U-10 CAMOGIE – The Emeralds U-10 camogie girls played their last blitz for this year in their home ground in Urlingford on Saturday, 31st August. The girls had a great day out. They played against Muckalee, Clara and Johnstown. Their first match against Muckalee was very close but Urlingford won in the end, 1-0. Next they played against a very strong Clara team, and after working hard for the entire game they were narrowly beaten by 3-2. The last match was against Johnstown, and our girls put on a great performance and won by 4-1. Because of the big number of u-10 girls on the day, Emeralds were able to make two teams and played second matches against Muckalee and Clara. Unfortunately, after playing very well they were beaten in both of these games. After a great summer of training and matches the girls were justly rewarded with medals afterwards, which were presented to them by Derek Lyng. Team: Cora Norton, Rachel Hawkes, Aisling Hickey, Ruth Ryan, Louise Wellwood, Roisin Ahern, Emma Gleeson, Sarah Phelan, Isobel Doyle, Katie McLoughlin, Ella Hayes, Niamh Campion, Ciara Queally, Lucy Kavanagh, Saoirse Burke, Louise Hickey, Karen Campion, Emma Kenny, Aoife Garrett, Tara Queally and Jessie Leahy (injured).
There was no winner in the Emerald’s lotto last week so prize fund is now E5,600. Jackpot is E3,600. There was no match 3 winners. Five lucky dips of E20 each: Kathleen Hartnett, Stacia Quinlan, Linda Phelan, Sharon Coughlan, Kathleen Walsh. Promoter’s prize: Mary Cleere.
Anniversaries prayed for at all Masses last weekend in Urlingford and Graine: Jack hickey, Mill Brooke, Mary McNeill, Dublin, Patrick and Ellen Hickey, St Mary’s Ave, Ellen Neary, St Mary’s, Patrick and Helena Ryder, Assumption Place, Thomas Joyce, Mount Finn House.
CALLS TO THE UNWELL
The First Friday’s calls to the unwell of the Parish will be on Thursday 5th September this month at the usual time.
The Graine ICA will hold their September ICA meeting tomorrow (Thursday) at 8pm in Graine Hall.
Come and enjoy set dancing in Urlingford Hall on Monday nights from 9 pm to 11pm. There is live music provided by the wonderful Danny Webster . To date up to five sets per night attend and the entertainment is first class .
URLINGFORD PARENT & TODDLER GROUP
Will recommence today (Wednesday) in the Community Childcare Centre, St Kieran’s Place, from 10am to 12 all are welcome especially new members. Our toddler group is a great way for mums and dads and little ones to socialise and play with different toys. We also have arts and crafts, and sing songs and stories at the end. There is a small charge of €2 per family to cover teas/coffees and a healthy snack for children.
A great game of cards every Monday night in the Urlingford Community Hall. All card players are welcome.
First and third Friday of each month at 2.30-5.30pm.
CARE OF THE SICK AND ELDERLY
Please contact Fr Maher if you have a relative or neighbour sick at home or in hospital and would like to be visited or added to the First Friday calls.
The Tuesday Club reopens in the Centre for the Elderly, Urlingford on Tuesday, September 10th at 2pm. All members from the Galmoy, Crosspatrick, Johnstown and Urlingford area are welcomed back and we invite any new intending members to contact us at 31266 or 34330. We are serviced by the Rink-a-Link buses.
Progressive 25 card game in Graine hall every Wednesday night at 8.45pm, starting on Wednesday night, 11th September.
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