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Friday 17th Feb 2017 Vol. 10 Issue 04


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KERRY GROUP RAS MUMHAN 4 DAY INTERNATIONAL CYCLE RACE 2017

Stage 2 will start in Listowel & Finish in Athea.

Listowel Cycling Club are delighted to announce that the The Route for Kerry Group Ras Mumhan, the first major Stage Race of the Irish Cycle Racing season which will take place over the 4 days of Easter weekend, April 14th to 17th 2017, will include a Stage in North Kerry and West Limerick.

DANIEL TO LAUNCH HIS BOOK OF POETRY THIS SATURDAY

Daniel O’Connor from Tarbert pictured with his book of poetry which will be Launched in The Community Centre Tarbert on Saturday night 18th February at 7pm. The book contains 151 poems and over 400 famous and funny quotes. All the work of Daniel. Photo by Frank O’Connor

MURHUR NS NOW ENROLLING FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2017-2018

Murhur N.S. Moyvane is a co-educational Catholic primary school which strives to create a learning environment where every child is encouraged and enabled to develop to their full and unique potential. In true Christian spirit we welcome all denominations to our school. The school endeavours to enhance the self-esteem of all children and to imbue in them respect for people and property. We provide a caring and secure atmosphere where the needs of each pupil are identified and addressed. Murhur N.S. Moyvane takes its name from ‘Magh Oirthir’ - the Eastern Plain from the old civil parish area. The present school, which opened in 1975 replaced the original Murhur N.S. built in 1888. Academic excellence is of paramount importance to us. We offer the Complete Curriculum, enhanced with early intervention, modern technology and outside support in the areas of football, swimming, art/craft, scor etc. Our sporting activities include Gaelic football - Kerry County Board/Go Games, Mini 7s, and Cumann na mBunscol competitions. We have a spacious play area incorporating our own football pitch and our basketball court. We have access to the nearby GAA pitch and Community Sports Hall for our P.E. activities. Our Music and Drama are greatly enhanced by the availability to us of the local Marian Hall. Murhur N.S. is a Green School and a health promoting school embracing Operation Transformation school oriented activities. The Junior Entrepreneur Programme captures the energy and imagination of Primary School pupils who mastermind projects and bring them to fruition. The idea is simple: The programme helps children to set up their own ‘class business’. The project teaches children how to manage money and gives them an understanding of business in the ‘Real World’ We are in the process of upgrading our IT system. We plan to start Computer Skills/ Coding Scratch/Coder Dojo classes in the last term of this school year. We hope to continue and further develop this in the next school year 2017-2018. Our active and supportive Parents’ Association help with fundraising, the organisation of school activities and cater for social events.

We are now enrolling for the school year 2017-2018. Application forms are available from the school each morning 9:30am - 12:30pm. You are invited to our Open Days this Friday 17th from 1pm to 3pm and tomorrow Saturday 18th February from 10am to 12 noon.

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Big time Cycle Racing returns to Listowel for the first time in 10 years on Easter Saturday April 15th, when Stage 2 will start in Listowel and cover a 130km route taking in North Kerry and West Limerick. This tough hard stage will finish in the village of Athea in West Limerick after 130km of undulating roads. The stage is built for the real strong elite riders, with a number of category 2 and 3 climbs. The route will take the riders from the start in Listowel on to Ballylongford, Tarbert, up the town in Glin, then on to Athea for the first of three times up the hill on the road to Carrigkerry, on to Ardagh, Shanagolden, Foynes, up the big climb in Glin again, on to Athea, then on to a 25km finishing circuit through Carrigkerry and back to finish up the hill out of Athea for the 3rd time. Listowel will be well represented and hope to have 3 riders in the field of 200 riders representing all the top Club teams in the country and a good representation of teams from Britian and the Continent also. Eugene Moriarty, Barry Horgan and Shane O Neill (pictured), all elite Category 1 riders, who competed in last years An Post Ras will all be in the line up, while Limerick and Kerry teams will also be in the line up. This is a huge International race and is sure to bring a big crowd of cycling and sports enthusiasts to the area.

The 500km route, which is again long and hard, will start on Good Friday, April 14th in Killorglin and finish four days later on Easter Monday morning April 17th in Killorglin also. Valentia Island is added back in to Sundays Stage 3 in South Kerry, which will also have the Coom an Easpaig climb, the only Cat 1 Climb of the race. Stages 1 and 4 are the same as the last few years.

Details of the other 3 Stages are: Stage 1. Good Friday. 100km Starting and finishing in Killorglin after 100km. Stage 3. Easter Sunday. 155km. Start & Finish in Waterville. Stage 4. Easter Monday. 115km The final day is starting and finishing in Killorglin. Full details of Kerry Group Ras Mumhan on www.rasmumhan.com. Facebook Kerry Group Ras Mumhan Twitter @rasmumhan For further information please contact: Mary Concannon - Race Secretary/Organizer: 087 2802071 - maryconcannon15@ gmail.com Tadhg Moriarty - Race Director/Press Officer 087 2443360 - genemoriarty12@gmail.com Kerry Group - Padraig Mallon 066 7182309 - padraig.mallon@kerry.ie

‘LIVING FOR SPORT’ AT PRESENTATION LISTOWEL

On Wednesday the 8th February Louise Galvin, past pupil of the school and ‘Living for Sport’ athlete mentor spoke to LCA students about the Sky Sports ‘Living for Sport’ campaign. It is run by a UK Charity Youth Sport Trust where athlete mentors come to schools to teach students about the Six Keys to Success. These are the top six life-skills athletes identified as enabling them to achieve success in sport. Louise gave the students a talk about her own background in sport from basketball in Pres Listowel and with Ireland, GAA with Kerry and onto her current position representing Ireland in Rugby 7's. She plays rugby now professionally and has given up her job as a physiotherapist.

The goal is for the LCA students to organise some form of activity/walk/run where the greater school community can partake. The girls are currently planning some ideas around this and hope to run an activity later in the school year. Louise will return to the school in March to meet with the girls again for a full day of activities and to check on the progress of the girls’ project.

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LISTOWEL TIDY TOWNS AGM

Colaiste Na Riochta proudly presents: "A Wake in the West" by Michael J. Ginnelly; Thursday 30th March 2017 at 7.30pm in St John's Theatre.

The famous side-splitting comedy! After a life devoted to drink, it is no surprise that Tom Healy’s final wish is to be buried in the drink – at sea, that is. The neighbours, one by one, pour into Healy’s front room to ‘pay their respects', though not all come to pray. A Wake in the West is a high farce play; it has packed all venues wherever it has been staged. From Westport (where it began) to Perth, from London to San Francisco, it has left everyone rolling in the aisles. Make sure you come along ‘to pay your last respects’ and sympathise with Tom’s Family on the 30th March 2017!!

Listowel Tidy Towns Group held their 23rd A.G.M. on Tues February 7th in their usual meeting venue, St Patrick's Hall. The meeting was well attended and the committee were in jubilant mood as they headed into their 24th year in existence! Outgoing Chairperson Kieran Moloney expressed his appreciation and admiration for his fellow committee members on yet another excellent result in the 2016 National Tidy Towns Competition. Lovely Listowel not only added another Gold Medal to its collection (bringing it to 9), it went on to clinch the title of Ireland's Tidiest Small Town for a second year running! Now, only a whisper away from the 'Big One' with everyone working together, could 2017 be Listowel's year? Kieran added that it had been a great honour to be at the helm of Listowel Tidy Towns Group for the past three years, especially in such exciting times, but it was now time to hand the baton on! Outgoing Secretary Mary Hanlon thanked Kieran on behalf of the group and commended him highly on his positive and enthusiastic leadership during his time in the Chair. Not only did he lead, he also got stuck in to any job that needed doing. Nothing was too menial or too difficult for Kieran to take on. We are very glad to report he is going nowhere and is staying on as a most valuable member of the group although in a different position! Mary also made reference to our valuable Listowel Municipal staff along with the C.E. / R.S.S./ and Tus. participants who all make up the winning team, which has got Listowel to the much admired town it is today. Not only for the visitor but for the residents and business community alike. Everyone has a part to play in the positive presentation of Listowel!

The Officers of ListoweL Tidy Towns Group for 2017 were unanimously elected as follows: Chairperson: Julie Gleeson | Vice Chairperson: Cllr. Jimmy Moloney Secretary: Mary Hanlon | Joint Treasurers: Breda Mc Grath / Eileen Worts Joint P.R.Os: Kieran Moloney / Jackie Barrett - Madigan Liaison Officers (C.E./R.S.S./ T.U.S.Partisipants) Mary Hanlon / Michael Caffery / Daisy Foley School Liaison Officers: Imelda Murphy / Damian O'Mahony / Liz Horgan. Additional members were elected to internal sub-committees i.e.Landscaping, Biodiversity & Riverwalk. We wish everyone the best of luck for the coming year and hope our numbers will be well increased for our Spring Clean Up Week commencing Monday April 3rd in the Town Park. Thank you al for your help and cooperation in the past and lets keep up the great work for 2017!

MCNAMEE AWARD FOR BEALE GAA BOOK

The announcement of the GAA National Communication and Media Awards, better known as the MacNamee Awards, sees Beale GAA win2016 Best GAA Club Publication for ‘Sand in our Boots’.

‘Sand in our Boots’ charts the history not only of the Beale GAA club but also of its predecessors including the Ballybunion Corncrakes, Cruaghdarrig Emmets and Faha. Using a variety of sources including internal records, newspaper reports and the folk memory of the club, the authors have succeeded in successfully charting the history of the club and its place within the wider GAA organisation.

Rhona Tarrant, an acclaimed journalist and radio presenter, offered students in Presentation Listowel recently an introduction into the world of media. As a former pupil of the school, Rhona gave students a workshop on report writing, journalism, radio work, interviews and essay writing. She will continue to work closely with TY students to help develop their studies.

Listowel Hospice receiving a bank draft for €1,000 from Mary Danaher, her daughter Marie (student of Presentation Convent Listowel), Margaret Kennelly and Margaret Carmody. This was the proceeds the ladies collected from the St. Brigid’s Crosses they made and sold recently. The ladies, all neighbours and friends got together to celebrate the feast of St Brigid’s day by keeping the tradition of St Brigid alive, making her crosses. Unfortunately not everyone has learned the craft of making the crosses so the ladies felt it important that the older generation pass on the art and craft to the younger generation. St Brigid’s crosses are used in different ways, many country people put them in outhouses as St Brigid had a love of the outdoors and animals.

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Dromclough NS 5th & 6th class pupils treat their grandparents to a musical interlude at Grandparents’ Day last week

They decided to sell the crosses and donate the proceeds to Listowel Hospice. Many families and friends from all parishes around North Kerry know the importance of the fantastic Hospice facility that is available within Listowel District Hospital and also the loving care patients receive from the Nursing staff and carers. The ladies were greatly helped by: Mary Collins Moyvane P.O., Holly’s Gala Moyvane, Denise Moran Parish Office Listowel Presbytery, and our Parish Priest Fr. Kevin McNamara who facilitated us at our Parishes Masses. The Staff and committee were delighted and very appreciative of the donation.

