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LyreAcrOMPANe kiDS Are BuSy AS BeeS by Con Dennehy When Bee experts in Ireland came together to produce the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan that aims to make Ireland a better place for bees and other pollinators, a North Kerry school buzzed into action. Busy bees at Lyreacrompane National School have devised a plan that will provide safe places for bumblebees and pollinating insects to live. They are the only school in Kerry involved in this unique initiative established following extensive research, which red flagged that one third of our bee species are threatened with extinction from Ireland. Sixteen pupils at the school are currently working towards applying for their 6th Green Flag on the theme of Biodiversity. “As part of this theme we decided to get involved in the All Ireland Pollinator Plan 2015-2020. As part of the project we are trying to make our school and garden a safe place for pollinating insects to live. We have identified certain grass areas around the school that will be cut less frequently to encourage growth of clover to attract pollination,” said Eilish Lyons, a teacher at Lyreacrompane National School. Students have commenced work on creating a wildflower meadow that will provide food and shelter for pollinators. They are also in the process of renovating the school garden. “When planting, we will be looking at adding as many pollinator friendly plants and herbs as possible in the garden. All the children to be actively involved in this project.” After studying the pollinator plan, the 16 pupils attending the school walked around the school grounds in small teams and identified areas they could work in to help the bees. “We see this as a long term initiative that we will constantly add to and develop. During the course of this project the children have developed their problem solving skills, map making skills, teamwork, knowledge of native plants, trees and flowers and most importantly their appreciation for the outside world. We are the first school in Kerry to register actions to help pollinators on the pollinators mapping system,” said Kieran Quirke, an SNA at the school, who is coordinating the project. The school team also works closely with Lyreacrompane Community Development to create mudheads and sand banks along the local walkway. “In April we will be continuing our work planting shrubs. We are involved in the project because our pollinators, especially our bees, are in big trouble. We need bees in order to grow our fruit and vegetables, and to make sure our countryside has lots of beautiful wildflowers. Part of the work involves a 2 metre area for wild shrubs along our school parameters. We also plan to set up the project in our own homes,” Timmy Cahill, one of the students, added. BUSY AT WORK: Students at Lyreacrompane National School busy at work on their All Ireland Pollinator Plan on Friday last. L/r: Emma Long, Kasia Witkowski, Ayla Yaxley and Daniel Brosnan. Pic by Con Dennehy.

Ballybunion to Float important Message During St. Patrick’s Day Parade Ballybunion town is gearing up for its 2019 Ballybunion St Patrick’s Day Parade scheduled for this Sunday commencing at 3:00 from the Church Car Park. The Tidy Towns’ float this year will reflect a concern for the future of our beaches and underwater habitats. A banner asking everyone to help “Save our Seas” will fly above the their interpretation of what a stressed aquatic habitat would look like compared to a healthy, colourful one. Joining in this year’s underwater theme will be the St. Joseph’s Transition Year Program. They have been working on decorating two float entries. One will be their mermaids’ boat featuring a queen’s throne, giant turtle, octopus and colourful fish. The second TY float will display their 2019 Junk Koutour entries accented with underwater features to complement this year’s theme. Other town groups will also be joining in the theme. Ballybunion Active Retirement will have their Molly Malone’s pushing their wheelbarrow “through street broad and narrow” selling “cockles and mussels, alive, alive oh”. Tir na nOg Child Care jellyfish leaders will be bringing their school of fish among the other entrees. And we hope other groups will join in the parade fun too. The parade will assemble at the church parking lot from 1:30 onward. The parade will begins at 3:00 heading down Church Road to the Garda Barrack, right on Main Street, turning onto Cliff Road at The Bunker Bar and back to the church. All groups have been working long and hard on creating amazing props and costumes to enhance the chosen theme. Everyone is encouraged to join in the parade fun or be an onlooker along the parade route.

All Looking Forward to the Annual DuAgh St PAtrick’S DAy PArADe

A PLAN: Students at Lyreacrompane National School planning work on their All Ireland Pollinator Plan on Friday last. L/r: Richard Rinkewios, Timmy Cahill and Basia Witkowski. Pic by Con Dennehy.

The Duagh Development Association are hosting the very successful Annual St Patrick's Day parade again this year on Sun 17th March at 12.30pm. Any local businesses or associations or anyone with vintage cars or tractors etc. that would like to support and march in the Parade can contact Sandra on 087 6718377 or Rita on 087 6618881. Registration will take place in the Church Car Park from 12 noon, €20 entry fee to partake. A donation from this event will be given to Duagh church for renovations.

Scoil eiltín Naofa Seek Amber Flag

Scoil Eiltín Naofa is currently on a quest to achieve the coveted Amber Flag award which celebrates and promotes positive mental health. A student steering committee supported by staff have devised a whole myriad of exciting and enticing activities as part of the school’s Amber Flag programme. A recent initiative “Pancakes for Pieta” proved to be a huge success. Staff and students donated €2 for the purchase of delicious pancakes on Pancake Tuesday. Students had a most enjoyable and fun day whilst also raising much needed funds for Pieta House. Delighted staff and students presented Mr. Con O’ Connor, Pieta House Kerry, with a cheque for €242.30 on Friday last. The committee are already working on their next initiative. Watch this space!

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receNt DeAthS Johanna Watkins, Cahirdown. Edward Carey, Islandganniv. Mary Foley, Coolnalaght. Elizabeth Flaherty, Derry.

toAStMASterS It will be a St Patrick's Day theme when Listowel Toastmasters have their next meeting on Thursday March 14th at 8pm in the Listowel Arms Hotel. Plenty of conversation and laughs guaranteed. All welcome!

LIXNAW GAA Split the Bucket: Last week’s winner in the Split the Bucket draw was Vera O’Rahilly, The Village. The draw took place at the Railway Bar and prize was €247. The draw continues this week with envelopes available in local shops.

ANNIVerSAry reMeMBrANce John L. O’Sullivan, Ennismore. Dan Joe Leahy, Shrone. Patrick Lane, Coolnaleen.

DAffoDIL DAy LIStoWeL Takes place on March 22nd. Here in Listowel our local Branch of The Irish Cancer society will be out in force as usual looking for public support. We would be most grateful if any of you have surplus Daffodils in your garden and would like to donate them to us. We would also welcome Volunteers for a 1-2 hour stint. Message us on Facebook @ListowelDaffodilDay or text 087-1946936.

Coiste na nOg: An under-12 hurling blitz takes place at Hermitage Park on this Saturday, March 16th. at 11.00 am.

Who WANt S to Be A thouSANDAIre? The Listowel Arms Hotel Saturday 30th March at 8pm. Tickets €20 each or group ticket for €50. Ticket hotline:068-21994 Hosted by Scoil Réalta Na Maidine.

Bus to Ennis: Twenty three followers travelled on the bus, organised by the club, to the Division 1B hurling final between Kerry and Westmeath in Ennis on Sunday last. Unfortunately, Kerry went down by two points in very difficult conditions, thus missing out on promotion. They now look forward to the Joe McDonagh cup, when they play Antrim in the first round on May 12th.

oLD or BrokeN MoBILe phoNeS for NANo NAGLe Please drop into Denise in the Parish Office or call Frank Greaney on 087 2536120 cLuB ÓG-ÓGrAS LIoS tuAthAIL Club Óg-Ógras meets at Listowel Community Centre on Monday between 5 & 6 to enable those aged 7-12 to practise their Irish in a fun environment. Breis eolais/Further info on 087 2194992. LIStoWeL/DuAGh coMhALtAS Classes on Saturdays. 11:30 - 2:30pm Traditional Music on all instruments, Song, Dance , Language & Group Instrumental. New members welcome all ages -children and adult. Registration on the day or message Facebook. cycLe AGAINSt SuIcIDe Visits Listowel Mon 29th April and are looking for Homestay Hosts. Can you donate a bed for one night? CAS need your help to accommodate this year’s cyclists and crew. If you live within a reasonable distance i.e. 20 mile radius from Listowel and can office a bed for 1 night along with a shower/bath facilities and a meal we would be greatly appreciate it.. Please contact: homestays@cycleagainstsuicide.com ‘It’s ok no to feel ok; and it is absolutely ok to ask for help’ LIStoWeL fAMILy reSource ceNtre A speech and language talk aimed at parents of children aged 18 months and above will take place at Listowel Family Resource Centre in mid-March. The programme will cover a variety of areas including; basic language strategies; stimulation ideas; how to cope with children struggling with language difficulties and how to learn preventative measures A speech and language therapist will also be in attendance on the day to answer any questions that parents in attendance may have. The talk takes place on Monday. March 11 at 10.30am. Further details available from Toni Clarke on (068 23584). Names are currently being taken for a gardening course to commence at Listowel Family Resource Centre in April. where participants will learn how to grow their own vegetables and receive Fetac iLevel 3 certification in the process. Places limited, contact Bridie on 068 23584 St. pAtrIck’S DAy IS SuNDAy NeXt  Our National Feast Day. It is a Holy Day of Obligation. Masses are. Vigil Mass on Saturday evening at 6.15 p.m. and on Sunday at 9.00 a.m. & 11.00am. There will be a flavour of Gaeilge and our Irish culture at all our masses with the Parish Folk Group and the Parish Choir. Thanks to our local Coiste Glór na nGael and our Liturgy Group for their help with the liturgy of the masses. ArD chÚrAM DAy cAre ceNtre, LIStoWeL Is operating a post stroke day service with Physio and Nursing supports on Monday's. This is a 8 to 12 week course which includes physiotherapy programme, nursing support, physical and mental stimulation programme. Morning tea and mid day meal provided. Cost €10.00. For further information please contact Louise Harnett (Nurse Co-Ordinator) on 068 22986. GroW coMMuNIty MeNtAL heALth MoVeMeNt IN IreLAND Meet on Wednesday’s at 8pm in the Seanchaí Centre, Listowel. This programme is open to all and is free of

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fuNDrAISING VArIety coNcert To raise money towards getting a Bus for St. John of God Kerry Services. Friday 26th April at the Tinteán Theatre, Ballybunion at 7.30pm. Special prize of €100 on the door ticket. Tickets can be purchased in Listowel Parish Office LIStoWeL ActIVe retIreMeNt teA DANce On Sunday 24th March in The Listowel Arms Hotel. Music and Dancing with refreshments served. All welcome.

Fixtures: The county senior hurling league begins on this weekend. Lixnaw begin their campaign with an away game against Abbeydorney on St. Patrick’s Day. Please note that the throw-in time in Abbeydorney has been put back to 5.00 pm. Best of luck to the new management team on their first outing.

St.Patrick’s Day Parade: The hurling club plans to participate in this year’s St.Patrick’s day parade, which is being revived after a lapse of a few years. The parade leaves the community centre at 12.00 noon. All involved are requested to assemble at the Community Centre well in advance of the starting time. Membership: The following membership subscriptions will apply for 2019: adults €40, dual players €30 and minors €20.

All players must be registered for player injury cover no later than March 31st but as a priority should do so as soon as possible, as if an injury is incurred before this date the insurers will only provide cover if the player is full registered on the GAA’s online system at time of injury.

