Munster Final Ticket orders are being taken up to this Friday at 7pm. Contact Con 0879642415. No orders will be accepted after this time.

Juvenile GAA: The Cul Camp is running this week in Boherlahan pitch, with 130 juveniles participating. The U16s played their first hurling match last Sunday morning in Templetuohy where they started off on a winning note. With the U14s who also played Moyne Templetuohy last week, it was the opposition who had the upper hand. The U12 group 1 panel were defeated by Moycarkey Borris and Durlas Og, group 3 and 4 also had a game last week with group 4 having a very comprehensive win over Loughmore and group three unfortunately were beaten by Durlas Og.


Mass will be celebrated on Wednesday evening, August 15, commencing at 6.45pm. This is always a great community event. Please notify any relatives and friends of this date as they may wish to travel for it.


We welcome in to our Parish, the following who were baptised recently: Ella Annette Newman-Looby, Dualla; Emilia Denise Gleeson, Fussough; Elizabeth Mary Julian, Ballymackane; Andrew Patrick Ferncombe, Newpark; Isabelle Brennan-Mulcahy, Carrow.


Please keep August 5 in mind if you plan on going to Knock this summer. This is a day specially allocated to pilgrims for this archdiocese.


Bingo continues every Monday night in Boherlahan. Prize money is E1,700 nightly.


It is that time of year again. Please make every effort to keep our villages neat and tidy. If everyone cooperates, then the problem is solved. Please be vigilant and challenge people who feel they can use parish amenities for anti-social behaviour. If we take responsibility, then standards and values will be safeguarded and maintained.


Will take place on Saturday, 14th July (10.00am-5.30pm). This year it is hoped to visit Nenagh and Cloughjordan.


Congrats to the following who were married recently: Lucy Ryan, Ardmayle and David Pethen, Essex, England; Edel O’Connor, Cashel and Daniel Newman, Bristol, England; Joanne Flanagan, Ballyowen and Gavin Manton, Cashel; Lindsay O’Donnell, Gooldscross & Northampton and Daniel Rayment, Northhampton; Stephanie Madden, Ballykelly & Limerick and Gerard Nagle, Golden Kilfeacle; Thomas Joseph Bennett, Ballinree and Sarah Fitzgerald, Golden; Ruth Moloney, Ballysheehan and Brendan O’Connor, Farranavarra; Audrey Leamy, Lios Dubhaile & Cavan and James Murphy, Lios Dubhaile & Clonmel.


The launch of this years’ Journal will take place on Friday, November 9, in the Parish Hall. Anyone wishing to pay membership of E10 should do so as soon as possible so that their name can be listed at the back of the Journal.


Sympathy is extended to Pauline Gleeson, St. Josephs Avenue, Boherlahan, on the death of her niece Theresa Dunne, Holycross. May she rest in peace.


On June 23, the death took place at South Tipperary General Hospital, Clonmel, of Philip Maher, Longfield. Philip had being failing in recent times, although he had unusually fine health for over 90 years. Philip grew up in Longfield and attended school in Ardmayle, where hurling formed an important part of his young life. He later played adult hurling with Suir View and was part of a successful team way back in 1942. He continued active participation in the game through the 40s. About that time, Philip became an apprentice in carpentry with the Kearney brothers in Clonoulty and the enthusiasm of John Kearney for the game in his beloved Clonoulty influenced Philip with an abiding interest in his new found club. Philip would spend a lifetime in the Clonoutly club after and held many positions of importance including club treasurer, Hon Vice President and eventually Hon President, a position he held until to time of his death. His contribution to the club also entailed the making and repairing of hurleys for young players, helping the Board in the umpiring of games and the development of the Club grounds. Little wonder then that Philip was nominated by his club for their Testimonial Award by Cumann na Sean-Ghael in 2004. After completing his apprenticeship, Philip continued to provide a service in his locality, but eventually became employed by South Tipperary County Council, as a permanent member of their Construction and Repair Unit, a position he held until reaching retirement age. Philip Maher had many other interests during his long life. He was an active member of the tennis and social club, organised under the auspices of the late Molly O’Connell-Bianconi at Longfield House in her later life. He also took an active interest in the preservation and restoration of the old Church at Ardmayle and was a member of the local historical society up to the end.

On Tuesday, June 26, Requiem Mass for his soul was concelebrated by Fr. Joe Egan PP, Fr. Thomas Egan PP and Fr. Peter Brennan in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Boherlahan and interment took place at Ardmayle Cemetery. The large turn-out from both parishes bore testimony to his standing in the community. Sympathy is extended to his bereaved widow Nora; son Pat; daughters Louise and Philomena; daughter-in-law Joan; sons-in-law David and Chris; grand-children Colette, Christopher, Patricia, Matthew and Mark; brother Tom; sister Chrissie; brothers-in-law;-sisters-in-law; nephews; nieces; relatives; neighbours and friends. Go ndeanai Dia trocaire ar.