En­niskerry

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POW­ER­SCOURT/KIL­BRIDE

Ser­vices of Wor­ship in Pow­er­scourt for Sun­day, June 5, – Trin­ity 2: 8.30 a.m. – Holy Com­mu­nion (said); 11.30 a.m. – Holy Com­mu­nion. Ev­ery­day in Pow­er­scourt: 10 a.m., mid­day and 5 p.m. – Open Church and Daily Prayer. Thurs­days in Pow­er­scourt: 10 a.m. – Holy Com­mu­nion and Prayer for the Sick.

Car boot sales: In aid of Pow­er­scourt Parish Funds on the last Satur­day of the month dur­ing the Sum­mer 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the church Pad­dock be­side Pow­er­scourt Church. For fur­ther de­tails please con­tact Robert Al­li­son at 086 3815151. The first of these, May, was held last Satur­day.

Ser­vices of Wor­ship in Kil­bride for Sun­day, June 5, – Trin­ity 2: 10 a.m. – Holy Com­mu­nion.

ST MARY’S CHURCH

Exam Mass: Mass will be of­fered this Satur­day evening 7 p.m. in St Mary’s and on Sun­day in St Mo­chonog’s at 10 a.m. for all our stu­dents sit­ting Ju­nior and Leav­ing Cert Ex­ams this year. Stu­dents, fam­i­lies and friends are very wel­come.

Sacra­ment of Rec­on­cil­i­a­tion – (Con­fes­sions): St Mary’s – En­niskerry: Satur­day af­ter 10.15 a.m. Mass; Our Lady Queen of Peace, Put­land Road, Bray – Satur­day af­ter 10.30 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Masses; Church of the Most Holy Redeemer, Main Street, Bray – Satur­day af­ter 10 a.m. Mass.

Curtlestown Ceme­tery: The main­te­nance of Curtlestown Ceme­tery for this Sum­mer will con­tinue tonight ( Wed­nes­day) at 7 p.m. and will con­tinue on Wed­nes­days on a weekly/fort­nightly ba­sis as re­quired. This main­te­nance work mainly in­volves cut­ting the grass, rak­ing and dis­pos­ing of it. Please come along – all help wel­come. The reg­u­lar helpers will be no­ti­fied by text-mes­sage be­fore that date. If you wish to re­ceive a text mes­sage, please con­tact the Parish Of­fice. If you have a strim­mer/ rake/lawn­mower/big strong bag, etc. – please bring one with you. Tea served at 8.30 p.m.

An­nual Bless­ing of Graves: Kil­le­gar on Thurs­day, June 30, at 7.30 p.m.; Kil­macanogue on Sun­day, Au­gust 21, at 3 p.m.; Curtlestown on Sun­day, Au­gust 28, at 3 p.m.; and Glen­cree on Sun­day, Septem­ber 4, af­ter 9 a.m. Mass.

An­nual Pil­grim­age To Our Lady’s Is­land on Mon­day, Au­gust 15: Bus will leave vil­lage at 11 a.m., and will re­turn at ap­prox 9.30 p.m. We ar­rive in time for light re­fresh­ments and to at­tend Mass. Din­ner will be booked for 6 p.m. in Queen’s Quar­ter, New­cas­tle on way home. Please book your place by phon­ing Lily Ka­vanagh on 2867192. Bus de­posit of €10 must be paid on book­ing.

Helpers Wanted: God’s House­keep­ers are look­ing for help on Mon­day morn­ings for half an hour from 10.45 a.m. to 11.15 a.m. to clean St Mary’s Church, even if you can­not com­mit to ev­ery week, ev­ery sec­ond week, once a month, all help ap­pre­ci­ated.

Le­gion of Mary – Kil­macanogue Pre­sid­ium: Meet at 3.30 p.m. ev­ery Tues­day in the Sac­risty of St Mo­chonog’s. New mem­bers are most wel­come. Group re­cite the Rosary on the first Satur­day of each month at mid­day at the Grotto in the church grounds. Click on the link le­gionof­mary.ie to view web­site.

