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Friday 8th October 2021 Vol. 14 Issue 16


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Dara O’Cinnéide making his Communion in Listowel last weekend

Sadhb presenting Mrs. Browne with a plaque from the school pupils at Dromclough NS as she retired on October 1st

L-R: Mike Foley, Diane, Eoin & Donal Foley at The Ballylongford Blacksmith Fair on 26th September. Photo By jkphotography

The Student Body of Presentation Primary School who met for their first Student Council meeting this week

Lixnaw native Andrew Sheehy looking very relaxed while enjoying the Coursing at Kilflynn. Photo Moss Joe Browne

Congratulations to the Sheridan siblings Ronan (gold), Kate (silver) and Luke (pewter) who represented Duagh/Lyre and Kerry Community Games last recently at National finals in Carlow. Pictured here with proud parents Ferghal and Norma

Well done to the first year students of St. Michael’s College who took part in a school Mass in St. Mary’s Church, Listowel, celebrating the feast of St. Michael, and officially welcoming everyone to the college

Ógie O’Keeffe Ahabeg Middle Lixnaw, who received Confirmation in St Michaels Church Lixnaw on Wed 29th September, pictured with his Brothers Ciarán and Tadhg. Photo by Liam Kelly Photography

Kyle Curran Ballygologue Park who received his 1st Holy Communion in St Marys Church Listowel last Sat, pictured with Dad Chris & Mom Mary. Photo by Liam Kelly Photography

Finuge / St. Senans U8s at their last training of the season

Kilconly Confirmartion at St Johns Church Ballybunion on Thursday 30th Sept included are Laura Horgan and Fr. Sean Hannafin. Photo by Marie Rohan

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Sadhbh Daughton who got her Crotta medal off Kerry’s Shane Nolan at their last training

Bridie McCarthy (Lixnaw), Agnes Heaphy (Listowel) & Joan Buckley (Finuge) on a stroll through The Market, during the recent Race Week. Photo Seán Doyle

Finuge / St. Senans U10s at their last training session of the year

Finuge Under 11’s who had their end of season party last Sunday when they went Splatballing in Tralee. Kerry Minor Manager James Costello made a surprise appearance to present the Boys with medals. Photo by Liam Kelly Photography

Aoibhinn Daly from the Gaelscoil Lios Tuathail who made her Communion on October 2nd

Finuge / St. Senans U6s at their last training of the year

Congrats to Duagh/Lyre Community Games participant Luke Sheridan on winning the pewter medal in the u16 high jump at National finals in Carlow recently

Supporting the Paudie Casey remembrance car run at Ballyheigue on Saturday were Niall O Connell from Abbeydorney with his daughters Roisin and Saoirse. Photo Moss Joe Browne

Patrick Sheehan Martin (Glin & Bermuda) flanked by the Nolan family (Dysert, Lixnaw); Toby and Lorraine, with kids Tom & Kate - just out of the “hurdy gurdies” during Race Week. Photo Seán Doyle

6-month-old Isabella McElligott, captured while touring the funfair with mum Linda (Ballybunion & Dublin), in Market St. Listowel during Race Week. Photo Seán Doyle

Lorraine Slattery from Ballyduff with her sons Callum and Ben enjoying a lovely Saturday afternoon at Kilflynn Coursing. Photo Moss Joe Browne

Danny Enright (Gurtcreen), Marie Carr (Gortnaminch) and Anna Enright, with 5-yearold Aodhán Carr (& his winnings) at the amusements last week. Photo Seán Doyle

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CAROLINE’S DÓTERRA ESSENTIAL OILS CAROLINE’S POD OF POSITIVITY Welcome to our weekly column and our Pod of Positivity. It is here you will find little tips, tools and information that help to maintain a life of health, wellness, love, and gratitude while incorporating dóTerra’s powerful essential oils into your daily routine. Putting You First on a Path of Vitality and Wellness? There is no better time of year than the months of Autumn to take that first step to a path of vitality and wellness with dóTerra’s Lifelong Vitality Programme, which will improve your health & well-being. Our lifelong health and vitality can depend on many factors such as our diet, physical activity, rest, weight management, stress management etc. Some of these variables may be beyond our control, but there are certain choices that we can make in our lives which will allow us to nourish our minds and our bodies and live that long life full of vitality. While there is no complete replacement for a healthy diet and exercise program, today’s world does not provide all the essential nutrients that our bodies need to stay healthy, maintain energy levels and prevent premature ageing. So that is why I want to introduce you to ‘The Lifelong Vitality Program’ from dóTerra, which makes taking that first step on the path towards vitality and wellness extremely easy, convenient, and affordable.


Do you want to stay local this year? Then look no further than Kerry College. Kerry College is the Republic of Ireland’s first integrated College of Further Education and Training with campus locations in: Clash Road, Denny Street, Monavalley, Cappanalea and Listowel. Kerry College offers courses for progression, courses for employment and apprenticeships. Late applications are welcome for our 2021/2022 academic year, but hurry up as there are limited spaces available on all our courses. In our Kerry College Listowel campus, which is located a short walk on Upper Church Street, we offer a broad range of full-time courses, ranging from Business with Marketing/Administration, Medical Administration, Early Childhood Education, Animal Care, Hairdressing to Photography! Did you know that some of our courses can be used as a stepping stone to 3rd level courses, for example our Animal Care course is a great stepping stone into Veterinary Nursing? Kerry College Listowel campus is proud to introduce two new courses for the coming year. We are now running a QQI Level 3 course in General Learning and a QQI Level 4 course in Information and Communications Technology. These pathway courses will enable you to progress to Level 5 and also employment. Kerry College is more accessible than ever! No matter what your starting point is, you will find your future with us. With no tuition fees and over 180 courses to choose from in our five campus locations – you really need look no further as there is something for everyone. Limited spaces available so hurry up and apply today. Begin your journey with us! For all course specifics and full enrolment details visit or for more information, call our Admissions Office at 066 71 49696 or email

The pack contains supplements that are meant to be taken daily to maintain that healthy lifestyle. They are full of essential nutrients, and their primary benefits are to provide us with general wellness, energy metabolism, bone health, stress management, immune function, cardiovascular health, antioxidant and DNA protection, healthy hair, skin, nails, eye, brain and nervous system, liver function, digestive health, lung, and respiratory health. These daily supplements are gentle on the tummy, they do not contain genetically modified material, and are dairy-free & contain vegan-friendly ingredients. When you are ready to take that first step in your path to lifelong vitality, I will be happy to assist and help you and give you the private support from our Pod of Positivity. Having used LLV myself over the last number of months, it certainly has helped me with increased energy, stronger immunity, and improved mental focus. DóTerra’s essential oils can be used in three different ways: Topically – applying them to your skin with or without a carrier oil. Aromatically – by placing two to three drops into a cold-water diffuser and diffusing them in your homes, classrooms, offices, salons, or places of work / business. The third way to use the oils is internally – by adding them to your favourite food, waters, or drinks, or simply by putting one drop under the tongue daily. The oils are a natural solution to care for your needs and your family’s health needs. They can support you with many of the following that you may experience from time to time, such as: Anxiety, Digestive Support, Sleep Assist, Muscle Care, Stress Buster, Depression, Grief, Energy Boost, Skin Support, Immunity Boost, Allergy Assist and so much more. You can contact me for more information on any of the above and I will be happy to assist you in your journey of health and wellbeing with dóTerra’s essential oils.


Education Minister and Kerry TD Norma Foley welcomes the announcement of €169,000 in funding for Kerry Parents and Friends Association through the Strengthening Disability Services Fund. This one-off grant is to provide targeted support to reform disability services, build the capacity of disability organisations and to improve the quality of life of those who rely on these services. The fund will be used in a variety of ways, including the development of facilities, progressing wellbeing programmes, provision of counsellor/ psychotherapy services as well as other essential projects. Kerry Parents and Friends Association is awarded the grant funding to redevelop their Approved Housing Body. Minister Foley said: “I welcome this funding which will provide a major boost for Kerry Parents and Friends Association – who provide such vital services throughout Kerry.”


For extra positivity and well-being, check out our Facebook page where we have information and videos on all dóTerra’s essential oils, including Master Brody’s Monday Night Lives which are proving extremely popular and helpful with our younger generation. Our newly addition of Caroline’s Fashion Fix every Friday night is also very uplifting and promotes positive body attitude and wellbeing to all of us ladies with clothing from the French label Captain Tortue. Should you wish to view the catalogue, let me know and I will send it to you by email.

