Aughrim and Town country market is on in the Aughrim Pavilion every Saturday from 10 til 2pm. There is loads of goodies available… organic fruit and vegetables, delicious breads, home baked cakes, sausage rolls and biscuits etc and lovely crafts such as wooden clocks, gorgeous beaded jewellery and hand made recycled quilts, bags etc. Tea and coffee is also available…. all pandemic procedures are in place so everyone’s safety is assured.
Aughrim Sheep Breeders will hold their Annual Sale on Friday, 4th September in Carnew Mart. Due to current circumstances there will be no Show aspect to the day. Sheep will be penned and sold in the usual Class format. For Entry forms or further information, contact Alan Kinsella on (087) email@example.com or Carnew Mart on (053) 942 6234
The annual Our Ladys Pilgrimage will be a virtual one this year. Details on www.ourladysisland.ie
Results for August 3. No winners . Numbers drawn. 7-10-24-25. Jackpot now €4650.00. Draw held on Monday night in the Community Hall at 10pm.
Last weekend saw the latest round in the intermediate championship. We played Hollywood. This was a game between two well matched sides.
Hollywood got off to a quick start leading 1-03 to 0-02 after 15 minutes. Our lads worked hard and reduced the deficit to one point at half time.
The second half was blow for blow although we missed many chances. With time running out we were three points down but Alan Byrne showed why he has been a star player for years and scored a fantastic goal to send the game into extra time.
We got off to a quick start including a goal from Nevin O’Sullivsn which put us six points up. The game ended with a four point victory setting us up with a quarter final against Kilcoole.
The juniors also played their first championship match against Aughrim.
We had a one point advantage at half time, however we tired in the second half and went down by seven.
Annacurra GAA sends it’s sincerest condolences to our former chairman Sean Kavanagh and all his family on the passing of his father Michael. May he rest in peace.
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