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10pc hike sends city rents through roof RENTS in Waterford have risen more steeply than almost anywhere else in the country. The average cost of renting in Waterford city has increased by 10 per cent in the past year, exceeded only by Limerick where there was a 10.5 per cent increase. It is now considerably more expensive to rent a property in Waterford city than to pay off a mortgage. The property website Daft. ie puts the average monthly mortgage payment in the city at €592 and the average rent at €988. Nationally, the average monthly rent has reached an alltime high of €1,391, marking a 6.7% increase in the 12 months to June 2019. This is the lowest rate of rental inflation across the country since the final quarter of 2013. The slowdown in rental inflation is driven by Dublin, where annual inflation has fallen from a high of 13.4% in

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mid-2018 to 4.5% now. In Cork, rents are 7.9% higher than a year ago, while in Galway city, rents are 9.1% higher. Outside the cities, rental inflation varies from 6.2% in Leinster to close to 12% in both Munster and Connacht-Ulster. New rent pressure zones came into effect in 19 locations last month, including areas in Waterford, Galway and Cork – counties which all experienced notable rent increases in the last quarter. The quarterly rental report by shows that demand continues to far outstrip supply. On 1 May 2019, there were only 2,700 homes available to rent nationwide – the lowest number ever recorded. Ronan Lyons, economist at Trinity College Dublin and author of the report, said the moderation in increases was more likely due to limits on affordability, rather than improvements in the supply of rental properties..


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Chef Sham Hanifa will produce a special lunch at Everett’s Restaurant (8 September) while seaweed expert Marie Power joins the team at Momo for a tasting menu featuring local seaweeds (7 September). On Saturday (7 September) there will be a three-course meal paired with drinks at The Reg, a Pigs and Pints event on Bailey’s New Street, and a meat lovers’

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A SCHOOL in Co Waterford has been chosen to pioneer a hot meals project. Scoil Choill Mhic Thomaisin, in Kilmacthomas, is one of 36 primary schools selected for the initiative to provide a hot meal for children every week day. The schools will provide a menu of at least two different meals each day, plus a vegetarian choice and an option that caters for students’ religious and cultural dietary requirements. Families will not be asked for additional contributions towards these meals. The scheme has been running since January at one school in Dublin. “A hot school meal is not just about nutrition but it also guarantees a better education,” said Minister for Social Protection, Regina Doherty,. “The research out there shows us that children who benefit from a daily nutritious hot dinner have greater focus and better learning outcomes.” The schools were selected to ensure a variety of sizes, and a mixture of urban and rural.

Surge of students in part-time courses

THERE has been a significant increase in students doing part-time courses at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT). The number doing part-time and online courses stands at 1650 , a 28% increase on last year. Neil Quinlan, Head of the Department of Lifelong Learning. says more adult learners and employers see the value in continuous learning. He said it was not too late to inquire about courses starting next month. WIT has added four full-time courses to the CAO’s ‘available places’ for a September start. People who have not already applied to the CAO, as well as existing applicants, have the opportunity to apply to start next month. The courses WIT is offering are the two-year Higher Cert in Business (level 6), the three year Bachelor of Arts (Hons) (level 8), the four-year honours degree in Engineering (Common Entry) (level 8), and the three-year BSc in Information Technology (level 7). Dr Derek O’Byrne, Registrar and Vice President for Academic Affairs, said the CAO’s Available Places scheme is ideal for those who have courses in the wrong order of preference on their CAO list. He recommends that applicants

considering a course on available places should take the time to decide that one of the courses on offer is the right choice for them. Available places applicants should phone WIT directly before applying. The Ask WIT helpline is open weekdays 9.30-5 up to Friday, 23 August 2019. Telephone: 051 834176 / 051 834177. COSTLY: Green Party councillor Marc Ó Cathasaigh has criticised comments made by Minister of Education Joe McHugh that ‘there are regional options’ for students who can’t afford the cost of living away from home to attend the university course of their choice. Mr Ó Cathasaigh said these comments were made in a week where first-year students across the South East were scrambling to find college accommodation having received their Leaving Cert results. He said: “There’s no doubt that WIT is an excellent third level institution, but it doesn’t offer the full range of courses that would be available in many of our other cities. Our future doctors, teachers, arts graduates; all have to travel to access these courses elsewhere. It’s not good enough for the minister to suggest that our young people curtail their hopes and dreams due to his government’s failures.”

TD says climate plan is falling apart

THE wheels are slowly coming off the Government’s climate action plan, Waterford TD David Cullinane has said. Mr Cullinane, the Sinn Féin spokesperson on climate action, said the “retrofit fiasco” was just one more example of the incompetence of the present administration on this issue. He called on the Minister for Housing to confirm that funding for the Social Housing Investment Programme is secure. “It is amazing that the government has decided to suspend funding to one of its key climate action policies, leaving

hundreds of households in the lurch,” said Mr Cullinane. “This comes on the back of reports last week that the targets for electric cars are piein-the-sky and do not have the confidence of the Minister for Transport.” “The cabinet has signed off on a plan that clearly cannot be delivered,” he said. The Green Party in Waterford said it had been a “bleak week” for the Government’s climate change plans. Councillor, Marc Ó Cathasaigh, said there was a lack of joined up thinking and urgency.