SocIAL DANcING  Weekly dancing continues at Listowel Emmets Clubhouse every Monday evening from 7.30pm to 9pm. Please contact Monty Boyd on 087 2817972 for further info LIXNAW GoLf SocIety Held their AGM recently at The Railway Bar Lixnaw. The committee thanked our sponsors of 2018 for their generous and continued support. Anyone wishing to sponsor for 2019 can contact any member of the society. The incoming captain for 2019 is Martin Stackpoole. Incoming president is Shane Kelliher. We wish them both the best of luck for the year ahead. The following officers were also elected for 2019 Secretary - Tom Lynch Treasurer - Roger Hussey and Eddie Enright PRO - Mossie Kelliher All new members are welcome. Below is the schedule for 2019 Lixnaw Golf Society fixtures April 13th Ballybunion tee time 12.00 _ 1.00 May 4th Beaufort tee time 10.30 _ 11.30 June 22nd Ceann Sibeal tee time 11.15 _ 12.15 July 13th Ardagh tee time 9.45 _ 10.45 August 10th Mahoneys Point tee time 10.40 - 11.30 September 21st Killeen tee time 11.30 - 12.20 October 26th Barrow

MAry  tereSA  BuckLey  WISheS  to  thANk eVeryoNe Who donated to Lollipop Day last Friday at super valu, Listowel. Amount raised was €445.80. HOSTING AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT Have you ever thought about hosting an international student for a short or long period of time? I can give you all the information and support you need to help you decide. Contact Denise Lynch on 0877431373. DuAGh SportS & LeISure coMpLeX All roads lead to Duagh Sports & Leisure Complex on Thursday 04th April 2019 for The Irish Country Music Concert presented by Mike Gardner of Country Corner - Clare FM.A fantastic line up comprises The Ryan Turner Band, Louise Morrissey, Gerry Guthrie, Cathy Durkin, John Hogan, Michael Collins. Following on from the great success of last years "Showbands concert" this promises to be an event not to be missed. Doors open 7.30pm and Concert starts @8.30pm. Tickets €25 available from 087-2684540 or any committee member. Lots of Spot prizes, Full Bar Facilities as well as Tea/Coffee. LIStoWeL coMMuNIty GAMeS  U13 Girls Indoor Soccer Very well done to the U13 girls indoor soccer team who took part in the second round of the County competition in Duagh last weekend. The girls did great in a very tough competition and were delighted to come away with medals for 4th place on the day. This is a very young side with most of the girls still underage again next year. All of the team thoroughly enjoyed the competition, huge thanks to all of the organisers for a really enjoyable and well organised day.

A huge well done to all Emmets contestants who took part in the North Kerry Scór na bPáistí last weekend. This was the first time in a few years that Emmets took part and the girls did themselves and their club very proud. Trina B Kennedy came second in the Seán Nos dancing category with stiff competition while our music group equipped themselves well and are looking forward to next year already!! We wish our quiz team the very best of luck in the county finals in Glenbeigh on April 6th. Finally, a huge thank you to Jacinta Jessie Kennedy and Orla Keane who prepared the girls for today’s competition. We are all very proud of your efforts Emmets abú.

Huge thanks to their coach PJ Meehan for all the hard work put into the training of this team. Also thanks as always to all the parents for their continued support. The team were - Katie Clarke, Ciara Fallon, Saoirse Kelly, Taylor Lynch, Laura Meehan, Emma Neylon, Molly O'Hanlon, Ava Walsh NeW four Week SocIAL DANce cLASS Starting on Thursday 21st March att the Community Centre Clounmacon 8.30pm start. Contact 0879267037 for further details. Everyone welcome. No partner needed

Pupils and staff of Dromclough NS were delighted to welcome back our past pupil James Gornall (musician) last week. James performed various genres of music from his wide repertoire. He was accompanied by music teacher Matt Dean

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tarbert NeW e-MAIL ADDreSS; notesplynch@outlook.com or telephone Patrick Lynch at 068 36117 before 7pm Sunday. LÁ Le phÁDrAIG For the past couple of years the St Patrick's Day Parade has been revived by the Development Association. This is an opportunity for the community to showcase groups and organisations which contribute to the social , economic, cultural, sporting and environmental life of the parish. This year's parade will lead off from the Fire Station after the 11.30 Mass. Organisations such as the GAA, Ferry Rangers, Youth Club, Community Games, Tidy Towns, PTAA, etc., businesses like the Swanky Bar and various floats are expected to take part. The parade will be led by' St Patrick' and the National School marching band. The parade will end at the Bridewell where dancers and musicians will provide entertainment. Beidh fáilte roimh gach einne beith pairteach, chuir glaoch ar Liz ar 087 1858137 nó duine ar bith den choiste. SeAchtAIN NA GAeILGe Tá seachtain na Gaeilge buailte linn anois agus ba cheart dúinn iarracht speisialta a dhéanamh chun teanga agus cultúr Gaelach a chur chun cinn. Bain triail as cúpla focal a úsaid agus mar a deireann an seanfhocal 'is fearr Gaeilge briste ná Béarla cliste '. Beidh Comórtas na Fhuinneóg ag cur as siúl ag Conradh na Gaeilge i gcóir an Fhuinneóg is Gaelaí - 'the shop window that best promotes the Irish language, heritage and culture'. eMerGeNcy SerVIceS  Last Saturday afternoon for the fourth time in the past couple of years the Shannon based rescue helicopter landed in Shannon Park. On this occasion it was to airlift the seriously injured casualty of a motor bike accident on the Ballylongford/Asdee road to University Hospital, Limerick. Members of the Ballybunion Coast Guard emergency services were involved in bringing the casualty to Shannon Park. The whole operation was successfully completed with the airlift in a matter of minutes. The incident highlights once again how much we are indebted to the Emergency Services, many of whom act in a voluntary capacity and often at great personal risk to themselves. Hopefully the injured victims will make a successful recovery agus go maire síad slán beo. hoStING StuDeNtS  Have you ever thought about hosting an international student for a short or long period of time? For all the information and support you need to help you decide, please contact Denise on 087 - 7431373 hIStorIcAL SocIety  Tarbert Historical Society will host Tom Donovan, Historian, Clarina at the Bridewell on Saturday 23 March at 7.30pm. Tom will give an illustrated talk on the murder of Ellen Hanly, the Colleen Bawn on the Shannon in July 1819. Beidh fáilte roimh gach éinne agus cupán tae ina diaidh. WINDoW oN the pASt  The Kerryman newspaper of 26 November 1904 reported a meeting of the Tarbert Rovers Football Club where a presentation of a gold medal was made to team captain Paul Hayes on his retirement. He had also been selected on the Kerry 17 man team for the championship. His two brothers had also played for Tarbert in the county championship. Fr Michael Hayes had since followed his sacred calling to Australia and his other

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brother Dr. Richard Hayes was pursuing a successful career in the USA. In the championship Tarbert defeated Craughdarrig while Ballylongford defeated Duagh. Both teams met in a play off with Tarbert winning 1- 6 to Ballylongford's 0- 4. Ballylongford lodged an objection but this was over-ruled and Tarbert went on to defeat Irremore in the North Kerry Regional Final. Members of the Tarbert Rovers Football club present at the presentation were James Finucane, Chairman, Thos. J. Fitzgerald Hon. Sec., Michael J. Moloney, Gerald Leahy, David Meskell, James Carrig, John O'Connor, John Wren, Patrick O'Donnell, Michael McCarthy, Timothy Scanlon, Thomas Chanley and Michael Lavery. Buíochas do Padraig O'Concubhair as an eagrán seo den 'Chiarraíocht 1904'. ferry rANGerS AGM Ferry Rangers soccer club in Tarbert will hold their AGM in Coolahans bar Tarbert on Friday March 22nd @9.30 All welcome, to help club in any way possible, Thank you tArBert GAA cLuB Weekly Lotto: There was no winner of our weekly lotto draw held in Savages's Bar on Saturday 9th March. Winning numbers were 05,07,16,25. Lucky Dip winners of €20 were Aisling Denihan, Ambrose Lanigan, Pa Foley, John Lynch. Next weeks Jackpot is €2,800 and our draw will be held in Carmody's Bar on Sat 16th March. The Club Committee & Players would like to say a sincere thank you to all who continue to support all our playing teams. Senior Football Team Result Our seniors played Waterville in Round 1 of the County League on Sunday 10th March in Con Keating Park Cahersiveen but were defeated by the shortest of margins on a scoreline of Waterville 1-07, Tarbert 0-09. In very blustery conditions, Tarbert played with the aid of a first half wind but finished the first half trailing the hosts 1-03, 0-05. The concession of a goal against the wind proved to be a costly score as our boys could not regain the lead. Tarbert tried hard in the 2nd half but could not break down a resolute home defense losing out to Waterville 1-07, Tarbert 0-09. Team lined out as follows: Pa Carmody, Sean Carrig, Shane Enright, Daniel O Connor, Micheal Heaphy, Danny Wren, Kevin Enright, Mark Buckley, Shea McDonnell, Micheál Carrig, Ian Flavin, Shane O Connor, Andrew Doherty, Ger O Sullivan, Cillian Langan . Substitutions: Kieran Denihan for Cillian Langan 45 mins, Eamon O Callaghan for Kevin Enright 50 mins. John Kennedy, Brian Heaphy, Dylan Warrilow, Bobby Wren, Cathal Brosnan, Jamie Diggins.

kilflynn St. pAtrIck'S DAy pArADe KILFLYNN is all set for their annual St Patricks Day parade. The Parade and the Fancy Dress Parade will commence at 4.00 p.m. sharp on Sunday 17th March from St Teresa's National School and make its way to the village. All those interested in Participating in the parade please assemble at the School at 3.30 p.m. Any organisations, business or individual wishing to take part in this year’s parade are very welcome to do so. Kilflynn Community Together are organising this year's St Patrick’s Day Parade and are hoping to build on last year's success where over 20 groups took part. Interested groups can contact Niamh on 0863144157 to book their place Again, this Year there will be a Trophy and 100 Euro for the Best float, 50 euro for 2nd place and 25 euro for 3rd place. There will be a Free kids disco after the parade in St. Columbas Centre, and all Fancy Dress participants will be presented with a medal. The name of the Grand Marshall, the person who will lead the 2019 Kilflynn parade, will be announced nearer the day It will be a wonderful gathering of the Kilflynn and surrounding communities awash with colour and imagination! Hope to see you all in Kilflynn. St. MAry’S church NeWS Mass will be celebrated on Saturday 16th March at 6.00 p.m Kilflynn Altar Society for March: Helen Kelly-Fuller, Marie Egan SpLIt the Bucket Kilflynn Community Together have a new and exciting fundraiser up and running called Split the Bucket, a monthly draw where entrants can win money for only €2. We have buckets at various Business around Kilflynn – check out Kilflynn Community Together Facebook for a comprehensive list of venues. The concept of the draw is simple, simply place your €2 into the envelope at the venue, write your name and phone on the envelope and you could possibly ‘split the bucket!’. All funds raised will go towards current and future community based projects. pArker’S puB Sunday 17th March, Join us after the Kilflynn parade for the renowned Sing-A-Long and Irish music Seisiún. kerry SeNIor hurLerS Westmeath claimed promotion to Division one for the first time in 33 years after a two point victory over Kerry, on final score of 0-12 to 0-10 played out in freezing conditions in Cusack Park, Ennis on Sunday 10th March. Kerry played with a very strong wind in the opening half and held a five-point lead at the break, although Fintan O’Connor’s side may have wanted to be further ahead at the interval as the wind was of huge advantage to the Munster side. There was Crotta Four representatives on the Kerry Panel with Sean Weir (cornerback) Jordan Conway (corner forward),Tomas O’Connor came on a sub, Darragh O'Donoghue and Adam O’Sullivan were also members of the panel. ActIVe retIreD Group The Abbeydorney Kilflynn Active Retired Group are meeting on Wednesday March 13th, in the Community Hall from I.00 p.m. 4.00 p.m. There will be a safety talk from the Community Garda, Catherine Murphy, and 4 course meal for €10. New members welcome. A free bus service is available to collect people from their homes to the Abbeydorney Community Hall every 2nd Wed.

