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Re­sults: No jack­pot win­ner of £3700 num­bers drawn 5 33 35 £50 Ger­tie O Cal­laghan Lim­er­ick £20 Aaron Cronin Leades Cross £20 John and Maura Coak­ley Ra­halisk. £20 Pa­trick Twomey Ry­lane £20 Jeremiah Corkery Drombeg. Next weeks draw is in The Laine.


A fundraiser for Walk While You Can Fr Tony Coote for Re­search and Care in fight­ing Mo­tor Neu­rone Dis­ease, will be held in The River­side Mac­room on Sau­r­day night 19th Jan. The very pop­u­lar Pa­trick O Sul­li­van and Hugo Dun­can will pro­vide the en­ter­tain­ment. There will be a raf­fle on the night and tick­ets will be avail­able at the door. Please Sup­port.


Sin­cere sym­pa­thy is ex­tended to the Car­roll Fam­ily Bawn­more and Ballincol­lig and the O Dono­van Fam­ily on the tragic pass­ing of Chloe O Dono­van on New Years Day.


The fol­low­ing is the re­sult of Mon­day nights card game 1th Neily Le­hane and Pat O Con­nor 2th Michael Hor­gan and Michael Cree­don Un­der the line Pat Coak­ley and Jackie Spil­lane.


Con­grat­u­la­tions to Jac­qui Gal­wey Far­ran­fore Co. Kerry and Mark O Sul­li­van Cur­raghawad­dra who were mar­ried in Cur­row Church on New Years Eve, and af­ter­words The Av­enue Kil­lar­ney.


Con­grat­u­la­tions to J.J. De­laney on win­ning the Over 40s Plough­ing with Horses in Car­ri­ga­tou Coach­ford on Sun­day last, the weather was glo­ri­ous the men were in their shirt sleeves.


Mu­sic in The Laine Bar next Sat night Jan 12th is with The Premier Blue Boys.


Wish­ing all read­ers and sup­port­ers of The Cork­man a very Happy New Year. should be the first fun­da­men­tal in any given year.

A dif­fi­cult task it is, but over the past two years Bo­her have been the foot­ball team of the year in Duhal­low and long may that con­tinue.

They have presently a very tal­ented panel that are not shot of com­mit­ment, maybe its just a case of get­ting the right blend at the right time.

How­ever, as in the rac­ing world there is a dark horse in ev­ery field, at ev­ery start­ing line.

So, keep the whip in the hand and don’t for­get to keep an eye back un­der your shoul­der – don’t get caught on the line – best of luck.


Last week­end was County Ju­ve­nile 40x20 hand­ball fi­nals out­ing and con­grat­u­la­tions to the lo­cal club, who won the over­all best Club Shield for the first time.

An ac­co­lade well de­served for the time and ef­fort they put in on a weekly ba­sis in the pro­mo­tion of the game. Bo­her were in 10 fi­nals, nine were played with one post­poned to a later date. Of the nine, they won five and nar­rowly los­ing out in the other four.

The win­ners were un­der-8 dou­bles Con O’Con­nor and David Flem­ing. Un­der-nine dou­bles Tadgh O’Con­nor and Ar­ron Breen. Un­der-16 dou­bles Evan En­right and Dan Shee­han. Un­der-17 sin­gles Dar­ragh Ducey. Un­der-15 sin­gles Shane O’Rior­dan.

Run­ners-up were un­der-11 dou­bles Shane Daly and Ciaran Ah­erne. Un­der-11 sin­gles Eoin Ah­erne. Un­der-12 sin­gles Carmel Kelle­her. Un­der-16 sin­gles Cathal Ducey.

Con­grat­u­la­tions also to coaches Tadgh O’Con­nor, Enda Ah­erne, Kieran O’Con­nor, Danny Leni­han, Tim Breen, Pat Joe Ryan and Patsy Ducey.

The post­poned fi­nal was un­der-12 dou­bles Aod­hain O’Ke­effe and Daniel Mc­Sweeney.


The num­bers were 5, 17, 20 and 23. Lucky dip €50 Betsy Anne O’Con­nor, Ruhill­more. €20 each Ed­die Hart­nett, Bo­her­bue; Tom Lovett, Main St; Con­nie Taxi. Seller’s prize: Sand­pit House Pub.


The Dis­abled Driv­ers As­so­ci­a­tion an­nual church gate col­lec­tion takes place be­fore Mass on this Sun­day, Jan­uary 13. Your sup­port will be ap­pre­ci­ated.


Tra­di­tional In­dian Yoga re­cently com­menced on Thurs­day, Jan­uary 3, in the Pearse Me­mo­rial Hall and con­tin­ues weekly 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Con­tact Si­mon at 089 4520187.


First: Ted and Joan Her­lihy. Ladies: Ger­tie Casey and Noreen O’Con­nell. Gents: Mick Buck­ley and Ned O’Ma­hony’s, John Shee­han and Joe Daly, Seán O’Cal­laghan and Paddy O’Leary. Mixed: Mary O’Sul­li­van and Pat Mur­phy, Kath­leen Guiney and De­nis Fitz­patrick.