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Until next time, I leave you with our thought for the week, ‘Move into Life, Look, Feel, Live, Younger – Longer’

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Welcome to San Rita Wellness weekly column…

Are you still as motivated now in October as you were in the in January? Think back to the first week in January you were probably highly motivated and looking forward to all the changes you were going to make to improve your overall health and well being. What changes did you make on the first week in January? Are those changes still as relevant to you now in October? * Making healthier food choices * Becoming more active * Drink lots of water * Improving your sleep pattern

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Are you still ticking all the boxes or have you eased off with your efforts? Keeping a journal of the changes you are making is another way of keeping yourself accountable and on track. Research proves that people who write and keep track of the above things feel far more confident and in control of their weight and wellness. There are **several ways to keep track of the changes that you need to keep doing such as writing into a diary/journal or using an app on your mobile phone .These all help to to be aware and accountable for the improvements you are making in your lifestyle. Why is it good to write things down? When you write things down it makes you more aware of exactly what you want to do. It also makes you more committed to following it through. You are also more organized and it puts a plan of action in place. Does writing things down help you feel better? It’s simply just writing down your thoughts and feelings to understand them more clearly. And if you struggle with stress, depression, or anxiety, keeping a journal is a great idea. It can help you gain control of your emotions and improve your mental health. How can writing things down help you be more committed? By writing things down you can check or review your progress on whether you are achieving your goals. This should be done on a monthly, weekly and daily basis. Be realistic on the goals you want to achieve. Setting an unrealistic goal that does not fit into your own personal lifestyle may not be achievable and leave you feeling like you have failed. What can we learn from writing things down? By writing things down we can learn more about ourselves. We can identify our strengths and our weaknesses and be more aware of what we are good at and what we need to improve on. It would create an opportunity to identify where our threats lie and how we avoid them. How can writing things down keep you accountable? At San Rita Wellness we encourage our members to keep a tracker or journal of their daily food intake. By writing it down they are more aware, mindful and accountable. When our members check in for their weekly weigh in they are not alone accountable to someone else but they are also focused and motivated. For extra support and for weekly accountability check us out on Facebook San Rita Wellness or for details of our “ At Home Service “ or our “ One to One Service “. NB - Our weekly “ In Person Meetings “ will reopen in Listowel Community Centre and Ballybunion Health and Leisure Centre from Wednesday 27th of October and every following Wednesday.


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Past Captain’s Trophy Winner Pat Mulvihill at Ballybunion Golf Club


Mrs. Browne with her last class, Senior Infants, at Dromclough NS before her retirement on Friday 1st October

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BALLYLONGFORD CHURCH ARRANGEMENTS The attendance arrangements at both Saturday evening Vigil and Sunday morning Masses at St Michael the Archangel Church in Ballylongford for this coming weekend are as follows: 7pm Vigil mass on Saturday evening next 9th October an invitation is extended to the people from the townlands of: Group 2: Lenamore, Shrone, Gurteenacloona, Buneradee, Dromlivaune, Coolnagraigue, Lislaughtin, Gurtard, Martara, Killelton, Carrigafoyle, Carrig Island, Clounamon to attend please. Mass on Saturday evening will be offered for the Anniversaries of Kitty & Gerard Foley, Kilcolgan, Tarbert. Sunday morning next 10th October at 10.30am an invitation is issued to the people from the townlands of: Group1: Main St., Well St., Quay St., Bridge St., Radharc na hAbhann, Rusheen, Rusheen Park, Ballyline, Ahanagran, Glounanee and Ballymackessy please. Mass on Sunday morning will be offered for the Anniversaries of the deceased members of Lynch Family, School Road & Ann Cussen R.I.P. The attendance arrangements for Masses in St Mary’s Church in Asdee will continue on Thursday morning at 10am and also week-end mass at 9.30am on Sunday mornings so on next Sunday morning 10th October the people of the townlands of: Group 2: Craughdarrig, Kilcolman, Littor, Sliss, Carrigane, Glanawillian, Ballynoneen are invited to attend please. The full details of which are posted on the Church Notice Boards in the Church Porch’s both in St Michael’s in Ballylongford and in St Mary’s in Asdee or as per Church Newsletter. You are asked to please comply with any instructions given in the Church. Sunday Obligation: Because of the restriction people attending are please asked to be understanding, the dispensation from attending Mass on Sundays and Holy Days of obligation remain in place until further notice. One has the choice to watch Mass on Television, listen to it on the radio or on other forms of media. Those who are attending Mass can fulfil their Sunday obligation at any of the weekday Mass if they so wish. Let a weekday Mass be your Sunday worship, at least for another few weeks. Please continue to be alert and open to this new way of attending Church. People attending are required to sit 3 per seat. Family groups from the one household may sit together if they so wish but please maintain social distancing at all times. Parish Collections: Thank you for your contributions. Parish envelopes and Priest Salary envelopes can be handed in to the parish office or dropped into the presbytery letterbox. Live Streaming of Masses: Masses are streamed live from St. Mary’s Church, Tarbert on Fridays at 7pm, Saturdays at 6pm and Sundays at 11.30am. Weekend Masses are streamed live from Ballybunion - Saturday at 7pm & Sunday 11.30am. DANCING CLASSES Social Dancing Classes for adults and beginners which include polkas, waltzing, jiving, quick steps etc., will take place in Parish Hall, Ballylongford every Friday night from 7.30pm. Commencing on this coming Friday Night October 8th. All are welcome. BLACKSMITHING FAIR A great weekend in Ballylongford as the Ballylongford Blacksmithing Fair was held on Sat. 25 and Sun. 26th September last. The Blacksmiths from Forged in Ireland were busy all weekend demonstrating their forging skills and chatting to the crowd. The Blacksmith Fair was a fundraising event to raise funds to repair the roof of The Ballylongford Mill. The Blacksmiths came from all over Ireland bringing with them original handmade equipment and handmade items for sale, they also made pieces on site for sale. During the weekend they showed their skills and technique, we also had Raynor Cherry who is a copper smith showing his skills. The creamery site where it was held had not been used since the creamery closed in 1998. A very special thanks to Sean Feeney who’s been the driving force behind running the weekend, Sean organised and managed the event, Joe Deegan, Helen Lane, Mark Dillon and Jamie Triscele Smith and


all the lads and ladies from Forged in Ireland for attendance and making the Ballylongford Blacksmith Fair possible, Ballylongford Enterprises for the food and refreshments, Conchobhar and Helena O Suilleabhain, from the Military History Club dressed in stunning historical costumes from Napoleon’s Irish Legion, and Pat Scully running pony and trap rides for the kids. Karl White, Ballybunion Photography Club, Jim Mc Sweeney and friends, Tim Lynch and the vintage tractor people, and Michael Horgan our musician. On Sunday, the vintage tractor people arrived, displaying some great old machines and participating in a tractor tug-of-war with chains hand forged by the Blacksmiths, and award-winning photographer Jim Mc Sweeney in the Ballylongford Parish Hall taking free studio photographs. The highlight of Sunday afternoon was the competition to forge a brooch in steel inspired by the 1,400-year-old bronze Tullahennel Brooch in Kerry County Museum. Sheila Edgeworth who found the original brooch in the ashes of their turf fire at Martara, Ballylongford in 2009, was present to pick the winner of the competition who was Sean Dunwoodie. A fantastic weekend for the village and thanks to everyone who helped out on the day, looking forward to more events at Ballylongford Mill next year. Ballylongford Village Tour: Ballylongford Village Tour was held on Sat.25 Sept. organised by Kerry Architecture with historian Dr.Declan Downey. Dr Declan Downey talked about the history of Ballylongford Village which goes back to the Vikings, also St. Michael’s Church, Lislaughtin Friary and Carrigafoyle Castle. Video Stream to see videos and photos of the Ballylongford Village tour and Ballylongford Blacksmiths Fair go to Ballylongford Snaps Facebook page. G.A.A. SCENE Ballylongford GAA Club is looking forward to getting back to some normality over the coming months as our teams start to get back to playing games again. A big thank you to everyone who has supported the club during the past year especially our teams of players who have been our shining North Star. The Ballylongford Club lotto continues to provide a steady stream of finance to the club and it is probably now reaching an all time high. LOTTO RESULTS: Our Weekly Lotto draw for Saturday 2nd October 2021was held At O’Rahilly GAA Grounds. JACKPOT €12,650 Numbers Drawn 13, 15, 23, 25. There was No Winner The Lucky Dips Winners were: €20: Tom Roche, Moyvane. €20: Kate Barry, C/O Paudie Moroney. €20: Breda O Mullane, Online. €20: Jackie Foran, Pulleen, Tarbert. 3 x Free Tickets: Ann Woods, Ahanagran. Next Week’s Jackpot €12,700 and tickets can be purchased from our local ticket sellers, Heaphy’s Centra and Online by visiting the following link play_newa.asp?ll_id=2338#Anchor. Thanks for your continued support!! LENAMORE ROVERS: FIXTURES The Club Fixture list was postponed last weekend as the A game v Ballymac and the B game v Fenit were both postponed last weekend by the KDL. FUNDRAISING: The club Split the Pot Fundraiser will be held on this coming weekend live on the club facebook page with a guaranteed prize of €1,000. Tickets can be purchased up until Thursday night and are available online via our Facebook page or from committee members. Club fixtures are published each Tuesday by the KDL and are available on their website. 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 or or contact Numbers (068) 43938 or 087 9528919.

