Top Score Sharon McBryde, 1st Gent Mick Kelly, 2nd Gent Noreen Uí Laighin & Jackie McBryde (Tie)
1st Lady Mary Gowing, 2nd Lady Mick Scully, 1st Qtr Katie Bennett, 2nd Qtr Irene Delaney & Tim Keenan (Tie) 3rd Qtr Billy Jackson,
4th Qtr Tom Gowing. Raffle 1st Billy Jackson, 2nd Mary Gowing, 3ed Frank McGlynn, 4th Billy Jackson.
Free Ticket Mary Gowing
Lotto Numbers 1-11-14-26 ( No winner) €75 Lar Hogan Killanure, 5 x €30 Pat Delaney Ballinrally, Pat Kearney C/o Telfords, Teresa Keenan Cardtown, Mark Cuddy Carrowreigh, Vanessa Gaughan Roundwood,
Promoters: €40 Bobby Harvey 4 x €40 Carmel Palmer, Andrew Lowry, Kathleen Kennedy, Carmel McCartney. House Prize €20 Martin Delaney
Nuacht CCÉ Cam Ros
A huge honour was bestowed upon our branch last weekend when two of our young concertina players, Maeve Scott and Roisín Murphy, were selected to perform at The National Concertina Convention – Siamsa Na nÓg in Ennis Co. Clare.
Maeve and Roisín were two of only ten musicians selected countrywide to perform at this event.
Well done girls for flying the flag high for your families, your branch, county and especially for yourselves! Comhghairdeas libh.
Late Margaret O’Connor
The death occurred on Tuesday April 7th of Mrs Margaret O’Connor of Lowesgreen, Fethard County Tipperary and formerly Cuffesgrange County Kilkenny as well as Greenmount, Newcastle, Clonmel, Mother of Fr Anthony former Curate in Camross Parish.
Mrs O’Connor had been ill for sometime and was pre-deceased by her husband Michael.
Having reposed at Devitt’s funeral parlour Cashel on Wednesday her remains were removed to the Church of St Thomas the Apostle Rosegreen and on Thursday morning her son celebrated her Requiem Mass followed by burial in Cuffesgrange cemetery.
Late Edward Walsh Garryduff
Just a few short months after the death of his brother Austin of Mountrath the passing of his older brother Ned occurred last week.
Ned who resided in the home place Garryduff Errill of the Walsh family was a keen extensive farmer close to the Tipperary border.
Having reposed at his residence his remains were removed to the Church of the Assumption Killesmestia on Tuesday evening and on Wednesday morning family friend and neighbour Fr Seamus McEvoy PP Seir Kieran celebrated the Requiem Mass for Ned followed by burial in the adjoining cemetery.
Pre deceased by his wife Kitty (nee Carey)
Chief mourners are his daughter Eileen, son-in-law Dan Healy, grandchildren Danielle, Denise, Edward and Cesira, brothers Cyril Roscrea, Liam Rathdowney, Michael and Raymond, extended family, friends and great neighbours in Garryduff.
Camross senior hurlers collected their first brace of league points when they scored a one point victory over Castletown and on Wednesday last they travelled to O’Keefe Park and beat Borris-Kilcotton by four points to share top place in the league table after two rounds and on Sunday last they were due to play Tullaroan of Kilkenny in the knock out stages of the Leinster league.
The senior team is due to play Abbeyleix in the Palmer cup in Fr Breen Park on Sunday May 4th at two o’clock and their next league game is at home to Rathdowney-Errill on Sunday May 17th.
The intermediate team collected their first brace of points scoring an easy victory over Portlaoise in Derrynaseera and on Thursday week last but on last Thursday they travelled to Ratheneiska and suffered a six point defeat. In the next round of the league the intermediate team welcome Castletown to Derrynaseera on Thursday April 24th throwing in at seven o’clock.
This weekend the under fourteen footballers are scheduled to play the Rock in the Feile competition for more information please contact juvenile officials.
Last week the under sixteen hurlers lost to Piltown in the Leinster league and the under fourteen footballers lost narrowly to Portlaoise.