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LISTOWEL RECENT DEATHS Michael Daly, Knockane. Betty Ann Carroll, William Street. Nail McAvoy, Bristol, England late of Inch & Ballygologue Rd. funeral to take place in Bristol. ANNIVERSARY REMEMBRANCE Bridget Walsh, Convent Street & Greenville. Mary & Mossie Enright, St. Mary’s, Dromerin. OLD OR BROKEN MOBILE PHONES FOR NANO NAGLE Please drop into Denise in the Parish Office or call Frank Greaney on 087 2536120 WEIGHTWATCHERS Listowel Community Centre on Wednesdays 10.00am and 5.30pm. Contact Rita on 087 1012174

Ellen and Katie Trant, Listowel with their medals from the Lixnaw Comhaltas Feile Feabhra competitions

LIXNAW HURLING CLUB Lixnaw Hurling Medal Presentation Gathering will now take place on Saturday February 25th in the Rose Hotel. Medals will be presented to all members of the successful U12, 13, 14, 15 and 16, minor, senior and both U21 North Kerry and County championship panels. Tickets cost €10 for Juvenile and €25 for adult tickets. Tickets are available at Foleys or from any committee. 2017 Officers; Chairman: Paul Wallace. Vice-Chairman; John Griffin. Secretary; Edmond Daughton. Treasurer; Tom Foley. Dev Officer; Johnny O’Keeffe. Maintenance Off: Tom Bowler. Scor Officer; Liz O’Keeffe. Childrens Officer; Geraldine Shannon. A.S.A.P. Officer; Jonathan Silles. Co- Board Delegate: Denis Quilter. North Kerry Board Delegates; Tony Sheehy, Willie O’Connell. Team Managements; Senior; Manager; Fergus Fitzmaurice; Trainer; Mark Foley. Selector; Trevor McKenna. Junior; Manager; Padraig McCarthy. Selectors; Roger Hussey, Murish McCarthy, Shane Kelliher, Pat Lyons. U21; Manager; Benny Stack. Selectors; Jerome McKenna, John Griffin, James Flaherty. Minor; Manager; Tommy Molyneaux. Selectors; Mike Kelliher, Nick Mullins, John Griffin. REGISTRATION: Anyone who was not available for the recent Registration night and still has not registered and would like to do so, forms have been left in at Foleys so you can call in there to do so Cost is €15 per child and €25 for two of same family. REFEERING; last call for anyone wishing tobecome a referee at senior or juvenile level. It is expected that all clubs should have a nominated 1 active referee for both senior and under age games. So far one new person has taken up the initiative. So if there is anyone out there who wishes to take up refereeing contact any of the club officers asap please. KERRY HURLING- SENIOR 9 points in arrears at half time, 0-4 to 0-13, a great 2nd half comeback from the Kerry senior hurlers saw them edge out Laois by 3-14 to 019 in the opening Allianz League Div 1B game at a wickedly cold Austin Stack Park last Sun. While Lixnaw had no representative starting on the team, John Buckley, John Griffin & Martin Stackpoole were on the panel. Next up for Kerry is Limerick in round 2 next Sun in the Gaelic Grounds, Limerick with a throw in time of 2pm CAUSEWAY CAMOGIE NEWS We would like to invite all girls from 5yrs to 11yrs to give Camogie a try for a few weeks. Starting Friday 17th of February from 6.30pm to 7.30pm (& every Friday)In the Sports hall, Causeway, Cost €2. All you need is a helmet, we will provide the hurley (Helmets available if needed). Phone Gina on 087 1323496 with any queries. Fundraising table quiz & medal presentation in Harty's Bar Causeway on Thursday 23rd Feb at 7.30pm. Special guests on night. Your support would be very much appreciated. LIXNAW COURSING CLUB LOTTO Jackpot; €6,600. Numbers drawn; 1, 15, 26, 28. No Jackpot winner. €20 Winners; Liam Hayes, Finuge. Eileen Flaherty, Stacks Mountain. Eileen Somers, The Gap. Noreen Mahony, Ballinclogher. Kevin Galvin, Brehan. Next draw at Anglers Rest bar on Monday for a Jackpot of €6,700. RAMBLING HOUSE FINUGE The next session will be held this Friday night Feb 17 at the Thatched House commencing at 9pm

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Ella Louise McGlynn, Lixnaw at the recent Lixnaw Comhaltas Feile Feabhra competitions

NORTH KERRY WIND TURBINES AWARENESS GROUP Wish to inform you the judicial challenge to the proposed Ballyhorgan windfarm will be heard in the Commercial Court on Tuesday Feb 21st. Funds are still urgently needed to meet the cost of this challenge. A public meeting will be held in Dromclough School on Thursday Feb 16th at 8.00pm for all interested residents. IRISH WHEELCHAIR ASSOCIATION Wish to thank everyone who contributed to our trecent annual Church Gate collection. Lixnaw; €210. Irremore; €170. Rathea; €140. FIRST COMMUNION ENROLMENT CEREMONIES Dromclough School- Wednesday Feb 15th at 7-30pm at Irremore Church. Lixnaw Girls & Boys School- Wednesday February 22nd at 730pm in St Michaels Church, Lixnaw. DOODLE 4 GOOGLE COMPETITION Sally O Mahony from Ardfert has been selected for the public voting stage of the 2017 Doodle 4 Google competition. Sally is a 5th year student at Mercy Mounthawk Secondary school, Tralee & is a student of Ann O Shea Daly. Her doodle can be viewed online on the google website from 7-21st February 2017, where an opportunity to vote for Sally will be available. This is a great opportunity for Sally & all help in promoting this voting process is greatly appreciated. See site: doodles.google.ie/d4g/ & vote for Sally online next week. THE BRAINS OF KERRY TABLE QUIZ In aid of helping Anthony fight lyme disease The semi finals will take place on the 23rd of February in the following locations: Listowel Arms Hotel | The Brandon Hotel Tralee The Avenue Hotel Killarney | The Manor Inn Killorglin The Ring of Kerry Hotel Cahersiveen | Brook Lane Kenmare Benners Hotel Dingle Top 3 teams qualify for the Grand Final on Thursday 2nd March in The Avenue Hotel, Killarney. Guest MC in each location LIXNAW PARENT & TODDLER GROUP Are hoping to re-open. If you are interested in seeing the group going ahead please attend an open meeting on Wednesday February 22nd at 4.00pm in the Ceolann. Parents, grandparents, childminders, other family members, any person who has a young child in their care; all are welcome. Bring your child with you if you need to- no problem. If we have insufficient numbers we will have to discuss the closure of the group so please attend or contact if interested. For further details contact Niamh Mannion on 087-2440022. CCE LEAC SNAMHA Well our 27th annual Féile Feabhra was indeed a great success from start to finish following a lot of work and preparation. It was really a celebration of what is happening through comhaltas in Lixnaw branch, like so many more branches. Children come through the front door to learn traditional music, song, dance or comhrá and the different stages of improvement can be seen on weekends like this. The concert last Saturday night was lovely for families and all the ceolann teachers, to see on stage all the results of the work done in the branch, and the various competitions on Sunday showed just how much talent is continuing to come through from so many comhaltas branches. Thanks to all who supported us over the weekend, to all parents and all their children for their dedication, to our comhaltas teachers and all volunteers. Our involvement in Fleadh Chiarraí 2017 is ongoing and all going according to plan. For all up to date comhaltas news its www.kerrycomhaltas.ie. kerryccé facebook page and tweet @kerrycimhaltas. slán tamall.

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL LISTOWEL Bingo continues every Sunday night at the Plaza Listowel at 8.30 sharp. We urgently need volunteers to deliver dinners 1 day a week on a rota , this would take about an hour 12.15 to 1.30. From our day centre at upper Church Street. Contact Day Centre 068 21861 or our office 068 57380 ARE YOU WORRIED ABOUT A LOVED ONE’S ALCOHOL OR DRUG USE? Inner Healing Counselling can help. We provide support to family members who have a loved one abusing alcohol and/or drugs. Inner Healing Counselling is new private counselling service that gives you an opportunity to speak to a professionally trained counsellor in a safe, confidential, environment. We also provide an online counselling service which provides the same professional service from the comfort of your own home. Contact Eileen on 087 6402715 to arrange your free 20 minute phone consultation. More details on http://innerhealingcounselling.com LISTOWEL BOARD KNIGHTS Be completely unromantic this Valentines Day and join us for board games - eradicate diseases in Pandemic, build an empire in Dominion... and we'll have a captivating range of other games. Over 18s only; couples and singles alike welcome. Tuesdays in Christy's from 8.30pm facebook.com/listowelbk or call 0874028866 for more info. THE BRAINS OF KERRY TABLE QUIZ In aid of helping Anthony fight lyme disease The semi finals will take place on the 23rd of February in the following locations: Listowel Arms Hotel | The Brandon Hotel Tralee The Avenue Hotel Killarney | The Manor Inn Killorglin The Ring of Kerry Hotel Cahersiveen | Brook Lane Kenmare Benners Hotel Dingle Top 3 teams qualify for the Grand Final on Thursday 2nd March in The Avenue Hotel, Killarney. Guest MC in each location ARE YOU A GRIEVING PARENT? 1 Day retreat Saturday 4th March 10am. to 5pm. in Ardfert Retreat Centre. Contact Caroline Dunne at CarolineEmmausCompassion@gmail.com NEW TOASTMASTER CLUB IN LISTOWEL If you would like to gain self confidence, self esteem and improve your ability to speak in public then you should check out the newest public speaking club in North Kerry. The next meeting will be held in the Listowel Arms Hotel on Thursday, February 16 from 8 -10pm. Admission €5 which covers cost of refreshments and rent of the room. Further information from Gerard Mannix on 087 2193670. FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE A limited number of spaces remain to be filled in the learn how to grow your vegetables (FETAC Level 3 ) course to commence shortly at Listowel Family Resource Centre. Contact Bridie on (068 23584) Taking a class can help you understand your tablet, learn how it works and how to make it more productive and more fun for you. Brush up your skills and learn new tricks and shortcuts and more. Participants must bring their own tablets, This four-week six-hour course will feature basic tablet navigation, how to connect to WI-FI networks, how to use the internet on tablets and how to download and manage apps. Further details from (068 23584) Names are currently being taken for the parents plus course for Teens to commence at Listowel Family Resource Centre on Monday February 27 from 7-9pm. Places are limited so early booking is advised. Further details from 068 23584. LISTOWEL COMMUNITY GAMES Huge congratulations to Clodagh Murphy who won first place today representing Listowel in the Kerry Community Games u16 solo music competition, Clodagh now goes on to compete in the National competition in Dublin this August. Also a reminder of Kerry Community Games Fixtures Handwriting u10 & u12 - Saturday Feb. 25th, 10pm Listowel Convent Secondary. Art u8 - Saturday Feb. 25th, 12.30pm Listowel Convent Primary. Art u10, u12, u14 - Saturday Feb. 25th, 12.30pm Listowel Convent Secondary. Model Making - Friday April 14th, 4.30pm Gaelscoil Castleisland For further information contact Jill Carey (087) 9815181

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TARBERT

KILFLYNN

BOOK LAUNCH The Poetical Works of Daniel O’Connor will be launched in the Community Centre, Tarbert on Saturday, February 18, at 7pm. The book contains one hundred and fifty-one poems penned by the author and over four hundred famous and funny quotes, by philosophers of ancient times. Entertainment and Refreshments served, everyone welcome.

CROTTA LOTTO JACKPOT HITS 8,000 The Four numbers drawn out of the drum by the Independent observer, Pat Culhane, Crotta on Monday Night, 13th February in Herbert's Bar, Kilflynn were 9,12,28 and 32. There was No winner of €7,900 Jackpot. The following won €35 in the lucky dip draw: Marie Hickey, Irrebeg, Lixnaw, Kevin Galvin, Ballyrehan, Lixnaw and Ciss Honan, Irrebeg, Lixnaw. The next draw will take place in Parker's Pub, Kilflynn, on Monday 20th February with a 8,000 Jackpot. Tickets are available at 2 Euro each or 3 for 5 euro from Club tickets sellers or you can also play onwww.locallotto.ieThe Crotta Hurling Club also have lotto tickets sellers calling to Houses in The Kilflynn and surrounding areas at present. Your continued support is greatly appreciated. Check out www.crottagaa.club

TARBERT POST OFFICE AIB customers can use the Post Office for the following services: Cash and Cheque Lodgement, Cash Withdrawal and Credit card payments. Ulster bank customers can lodge cash and make credit card payments. The post office now has an area set aside for the Community Text Alert Group. Call in and see how you can best protect all your valuables at home and have them logged and marked. TAKE NOTE John F Leslie Walk and Fairy Trail will be closed to the public for the month of February. BINGO Jackpot €950 in 49 calls. Bingo in Tarbert Community Centre every Wednesday night at 8.30pm. All welcome. EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS An evening of reflection for All Eucharist Ministers in the Kerry Diocese will be held at Ardfert Retreat Centre on Tuesday, February 21, from 7pm to 10pm. This will be led by Bishop (Emeritus) Bill Murphy. We look forward to having all Eucharist Ministers with us. Please see the notice board. HISTORICAL SOCIETY Tarbert Historical Society will resume its activities on Saturday. February 18. in the Bridewell. The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Society will take place at 7.30pm. This will be followed by a very interesting talk and a power point presentation by Jerry O’ Connell titled, An illustrated personal perspective on the History of Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand. Everybody welcome and there will be a cúpan tae afterwords. DANCE NIGHT West Limerick 102fm Dance Night in Rathkeale House Hotel on Wednesday, February 22, at 9pm till late. Music by PJ Morrihey. Admission €10 at the Door. Thank you for supporting your Community Radio, your support is very much appreciated. West Limerick 102fm, Carboot Sale and indoor Market Sunday, February 19, at Community Centre Newcastle West 8am to 2pm Gate opens at 7.30am. Thank you for supporting your Community Radio your support is very much appreciated. COFFEE MORNING A Buggies and Bubs, coffee morning will take place in the Seanchaí Centre on Thursday, February 23, from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Come along and enjoy a coffee and treats while your children play in our secure play area. For more information tel. (068) 22212, email kerrywritersmuseum@gmail.com.