BALLYDUFF LOTTO DRAW The results of the Ballyduff GAA Club weekly Lotto draw for   Tuesday September 28th are as follows: The numbers drawn were 9, 12 & 22 and the Bonus Number was 5. The Lotto Jackpot of €11,200 was not won and there was €100 added to the Jackpot. There was no winner of the Match Three prize of €400. The weekly Lotto Draw tickets cost €2.50 each, with a minimum play of €5, and you must pick three numbers from 1 – 28 and a Bonus number from 1 – 10. The Jackpot starts at €10,000 and there is €100 added to it weekly if not won. There is a weekly match 3 prize of €400 for anyone that matches the first 3 numbers without the bonus number. This prize will be shared if there’s more than one match 3 winner. For information on the Lotto please get in touch with any Ballyduff GAA Club Officer. Please support and remember “if you are not in you can’t win’. You may also play the Lotto online at                                              CHURCH NEWS Ministers Of the Eucharist: Saturday October 9th 6.30pm: Catherine O’Driscoll/Carmel Costello/Helen Dowling  Eucharist Adoration: every Thursday 10.15am – 11.30am            Mass Attendance: Attendance at Mass is now 50% of Church capacity. Only every second seat will be accessible until further notice. Face masks must be worn except for those who cannot wear them for medical reasons.  Confirmation: for Sliabh a’Mhadra National School pupils on Saturday October 16th at SS Peter’s & Paul’s Church, Ballyduff at 12.00 noon and for Ballyduff National School pupils also on Saturday October 16th at 2.00pm    Cork Autism Online Conference: “Thriving with Autism” – Sunday, 17th October.  For more information –     Parish Office: open Tuesday to Friday from 10.30am – 1.00pm daily. Please phone (066) 7148404  Free Daytime Education For Adults - Offering QQ1 levels 3 & 4. For over 18’s on a qualifying DPS payment. Contact 0667121041 or 0860752972 Rosary on the Coast for Life & Faith - At Kilmore Beach on Sunday 10th October – 2.30pm. Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary – Thursday 7th October Preparing for the Synodal Journey: On Sunday 17th October all the dioceses in Ireland begin the Synodal Pathway which Pope Francis has asked for worldwide. Pope Francis speaks of “Synod” as Journeying Together, Truly Listening to each other and together identifying the path along which Christ is leading us. Bishop Ray invites you to join him for a liturgy of prayer in St. Mary’s Cathedral, Killarney on Sunday 17th October at 3.00pm to commence our journey. Come to the Cathedral by joining through the cathedral’s website. Pope Francis has chosen the theme – “Communion, Participation & Mission.” CLOTHES RECYCLING Sliabh a’ Mhadra N.S. is having a Clothes Recycling Drive on Thursday 14th October. Please donate all your old clothes, shoes, belts, handbags, bed linen, towels and curtains. No pillows or duvets. These bags of clothing can be placed in the school bicycle shelter on the evening of October 13th or from early morning to 10.00am on Thursday, October 14th. We would like to thank everyone who contributed to our last collection which was a great success. U14 CAMOGIE FINAL Well done to the U14 Ballyduff Camogie girls who won the Cup Final of the League after defeating Sliabh Luachra in Ballyduff last Wednesday evening. It was a tough match, and the weather conditions were not

great. Ballyduff were down a point with two minutes to go. However, the girls did not give up and played their hearts out. With one minute to go Ballyduff buried a goal into the back of the net to record a famous victory. What a fantastic end to the season. Well done to all the girls and their management. Ballyduff Team: Raoinaid Ross, Holly McCarthy, Ellie Boyle, Aoife Moriarty, Keeley McCabe, Caoimhe Carroll (joint captain), Grace O Rourke, Abbie Elbell, Taylor McCarthy, Megan Moriarty, Holly Harrington, Edel O Connor (joint captain), Holly Boyle, Kelsey Condon, Clara Deane O’ Connor, Shannon O Connor, Ava Kennelly, Abbey Boyle. COISTE NA NÓG U7: Well done to our U7s who finished their season on a high note on Friday night with a get together and refreshments. Thanks to the coaches, Covid officers and parents who attended training every Friday, but mostly a big thanks to our budding footballers and hurlers who showed up to the training sessions and matches eager to improve and learn new skills. Keep practising over the winter and it won’t be long before you’re back in the ball wall again. U11: Our U11 footballers had a great end to their season on Thursday when they travelled to Moyvane to play the hosts in a series of Go Games. Parents and spectators were treated to two stellar performances by both teams in tough wintery conditions. They gave their all and played lovely football from the first to the final whistle. Thanks to Moyvane for two sporting games. U13: Best of luck to our U13 footballers who take on Finuge in the Tommy Madden Final in Coolard next Sunday 10th October at 11.30am. Come out and show your support to the boys and management. BALLYDUFF GAA NEWS North Kerry Senior Hurling: Dr Crokes were visitors to Ballyduff on Sunday in the preliminary round of the competition. Blustery showers made conditions difficult for players, but they managed to serve up an entertaining game. Ballyduff had the better of the early exchanges and a speculative shot from Dylan Moriarty went all the way to the net and an exhibition of point scoring from Padraig Boyle had Ballyduff ahead at halftime by six points. Points were exchanged in the second half by both teams but two late goals from Dr Crokes were not enough and Ballyduff survived on the score line Ballyduff 1–19 Dr Crokes 2–13. Ballyduff Team: PJ O’Gorman; Kyle O’Connor, Paul O’Carroll, Thomas Slattery; Sean O’Connor, Mikey Boyle, Daniel O’Carroll; Eoin Ross, Darragh Slattery; Chris Whyte, Dylan Moriarty, Darragh Quinlan; Darragh Goulding, Padraig Boyle, Bobby O’Sullivan. Subs: Padraig Slattery, Darren O’Connor, Michael Hussey. Junior Premier Football Championship: The Playoff game Ballyduff v Finuge has been fixed for Denis Dowling Park, Coolard, on this Saturday evening October 9th at 4.00pm. Please come along and support this worthy cause. Tommy Madden Cup: The final of the Tommy Madden Cup takes place in Denis Dowling Park, Coolard on this Sunday morning October 10th at 11.30am with our local under 13 team taking on Finuge. This competition is organised by the Madden family to honour their son Tommy in conjunction with Ballydonoghue GAA and North Kerry Football Board is always a great occasion with the gate receipts going to the Children’s hospital. Please come along and support this very worthy cause and at the same time support the stars of tomorrow. Death: Sympathy is extended to the Carey and O’Mahony families on the death of Nora Carey (née O’Mahony), Ballincrossig, Causeway. May she Rest in Peace.

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Discount available for block booking & advance payment. To book, email: or call 068-27799. Clubs & Activities in the centre include: Badminton, Basketball, Gymnastics, Jackie O’Mahony Stage School, Taekwondo, Yoga and more. We’re also pleased to welcome Silverback Fitness.

BALLYBUNION BALLYBUNION HORSE AND PONY RACING The Ballybunion Horse and Pony Race meeting has now been rescheduled for this Saturday 9th October. Starting at 1.30pm BALLYBUNION CCÉ- AGM The AGM will take place on Monday 18th@7.30pm. Music Classes will resume on Fri 8th Oct. Times will be sent to those who have registered. Anyone interested in joining these classes text 0879662902 GOLF CLASSIC St. John’s Restoration Fund and Ballybunion Tidy Towns will hold their annual golf classic on Friday 8th October on the Cashen Course at Ballybunion Golf Club. Tee times are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and the presentation of prizes will take place that evening. If you would like to put in a team of four: €160 or sponsor a tee box €50/€100 or any donation of your choice, Contact: Fr. Sean Hanafin 0878341083, Noel Nash 0894128600, and Pat Walsh 0860537949. Thank you in anticipation of your continuing support SYMPATHY Sincere condolences to the family of Michael (Mike) McMahon of Avoca, Sandhill road who passed away recently. Condolences to Aggie, Michael, Dan, Brendan, Kevin & Mary and families and to Jim, John, Tom, Maria and the extended McMahon and Kiely families. May Mike rest in Peace COMFORT FOR CHEMO BUDDY INITIATIVE Martina Gaire and Caroline’s pod of positivity have teamed up for a night of fashion, wellness and DóTerra Essential oils in aid of a great cause on Friday 15th October at the Tinteán Theatre. Doors open at 7.30pm Tickets are €30 and are available at Dorans pharmacy Listowel, Martina Gaire on 087- 681 5731 or Caroline Horgan on 087 292 1292. Lots of spot prizes on the night and with guest speakers and special guests.

