The Gathering - The Ardmayle Heritage Society have brought forward a very exciting and attractive programme for The Gathering, commencing on Thursday, 15th August and concluding on Sunday, 18th August. If any other organisation or club in the parish would like ato be involved during these days or at some other time, they are invited to make contact with any member of the Society.
Congratulations - To Niall Dunne, Thurlesbeg, who trained “North Bound” to win the Easter Cup in Shelbourne Park last weekend. Also congrats to owner Fr. Dan Greene. Best wishes to all in the upcoming Champion Stakes and the Derby.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament - The people who come faithfully every week to spend an hour in prayer are organising their first Pilgrimage to Knock on this Saturday, 20th April. It is open to everyone. A bus will go from Cashel if there is an adequate response. If you are interested in going, contact Kathleen O’Donnell (087) 9656117 or Mary O’Donnell (086) 3637777.
Anam Cara - This is an organisation that supports bereaved parents. They are holding a Professional Bereavement Talk at the Horse & Jockey on Monday, 29th April from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. For further information, email email@example.com or call 01-4045378.
Zumba - Classes will be held in the Community Hall, Dualla on Monday, 22nd April at 7.30pm. Please come along.
Ardmayle Heritage Society - Guided Tour of Holycross Abbey will be held on Thursday, 18th April at 7.30pm. Admission is 3 euro. Refreshments after the tour in Glasheen’s Old Abbey Inn. All are welcome. If you wish to book a place on the tour, please contact Pat Maher (086) 1690333.
Boherlahan Dualla Historical Journal - Quite a number of articles have already been submitted for inclusion in the 2013 journal. If you are thinking of writing an article for this year’s journal or have one completed, please contact Paddy O’Dwyer or any member of the Journal Society immediately. Also, if you have photos for inclusion, please do hand them in. Please be assured that great care will be given to these photos and will all be returned. Don’t hesitate to contact a member of the Society.
Camogie - Training has resumed for U/6,U/8 and U/12 Camogie in Boherlahan field every Friday at 6.30. Please make sure all players are registered! A Note for your Diaries - “Cashel Choral & Dramatic Society present the hilarious comedy “See How They Run” by Philip King at Brú Ború, Cashel from this Thursday 18th to Sunday 21st April at 8.15pm. Tickets 12.50 euro / Thursday night concession for students and senior citizens 5 euro. Tickets available from O’Dwyer’s Pharmacy, Main Street, Cashel (062) 61318 and Brú Ború (062) 61122.
Ardmayle Cemetery - We had a very successful work afternoon and thanks to all who came along. It is always heartening to see a good community spirit in action. If you were unable to attend you will get the opportunity later in the year. Please give your name to Seamus Murphy (087) 6381391, Tommy Shelly (087) 90621173 or Kevin Wallace (087) 6565054.
Juvenile GAA - The U/6s and U/8s had training in Boherlahan. U/11s went by bus to Ballygunner last Saturday morning and had a great game of hurling and football. The U/12s, both football teams have reached semi-final stages to be played on Tuesday, 23rd April in Dualla at 6.30pm & 7.30pm respectively. The U/14s played Loughmore on Thursday night last and had a great win. Well done to all. The U/16s played Upperchurch on Monday night, results next week. Training for U/6s, U/8s and U/10s will start back in Dualla on Wednesday night at 7pm. A text will be sent to all notifying you.