SENIOR SCOR Best wishes to O'Neills Crotta contestants who compete in the county finals of senior scór on Saturday night 18th February in Castleisland. Crotta will be represented in instrumental music with Sean Abeyta, Niamh Abeyta Mike Rice, Sinead O'Sullivan and Mairead Curran, recitation by Sonny Egan and solo singing by Mary Dowling. Great Credit to Crotta Scor officer Ann Mahony for her great guidance and organising of the Crotta competitors KILFLYNN N.S. On Friday 10th February, St. Teresa's National School Kilflynn took part in Operation Transformation's 10@10. Children throughout the school danced and moved for ten minutes. Children of all ages got involved and plenty of fun was had! #OperationTransformation ST. SENAN’S MEDAL PRESENTATION NIGHT St Senans underage registration night this Saturday evening 18th February at 6 30 and after at 7 30 medal presentation for u12 and u14 teams. The All Ireland minor football cup will be there on the night along with special guest. All welcome. LAST MAN STANDING The Crotta Hurling Club are starting a last man standing competition on Saturday 25th of Feb. 10euro entry. 500euro is guaranteed for the winner.. The rules are pick 1 premiership team each week if they win your through to the next round if they lose or draw you are out. You can only pick each team once. Anyone interested in joining please contact Shane Nolan, Paud Twomey or Herbert’s or Parker’s Pub DRAMA St Michael's Drama Group Lixnaw, present the hilarious comedy The Maiden Aunt in An Ceolann Lixnaw on Thursday 16th Friday 17th saturday 18th and Sunday 19th of February at 08 15 pm each night. Tickets at the door. CILLARD CAMOGIE CLUB due to large numbers we have added an additional class to Tuesday evening fitness at Kilmoyley Community Centre with the 5 & 6 year old's at 5.30 to 6.15, and then 7 to 10 year old's 6.15 to 7.15, & 11 to 14 year olds 7.15 to 8.15, cost €2. HURLING WORKSHOPS FOR COACHES The second workshop takes place on Saturday 18th February in Causeway G.A.A Club at 1pm. PILATES Starting new Pilates class for Beginners and Improver’s next Monday week 27th February from 10am to 11am for 6 weeks to 3rd April. in Saint Columbas Centre in Kilflynn. Great way to start improving your fitness, strength, and flex-

ibility for 2017. Tudy has been a Pilates instructor for over 10 years. She is fully quilified APPI Instructor and Chartered Physiotherapist. Cost 55 or 10 per Class. Contact Trudy on 087 4175617 to book your place or for further information. ABBEYDORNEY GOLF SOCIETY 2017 DATES March 25th: Ceann sibeal 11:30-1pm April 29th: Dooks 12:40-1:40pm June 24th: Newcastle west 11:00-12:15pm August 19th: Mahonys point 9:30-10:50am September 30th:weekend away 11:00-12:50 October 1st:11:40-12:50: Dromoland castle(both days ) October 21st: Waterville 11:50-1:10pm November 11th: Tralee(barrow)10:30-11:30 Christmas scramble - December 9th: Ballyheigue castle Tee time to be arranged. New members welcome. Dates subject to change FITNESS FRIDAY Fitness classes every Friday night in St. Columbas Centre at 7;15p.m with Trevor Horan. All levels of fitness catered for. €6 per class or block 4 weeks is only €20 SCHOOL FOOTBALL Well done to Tralee CBS Senior Footballers who drew again with Colaiste Criost Ri after extra time in the Corn Ui Mhuiri semi final Replay in Ballyvourney this Saturday Feb 11th. Tralee CBS 2-11 Colaiste Chriost Ri 1-14 (AET). Round 3 to come! Crotta Hurler, Tomas O’Connor played at centre field for the The Green. Round 3 Tralee CBS v Colaiste Criost Ri in Ballyvourney Saturday Feb 18th @1pm DARTS The winners of the weekly doubles darts tournament in Parker's lounge bar on Sat 11th February were Tim O’Halloran and Eoin Lynch who defeated Paud Twomey and Michael O’Sullivan in the final. 14 dart players participated. The winners received a leg of Lamb each. The next darts doubles tournament takes place on Saturday night 18th February at 10.30p.m in Parker's Lounge Bar. CROTTA MEMBERSHIP AND REGISTRATION It’s that time of year again when the registration process needs to be completed and the membership fees fall due. The fee structure for 2017 is as below: Senior Player €50.00 | General Member €40.00 Juvenile (U18 01.01.2017) €30.00 | Family Plan €50.00 maximum O’Neills Crotta have been working with www.MyClubFinances.com to allow the payment of membership fees and the registration process to be completed online via or from the Club website www.crottagaa.club This feature will be launched in the coming weeks – more details to follow. The Club will also facilitate a Registration Evening to support registration and collection of membership payments for members that cannot avail of the online system – more details to follow. KERRY SENIOR HURLERS The Kerry senior hurlers got their Allianz Hurling League Division 1B campaign off on a winning note on Sunday, 12th February with a home victory over Laois, at a bitterly cold Austin Stack Park in front of 577 spectators at Austin Stack Park by 3-14 to 0-19. Laois lead by 13 points to 4 at the break. The Crotta Hurling was well represented on the Kerry team by Sean Weir, Shane Nolan 06 (5Fr) Jordan Conway and Tomas O’Connor.. The League continues with Round 2 against Limerick on Sunday week, 19th February at the Gaelic Grounds, 2.00p.m. Other league fixtures are: Sunday, 3rd March v Wexford (at Wexford Park, 2.00p.m.); Sunday, 12th March v Galway (at Austin Stack Park, 2.00p.m.) Sunday, 26th March v Offaly (at Austin Stack Park, 3.00p.m.)

RAMBLING HOUSE Listowel Rambling House will take place in the Seanchai Centre on Thursday, February 23, from 9.15pm. A great evening of traditional music, song, dance and storytelling is guaranteed and audience participation is welcome. Admission is free, tea and coffee served. TARBERT GAA GAA Lotto: There was no winner of last week’s lotto draw. The numbers drawn were 7, 17, 19, 23. Lucky Dip winners were Kevin O’Connell, Jenny Wu, Ella Langan, Ger Buckley. Next week’s draw takes place in the Swanky Bar with a jackpot of €1,200. Thanks to all those who continue to support the Lotto. Membership : Members are reminded that subscriptions are now due with players €50, students €50, Ordinary Members €50 and OAP’s €10. Membership dues can be given to Club Registrar Donnacha Enright or Joe Langan (Town). North Kerry League: Tarbert opened their defence of the North Kerry League with a three point win over St. Senan’s on a scoreline of 1-8 to 0-8. Played in Shannon Park, Tarbert led at half time by 13 to 0-5 thanks to a goal by Mark Buckley. With both defences on top and scores at a premium it was Tarbert who held on for deserving winners on an entertaining game of football. Tarbert travel to Ballybunion next Sunday to take on the home side Beale.

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BALLYBUNION BEALE GAA LOTTO The Community Centre / Beale GAA Lotto Sunday 12th February was held in "The Feale Bar ". The numbers drawn were 7, 21, 23, 25 and there was no winner of the €2,400 Jackpot. The Lucky Dip winners are:€40 – M Nagle Ballybunion, c/o Mikey Joes Bar €30 – Jack Hennessy, Lahesrough, c/o Post Office €20 – James Buckley, Annual Ticket, c/o Bunker Bar 5 Free Tickets – Jimmy Buckley, Annual Ticket, c/o Mikey Joes Bar Next week's draw will be held in “Courtney’s Bar” on Sunday 19thFebruary at 10pm and the Jackpot is €2,450. Ballybunion Community Centre & Beale GAA would like to take this opportunity to thank all our Lotto supporters BALLYBUNION COMMUNITY CENTRE A Community Employment position is available in Ballybunion. Applicants must be over 25 years of age, currently in receipt of a social welfare payment and have been unemployed for 12 months or more. Enquiries to Patsy on 068-27799 or saothairnanabhann@gmail.com WFM WORLD FEDERATION OF ELITE MARTIAL ARTS For the first time Team Ireland kickboxers are heading to WFM Dubai Open Kickboxing Championship on March 2th-4th. Mike O’Brien world president for WFM (world federation of elite martial arts) said this is history being made as it is the first time such an event will take place in Dubai. WFM is in over 120 countries at present and the aim is to help get kickboxing to the Olympics. There are fighters from over 40 different countries - from Ireland fighters from Derry - Carlow- Galway - Dublin and Kerry. Local fighters Naomi O’Brien (Listowel) - Pat Nolan (Listowel) - Patrick Kelleher (Ballybunion) all from Golden Gloves Listowel will proudly represent their club in Dubai. Members from the Olympic committee will be there to watch this event and all going well in Dubai the next step is Italy on July 1st-2nd for WFM World Championships where we are confident we will bring home world champions. There are events later in the year in USA and Middle East for amateur and professional fights. WFM has grown so big in just under 2 years with championships held in all continents in the world already. BALLYBUNION MEALS ON WHEELS Meals are delivered every Tues & Thu in the Ballybunion, Asdee and Ballydonoghue areas to anybody who wishes to avail of this service. All are more than welcome to do so by contacting Eileen on 086 2234965. The cost of meals delivered to your house is €6.00 BALLYBUNION PLAYGROUP Ballybunion Playgroup (babies & toddlers) meet every Weds in the Respond Centre Sandhill Road Ballybunion from 9.30 – 11.30. Cost is €3 per family and new members are always welcome. BALLYBUNION TAEKWON-DO Ballybunion Taekwon-do, classes for children, teens and adults, in Ballybunion Community Centre every Wednesday and Saturday. Excellent for fitness, confidence, self-defence and flexibility. First class is free. Contact Michael on 087 9245637. BALLYBUNION CCE All music & step dancing classes have now resumed. Music on Thurs & Fri evenings. Step Dancing Sat morning. Adult music classes in the guitar, Banjo & Mandolin Monday nights in the Railway Bar. MORNING MEETUP IN NAMIRS BALLYBUNION Every Tues & Thurs from 10am -1pm everyone welcome to Namirs for tea, coffee, scones and a chat. Informal gathering and a chance to meet up with people in the friendliest café in town! For enquiries contact 0863862111.

