all night, but our lack of effort on the training pitch cost us dear. Despite hard work, on the night, from the forwards, our final touch let us down, and too many scoring opportunities were squandered. The coaching team will be anxious to remedy this and get back to winning ways as soon as possible.

The following night, Tuesday, the U14 hurlers gave a battling display against a very strong St Mary’s team, in the Féile, in Clerihan. Considering it was their first hurling match of the year, they accredited themselves very well, losing out on a scoreline of 2-9 to 1-3. There were good performances from Jack Gleeson, Tom Stakelum, Gus Browne, Eoin Barry and Pat Doyle. Keep up the good work lads.

Under 12s: Killenaule under 12s are back with a bang at training, with matches coming thick and fast also. Our first outing was against Clonmel Commercials on Friday, April 1. Good displays by Kevin Lawlor, David McCormack and Jack Hayes. Our newcomers played extremely well also. Padraig Harrington, Tom Richardson and Colin Gahan showed some neat touches, and are surely one to watch in the future. We played Cahir last Friday night in Cahir. We had to rely on one of our under 10s to line out for us at corner forward, and that man was David Hayes. Highlight of the night was a score by Padraig Harrington, who scored a point from an acute angle that our inter county footballers would of been proud of. Luke Nolan worked his socks off at full forward, while Gavin Ryan and Danny Gleeson guarded our defence all evening long. Ciaran O’Dwyer, Andrew O’Connell and Mark Heffernan covered a lot of ground around the middle of the field. Training is on every Wednesday night at 6.30pm.

Under 6 Hurling and Football Training

Training will commence for all registered players on Wednesday, April 27, at 6.30pm. Players who have not yet registered can register on the night. Helmets are compulsory for hurling training.


Thanks to everyone involved in the fundraising table quiz. It was well supported and this support is vital and not taken for granted. Michael McCormack provided the premises and refreshments. The questions were devised by Philly O’Dwyer, who also provided the backroom support, with Eddie Ryan and Eleanor Prendergast. Joe O’Dwyer acted as quizmaster and auctioneer.


This is now available at the Post Office from PJ Hayes, and The Greyhound Shop, from Bernie Barrett. Shorts and socks set €20, jerseys from €28, €32 and €35. They will also be available for sale at training on Wednesday, April 27.