crottA Lotto reSuLtS As a mark of respect for the late Michael Twomey, Kilflynn, R.I.P The Crotta Hurling Club Lotto draw on Monday night was postponed until Tuesday night. Micheal is a brother to our club secretary Annette Nolan and Club Treasurer Paud Twomey, and a uncle to our senior hurlers Shane and Richard Nolan. We offer our sincere condolences to the Twomey & Nolan families Kilflynn. May he rest in peace. The numbers drawn out of the drum by Independent observer: Mike Lynch,Tullig, Kilflynn, in Herbert’s Bar, on Tuesday night 12 March were 4,9,19 and 32. There was No winner of €10,100 Jackpot. The following won €35 in the lucky dip draw: Sean Ryan, Ballyconnell, Kilflynn, Danny Lawlor,Tullacrimmin, Abbeydorney and Margaret Sheehy, Keel ,Lixnaw. The next draw will take place in Parker’s Pub, Kilflynn on Monday 18th March at 10.30p.m with a €10,200 Jackpot. Tickets are available at 2 Euro each or 3 for 5 euro from Club tickets sellers or you can also play on www.locallotto.ie Thank you for your supporting the club lotto is greatly appreciated. Check out www.crottagaa.club for more information. coLLeGe hurLING Crotta Hurler Barry Mahony captained, Limerick institute of technology Hurlers to victory over a gallant Cork institute of technology side on Wednesday night 6th March in cork on a score of 1-22 to 1-13, they will now play the winners of university limerick or Mary immaculate in the all Ireland freshers colleges final in limerick next Wednesday. We wish Barry and his team mates the best of luck in the final. Scor NA bpAIStI The North Kerry Hurling Board Scór na bPáistí Finals was held in The White Sands Hotel, Ballyheigue on Saturday night 9th March. The Crotta Hurling Club was proudly represented in solo singing by Eoin Griffin, Sean nós dancing by Tony Dowling and music group - Roisín Abeyta, Sarah Breen, Conor Brennan, Cillian Hussey and Thomas Breen. Our Sean nós dancer and our music group will go forward to the semi final. Comhghairdeachas libh go léir. LIXNAW GoLf SocIety Held their AGM recently at The Railway Bar Lixnaw. The committee thanked our sponsors of 2018 for their generous and continued support. Anyone wishing to sponsor for 2019 can contact any member of the society. The incoming captain for 2019 is Martin Stackpoole. Incoming president is Shane Kelliher. We wish them both the best of luck for the year ahead. The following officers were also elected for 2019 Secretary - Tom Lynch Treasurer - Roger Hussey and Eddie Enright PRO - Mossie Kelliher All new members are welcome. Below is the schedule for 2019 Lixnaw Golf Society fixtures April 13th Ballybunion tee time 12.00 _ 1.00 May 4th Beaufort tee time 10.30 _ 11.30 June 22nd Ceann Sibeal tee time 11.15 _ 12.15 July 13th Ardagh tee time 9.45 _ 10.45 August 10th Mahoneys Point tee time 10.40 - 11.30 September 21st Killeen tee time 11.30 - 12.20 October 26th Barrow

Thanks also to the supporters who travelled with the team to Cahersiveen to cheer on the team. Minor Football Team Result: Tarbert/Moyvane played Sneem/Derrynane on Saturday 9th March in Moyvane and in what was a close game throughout the away side got crucial scores towards the end of the game to win on a scoreline of Tarbert / Moyvane 1-08, Sneem/Derrynane 3-14. SocIAL DANcING cLouNMAcoN Social dancing classes with Josephine O'Connor begins at Clounmacon Community Centre on Thursday 21st March at 8.30pm. Dances include old time waltz, quickstep, jive and more. All are welcome.

Shannow Brownies and Tralee & Listowel Girls wearing their uniforms on Friday 8th March to St.Treasa's National School, Kilflynn to celebrate World Thinking Day, which was on Friday 22nd February and World Women's Day that was on Friday 8th March

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ballybunion coMMuNIty ceNtre / BeALe GAA Lotto The Community Centre / Beale GAA  Lotto, Sunday 10th March in "Courtney's Bar". The numbers drawn were: 4,14,16,19 There was no winner of the €1,850 Jackpot. The lucky dip winners are: €40 - Padraig O'Callaghan, A/T, c/o James Buckley €30 - Siobhan Shanahan, c/o "The Exchange Bar" €20 - Mike Nagle, A/T, Main St. 5 Free tickets: Colm  Beasley, c/o "Feale Bar" Next weeks draw will be  held in "Bunker Bar" 18th March 2019 at 9.30pm, and the Jackpot is € 1,900 St. pAtrIck’S DAy pArADe Calling everyone to take part in the parade: Community Groups, Sporting Organizations, Pre-schools and Schools, volunteer groups, businesses etc.  St. Patrick’s Day Parade: Sunday 17th of March 2019. Assembly at the Church Car Park from 2pm. Parade will Start and finish at the Church Car Park. Parade will start at 3pm. All of the above arrangements are due to health and safety.   MArcoNI ceNteNAry Plans are well under way 19th March there will be a celebration of the 100 year anniversary of the first spoken word from East to West from the Marconi Radio Station to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. From 11am – 3pm Kerry Amateur Radio Group will recreate this historic event at the former site of the Marconi Station which is now the Irish College. On the day there will also be free talks and demos, historic information boards, Marconi Artifacts will be on display, Radio Kerry will broadcast on the day. At 4pm there will be the unveiling of a commemorative plaque at the bandstand, Castle Green by Princess Elettra Marconi Giovanelli, daughter of Marconi and her son Prince Marconi. BALLyBuNIoN tIDy toWNS Golf Classic: Ballybunion Tidy Towns, in conjunction with St John's Restoration Fund, will hold their Annual Golf Classic on Friday 12 April. Our thanks to Ballybunion Golf Club for the use of the course.  For Tee Times or sponsorship, contact Noel on 089 412 8600 St Patrick's Day Parade: Sunday 17th March, leaving St John's Church car park at 3pm.  Participants to assemble from 2pm onwards.  Ballybunion's own piper, Danny Houlihan, will be leading the parade. The first float will be St Patrick himself followed by Ballybunion Tidy Towns and our "Save Our Seas" themed float(s), accompanied by many little fish..... Thanks: Ballybunion Tidy Towns would like to extend their grateful thanks to the many locals who attended "Guess the Chef" last week.  A good night was had by all.  Many thanks also to Joan and John O'Connor at Kilcooly's for hosting the event and to their staff.  Ger Walsh was MC for the evening and as usual made the event go with a swing and a laugh, our thanks to you all. BALLyBuNIoN coMMuNIty ceNtre  Discount available for block booking & advance payment. Please note bookings can only be made through the following details: Email ballybcomcentre@gmail.com Call 068-27799 during office hours Mon-Wed10am-2pm cce NeWS Ballybunion cce was out agin this weekend at scor na bpaisti  Great results today   our figure dancers won . Massive congratulations to Annette sean and leah slemon for teaching them .  Aoibheann Buckley and Layla kate   Buckley, ava and Katie Joyce, Emma o Neill, Kayleigh Parrish, Emily Cullen and sìne fogarty. Congratulations to lisa mulvihill on ballad group coming 2nd  Annabelle Walsh, gracie o Sullivan, cal fitzsimons, audrey Ryan and aoibheann Buckley.  Congratulations to kids from kilconly school on winning the leiriù thanks to frances Kennedy and Laura horgan. Also thanks to Padraig holly and leesha Meehan for helping out with set and music congratulations to thanh creed on winning aithriseoireacht. Bèal won the overall club  for 2nd yr. Well done to our music group and set dancers also they didn't place but done the branch proud Ballybunion branch concert will take place in scoil iasogain on March 15 th @ 7pm. All welcome 

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AWAreNeSS of the eNVIroNMeNt Anyone who is concerned of the environment and our beautiful beaches, The Ballybunion Community Forum have just launched a backpack that encourages a person to pick up 3 pieces of plastic while out for a walk & take it home to be disposed of correctly. The bag also has a compartment for dog fouling, so you don't have to be walking around with the bag in your hand. The bag is available at the Tourist Office for just €5 Art & crAft cLASSeS SprING & eASter ScheDuLe The Studio Gallery Art and Craft Workshops for Children Every Saturday Time 11am to 1pm and 12pm to 2pm. Easter Camp will take place on April 25th & 26th from 10am-1pm. Drop in classes available and pay as you go, at the Studio  Gallery Cinema Lane, Ballybunion. Bookings are essential for creative Birthday Parties please phone Marie 086-0664435 or email mariebrennan88@gmail.com coffee MorNING Coffee Morning in aid of Epilepsy Ireland is been held at Namir's Restaurant Main Street Ballybunion on Tuesday 26th March. Between 10am-1pm. everyone is well to attend.  teA DANce The monthly Tea dance for March will take place once again at the Hibernian on Sunday March 31st. Dancing to Ballybunion’s own Matt Dillon and admission including refreshments is as always just €5. DAteS for your DIAry Irish Water Safety weeks will be held from 29th July to 2nd Aug and from 5th Aug to 9th Aug. These are excellent courses to suit all ages from beginners to advanced. Surf Life Camps will start this year on Sunday 16th June at 10am and will be each Sunday at the Men’s Beach throughout the summer. Please contact Mairead on 086 3937654. There has been a slight change in the date for the Kelloggs Cúl Camps. This year there will be two Kellogg’s Cúl Camps in Ballybunion: Mon 8th-12th July & Mon 12th – 16th August. cASheN VALe BoXING cLuB Boys and Girls, enjoy a free Boxing Taster Session every Saturday from 12 noon in the Cashen Vale Club at the Irish Collage Ballybunion.    A fully equipped training Centre with bags Gloves and a Ring, also pad-work, sparring, and circuits. Learn at your own pace in a friendly supportive atmosphere. No pressure, no stress, instead focusing on technique, movement and fun. BALLyBuNIoN heALth AND LeISure ceNtre Opening hours are as follows... Mon - Thurs 7am - 10pm. Friday 7am - 9pm. Saturday 9am - 8pm, Sunday 10am - 8pm Bank Holidays 10am - 8pm. We have numerous exercise and fitness classes, which include the new Surf set, Hydro bikes, Aqua Aerobics, Spinning, and Circuits.  Swim Lessons for both Adults and Children take place each week and can be booked by contacting reception, for any further information please call Reception on Tel: 0682811 or follow our Facebook page Ballybunion Health & Leisure Centre for regular updates. 