BALLYBUNION HEALTH & LEISURE CENTRE Ballybunion Health & Leisure Centre is open Mon – Fri from 8am – 10pm and at weekends from 10am – 8pm. There are numerous exercise & fitness classes including Aqua Aerobics, Aqua Biking and Spin. For a list of available exercise classes please contact reception on 06828111 or Facebook page Ballybunion Leisure Centre. ART & CRAFT CLASSES FOR CHILDREN Children's Fun Art Classes. Every Saturday, 11am - 1pm. Ages 4 years to 12 years. Every Sat 2-30pm - 4-30pm.Ages 4 years to 16 years. Children's Creative Birthday Parties also available. The Cottage Studio Gallery Opening Hours. Friday Saturday Sunday.2-30 to 5pm. All materials supplied. Contact: Marie 086 0664435. CRAZY GOLF & CHECKERS CAFE Crazy Golf & Checkers Café is now closed for the winter season but we are still taking bookings for children’s baking parties and Crazy Golf parties and groups/clubs/schools. Please contact Marie on 087 6415513 for further details. BALLYBUNION CCE Social Dancing by Margaret Rowan on Tuesday evenings 7.30pm – 9.30pm Waltzing, Jiving, 2 hand dances. Set Dancing by Timmy Woulfe, every Thursday night in Kilcooleys. All Enquiries to 087 9662902 IRISH MUSIC SESSIONS Irish Music Sessions take place in Ballybunion on Wednesday night in the Bunker Bar, Thursday night in the Exchange Bar, Friday night in the Railway Bar and Saturday night in Kilcoolys Bar. BALLYBUNION LIBRARY Ballybunion Library Opening Hours: Tues to Sat incl. 10am – 1.30pm and 2.30pm – 5.00pm. Membership now free to everybody. New books coming on stream all the time. Check out all the new free online services at www.kerrylibrary.ie Online catalogue & book renewals, National & International newspapers, E-books, Zino Magazines, Mango Languages, Universal Class Training & Encyclopedia Britannica online. All are welcome! Phone 068-27615 Email ballybunion@kerrylibrary.ie Phone: 068 27615. Email: ballybunion@kerrylibrary.ie. RYAN WARWICK ELITE SPORTS PERFORMANCE PHYSICAL TRAINING "This service is a sports performance service that focuses on the development of the physical components of an athlete. This service looks to build elite physical performance in the athlete to improve their overall sport performance." Phone number 0872468956 WEIGHT WATCHERS Ballybunion Health & Leisure Centre Every Thursday 10am to 11am - & - 6.30pm to 7.30pm. Call Sandra on 0876718377 or email sandramaher@leader.weightwatchers.i BALLYBUNION COMMUNITY CENTRE Currently taking bookings. Sports Hall: €25 per hour before 7pm, €30 per hour after 7pm & weekends. Upstairs Hall/Dance Studio: €20 per hour. Meeting Room: €10 per hour. Discount available for block booking & advance payment. Call 068-27799 / 089-4086723 / email: ballybcomcentre@gmail.com UNISLIM Tintean Theatre Ballybunion Wednesday 6.30pm – 7.30pm. Contact Anne Marie on 086 8619456 BALLYBUNION NOTES If you would like to include anything in The Ballybunion Notes please forward to email address below or just drop it into the Tourist Office - Ballybunion. Contact ballybuniontouristoffice@gmail.com

FREE IT CLASSES AVAILABLE For all those interested in free IT classes please contact Mary on 087 7826432 for further information.

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MARIAN HALL BLOTTO The Jackpot is now €5,500 and nobody got it right last Thursday night. The numbers drawn were 1, 5, 16, 25. Lucky Dips: €100: Trish, Sam & Millie, c/o Trish Sheehan. €50: Kathleen Whyte, Dooncaha, Tarbert. €20 each: Mary Healy, Ballylongford. Sarah Scanlon, c/o Geraldine, Holly's Gala. Deirdre Bowes-Roche, "Glinmore" Glin Road, Moyvane. Martina Kelly, Listowel. Liam, Siobhan, Fiona, Kevin, James & Michelle c/o Noreen Roche, Ahalahana, Moyvane. Free Tickets: Gerard Quinn, Kilmorna. Connie McAuliffe, Loughill. Helen O'Brien, Listowel. Jeremiah & Margo Hanlon, Ballyhahill. Jer & Tiney Dore, Moyvane. This week's draw will be held this Thursday night February 16 at Bingo in the Marian Hall and the Jackpot is €5,500. BADMINTON In the Division 5 Ladies League Moyvane defeated Causeway 3-1. Team: Marie Kennelly, Erin Stack, Aoife Bowler and Aoife Curtin. Division 3 Mixed League Moyvane defeated Kingdom 4-3. Team: Jamie Elliott, William Flaherty, Micheal Collins, John Mulvihill, Amanda Carmody, Carmel Hudson, Jeanelle Griffin and Francine Collins. The Kerry Grade D team won the Munsters in Limerick on Sunday last. Moyvane players on the team were Niamh Flaherty, James Flaherty, Saorcha Fitzgerald and Elaine Hudson. The Kerry Grade F team were runners-up. Moyvane players on the team were Jenelle Griffin, Francine Collins, Amanda Carmody, Carmel Hudson, Timmy Hanrahan, Jamie Elliot and manager William Flaherty. The Kerry Grade G team had no luck. Moyvane players on the team were Densie Collins and Liam O'Connor. MOYVANE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION AGM Will be held in The Marian Hall on Tuesday night February 21 starting at 9.00pm. All welcome.

ICA Don't forget Social Dancing Classes on Friday nights for the next 6 weeks in the Marian Hall from 7.30pm to 9.00pm. All welcome.

MOYVANE GAA LOTTO RESULTS: This week's lotto draw took place in Enright's Bar, Sunday February 12. Numbers drawn were: 7, 16, 18, 30. There was no winner this week. Lucky Dips: €40 each were Martin J Kennelly, Leitrim East, Elizabeth Moody, Woodgrove, Gerard Donegan, Kilbaha, Frank O'Mahoney, Listowel and Cliona Leane, Lyreacrompane. Next draw will take place in Mairead's Bar on Sunday, February 19 at 10.00pm. Jackpot: €3,600. Tickets available from all local business'.

RESULTS SNKL: Division 2, Round 2: Moyvane's second game of the year ended in victory with a great win over Ballyduff in Con Brosnan Park on Sunday last. Final score was 3-16 to 1-18. Timmy Noonan deserves a mention after scoring his first hat trick of the year, plenty more of those to follow we hope! Division 2, Round 3: Moyvane V Asdee. Venue: Asdee. Date: Sunday, Feb 19. Time: 1.30pm.

CONGRATULATIONS To Neilus O’Connor, Kilbaha, who has been appointed Vice Chairman of Kerry IFA. Neilus has been a very active member of the organisation for a long time and was instrumental, in association with Newtownsandes Co-0p, in making sure that the farmers of Moyvane did not want for cattle feed during the Fodder Crisis. The bad times should not be forgotten when the good times come around again.

COFFEE MORNING 'Buggies & Bubs’ coffee morning will take place in the Seanchaí Centre on Thursday, February 23 from 10.30am to 12.30pm. Come along and enjoy a coffee & treats while your children play in our secure play area. For more information call (068) 22212, email kerrywritersmuseum@gmail.com.

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LOTTO DRAW The results of the Ballyduff GAA Club Lotto Draw for Monday February 6th are as follows; The numbers drawn were 2, 3, 10 & 23. There was one winner of the €7,150 Jackpot and the Lucky winner was Brendan O'Keeffe, Ballyconry, Lisselton. Congratulations & well done Brendan. TV DRAW: Mike Hussey, Ardoughter, Ballyduff. Bridget Condon, Lr. Ardoughter, Ballyduff. Maurice Slattery, Clash, Causeway

The weekly Lotto reverted to a starting amount of €1,000 and the Draw takes place on each Monday night. There is €150 added when the Jackpot is not won. You may also play the weekly Lotto on line at www.ballyduffgaa.com

CLOTHES DRIVE Sliabh a’ Mhadra N.S. is having a Clothes Recycling Drive on this Thursday February 16th. Please donate all your old clothes, shoes, belts, handbags, Bed linen, towels and curtains. These bags of clothing can be placed in the school bicycle shelter on the evening of February 15th or from early morning to 10.00am on Thursday, February 16th. We would like to thank everyone who contributed to our last collection which was a great success. ENROLMENT All Parents whose children will be starting in Sliabh a’ Mhadra N.S. in September 2017 should contact the school office before February 17th on (066)7131742.

WELLBEING WORKSHOP 'Recipes for Happiness' on Sunday March 12th from 10.00am 1.00pm at Rahoonane Centre, Tralee. An uplifting wellbeing workshop for women with Joan Barrett (Parenting and Wellness Coach, Radio Kerry) and Susan Browne (Counsellor, EFT Trainer & Author) €30 or €27.50 online pre-booked. Call (086)3381850 for details. BALLYDUFF N.S. The school is celebrating fifty years this academic year and there will be a meeting in the school on Thursday February 9th at 8.00pm. to plan an event to mark the occasion. Enrolment of Junior Infants for September 2017 is currently taking place. Contact the school on 7131496

GOLF SOCIETY The annual Ramblers Golf Society Social will be held in Lowes Bar, Ballyduff on this Saturday night February 18th. Tickets can be booked from John Mike O'Connor 087-2203826 and are great value at €20. Music by the excellent N21 on the night. A night not to be missed by golfers and non golfers. Membership of €30 for the season ahead is now due and members are asked to try to have it paid before the first outing. Our first outing is on March 11th at Tralee Golf Club. New members are always welcome to join.

LIXNAW DRAMA St Michael's Drama Group Lixnaw, present the hilarious comedy The Maiden Aunt in An Ceolann Lixnaw on Thursday 16th, Friday 17th, Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th of February at 8.15pm each night. Tickets at the door.

COURSING CLUB Our Annual Field Development fundraising draw will take place on this Friday night February 17th at the White Sands Hotel Ballyheigue. This is the Coursing Club's only fundraiser for the year and all monies are reinvested into continually improving our facilities. Club tickets are available from all club members at a cost of €5.00 with a total prizefund of over €1,000. This is all a great social occasion to finish up the coursing season, all clubs members are asked to attend, with music and refreshments organised on the night by our main sponsor Jimmy Browne. Ballyduff Coursing Club wish to thank Jimmy and all our sponsors for their continued support. CARD RESULTS The results of the “41” Card Drive held at McHale's Stretford End Bar, Causeway on Monday February 5th are as follows; 1st , 2nd & 3rd Divided – Mike & Denise Harty Ann Walsh & Margaret Shanahan Eileen McCarthy & Babe Shanahan Seamus McEnery & Tim Hartnett

TABLE PRIZES: Owen & Mary Horgan. Donie Lynch & Pat McSweeney The “41” Card Drive continues on each Monday night commencing at 10.00pm sharp. Admission is €5 with prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizes along with two table prizes on games 14 & 15. All welcome

DOODLE 4 GOOGLE COMPETITION Sally O Mahony from Ardfert has been selected for the public voting stage of the 2017 Doodle 4 Google competition. Sally is a 5th year student at Mercy Mounthawk Secondary School, Tralee & is a student of Ann O Shea Daly. Her doodle can be viewed online on the google website from 7th - 21st February 2017, where an opportunity to vote for Sally will be available. This is a great opportunity for Sally & all help in promoting this voting process is greatly appreciated. See site: doodles.google.ie/d4g/ & vote for Sally online next week. CAUSEWAY CAMOGIE NEWS We would like to invite all girls from 5yrs to 11yrs to give Camogie a try for a few weeks. Starting on this Friday February 17th from 6.30pm to 7.30pm(& every Friday)in the Sports hall, Causeway. Cost €2. All you need is a helmet, we will provide the hurley (Helmets available if needed). Phone Gina on 087 1323496 with any queries. Fundraising Table Quiz & Medal Presentation in Harty's Bar Causeway on Thursday February 23rd at 7.30pm.Special guests on night. Your support would be very much appreciated.

RAMBLING HOUSE Listowel Rambling House will take place in the Seanchai Centre on Thursday, February 23 from 9.15 pm. A great evening of traditional music, song, dance & storytelling is guaranteed and audience participation is welcome. Admission is free, tea/coffee served.

NEW TOASTMASTER CLUB IN LISTOWEL If you would like to gain self confidence, self esteem and improve your ability to speak in public then you should check out the newest public speaking club in North Kerry. The next meeting will be held in the Listowel Arms Hotel on Thursday, February 16 from 8.00 10.00pm. Admission €5 which covers cost of refreshments and rent of the room. Further information from Gerard Mannix on 087 2193670. WEST LIMERICK 102FM West Limerick 102fm are holding a Dance Night in the Rathkeale House Hotel On Wednesday, February 22 at 9.00pm till late. Music by PJ Murrihy. Adm €10 at the Door.

MASSES FOR THE WEEK CHURCH OF THE ASSUMPTION, MOYVANE: Wednesday, February 15 Mass at 7.30pm for Michael Mooney, Clounmacon who died recently. Friday, February 17 Month's Mind Mass at 7.30pm for Noreen O'Connor, Kilbaha. Saturday, February 18 Anniversary Mass at 7.30pm for James Fitzmaurice, Leitrim Middle. Sunday, February 19 Anniversary Mass at 11.00am for Tom O'Connor, Glin Road. CHURCH OF CORPUS CHRISTI, KNOCKANURE: Sunday,February 19 Month's Mind Mass at 10.00am for Kathleen O'Connor, The Hill, Knockanure.

