Ger Aylward is man of the match

GAA- Congratulations to Ger Aylward of Haggard, Glenmore on being selected Man Of The Match at last Wednesday evening under-21 Leinster hurling championship match against Laois in Portlaoise which saw him score 2-5. Pairc Na Ratha in Ballinaraha, Glenmore, the new home grounds of the Glenmore GAA club was the venue for the recent Michael Lyng Motors Sponsored Intermediate hurling match between The Rower Initsioge and Mooncoin. It was significant also as it was the first time that the newly built clubroom facilites were used with two dressing rooms, toilets and shower facilities in full working order and kitted outwith two more near completition. With extensive works already carried out, both on the very fine building and also on the two pitches, the grounds are realising their full potential be it for under age camogie and boys training and matches to the intermediates and junior camogie teams. Many thanks is given to the many volunteers and the club structure and Brendan Maher Construction for all the work to date, and while there is a lot done and achieved, the work into the future will contuine for some time yet.

GAA- Congratulations to Ger Aylward of Haggard, Glenmore on being selected Man Of The Match at last Wednesday evening under-21 Leinster hurling championship match against Laois in Portlaoise which saw him score 2-5. Pairc Na Ratha in Ballinaraha, Glenmore, the new home grounds of the Glenmore GAA club was the venue for the recent Michael Lyng Motors Sponsored Intermediate hurling match between The Rower Initsioge and Mooncoin. It was significant also as it was the first time that the newly built clubroom facilites were used with two dressing rooms, toilets and shower facilities in full working order and kitted outwith two more near completition. With extensive works already carried out, both on the very fine building and also on the two pitches, the grounds are realising their full potential be it for under age camogie and boys training and matches to the intermediates and junior camogie teams. Many thanks is given to the many volunteers and the club structure and Brendan Maher Construction for all the work to date, and while there is a lot done and achieved, the work into the future will contuine for some time yet.

COMMUNITY ALERT - The reactivated Glenmore Community alert has reached its first full year of activity and tonight (Wednesday) July 18th the Annual General Meeting of the group will be taking place in Glenmore hall at 8pm and everyone is welcome to come along. On the night, the election of a new committee for the coming year will take place and anyone that wishes to be on the committee and part of the community alert group are asked to attend. People are also very welcome to come along to hear of the workings of the group and receive information and updates regarding pendants, alarms and general security issues without any obligation to be a committee member.

SPECIAL BIRTHDAYS - Congratulations to Mark Aylward, Haggard and Riche Walsh of Ballyfacey on the occasion of their 18th birthday which they celebrated recently.

UNDER 16 HURLERS- The Glenmore under-16 hurling team of Niall Dunne( Captain), Shane Murphy, John Gahan, Mark O’ Connor, P.J. Hartley, John Holden, Steven Cody, Dean Croke, Maurice Fitzgerald, Darren Walsh, Alan Murphy, Liam Hennessy, Conor Doolan, Michael Boyle, William Treacy, Thomas Dunne, Richard Hennessy, James Aylward, Michael Burke, Eoin Heffernan, Brian Ennett and Ciaran O’ Connor played Mooncoin in the Duggan Steel hurling league Roinn A shield semi final on Sunday evening last in Pairc Na Ratha, Glenmore. On their way to the semi final the team played and won against Slieverue and Mooncoin and with losses to Thomastown and Dickboro this brought them into the semi final. The final score in the semi final was Glenmore 3-14 to Mooncoin’s 2-09 with the Glenmore scores coming from Alan Murphy 2-9,William Treacy 1-2 and Liam Hennessy 0-3. Best of luck to the team and their mentors Jim Dunne, Seammie Dollard, Stephen Hartley and Richard Duggan who play either Casltlecomer or The Rower/Inistioge in the final.

GLENBAR GOLF SOCIETY- The next outing of the Glen bar golf society will take place on Saturday in Callan golf course with the tee time of 10am, all interested in playing are asked to contact a committee member. The remaining outings are to Dungaravan, Co Waterford on August 11th and to Mount Julliett on September 22, both with tee times of 11am.