ballyduff LOTTO DRAW The results of the Ballyduff GAA Club weekly Lotto Draw for Monday March 4th are as follows: The numbers drawn were 3, 8, 16 & 19. There was no winner of the €6,700 Jackpot and the following won €50 each Brian McGrath, Ardoughter, Ballyduff Mossie & Ann O'Sullivan, Knopogue, Ballyduff Francie Doyle, Benmore, Ballyduff TV DRAW: Tom Dineen, Ardoughter, Ballyduff Paddy Wynne, Ballyhorgan, Ballyduff Breda Browne, Ballyhorgan, Ballyduff The Lotto Draw continues on each Monday night. Please come along and support and remember “if you are not in you can't win”. You may also play the Lotto on line at www.ballyduffgaa.com COMMUNITY CENTRE Thursday Over 55 Club - Have great time meeting Friends. Hot Lunch served with Bingo and some fun games also. Contact Tom Joe O'Carroll (087)6702303 Friday Night Bingo at 8.30pm with Tea/Coffee served at the interval at No Charge Contact Tom Joe O'Carroll on (087)6702303 to book Ballyduff Community Centre St. Patrick's Day Parade takes place this Sunday after 11.00am Mass. Please come and support all participants welcome BALLYDUFF N.S. Congratulations to Mr. Lyons and 6th class who have won the Vex robotics challenge competition in Kerry. The Class have been working very hard in the last while building and programming their own robot. Well done to everyone! ARDFERT RETREAT CENTRE Christian Spiritual Deveopment Course - The Beatitudes: Fr. Sean Sheehy, Wed 7pm to 8.30pm. Life in the Spirit: Moss & Janice Carrig, Tuesdays, 7.30pm to 9.00pm. Summer Retreat: Fr. Philip Baxter, OFM Cap., Note rescheduled dates are Friday 7th – Thursday 13th June instead of July 5th - 11th. Book now. BALLYHEIGUE AFC Ballyheigue Athletic AFC U8 Academy Information/Registration night takes place at Ballyheigue Community Centre on this Thursday March 14th from 7.30pm to 8.30pm. Limited places available. Phone (087)9723494 for further details. CARD DRIVE 41 Card Drive held at McHale's Stretford End Bar, Causeway on Monday March 4th are as follows: 1st – Jimmy Goggin & Tom Kennelly 2nd – Tim Browne & Bernie Horgan 3rd – Donie Lynch & Pat McSweeney TABLE PRIZES: Seán Dineen & Judy Couchman Seamus McEnery & Shelia O'Halloran

The “41” Card Drive continues on each Monday night commencing at 10.00pm. Admission is €5 with prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd and table prizes on games 14 & 15. All welcome PARADE The Ballyduff St. Patrick'd Day Parade will take place after 11am Mass on this Sunday. Please come along, show your support and enjoy the occasion. COISTE NA NÓG U12: The U12 hurlers had their first outing on Saturday when they travelled to Ballyheigue to take part in a hurling blitz. All players did exceptionally well as this is their first time playing together as a team this year. Four teams participated in the blitz with Ballyduff losing to Lixnaw and coming away with the win against Kilmoyley and Ballyheigue. Well done to all players and coaches and thanks to Ballyheigue GAA for the tea/coffee supplied to warm up the supporters. Mime 2 the Rhyme: All roads led to Ballybunion on Saturday 23rd February 2019 where the Mime 2 the Rhyme fundraiser was taking place in the community centre. In total 43 brave souls took to the stage to perform for the 450 plus spectators and there was no doubt they delivered what had been promised in the weeks leading up to the event – a fantastic evening of entertainment. The acts ranged from the Cyndi Loopers, Sister Act, the Spice Girls, Dusty Springfield, the Greatest Showman, Queen, Bradley Cooper & Lady Gaga, Meatloaf & 3 Left Feet, with the Cyndi Loopers taking the public vote and the Greatest Showman taking the judge’s vote. Luckily we can relive the whole experience again as the DVD is now being launched in Leahy’s Bar on Saturday 23rd March 2019 where copies can be ordered for €10. BALLYDUFF GAA NEWS Senior Football: Our Senior Football team lost the opening game in the Credit Union Sponsored County Senior Football League Division 5 when they were defeated by Beale. Both teams had to battle with a cross field gale and biting cold but served up an entertaining game. However the loss of some key players on duty with Kerry Hurling Team proved too much but the players on duty gave their all and a number of young players introduced acquitted themselves well and with 22 players togged out the future looks bright. Minor Football: Our Minor Footballers played out a tough draw with Finuge on Saturday and remain undefeated after 3 rounds. They face Ballymacelligot away on Saturday next at 4.00pm. Kerry Hurlers: Commiserations to the Kerry hurlers who lost to Westmeath in the Division 2A Final of the Allianz National Hurling League at Ennis on Sunday last and a speedy recovery to Mikey Boyle who sustained a shoulder injury in that game.

WoMeN’S 60k fuNDrAISING cycLe A 60K women’s charity cycle has been organized for Sunday 28th April at 11am starting and finishing in the Ballybunion Health & Leisure Centre in aid of Breast Cancer Ireland. Registration is €25 and can be accessed at the attached link: https://tinyurl.com/y92ecw4o or by Phoning 068-28111 uNISLIM BALLyBuNIoN New Leader -Thursday Mornings from 8am to 9.30 am Weight & Go, 9am to 10am Class & Talk. Ballybunion Community Centre in the Cozy Room. New & returning members always welcome 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 by 10am on Mondays or phone 068-25555 ballybuniontouristoffice@gmail.com

Congratulations to Ballyduff National School who won the set dancing at the North Kerry Hurling Board Scór Finals held in Ballyheigue on Saturday night

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BINGo Ballylongford Bingo Fundraiser in the Parish Hall on Saturday 23rd of March after 7pm mass. All are very welcome.

happy and complete one residing amongst neighbours and friends in the village. Family life was always dear to her and she was extremely proud of all her families achievements and doted on the arrival of her grandchildren and more recently her great grandson. She enjoyed and loved recreational time and was a very active member of the local guild of the I.C.A. where she excelled particularly demonstrating her wonderful cooking skills. She and her late husband Jimmy were also very active members of the local Church Choir for numerous years. Another aspect that they both enjoyed was the afternoon drives around the local countryside and frequently visiting nearby towns and places of interest. But sadly Mary and her family lost a wonderful husband and father in Jimmy just four years ago which created a huge void in their lives. But the wonderful family bond saw Mary being wonderfully cared for by her family until she sadly passed this week and it is to her wonderful family of daughters Marie (Killarney), Ann (Sneem), Bridie (Chicago) and son Denis (New York), their spouses Jack, Paul, Tom and Nuala, grandchildren Evelyn, James, Brigid, Brendan, Sean, Ellen and Denis, great-grandson Jack, family relatives, dear neighbours and wide circle of friends that we offer our sincere sympathies and thoughts to at this very sad time for them. Mary’s remains were removed from Lynch’s Funeral Home on Friday evening last to St Michael the Archangel Church with Requiem Mass at 2.30pm on Saturday last followed by interment at Lislaughtin Abbey. May her gentle soul Rest In Peace.

DuAGh GAA Lotto reSuLtS No jackpot winner of €11,500 jackpot. Numbers drawn 8, 15, 20, 28 Hannah O Malley Duagh €20 to: Darragh Murphy Abbeyfeale Ann Pelican c/o O Briens Tony and Mgt c/o Maurice Dowling John McGarry c/o Brian Parrin 5 X 5 frees to Mossy Kelly c/o Jim's Mag Lane Duagh Kieran Quirke, Duagh Mary Dennehy Duagh Tom O Connell Duagh.  Sellers prize Doreen Buckley. Next week's jackpot €11,600 with draw in O Briens Bar Tuesday night.      

MAINteNANce SerVIce The North Kerry Older Persons Maintenance Service is taking requests for Spring work. They provide a low-cost maintenance and minor repair service specifically for senior members of the community of North Kerry. Get started on Spring Cleaning. Easter is quickly approaching and now is the time to tackle indoor and outdoor improvements and repairs. For more information or to place an application over the phone please call 068 23429.

fuNDrAISING eVeNt On April 5th next Duagh Sports and Leisure Complex Committee will hold a novelty fund raising event. This will entail the showing of the popular film Despicable Me 3 in the sports hall - but with a twist! The power to operate the film projector will not be taken from the national grid –instead the power will be generated by local cyclists working – and pedalling- in teams of eight and hoping to supply between 80 to 100 watts of power. These cyclists don’t come cheaply! They need the sponsorship of the community – be on the lookout for sponsorship cards –and all money generated will go towards putting the finishing touches to the Complex.

St. oLIVer’S NAtIoNAL SchooL Enrolments for September 2019 are now being accepted. Enrolment forms are available from Annmarie's Playschool and also from the school office. If you wish to visit the school please do not hesitate to contact us on 068-43477. We look forward to meeting with you. o’rAhILLy G.A.A. cLuB Ballylongford GAA Weekly lotto draw at Friday 8th March at Kennelly's. Jackpot €7250. Numbers Drawn 2, 19, 20, 32.No Winner. Lucky Dips €20 Sean & Mags O'Sullivan Well Road, Trish Flavin Rusheen, Paddy Kennelly Lislaughtin. 3 Free Lotto Tickets Peg Moloney Tullahinell. Bar Prize Joe Nash Well Street. Thank you for your Support. Walk Path: The walk path around the field is open to the public and we welcome everyone in the locality to use it. The track is approximately 550 metres in length so 2 laps is just over a kilometre and 3 laps is just over a mile. What we would ask is that people become a member of the Club to be covered by the clubs insurance as we have been informed walkers will not be covered by public liability insurance and will do so at own risk. There are two options available. Full membership which will give voting rights and putting forward motions at meetings and entry for All Ireland tickets that Kerry are involved in or Social membership for €20 which will go towards lighting costs and upkeep as well as insurance cover. Closing date for full membership is 31st March. GAA Social: Ballylongford GAA social will take place on Saturday 6th of April at Listowel Arms Hotel with Tickets priced at €30 the meal will be served at 7.30p.m sharp. A presentation will be made to the 1968 North Kerry Championship winning team on the night along with last year’s North Kerry Senior League winners. church NotIceS The following are the Notices for St Michael the Archangel Church for this coming week: Reader’s for Saturday 16th March: Paddy Kennelly. Sunday 17th March: Éabha Ní Lálaí. Church & Sanctuary: Breda Enright, Aileen Wren, Mary Burk and, Mary Moroney. Eucharistic Ministers for March Saturday Vigil Mass 7.00pm: Thomas Curtin, Catherine Dee, Helen Walsh. Sunday 10.30am: Mary O Neill and Margaret Walsh. Counters for March: Breda Barden, John & Aileen Wren. Altar Servers for March: Saturday 7.00pm: Fionn & Cathal Byrne. Sunday 10.30am: Nancy Dee, Aisling & Chloe O Connor. Parish Office: The Parish Office at the Presbytery will be open on Wednesday from 9am -1pm & on Friday 9am - 1pm; Bookings for Marriages, Masses, Anniversaries, Baptisms etc can be done during these office hours. A Second Collection will be taken up at all masses next weekend 16th/17th March in aid of the Irish Emigrant Services. BereAVeMeNt The Community was once again saddened and shocked at the news of the passing of Mary Collins (Née Dee) R.I.P. of Well Street, Ballylongford who died peacefully surrounded by her family, in the loving and wonderful care of the staff of St. Columbanus' Nursing Home in Killarney on Thursday morning last March 7th. Mary was a very friendly, quiet and caring person who enjoyed and loved her family and friends. Born and reared and spending all her life in Well Street Mary had numerous fond memories and indeed saw many changes in the close knit village over the decades. She married the love of her life James (Jimmy) in the late 50’s and they settled and continued to run the family Grocery shop in Well Street, for many years, during which time they also welcomed three daughters and a son making their family a

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SANtA cLAuS  photo A photograph with Santa and a little girl has been found in Market Street, Listowel. Santa is.holding a poster of Santa Claus in Ballylongford. If anybody has lost same please contact (068) 43938 or 087 9528919.