CAHILL’S SUPERVALU Winter opening hours are from 7.30am to 9pm Sunday to Thursday and 7:30am-9.30pm on Friday & Saturdays. We accept orders via phone for delivery around our community and for pick up. These orders can be placed on 068 27244 or email: home deliveries are Mon to Sat. BALLYBUNION LIBRARY Opening Hours: Tues-Sat incl 10am-1.30pm and 2.30pm-5pm. free membership to everybody, and no more fines! New books come on stream all the time. Check out all the new free online services at Online catalogue & book renewals, online newspapers, borrow box app (with a virtual library), online Magazines, online Languages, E-Learning & much more. All are welcome! Internet and printing will be back on Tuesday 21st September also the Newspapers are available to read each day with Covid measures still in place. Phone 068-27615 Email: PARENT PLUS PROGRAMME Attention parents parenting an adolescent with an intellectual learning disability. Join our Parents Plus, Special Needs Programme for parents of children aged between 10 and 18 years of age. Start Date: October 2021 – Day and Time to be confirmed. Delivered - Via Zoom For more information or to reserve your place, please contact: Laura Bennett 083 864 6093 - or Martha Potter - 087 2813341 TÍR NA NÓG We are looking for used or new Corriboard for project we are doing. We are asking the community, if you have any Lego, scooters, (in good condition) indoor games etc. that has all the pieces to donate to us. Please contact Laura on 083 864 6093 for more information.

BALLYBUNION CRAZY GOLF Checkers Cafe and Ballybunion Crazy Golf will be open at the weekends for parties, They have plenty of outdoor dining areas for you. For bookings call 087 6415513

BALLYBUNION PARENT & TODDLER GROUP Come along and have some fun with your child while getting to know other parents in a welcoming environment. Every Wednesday in Ballybunion Community centre at 10am, to register phone Laura at Tír Na nÓg Childcare centre 068- 25765/ 083 864 6093 or email

SCOIL ÍOSAGÁIN CLOTHING COLLECTION The Parents Association are holding a Clothing Collection on Friday 22nd October. Bags can be dropped in the morning at drop off time or in the afternoon at collection time, there will be a designated area in the yard for this. All clothing, shoes, belts, curtains etc. accepted. No Duvets or Pillows

CULLOTY CRAFTS Culloty crafts are still doing the book exchange, drop in books to take away and read and when you’re done return it for someone else to read. Have a browse at the books, the books will be inside free of charge. Please sanitize when entering and leaving.

ASHTANGA VINYASA YOGA Delighted to be starting back Yoga starting Monday 18th October 7-8 p.m. at Ballybunion Community Centre. First Class if free, then 50 euro for 6 classes. Contact Niall on 0868141031 to book a place. Suitable for all levels, beginners welcome.

BALLYBUNION TRIATHLON CLUB The 2021 race season is almost done and it’s time to plan and think about 2022. We would like to start setting up sessions [at least 1 per discipline] but we need to understand the level of interest that is out there and any special considerations you may have. So one option is to have a meeting in Ballybunion to discuss/review or we can do it on-line. The first thing is; how many people are willing to sign up to membership; of those people what do you want to see from your club; a] group sessions [1/discipline/wk.] b] group + coached sessions each week. Then we can investigate. For more information contact Derek on 087 854 2199.

AFTERNOON TEA DANCE Kilcooley’s House Hotel Charity Afternoon tea dance in aid of the Jack O’Sullivan memorial fund will take place on Sunday October 31st from 3pm-5pm. Please note the new venue All are welcome to attend Music by Ger Walsh. Admission is €5 which includes refreshments. SAN RITA WELLNESS We are delighted to announce the re-opening of our “In Person Meetings”. We will be attending a meeting at Ballybunion Health & Leisure centre every Wednesday starting 27th October at 10am to 11am. If you are anxious to make a start now you can join our “At Home Service” in which our members are loving the support, motivation, accountability and also seeing fantastic results on the scales. Call us for more information. Sandra 087 6718377 Rita 087 1012174 COACHING VOLUNTEERS WANTED FOR LB ROVERS Our LB Rovers Academy U7, 8,9,10 & U11/U14 Girls Teams are in need of additional Volunteers in order to help us continue to cater efficiently for our growing numbers. If you can Volunteer 1 Hour per week to help us we would really appreciate it. All Coach Education Courses provided. Please get in touch with us, Mixed Boys/Girls Academy Contact: Eoin 087 2254837, Girls Only Section Contact: David 086 3146850 CHAIR BASED FITNESS PROGRAM Class Chair-Based Exercise in Ballybunion Community Center Tues.11.00am-12.00pm. Please phone to book your chair call Martina on 087 797 3688

LONG TERM ACCOMMODATION URGENTLY NEEDED We have had many enquiries from people looking for long term rent houses around Ballybunion. If you know of any, could you please contact the Tourist Office with the details, either by phone 068 25555 and leave a message, by email, or drop details through the letter box. Thank you WANTED MEMORABILIA FROM BALLYBUNION AND SURROUNDING AREAS If anyone has any old tickets, programs and photographs from concerts, dancing or showband concerts from 1960’s and 70’s please contact the Tourist Office Ballybunion 068 25555 Thank you POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN COMMUNITY EMPLOYMENT We currently have a few vacancies available in the Ballybunion Community Employment Scheme. If you are interested in these jobs please contact Rosaleen on 068 27799 or email This is a development opportunity, no experience necessary. Accredited training will be provided to support your career BALLYBUNION COMMUNITY CENTRE Ballybunion Community centre offers the following services to the community, typing service, Printing, Photocopying, Scanning, and Shredding. Email: Phone 068-27799

BALLYBUNION BADMINTON Ballybunion Badminton is back, badminton will take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays 8pm to 10pm, in Ballybunion Community Centre €5 per person. New members are always welcome. If you have any enquiries please contact the Ballybunion Baseliners Facebook page.

YOGA WITH SINEAD; AUTUMN & WINTER 2021 CLASSES Will be held in Ballybunion Leisure Centre. Thursday 7-8pm: Gentle Vinyasa Flow. Saturday 9-10am: Vinyasa Flow (mixed level). Both classes are open to all levels of experience. Class numbers are limited so pre-booking is required. For a full list of scheduled dates, or to enquire about the style & intention of each class, please phone or text Sinead on 087 7079 941.

CASHEN VALE BOXING CLUB Boxing Training every Wednesday at 6.30pm, every Friday at 7pm, and every Saturday at 12 noon, at the Irish Collage Sandhill Rd. New members welcome.

HOLY COMMUNION & CONFIRMATION DATES Confirmation Friday November 12th 1 p.m. (Pupils of Kilconly N.S.), Holy Communion Saturday 9th October 11 a.m.(Pupils of Kilconly N.S.), Saturday 16th October 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. (Pupils of Scoil Iosagain).

AQUA AEROBICS Aqua Aerobics in Ballybunion Leisure Center Mon, 9.45am-10.30am and 10.30am-11.15am, Wed & Fri 9.45am10.30am. Tues and Thur. 8.00pm-8.45. For more information, Classes need to be BOOKED IN ADVANCE phone Martina on 087 7973 688

BALLYBUNION MEALS ON WHEELS The Ballybunion meals on wheels service will be delivered 3 days a week, meals will be delivered on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Anyone wishing to avail of delivery please contact Eileen Fogarty on 086 2234 965 or Con McCarthy on 087 418 4241. The areas covered are Ballybunion, Lisselton, Asdee and Ballylongford. The dinner will be delivered to your door by one of the men at the cost of €6 per meal

BALLYBUNION COMMUNITY CENTRE *Sports Hall: €25 per hour before 6pm, €30 per hour after 6pm & weekends. *Upstairs Hall/Dance Studio: €25 per hour. *Meeting Room: €10 per hour. * Room of Light: €20 per hour


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TARBERT NEWS Email; or telephone Patrick Lynch at 068/ 36117 on or before 7pm Sunday.

ST MICHAEL’S CHURCH Monday 4th October at 7.30pm for Tom, Brigid & Michael Foley, Gortinare & Ballinagare; Wednesday 6th October at 10.00am; Friday 8th October 2021 at 7.30pm for Eamon, Bridie, Matt & Mary Brigid Canty & deceased members of the Canty family, Banemore; Saturday 9th October at 7.30pm for Jane, Denis, John & Michael Horgan, Cloghercannon, Abbeydorney; Carmel & John Stack & deceased member of the Stack & Fitzmaurice families, Deerpark; Bernadette Dillane, Liscullane.

