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Aimsir Bia

Salad Bags

After a very slow growing season Aimsire Bia are now back delivering salad bags to these local shops: Walsh’s butchers, Horan’s health food shop, Paddy O’Dwyer butchers and Martain O’Dwyer butchers. Aimsir bia salads are naturally grown, no pesticides or artificial fertilisers used. Harvested fresh and on the shelf in a few hours. Supporting us in purchasing our locally grown food will help to reduce carbon footprint and also help Aimsir Bia (a non for profit organisation) to become sustainable.

Are you interested in learning how to start your own vegetable garden? Aimsir Bia will run an eight week course, two-hours a week, starting in two weeks if we have enough participants. This course will cost E5 an hour. Please phone 0879145614 if you are interested

The Brawl In The Hall

Make sure you find yourself ring side in Halla na Feile next Sunday night, because six weeks of intensive training by players from Cashel Rugby and the Cashel King Cormack’s Clubs, is about to culminate in a high adrenaline night of White Collar Boxing Fundraising.

“The Brawl in The Hall’’ is bound to bring an electric atmosphere to Cashel on the Bank Holiday weekend (Sunday, June 2), as two mighty clubs come together for an evening of entertainment and fun, while also raising badly needed funds to make sure that sport in the town is the ultimate winner on the night.

Best of luck to the brave contenders from both sides.

Rugby Club Bingo & Lotto

Make sure not to miss bingo this Wednesday, May 29, at 8.30pm sharp in Cashel RFC Clubhouse. The Snowball Jackpot on Wednesday, May 29, will be E2,900 on 46 Calls or less and the Lucky Number Jackpot is now E480.

All Welcome - Don’t miss it!


Last weeks Lotto Numbers 4-12-20-31. No winner of last week’s jackpot. Next week’s jackpot E3,400.

Winners: E50 Mick Mackey; E50 M Mulcahy; E20 Fiona Falvey; E20 Nicky Thorton; E20 Evelyn Maher; E20 Aine Hennessy; E20 Peggy Manton.

Cashel Town F.C.

Lotto results for Saturday, May 25. The numbers drawn were 4, 7,10, 25.

The jackpot of E15,350 was not won.

Lucky Dip Winners: Kay Ryan, Tivoli Cleaners, Cashel; Richard Sause c/o Bingo; Josie O’Meara, Galberstown; Nellie O’Connor, Golden; Tom McGrath, Old Road, Cashel; Patrick Pyke, Elm Park. Clonmel; Trevor O’Dwyer, Gooldscross.

Thanks from the

Deanery School

The Deanery School fundraising cookery demonstration with Andrew Rudd was a resounding success and the parents association would like to thank all the sponsors for their generosity on the night.

The parents association would also like to thank the shops and businesses who donated gifts towards the raffle.

On the night of the demo they were overwhelmed with the help and support they received from the staff at Bru Boru in helping them beforehand, during and afterwards.

Thanks to you all

Cashel King Cormac’s

Club Lotto

In association with Cashel Camogie and Handball Clubs

Results from last weeks draw, on May 21, from Feehans Bar are as follows: numbers drawn 3,9, 18 and 20. There was no winner of the E12,500 Jackpot. The second chance numbers were, 3,6, 17 and 29 and again there was no winner of the E500 jackpot.

The following won lucky dips on the night: 50 Minogue Carpets, E50 Sarah McGrath, E20 Eanna O’Connor, E20 Mary Burgess, E20 Jim Coughlan, E20 Michael Boland,E20 Mrs. P Mulligan.

Results from our draw in Donoghue’s Bar, on Tuesday, May 28, will appear in next week’s notes. Our next lotto draw will take place on Tuesday, June 4, and in the event of no jackpot winner from the draw in Donoghue’s the rollover Jackpot will be a massive E12,900 by the time The Capitol Bar host the Lotto draw, so get your tickets in anticipation and come along and join us from 9.30pm onwards.

Golden Kilfeacle Festival

It’s time folks to come out in big numbers and support and enjoy Queen Of The Suir Festival this weekend in our lovely village. A huge amount of work has gone on for months to bring you all this festival, from cutting timber for our auction to weekly meetings to organise everything. So please support all our events a lot of which are free.

Our new events include the Sean nos workshop, heritage walk, wheelbarrow race, duck race, go karting, gathering reunion, will all definitely be worth a visit. To top it all off our festival dance on Sunday night with “Southbound“ and bar extension in the GAA hall. This is for our parish so lets enjoy it together! Some of the teams taking part in wheelbarrow race are: Daithi Bargary / James Maher rep village; Shane O’Connell / Daniel Currivan rep Cloughaleigh; O’Connell brothers rep Golden Hills; Byrnes brothers rep Thomastown; Seanie O’Halloran jnr / James Lawrence and more!