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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.


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.

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