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BALLYLONGFORD DEFIBRILLATOR TRAINING A meeting to discuss defibrillator training will take place in Ballylongford Parish Hall next Monday, Feb 21st at 8pm. BALLYLONGFORD G.A.A. GAA Weekly Lotto Draw Friday 10th Feb. at Kennelly's Bar. Jackpot €1750. Numbers Drawn 11, 12, 17, 22. No Winner. Lucky Dips €20 Michael Cox Ballyline Ballylongford, €20 Breda Enright Ahanagran, Ballylongford, €20 Joan M Breen Asdee, 3 Free Tickets Kay O'Neill Rusheen. Bar Prize Christy Costello Clounmacon. Thank You for Your Support.

DUAGH DUAGH GAA LOTTO RESULTS No winner of the jackpot of €12,700 Numbers drawn 9, 11, 22, 24 €20 to

5 x 5 frees:

Dylan Breen Duagh Anthony McMahon Ballybunion Jennifer Daughton Duagh Gabrielle O Brien Duagh John Twomey Kilmorna Maureen Fox c/o JOB Tom Scanlon Duagh Peg Walsh Knocknacrohy Jack Maher Australia Patricia Ahern Castleisland

Sellers prize Tom Enright Next weeks jackpot €12,800 Draw at Elm Bar next Monday night at 9.30pm LYREACROMPANE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WEEKLY LOTTO RESULTS 12/02/17 - No winner of the Jackpot € 20,800 Numbers Drawn 3, 14, 22, 23 €35 Helen Enright €20 Jennifer O Connor Free Ticket Winners Odhran Lyons, Mike Mcauliffe Anne Coffey, Cathriona Kennedy Next week's Jackpot €20.950 Lyreacrompane Community Dvelopment thank you for your continued support SCHOOL ENROLMENT Enrolments are now being taken in Duagh N.S. for the new school year 2017 / 2018.If you wish to enrol your child for the new school year, 2017 / 2018, please contact Catriona in the school office on 068-45366 or call in to the school HELLO BRAIN "SAY HELLO TO BRAIN HEALTH" Learn how simple lifestyle changes can boost your brain health and reduce your risk of developing dementia Prof Sabina Brennan, Trinity College Dublin, will explain how scientific research is showing that modifiable factors can promote brain health and protect against dementia. So come to Lyreacrompane Resource Centre on 21st February to learn more about healthy brain “must be in your seat by 7.15pm limited seats” DUAGH/LYRE COMMUNITY GAMES This weekend saw individual participants show their talents on the stage in recitation, music and singing. Duagh/Lyre had four participants over the course of the weekend where they got to perform their pieces, it is no easy thing to go up on stage in front of a crowd and all our participants were really comfortable in themselves to do this. First up on Friday evening was Hayley McElligott in the U12 recitation in Abbeydorney. Hayley performed her piece "The joys of motoring", a born natural to the stage Hayley told her tale with great skill and deservedly won silver. This was a first for Hayley in a solo event in Community games and we are sure it is the first of many, where she is naturally at home story telling. Hayley brought home the first County silver to Duagh/Lyre. Congrats Hayley who was out of age and 'Im sure we can see you participating again next year. On Saturday saw a change of scene moving over to Keel for the

COFFEE MORNING A ‘Buggies & Bubs’ coffee morning will take place in the Seanchaí Centre on Thursday February 23rd from 10.30 am to 12.30 pm. Come along and enjoy a coffee & treats while your children play in our secure play area. For more information tel. (068) 22212, email kerrywritersmuseum@gmail.com. RAMBLING HOUSE Listowel Rambling House will take place in the SeanchaíiCentre on Thursday February 23rd from 9.15 pm. A great evening of traditional music, song, dance & storytelling is guaranteed and audience participation is welcome. Admission is free, tea/coffee served.

Music events. Our participant in the U12 solo music was Olivia Dillon playing a classical piece on her key board. For Olivia this was a first for her of many in Community Games. Well done Olivia. Moving to Abbeydorney on Sunday for solo and group singing here the talent and entertainment factor was out of this world and the standard was very high. Up first for Duagh/Lyre was Niamh Buckley in the U12 solo music singing Lost Boy, there were ten competitors in this group and Niamh sang brilliantly. However outside the prizes this experience will stand to Niamh in future years where we are sure she will be competing again. Well done Niamh. Next up was the U16 solo singing and representing us was Caoimhe Harte who was competing a number of years out of age. Caoimhe sang Lost Boy accompanied with her guitar sang beautifully and we are sure she will return again to participate. A great experience for Caoimhe her fist time singing in Community Games with sixteen other competitors. Well done Caoimhe. U15 Futsal: On Sunday in Milltown the County competition in Futsal was taking place. Duagh/Lyre played Ballyheigue in 1st game and went ahead with a headed goal by Robbie Rothery from a lifted ball into area by Oisin Moloney. Shane Flynn in goals was soundness personified, with Seanán Ó Caoimh and Eoghan Shanahan playing excellent in defence and the attacking threat by Dylan Breen it looked like we would see the game through but with 2 mins left a brilliant passing move sent their forward through to score. The second game was up against a very strong Miltown/Listry who went on to the final and here the boys were a bit unlucky going down 3-0. The score didn’t reflect the intensity and the chances that Duagh/Lyre had. The third game against Blennerville/Ballyard was a must win match and were unlucky to be 1-0 down at half time. In the second half Duagh/Lyre totally dominated, they did everything but score hitting the post and the crossbar. Though a bit disappointed in going out, they gave everything for the cause and defiantly can hold their heads high. Well done boys. Team: Oisín Moloney, Eoghan Shanahan, Robbie Rothery, Shane Flynn, Dylan Breen and Seanán Ó Caoimh. Coach: Phil Bates.

ATHEA

Thank you for your continued support which is vital to the Community Council work in the parish.

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ATHEA GAA CARDS The gaa card game continues at Brown Joes on Monday night the 20 at 9 pm.

COMMUNITY COUNCIL DRAW RESULTS FOR 11TH FEB No's Drawn: 8, 15, 25, 31. There was no winner. €20 each: S. O'Callaghan, Pallas Foods Angela McEnery, Hillside Drive Noreen Barry, Cratloe Mary B. Mullane, Knocknagorna Sellers; Breda Sweeney & Brouder's Shop Entrants to Monthly Draw: R & M Horgan,5 Hillside Drive Mark Ahern, Parkanna Next Draw on Tuesday, Feb. 21st at Batt's Bar. Jackpot €14,900

ATHEA UTD Lotto Jackpot Won Athea Utd lottery results for Monday, February 6 The results of our weekly lottery draw for Monday, February 13th are as follows Jackpot was €6600. Numbers drawn 5, 11, 17, and 21. We had one person matching the four numbers drawn and congratulations to John O’Sullivan, Ardagh who wins our lotto jackpot tonight. Seller Doreen Cahill. New jackpot will start off at €5000 at JP’s on Monday, February 20th

There is going to be a change in the way we conduct the Lucky Numbers draw from next week on. We will be in White’s this Saturday night but after that the draw will take place on Tuesday nights at 7pm instead. This change is due to the changing times and the lack of personnel available at weekends. For 22 years we have worked on Saturday nights and in the beginning we had plenty of members available to do the work. As time went on the numbers got fewer and fewer until, for the past few years, there were only three people carrying the workload. If one person was sick or otherwise engaged it created great difficulty for the two left. Tickets will be available from the usual sellers and we hope our regular buyers on Saturday nights will get them from behind the bar. There may be a seller calling to the bars but not every week. We would ask our regular sellers to have their tickets at Brouder’s Shop or their usual drop before 6pm on Tuesday evenings.

Fixtures: Saturday, February 18th U10s home to Pallaskenry at 11.30am U14s away to Ferry Rangers 1.15pm FLEADH BY THE FEALE Taking place this year from April 27 – May 1, the committee have just announced that the lead act will be the world renowned fiddler Frankie Gavin and De Danann. AFTERNOON TEA DANCE Apologies for getting the name wrong last weekit’s the ever popular Noel Cronin who will provide the music at the first afternoon tea dance in Fr. Casey’s Clubhouse for 2017 which takes place on Sunday, March 12. BINGO AT MOUNTCOLLINS COMMUNITY CTR A fundraising Monster Bingo will take place on Sunday, February 19 at 3pm sharp. There will be a huge raffle and a prize fund of €2,000.

Art & Handwriting: Art and handwriting took place in both Duagh and Lyre NS last week, results will be made known shortly and winners notified. Swimming: County Community games swimming takes place on Sunday 5th March U8-U16 boys and girls. If you are interested in taking part, let us know your preferred stroke. Contact Liz 086 3466043. Next weekend sees U13 futsal and further details to follow next week. Sympathy: Condolences to committee member Geraldine McNamara on the death of her sister in law Joanne McNamara. May she rest in peace. PARISH NOTES Duagh Presbytery/Office, Phone 068 45102 Office hours: Mon-Thurs 10.00am—1.00pm For information on the priest on duty on Sunday, please contact Listowel Presbytery 068-21188 and a recorded message will let you know. All requests for Weddings & Baptisms should also be made through the parish office. VISITATION OF THE SICK & HOUSEBOUND: Should anybody who is housebound or elderly like a visit from a priest at their home as we journey towards Christmas please phone the Parish Office during Office hours 068-45102 or contact Fr. Kevin directly at 089-4044816. He will be only too delighted to call to you.

Maria Dillon from Duagh who graduated recently from the University of Limerick with a Masters of Arts in Psychology with Honours

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Lixnaw Community Games u8, u10, u12 creative writing and art medalists held in the Coelann recently

Hayley McElligott silver medal winner representing Duagh/ Lyre Community Games in Co. finals in Abbeydorney last Fri with her piece "The joys of motoring

Picture from the Operation Transformation 10@10 on Friday Feb 10th at St. Oliver's N.S. Ballylongford

Lios Tuathail AC U12 boys who participated in the Munster Indoors 60m and Long Jump last Saturday week in Nenagh Jack and Anna Breen with their grandparents Marie Corridan and Eddie & Jean Breen at Dromclough NS Grandparents’ Day

At Christmas, the girls of Presentation Listowel held a carol service in aid of Writers Grove. Money raised was donated to the charity last week in the hope of helping local charities.

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Sarah Neville Ballylongford at the recent Lixnaws Comhaltas Feile Feabhra competitions

Grandparents Day in St. Oliver's NS Ballylongford last week

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BOOK OF THE WEEK in association with

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THE HEART’S INVISIBLE FURIES

By John Boyne

Cyril Avery is not a real Avery or at least that’s what his adoptive parents tell him. And he never will be. But if he isn’t a real Avery, then who is he?

FARMERS ARE YOU ACTIVATING YOUR ENTITLEMENTS?

Born out of wedlock to a teenage girl cast out from her rural Irish community and adopted by a well-to-do if eccentric Dublin couple via the intervention of a hunchbacked Redemptorist nun, Cyril is adrift in the world, anchored only tenuously by his heartfelt friendship with the infinitely more glamourous and dangerous Julian Woodbead. At the mercy of fortune and coincidence, he will spend a lifetime coming to know himself and where he came from – and over his three score years and ten, will struggle to discover an identity, a home, a country and much more. In this, Boyne's most transcendent work to date, we are shown the story of Ireland from the 1940s to today through the eyes of one ordinary man. The Heart's Invisible Furies is a novel to make you laugh and cry while reminding us all of the redemptive power of the human spirit.

As we know the old single farm payment is now divided into two separate components a) the basic payment and b) the greening payment. The basic payment makes up approximately 70% of the single farm payment with the remaining 30% attributable to greening. The purpose of the greening payment is to encourage crop diversification mainly among tillage farmers. Farmers with 75% and over of their farm under grass will automatically qualify for the greening payment and so achieve the equivalent payment as they would have achieved under the Single Farm Payment. Importantly, while the basic payment component is fully owned by the farmer, the greening payment is subject to the farmer fulfilling the conditions of payment on an annual basis e.g. implementation of crop diversification or the adoption of ecological focus areas. To retain maximum entitlement value, farmers, especially tillage farmers, need to adopt a compliant approach to greening. ENTITLEMENT VALUE The national average entitlement value in 2016 was €184 per hectare. The implementation of convergence in the basic payment scheme is aimed at reducing high value entitlements e.g. by 2019 no farmer will receive an entitlement value, to include basic payment and greening, in excess of €700 per ha. Additionally, those farmers on lower value entitlements will see an increase in value of their entitlements as by 2019 all entitlements will have a minimum value of 60% of the national average entitlement value. In effect there will be a recalibration of existing entitlement value with those on lower payments to benefit and those on higher payments to lose out.

