Local Lotto - €4,350 jackpot was not won. €500 - Richard, Edel, Ruth and Edward Ryan; 5 x €35 winners were: John Prendergast Killarney, Sarah and Marian Ryan Legan, Helen McConville, Doc Costelloe and R Kirwan.
Thomastown Camogie Club - The AGM of Thomastown Camogie Club will take place on Friday January 11th at 8pm in Grennan, all members are asked to attend. The Club would like to wish everyone a happy new year.
Thomastown Anglers - Thomastown Anglers would like to wish all their members a great new year.
Soccer - Thomastown Utd Junior A side welcomed Callan Utd to United Park last Sunday in the Pat Maher Shield Quarter Final. It was Callan Utd first off the mark when they went a goal up int he first half but Thomastowns never say die attitude which has done the well all season came into effect when they battled all the way to the end of the second half and just before the final whistle were granted a penalty and Eamon Lyster stepped up and sent the Callan keeper the wrong way and blasted into the top right hand corner. Along came extra time and the master magician Marty Lawrence came to life and with his trickery bet the Callan keeper on his near post and put Thomastown into the lead for the first time in the game. Thomastown held out and won the game 2-1 and granted themselves a place in the Shield Semi final. Next Sunday Thomastown Utd are at home to Bridge Utd. All support welcome. The over 35’s took on Carlow Rovers in United Park last Sunday also and came away with a 3-1 win with thanks to Brendan Corr and a brace from John Dempsey. The Under 14’s travelled to Scanlon Park last Friday evening to take on Freebooters A. ‘booters took and early lead but United fought back hard to get the equaliser, It looked like the game was going to end up a draw but energetic Stevie Wemyss had other ideas and his endless running on the right wing made 2 more opportunities which Rory Monks made sure of and Thomastown grabbed all 3 points and placed themselves on top of the League. Final score 3-1 and goals from Stevie Wemyss and Rory Monks (2). Thomastown Utd Teenage Disco will take place on Friday 11th in the Longman of Kilfane, No need to book tickets as they will be available on the night ffor €5.00 . Music on the night by DJ Kevin Mullen and spot prizes will be given out on the night. Dont miss out on a great night !!
Kilkenny Campus of NUI Maynooth, College Rd, Kilkenny - The campus would like to invite 6th Year, FETAC and Mature students (23yrs+) to take the FIRST YEAR of their BA degree in Kilkenny. Students choosing to take this exciting new option will benefit by taking the 1st year of their BA degree close to home in a friendly, learner centered environment - before moving to the main NUI Maynooth Campus for 2nd and 3rd year. Those living locally will also have the advantage of making significant savings on travel and accommodation costs. Subjects on offer: English; Anthropology OR Nua Ghaeilge; History; Geography; Sociology; Economics; Philosophy; Theology OR Medieval Irish and Celtic Studies. Further information can be found at: CAO (MH901) and www.nuim.ie/kilkenny
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