Clogh/Moonenroe - Green light for playground

Clogh Community Playground - The Community Council has secured planning permission for the development of a playground at the Community Field and Walking Track.

Clogh Community Playground - The Community Council has secured planning permission for the development of a playground at the Community Field and Walking Track.

They are in the process of putting together a sub-committee to overlook the tender process and overall development of the project. They would like to invite parents of children onto the committee to offer their views and help. If you are a parent and would like to help this project, please contact Brid Doyle on 087 1236439 after 7 p.m.

JUVENILE AGM - The Cloneen /Railyard juvenile club held it’s Annual General Meeting recently and there was considerable disappointment with the relatively small number in attendance. This club was formed two years ago to take on the specific role of promoting both GAA codes for the youngsters of the parish. The door remains open for adults. especially parents, to come along and offer some support. Elected : Chairman John Doyle, Secretary Breda Murphy, Treasurer Michelle Flanagan,, P.R.O. Vacant At Present

Bord Na Nog rep Paddy Cooney, Schools Board Rep Philip Lonergan

Only 16 People attended the AGM which was.Very disappointing considering there is a population of over 3,000 people

in the Parish.

FIRST CONFESSION - First Communioncants from both national schools will make their first confessions next week in Moneenroe on Monday and Clogh on Tuesday. First Communion in Clogh will be on May 12th and in Moneenroe on May 19th. Confirmation Day is 21st April in Moneenroe.

Handball - The u21 leinster final saw two kilkenny pairs take on each other. Padraig Maher and Eoghan Hennessy (Clogh) were unfortunate to be beaten in the 3rd game by Peter Funchion (Kells) and Sean Butler T(albots Inch).

Leinster juveniles saw Padraig Cooney (Clogh) and Dylan Caulfield (Kilfane) received a walk over from Offaly. In girls under 16 doubles Eilis Regan (Clogh)) and Deirdre Purcell (Windgap) were unfortunately beaten by Kildare sisters Hannah and Kate Dagg. In girls under 17doubles Denise Love and Aoilean Hennessy (Clogh) had a good win over Laois pair Leah Dunphy and Rachel Delahunty.

In county 40x20 senior doubles William and Daniel Love Clogh defeaed Brendan and Diarmuid Burke (Kells). In ladies senior singles Mary Phelan (Clogh) beat Rachel Hogan (Kilfane).

Good luck to all the juveniles in Leinster finals next weekend in Wexford, also to William Love in the junior singles all ireland semi final in Bofield, Mayo and Mary Phelan in ladies intermediate singles all ireland semi final in Garryhill, Carlow