No winner 18-23-27-7. €75 Andrew Lowry, €30 Peadar Phelan, €30 Kieran Delaney, €30 Mary Murphy, €30 Angela Cuddy, €30 Sadie Hogan, Promoters €40 Jim Wynne €20 Marie Moore, €20 Kathleen Lalor, €20 Sheila Carroll, €20 Maureen Cuddy. House prize €20 Hannah Dooley.
Top score Una Cahill 146. 1st gent Noreen Ní Leighan/Sean Kennedy 136. 1st lady Mary Gowing 140, 2nd lady Mary Fennelly 136, 1st quarter Jackie McBride/Rose Cunnighan 38, 2nd quarter Katie Bennett 38, 3rd quarter Mick Scully 42, 4th quarter Mick Kelly 37. Raffle Katie Bennett, Sean Kennedy, Aaron Dowling, Mary Gowing. Free draw Shane Dowling
Bus to Knock Shrine
A bus will leave Camross Village on July 20 at 8.30am to Knock Shrine. Names in by Thursday July 17. Contact Shiela Ryan at 8735217.
The Camross CES (FAS) will be holding their annual race night on Saturday night July 26 in the Camross Inn. This fundraiser enables the CE workers to get on with all the work they are doing from Kilanure and Camross down to Coolrain. In the coming weeks CE staff will be calling to all houses in the parish requesting you to buy a horse for €20. We have received great support in the past and are hopeful people will show the same generosity once again.
Camross Macra Na Feirme presents its annual fund raising barbecue in Bergin’s Lounge on Saturday night next July 12. Music will be provided by Tim Chambers and a great night’s entertainment is assured with Laois Hospice the main beneficiary.
Cemetery mass will be celebrated on Friday August 1, weather permitting, in the cemetery at 8pm.
Former Camross and Laois hurler Seamus Cuddy of Aughduff the son of Jim and Lil and the winner of a Waterford senior football medal with the Nire 21 years ago has been bereaved by the death of his father in law Michael (Mick) O’Sullivan. Michael passed away on Tuesday July 1 at Cork Regional Hospital. Michael was a native of Ballybrien, Ballymacarbry, Clonmel, County Waterford and was a prominent business man
Removal took place to St Laurence’s Church, Four Mile Water for requiem mass on Friday morning followed by burial to adjoining cemetery.
Michael is mourned by his wife Betty, daughters Colette, Margaret and Muriel. Sons Michael and Shane, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, brothers, sister’s nephews, nieces relatives friends and neighbours to whom deepest sympathy is extended.
Late Fr Con Campion
The death took place on Thursday last in Navan of Fr Con Campion a native of Errill County Laois. Fr Con spent time in the Diocese of Ossory and celebrated mass in Camross on numerous occasions. Fr Campion was laid to rest in Navan on Saturday last.
‘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 Dept. of Social Protection. If you are interested in the service or would like more information, Work4You are holding a pop-up information stand in Mountrath Library on Wednesday July 9 between 10.30am -1pm and in Rathdowney Library also on
Wednesday July 9 from 2.30pm-4pm.
All are welcome. For further information please call 044 933 8773.
CCÉ Camross are holding their annual summer seisún in Bergin’s Inn Camross, every Friday evening throughout July and August. Seisún provides a unique entertainment experience for holiday makers at venues like Begins all around Ireland during the months of July and August. A stage show of Irish music, song and dance, it features the authentic traditional entertainment as enjoyed by generations of Irish people. Everyone is welcome to join in the experience.