SALE AND LEASING OF ENTITLEMENTS With entitlements the principle of ‘use it or lose’ it applies. If entitlements are not used for two consecutive years those entitlements are lost into the national reserve. It is essential therefore that farmers who are no longer actively farming and who own entitlements must activate their entitlements either by leasing the entitlements with the lands or separately to a third party who will activate the entitlements. Farmers will now know that entitlements can be leased separate to lands and that entitlements can be transferred nationally. There is strong demand for leased entitlements with between 60-80% of the entitlement value being achieved dependent on the lease duration. Farmers wishing to lease entitlements must achieve best prices for the asset and must ensure the entitlement is correctly transferred, managed and drawn, that at the end of the lease the entitlement reverts to the lessor. Prior to leasing entitlements with or without lands farmers are strongly advised to consult with their agricultural or Teagasc advisor and their solicitor to ensure that a suitable advice is received. Some of the contestants at the recently highly successful Lip Sync Battle in Aid of Athea GAA

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Corridan & Associates sell and let agricultural lands and entitlements. Call John on 068 57463 or 086 8145184. The above article is the first of a six part series on property related matters. Next weeks article will continue the focus on agriculture.

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Stephanie Sayers from Duagh, Jacinta Mulvihill from Listowel and Dean Broderick from Listowel taking part in the Half-Way Hunt with The Kerry Hunt Club on Sunday. Photos by Jer Foley

Keeping an eye on proceedings at the Kerry v Laois hurling game at Tralee on Sunday were Oliver Quilter, Lixnaw and Tom Cronin, Kilflynn. Photo Moss Joe Browne

Duagh/Lyre participant Caoimhe Harte who represented her area in U16 solo singing last Saturday in Keel

Daniel Kirwan, Dromclough NS, with his grandparents Maurice and Pauline Fitzmaurice at Grandparents’ Day last week

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St. Joseph's U12 team who had a great victory over Killorglin last week in Duagh Sports Complex, pictured with coach Ann Scanlon

Gabriel Falvey Ballydonoghue at the recent Lixnaw Comhaltas Feile Feabhra competitons

St Oliver's NS celebrated St. Valentine's Day with a red themed walk to school

Ava Joyce, Maeve Ryan, Sadie Ryan and Katie Joyce Ballybunion at the recent Lixnaw Comhaltas Feile Feabhra competitions

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Colaiste na Riochta's Parent's Council organised a Quiz Night last Friday evening in Brosnan's Bar in Listowel. Pictured here is Stephen Goulding (Principal) and Marilyn Barrett (Parent's Council) along with the winning quiz team, also Daniel Aherne (Student) with the top raffle prize of a signed Kerry Jersey. It was a very successful night, thank you to all in the community who supported the event.

Maria O'Keeffe (centre winner of a â‚Ź50 voucher to be spent in Listowel courtesy of Listowel Family Olivia Dillon who represented Duagh/Lyre Resource Centre. Maria was chosen at random from those who completed a survey on the centre face- Community Games last Saturday in Keel in U12 book page. She is pictured with Seamus Kneafsey & Jackie Landers (manager) accepting her prize solo music

Listowel Celtic B Team who beat Inter Kenmare 3-0 in Kenmare last Sunday in Division 1B of The Kerry District League

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Well done to U12 Duagh/Lyre participant Niamh Buckley in U12 solo singing last Saturday in Keel

Emma and Grace Heffernan, Ballydonoghue at the recent Lixnaw Comhaltas Feile Feabhra competitions

Grandparents Day in St. Oliver's NS Ballylongford last week

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Congratulations to the girls and boys of Killocrim N.S. on the official launch of the Health Promoting School Initiative in their school. A big thank you to Sid Sheehan, from Nourish by Nature, who ran some practical workshops promoting Healthy Eating

Steve Reidy from Lixnaw, who won Silver recently in Nenagh at the Munster Athletics, for U.9 60 meters

LB Rovers U11's (Royal Blue / Yellow) who played Park FC in the Development League at Scoil Iosagain on Saturday last

Duagh/Lyre U15 Futsal team who participated in the Community Games County competition last Sunday in Milltown

Listowel Celtic U10s who played Killarney Celtic in Killarney recently

Huge congratulations to Clodagh Murphy who won first place representing Listowel in the Kerry Community Games u16 solo music competition, Clodagh now goes on to compete in the National competition in Dublin this August. Eamon and Siobhan Walsh from Ballylongford at Murryfield Stadium, Edinburgh for the recent Ireland v Scotland Six Nations Match

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Couisns Ava Foley and Trina B Kennedy Listowel at the recent Lixnaw Comhaltas Feile Feabhra competitions

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LISTOWEL EMMETS

Our 41 Card Drive takes place every Wednesday night at 9pm in the Clubhouse. New players are always welcome so please come along and bring a friend.

North Kerry League - Div 1B Emmets V Castleisland Desmonds Sunday, February 19th in Frank Sheehy Park at 1.30pm Our Seniors will open their North Kerry League campaign at home to Desmonds on Sunday week. This is the first competitive game of the year for the lads and we wish them all the best for 2017.

Minor County League - Div 2 Kilgarvan/Tousist/Templenoe V Emmets Saturday, February 18th - Venue: TBC - Time: 4pm Our minors are on the road for their first County League game of the season in what seems to be a tough looking division. Best wishes to Sean and his team for the coming year. Saturday Morning Club - Our Saturday morning club will begin in the next few weeks and we welcome all kids who would like to take part in learning the basic skills of Gaelic games and more importantly there'll be lots of fun involved too! Further details will be published soon.

LISTOWEL EMMETS LADIES

Emmets Ladies Awards & Registration night will take place in the Clubhouse Sunday 19th February at 6pm. All players from U8 to U14 will received medals with special guest appearances. Registration will follow from 7pm to 7.30 pm approximately - All new players welcome from U8 to Seniors!!

Training for Listowel Emmets girls U12 will continue every Wednesday from 5pm to 6pm in St. Senans GAA Grounds . All new players welcome. Any enquires contact team manager Billy Mc Elligott 086 8747275 & Graham Shine

LISTOWEL CELTIC

Draw 13/02/17 - Numbers Drawn 1-12-21-30 Jackpot €1,600 not won - Lucky Dip Winners €40-Jimmy Gleeson, New York €40-Kieran Dunlea c/o Duffer €20-Morice & Miriam Hannon c/o Joes €20-Brian Leahy, Ballygologue Park €20-Tom O'Sullivan, Knockane €20-Miriam & April Hannon €20-Linda, Nadine, Darragh & Hayden c/o Robert Fitzpatrick €20-John Hickey, Ballygologue Park Match 3 Alan Gleeson, Ballygologue Park Eddie Canty, Ballygologue Park Nora Mary Wrynn, Church Street Katie Murphy, Cahirciveen Sean Gleeson, Ballygologue Park Next Draw 20/02/17 at Tankers - Jackpot=€1,800

QUIZ NIGHT The Club are holding a quiz night tonight ( Friday 17th ) in Mike The Pie's starting at 8pm. Only €20 per table of 4. Lots of prizes to be won. All Welcome! Results U13 Premier: Listowel Celtic A 9 - Killarney Athletic A 2 Scorers: Aoife Horgan (2) , Robert Stack (2) , Tony Boland, Adam Segal, 2 (OG), Aiden Swan Players of the match : Aiden Swan and Aoife Horgan U15 Cup: Listowel Celtic 3 - Dingle Bay Rovers 0 Scorers: Darragh Lynch, Justin Cotter, Finley O'Brien

U17: Killorglin FC 1 - Listowel Celtic A 4 Scorers: Jack Sheahan, David Lynch, Darragh O'Donoghue (2) Listowel Celtic B 3 - Castleisland 6 Scorers: Jacub Lucey (2) , Daniel Dominguez

Denny Division 1B: Inter Kenmare 0 - Listowel Celtic B 3 Scorers: Liam O'Connor, Jo Jo Grimes (2)

Fixtures: Saturday 18th January U12 Cup: 10.30 LB Rovers V Listowel Celtic A U14 Cup: 12.30 Listowel Celtic A V Dingle Bay Rovers U16 Cup: 11.30 Asdee V Listowel Celtic B 11.00 Listowel Celtic A V Killorglin Afc

U12 Premier (Girls): 2.00 Killarney Celtic V Listowel Celtic U14 Premier (Girls): Listowel Celtic V Killorglin Afc TBC U16 Premier (Girls): 2.00 Listowel Celtic V Killarney Celtic TBC

Sunday 19th February Denny Division 1B: 11.30 Listowel Celtic B V Ballymac Celtic The Draw for Senior Cup competition's was made last Monday night in Mounthawk Park. Dominos Pizza Reserve Cup: Listowel Celtic B V CS Clochainn Breannainn Greyhound Bar Cup 3rd Rd: Listowel Celtic V Windmill United or Ballyheigue Dates of games to be confirmed

LISTOWEL ATHLETIC CLUB

These coming weeks sees Lios Tuathail AC athletes in big races as the season gets into full swing in both cross country and indoor competitions. All Ireland B Cross Country: Firstly, well done to Emily Pierce who completed well in the All Ireland B Cross Country in Waterford last Sunday finishing in the top fifteen. Emily's season so far was disrupted through injury and illness. Emily was running well working through the field until she lost her spike half way through the course. This certainly cost Emily a few places to finish outside the medals. Never the less this will stand to Emily as the experience gained running at national level will stand to her for the summer season ahead. University Indoor Games: Well done to Darragh Browne who ran with the University of Limerick in the IUAA Indoor Games in Athlone last week running strong in the 3K bringing home the college to second in the overall result. Munster Cross Country: Best of luck to Club athletes Sasha Brent and Ann Marie Pierce who take part in the Munster Schools Cross Country on Thursday 16th Feb in Tramore Valley Park in Cork. National Indoors : Best of luck to athletes Aoife Mahony and Kevin Lynch who travel to Dublin to take on the best in Ireland in the National Indoor Seniors in Abbotstown, Dublin this weekend.

Upcoming Fixtures: Thurs 16th: Munster Schools Cross Country in Cork Sat/Sun 18th / 19th: AAI Senior in National Indoor Arena, Abbotstown Sat/Sun 25th/26th: U13/U19 Munster Indoor Juvenile Championships in Nenagh.

Training: Little Athletics continues on Saturday mornings at Listowel Community Centre 10-11am. Outdoor training continues on Saturday 1011.30am including field event training. Training Tue and Thur as normal. First Aid: Trainers recently received training from the Irish Red Cross.

BEALE GAA

Beale Seniors came away with the points in round 2 of North Kerry League, Division 1A, on Sunday against Ballylongford. In a rather low key game we went into the interval with a one-point cushion and a few well taken goals in a free-ridden second half ended the game on 3-9 to 0-13. On Sunday we host Tarbert in Páirc de Staic. Throw in @ 1.30 and our last round game will be on March 5th when we travel to Brosna for an early throw in at 12 noon. Our County League, Division 4, campaign begins on March 19th when we travel to Keel. The following weekend we play host to Tarbert in Páirc de Staic, Ballybunion, and then we travel to Lispole on April 9th for the third round game. The other teams in this division are Dr Crokes, Renard, Duagh, Castlegregory, Scartaglin, Skelligs Rangers, Firies and Sneem/Derrynane.

We have been drawn against Cordal in the County Junior Championship. Other teams include Listry, Tarbert, Lispole, Scartaglin, Valentia, Moyvane, Castlegregory, Duagh, Sneem/Derrynane, Tuosist, Asdee, Cromane, Ballylongford, Knocknagoshel, Ballyduff and Kilgarvan.

