Rower-Inistioge: Congratulations to Sarah Codd from Inistioge

SARAH IN CROKE PARK-Congratulations to Sarah Codd from Inistioge who was chosen by her teacher to represent Inistioge N.S. at the INTO/Go Games on Hurling, All Ireland Sunday. Sarah played with other young children from around the country. She represented her school with pride and had a great day out. Sarah is the second girl from the right in the front row. Well done Sarah.

SARAH IN CROKE PARK-Congratulations to Sarah Codd from Inistioge who was chosen by her teacher to represent Inistioge N.S. at the INTO/Go Games on Hurling, All Ireland Sunday. Sarah played with other young children from around the country. She represented her school with pride and had a great day out. Sarah is the second girl from the right in the front row. Well done Sarah.

Well done to rower- inistioge intermediate camogie team on winning the Leinster semi final v Camorss on Sunday. The game was played in camross , Co Laois. A tough battle through out, taking an early lead the Rower-Inistioge remained determined to stay on top.The game finished up on a score line of 1-12 to 1-7. The Leinster final V Shinrone , Co Offaly will be played on sat 27th October @2.30 at a kilkenny venue tbc.

CANON CARROLL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP-Details and application forms are now available from Thomastown Credit Union Office for the Cannon Carroll Memorial Scolarship for third level students. The closing date for applications is Saturday 17th November 2012. PLease note that applicants must be members of Thomastown Credit Union Ltd.

PARISH TRIDIUM, NOVEMBER 1ST TO 3RD-The Parish Tridium this year will take place at the beginning of November. Please try to attend these nights of prayer and reflection. Thursday 1st Nov, 7.30pm, Feast of all Saints. Friday 2ND Nov, 7.30pm, Feast of all Souls, Saturday 3rd Nov, 7.45pm. 1st November: Bishop Brendan Comiskey. 2nd November: Bishop Eamonn Walshe. 3rd November: Bishop Willie Walsh.

PRAYER GROUP-The Prayer Group will meet in The Rower on Thursday at 8pm. All are welcome

GAA CLUB-” WHO WANTS TO WIN SOME MONEY “ (Similar to who wants to be a Millionaire) In Cois Abhainn on Friday 9th November at 8 P.M. Sharp. €10 per person (Teams of 4 people €40). To book a table contact Richie Tierney / Breda English or Club Officials. Come and enjoy all the drama and excitement on the night.

PARENT, BABY AND TODDLER GROUP-Tuesday morning 10 am in Cois Abhainn. All welcome. Contact 087 3211926 with any questions. €2 donation for use of facilities.

SOCIAL DANCE LESSONS- 8pm to 10pm in The Rower Community Hall, dances to learn include waltz, quickstep, jive and many more. Come learn, enjoy and exercise at the same time. Contact 086 385 9375 if interested. Newcomers welcome.

DUBLIN CITY MARATHON-Emer Langton Alfred is running the Dublin City Marathon raising funds for Irish Motor Neurone Disease. A Church gate collection will be held on the weekend of the 17th/18th November in support of the run.

COLLEGE LEINSTER CHAMPIONSHIP-Best of luck to the Good Counsel boys in their match against St Kieran’s College on Wednesday 1.30pm in Thomastown.

Opland Freeman Return to Cois Abhann Centre- Following the success of their June concert Tania Opland and Mike Freeman return to the Cois Abhann centre on Saturday October 27th at 8.30pm. Tickets are €10/ €6 conc. Since 1995 Tania Opland and Mike Freeman have been touring the world together from home bases half a world apart, with a unique and eclectic mix of songs in several languages and acoustic music played on more instruments than any sane duo would travel with: hammered dulcimer, guitar, recorders, cittern, violin, Native American flute, ocarina, hurdy-gurdy, percussion... Their shows feature traditional and contemporary material from many cultures as well as original compositions, all presented with wit and style – guaranteed to provide an evening of great music and entertainment for all, especially those seeking something a little off the beaten track. Mike’s irreverent sense of humour and Tania’s stunning vocals provide the springboard for a rollercoaster ride across several continents and back again. Strap yourself in and enjoy!