LyreAcroMpANe coMMuNIty  DeVeLopMeNt WeekLy Lotto reSuLtS 10/03/19 - Jackpot €4,400 Numbers 6 - 12 - 18 - 20 - No Winner €35 Patsy Loughnane Six Crosses €20 Micheál Dowd Chutehall Tralee Free Ticket Winners Joan Roche Carrigcannon  Seamus McMahon Duagh Claire Carmody Lyreacrompane  Pat Carmody Lyreacrompane Next week's Jackpot €4,550 Lyreacrompane Community Development thank you for your continued support Don't forget Music next Sat night 16th March at Roches Bar with Fiddlers Green. Sponsored by Lyreacrompane Community Development.

IrISh couNtry MuSIc coNcert All roads lead to Duagh Sports & Leisure Complex on Thursday 04th April 2019 for The Irish Country Music Concert presented by Mike Gardner of Country Corner - Clare FM.

A fantastic line up comprises The Ryan Turner Band, Louise Morrissey, Gerry Guthrie, Cathy Durkin. Doors open at 7.30pm with the concert starting at 8.30. Tickets €25 available from 087-2684540 or any committee member. DuAGh/Lyre coMMuNIty GAMeS U15 girls futsal: Best of luck to the u15 futsal team who play on Saturday in Duagh sports complex. U13 boys indoor soccer: Good luck to the U13 boys indoor soccer team who play Monday in Duagh sports and leisure complex. Draughts: Well done to everyone who participated in our draughts training. Last Monday night we had munching Monday; over 70 pieces of fruit were consumed and enjoyed by our participants.  Medals were given  to participants for  their continued effort each week  in learning valuable skills and we hope they return again next year but more importantly continue to use those skills and put them into practice at home. Those who were selected for teams will continue with training. Competition is on Sunday 31st March in Listowel community centre.  Steps to health: We are continuing with our steps to health campaign and you can follow our progress on Facebook Duagh/Lyre Community Games  DuAGh GrAVeyArD coMMIttee Annual Church Gate collection will be held on Sat 6 and Sun 7 of April. MoBILe LIBrAry The Mobile Library will be in Duagh on Wednesday 13th and 27th March. It will be at the National School from 9.45-10.15 and at the Family Resource Centre from 10.15-10.45. It will be at the Lyreacrompane Resource Centre from 3-3.45 on Thursday 14th and 28th March. DuAGh St. pAtrIck'S DAy pArADe The Duagh Development Association are hosting the very successful annual St Patrick's Day Parade again this year on Sun 17th March at 12.30pm. Any local businesses or associations or anyone with vintage cars or tractors etc  that would like to support and march in the parade can contact Sandra on 087 6718377 or Rita on 087 6618881. Registration will take place in the church car park from 12 noon, €20 entry fee to partake. A donation from this event will be given to Duagh church for renovation SocIAL DANcING cLouNMAcoN coMMuNIty ceNtre Social dancing classes with Josephine O'Connor begins at Clounmacon Community Centre on Thursday 21st March at 8.30pm. Dances include old time waltz, quickstep, jive and more. All are welcome.

Scor Congratulations to Sarah Neville Ahanagran who is a student at St Olivers Primary school in Ballylongford who won the Solo Singing section at The North Kerry Scor na bPaisti Competition which was held in The Marion Community Centre Moyvane on Sunday last. Sarah will now go on to represent her club, school and district at the County Scor na bPaisti Final which will be held on Saturday 6th April next cycLe AGAINSt SuIcIDe Will visit Listowel Monday 29th April and are looking for Homestay Hosts. Can you donate a bed for one night? CAS needs your help to accommodate this year’s cyclists and crew. If you live within a reasonable distance i.e. 20 mile radius from Listowel and can office a bed for 1 night along with a shower/bath facilities and a meal it would be greatly appreciated. Please contact: homestays@cycleagainstsuicide.com ‘It’s ok not to feel ok; and it is absolutely ok to ask for help’ INcLuSIoN of IteMS If you wish to submit items for inclusion in the Weekly notes please note that all items must be submitted by 8pm on Sunday evening prior to publication anything later will not guarantee that such items will appear. Items for inclusion can be emailed to either estuaryprint@eircom.net or estuarytrophies @gmail.com or contact Numbers (068) 43938 or 087 9528919

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Fidelma Trant of Trant's Pharmacy presenting first aid bags to St Senans GAA this week. St Senans would like to thank Fidelma and Trant’s Pharmacy for the generous support

Ben Carey Gaelscoil Lios Tuathail visiting An Naionra/Preschool with the trophy he won at the St Anne Basketball Blitz in Farranfore last Sunday

U13 Mixed Doubles - Ruadhan O Donovan, Annascaul & Jessica McLoughlin, Castleisland (winners), Maria Tritchler & Gearoid O Sullivan (runners up) Listowel Badminton Club at The Kerry Mixed Doubles Juvenile Championships

Daragh Kasey Gaelscoil Lios Tuathail with his friend Pierce Tubrinski. Daragh won a trophy for Tae Kwon Do at the ITA Fun Day in Tralee

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Mary & Grace Walsh and Rubymay Quilter pictured at the Féilí Rince O Riain Feis last Sunday in Limerick

U11 Mixed Doubles - James Burke & Grace McGovern, Castleisland (winners), Sinead Kelly and Oscar McElligott (runners up) Listowel Badminton Club at The Kerry Mixed Doubles Juvenile Championships

Ellie Boyle, Sliabh a' Mhadra NS Ballyduff, who won the Solo Singing in Scór na bPáistí in The White Sands, Ballyheigue on Saturday night

Kian Lyons and Kate Mulvihill who came 2nd in Mixed Doubles Plate on 9th March representing Moyvane Juvenile Badminton

Darragh Moriarty, Sliabh a' Mhadra NS, who won the Recitation in Scór na bPáistí in Ballyheigue on Saturday night.

Amy Carmody is ready to go at the Asdee Hunt on Sunday. Photo Moss Joe Browne

Ciara Powell of Cassie Leen's School of Dance with Jessica Weekes and Damien O'Mahony in Jumbo's after the Aras Mhuire Lip Sync in Listowel Community Centre. Ciara choreographed all the amazing performances on the night

Emmets 16s Girls had their first game of the season on Saturday March 9th, a friendly with Beale/Ballyduff. Great turnout and thanks to Beale/Ballyduff for agreeing to play

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cOLAiSte NA riOchtA Are the kerry SchOOLS Vex rOBOticS chAMPiONS!!

Congratulations to four 5th year students from Colaiste na Riochta Listowel, Michael Hennessy, Lee Loughlin, Mateusz Waloszek and Daniel Aherne on winning the Kerry Schools Vex Robotics competition in Tralee IT last week. VEX Robotics is an exciting and fun program where students learn about Science Technology Engineering and Maths (STEM) while having fun! They design, build, program and compete with their robot in a spectacular competition organised by Dell. Thank you to Mr. Pat O'Sullivan (Engineering teacher) and Ms. Elaine O'Connor (Computer Science teacher) for preparing the students for this competition.

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Kian Lyons Gaelscoil Lios Tuathail with his friend Sean Mulvihill from An Naíonra/ Preschool. Kian came 2nd in the Badminton mixed doubles U11 plate at the weekend

Cian Fitzgerald and John O Neill Ryan who were recent winners at open doubles draw tournament in Killarney representing Moyvane

Shane Tierney and Caroline Enright are keeping a close eye on proceedings before the start of the hunt at The Asdee on Sunday. Photo Moss Joe Browne

St. Michael’s College TY's took part in the VEX robotic competition held at IT Tralee Wednesday. The boys got to realise every young engineer’s dream by building their own robot, before putting it through its paces on an obstacle and task course. Well done to Mr. Collins and his class!

Saoirse Kasey Gaelscoil Lios Tuathail with her friend Anna Kennelly. Saoirse won a trophy for Tae Kwon Do at the ITA Fun Day in Tralee

Backstage at the Aras Mhuire Lip Sync in Listowel Community Centre last Saturday night, rocking out to Lizzy Lyons/Dolores O'Riordan

Group of teachers from North Kerry who recently took part in a PE workshop in Dromclough NS on Folk Dance for the Primary School by Kieran Quirke and Grace Crowley (right)

Thanks to James O’Donoghue, Kerry football Star who gave an inspiring talk on fitness to TY Students at Presentation Secondary Listowel on Friday last

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The Crotta Hurling Club was proudly represented in solo singing by Eoin Griffin, Sean nós dancing by Tony Dowling and music group Roisín Abeyta, Sarah Breen, Conor Brennan, Cillian Hussey and Thomas Breen at the The North Kerry Hurling Board Scór na bPáistí Finals in The White Sands Hotel, Ballyheigue on Saturday night 9th March

Ballyduff NS 6th class pupils - Winners of the Vex Robotics Challenge Competition in Kerry at Tralee IT on March 7th with teachers James Lyons & Olivia Buckley

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Attending their local hunt at Asdee on Sunday were Pierce O Sullivan with Brid Anne, Patrick and Darragh Long. Photo Moss Joe Browne

Listowel Community Games U13 girls indoor soccer team who competed in Duagh last weekend

U15 Mixed Doubles - Evan McCarthy, Annascaul & Deina Vesko, Listowel (winners), Sara Hayes and Ethan Tritchler (runners up) Listowel Badminton Club at The Kerry Mixed Doubles Juvenile Championships

The Kerry Badminton Special Tribute Night was held in Riverisland Hotel Castleisland Tuesday 05 March. The Kerry Division 4 Mixed League Badminton Cup is to be named after Michael Corridan Moyvane. Photograph shows Michael Corridan Moyvane being presented with the Michael Corridan Cup by Junior Griffin, Listowel

Last minute touch ups before the Jumbo's Lyp Sync act Tayler Heaphy and Damien O'Mahony

Well done to Knockanure who came 2nd in the Rince Seit at Scor na bPaisti last Sunday in Moyvane

Listowel Celtic under 10’s who played Castleisland in Georgie O’Callaghan Park Castleisland, last Saturday

Group from the St. Pio Devotions Prayer Group, Lixnaw, who attended a special screening this week of the film “We’ll rise at dawn” which was organised by Marian Pilgrimages. The film that was made in San Giovanni Rotondo last year is a beautiful story of two young boys who write a book about Padre Pio and as part of their research visit people that have known Padre Pio and witnessed his miracles.

