Moneygall - Dunkerrin

Whist - Results from the Legion Hall on Wednesday, 18th April, Top Score, Mary Fox and Teresa King, Top Lady, Kit Madden,

Whist - Results from the Legion Hall on Wednesday, 18th April, Top Score, Mary Fox and Teresa King, Top Lady, Kit Madden,

Top Gent, Paddy Grogan, First Half, Mary Hogan, Second half, Peggy Shoer, Quarters, 1st Willie Hayes, Anne Pearson, Harry Shortt, 2nd Thady Maher, 3rd Mary Shanahan, 4th Josie Whelan. Raffle, Kathleen Kelly, Frances Benn, Josie Whelan, Harry Shortt. Whist continues each Wednesday at 8 p.m.

Cards - These were the winners at the card game in the Legion Hall on Sunday, 15th April. Tops, Joe Bolger and Catherine Whyte, Second, Gus Hiney and Patsy Hoolan, Last Game, Liam O’Brien and Paddy Cummins, Bonus Prize, Mick Varley and Kathleen Byrnes. Cards each Sunday night at 8 p.m.

Progressive 45 - Prizewinners from the Dunkerrin Community Centre on Friday night, 20th April. Tops, (shared) Tom Nolan and T.J. O’Donoghue, Kitty O’Dwyer and Josie O’Connor, Second, Rody Teehan and Philip O’Meara, First Six, P.J. Hoolan and Noel Cahill, Last Six, Paddy Byrnes and Margaret Costello. Last game, John and Patsy Hoolan. Bonus Prize, John Butler and Reuben Butler. The winners of two tickets to the game in Clonmore were Billy McLoughlin and Liam Gaffney. Cards each Friday night at 8.15 p.m.

Bereaved - Sympathy is extended to the families of the following on their recent bereavements, Catherine Dobbyn, Thurles; Breda Kennedy, Norwood, Nenagh; Breda Kirwan, Roscrea; Ann Martin, Nenagh and Tom Walsh, Templemore. May they all rest in peace.

Tea Party - Alzheimer Society will hold a Tea Party on this Sunday, 29th April in the Legion Hall, Moneygall after the

11 a.m. Mass.

Tipperary Branch of Parkinson’s - Consultant Neurologist Dr. Helena Moore is guest speaker at a Public Meeting of Tipperary Parkinson’s Branch in the Abbey Court Hotel on this Friday, 27th April commencing at 7.45 p.m. Normally our meetings are held in the afternoon but on this occasion we are endeavouring to facilitate patients, carers, family members and friends by having it at 7.45 p.m. Dr. Moore trained as a General Neurologist in Cork and Oxford and is based in Kerry, holding clinics in Limerick on a regular basis. Parkinson’s disease patients and their carers represent approx half of her caseload. Light refreshments served after the meeting.