Thanks from Muckalee ladies football club

Muckalee Community Centre- will hold a church gate collection on Saturday, 14th July and Sunday 15th July.  The centre is used regularly for meetings by Hurling, Football, Camogie, Faroige and History clubs.  It is also used for racquetball, handball, circuit training, aerobics and yoga classes, funeral catering and family gatherings.  Families also avail of the use of tables and chairs for private parties, ie 1st Communions, etc.

Muckalee Community Centre- will hold a church gate collection on Saturday, 14th July and Sunday 15th July.  The centre is used regularly for meetings by Hurling, Football, Camogie, Faroige and History clubs.  It is also used for racquetball, handball, circuit training, aerobics and yoga classes, funeral catering and family gatherings.  Families also avail of the use of tables and chairs for private parties, ie 1st Communions, etc.

As many of these do not generate funds for the centre, it is necessary to run a number of fundraising events throughout the year in order to cover the cost of insurance, maintenance, upkeep and repairs.

The centre is an integral part of the community and is a facility for all ages.  Your support and generosity for the church gate collection would be gratefully appreciated.  We would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who supported the recent school walk which raised a total of  €2,429.89 – shared with Muckalee Primary School.

Ballyfoyle Gymkhana-Due to bad weather the Gymkhana has been postponed intil Sunday 29th July. All proceeds go to local charities.

Annual Cemetery Mass-Muckalee- Friday, 13th July at 7.30pm.

Ladies Football-Muckalee Ladies Football Club would like to thank all who supported them at their recent table quiz. A special thank you to Quizmaster Kevin Cummins, The Cave Bar, raffle prizes sponsors: Ronan Ruane, Hennessey Gifts,Dick Dooley Butchers and Comer Embroidery 

Juniors draw-St Martins and Fenians of Johnstown played out a well contested draw in the Junior Hurling Championship, played in Coon. Martins had first use of the wind and Captain Brian Mulhall opted to play with it. Don Callinan got an early goal to set up a half-time score of 1-7 to 1-3 . St. Martins built on this lead and were six points up with ten minutes remaining but a goal by Fenians brought a them back into the game and they went on to earn a draw with a long range free from their own half back line with the last puck of the game. Final score1-12 to 2-9.

Team Eugene Maher, Thomas Walsh, James Maher, Brian Cadigan, Michael Morrissey, Aidan Lalor, Noel Darcy, Michael Mulhall, Don Callinan1-0, Luke Maher0-2, Brian Mulhall 0-5, David Breen 0-4,Damien Tynan , Pauric Haughney 0-1, John haughney.Subs Shane Kinsella, Nicholas Purcell (both used).

U14 hurlers travel to Piltown-Our U14 hurling team travelled to Piltown on 2nd July and came up short against a very strong Piltown team, but put up a decent score of 2-8. Well done lads! Team;Colm Kealy,Jason Comerford, Jack Nolan, Adam Kelly,Dean Farrell, Jack Manning, Adam Comerford Conor Dowling, Ciaran Coady,Padraig Buggy, Evan Stapleton, Ciaran Fahy,Richard O Shea,Ciaran Brennan, David Baldwin

Subs- Patrick Darcy, Conor Moloney, Conor Phealan, Joey Organ.

U16 travel to Bennetsbridge-On Thursday 5th July our U16 hurling team travelled to Bennettsbridge looking for a win to make the shield final. After a good start we goaled after three minutes, but went in four points down at half time. After a good second half effort we went down on a final score of 0-19 to 3-5 Panel Conor Dowling,Paddy Heffernan, Jason Shore,David Healy,Richard Teehan,Stephen Walsh, Loughlin Hogan,John Joe Kelly, Brandon Sheehan,Tommy Quirke, Robert Reid, David Walsh,Mark Dowling, Shane Dowling, William Trousdell,Ronan Tynan,Adain Egan,Arron Healy,Conor Fahy, Tommy Downey,Finn Dowling,Eoin Murphy.

U16 hurlers take on Graig Ballycallan-On Friday 29th June, our U16 team played Graigballycallan in Coon. Losing by a point at half time we lifted our game in the second half and went six points up. But a later rally from the visitors earned them a share of the spoils on a final score of 2-9 to 1-12.