SYMPATHY Sympathy of the community is extended to Aggie McMahon (née Kiely) of Sandhill Road, Ballybunion and formerly of Main Street, Tarbert on the death of her husband Michael (Mike) McMahon, Ballybunion. Michael who had been on kidney dialysis for some years, died suddenly at home, on Monday 27 September. His Requiem Mass was concelebrated by Fr Eugene Kiely, Ballyferriter, cousin, and Fr Sean Hanafin, P.P. Ballybunion on Wednesday 29 September. Music, lyrics and hymns for the service were provided by the Kiely family. Co-incidentally, Mike who was aged 79 was born on the Feast of St Michael and his funeral Mass was celebrated on the Feast Day of three Archangels including St Michael. The late Michael and his wife Aggie were married in Tarbert. They emigrated to the U.S. and Mike worked for over twenty years in construction in the Bronx, New York before returning home to Ireland and North Kerry in 1978, working in the Aughanish construction project. Sympathy also to his daughter Mary, four sons - Michael, Dan, Brendan and Kevin, brothers and sister, and the extended McMahon, Kiely and Purtill families. In iothlann Dé go gcastar sinn agus beannacht Dé lena anam uasal, dilis. Sympathy of the community also to Mary O’Connell, Lower Doonard, Tarbert on the death of her sister Rose Brown (née O’Flaherty) formerly of Listowel who died recently in Cornwall. THE COASTAL ROSARY The coastal Rosary will take place on Sunday next, 10 October. People around Ireland are being encouraged to pray the Rosary for Life and Faith at suitable locations, mindful of Covid 19 regulations. Praying of the Rosary will take place at the Marian Shrine in the Square at 2.30pm on Sunday. Fáilte roimh gach éinne. ACTIVE RETIREMENT Tarbert Active Retirement Group is hoping to start activities on Friday 15 October. After the long lockdown it is important for people to meet up and get together. Anyone wishing to join the group should contact Tarbert Bridewell at 068/36500. Free transport will be available to and from meetings. Bígí linn. CLOTHES COLLECTION A reminder that the Shannonside Women’s Group are holding a clothes collection on Thursday 14 October in the Church car park. Proceeds from the collection will go towards the upkeep and running costs of St Mary’s and St Brendan’s Churches and your support would be appreciated. Buíochas as ucht bhúr tacaíocht. SAFETY BARRIER Councillor Michael Foley writes that he has been advised by Kerry County Council that work will commence on the erection of a Safety Barrier between the two piers at Tarbert Island on 18 October. The contract has been awarded to Glas and will involve removal of the existing collapsed barrier and its replacement with a containment kerb and pedestrian railing. Due to the scenic location a granite style finish for the kerb and a powder coated black railing has been recommended. Other minor improvements will be carried out to enhance the existing footpath. GAA 500 DRAW The Tarbert GAA 500 monthly draw was held in Shannon Park at half time in the County Junior Football quarter final. €500 top prize was won by Tom O’Donnell, the Square, €50 was won by John Stack, Kilpadogue and €50 was won by Emilie Wren, Tarmons. CÚRSAI CÚRSÁLA Tuairisc ó Mháire: Greyhound enthusiasts are happy to be back on the coursing fields, as we try to emerge from Covid 19. The Kilflynn meeting proved to be a successful outing for Tarbert owners. John Flynn’s Doonard Kennels won the Oaks trial ticket for Clonmel with Meek and Mild. The Reserve Derby trial stake was won by Kilmurly, owned by the Glory Syndicate, headed by Tomás Coolahan, Main Street. There was no joy for Tarbert owners at the Desmond Cup meeting in Glin at the week-end. However, the season is young yet agus beidh lá eile ag an bPaorach.


RATHEA CHURCH Sunday 10th October at 9.30am for Gerard Barry, Tournageehy. IRREMORE CHURCH Sunday 10th October 2021 at 11.00am for Michael, Joan & James Buckley, Mountcoal.

ACTIVE RETIREMENT Active Retirement will resume on Wednesday, 22nd September. Anyone requiring transport ring Tony on 087- 9969393. LIXNAW GAA Split the Bucket Draw: Congratulations to Damien & Joe, Abbeydorney on winning €126. Next week’s draw will be held at the Foley’s Gala Shop, Lixnaw. Thanks for your continued support. The Lixnaw Hurling Club Lotto Draw: Monday 27th September 2021, Jackpot €6,450, winning numbers drawn were: 5, 11, 21, 24. There was no jackpot winner. €20 winners were: D. J. Brosnan, Ennismore; Norma Corridon, Ballyhorgan; Brendan McElligott, The Bridge Next draw will take place on Monday 4th October 2021 Jackpot will be €6,500. Lixnaw GAA club lotto is now available online and you can play from now up to 8.30pm on Monday to be in the next draw.

LIXNAW HOSPICE Lixnaw Hospice Group would like to thank the Lixnaw Drama Group for their great generosity in donating a whopping €8,200.00. This donation has been divided equally of €4,100.00 to both The Hospice & The Pallitive Care.

ST. SENAN’S GAA LOTTO Draw on Monday 27th September 2021, Jackpot €9,400. There was no jackpot winner. Numbers drawn were 15, 16, 20, 28. Lucky Dip €30 winners: Mary Holly-Young; Geraldine Riordan, Tralee. Lucy Dip €20 winners: Mike Curtin, Tournageehy; Maurice Walsh, Ballygologue; Pa Feely, Upper Tullig. Tickets €2 each or 3 for €5. Next week’s draw will take place at the Clubhouse Mountcoal on 4th October 2021 Jackpot will be €9,500. Tickets are available from Kelly’s Six Crosses, The Halfway Bar, Club Officers, lotto sellers or play online. The draw can be watched live on Facebook. Thank you for your continued support. Stay safe.

MUSIC LESSONS Music lessons in the Thatch Cottage, Finuge, contact Alannah Kissane (086) 3043098

CONTACT To include items in the Lixnaw notes, please email by 10pm on Sunday evening.


deceased by her husband, Sean. She is survived by her son, Mike, daughter, Mary, daughter-in-law Mary, grandchildren Eoin & Aoife, sister Peggy Kinlough, brothers Richie, Athea & Jerry, Kilbaha sisters-in-law Mary & Marian, brother-in-law Jim and extended family. Maura Bourke of Newcastlewest and Gortdromagouna, Moyvane passed away on September 06 . Maura was predeceased by her husband, Michael and brothers, Sean and Dan. She is survived by her sons Pat, John and Mike, daughters Bridget (Lunn), Leonora (Murphy), brothers Patsy and Larry, Moyvane sister Eileen (Shanahan), Lixnaw daughters-in-law Mary, Fiona and Julianne, sons-in-law Mathew and Declan, grandchildren and extended family. More recently Joanne Lynch of Aughrim passed away suddenly in Spain where she had lived for some time. Daughter of the late Tim Lynch and Mai (Collins) she is survived by her son, Mel, brothers Sean and Pat, sister Norma, brother-in-law Denis O’Connor, Aughrim, sisters-in-law Anne and Eileen, nephews, nieces, grandnephews, grandnieces, extended family. She was predeceased by her brother Liam, sister Maura and partner Philip. May they all rest in peace.

PARISH OFFICE The Parish office is open from 11.00am – 2.00pm on Tuesday and Wednesday. Please make contact with the office by phone only, for now. Tel. no (066) 7132111.

