Powerstown Lisronagh



Our next monthly meeting will take place on Wednesday, June 6. The guest speaker will be Ber O’Donnell who will give a demo on paper making and parchement craft. The annual outing will take place on Saturday, July 7. Full details at meeting. All members are requested to attend.


We extend our sympathy to Eileen Acheson on the death of her mother Breda Corcoran, Ballypatrick. We extend our sympathy also to Gus Fahy and Philomena Slattery on the death of their sister Monica O’Keeffe, Ardfinnan.


Congratulations to Charles and Iwona Kelleher whose child Jacub Peter was baptised in Powerstown on Saturday. Congratulations also to Fergal and Eimer O’Keeffe whose child Finn Peter was baptised on Saturday. Congratulation to Gerry and Rosemarie McCauley whose child Conor Michael was baptised in Powerstown on Sunday.


Friday is the first Friday of the month. Mass in Lisronagh on Thursday at 7.30pm. Mass in Powerstown on Friday at 7.30pm. Eucharistic devotion from 4pm to 7pm.


Congratulations to the 14 boys and girls from Rathkeevin School who received their first Communion on Saturday last in Powerstown Church. It was a beautiful ceremony and a beautiful day. Great credit must go to their teacher Bean Ui Churrain for preparing them so well.

Our thanks also to the Rathkeevin School Choirfor enriching the ceremony and to their teacher Elizabeth English for preparing and conducting them. Our thanks also to the organist Aine Fennesy and the school musicians for accompanying the choir.

Those who received their communion were: Rhys Bowen, Ciaran Condon, Connor Donaghy, Rachael Downey, Ella Fitzsimons, Daniel Jones, Caoimhin Lonergan,Megan Looby, Padraigh O’Halloran Maher, Tamara O’Leary, Tom O’Reilly, Jennifer Quirke, Deirdre Ryan and Conor Walsh.


Many thanks to all who subscribed to the annual collection for the sacristans of the Parish.




On Saturday last we saw Richard Power and Martin Dunne line out with Tipperary Junior footballer, as they took on Kerry in the Munsters quarter final. They were narrowly defeated on a scoreline of 1-11 to 1-9. We then saw Sean Carey Line out for Tipperary Intermediate who had better out coming defeating Limerick on a scoreline of 2-20 to 1-11

On a sunny Sunday in Semple Stadium, clubman Alan Campbell got his first championship start with Tipperary senior footballers, at wing back. Team mate Peter Acheson started and Centre forward. Both had a great games despite losing out to Kerry on a scoreline of 0-16 to 0-10.

Congratulation to Tipp Senior Hurlers on a great win over Limerick in the Munster quarter final.


Anyone interested in ordering club gear please contact Marie on 086-2959505.


The sympathies of the club goes to Eileen Acheson and Kathleen McGrath and families on the recent death of their Mother. May she rest in peace.

Sympathies also to the Stokes family, Kilmore, in the death of Paddy. May he rest in peace.


Player of the week profile: Killian Butler, age 7.

Favourite Player: Eoin Kelly. Favourite position: forward. Favourite movie: Toy Story 3. Favourite TV programme Tarzan. Favourite food: chicken and chips. Favourite colour: blue. Best moment: getting man of the match at a blitz.


Tuesday 7pm to 8pm. Friday 6.30pm to 7.30pm. Purcell’s Field.

The U8 Panel wish to say a big thank you to Coach Noel Russell, and Tipp and Moyle Rovers player Sean Carey for training the boys on Friday night last. We look forward to our next session with them.

On Sunday, May 27, 30 children from the U8 panel travelled to Thurles to the Tipp v Limerick game along with 14 adults. A great day was enjoyed by all. Thank you to the mentors and parents for their support and help. Thank you also to Gene Walsh bus hire for their safe transport to and from match.