Carnew notes June 8

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TINAHELY WALKING CLUB
On Sunday June 14 the walk will be in the Mount Leinster area (Grade B, 14km, 3.5 hours) meeting in Tinahely Square at 10.00am or Bunclody car park at 10.30. On Sunday June 21 the walk is at Tonelagee (Grade A, 15km, 4 hours) meeting in Tinahely Square at 9.00am or Glendalough at 9.45. Please ensure to wear proper walking boots, to bring adequate food & drink and to pack (or wear) rain gear. (Walk grades: A is the hardest and C is the easiest – depends on gradient and duration.) Full walking schedule is on the Tinahely Website.

GOLF CLASSIC
Colaiste Bhride Carnew are holding their annual golf classic on Friday 12th June in Coollattin Golf Club, team of four 200 euros, contact the golf club on 0539429125 or www.coollattingolfclub.com

WEDDING
Congratulations to Karl O’Flaherty, Valley Heights and Joanne Rafferty, who were married recently.

SYMPATHY
Sincere sympathy is extended to Betty Browne, Coollattin Road, her family and relatives on the death of her sister Ann Bass in New Zealand.

GET WELL
Get well wishes go to Paudge Cullen, Ballingate. John Doran, Umrigar.

LOTTO
The Pride in Carnew lotto was won by Florrie Bower, seller May Brennan Kavanagh.

GAA LOTTO
The GAA lotto was not won, numbers were 8,9,11,22, the next draw is8th June in Sinnotts and the jackpot is 2,400 euros, lucky dips were Betty Gordon, Gorey Road. Eoin Kavanagh, Motabower. Vinnie Hall and Sue Balfe. Tickets are 2 euros available from any player or local shop.

KNOCK
Would anyone who is interested in travelling to knock with the Askamore pilgrimage on 6th/7th July please contact Mary Kenny Ballyconran 0539426358 or 0861541948 as soon as possible to confirm.

30TH ANNIVERSARY
Carnew Community Care 30th Anniversary exhibition in the Day Centre on Thursday 11th June 2-4 pm and 7-9pm, Friday 12th 10an – 12 noon and2-3pm, all welcome admission is free.

KNITTING FOR THE COOMBE
Anyone who is knitting/crochet blankets, mitts, cardigans, hats, bootees for the Coombe please leave into the Centre before 17th June, items will be collected on 24th June at 3pm and all are welcome to come along.
Football U12s
Carnew 10-4 Ballymanus 3-4

Carnew ran out easy winners over Ballymanus in Carnew on Friday June 5th. The game was somewhat spoiled by a strong wind and never got into any great rhythm from either side.

Carnew, who had a panel of 22 players struggled to afford all players time on the field but did manage to do so in the end. On form for Carnew were Callum Paterson, Cathal Rooney, Thomas Collins, Ben Gilligan, Richard Greene, Shane Byrne and Billy Molloy who was effective at full forward.

Overall Carnew did enough to win this game but will need to improve our efforts to be in contention for the finals.

Training every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6.30 pm to 7.45 pm. All players who wish to be in contention for their place on the team must attend training.

CARNEW AGRICULTURAL SHOW
Carnew Agricultural Show this year will take place on July 18th. This will be our 70th Anniversary Show and we need new volunteers to help keep this show going in Carnew. The Schedule for our 2015 show is now available, Email: [email protected] or contact our Show Secretary on 087-1429325.

SUMMER CAMPS
Come join our Two Exciting Summer Camps not to be missed. Venue: Carnew National School, Date: 27th July- 1st Aug 15, Age group: 4-12, Time: 9.30-12 (Art Camp) 12-2 (Activity Camp). Art in the morning (Stop Motion Animation, Sugar Craft, Design/Paint your own fairy door & lots more, with art competition on the last day). Activity camp in the afternoon (Introduction to Tae-Kwon-Do, circuit training & lots more). Demonstration & Competition on the last day, with medals & certs. Join us for the Art Camp or Activity camp only or both. Over 14yrs experience delivering Art Camps to the community & over 20years Tae-Kwon-Do experience. For Booking Contact: Trish Murphy (087)6390370 for further information.

LADIES FOOTBALL
Carnew ladies football club would like to thank the Lodge for organising a great night last Saturday with Andy the hammer Hamilton. A big thank you to all who raised money to play him and those who supported the event.

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