Contact:  BINGO AND BLOTTO Watch this space. At last it looks like we may be back to normal again later this month. It has been a long time and there are many changes. Hopefully you are all well and ready to return to Bingo. We will do our best to keep you safe.The Blotto will be held as usual at Bingo on Thursday night. Many of you probably have envelopes since before we closed. Can you please bring them back to bingo and we will include them in the draw. The Jackpot was €6,500 when we finished in March 2020 so it will continue as usual. MURHUR NS The Parents committee will hold a clothes collection later this month. This is a very important fundraiser for the school and your support would be greatly appreciated. The Marian Hall will be open to accept your donations on Saturday, October 16 for two hours from 10.00am to 12 noon and Wednesday October 20 for one hour from 7.00pm to 8.00pm. You have been very supportive in the past so thank you in advance. MOYVANE GAA MOYVANE GAA LOTTO: There was no winner of the €4,200 Jackpot in last Sunday night’s draw. Numbers drawn were 13 15 17 20. Lucky dips: €40 each: Dan & Brid Flavin, Aughrim. Owen & Niamh Stack, Moyvane. Mark Mulvihill, Online. David Moloney, Tarmons. Ciara Haugh, Tarmons. Thank you to Diarmuid Fitzmaurice for helping with the draw. Tickets are available online by following the link on Moyvane GAA Facebook Page. All online entries must be registered by 6.00pm on the day of the draw. Entries after 6.00pm will be entered in the next draw. Tickets are also available at Kennelly’s Homevalue Hardware, Holly’s Gala, Stack’s Butchers, Corridan’s Garage, Newtownsandes Co-op, A New U and Curl Up & Dye. You can also contact any Committee Member. Next week’s Jackpot is €4,600 and the draw will be held on Sunday, October 10, outdoors at Con Brosnan Park at 8.00pm. As always thank you for your continued support. FIXTURES: Novice Club Championship Round 1: Moyvane will welcome Asdee to Con Brosnan Park on Sunday, October 10 at 2.30pm in Round 1 of the Novice Club Championship. The very best of luck to the team and management. Minor County Championship Round 3: North Kerry Rangers travel to Strand Road to take on Laune Rangers in Round 3 of the Minor County Championship on Saturday, October 9 at 3.00pm. SYMPATHY Is extended to the following families:The family of Kathleen Sheahan nee Shanahan of Knocknagorna, Athea and Kilbaha, Moyvane. Kahleen was pre-

COMMUNITY PLANNING For a strategic Socio-Economic Development Plan. Three meetings will be held in the Moyvane Community Sports Hall on the following dates: Meeting 1: Tuesday, October 12 and Meeting 2 on Tuesday, November 16, both at 8.00pm. Meeting 3 will take place on Saturday, December 11 at 12 noon and Meeting 4 will be held in the New Year on Tuesday, January 11 at 8.00pm. You are invited to help shape the vision for your community. Have your say. PARISH NOTES The parish office will be open on Tuesdays from 10.00am to 1.00pm, Thursdays from 10.00am to 12.00 midday and on Fridays from 10.00am to 1.00pm. Secretary, Maria Ruddle. Telephone: 068 49308. email address: moyvane@ This week’s Masses are all Private Intention: Wednesday, October 06, Knockanure 6.30pm. Thursday, October 07, Moyvane 7.30pm and Friday, October 08 Knockanure 7.30pm. PLEASE NOTE: When there are no evening masses in Moyvane, church closes at 6.00pm. LISTOWEL FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE Are offering a range of courses: “Parents Plus for Teenagers” starts on Thursday 7th October at 10.30am for 7 weeks. Also “Incredible Years” for parents of children 2 – 12 years is scheduled to start on 11th October at 10.00am. For further details on both courses contact Bridie Mulvihill on 086-8556431 or Toni Clare on 087-7523705. Alternatively contact the Centre on (068) 23584. MOYVANE DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION have 2 Upcoming Community Employment Vacancies in Moyvane, immediate start: General Operative and Groundskeeper. For more details: or contact: Aine Elbell & Noelle O’Connell, 087-9346242/087-4160456 YOUR VOICE IS WELCOME: I welcome your suggestions about how the parish may be better served, i.e., committees, procedures, etc. Send personally or anonymously (note in box at house) or email

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KILFLYNN BAT WALK AND TALK Will take place at St Columba’s Community Centre on Saturday 9th October at 7pm organised by . Kilflynn Nature Garden Project. Discover the different bats living in Kilflynn and learn about their behaviour and lives. The Kerry branch of the Irish Wildlife Trust will be sharing their Knockledge and experiences of bat detecting. If conditions are good, we hope hear and identify any bats flying around the centre. The event is free of charge, donations to Irish Wildlife Trust welcome. Social distancing will be practiced along with necessary Covid related guidelines. To book text Christine on 0861939217. CLOTHING DRIVE St. Teresa’s National School, Kilflynn are holding a clothing recycling drive fundraising. Please donate all your clean unwanted clothes, shoes, bed linen, curtains, towels, bags, belts and soft toys. Please Donate only clean dry and rewardable clothing as we cannot accept wet, dirty or damaged clothes or goods. No Duvets. Drop your bags to the Crotta Hurling Club house, Dromakee, Kilflynn from Monday 4th October, Last day for drop off is Friday 5th November. The room will be open 7 days a week between the following hours 8.00a.m to 9.00p.m. Thank you for your support and taking the time and effort to support our fundraising drive. VACANCY Job Type: Community Employment Job Position: Maintenance Horticulture Duties: General Maintenance and upkeep of StColumbas Centre, and Grounds Kilflynn, grass cutting, strimming, hedge cutting in burial grounds, painting cleaning and washing of centre when required. Keep Kilflynn village litter free, clean and tidy. Weeding of flower beds in the village. Vacancy: Location St.Columbas Centre, Kilflynn Application: Contact Paul O’Donoghue, Project Manager on 0667132266 or email Proposed Start date 1st November 2021. Application details Eligibility to participate on CE is generally linked to those who are 21 years and over and receipt of a qualifying social welfare payment for 1 year or more and 18 years or over for certain disadvantaged groups. Your eligibility will have to be verified by the department of social protection.


CARE AND REPAIR Age Action’s Care and Repair does small DIY jobs, free of charge, for older people to help them maintain their homes and their independence. For details contact Age Action national helpline 0818 911 109 or email CROTTA GAA LOTTO RESULTS Parker’s Pub, Kilflynn was the venue for the Crotta hurling club weekly lotto draw on Monday 4th October. The Four numbers drawn out of the drum by the independent observer: Graham Harris, Clounsillagh, Lixnaw were 2,7, 21 and 24. There was no winner of the 5,500 Jackpot. Congratulations to the following who won €35 in the lucky dip draw: Aidan Behan, Abbeydorney, J.P Twomey, Bantry, Phil and Keith Hannafin, Leith East, Tralee The Next draw will take place in Herbert’s Bar, on Monday 11th October at 10.00p.m in compliance with Covid-19 restrictions. Note the cut off for entry to the €5,500 Jackpot draw (online or locally purchased) is 9:30pm on Monday 11th October. Tickets available 3 for €5 online visit or this link asp?ll_id=427#Anchor or Herberts Bar/Village Store, Parker’s Pub, Zam Zam Kabab, Foley Shop Lixnaw, Abbeydorney Post Office, or from any club officer. Many thanks to all who contribute to our weekly Club Lotto. Your continued support is greatly appreciated. HURLING RESULTS Crotta U12’s were in action on Sunday morning 3rd October, taking part in another U12 Go Games Blitz held in Kilmoyley. The guys were fantastic with fine displays against very good Ardfert, Ballyheigue and Kilmoyley opposition. Thanks to all players and coaches JJ Kelliher & Tom Cronin. Thanks to Kilmoyley GAA for hosting and to all the parents for your help and support. Crotta Senior Hurlers advanced to the next round of North Kerry Hurling Board Championship with a 1-16 to 2-11 victory over a gallant @ballyheiguegaa side after extra time on Sunday evening 3rd October. Well done lads Hard luck to Ballyheigue. Crotta will play Ballyduff in the semi-final. North Kerry Under 14 Hurling League Semi final Saturday, 2 October played at the sportsfield, Dromakee, Kilflynn Lixnaw 2 - 6 Crotta O’Neill’s 1 – 6. Hard luck to the Crotta players and well done to Lixnaw.

FANTASTIC NEWS The Kilflynn Community Walkway Lights at the sportsfield,Dromakee, Kilflynn will be switched on from Sunday 3rd October. So get your walking shoes ready this Autumn to stay well and healthy. The walkway is open to the public at any time during daylight hours and from 3rd October you can now avail of the floodlighting from 7pm to 9pm 7 days a week. This truly is a fantastic facility for all in our community to avail. KILFLYNN RUNNING GROUP Training for the Couch to 5km and 10 km commenced in the Community walkway at the Sportsfield, Dromakee, Kilflynn on Sunday morning 3rd October at 10.00a.m Well done everyone that attended on Sunday morning, a fantastic turn out. A total of €77.20 cents has been raised towards the cancer bus. The next training session will be on Wednesday at 7.00p.m and every Sunday morning and Wednesday evenings at 7p.m from October on till St. Stephen’s Day where we will run our 5 km and 10 km. Only 23 more sessions till St. Stephens day. There will be a donation of €2 per night per person. This money will go to the Kerry cancer support group for their bus services everyone welcome TAEKWON DO The Kilflynn School of TaeKwon-Do returns on Wednesday, October 6th, in the St. Columbus Centre, Kilflynn. Class Times; -4.45pm - 5.30pm (3 to 5 year olds). -5.30pm - 6.30pm (6 to 14 year olds). For further details contact Wayne on 086 0883595 CE VACANCIES Environmental Workers x 4, Laundry Assistant x 2, Caretaker x 1, Maintenance Worker x 1, Receptionist/Core Staff Assistant x 1, Researcher/ Kitchen Assistant x 1, Active Retired Facilitator x 1. To be eligible for CE you must be in receipt of an Irish Social Welfare payment for 12 months or more and aged over 21 years old. Please email/post your CV to or Abbeydorney Development Company, Community Hall, Abbeydorney. MINOR HURLERS Best of luck to the Crotta/Kilmoyley minor hurlers and their management who play Rathmore in the 2021 County Minor Shield Final on Sunday 10th October in Dr Crokes Pitch, Lewis Road in Killarney at 12 noon.

