Top Score Mary Gowing.
1st Gent Mick Scully, 2nd Gent Joe Dooley.
1st Lady Kathleen Kennedy, 2nd Lady Nora Doran.
1st Qtr Frank McGlynn, 2nd Qtr Bridie Kavanagh, 3rd Qtr Elizabeth Cooper, 4th Qtr Sean Kennedy.
Raffle 1st Sadie Delaney, 2nd Tim Keenan, 3rd Carol Drought, 4th Sean Kennedy.
Free ticket Nora Doran.
€75 Stephaine Bergin, €30 x 5 Billy Jackson, Sean Bergin, Karen McCartney, Fitzpatrick Family in Borris, Donal Sheeran.
Promoters €40 Maureen Cuddy, €20 x 4 Jim Wynne, Joe Abbott, Molly Bates, Patsy Ryan.
House Prize €20 Joe Abbott.
The blessing of throats will take place at all masses in Camross & Killanure on February 8 and 9.
the Late Lil Kelly
The death took place on Friday January 24 of Lil Kelly (nee Wall) of Mountrath and formerly of Windsor, Coolrain.
Lil was in her ninety third year and was born to Pad Wall and Kathleen Brophy and the family lived in Windsor for many years.
Lil married Jack Kelly from Graignamanagh, County Kilkenny who was employed with the ESB.
The couple reared three children, two girls and one boy.
Lil enjoyed great health all her life but was ill over the last few weeks.
She reposed at her residence until removal to St Fintan’s Church, Mountrath for Requiem Mass celebrated by Rev Fr Joe Brophy on Sunday morning.
The burial took place afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
Chief mourners are her husband Jack, a keen hurler who helped Borris-in-Ossory win their first senior championship in 1956, her daughters Rita Fitzpatrick, Portlaoise and Paula McCann, Castletowngeoghan and son Fintan, Castletown, sons-in-law Frank and Mick, daughter-in-law, grandchildren and many great friends and neighbours in Camross, Castletown and Mountrath.
Work4You, set up by Acquired Brain Injury Ireland, provides a free vocational assessment service for individuals who have an acquired brain injury and would like assistance and guidance in returning to work, training or education.
It is free to anyone with an acquired brain injury and in receipt of a payment from the Department of Social Protection. If you are interested in the service or would like more information, Work4You are holding a Pop-Up Information Stand in Portarlington Library on Wednesday 5th February 2014 between 1-3pm. All are welcome. For further information please call 044 933 8773.
Camross GAA Club congratulate Molly Donnery who won the Leinster Final for Solo Singing at Scor na nOg recently. Molly will now represent Camross Gaa Club, Laois and Leinster in the All Ireland Finals in Castlebar on March 1st.
Camross GAA Club thank everyone that donated towards our Monster Auction which was held in Derrynaseera on Sunday February 26th past. We appreciate the crowd that turned out to purchase on the day and know that most went home with bargains. The weight of the Sheep was 38.2kg and the winners of the Hamper and Voucher were Kyle Moore and Cathal Cuddy.
Camross GAA Club are delighted to announce that we will be hosting Laois Senior Scor on Saturday 22nd February in the Parish Hall. More details to follow.
LAOIS SENIOR SCÓR
Laois senior scór competitions take place in Camross on Saturday 22 February. Registration at 7.30 pm and competitions start at 8 pm. Competitions include figure dancing, solo singing, recitation, instrumental music, novelty act, ballad group, set dancing and senior quiz. Anyone interested can contact Kevin Lalor-Fitzpatrick at 087 9614235.
Camross Vintage Club will be holding a Novice Ploughing Day and Road Run on Sunday March 30. More details to follow. For further information please contact Pat on 087-9793807.
LAOIS WALKS agm
Laois Walks Festival AGM is on Thursday February 6 in the Manor Hotel Abbeyleix at 7.30pm. All welcome with an interest in walking and promoting walks in their own locality.