Moyne - Templetuohy

Double Scor Success - In a highly entertaining evening of competition at a packed Clonmore Community Centre on Friday 18th, Moyne Templetuohy emerged victorious in both Novelty Act and Recitation in the County final of Senior Scor. They will now represent Tipperary in the Munster semi-final which will take place at Cappoquin, Co. Waterford on Saturday, March 5th. Well done to J.K. Brackens, victorious in Instrumental Music, Moycarkey-Borris in Ballad Group and Loughmore who topped the poll in Trath na gCeist. Thanks to all our supporters who travelled on the night and particularly to Bridie, a sprightly 90 year old from Manselstown. Best of luck to all the Mid representatives in the next round and to Borrisoleigh in Solo Song and Set Dance and Newcastle in Rince Foirne.

Double Scor Success - In a highly entertaining evening of competition at a packed Clonmore Community Centre on Friday 18th, Moyne Templetuohy emerged victorious in both Novelty Act and Recitation in the County final of Senior Scor. They will now represent Tipperary in the Munster semi-final which will take place at Cappoquin, Co. Waterford on Saturday, March 5th. Well done to J.K. Brackens, victorious in Instrumental Music, Moycarkey-Borris in Ballad Group and Loughmore who topped the poll in Trath na gCeist. Thanks to all our supporters who travelled on the night and particularly to Bridie, a sprightly 90 year old from Manselstown. Best of luck to all the Mid representatives in the next round and to Borrisoleigh in Solo Song and Set Dance and Newcastle in Rince Foirne.

Late Maire De Stafort - The death occurred on February 10th of Maire De Stafort (nee Ni Bhriain), Silvermines. Maire, a native of Co. Kerry was a well respected member of the teaching staff at Scoil na Maighne 1967 to 1969. She is particularly remembered for her fine singing voice while directing Moyne choir. Her funeral Mass was concelebrated in Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Silvermines and burial took place in St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Thurles. Deepest sympathy to her husband Eamon, daughter Grainne, sisters, brother and extended family. Ar dheis De go raibh a hanam.

Late Billy Leahy - The death occurred unexpectedly on February 8th of Billy Leahy, Templetuohy and formerly Cranagh. He was 80 and had enjoyed good health until recent times. He was predeceased by his wife Peg who died in 1964 leaving six children, the youngest just a few weeks old to be looked after. This, Billy managed admirably. He was an employee of Bord na Mona for some years and later helped on many of the local farms. He was a loving father and grandfather, a loyal brother and a good Christian who will be sadly missed.

The removal was from Grey’s Funeral Home to the Church of the Sacred Heart, Templetuohy. Principal celebrant of his concelebrated Requiem Mass was Fr. Pat Murphy P.P. assisted by Fr. John O’Connell A.P.; Msgr. Maurice Dooley A.P. Loughmore; Fr. Corbett P.P. Loughmore; Canon Eugene Everard P.P. Templemore and Fr. Martin Murphy P.P. Drom. Templetuohy Choir provided a fine accompaniment to the ceremony. Interment took place in Templeree Cemetery. Deepest sympathy to his daughter Mary, sons Ger, Brendan, Jimmy Joe, Paul and Pat, sisters, brothers, extended family and friends. May his soul enjoy eternal rest.

Sympathy - Deepest sympathy to Jerry and Dolores Maher and family, Lisdalleen on the death of Jerry’s brother, Fr. Pierce Maher, Cardiff and formerly Errill, Co. Laois. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at the Church of the Sacred Heart, Templetuohy on Saturday 26th at 12 noon.

Golden Jubilee - Congratulates and best wishes to Patsy and Catherine Kiely, Ballyknockane who recently celebrated their Golden Jubilee.

Wedding Bells - Congratulations and best wishes to Joanne, daughter of Michael and Mary Phelan, Inchorourke and Ollie Spillane, Holycross who were married at Gortnahoe Church on February 12th. May they enjoy many happy years at Moynetemple.