BALLYBUNION GOLF CLUB

Monday 6th – Sunday 12th February 2017 Men’s Greensome Strokeplay Competition Sunday 12th Feb – Cashen Course 1st Aidan Daly (6) & Brendan Daly (8) 66.2pts 2nd Pat O Sullivan (11) & Vincent Moloney (13) 67.2pts 3rd Donal Liston (8) & Maurice O Connell (15) 70.2pt Fixtures: Sunday 19th February 2017 Men’s Spring League Competition Sponsored by Atlantic Golf Construction – Cashen Course

Fixtures: Saturday 18th Feb Ladies Spring League Competition Sponsored by Gerry & Margaret Behan Horseshoe Bar & Restaurant Listowel – Cashen Course Tuesday 21st February Ladies Tuesday Voucher Competition - Cashen Course

Senior Men’s Competition Thursday 9th February 2017 1st Michael O’Callaghan (19) 32pts. 2nd Michael O’Connor (28) 30pts. 3rd Denis Cronin (20) 28pts.

4rd Vincent O’Kelly (15) 28pts. 5th Tom Scanlon (19) 27pts. 6th Michael Barry (15) 27pts. 7th Eddie Moylan (15) 26pts. 8th Paudie Kindlen (23) 26pts. Best Gross John Quirke 18pts. Vintage: Frank Whelan (20) 25pts. S.Vintage: Oliver Kearns (19) 23pts. Fixtures: Thursday 16th February 2017 Senior Men’s Competition – Cashen Course

Senior Ladies 9 Hole Competition Friday 10th February 2017 – Cashen Course 1st Eileen Kearns (27) 17pts 2nd June Hayes (34) 17pts 3rd Aideen O’Leary (36) 16pts

Fixtures: Friday 17th February 2017 Senior Ladies 9 Hole Competition – Cashen Course

KILLEANEY LOTTO RESULTS

Results of the Killeaney Lotto - No winner Numbers were 2, 5 , 11, 29, House draw Betty Cotter €80 Eileen O'Shaughnessy Ardagh, €30 Magaret and Pat O Connor. €20 each to Maura White Knockdown. Kyle Curran Listowel, David Fennel Tarbert, 5 free Patrick Langan Athea. 5 free Ita Stack Mohernagh Promoters Top of the Town Athea. New Jackpot of €5000 on at Dunnes Bar Glin on February 19th

KNOCKANURE GAA

Knockanure GAA Football Lotto Results There was no winner of the €17,200 on Friday 10th February. The numbers drawn were 1, 11, 15, 32. The lucky dip winners of €25 each were: 1. Michelle Crowley, c/o Mike Lynch Taxi 2. Amelia Kavanagh, c/o Tricia - The Ploughman 3. Timmy Leahy, c/o The Meadowlands Hotel 4. Patsy Meehan, Kilmorna 5. Donie Fitzgerald, Duagh Village Next weeks draw to be held on Friday 17th February with the jackpot at €17,300.

ST. SENANS GAA

Lotto Result 12th February 2017 for a jackpot of €6,200 Number drawn 2, 11, 16,18. No jackpot winner - Lucky dip winners €30 Yvonne O Mahony €30 Ann Canty €20 Joan Herbert €20 Ger Barry Bottle of Whiskey Noel Somers. Next week jackpot €6,300 Thank you for your support

Fixture: Minor League Saturday 18th February St Senans at home to Ballyduff / Duagh at 4pm. Senior North Kerry League Sunday 19th February St Senans V Brosna at 1.30pm in Mountcoal. Result: North Kerry League St Senans 0-08 Tarbert 1-08

St Senans GAA will hold a social in the Rose Hotel on Friday March 3rd music by Martin Behan, Junior, U21and minor medals will be presented on the night tickets €20 available from club officers.

Coiste Na nOg Medal presentation The juveniles will be presented with their medals on Saturday February 18th in the clubhouse Mountcoal. Everybody welcome. Registration can be paid on the night from 6.30pm First child €20, two or more children €30, Family €50. Membership is now due and can be paid to a club officers or Robert Barry. Membership €20, family €50. All players and club officers must be members. Membership can be paid in the clubhouse on Friday 17th to Robert Barry from 7.45 to 8.30. Card game continues every Monday night @ 9pm in the clubhouse Mountcoal.

ASDEE ROVERS

Lotto Results for Wednesday 8th February No Jackpot Winner numbers drawn are 2, 6, 22, 24, The three lucky dip winners each receiving €25 are Helen O'Sullivan jack j's, Michael Holly Ahanagran and Gavin Mc Cullagh jack j's. Next draw is on Wednesday 22nd February at Jack J's Bar Asdee with a jackpot standing at €1300 tickets are on sale from your local agent at €2 each or three for €5. Can't win if your not in.

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BALLYLONGFORD GAA

Ballylongford Gaa Weekly Lotto Draw - Friday 10th Feb.at Kennelly's Bar Jackpot €1750 - Numbers Drawn 11. 12. 17. 22. No Winner - Lucky Dips: €20 Michael Cox Ballyline Ballylongford €20 Breda Enright Ahanagran Ballylongford €20 Joan M Breen Asdee 3 Free Tickets Kay O'Neill Rusheen Bar Prize Christy Costello Clounmacon. Thank You For Your Support

North Kerry Senior League Division 1A Ballylongford 0-13 Beale 3-11 Ballylongford were away to Beale in Round 2 of the North Kerry League and both sides served up a lively game of football in cold but dry conditions. The sides were level at the end of the first quarter and there was just the minimum between them at half time although Ballylongford should at least have hit the net on one occasion after creating three good chances. Half Time Score: Ballylongford 0-6 Beale 0-7.

The second half continued in a similar fashion to the first with both sides exchanging points and with ten minutes remaining they were still level at 10 points apiece. Beale took a firm grip on the game at this stage and three goals in quick succession finished the game as a contest. Kenneth Foley palmed over with the net at his mercy in the closing stages for Ballylongford. Ballylongford have a bye next weekend. Referee John Ross Fixtures: Minor County League Div.6 A Round 1 Saturday 18th Feb 4pm venue Ballybunion: Ballylongford/Asdee vs Beale

MOYVANE GAA

LOTTO RESULTS: This weeks lotto draw took place in Enrights Bar, Sunday 12th of Feb. Numbers drawn were: 7,16,18&30 There was no lucky winner this week! Lucky dip winners of E40 each were Martin J Kennelly, Leitrim East, Elizabeth Moody, 23 Woodgrove, Gerard Donegan, Kilbaha, Frank O Mahoney, Listowel and Cliona Leane, Lyreacrompane. Next draw will take place in Maireads Bar on Sunday 19th of February at 10pm. Jackpot €3,600. Tickets available from all local business'.

SPECIAL OFFER FOR €100: This offer includes entry to the weekly club lotto draw for one year (2weeks free). A draw will also take place every 3 months for a chance to win club and county merchandise, match tickets and cash prizes. To avail of this offer please private message the Moyvane GAA facebook page or contact any club member. Parishioners living abroad can also set up a direct debit by sending your details to maighmheainclg@outlook.com Remember, if your not in, you can't win!!!

Deadline for online input of Club Draw tickets and delivery of stubs to the county board was last Monday, Feb 13th. All tickets (sold and unsold) must be returned to the county board. Can anyone who hasn't returned the tickets to club committee members, do so ASAP. Cheers!

RESULTS SNKL Div 2, Round 2: Moyvane's second game of the year ended in victory with a great win over Ballyduff in Con Brosnan park on Sunday last. Final score was 3-16 to 1-18. Timmy Noonan deserves a mention after scoring his first hat trick of the year, plenty more of those to follow we hope! FIXTURES SNKL Div 2, Round 3: Moyvane V Asdee Venue: Asdee - Date: Sunday 19th February - Time: 1.30pm FIXTURES MCL: Moyvane/Tarbert v Ballydonoghue Venue: Tarbert - Date: Sat 14th Feb - Time: 4pm

SCOR NA BPAISTI: Children from Murhur National School are currently in rehearsals for the North Kerry Scor na bPaisti finals which will be held in the Marian Hall Moyvane on Sunday the 26th of February. Best of luck to all involved.

WEBSITE: Moyvane GAA are hoping to launch their very own website in the coming months. Anyone who would like to get involved or have any suggestions regarding the content, please email club PRO on maighmheainclg@outlook.com.

Next week’s draw, for a jackpot of €1,600 will take place in Cantillon’s on Friday night. FIXTURES: NKSF League Div1B Rd1: Ballydonoghue away to Finuge Sunday 19th Feb at 1:30pm. We kick off our 2017 season against Finuge.

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NORTH KERRY LEAGUE: Asdee 1-08 Knocknagoshel 1-09. Played at Walsh Park, Knocknagoshel on Sunday last. Knocknagoshel went into an early lead with 3 points, Asdee drew level after 15 minutes, Knocknagoshel went on to score more 4 points before half-time. Half-time score Asdee 0-03 Knocknagoshel 0-07. In the second both teams exchange good passage of play but at the final whistle the home side held on to win by a point. Team James Kelly, Con Camordy, Eoin O Carroll, Denny Dalton, Conor Keane, Sean Keane, Brian Coughlan, Darragh Keane(0-03), Jack Keane, Mike Breen (0-03), Eoin Kennedy (0-01), Keith McNarnma, Paul O Carroll, Owen Tyding (1-01), Conor Coughlan GOLDEN GOAL. Our very popular Club Fundraiser “The Golden Goal” got underway on Sunday February 5th with a deferred showing of the Donegal v Kerry National Football League Division 1. Week 1 winner of the Golden Goal was Nuala Quinn, Asdee East, which is in conjunctionwith upcoming Fixtures in both National Football and Hurling League and Championship. (Televised games.

Tickets are now available and will be on sale each week for the duration of the National League and Championship from Club members and at the usual outlets; “Jack Jays” Bar, Post Office and John Pius at €2 each with €40 to be given out each week to the winning number which corresponds with the first goal scored.

MEMBERSHIP. Membership of the Club is now open to anybody who would like to take out membership and can do so by contacting Club Registrer Kevin Mulvihill. Adults, €20 Under Age €10. Take note that membership of the Club will close on March 31st and will be strictly adhered to. Only fully paid up members of the Club will be in line for any match tickets that the Club may aquire in 2017.

COUNTY LEAGUE. Certainly the Club priority for 2017 will have to be to get out of the Credit Union County Football League Division 5; having laboured for too long now in this Division finishing mid table and just missing out on promotion on a few occasions. This year the County League will have 13 teams in the Division with Kilgarvan who were concentrating on hurling the past few years are back again. Asdee will have six home games; Cromane which is the opening game in the League on Sunday March 12th, Ballylongford, Rathmore “B”, Kilgarvan, Churchill and Cordal while Ballyduff, Austin Stacks,”B”, Moyvane, Knocknagoshel, Tuosist and Valentia will provide the opposition away. So its the start of a new football season and hopefully results and a full turnout of players will be kind to us for the year ahead. FIXTURE: McCarthys Insurance Brokers North Kerry League Division 2. Round 3 will be away to Moyvane at 1 30pm on this Sunday February 19th, Round 4 away to Duagh on Sunday February 26th, 1 30pm, Round 5 home to Ballyduff on Sunday March 5th, 12 noon. Sunday March 12th a home game against Cromane. Round 2 will go ahead on Sunday March 19th away to Ballyduff. The draw for the County Junior Championship was made on Tuesday last January 31st at the Austin Stack Park, Pavilion where Asdee have home venue against Listry. First round games will go ahead on the weekend of April 16th.

SCOR SCOR The local Club will again be involved in both Novelty, Recitation and Quiz at the Senior Scor County Finals sponsored by Estuary Print, Ballylongford and will go ahead on this Saturday February 18th commencing at 8pm with the County Finals of Quiz getting underway at 6pm. The venue for both will be the Mhuire Gan Smal, Primary School, Castleisland.

CAUSEWAY CAMOGIE

MEMBERSHIP: Club membership available €40 for players and €20 for non players and students. Contact any committee member for same.

