Soccer - Following the disappointment of losing last week, Cleere’s Bar returned to winning ways last week in the Kilkenny & District Floodlit league Division Two courtesy of a 2-0 victory over table strugglers Gathabawn.
Despite Gathabawn enjoying a considerable amount of possession, Cleere’s led 1-0 at the interval thanks to a Cathal Power strike.
Cleere’s continued to survive Gathabawn pressure after the restart, but a quick counter-attack proved decisive.
A long goal-kick upfield from Niall Kennedy saw Colm Kennedy break free of the opposition defence before rounding the goalkeeper to slide the ball into an empty net.
Cleere’s victory means they stay just a solitary point behind table toppers OS United who remain unbeaten.
Last night(Tuesday) Cleere’s played Rafter Dempsey’s in the Loreto, while next Monday night(10th December), they will play Average Joes.
MCGUINNESS TO ATTEND BOOK LAUNCH - Dalton House Daycare Centre will launch their second book “Life Through Our Viewfinder II” this coming Friday evening 7th December 2012 at 7.30pm in Dalton House, Main Street, Gowran.
The book will be launched by John McGuinness TD with a wine reception. Included in the book are experiences of life in Gowran during the mid-90s. All are welcome to attend.
SANTA CLAUS COMES TO GOWRAN - The season of goodwill is upon us, and next Sunday, the legend from the North Pole that is Santa Claus will be in attendance in the local parish hall at the Parish Bazaar from 2pm onwards.
Also, there will be a Spinner, Cake Sale, and a shop appropriately containing Christmas items.
All spins on the spinner will be 20cent and the prizes will be twins of sweets and biscuits, whiskeys and dolls.
The Cake Stall will have the products of Dalton House, cakes, tarts, buns and some Chrstmas orders will be taken.
There will be activities for the kids also including free-face painting, colouring table and lots more.
Admission to the hall is free of charge, but there is a €5 entry fee for any of the younger kids wishing to see the LEGEND that is St. Nicolas.