AUGHRIM JUVENILE GAA
The under-11 Aughrim hurlers had a great win against Glenealy on Wednesday night last on a score of 4-09 to 3-05. It was a great team performance, it was great to see Conaill O’Brien making a return and under-nine Player Liam Molloy helping the team out. Scorers:Lorcan Toomey 1-09, Adam Lifely 1-00, Dessie Fitzgerald 1-00 and Marc O’Shea 1-00. Team C O’Brien, C Wilson, D Rice, C Connolly, D Fitzgerald, C O’Toole, L Toomey, M O’Shea, L Molloy, J Byrne, A Lifely. The under-13 Luke O’Toole’s team went down to Kilcoole 2-11 to 2-05 while the under-15 Luke O’Toole’s team had a good win v Glenealy 3-08 to 1-03. Cúl Camps is in full swing this week and we hope that all the kids get a lot of exercise and enjoy the week. The under-11 footballers play Shillelagh on Wednesday night, the under-13 team play AGB and the under-15 Derry Gaels team take on Blessington, both games are table top clashes. The under-seven and under-nine footballers play their football blitz in Annacurra this Saturday morning. The club would like to wish Cian Keogh a speedy recovery from a broken wrist, which he sustained in training last week.
KARE OPEN EVENING
We invite you to visit Kare Tinahely Local Service on Friday, July 28, 4 p.m. onwards. The aim of this open evening is to inform our friends, supporters and the community about the support services and facilities available to our Service Users. This will be an opportunity for you to view the new sensory room, class room downstairs and sensory garden. There will be an exhibition of the wonderful work by the our Service Users. Founded in 1967, Kare provides support to people who have an intellectual disability and their families. Tinahely Local Service was established in 2003 and has gone from strength to strength ever since.
The centre is presently housed in a purpose built unit in Tinahely Community Hall on the School Road. The catchment area includes Tinahely, Annacurra, Clonmore, Carnew, Shillelagh, Coolboy, Aughrim, Knockanana and Hacketstown.
The local service take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you for your generosity and valued support over the years.
Tea and coffee will be served in the Community Hall. Bring your family, friends and neighbours along. Everyone is welcome to join us.
We have a summer treat in store for you at Aughrim Town and Country Market (open every Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.). Chef Richard Corrigan will present his healthy eating food demonstration from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and all are most welcome.
We have a wide variety of locally produced food and our stallholders are happy to offer free tastings and advice where possible, plus free entry into our weekly draw.
There is a great variety on offer including fresh local meat, farm fresh eggs, chemical free fruit and vegetables, fresh homebaked breads and cakes, jams and chutneys, freshly cooked frittatas and lots more. Our craft section offers lovely gift ideas, jewellery and aran knits.
Why not meet up with friends at the market cafe for a chat and coffee, breakfast, lunch or sweet treats. New stallholders welcome. For further information contact Caroline 086 0865838.
The annual Cemetery Mass and blessing of the Graves will take place in Rosahane on Wednesday, July 19, at 8 p.m.