Kilsheelan Kilcash



Table quiz for the primary school children will take place in the Hall on Friday, March 30. An Easter Hamper Draw was launched recently. €E2 a line will secure your chance to win a seasonal hamper. KPLAN YOUTH

Please note that the final session at the Ferryhouse Sports Complex for our Foroige members is this Saturday, March 10. Thanks to all the parents and volunteers who helped to supervise over the terms. Meanwhile Foroige activities continue every Thursday evening at the Community Centre Kilsheelan. G.A.A:

Well done to Tommy and Eoin Ryan who lined out for the Tipperary Senior footballers against Wexford last Sunday. Best wishes also to Bill Maher who is on both the Tipperary Minor hurling and football panels and to Eoin Kehoe who is on the U/17 Hurling panel. Congratulations to Ollie Maher who won €E200 in this month’s County Draw. JUVENILES

The U/16, U/14 and U/12 are back training in recent weeks. The U/16 and U/12 championship will be starting on the March 10. The U/12’s have been very busy with challenges. A meeting of the Juvenile Club will be held in the Clubhouse on this Tuesday, March 6. The U/6, U/8 and U/10 will be back in action within the next two weeks. The Clonmel High School had a very good win over Roscrea CBS in the quarter final of the U/17 County hurling championship on a score of 2-15 to 2-2.  Kilsheelan-Kilcash players involved were Eoin Kehoe, Tadgh Lonergan, Kevin Guiry, Sean Ryan, Paul Maher and Colin Gleeson. In the U/15 “A” Munster hurling championship the Clonmel High School play Ard Scoil Ris in the Quarter Final. Best of luck to club players involved here namely Kevin and Mark Kehoe, Brendan Martin, Martin Gibbs, and Daire Brennan. KILCASH COMMUNITY CENTRE

The annual general meeting of Kilcash Community Centre will take place on Thursday, March 22, at 8pm. Our Hall in Kilcash is a vital part of community life in our area, so we ask for this support to ensure its continuation. All will be most welcome. CARDS

Wednesday nights, March 7 and 14, will be in aid of Kilcash National School funds. The game begins at 8.30pm sharp. Last Wednesday night’s winners were Rose Holohan and Breda Power on 12 games, with Agnes and Frank Burke taking second spot with 10 games. BALLYPATRICK SPORTS CENTRE

There was a very good turn out of members for our AGM last week. A very good and steady 2011 was reviewed, with a look forward to further development in 2012 and beyond. It is good to see new and young blood elected to our committee and we warmly welcome Elaine Walsh, Lisa Bartley, Richard Murphy, Shane Ryan and Eric Larkin. A number of long time members of our committee are taking a break and we thank them for their service and commitment. Indeed most have served at all officership levels and we are confident that Rosaleen, Brenda, Tom and Liam have still much to contribute and will return in due course. JUNIOR TENNIS

Coaching sessions under Tony McCarthy for the 7 to 12 year group will commence on Thursday, March 8, from 4.30pm to 5.30pm. All must be paid up club members. BOWLS

A set of Bowls has been acquired by the club. To monitor the interest in this activity, a number of open days will be held over the next few months. The initial try out will be on Sunday, March 11, at 2.30pm. CONFIRMATION

Canon Crowley PP VF St Peter and Pauls will visit our parish for the celebration of the Sacrament of Confirmation on Thursday, March 15, at 11am. This year we will gather in St Mary’s Kilsheelan.


We pray the Stations of the Cross on Wednesdays after 9.30am Mass in Kilsheelan and 7pm in Kilcash.