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Scoil Iosagain Confirmation at St Johns Church Ballybunion on Friday Oct 1st, included are Ita Walsh, Fr Sean Hannafin and Daniel Hayes. Photo by Marie Rohan

Ballyduff U11s who played a great game in Moyvane last week. This was their last game of the season

Aoibhinn Daly Meelish Close who received her First Holy Communion in St Marys Church Listowel last Saturday, pictured with her Mom Breda, Dad Des, Sister Meave, and Brother Seán Óg. Photo by Liam Kelly Photography Jerome Woods & his great grandfather Michael Lanigan celebrating a recent Tarbert u10 football blitz

Scoil Iosagain Confirmation at St. Johns Church Ballybunion on 1st Oct, included are Ita Walsh, Sean Dee, Fr Sean Hannafin and Daniel Hayes. Photo by Marie Rohan

Cotta U7s at their last training and received medals off Kerry Hurley Shane Nolan

Congratulations to Saoirse Dillon on winning National silver in the u14 100m at the Community Games finals in Carlow last recently. Pictured here with Dad Thomas

Scoil Iosagain Confirmation at St Johns Church Ballybunion on Thursday 30th September, included in photo are Ita Walsh, Daniel Hayes and Fr Sean Hanaffin. Photo by Marie Rohan

Mike Brosnan, Eamon Kennelly and Richie Boyd out for a walk in Ballybunion celebrating Eamon’s big birthday recently

The O’Mahony family celebrating John’s First Holy Communion last Saturday. Photo by John Stack

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Shannon Rangers face Templenoe in the opening round of the Senior Football Championship. The game is scheduled for the last weekend in October.

Draw 04/10/21 - Numbers Drawn 2-24-25-28 Jackpot not won - Lucky Dip Winners €20 Pat Buckley c/o Saddle €20 Jim Burke, Duagh €20 Tim Mulvihill, Naas €20 Matthew Kelly, Moneypoint €20 Kyle Curran, Ballygologue Next Draw 11/10/21 - Jackpot €2,550

The local community was saddened to hear of the passing of Mike McMahon (Bosco), RIP. A former club and Rangers player, Mike wore the black and white of St Patrick’s club in the 1960s. Lining out at centre back or half back, he was a force to be reckoned with in St Pat’s defence.

Results: Under 12 Premier: Tralee Dynamos 4 4 Listowel Celtic Scorers: Shane Costello(2), Thomas Keane, Mason Sheehy Man of the match: Shane Costello Under 12 B Friendly Listowel Celtic 4 4 Athea United Scorers: Joe Rooney, James Gould, Joe Joy(2) Man of the match : Joe Joy Under 12 Premier: Listowel Celtic 2 1 Kenmare Scorers: Thomas Keane, Mason Sheehy Under 12 Division 1: Camp Juniors 3 5 Listowel Celtic Scorers: Dáithí Brown, Dylan Brown, Seán Kennelly(2), Deniss Rastenis Man of the match: Dennis Rastenis Denny Division 1A: Listowel Celtic B 2 3 Castlemaine United Fixtures Saturday 09th October - Under 13 Division 1 12noon Killarney Athletic B V Listowel Celtic B Under 15 National Cup First Round 12noon Ballingarry AFC V Listowel Celtic Under 15 Division 2 4.00pm Mastergeeha B V Listowel Celtic B Sunday 10th October FAI Centenary Junior Cup 2.00pm MEK Galaxy V Listowel Celtic A Venue: Fossa Denny Division 1A 4.00pm AC Athletic V Listowel Celtic B Venue: Mounthawk Park Our Club Lotto is now online, see our Facebook Page for link to play


Our seniors succumbed to the challenges of Castlegregory on Sunday and we exited the County Junior Club Championship at the quarter final stages. We started well and had the advantage at the short whistle, 1-5 to 0-4, despite being a man down for a black card offence. However, the wheels came off our wagon and we managed just two points from frees in the second half. A red card offence meant we ended the game with fourteen players. We were five points adrift at the final whistle: Beale 1-7, Castlegregory 0-15. Our 2020 North Kerry Senior Championship semi-final with Desmonds is rescheduled for Sunday, October 17th, at 2 o’clock. Venue to be confirmed. Desmonds B are our opponents in the preliminary round of the North Kerry Intermediate Cup on Sunday, October 24th, in Duagh. The draw for the North Kerry Senior and Minor Championships will take place on Monday, 11th October, at 8 o’clock. The draw will be live streamed on Facebook. This week’s Beale Lotto numbers drawn were 1, 9, 16 and 22. There was no jackpot winner and no Match-3 winner. Next week’s jackpot is €2,200. The draw will take place in one of our local pubs. We are delighted to be back making the draw among the community on Sunday nights. Thanks to everyone who supports our lotto. Details are posted and promoted locally and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram every week. Beale Lotto tickets on sale in local outlets or play online. Download the Clubforce App or log onto North Kerry play Laune Rangers in Group A of the County Championship on Saturday at 3 o’clock in Strand Road. North Kerry are currently second place on the table. A win here could mean a place in the qualifiers, depending on results from other games.


Together with fellow St Patrick’s teammates, Robert Stack and Pa Walsh, Mike was among the Shannon Rangers squad who claimed the County Championship title in 1964, when they overcame a fancied East Kerry side in the final. In the semi-final they had put paid to South Kerry, who were powered by county players, Mick O’Connell and Mick O’Dwyer. During the 1960s, the Parish League was a local tournament held in high regard. Mike and his brother, Jim, lined out with The Town team, winning 3-ina-row in the early sixties. The tradition of ‘The Wren’ was revived in 1961 and for many years, the McMahon brothers joined their teammates, on horseback, bringing music, song and merriment to homes in the locality on St Stephen’s Day. Beale GAA is proud that this tradition continues to this day. His brothers, Jim and Tom, were also Beale footballers of note and Mike’s grandson, Peter, wore the club colours until recently. We extend deepest condolences to the McMahon and extended family. Ar dheis Dé gurb a anam dhíl.


Men’s Singles Sponsored by Fusion Logistics – 3rd October - Old Course 1st Brian Kelleher (18) 38pts 2nd Pat J Ryan (20) 36pts 3rd Kieran Galvin (11) 34pts (B9 – 18) Best Gross: Gary Scanlon (1) 31pts Category 1, (+5 to 5 handicap) 1st Michael Dee (3) 32pts Category 2, (6 to 12 handicap) 1st John J Galvin (11) 33pts 2nd Giles O’Grady (10) 32pts Category 3, (13 to 20 handicap) 1st John O’Halloran (17) 34pts 2nd Jody Fitzmaurice (19) 32pts Category 4, (21+ handicap) 1st Eamon Fitzmaurice (21) 33pts 2nd Mike O’Halloran (28) 32pts Fixtures: Sunday 10th October 2021 – Newcastle West Exchange Day Ladies Competitions: Fixtures: Sunday 10th October 2021 – Ladies Competition Sponsored by The TaeLane Store Listowel – Cashen Course Tuesday 12th October 2021 – Ladies Competition – Cashen Course Senior Men’s Competition – 30th September 2021 – Cashen Course 1st Martin Lucey (20) 31+2 33pts 2nd Jerry O’Connor (22) 32pts 3rd Michael Jones (22) 32-2 30pts B5-12 4th Don Gorman (29) 24+6 30pts B5 – 10 5th Donal Keane (24) 27+3 30pts 6th John Shier (20) 29pts 7th Brendan Brosnan (25) 27pts B5-9, B3-7 8th Dan Sheehan (17) 28-1 27pts B5-9, B3-7 9th Tadgh Barrett (42) 23+4 27pts B5-9, B3-4 10th Eddie Moylan (21) 28-2 26pts B5-15 Gross John Kinsella 19pts V. Rory Flannery (20) 26-2 24pts B5-8, B3-6 S.V. Michael Barrett (15) 27-1 26pts B5-11 Senior Ladies Competition – 3rd October 2021 – Cashen Course 1st Margaret Scannell (16) 22pts 2nd Sighle Henigan (10) 21pts 3rd Margorie Morkan (12) 20pts 4th Margaret McAuliffe (17) 20pts Fixtures: Friday 8th October 2021 - Senior Ladies Competition – Old Course


No winner of the jackpot of €4700 Numbers drawn 8,9,11,19 €50 Patrick Sheehy Coolanelig €30 Danielle Meehan Kilmorna €20 Staff of Duagh Creche €20 Katelyn Dennehy Duagh €20 Mag Dowling Sellers prize Liam Dennehy.