Parish Shop: St Mary’s Church Shop (at rear of Church on the left) opens af­ter all Masses. All oc­ca­sion cards, prayers, stat­ues avail­able plus items, for Bap­tisms, Wed­dings and other Spe­cial Oc­ca­sions.

Face­book Page: En­niskerry, Curtlestown, Glen­cree and Kil­macanogue are part of the Bray and En­niskerry Pastoral Area. A Face­book page has been cre­ated to co­or­di­nate any and all ac­tiv­i­ties com­mon to all parishes in the area. So please link in with it and like our page. To find: type Bray and En­niskerry Pastoral Area on your own face book page and like it please.

HIS­TORY SO­CI­ETY

Mem­bers of the En­niskerry His­tory So­ci­ety are in­vited to

Fri­day’s 2 p.m. 60-minute talk in Bray Library, Eglin­ton Road, Bray, by James Scan­nell on ‘From Grand Jury to County Coun­cil: Lo­cal Gov­ern­ment in Co. Wick­low’. All wel­come – ad­mis­sion free. This is the fi­nal pre­sen­ta­tion in this se­ries of Fri­day lo­cal talks in Bray Library.

Our un­der-12s take pride of place this week af­ter their fan­tas­tic cup win over Wick­low Rovers ‘B’ last Satur­day af­ter­noon in Grey­stones. All the goals in the 3-0 vic­tory came in the sec­ond half and was just re­ward for the team, as they were the bet­ter team through­out de­spite Rovers valiant ef­forts. They did ev­ery­thing but score in the first half, as there aim was a lit­tle off.

They opened the scor­ing two min­utes into the sec­ond half when a flow­ing move in­volv­ing Dar­ragh Hef­fer­nan and Bobby Dowl­ing was dis­patched to the net by Fionn O’Reilly at the back post. A fur­ther two min­utes in and the game was put to bed when O’Reilly slipped a bril­liant pass through to Hef­fer­nan and he got enough of a touch to put the ball in the net. The third goal came with min­utes re­main­ing when Bobby Dowl­ing broke from the half­way line to clip the ball past the ad­vanc­ing goalkeeper. Hard luck to Wick­low Rovers who gave it their all on the day.

Bobby Dowl­ing the New­town cap­tain re­ceived the cup on be­half of his team-mates that in­cluded the fol­low­ing, Sean Bishop, Ja­son Carthy, Shane Dun­leavy, Re­becca Gil­lan, Shane Syn­nott, Fionn O’Reilly, Laragh Davis, Char­lie Sul­li­van, Dar­ragh Hef­fer­nan, Si­mon Plant, Leon Hughes, Sam Gil­lan and the in­jured Luke Breen. Well done to the man­age­ment team of Dave McGuirk and Joe Martin on the win and thank you to all the sup­port­ers who trav­elled.

No joy for our un­der-14s who were well beaten by Round­wood. The con­ces­sion of an early goal didn’t help New­town and though they did play them­selves back into the game, they con­ceded a sec­ond when they were en­joy­ing their best spell of the game. They did get a goal back to make it 2-1 when a cor­ner from the right was put through his own goal by a Round­wood de­fender. Things wouldn’t have been too bad go­ing into the break at 2-1 down but Round­wood scored a third from an­other set piece to go 3-1 up.

New­town never raised a gal­lop in the sec­ond half and Round­wood scored three more goals to run out con­vinc­ing win­ners. On the day too many of the New­town play­ers played be­low par. There was plenty of hon­est ef­fort and among the play­ers who starred were Conor Ka­vanagh, An­drew Wa­ters, Ciaran Man­gan and Alex Kelly. Hard luck to the team, many thanks to the sup­port­ers who trav­elled and well done to the man­age­ment team of Stephen Nolan and Sea­mus Wa­ters who looked af­ter the team all sea­son.

