Top score Nora Doran, 1st gent Joe Dooley, 2nd gent Tim Keenan, 1st lady Mai Comerford, 2nd lady Tie Liz Cooper/Cissie Collier, 1st qtr. Bridie Kavanagh, 2nd Mick Scully, 3rd Frank McGlynn, 4th Mick Kelly. Raffle. 1. Mick Scully. 2. Sean Kennedy, 3. Mai Comerford, free ticket Maud McGlynn.
A meeting will take place on Thursdays January 29 at 8pm in the community hall. Issues on the night to be discussed will include organising CCTV, looking after the elderly and vulnerable, and electing a new committee.
No 5-7-8-11. No winner, €75 Mary Murray, 5x €30 Fergal Bates, Margaret Culleton, Kieran Delaney, Ray Cuddy, Annette Kilmartin, €40 Shiela Carroll, 4 x €20 Voilet Carroll, Kathleen Lalor, Molly Bates, Michael Lalor, house prize €20 Martin Delaney. Next week’s jackpot € 5,750
Results of Camross GAA Jjvenile Christmas draw. 1st Jack and Joshua Dooley,2nd Tommy Hill, 3rd Dunphy Family, 4th Trevor Abbott, 5th Neilus Delaney, 6th Kay Whelan, 7th Ann Cuddy, 8th Gerry Wallace, 9th Conor Delaney, 10th Donal Mortimer, 11th Oisin Kilmartin, 12th Tom Flynn, 13th Emily Cuddy, 14th Darren and Tadhg Drennan, 15th Gerry Wallace, 16th Andy Lambe, 17th Sarah Cuddy.
Camross GAA Club juvenile committee recently held their AGM and the following officers were put in place. Chairperson Annette Fairbrother, vice–chair Annette Mortimer, secretary Trish Drennan, asst sec Ron Dooley, PRO Tadhg Doran. Committee: Stephen Delaney, Arien Delaney, Donal Delaney, Alan Cuddy, Latita Lyons Delaney, Claire Duggan, Olivia Byrne, Aidan Moore, Garry Cuddy and Derek Bannon.
Leinster GAA Conference
Saturday February 1, Carlow IT. Contact Leinster GAA on 05786 82000.
Camross GAA Club are holding a fundraising auction of winter fuel and farm produce at the GAA Field Derrynaseera on Sunday January 26 at 12pm and all are invited for a chance to pick up a bargain.
The club had originally planned to hold this event at the Mart grounds in Rushin road but because of insurance complications it was necessary to move to the Derrynaseera. Contact Fran Hogan on 0879220990 if you wish to donate.
Late Madge Marcella McGovern
The death occurred on Wednesday last of Madeline McGovern Rushin Road Mountrath and formerly of Virginia County Cavan. Many people in Camross will remember Madeline when she and her late husband ran a very progressive business in Main Street Mountrath and later when they ran the Cedar Inn across the road from the Mart in Mountrath.
Mrs McGovern had reached a great age in her mid 90s and she passed away in the care of the staff at Birr Nursing Home. Having reposed at Burkes Funeral Home her remains were removed to St Edmunds Church Castletown on Friday evening and requiem mass was celebrated on Saturday morning with burial taking place later in St Fintan’s cemetery Mountrath, chief mourners are Gerry and Paddy as well as nephews and nieces.
Fr Lalor & Lilly leave Hospital
The good news this week is that the PP Fr John Lalor has left hospital and is presently recuperating with his family in Durrow. The people of the parish are grateful to Fr Walter Cooke of Crannagh who has been helping out.
Also making a great recovery is Mrs Lily Sheeran of Main Street Borris-in-Ossory. Lily suffered serious injuries when she was knocked down outside her home in Borris-in-Ossory and has spent two months in the care of the medical staff at Tullamore Hospital.
Last week she was discharged after a marvellous recovery and is spending a few weeks in a nursing home in Portlaoise and she is determined to return home in the next few weeks, her many friends in Camross extend best wishes.
The monthly dance will take place in Camross Community Hall on Saturday February 1. Music by Kelly Family.