The Meditteranian type weather saw crowds flocking to the Barrow to their favourite haunts to enjoy the swimming, diving, canoeing and all kind of water sports. of course safety has to be paramount as tragedies do occur despite the best of intentions. Life guards will be on duty at weekends only for the month of June from 2pm to 4pm and from 5pm to 7.30pm. From the 1st July they will be on duty seven days per week and this rota will continue until the end of August. Enjoy the swimming and take care.
Congratulations to the crews of the Graignamanagh Rowing Club who achieved four category wins at the Carlow Regatta.This was a record for the club at an away regatta and all the coaching and hard work is paying off.Eoin Duffy was succesful in the Junior Boys Under 14 single with John Foley winning the Under 15 Boys single.John Foley and Andree Lennon combined to win the Junior Boys Under 15 Doublles and the womens Novice Doubles was won by Niamh Walsh and Caoimhe Duffy.The club can look forward with confidence to the coming season and hope the successes will continue.
Last weeks numbers were 13,19,26 & 28. There was no winner of the jackpot which has been frozen at £10.000 with the reserve jackpot now worth £1,300. Consolation winners were , Elizabeth Mapp, Brigid Hayes, Julie Browne, Damian Bolger and Sharon Kelly..
the Junior Hurlers had a facile victory over hapless Threecastles in the Joe Walsh Cup played at the weekend. They were never extended and ran out convincing winners on a scoreline of 5 17 to 2 04. This young team will benefit from this win and their confidence should be high as they engage in the championship games ahead.
Following a very succesful fund raising draw organised by the Parents Association of the Boys National School The following were the winners of the huge array of prizes. Anna Maye, Fair View. Denis Byrne High St. Andrew Gilchrist Fair View. Claire Shelby c/o Margaret Hennessy. Oliver Flynn Fair View. Mark Bolger Tinnahinch. Emma Dohert Fair View. Emma Jay Commane Cottage Gardens. Jason McDonald and Vincent O’Brien High St.