Carnew notes week December 12th



Carnew GAA lotto was not won numbers were 10,14,18,24, lucky dips were Ann Dempsey and Susanne OSullivan, the next draw is 19th December and the jackpot is €12,200, tickets €2 from any member or local shops.

Congratulations to the u19’s who won their final recently against St Pat’s, final score Carnew 1-8, St Pats 2-3.

Juvenile AGM will be held on this Friday 16th December in the Club House at 8pm, we are looking for a new  committee , coaches etc so if you are interested please come along.

The meeting room in the club house is available for meetings, etc if you would like to book please contact Niamh on 0877702498.

The GAA are having their annual Christmas draw on Thursday 22nd December at 8.30pm in Sinnott’s, 1st prize €500 cash, 2nd load of sticks, 3rd drinks hamper, 4th food hamper plus other prizes in the night, tickets €5 available from any member or Victor Young’s.


Thanks to all who attended the AGM recently in the club house, the following were elected chairperson Ken Redmond, vice chairman chuckie House, secretary Niamh Myers, assistant secretary Brian Doran, treasurer Mick Greene and Linda Wafer, childrens officer’s John Walsh and Tina Daly, Irish Officer James Doran, County Board officers James Doran and John OSullivan, good luck to all for the coming year.


Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Andrew Morris, Dublin who died recently.


The Christmas mass for the deceased will be held on Monday 19th December at 7.30pm in Carnew.

The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be held in Askamore church on Thursday 22nd December at 6.30pm and Kilrush church at 7.30pm.

Split the Pot

Winner of “Split the Pot” on Friday 9th December is Mark Tomkins, Brideswell  – winning €130.  

              The prizes for next week’s Christmas Bumper Split the Pot are: 

           1st prize €250

           2nd Prize €150

           3rd Prize €75

         Plus the Hampers.

Draw takes place on Friday 16th December in Ballyellis School.

Split the Pot” envelopes can be had from any parent in the school or by calling into the school.  Many thanks to everyone for your support. It is much appreciated


The lucky winner of our split the pot draw for Scoil Aodan Naofa CARNEW who won €383 was Carmel Kilbride. Congratulations.

The winner of our Christmas hamper was Caitlín O’Keefe. Congratulations.

The sellers prize winners are Sophie Kenny, Alex House, Lucy Kenney, Áine Brennan and Kathleen Molloy all who won a selection box.

Our next draw takes place next Friday 16th December.

Thank you for your continued support.

It’s Time to Cut Loose…Footloose!  

Coláiste Bhríde Carnew will hold its first musical in 3 years. The show will run from Thursday the 15th to Saturday the 17th of December with a fabulous, talented cast of young (and not so young) people. A fun, upbeat night of familiar tunes and energetic dancing is guaranteed. Tickets are €10 each and are on general sale at lunchtime in the social area and in the evening via our box office phone line 087-2355701. Be sure to get in quick to avoid disappointment!

Split the pot Winner

Last week’s winner of our Split the Draw wasMr P.J. Fortune, Main Street, Carnew.  Congratulations!

Our seller’s prize went to Ms Anna Gahan, Colaiste Bhride.  

Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and relatives of Jim Kenny, Craanford who died recently and was buried in Craanford cemetery.

To the family and relatives of Mrs Teresa Dowse nee McAssey, Kilquiggan who died recently.
To the family and relatives of Mrs Bridget Fleming nee Donohue, Dunboyne, Co  Meath/Bolinrush who died recently and was buried in Askamore cemetery.
To the family and relatives of Paddy Simpson, Newmarket, England/Shillelagh who died recently.
To the family and relatives of Pat Gilbert, New line who died during the week and was buried on Monday in Tomacork cemetery.
To the family and relatives of Herbert White, Coolboy who died recently.

Laura Young from Crumlin Hospital will be coming to the community Care Carnew on Wednesday morning 14th December at 11.00 to collect the baby blankets and clothes for the Intensive Care Unit in Crumlin. 

A big thank you to all the knitters for their contribution to this worthwhile cause.  Everything is very much appreciated.  A very happy Christmas to all. Mary Blake.

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