We would like to invite all girls from 5yrs to 11yrs to give Camogie a try for a few weeks. Starting Friday 17th of February from 6.30pm to 7.30pm (& every Friday)In the Sports hall, Causeway, Cost €2. All you need is a helmet, we will provide the hurley (Helmets available if needed). Phone Gina on 087 1323496 with any queries. Fundraising table quiz & medal presentation in Harty's Bar Causeway on Thursday 23rd Feb at 7.30pm. Special guests on night. Your support would be very much appreciated

CLUB LOTTO: Last week's Club Lotto Draw took place at Tomaisins. Numbers drawn were 09, 10, 15, 23. There was no winner. The winners of the lucky dips were: Diarmuid Lynch - Coolkeragh, Jason Wallace - Lixnaw, Anne O'Mahony - Glouria, Rachel Kennelly - Glouria, Seamus Leane - Knockenagh. Free Ticket winners:- Tony Griffin - Harrow, Fr.John Lawlor - Ballydonoghue, Ann Sheehy - Duagh.

Knocknagoshel 1-9 Asdee 1-8 On a bitterly cold afternoon in Willie Walsh Park Knocknagoshel both sides contributed to an entertaining and keenly contested match in the North Kerry league. Knocknagoshel started the brighter and were quick to take the game to the visitors with Niall Barrett getting on the end of two team moves to put his team into an early lead. Wing forward Mike Breen responded for Asdee

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with the first of his two points in this half. Michael Walsh replied with a long range point before his opposite number Darragh Keane kicked a point for the visitors. Mike Breen levelled matters with his second point but it was to be his team's last score of the half. Knocknagoshel got into their stride and reeled off four unanswered points, the first a curler from the right hand side by John O'Keeffe. Niall Barrett stepped up to take a penalty when Conor Sheehan was brought down in the square and was unfortunate to strike the butt of the post. Michael Walsh and Niall Barrett both pointed and Micheal Shine ended the half with a fine point coming forward from his half back position to leave the half time score at 0-7 to 0-3 in favour of the home team. Asdee took the game to Knocknagoshel much better in the second half and their full forward Eoin Tydings pointed to reduce the deficit. Knocknagoshel replied with a point from David O'Donoghue who was a constant threat to Asdee's defence in this half. Further points from Mike Breen and Darragh Keane closed the gap again before David O'Donoghue rounded the Asdee keeper to slot his side's goal. With a sniff of blood Knocknagoshel poured forward but this left gaps at the back which Asdee exploited with an excellent goal from Eoin Tydings and a point from Eoin Kennedy to cut the gap to the minimum. Niall Barrett pointed a free for Knocknagoshel to open the gap to two with time ticking down. Darragh Keane pointed for Asdee to leave the final score at Knocknagoshel 1-9 to Asdee 1-8. Fixtures; Knocknagoshel seniors have a bye in the North Kerry league this weekend and their next match will be a trip to Moyvane on Sunday February 26th at 1.30p.m.

The replay of the Corn Uí Mhuirí semi final is likely to mean this weekend's minor county league match against Skellig/Valentia/Sneem/Derrynane will go back by a week at least. We wish John Walsh well in the replay after contributing handsomely to his CBS The Green side's second drawn match against Coláiste Chríost Rí last Saturday in Ballyvourney.

Under 16's: Knock/Brosna/Duagh got one over on their rivals and neighbours when they defeated Castleisland Desmonds in Knocknagoshel on Saturday in the Castleisland District league. This was a fine team performance with the forwards on fire throughout. The final score was 4-10 to 1-10. Their next game is an away trip to Ballymac on Sun 26th Feb at 12pm Lotto: The next draw will be for an impressive jackpot of €5800 and will be held in O'Connor's Bar on Saturday March 4th at 10p.m. Tickets are available from The Family Shop, Leahy's Post Office, the local bars and usual sellers. Thank you for your continued support

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The County U16 Team have begun training back in Banna beach which commences every Sunday mornings and will continue to do for the foreseeable future. The management team for 2017 is made up of Sarah Leahy, Eimear O’Mahony and Mike (Tricky) Enright. The girls are busy training for the Munster Campaign in March. Press Night. On Friday night, last in Causeway Kerry Camogie held a press night which was very well attending by media goers. Murt Murphy and Mike O Halloran interviewed Kerry Manager Stephen Goggin and Kerry Camogie Captain Aoife Behan. Along with interviews from Patrice Diggin and Anthony Fealy who has been getting the girls ready for the season by doing the fitness sessions with them.

Tralee Parnells news Tralee Parnells Academy for players born between 2007-2010 continues Tuesdays 6-6.50 pm on February 21st to March 14th, Tralee Sports Complex. Equipment is available to all newcomers who want to give it a try. €10 for 5 weeks. Tralee Parnells Scor na bPaisti internal club quiz for Primary school students took place on Tuesday night last 14th Feb at Collis Sandes House. More details on this event next week.

Fixture - Littlewoods Ireland Camogie Leagues Div 3 Our Seniors get their season underway with a home game against Tyrone on Sunday next 19th at 2pm in John Mitchels Gaa grounds. Please come out and support the girls and catch a glimpse of recent Ashbourne Cup Champions Patrice Diggin and Sara Murphy.

Ashbourne Cup Champions Congrats to Patrice Diggin and Sara Murphy both Causeway girls along with their UL teammates on claiming the Ashbourne Cup Final for two years in a row. Patrice was joint captain and played a very important role in their win, Sara was on the panel so well done girls on this great win. Patrice even got a mention an Seo Spoirt on Friday night last which is fantastic for Kerry Camogie.

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Mobile: 086 3689061 | Email: osullivan_mairead@yahoo.com NORTH KERRY LEAGUES 2017 Sponsored by McCarthy Insurance Listowel Results - First named team had home advantage Division 1A Round 2: Tarbert 1.8 v St Senans 0.8 | Beale 3.11 v Ballylongford 0.13 Division 2 Round 2: Moyvane3.16 v Ballyduff 1.8 Knocknagoshel 1-9 Asdee 1-8 On a bitterly cold afternoon in Willie Walsh Park Knocknagoshel both sides contributed to an entertaining and keenly contested match. Knocknagoshel started the brighter and were quick to take the game to the visitors with Niall Barrett getting on the end of two team moves to put his team into an early lead. Wing forward Mike Breen responded for Asdee with the first of his two points in this half. Michael Walsh replied with a long range point before his opposite number Darragh Keane kicked a point for the visitors. Mike Breen levelled matters with his second point but it was to be his team's last score of the half. Knocknagoshel got into their stride and reeled off four unanswered points, the first a curler from the right hand side by John O'Keeffe. Niall Barrett stepped up to take a penalty when Conor Sheehan was brought down in the square and was unfortunate to strike the butt of the post. Michael Walsh and Niall Barrett both pointed and Micheál Shine ended the half with a fine point coming forward from his half back position to leave the half time score at 0-7 to 0-3 in favour of the home team. Asdee took the game to Knocknagoshel much better in the second half and their full forward Eoin Tydings pointed to reduce the deficit. Knocknagoshel replied with a point from David O'Donoghue who was a constant threat to Asdee's defence in this half. Further points from Mike Breen and Darragh Keane closed the gap again before David O'Donoghue rounded the Asdee keeper to slot his side's goal. With a sniff of blood Knocknagoshel poured forward but this left gaps at the back which Asdee exploited with an excellent goal from Eoin Tydings and a point from Eoin Kennedy to cut the gap to the minimum. Niall Barrett pointed a free for Knocknagoshel to open the gap to two with time ticking down. Darragh Keane pointed for Asdee to leave the final score at Knocknagoshel 1-9 to Asdee 1-8. Fixtures: Division 1A Round 3 - Sunday 19th February @ 1.30pm St Senans v Brosna | Beale v Tarbert | Ballylongford Rest Division 1B Round 1 - Sunday 19th February @ 1.30pm Listowel Emmets v Desmond | Finuge v Ballydonoghue Division 2 Round 3 - Sunday 19th February @ 1.30pm Duagh v Ballyduff | Asdee v Moyvane | Knocknagoshel Rest SCOR NA BPAISTI North Kerry Football Board Finals of Scor na bPaisti will take place on Sunday 26th Feburary at 2pm in the Marian Hall, Moyvane. Please note this year at Scor na bPaisti level that all GAA membership numbers must accompany all competitors names and be emailed to Board Scor officer PJ Mulvihill at pjmulvihill@hotmail.co.uk or contact 086-7886301 no later than Sunday 19th Feburary. SCOR SINSEAR COUNTY FINAL OF SENIOR SCOR Will take place on Sat 18th February in Scoil Muire gan Smal Castleisland. Trath na gCeist @ 6pm - Please forward entries including GAA Membership numbers by Friday Feb 10th All other Competition will start at 8pm. Representing North Kerry Football are the following. We would like to wish them all the best going forward. Asdee Quiz: Kevin Mulvihill, Marie Alice Walsh, Michael O'Connor, Mick Rea, Nodie Hennessy. Asdee Novelty Act: Jack Hennessy, Nora Stack, Gerdie O Carroll. Asdee Recitation: Anthony Hanlon St Senans Solo Singing: Eadaein O'Connell St Senans Quiz: Mark Behan, Robert Barry, Mike O Connor, Tim McKenna.

Listowel Celtic would like to thank Aiden O'Connor (JK Sports) for his kind sponsorship of two sets (Home & Away) of jerseys for The A Team. L-R: Mark Loughnane (Commitee Member), Paudie Thornton (Assistant Manager A Team), Jo Jo Grimes (Player), Aiden O'Connor, Liam Kennedy (Listowel Celtic Chairman), Seamus Keane (Player), Darren Loughnane (Player), Paddy Lynch (A Team Manager). Many Thanks to Aiden , Edel & Mark. Photo by Liam Kelly

RI NG OF KERRY CYC LE ANNOUNCE I TS 10 B E N EFI C I A R Y C HA R IT I ES F O R 20 1 7

Kerry teams and individuals who excelled in sport during 2016 were honoured at the first ever Kerry County Council Annual Awards Event at County Buildings. Listowel’s Alan Gleeson is pictured receiving his award from Cllr. Mike Kennelly for his medals haul at the 2016 European Transplant and Dialysis Sports Championships. Photo by: Domnick Walsh Eye Focus LTD - 087 / 2672033

With more than €11.9 million raised to date, the Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle have announced its 10 beneficiary charities for 2017. Pictured at the launch were in front from left, Con Cremin, (Talbot Grove), Michael Donnelly, (Inbhear Sceine Inshore Rescue) and Angela McNulty, (Temple Street Hospital). Back, Cathal Walshe, organiser, Angela Rooney, (Buy A Bus Cancer Support Group), Sarah Kelleher, (Downs Syndrome Kerry), Vera O'Leary, (KRSAC)), Brian Gallagher, (Camp Hill Dingle), Eileen Comerford, (Recovery Haven Kerry), Tim O'Brien, organiser, Samantha O'Shea, (Rathmore Social Action) and PJ O'Sullivan, (Valentia Hospital). Registration opens on the 25th of February via www.ringofkerrycycle.ie Photo: Don MacMonagle

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CHIROPODY / PODIATRY COMPLETE FOOT CARE INCLUDING Toenail cutting and paring of corns and callus and the assessment of pain and discomfort in the feet and lower limb. Fiona Mullins – Registered Podiatrist. Abbeyfeale (068) 32188 www.fealefootclinic.com MATHS AND APPLIED MATHS GRINDS AVAILABLE For all levels Phone 0870929643

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THE MIRACLE PRAYER Dear Heart of Jesus in the past I have asked many favours. This time I ask you this special one, (mention favour). Take it dear heart of Jesus and place it within your heart where your father sees it. Then in his merciful eyes it will become your own favour not mine. Amen. Say this prayer three times for three days and your favour will be granted. Never been known to fail. Must promise publication of prayer. C.A.

THE MIRACLE PRAYER Dear Heart of Jesus in the past I have asked many favours. This time I ask you this special one, (mention favour). Take it dear heart of Jesus and place it within your heart where your father sees it. Then in his merciful eyes it will become your own favour not mine. Amen. Say this prayer three times for three days and your favour will be granted. Never been known to fail. Must promise publication of prayer. D.H.

THE MIRACLE PRAYER Dear Heart of Jesus in the past I have asked many favours. This time I ask you this special one, (mention favour). Take it dear heart of Jesus and place it within your heart where your father sees it. Then in his merciful eyes it will become your own favour not mine. Amen. Say this prayer three times for three days and your favour will be granted. Never been known to fail. Must promise publication of prayer. J.F.

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