There were other games played dur­ing the week as the 11’s lost 3-2 away to Rath­new with the goals scored by Ryan Clarke and Dar­ragh Hef­fer­nan. On Sun­day morn­ing they won 1-0 away to Aughrim Rangers thanks to an own goal but with a de­pleted team. This re­sult means the min­i­mum the team can get is a play off for a place in the fi­nal. A point from their last game next Satur­day will ce­ment their place in the Shield fi­nal. The 12’s lost dur­ing the week in Grey­stones 2-0 but they have al­ready qual­i­fied for the Shield fi­nal where they will play Round­wood in the de­cider with a po­ten­tial tre­ble up for grabs.

The fix­tures are as fol­lows for the pe­riod Satur­day, June 4, – Sun­day, June 5: un­der-10s – Fix­ture to be con­firmed; un­der-11s at home to St An­thony’s ko Satur­day at 12.15 p.m.; un­der-12s – Friendly to be con­firmed; Ladies’ team at home to Dun­dalk FC KO to be con­firmed (ko times and dates are sub­ject to change)

Our lat­est ‘Golden Goal’ com­pe­ti­tion was the Cham­pi­ons League Fi­nal be­tween Atletico and Real Madrid and the win­ning minute was the 15th minute. The re­sults were as fol­lows: 15th Min – €60 Bobby Dowl­ing Jnr.; 14th Min Stephen Nolan; 16th Min Stephen Nolan

Thank you ev­ery­one for your sup­port. We will also be run­ning a Last Man Stand­ing com­pe­ti­tion for the Euro2016 and tick­ets are avail­able from all coaches and com­mit­tee mem­bers. It costs €10 per head and 50% of the money taken in will go to the win­ner. Please sup­port.

Train­ing for the De­vel­op­ment Squad is on Satur­day 11 a.m.-mid­day All ses­sions are €2 per head. New play­ers (boys and girls) are al­ways wel­come and you can con­tact the Sec­re­tary for fur­ther de­tails at 087 6987653.

Two play­ers from the club cel­e­brate their birth­days in the com­ing week and they are both from the un­der-14 team and they are Josh Od­lum and Luke Syn­nott. Happy birth­day Josh and Luke from ev­ery­one at New­town Ju­niors FC

For all mat­ters re­gards the club you can con­tact the Sec­re­tary Hughie at 087 6987653 or by email at hughienolan@gmail. com.

MEN’S SHED

Projects be­ing worked on at the mo­ment in the shed are restora­tion of gar­den chairs, and restora­tion of a set of kitchen [4] chairs and ta­ble ex­tended type, Vinny is work­ing hard on the dual bar­be­cue in the al­lot­ment area which will be used in our com­mu­nity thank you day set for Au­gust [date to be an­nounced].

10 mem­bers have just suc­cess­fully com­pleted a cook­ery course and were pre­sented with their cer­tifi­cates on the last day, con­grat­u­la­tions to all our new cooks.

Most of the time our shed looks like a tor­nado has just hit, if you can en­vis­age most teenagers rooms, it’s easy to get the pic­ture, so all the more rea­son to thank and ap­pre­ci­ate the peo­ple who try to bring some or­der to such chaos.

For al­ways hav­ing a dish­cloth to wipe spillage, Col­lie. For al­ways en­sur­ing he has a sup­ply of clean tow­els and dish­cloths, Mau­reen Doyle; for al­ways hav­ing a warm fire go­ing when days are wet and cold Tom; for mak­ing sure the busy work­shop is al­ways swept and tidy, James; for mak­ing the place look like the botanic gar­dens, Joe; for Wil­lie’s hens for our break­fasts; for pro­vid­ing such fun dur­ing our Thurs­day evening mu­sic ses­sions, all our mu­si­cians, and in­deed all the peo­ple who make our shed work, we ap­pre­ci­ate you all.

We look for­ward now to the vil­lage Street­fest where we plan to in­tro­duce a piece of his­tory, so look out for the Men’s Shed con­tri­bu­tion on the day, we know you’ll all love it. We ex­tend a wish and a prayer to mem­ber Martin Con­nor to get well soon, and to peo­ple through­out our com­mu­nity who are trou­bled with sick­ness or worry, that they may have peace and well­ness.