Bo­her­bue Tidy Towns Com­mit­tee com­menced Op­er­a­tion Trans­for­ma­tion Bo­her­bue on Wed­nes­day this week in the Pearse Me­mo­rial Hall. It is for an eight-week du­ra­tion so, plenty of time to join in the fun. Wed­nes­days 8 p.m.


Beidh an chéad Seisiún Amhránaíochta de 2019 san Auld Tri­an­gle, Maigh Chromtha ar an Domh­nach seo, 13ú Eanair tim­peall a naoi. Fáilte is fiche roimh gach amhrá­naí, scéalaí agus éis­teoir ag an seisiún seo.


There is an op­por­tu­nity to do­nate blood on this Thurs­day, Jan­uary 10th in the River­side Park Ho­tel, Mac­room from 3 to 5pm and from 7 to 9pm. As there is a con­stant de­mand for blood prod­ucts, all donors, both old and new will be most wel­come.


Cuir­fidh an cean­naire, Nóra fáilte is fiche roimh éinne le suim sa Ghaeilge ar an Déar­daoin seo, 10ú Eanair sa Le­ab­har­lann, Maigh Chromtha ag 11:30rn. Beidh tae agus rudaí deasa ar fáil.


Rang a Dó in Scoil Lach­taín Naofa will make their First Holy Com­mu­nion on Satur­day, May 11th at 11am and next day, Sun­day, May 12th it will be the turn of Rang a Dó from Scoil Réidh na nDoirí at 9:30am. Rath Dé or­thu go léir.


Buail is­teach don Le­ab­har­lann, Baile Mhúirne ar an Aoine seo, 11ú Eanair ag 10:30rn don Seisiún Comhrá Ghaeilge, is cuma cén leib­héal. Beidh míle fáilte romhat.


Save April 27th to 29th for Fleadh Cheoil Chor­caí 2019 which will be held in Dun­man­way. It will be hosted by the lo­cal Comhaltas branch.


Níor aim­sigh uimhreacha 4, 18, 19 ná 30 aon buaiteoir don phota óir oll-mhór le €10,000 ann ar an Luan seo chaite in Uí Chríodáin. €100: Gus Malone, Cill na Mar­tra. €40: Diar­muid, c/o Ó Murchú’s. €50: Colm Ó Mocháin, Sean Baile Sheáin. €20; Breda Uí Thuama, Réidh na nDoirí. €20: Wil­lie Ó Murchú, Leac. €20: Clár Ni Aodha, Dún dá Rad­harc.


Míle comhghaird­eas to lo­cal plough­man, Dan Floss O’Rior­dan, Sean Baile Sheáin who was placed in the Lo­cal Plough­ing Class at Mac­room Plough­ing Match on Sun­day last in Coach­ford.


The num­bers were 15, 18, 24 and 27. Lucky dip €50 Char­lie Curtin, Knock­a­voreen.

€20 each Siob­hán Casey, The Why Not; Bren­dan Mur­phy, Kiskeam North and Danny Collins, Doon.


Couch to 5k recom­mences at Glash track on Mon­day next, Jan­uary 14, at 7.30 p.m. Be­gin­ners wel­come – start easy and work up to 5k. It will con­tinue each Mon­day and Wed­nes­day both at 7.30 p.m. Also, fit­ness classes com­mence at the Glash Com­mu­nity Cen­tre on Satur­day last, Jan­uary 5, at 8 a.m. and will con­tinue each Satur­day morn­ing. De­tails from 087 6569055 or 086 8136523.


The an­nual spon­sored weighin or­gan­ised by the Cullen and Dis­trict Spe­cial Needs As­so­ci­a­tion com­menced on Mon­day night last and will con­clude on Mon­day, March 11, when all will be re­vealed.

The money gen­er­ated are pre­sented to a num­ber of schools for the Spe­cial Needs and the gen­eros­ity of this group over the years is very much ap­pre­ci­ated by the re­cip­i­ents. Still plenty of time to join, Cullen Com­mu­nity Cen­tre 8 p.m. on Mon­days.


The num­bers were 7, 11, 14 and 32. Lucky dip €50 Maeve O’Con­nell, Lisaniska. €20 each Traa­gle Casey, c/o Roger; Eileen Coak­ley, Rath­more; De­nis and Juliet Dug­gan, Lisnaboy; Amy Mur­phy, do; Alan Re­gan, No­ho­val­daly. This Satur­days jack­pot is €12,300.


First: Pa­trick Mur­phy and Mick Ah­erne. Ladies: Marie Mur­phy and Betty Big­gane; Kate O’Sul­li­van and Noreen O’Con­nor, Maryanne Tar­rant and Mary O’Ke­effe. Gents: Marty Mur­phy and Manus Fitzger­ald. Mixed: Eileen An­ket­tell and Michael O’Ke­effe. Spots: John Joe O’Con­nell and Matt O’Ma­hony, Tim McAuliffe and Jack Shea­han.

Mill­street ladies en­joy­ing Nol­lag na nBan cel­e­bra­tions in the Wal­lis Arms Ho­tel, Mill­street.

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