No outright winner. Numbers 3, 11, 18, 28. €75 Ray Cuddy €30 Geraldine Scully €30 Pat Hosey €30 Tim Drennan €30 Annie Gordan. PRO €40 Mai Conroy €20 Mick Scully €20 Eileen Gaughan €20 Ciaran Moore €20 Corrie Culleton. House prize Jim Wynne. This week’s jackpot €3800.
Camross Whist Drive
Top score Sadie Delaney 1st gent Michael Scully 2nd Tim Keenan B.i.O 1st lady Mary Gowing 2nd Mai Conroy 1st half Cissie Collier 2nd Mai Comerford Raffle 1 M. Scully 2 Mai Comerford 3 Tim Keenan 4 Mai Comerford
Sixteen children from Camross NS made their First Confession in St Fergals church on Tuesday last, this is now a beautiful ceremony. A lot of preparation goes into this now, with the children taking an active part in singing and apart from confessing their sins not one child seems afraid or shy in any way. Their teacher Mr Meagher puts in plenty of preparation. First Communion won’t be until May.
Camross ICA AGM on this Tuesday night, new members welcome. The guild hosts the federation meeting in April so lots of work before us.
Congrats to all going forward to the next round of basketball in Limerick. Annual monster table quiz on Friday, April 5 in The Camross Inn, 9.30pm. Table of four cost €20. Proceeds are for club development. A great night’s entertainment is guaranteed and most importantly there will be a raffle on the night. Safe travelling to all members heading to Manchester next weekend.