Lattin Cullen



The death has occurred of Josephine (Cossie) Mulcahy (nee Dawson), Old Road, Oola, and formerly of Miltown, Cullen. Predeceased by her son Brendan, she is survived by her husband Jerry, son Geread, daughters Angela, Johana, Marie, Alice, Katherina and Margurite, brother Paddy, sisters Mary and Eileen, grandchildren, daughter-in-law, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. Following Requiem Mass in the Church of the Sacred Heart, Oola, burial took place to St. Michael’s Cemetery, Tipperary.

The death has also occurred of Nora Kenny, (née Breen) of Garden City, Gorey, county Wexford, and formerly of Ballyrobin, Lattin. Beloved wife of the late Larry and mother of Kenneth, John, Godfrey and Troy. Requiem Mass was celebrated in St. Michael’s Church, Gorey, followed by interment in the local cemetery. Sympathy is extended to all her relations and friends in the area.


Congratulations to all the children from the three parish schools who received their First Holy Communion in Lattin on last Saturday and in Cullen on the following day.


This Thursday, May 16, in the Church of the Assumption, Lattin, 46 children from the parish will be confirmed by His Grace, Archbishop Dermot Clifford.


Congratulations to the pupils of Cullen National School who recently won first prize and joint second prize in a litter awareness competition. The winning team members, who each received a prize of an iPod, were Emma Ryan, Kieran O’Sullivan, Bernadette Leahy and Darragh O’Brien. The runner-up team of Mark O’Brien, Pauric Duddy, Keelin O’Connor and Caitlin Duddy each received mp3 players. The pupils will be participating in an inter-small schools GAA tournament in Semple Stadium, on Friday, May 17.


Kids Ark Preschool will have its open day this Saturday, May 18, from 11am to 1pm. Now enrolling for September.


Local young musicians Shane McGrath, Kevin Kinane and Patrick and Simon Crehan, gave an outstanding rendition of Honda 50 in last Sunday night’s semi-final of Scór Encore and were selected as one of four acts to advance to the final. Best wishes to the group, who will represent Lattin-Cullen GAA Club and perform as Na Brioc, in next Sunday’s programme, on TG4 at 8pm.


Congrats to trainer, Eamonn O’Connell, Longstone, who recorded victories at Tipperary and Clonmel. Sassaway ridden by Fergal Lynch, won the New Look Tipperary Racecourse Handicap. This was quickly followed by Captain of the fleet’s victory in the Tipperary Perpetual Cup Handicap at Clonmel, Lynch again in the saddle.