GAA CLUB NOTES

The se­niors take on Rath­new in the league on Fri­day night next, throw in sched­uled for 8 p.m. but please check fix­tures to con­firm. Please come along and cheer the lads on

Call­ing all the Ir­ish speak­ing women in the com­mu­nity, a se­ries is be­ing pro­duced for TG4 which will fea­ture the women of the GAA – from the moth­ers who drive miles to matches around the coun­try to the back­ground teams of fe­male phys­ios and doc­tors, from the loyal sup­port­ers to the board mem­bers who help to run the clubs. If any­one who is in­ter­ested in tak­ing part please con­tact be­low, as it is a TG4 se­ries, par­tic­i­pants would need to have an ad­e­quate level of Ir­ish.rkear­ney@ty­rone-pro­duc­tions.ie01 8894977.

Our ju­nior mag­pies nurs­ery re­sumed last Satur­day in glo­ri­ous sun­shine and will con­tinue ev­ery Satur­day at 10 a.m. in the pitch; new faces are al­ways wel­come to join us. It only costs the bar­gain price of €20 for the en­tire sea­son and an hour’s fun and ex­cite­ment are guar­an­teed ev­ery week.

The un­der-8 to un­der-10s are train­ing ev­ery Tues­day and Fri­day at 6.30 and their next out­ing is an all-county blitz and it’s on in Bal­li­nakill on Satur­day, June 11. Coach­ing for the hurl­ing takes place ev­ery Satur­day at 11.15 a.m. and we are get­ting quite a good turnout how­ever new faces are wel­come to join us at any stage. If you have a child who wants to play ei­ther hurl­ing or foot­ball this year please come up to the pitch any Tues­day or Fri­day at 6.30 p.m. or on Satur­days at 11.15 a.m.and let the lads know.

The un­der-12s had a great win over Barn­dar­rig last week and their next game is at home to Kil­coole on Mon­day the un­der-eight to un­der-10 girls are train­ing tonight Wed­nes­day and ev­ery Wed­nes­day at 6.30 p.m. on the pitch. Please note change of time from six to 6.30 p.m., they are now also train­ing on Satur­days at 12 in the pitch. Their next blitz is on Satur­day the un­der-12 girls who are go­ing well and have only been beaten once are play­ing Val­ley­mount away in the league to­mor­row (Thurs­day) they are train­ing in the pitch on Wed­nes­days at 7 p.m. and on Satur­days at mid­day

The un­der-14 girl’s next match is at home to St Ni­cholas on June 9 the un­der-16 girls are tak­ing a break due to the ex­ams and have no match for a few weeks. Best of luck to ev­ery­one do­ing their ex­ams in the com­ing week.

All of our teams are al­ways look­ing for helpers and es­pe­cially play­ers of all ages so if would like to help out in any way with any of our ju­ve­nile teams or just need more info then con­tact the ju­ve­nile chair­man Shay at 087 2699620. The dead­line for mem­ber­ship has passed and we are now op­er­at­ing a strictly no pay no play pol­icy with no ex­cep­tions.

The lotto rolled over last week hav­ing been won the week be­fore and there were two match-three win­ners tak­ing away €100 each. Num­bers drawn were 11, 13, 19, 25

We have a good stock of ju­ve­nile jer­seys and with the sea­son just started now is the time to or­der your club gear, for all queries re­gard­ing any club mer­chan­dise please give Ruth a ring at 087 7472682 or call up to the club­house any Satur­day morn­ing be­tween 10-11 to view or or­der your club gear. You can keep up to date with us on Face­book and twit­ter for all the lat­est fix­tures and news.

CÚL CAMPS

Fol­low­ing on from a very suc­cess­ful pro­gram last year the Kel­logg’s Cúl Camps are re­turn­ing to New­town once again this year on July 18 to July 22. The web­site is now open for reg­is­tra­tionkel­log­gscul­camps.gaa.ie/

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