Match 3 draw entrants John Scannell Ard Larry O Connor Duagh. Next weeks jackpot €4800 with draw on Monday night. Thank you all for your continued support


Results: Junior Championship Quarter Final Cordal 2-12 -v- Knocknagoshel 1-15 Final score line after extra time. Cordal won 2-0 on penalties Best of luck to Cordal in the Semi Final

Lotto: This month’s jackpot of €11,200 will be held on the 9th October. Play online using Clubforce or from our lotto boxes in Super Valu and Kathleen’s Foodstore Abbeyfeale, Kieran’s Xl, Fealesbridge Co-op, Eileen’s Cafe, Bakery and Deli and Diarmuid’s Butchers Castleisland. Thanks for the continued support.


It has been a relatively quite week in terms of on field activity. The senior team will play Ballyduff in the Junior Premier Championship relegation semi-final this Saturday the 9th, in Coolard at 4pm. A win means staying up so an important game to pull a victory out of!! Best of luck to the team. The North Kerry minors will play Laune Rangers on Saturday 9th at 3pm in their last pool game. A win here puts them into the next round so hopefully they can continue their run of form. Best of luck to all, especially all the Finuge lads involved. This game is fixed for Strand Road. Our U13s have been busy last week and this week, preparing for their final in the Tommy Madden Cup! Ballyduff provide the opposition on Sunday 17th at 11:30 in Coolard - note this is change of date!! This team have been putting in big performances all year and everybody is looking forward to the final. The very best of luck to all involved! The U11s played their last game of the season against Beale, in Ballybunion. These boys have had a great season and it was wonderful to see them finish up with a fine display against Beale. The end of year bash saw the group go paintballing in Tralee with plenty of pizzas, sausages and beverages afterwards. The highlight of the afternoon was a medal presentation and each boy got their medal from the Kerry Minor Football manager James Costello! James had great words of advice for the boys also and is expecting to see plenty more Finuge boys playing in the Kingdom green & gold in the future! Thank you, Mr Costello, for giving your time. Our U9s took part in a wonderful blitz hosted by Moyvane where teams from North Kerry & West Clare took part. This is a great initiative with our lads playing Clann Lir, Kildysart and Western Gaels all from Clare. Well done to all involved in organising this, especially our GDA John Dillon. The U9s also brought a close to their season with the last training session followed by a pizza party afterwards. All the boys and girls received medals by way of recognition for their hard work throughout the season. A huge effort was put in by everybody across the year with lots of progress being made. Well done to all involved and enjoy the break! The U7s travelled to neighbours Ballyduff last week for more Go Games action. Great performances were put in by all the boys and girls and the coaches are happy with progress - keep it up everybody!! Well done to all our boys and girls who received their holy communion or confirmation over the past few weeks. It has been another strange year but good things to those who wait!


GAA Club lotto results. Monday 4th October 2021. Jackpot €9,500. No Jackpot Winner, the numbers drawn were: 05, 14, 15, 30 Lucky dip winners were €30 Maurice Lyons Ballybunion Road €30 Mary Mangan Lyre, €20 Jason Bradly Irremore, €20 Tadhg Doran Rathea, €20 David Brosnan Ennismore. Tickets €2 each or 3 for €5 Next week’s draw at the Clubhouse Mountcoal jackpot €9,600 Tickets available at Kelly’s Six Crosses, The Halfway Bar, from club officers, lotto sellers or play online. Thank you for your continued support. Win 2 X 10 year Croke Park Premium tickets valued at €27,000 (1 winner of both tickets) tickets €25. Early bird offer : Buy your tickets before midnight on Sunday 31st October and you will also be in a draw for All Ireland Hurling and Football tickets 2022 with overnight accommodation (1 winner of each ) Draw will take place on 15th January. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter 10 Years in Croker for updates. Anybody wishing to buy a ticket follow the link

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online or contact club officers. Club officers will be calling to anybody wishing to purchase a ticket before the early bird deadline of Sunday 31st October. Fixture Junior Premier Club Championship quarter final St Senans V Gneeveguilla on Sunday 10th October throw-in 2.30pm in Gneeveguilla.


Lotto Draw results: The numbers drawn for Friday 1st October 2021, were as follows, 12, 20, 24, 25. The Jackpot was €2,200 and there was no jackpot winner. The following won 30 euro lucky dips: Brian Mason - Online Diane Sheehy - Online Nora Kennelly - Coolard N.S. Marie O’ Brien, Berrings. Dan O’Donoghue, Bedford. The following won three free tickets: Marie O’Connor- Online. Eddie Kearney - c/o Eddie. Joe Mc Elligott - c/o Eddie. Next weeks Jackpot will be €2,300 and the draw will take place at the clubhouse on Friday 8th October 2021. Results: Intermediate Championship 3rd round result Ballydonoghue 0-5 v Kilcummin 0-18. Fixtures: Intermediate Quarter final next Sunday October 10th @ 2.30pm - Ballydonoghue away to Na Gaeil. Walking Keep Well: This is a six week initiative by the GAA to encourage everyone to keep well by walking. The weekly walks will start @ 7.30 every Monday and will continue every Monday night for next 4 weeks. Everyone welcome.

Tommy Madden Memorial Final U13 Championship: Please note change in fixture date from the Sunday from the 10th October 2021 to new date Sunday the 17th October 2021. Ballyduff v Fingue final will now take place on Sunday 17th October 2021 at 11.30, in Coolard Gaa Pitch. All proceeds from the day will go to Our ladys hospital for sick children, Crumlin, Dublin.


There was no winner of the €8500 lotto draw on Tuesday 28th September. Numbers drawn were 18, 22, 27, 10. Lucky dip winners were Pa Woulfe, c/o The Ploughman Catherine Walsh, Gortromagouna Maureen Connolly, Trien David Harley, c/o John Barry Henry Finucane, Lissaniska Next weeks draw will be on Tuesday 5th October with jackpot upto €8600.


Ballylongford GAA Club is looking forward to getting back to some normality over the coming months as our teams start to get back to playing games again. A big thank you to everyone who has supported the club during the past year especially our teams of players who have been our shining North Star. The Ballylongford Club lotto continues to provide a steady stream of finance to the club and it’s probably now reaching an all time high. Our Weekly Lotto draw Saturday 2nd October 2021 @ GAA Grounds Jackpot €12,650 - Numbers Drawn: 13, 15, 23, 25 No Winner - Lucky Dips: €20: Tom Roche, Moyvane €20: Kate Barry, C/O Paudie Moroney €20: Breda O Mullane, Online

Cotta U9s at their last training of year and received medals from Kerry Hurley Shane Nolan

Abbeykillix U14 team that won County Shield Final on Saturday

€20: Jackie Foran, Pulleen 3 x Free Tickets: Ann Woods, Ahanagran Next Weeks Jackpot €12,700 and tickets can be purchased from our local ticket sellers, Heaphy’s Centra and Online by clicking on link below. Thanks for your continued support!!


Club lotto: There was no winner of the €4,400 Jackpot. Numbers drawn were 13,15,17 and 20 Lucky Dips: 1. Dan & Brid Flavin: Aughrim 2. Owen & Niamh Stack: Moyvane 3. Mark Mulvihill: Online 4. David Moloney: Tarmons 5. Ciara Haugh: Tarmons We would like to thank Diarmuid Fitzmaurice for helping us with the draw tonight. Tickets are available Online by following the link on Moyvane GAA Facebook Page. All online entries to be registered by 6pm on the day of the draw. Entries after 6pm will be entered in the next draw. Tickets also available at Kennelly’s Homevalue Hardware, Holly’s Gala, Stack’s Butchers, Corridan’s Garage, Newtownsandes Co-op, A New U and Curl Up & Dye. You can also contact any Committee Member. Current Jackpot is €4,600 and the draw will be held on Sunday October 10th outdoors at Con Brosnan Park at 8pm. As always thank you for your continued support. #UpTheBoro Novice Club Championship Rd 1: Moyvane welcome Asdee to Con Brosnan Park on Sunday, October 10th at 2.30pm in Rd 1 of the Novice Club Championship. The very best of luck to the team and management. Minor County Championship Rd 3: North Kerry Rangers travel to Strand Road to take on Laune Rangers in Rd 3 of the Minor County Championship on Saturday, October 9th at 3.00pm.

Finuge / St. Senans players that played for Causeway and Abbeykillix in County Final

Listowel Emmets Under 10s & 9s Girls End of Season trip to Checkers in Ballybunion on Saturday 2nd October

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