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Shauna Carey from Listowel who won 1st in Tin Whistle and 2nd in Concertina at Sult na nÓg in Tralee recently

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LISTOWEL EMMETS

St. Patrick’s Day Parade: all those marching with Emmets should meet at 12.30 outside the Cash & Carry on the Bridge Rd. Scór na bpaistí: A big well done to all Emmets contestants in today’s North Kerry Scór na bpáistí. Trina B Kennedy came second in the Seán Nos dancing category with stiff competition while our music group equipped themselves well and are looking forward to next year already!! We wish our quiz team the very best of luck in the county finals in Glenbeigh on April 6th. Finally, a huge thank you to Jacinta Jessie Kennedy and Orla Keane who prepared the girls for today’s competition. We are all very proud of the girls efforts Emmets abú Last Man Standing Competition Details of our “Last Man Standing Competition” are available on all our social media outlets and website. Our 41 Card Drive has resumed and takes place every Wednesday night at 9pm in the Clubhouse. New players  are always welcome so please come along and bring a friend. Weekly  dancing continues at the clubhouse every Monday evening from 6.30pm. Please contact Monty Boyd if you are interested in taking part. Emmets Saturday Morning Club; kicks back into action on Saturday 23rd March at 10.30am in Frank Sheehy Park for all under 7,8,9,10 boys and girls from the Listowel Parish. Further details available from Conor Moriarty 0878375384 or Dan Browne 087 2369812 ABC Club welcomes all boys and girls born in 2013 & 2014 from the Listowel Parish in St. Michael’s Gym hall on Friday 22nd March at 5.30pm. Please contact Siobhan Mahony for further details 0876229900 RESULTS Credit Union County League Div 3 – Round 1 in Lispole: Emmets 2-9 V Lispole 0-6 Emmets travelled back West on Sunday last in the hope of picking up something from a Lispole side that lost only once at home in their last County League campaign. It was the home side that opened the scoring through Cathal O Sulleabhain and seemed to settle better in storm like conditions however just a minute later Ger McCarthy raised a green flag for the visitors to settle early nerves. O Sulleabhain and Sean Keane swapped scores respectively before Emmets captain Bryan Sweeney fired over a good individual score after fielding impressively from the kick-out. Sweeney’s midfield partner Cormac Mulvihill finished off another good move a minute later and Listowel were motoring well now. A pointed free from O Sulleabhain narrowed the gap to three before Sam Tarrant fired over for the away side to leave them four points up at the break. Half time score: Lispole 0-03 Emmets 1-04 Emmets came out of the blocks for the second half very strongly even though they were up against a gale force wind and rattled off 1-04 in the opening 15 minutes with points from the aforementioned Tarrant and Mulvihill, a David Keane brace and a well taken goal from Sean Keane. They controlled the second half well as Lispole found it difficult to get a foothold on the game and only picked up their final three scores in the last two minutes of play. Emmets management will be happy enough to pick up a win on their first day out and welcome a tough Firies side to Frank Sheehy Park in two weeks’ time. Final Score: Lispole 0-06 Emmets 2-09 FIXTURES: Minor County League Division 5 – Round 4 Emmets V St. Pat’s on Friday 15th March at 6pm in Frank Sheehy Park

LISTOWEL CELTIC

Draw 11/03/19 - Numbers Drawn 1-22-31-32 Jackpot €2,300 not won - Lucky Dips €40-Sean Culhane, Glin €40-Austin Cronin c/o An Post €20-Nicholas & Mary Kennelly, Moyvane €20-Marie Reen, Greenville €20-PJ O'Connor, An Post €20-Mick Hughes/Mick Keogh c/o Brosnans €20-Michael Brick c/o Jets €20-Dominic Scanlon (Promoter) Match 3-Eilish Lyons, Shrone Middle Next Draw 18/03/19 at Brosnans - Jackpot €2,400 Our under 10 Boys from the academy made the journey to Castleisland last Saturday. They were the visitors to the magnificent Georgie O'Callaghan Park and played the hosts Castleisland AFC in a number of matches. Our boys really excelled and enjoyed the games. Thanks to our coaches Ger and Seamie, also Robbie who helped out. Listowel Celtic will take part in this year's St Patrick's day parade on Sunday. It would be great to see all players, past and present, friends and supporters of the club on the day. We will assemble in the Community Centre car park at 12 noon. There will be no Academy training on Sunday. Anyone wishing to purchase a club bobble hat, can do so by contacting Liam Kelly 086 8623154

LISTOWEL ATHLETIC CLUB

Congrats to coaches Kevin Lynch and Donal Leahy who performed very well over the weekend on the track and roads. Donal won the Rathmore 4K road race on Saturday showing that age is no barrier and he is certainly in great form at the moment. Kevin was in Athlone at the National Indoor Masters and performed to his standards. Kevin ran 2 Pbs to win the 400m in a time of 52.8 secs and take silver in the 200 missing out on gold by 0.04 secs. Well done boys, leading the way.. All athletes should now be in full swing with National indoor championships and relays coming up in 4 weeks and our county championships in May where we hope to have a very big group to take on the best in the county. Next competition is for our younger age group of U9 to U12s at the County Juvenile 'B' Development Sports Hall Games in Milltown. This is for all new athletes and those athletes who have not won a county championship medal last year in the County. Coaching Well done to Rochelle, Mags, Liz, and Dylan on completion of Level 1 coaching course. This is a strong foundation of the club to have well capable coaches delivering good quality coaching to the athletes. Training We had a fantastic group training in An Riocht last Saturday morning. Athletes were put through their paces in sprints, Middle Distance, Long jump, Javelin and Speed bounce. Well done to all the athletes who attended this quality session. Please contact Kevin on 0879745341 or Margaret on 0863554244 for information on training and all new athletes are more than welcome to come along and try out the sport of athletics. Athletics’ Fixtures Sat 23rd Mar: County Juvenile 'B' Development Sports Hall Games, Milltown Sat 23/24th Mar: Juvenile National Indoor Championships - Day 1 / 2 Sat 6th Apr: Juvenile National Indoor Championships – Relays Some important Kerry fixtures April 12th Kerry Athletics Awards Night Kenmare. May 5th Day 1 T&F Juvenile County Championships U9 to U16 Castleisland May 6th T&F Junior/Senior/Masters Kerry County Championships Castleisland May 12th Day 2 Juvenile County T&F Championships U9 to U16 Castleisland

BALLYBUNION GOLF CLUB

Sunday 17th March – Eamon Allen Singles sponsored by Brendan Keane/Equal Heat– Old Course Ladies Tuesday Competition – Tuesday 5th March – Cashen Course 1st Meave Barrett (14) 35pts 2nd Martha Woulfe (36) 32pts 3rd Teresa Cronin (18) 31pts 4th Margaret McAuliffe (29) 30pts Fixtures: Tuesday 19th March Ladies Competition– Cashen Course Senior Men’s Competition – Thursday 7th March – Cashen Course 1st Michael Mulcaire (29) 25+7 32pts 2nd Brendan Daly (10) 29+2 31pts 3rd Michael P O’Farrell (22) 30pts 4th Billy Farrell (15) 30-1 29pts 5th Martin Lucey (19) 31-3 28pts B5-11 6th Michael Jones (18) 25+3 28pts B5-8 7th Barney McMahon (20) 22+6 28pts B5-7 8th Michael O’Callaghan (20) 27pts B3-9 Gross Sean Corcoran 22pts V Fin Broderick (17) 29-3 26pts S.V. Brendan O’Callaghan (14) 29pts Senior Ladies Competitions: Friday 15th March Senior Ladies Competition – Cashen Course

BEALE GAA

Beale seniors opened our account in the County League, Division 5A, on Sunday with a win over Ballyduff. Both teams have to be commended for braving the elements and serving up quality football in blustery, wintry conditions in Ballyduff. A very strong crossfield wind made play difficult and we seemed to have gotten its measure a little better, going into the interval with a three-point cushion. The very heavy, sodden underfoot conditions hindered flowing football and our opponents only managed one point, which came in the second half. Hailstones worsened conditions and we just added another three points in this half. The final score read: Beale 0-6, Ballyduff 0-1.  Our next game is on Sunday, March 24th, when we host Sneem-Derrynane in Ballybunion. In May, we play Tousist and Kenmare Shamrocks B. June is a busy month with games against Miltown-Castlemaine B, Scartaglin and Dingle B. Our final two games will be against Kerins O‘Rahillys B and Dr Crokes C in July.  We travel to Renard for our opening game in Group 2 of the County Junior Club Championship at the beginning of April. Asdee and Moyvane contest this group too. 

Beale minors made light work of Ardfert in Páirc de Staic in Division 4 of the County League on Saturday. Both teams served up delightful football in the opening twenty minutes with great teamwork and attacking and defensive play. However, our opponents tired coming up towards the short whistle and we were 3-2 to 0-6 to the good at half time. While picking off some great points, Ardfert were always on the back foot in the second half. We proved the stronger side and gials were definitely the order of the day. We ran out comfortable winners, making this two wins from two games. We travel to Currow on Saturday for a 3 o’clock throw-in and we host Fossa in Ballybunion at the end of March. We await details of our game with Annauscal/Lispole.  Our juniors will be in action in the North Kerry League, Division 3, on April 2nd. Other teams in this grouping are Moyvane, Ballydonoghue,  Castleisland Desmonds and Listowel Emmets.  Club Membership: €30. Player membership: €50; Minor player membership: €30. Get free club membership when you buy an Annual Lotto ticket from Beale GAA Club for €100 and be entered into the weekly lotto every week for a year. Annual Lotto tickets are now available.  Our first Membership Night went well and thank you to those who registered early. We will have our final membership registration night on Saturday, March 23rd, from 7.30pm to 8.30pm in the Community Centre. Please remember that only fully paid-up club members are eligible to vote at the AGM and be considered for any Kerry championship and All-Ireland match tickets which the club may acquire.  Congratulations to all who did the club proud in the North Kerry final of Scór Na bPáistí on Sunday in Moyvane. After winning Club of the Year last year, there were high expectations from our competitors going into the competition and they didn't disappoint! Beale were again crowned overall club, coming first in recitation, leiriú and figure dancing and second in ballad group. Well done to all our young competitors and mentors, Catriona Buckley, Betty Joyce and Finola Fogarty. Gaeltacht Scholarships are now available from the North Kerry Football Board. Aspiring young Gaelgóirs who are planning on a trip to the Dingle Gaeltacht this summer have an opportunity of funding their stay, compliments the GAA. Parents are invited to apply for the scholarship. Please contact Bríd on 087 6686027 or email secretary.beale.kerry@gaa.ie. Limited number available and scholarships awarded on a first come basis. 

KNOCKANURE GAA

There was no winner of the €3400 jackpot on Friday 8th March. Numbers drawn were 3, 17, 18, 20. Lucky dip winners of €25 each were  1. Anne Dillon, c/o Ploughman, Abbey 2. Noel O’Shea, Newcastlewest  3. James Shanahan, Kilbaha, Moyvane 4. Michael Flaherty, 12, Woodgrove,  5. David Harley, c/o John Barry Next weeks drawn on Friday 15th March with jackpot upto €3500. If any patrons wish to avail of Knockanure GAA Football Club Membership of €20 please pass monies and details onto Club officers before March 31st 

TRALEE GREYHOUNDS

Racing as normal this Tue night with first of 10 off at 6.58. On Fri night we have the semi finals of the Kingdom Stadium 325 yds stake. We have no racing next Sat night but race as normal on Sun Mar 17th with first of 8 SIS races off at  6.36. We are currently taking entries for the John and Mary Dowling memorial A1 current 570 yds starting on Mar 22nd, The coursing bred unraced NO 325 yds starting on Sat Mar 30th and the  Lee Strand A3 confined  550 yds starts on Apr 19th. Entries to racing office on 061 448057.

