un - Thurles & District Vintage Club will hold their annual Holycross Road Run in aid of North Tipperary Hospice on Sunday, 14th April.
Registration from 11 a.m. at The Ship, Cormackstown and the run will start at 12 noon. Vintage and Modern tractors and cars welcome. If it has wheels, bring it on. Your support for this worthy cause is very much appreciated.
Juvenile GAA - Busy week in Juvenile circles this week with our U/16s out against Gortnahoe. Unfortunately, we came out second in this game but lads should have seen they have potential and look forward to next Monday nights game. The U/14s were also busy with football v Moyne and hurling v Gortnahoe on Saturday last. Match report in mid notes. The U/12s had both teams playing also, with group 2 and group 4 out against Loughmore on Saturday and group 4 again on Tuesday v JK Brackens. We came out winners in all three. Training for all continues on Saturday at 11am. The U/10s are in Dr. Morris Park on this Saturday for a hurling blitz. U/6 & U/8 training takes place at 10am. We also had a great Easter Coaching Camp, which took place from last Tuesday to Thursday, with 65 kids taking part. Thanks to all who helped out.
Camogie - Boherlahan Dualla hosted an U/12 blitz on Saturday, 30th March. Boherlahan, Moycarkey and Thurles Sarsfields were the teams involved. The Boherlahan girls got off to a great start, winning all their matches. From the goalie right up to full forward line, the girls showed they meant business. Great performances from the visiting teams also and thanks for a great day of Camogie. Also the U/12 girls were out in another blitz last Saturday in Holycross. The teams involved were Holycross, Cashel and ourselves. Boherlahan came out on top again winning both their matches. Well done girls. Keep up the good work. Our U/14 and U/16 camogie teams were off to a great start last week with two wins to start the championship. The U/14 girls were away to Ballina and the U/16s were away to Moycarkey. Both teams played very well. Let’s hope their success will continue in the coming weeks. 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 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.
Cashel Daffodil Day Committee - Would like to thank all the volunteers who turned out in great numbers on Daffodil Day. Thanks to all the people who donated daffodils also.
The Gathering - A number of people in the parish have been discussing what we might do. The plan at the moment is that we might commence our celebrations in the parish with our Annual Mass at Ardmayle on the evening of 15th August and conclude on Sunday 18th August with Mass at 11am with the erection of a plaque and the planting of a tree on that afternoon. In the coming weeks, we will have more details. Sympathy - Sympathy is extended to Mrs. Kathleen Tynan and extended family on the death of her brother Philip Tuohy, Cormackstown, Thurles. May he Rest in Peace.