Mullinavat - Hurlers suffer another defeat

MULLINAVAT GAA-The 3rd round of the Intermediate league hurling championship took place in Mooncoin last Sunday afternoon where our opponents were near neighbours Glenmore. With weather conditions benign and a slight breeze blowing into the chapel end of the ground a good game was expected by supporters of both sides. Both teams served up exciting fare and with only 3 or so points separating the teams this match went right to the wire. See People Sport for full report.

MULLINAVAT GAA-The 3rd round of the Intermediate league hurling championship took place in Mooncoin last Sunday afternoon where our opponents were near neighbours Glenmore. With weather conditions benign and a slight breeze blowing into the chapel end of the ground a good game was expected by supporters of both sides. Both teams served up exciting fare and with only 3 or so points separating the teams this match went right to the wire. See People Sport for full report.

MULLINAVAT COMMUNITY LOTTO-There was no winner of last week’s jackpot in the Mullinavat Community lotto. The numbers drawn were 1, 15, 17 &24. Those people who matched 3 numbers and won a small cash prize were as follows. Mary Tynan Main Street, Margaret Aylward Ballyogreek, Tina Connolly c/o E.S.B.. The jackpot has now risen to €10,350 so spend €2 and it could be you.

CEMETaRY MASsES FOR 2013-Next Friday week the 31st of May

see’s the Annual graveyard masses begin. Each year there is masses held in the cemeteries in the parish to remember loved ones who have passed on to their eternal reward. The dates and times are as follows.

Bigwood Friday May 31st at 7.30pm

Mullinavat Sunday 2nd June at 11am

Kilbeacon Monday 3rd June at 7.30pm

Killahy Wednesday June 5th at 8pm

COMMUNITY CENTRE COLLECTION-All parishioners’ households are currently being visited by members of the committee to raise the final funds for the building of the long awaited community centre. The committee are delighted with the response so far and thank all those who have contributed. They appreciate and understand that in these difficult times that money has to stretch further than ever but they are ever mindful that they are so close to getting the project over the line. They say “Rome wasn’t built in a day” and this hard working committee have never flinched in their objective of giving the community of Mullinavat a centre that everyone can be proud of.