ASDEE GAA

CREDIT UNION COUNTY FOOTBALL LEAGUE. Asdee 1-10   Ballylongford  0-7. Played at O Rahilly Park Ballylongford saw the meeting of fellow Parshioners in rather difficult weather conditions that saw a strong gusty wind blow diagonally towards the Town goals and favoured the home side in the opening half. It was Bally who were laying down a marker during the first quarter and in fairness should have been much further ahead only for some terrible shooting  as the led 0-3; Brian Murphy, (2) and Ciarain O Connor without reply . However the visitors who were always working hard stepped up to the mark with Kieran Kelly after a good solo run from midfield split the uprights after 18mts. Sean Hanrahan put Bally a further point ahead before Asdee struck for what proved to be a crucial score when a ball decended in a crowded goalmouth and in first was Eoin Tydings to poke the ball to the net in the 20th minute. Leaving the score in favour of Asdee 1-2 to 0-4. Points were exchanged before the break; Ciarian O Connor for Bally while Mike Breen, Darragh Keane and Paul O Carroll for Asdee leaving the half time score; Asdee 1-4 Bally 0-5. The visitors now had the aid of that wind in this half and went about their business quickly with a top notch point from Sean Keane. Still Bally were hanging in there

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and Ciarain O Connor with 2 pointed frees brought it back to the bare minimum by the 6th minute. However Asdee began to play top class football for the remainder of the game and really outplayed their opponents who could never make inroads into a teak tough Asdee defence in which substitute Cyril Dineen excelled and holding the Bally attack scoreless in that period of time. Seane Keane, (2) Paul O Carroll, (2), Darragh Keane kicked some exceptional scores to register an impressive win. Teams and Scorers; Asdee; James Kelly, Brian Coughlan, Martin Collins, Con Carmody, Jack Keane, John Doran, Conor Keane, Kieran Kelly, 1pt, Darragh Keane, 1pt), Paul O Carroll, 3pts, (2f), Sean Keane, 4pts, Darren Russell, Mike Breen, 1pt, Eoin Tydings, 1gl, Eoin Kennedy. Subs; Cyril Dineen for Paul O Carroll, Shay Doran for Brian Coughlan. MINORS: Our Minors are doing well in the County League Division 3, “B”and after 2 games are on top of their group. This year Ballydonoghue threw in their lot with Ballylongford and Asdee and will be known as( ABB).Their first game was against Castlegregory at O Rahilly Park, Ballylongford. Final Score (ABB)  5-13 Castle 1-10 In their second game they travelled to Beaufort. Final score Beaufort 1- 11 (ABB) 4-5. SCOR. It was a busy weekend in the world of Scor in the parish with both the North Kerry Finals of Scor Na bPaisti which is for National School Children along with the County Finals of Scor Sinsear Quiz going ahead. Asdee were well represented at the North Kerry Finals of Scor Na bPaisti which took place in the Marian Hall, Moyvane on  Sunday last taking part in 6 out of the 8 catagories; Figure Dancing; Clodagh Sheehy, Moira O Connor, Roisin Fogarty, Katie Keane, Orla McElligott, Chloe Brennan, John Collins, Maggie Mulvihill. Instrumental Music, Clodagh Sheehy, Aoibhin Lynch, Deirbhile O Carroll, Ella Picket, Orla McElligott. Solo Singing, Eamon O Connor, Recitation, Niamh Daly, Leiriu, Aoibhin Lynch, Saoirse Duffy, Eamon O Connor, Deirbhile O Carroll, Niamh Daly, Sean Hayes, Darragh Mulvihill, Sophie Collins. At the end of a great days entertaintment even though we didn’t have a winner the 17 children from Asdee did the Club proud. Niamh Daly did come second in the Recitation but failed to qualify. At the County Finals of Scor Sinsear Trath Na gCeist held in the Centre Of Excellence, Currow on Friday evening last Asdee were represented by Kathleen Carmody, Mary Alice Walsh, Kevin Mulvihill and Eoin Kennedy doing very well and finishing in a mid table position.

ASDEE ROVERS

Draw 6/3/19 - Numbers Drawn 2 - 10 -19 - 20   Jackpot €3,350 not won - Lucky Dip winners  €25 - Mike Long Asdee East  €25 - Christina O Carroll  Asdee East  €25 - Teresa Carmody Ahanagan Ballylongford  Next Draw 20/3/19 at Jack J's Bar - Jackpot €3,400 Thanks for supporting Asdee Rovers

BALLYDONOGHUE GAA

CLUB LOTTO: Last week’s club lotto took place at  The Thatch Bar numbers drawn were 1, 3, 14, 20. There was no jackpot winner. Winners of the lucky dips were as follows, Damien O' Carroll, Online. Edward Joseph Kennelly, Kiltean Nancy Keane, Glouria. Rachel Kennelly, Gloria. Geraldine, Erin and Diane Flavin, Mevoo. Free Tickets were as follows, Sinead Larkin c/o Michael Mc Namara  Thomas Deenihan, Moybella. Elizabeth Mason, Kilgarvan.. Next week’s draw, for a jackpot of €3,100 will take  place in Tomaisins Bar@ 10:30 on Friday night. MEMBERSHIP: Last call for club membership as it is now due. Only members who have renewed their membership before March 27th will be considered for any Championship tickets that may become available to the Club in 2019. SCOR NA BPAISTI: Scór na bpaisti was held in Moyvane 10th March in Moyvane. A wonderful day of to talent was on display. Ballydonoghue were represented in Solo Singing by Eliza O Donnell. Instrumental music group was Jack Purcell, Eliza O' Donnell, Tom Foley, Sinead Barry and Grace Whelan. SEAN NÓS dancing   was Sinead Costello.Set dancing Ella Dalton, Grace Foley, Ruth Foley, Eliza o Donnell, Sinead Costello, Sinead Barry, Niamh Mulvihill and Edel Delane. Well done to everyone who took part are repesented our Club. Our instrumental group came 2nd on the day and our Set dancer were victorious.They go on now to the county semi final in Castleisland on Saturday 23rd March commencing at 4pm. We wish all our dancers the very best of luck in the next round RESULTS: Division 3 - 1st Round Ballydonoghue V Milltown/Castlemaine took place in Coolard on Sunday the 10th March. The team lined out as follows-Darragh O' Shea,  Liam Guiney,  Tommy Kennelly (Captain),  Billy Foley,  Jason foley,  Jack Gogarty,  Michael Foley,  Brian O' Seanachain,  Jack Behan,  Kevin 0' Donnell,  Brian Mason,  Paul Kennelly (0-2),  Darragh Sheehy (1-0),  Jack Kennelly(0-6).  Substitutes: Michael Foley - Martin O' Mahony- Michael Foley,  Kevin O' Donnell - Jack Foley (0-1),  Jack Kennelly- Martin O' Mahony.  Final Score in the game at full time was Ballydonoghue 1-9 v Miltown 0-9 NORTH KERRY LEAGUE DIVISION 1 SEMI FINAL- Ballydonoghue v Tarbert takes place on Sunday the 17th of March @ 12 in Ballylongford. 

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MINOR DIVISION 3B: Ballydonoghue/ Asdee / Ballylonford v Keirns O' Rahillys @ 1pm Saturday the 16th March in Ballylongford. 

KNOCKNAGOSHEL GAA

Fixtures and results: County League Division 5: Knocknagoshel began the 2019 County League with a hard fought victory over Moyvane at Knocknagoshel GAA pitch on Sunday afternoon. Knocknagoshel led 1-6 to 0-8 at half time with Edmond Walsh getting the goal from a penalty in the 16th minute. Martin Stack kicked three points for Moyvane at the start of the second half but Edmond Walsh kept the home side in touch with some long range frees. The sides were level with five minutes remaining when a high ball was fisted to the net to give the home side the victory.  Final score: Knocknagoshel 2-10 Moyvane 0-13 Knocknagoshel's next fixture is against Kilgarvan in a preliminary round of the Novice Championship.  This game is fixed for Legion pitch in Killarney at 2.30pm on Monday 18th March. Minor County League Division 2: Knocknagoshel/Brosna/Duagh minor team played Kenmare in Brosna on Saturday afternoon.  Kenmare had the better of the early exchanges and led 0-2 to 2-5 at the midpoint of the first half with John McCarthy and Cian Hanley getting the goals.  The home side responded when Jimmy Kelly got on the end of a free kick to palm the ball to the net. Another goal by Mike Keane and two points by John Bell left just two points between the sides at half time. Tom Murnane extended the visitors lead to 3 points at the start of the second half before Conor Lane ran through the heart of the Kenmare defence to finish to the net. Kenmare responded with points from Cian Hanley, Tom Murnane and Pearce O'Brien but the local side stayed in the game with points from Danny Moriarty and Jimmy Kelly.   In the fourth minute of injury time the home side were awarded a free which John Bell kicked from 40 yards to level the game.   Final score Knocknagoshel/Brosna/Duagh 3-8 Kenmare Shamrocks 2-11   Knocknagoshel/Brosna/Duagh minors will play Gneevguilla in the next round .  This game is fixed for Gneevguilla at 4pm on Saturday 16th March. Lotto: The lotto draw for a jackpot of €8,200 was held in Moynihans Bar on Saturday night. The numbers drawn were 23,24,26,32.  There was no winner of the jackpot.  The five lucky dips of €30 each were won by  Patrick Enright, Laccanoneen, Brian James, Duagh, Eleanor Deenihan, Knocknasna, Nell McAuliffe, Knocknagoshel and Michael and Sile Hartnett, Abbeyfeale.  The next draw will be for a jackpot of €8,300 and will be held in O’Connors bar on Saturday 6th April.   Tickets are available from Kierans XL, Supervalu Abbeyfeale, the local bars and usual sellers.   Our club lotto can also be played online by following the link on www.knocknagoshel.gaa.ie Scor na bPaisti: The District Final of Scor na bPaisti took place in Knocknagoshel Community Centre on Saturday night.  Knocknagoshel Ballad group and Instrumental music group qualified for the County semi-final. Coiste Na nOg: A very successful registration day was held for underage players on Sunday. Any parents of underage players that were unable to attend on the day are asked to contact Liam Bell as soon as possible.

BALLYHEIGUE GOLF CLUB

The Spring League will begin on Sun March 24th. In a change to previous years, teams of 5 players will be selected by way of a draw. Players will be seeded as per their handicap for the draw. There will be 5 Single Stableford qualifying rounds, from Mar 24th to April 21st, with the top 3 scores from 5 counting each Sun. The top 4 teams will qualify for the final on April 28th. There will be no matchplay section this year. Scores will be reset for the final and the format will be the same as the qualifying rounds except that 4 out of the 5 scores will count for the final. You can enter your name for the Spring League on masterscoreboard. Draw for teams will take place on March 20th.

BALLYLONGFORD GAA

Lotto Draw Friday 8th March at Kennelly's Jackpot €7250 - Numbers Drawn 2.19.20.32. No Winner - Lucky Dips €20  Sean & Mags O'Sullivan Well Road Trish Flavin Rusheen Paddy Kennelly Lislaughtin 3 Free Lotto Tickets Peg Moloney Tullahinell Bar Prize Joe Nash Well Street  Thank you for your Support.

Walk Path - The walk path around the field is open to the public and we welcome everyone in the locality to use it,the track is approximately 550 metres in length so 2 laps is just over a kilometre and 3 laps is just over a mile,what we would ask is that people become a member of the Club to be covered by the clubs insurance as we have been informed walkers will not be covered by public liability insurance and will do so at own risk. There are two options available.Full membership which will give voting rights and putting forward motions at meetings and entry for All Ireland tickets that Kerry are involved in,or Social membership for €20 which will go towards lighting costs and upkeep as well as insurance cover. Closing date for full membership is 31st March.

