New Inn



The kids camp this week was a great success and was blessed with fabulous weather. Well done to everyone who participated and sincere thanks to coach Paschal Whelan. Thanks also to those who helped out in any way.


The AGM of the Tidy Towns Committee took last week with a good attendance. The following officers were returned, Chairperson: Philly Fahey, Secretary: Dave Morris, Joint Treasurers: Mary O’Connor & Phil Ryan, new PRO: Peter O’Donnell. Thank you to outgoing PRO Shari-Anne O’Donnell. The chairperson Philly Fahey is determined to improve on last year’s effort and welcomes any volunteers who would like to help . At the end of the summer we hope to look back and take pride in the improvements that will have taken place. You will have already noticed that ’The Paddock’ in the centre of the village has had a major makeover and it is credit to all involved. The first of the “Clean Up” nights started last Tuesday. There is lots of work to be done and more volunteers are needed so spare an hour of your time and don’t forget your shovel.


Dates for your diary : “Family Treasure Hunt” walk around Woodenstown, New Inn on Tuesday, May 3 at 7pm. An hour duration and all are welcome. Refreshment afterwards in the Community Centre, New Inn. “Day at the Races”, Punchestown on Friday May 6. A bus to be organised so names have to be in before Sunday May 1 to Mary Frances Barron 052 7462252. Thank you for your co-operation.”Computer Course” starting on Tuesday May 9 from 7pm to 9pm in the VEC, Cashel. Thanks to the VEC for sponsoring this course.


by Morrissey/Daniels with special guest appearance of “Louise Morrissey” in her adoptive parish of New Inn, in aid of the children’s charity Operation Smile Ireland (operations on children with cleft lip and cleft palate in the under developed countries) in the Community Hall, New Inn on Saturday night, April 30 at 8pm. Tickets are €15 each and can be got from Geraldine Cooney 086 8153275, Una Sheehy 087 2330222 and Catherine Flanagan 087 6837575.


The winners from last week were Bernie Farrell/Kevin Moore with 10 games and in joint second place was Tommy Guilfoyle/Timmy Fitzgerald and John Cooney/Liam Harty with 9 games each. Ticket winners were Eileen Howley, Eddie Shanahan and Tommy Guilfoyle. Table prize winners were Michael Murphy/Jimmy Looby. Sweep winners were Jim Mescall and Tim Joe McGrath. Well done to all ! Cards starting at 8.45pm. Easter Eggs were also raffled on the night, a big thank you to the committee.


is extended to Dave Morris and family, Killnasteena on the death of his brother Paul Morris (English), Margaret Tynan & family, Derryclooney on the death of her daughter Corrie Conran (Dublin) and Ger Doherty & family, New Inn on the death of his brother Mick Doherty (Birmingham, England). Ar dheis Dé go raibh anam dílis.



Names are still being taken for this two day camp which will take place this Wednesday, April 27 and Thursday 28 in Rockwell College. It is for boys/girls of Primary school age and children who have never played basketball are also welcome to attend. The first group session is from 10 am to 1pm (1st class to 4th class) and the second group session is from 1.30pm to 4.30pm (5th & 6th class). Runners must be worn and to bring a packed lunch and drink. Special guest Michael Cussen (present Cork hurler & footballer star also international basketball player) will attend the first group session on Wednesday. More details can be obtained from John Ryan on 087 6784850 or Louise Ryan on 087 9277077. It cost €15 per child.


will take place in Rockwell College on Sunday May 1 starting at 3pm. An End of Year party will be held afterwards in the Gym. It promises to be an afternoon of fun and games. Sponsorhip cards are available from any committee member or contact John or Louise Ryan at the above mbl numbers.



The draw is going ahead on Thursday April 28 in the club house at 9.30pm sharp. If you are interested in joining this confined 300 members draw, please contact club secretary John Hally or club treasurer Joe Blair for more details. Your support is greatly appreciated as this is our main source of income required for the day to day running of the club. Thank you for your support.


Hard luck to our players who were beaten by Clonouty last Wednesday night in New Inn in the semi-final of Feile na nGael Hurling competition. Final score 1-2 to 1-5. Both teams were fairly even and at half time the score was 1-1 to 0-2 in favour of Rockwell. So Rockwell Rovers went into the second half with a 2 point lead, so all to play for. However a goal and a couple of points from Clonouty took the wind from our sail. Liam Fahey was in hard luck when he narrowly missed a goal in the dying minutes of the game.