The Clogheen Drama Group would like thank everyone who came to see this years production of John B Keanes play Sharons Grave. For Thursday nights show, all proceeds on the night went to the school.


The story of Shannbally Castle, Ballylooby, and surrounding areas with speaker John Tuohy will take place in Ballylooby community hall on Wednesday, April 3, at 8pm. Adults €5, refreshments served, all welcome


Overall Winners: 1st Place: James Condon – Goatenbridge 1060 Points – Total Winnings €1025. Joint 2nd Place: John Pyne - Kilroe 1040 Points – Total Winnings €350, Joint 2nd Place: Eamon Egan – Bulmers 1040 Points – Total Winnings €275. Daily Prizewinners: Tuesday, March 12, four tickets share the Daily Prize on 360 points - €25 each Tom & Robert Breedy, Lios Mhuire, Kevin & Norrie Moloney, Main Streer, Seamus O’ Doherty - Clonmel and Tom Stevenson – Cahir Wednesday, March 13, 1 Winner - €100 - John Pyne, Kilroe. 400 Points. Thursday, March 14, again four tickets share the Daily Prize with 220 points - €25 each Eamon Egan – Bulmers, James Condon – Goatenbridge, Eamon O’ Gorman – Main Street and Willie Keating – Bohernagore. Friday, March 15, two tickets on 360 points share the Daily Prize - €50 each Sean Foley – Bulmers, Frank Roche – Clonmel. Clogheen Playground Committee would like to thank everybody who bought a ticket. Due to the success of the Cheltenham Challenge, the committee are donating €400 to the Friends of St. Theresa’s Hospital and another €400 to the restoration of Fr Sheehy’s Tomb in Shanrahan.


Early chances to the Vee finally told when Ronan Dwyer put the home side ahead, with an outstanding strike on 27minutes. The same player showed his leadership qualities by finishing to the net on 35minutes. Burncourt exerted the early pressure in the second half and were rewarded with a Pa Ryan goal on 56minutes. The home side regrouped and Jimmi Haddu made the game safe for Rovers after 72minutes with an excellent header. Final score Vee Rovers 3 Burncourt Celtic 1.


Brian Borus Camogie Club is holding a clothes collection. Bring unwanted clothes in black bags to training until April 20. Contact Kevin 0879190525 or Mary 08603609622.

Well done to Caoimhe Ryan Ballylooby NS who represents the school in camogie trials for primary games.

Well done to all the girls on the U14 camogie team who had a great win over New Inn last Tuesday night in the first round of their championship. Next up Carrick Swans on Tuesday, April 2, in Ballylooby.