Ballylongford GAA social will take place on Saturday 6th of April at Listowel Arms Hotel with Tickets priced at €30 the meal will be served at 7.30p.m sharp. A presentation will be made to the 1968 North Kerry Championship winning team on the night along with our Senior team who won last years North Kerry Senior League. Senior County League: Ballylongford 0-7 Asdee 1-10 Division 5 of the County League kicked off with a home game against neighbours Asdee which was played in rather difficult conditions in O'Rahilly Park. Ballylongford playing with the aid of the wind were on top in the early exchanges and were four points to no score ahead by the 16th minute with Bryan Murphy 2 Ciaran O'Connor 1 and Sean Hanrahan getting on the scoreboard.Asdee who were defending in numbers forced several turnovers and countered attacked at every opportunity with Kieran Kelly opening their account in the 18th minute two more scores in quick succession saw them going into the lead firstly a Mike Breen point was followed by a goal from Owen Tydings after a goalmouth scramble in the 20th minute.Darragh Keane and Paul Carroll added two further points for Asdee with Ciaran O'Connor getting the final score of the half leaving the half time score. Ballylongford 0-5 Asdee 1-4. Sean Keane who kicked four second half points opened the scoring with a point in the1st minute to put Asdee three clear,Ciaran O'Connor replied immediately for Bally with a point and added a further point three minutes later to leave the minimum between the sides.Asdee who were strong in defence continued that form for the remainder of the half while adding on a further five points making them deserving winners on the day.Ballylongford could possibly have kicked over a couple of late free's but opted to go for goal but the Asdee defence held firm to collect the points on offer. Next up is a home game to Cromane on Sunday week. Referee John Ross. Team: Shane Sullivan. Padraig O'Neill. James O'Connor. Michael Tydings. Joe McCarthy. Matt Connor. Paul Murphy. Tadhg McEllistrim. Sean Hanrahan 0-1. Kenneth Foley. Jack Mulvihill. Darren Murphy. Eoin O'Connor. Ciaran O'Connor 0-4. Bryan Murphy 0-2. Subs Thomas Doherty for Darren Murphy. Conor Carmody for Paul Murphy. Eamon McElligott for Kenneth Foley inj. Michael Holly. Michael Lynch. Ronan Carmody. Gavin Stack. 

MOYVANE GAA

CLUB LOTTO: There was no winner of this weeks Jackpot of €11,800. Numbers drawn were 2, 4, 17 and 24. Lucky Dips of €40.00 each: 1. Pat Griffin, Coolkeragh 2. Aisling O' Connor, Aughrim 3. Liam Corridan, Murhur 4. Breanna, Mia & Conor Heffernan, 21 Bruach na Gaile, 5. Tom Condon, Aughrim Next weeks Jackpot is €11,900 and the draw will be held in Speedy's Bar on Monday, March 18th at 10pm.  SCL Division 5 Round 1 Result:  Knocknagoshel 2-10 Moyvane 0-13. Great effort by the team, just unlucky on the day. Keep up the hard work!  Minor Football Team Result - Round 3 of the County League Tarbert/Moyvane 1-08 -v- Sneem/Derrynane 3-14 OFFICIAL MERCHANDISE: Moyvane GAA On Line Shop is now live at www.oneills.com ...Kids and Adults sizes available   for Jerseys, Shorts, Tshirts, Tops, Hoodies, Jackets, Caps, Bags, Socks and more.

ST. SENANS GAA

St Senans GAA Lotto results - Results 10th March 2019 Jackpot €7,200 - No Jackpot winner Numbers drawn: 9, 16, 21, 26. Luck Dip Winners €30 Timmy McKenna | €30 Thomas Costello €20 Tristan Goggin | €20  Rachel McKenna  Bottle of whiskey : Fintan Leahy Next week Jackpot €7,300 Your support is appreciated. Result: Senior Co League St Senans 0-04 Listry 0-09 Minor Co League St Senans 2-09 Fossa 4-11 Yearly Lotto: St Senans yearly lotto is now due and club sellers will be calling in the next two weeks to collect, anybody wishing to join the yearly lotto contact club officers. Membership: Membership is now due for 2019 all players, selectors and officers must be members. Scor Na bPaisti Results  Sean Nos Dancing-1st place St Senans Alannah Moroney Ballad Group. 1st place St Senans Katie Egan, Leona Griffen, Katie Trant, Ciara Fallon and Mean Kennelly. Solo Singing 2nd place Ciara Fallon Both Sean Nos Dancing and Ballad Group will represent St Senans in the county semi final in Castleisland Sat 23rd March. Well done to all who took part and Eilish Walsh Scòr officer

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north kerry gaa secretary Mairead O’sullivan Mobile: 086 3689061 | Email: osullivan_mairead@yahoo.com North kerry LeAGueS 2019 Sponsored by McCarthy Insurance Listowel Division 1  Semi Finals  - Sunday 17th March 2019, 12 Noon E.T Tarbert v Ballydonoghue - Venue O Rahilly Park, Ballylongford.  St Senans v Listowel Emmets - Venue Bob Stack Park Ballybunion  Final Div 1: Sunday 19th May time & venue TBC

TIME TO RE-BOOT YOUR FOOTBALL BOOTS!! Listowel Emmets, Emmets Ladies and Coiste N nOg  are looking to gather up any unused football boots and pass on to our younger players in time for the ABC Club and Saturday Morning Club which starts up again 22/23 March 2019.  Therefore, we are asking all households if they have any unused football boots that can donated to the Club.  If so, please can you drop into either Scoil Realta na Maidine Boys School or Presentation Primary girls school by Tuesday 19 March 2019.  Sizes of boots collected will then be noted and posted on Facebook. Parents/players are then invited to come along to the Clubhouse on Friday 22nd March and pick up a pair of boots, first come first served! We greatly appreciate your support. Any queries please text  Conor on 087 837 5384 or Orla 087 784 9759

Semi Finals Div 2  - Saturday 16th March 2019 @ 4pm  Venue: TBC Duagh and Asdee Final Div 2: Sunday 19th May time & venue TBC - Knockangoshel v Winners Duagh or Asdee North kerry JuNIor LeAGueS Groupings - an open draw of all teams took place at March Delegate Meeting on Monday night last  15/13 a side (where teams have agreed prior to commencement of competition). Division 3 Groupings: Moyvane B | Castleisland Desmonds B | Ballydonoghue B | Listowel Emmets B | Beale B Div 4A: Ballydonoghue C | Brosna B | Finuge B | Ballylongford B | Ballyduff B | St Senans B Div 4B: Duagh B  | Clounmacon  | Knockanure | Tarbert B  | Listowel C  ScÓr NA BpAIStí The North Kerry Football Board finals of Scór na bPaisti sponsored by Hanrahans All Star Bar Moyvane took place in the Marian Hall Moyvane on Sunday last March 10th, with 9 clubs from the district participating in this years event. It was a great afternoons entertainment with a very high standard of competition across all eight categories. Many Thanks to all the children who took part and also to there teachers, mentors and parents. The Following now go on to represent North Kerry Football in the County Semi Final which takes place in St Johns Hall Castleisland on Saturday March 23rd starting at 4 pm and we wish them the very best of luck ! Solo Singing: Ballylongford - Sarah Neville Recitation: Beale - Thanh Creed Ceol Uirlise: Finuge - Emma Rose Galvin, Daivhin Laide, Mikey Fealy, Siun Cronin Ballad Group: St Senans - Ciara Fallon, Leona Griffin, Kate Egan, Meabh Kennelly, Katie Trant Leiru: Beale - Lee Meehan, Annabel Walsh, Robert Hennessy, Ava Joyce, Mary-Kate Wall, Thanh Creed, Katie Joyce, Kevin Cullen Rince Foirne: Beale - Aoibhenan Buckley, Katie Joyce, Emma O' Neill, Kayleigh Parrish, Síne Fogarty, LaylaKate Buckely, Ava Joyce, Emily Cullen Sean Nos Dancing: St Senans - Allanah Moroney Rince Set: Ballydonoghue - Ella Dalton, Grace Foley, Sinead Barry, Niamh Mulvihill, Edel Dillane, Eliza O' Donnell, Ruth Foley, Sinead Costello GAeLthAcht SchoLArShIpS Gaelthacht Scholarships are now available from the North Kerry Football Board. There will only be 6 allocated on a first come basis. Reply by club secretary email only to osullivan_mairead@yahoo.com 

Moyvane Juvenile Badminton Group at the Juvenile Tournament in Killarney on 2nd March

EMMETS LADIES U10S SMASH 5K TEAM CHALLENGE Listowel Emmets U10 girls began their 2019 football season training indoors on the 19th January. Each week the girls completed a lap of the town park as park of their training program. Their management team set a 5k Team Challenge for the girls to complete on their last session. It consisted of 3 laps of the Town Park which the girls successfully completed last Saturday 9th March. Twenty nine girls geared up and braved the blustery conditions to smash the challenge. It was a fantastic enjoyable morning with all girls being presented with certificates and goodie bags afterwards for their superb efforts. It was a wonderful achievement and all the girls did themselves and their coaches proud. We would like to extend a huge thank you to all their parents and family members who came out in their droves to support the girls, Listowel Community Centre for facilitating the presentation and the Park Run coordinators for working so cooperatively with us each week. We will break next Saturday 16th March and commerce outdoor training on Saturday 23rd March from 10:3012 in Frank Sheehy Park. New Players are always welcome. 

VoteS of SyMpAthy Buckley Family Duagh, Mackessy Family Tarbert/Finuge, Kennelly Family Ballyduff/Ballylongford, O Donoghue Family Asdee, Murphy Family Ballybunion, Blake Family Ballybunion, Costello Family Asdee, Moloney Family Listowel, Harttnet and McElligott Families Listowel/Ballylongford. Stack Family Ballylongford, Kennedy Family Lixnaw, Mulvihill Family Moyvane, Griffin Family Ballydonoghue, Moriarty Family Ballydonoghue, Williams Family Ballydonoghue, Kennelly family Ballydonoghue, Fitzell Family Asdee, Cavangh Family Ballylongford. Reidy/Kennelly Family Ballylongford.

Locals waiting for the Asdee Hunt to start last Sunday were Patrick and Joe O Connor with Liam O Flaherty and Eamon Edwards. Photo Moss Joe Browne

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THE MEAnIng Of LIfE We often hear people say "I am a good person, I never did any person any harm. l'm not perfect but l know a lot of people who are much worse than I am. l wouldn't put myself in their category , l think I deserve to go to heaven. I always do my best." That used to be my way of thinking before I got my eyes opened. In Paul's letter to the Romans chapter 3 verse 23 it clearly says "all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God." That knocked me right off my high horse!!!Through reading sacred Scripture I came to understand that when Adam sinned he acted as the representative for all humanity. So that means we are all born with a sin nature. We call it original sin. In Jeremiah chapter 17 verse 9 we are told "The heart is more deceitful than all else, and is desperately sick. Who can understand it?". In other words we're all capable of doing good and bad. We are a complicated mixture but have a deep issue called sin at the core of our being. So, where does that leave us? what now? Are we doomed by our sinful nature? Thank God for the Good News. Because God loves us so much He sent Jesus to die in our place. By doing this our sinful nature was crucified with Christ.That means that anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person. The old life has gone .A new life has begun 2 Corinthians 5:17.That's the best news we can ever hear. Jesus alone by His death on the cross makes us good enough and deserving of Heaven. Can I invite you to join me Sundays 11am at Listowel Christian Fellowship? Yours sincerely. Bridie(Dillon)Hartney

bIngO fundRAIsER In bALLyLOngfORd In The Parish Hall on Saturday 23rd March after 7pm Mass. All are very welcome!!

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.w.

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. P.d.

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Oh, most beautiful flower of Mount Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of Heaven. Blessed Mother of the Son of God; Immaculate Virgin, assist me in my necessity. Oh, Star of the Sea, help me and show me you are my Mother. Oh, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succour me in my necessity. (Mention your request here) There are none that can withstand your power. Oh, Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee (3 times). Sweet Mother, I place this cause in your hands (3 times). Amen This prayer is never known to fail. It is to be said for 3 consecutive days. Publication on granting of the favour must be promised and done. f.C.C.

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. s.M.

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. P.d.

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. P.d.

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