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Half of drink-driving charges are dismissed IF you are charged with drink driving in County Waterford you have a better than even chance of avoiding a conviction. The county has the lowest rate of convictions in

the country, new figures show. Only 44% of prosecutions here were successful.This compares with an 85% conviction rate in Co Kildare, the highest in the country.

The figures cover 2017, 2018 and the first seven months of 2019, and were released to independent TD, Tommy Broughan. Nationally, they show that one in every three drivers prosecuted for drink driving ends up avoiding a conviction. The Road Safety Authority has called on the Department of Justice to carry out research into the reasons for the big differences between one county and another. Brendan Ryan, chief executive of the courts service, said the courts do not record the reasons why cases are dismissed. He said there may be a range of reasons including failure of prosecuting garda to attend court, and the prosecuting garda applying to have the case struck out when, for instance, evidence arises that another person was driving the vehicle. He told RTE: “The defendant may have provided evidence that proved to the court that he or she should not be convicted of the charge or the judge may not have been satisfied that the case against the accused was proved beyond all reasonable doubt.”

Battling Déise Vikings will bring history to life on the Greenway

THE Vikings will be back in Waterford on Sunday (August 25). But there is no need to hide your gold or lock up your daughters. Déise Medieval Vikings will be bringing a a free day of family fun to the Greenway at Carriganore. The event, part of Heritage Week,will run from 10.30am to 5pm. The living history and craft village will feature traditional Viking activities and there will

be a weapon display - with the chance to try on a helmet and hold a sword or axe. Archaeologists from TVAS Ireland will be run Dig in a Box, opportunity for kids to learn about the work that archaeologists do, what they find and the tools and techniques they use. Maeve Sikora,the Keeper of Irish Antiquities, will be attending with the National Museum’s replica Viking artefact collection.

Maeve is an expert on Viking women’s burials in Ireland, and during the day she will give two talks about Viking female burials at the Viking ‘showgrave’ LONGSHIP: On Saturday, August 31, from 12 noon, Mount Congreve gardens will host a celebration of Waterford’s maritime heritage. A replica Viking longship will be on display. See www.mountcongreve. com. August 21, 2019

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5G is heading our way ... and it’s coming fast

COMMERCIAL 5G is being launched in Ireland for the first time. Waterford is one of five counties chosen for the new technology which is capable of much faster downloads and can manage larger volumes of data. Residents in the Claremont Road area of Waterford city have been protesting against the arrival of 5G broadband which they claim poses a radiation risk. But Vodafone, the company behind the launch, has dismissed these fears as baseless. Anne O’Leary, CEO of Vodafone Ireland, stressed there is no evidence to support the concerns. “We work with the World Health Organisation and all the international health organisations,” she said. “There is no evidence of any adverse effects to health because of electromagnetic

technology, which is mobile technology.” Vodafone has also launched its 5G network in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, and Galway . 5G is the next generation of mobile connectivity which succeeds the current 4G and older 3G systems. It stands for “fifth generation” and should deliver faster speeds, more reliable and more consistent connections. 4G is capable of speeds of 10Mbps-20Mbps and Vodafone claims speeds of up to 225Mbps with its 4G+. But that pales in comparison to 5G, which is capable of connection speeds of more than 1,000Mbps This means we can download movies quicker, or add to our music collection in seconds. We can stream video with fewer hiccups and we will be able to hold a video conference on

mobile broadband without the dreaded buffering. 5G also promises lower latency. Latency is the communication delay on the network, the time lag between you sending a command and the smart home device responding. That may not seem important but when it comes to usability, reducing that lag is a major bonus. If, for instance, self-driving cars are ever to become a realtiy on our roads they will need fast, stable data connections. The internet of things is expected to benefit from 5G, and the industrial internet of things is expected to get an even bigger boost. Manufacturing plants and factories will use 5G connectivity to process larger amounts of data, encouraging automation and transforming the way data is processed.

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news in brief In the running

Waterford-based pharmaceutical stability storage business Q1 Scientific has been shortlisted in three categories for the Pharmaceutical Industry Awards 2019. The ceremony will be held on October 24.

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Class of ‘79

The class of ’79, from Our Lady Of Mercy Secondary School, will hold a reunion on Friday, October 4, at Itty Bittys bar, Bank Lane, Waterford. To confirm your place, please contact Issy Foley, 083 3196215.

Supper time

The RNLI Fish Supper, the annual fundraising event to support lifeboat crews,will take place from 6pm on August 30 in Mooney’s of An Rinn.


Quish’s SuperValu, Tramore, has been awarded the prize for Best Local Champion at the Annual Checkout Best In Fresh Awards. It was also a finalist in the Excellence in Fresh Food Retailing category and best Fresh Fruit and Vegetable.

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Waterford Cheshire hold their weekly Charity Bingo Night, every Friday night, in their premises on Johns Hill. Starting at 8pm .

BETWEEN THE CANALS This movie set in North inner city Dublin follows the life of three friends over 24 hours on St. Patrick’s Day. Perhaps the kindest way to describe the three guys is ‘messers’. They are aimless, have no jobs, like to go out and party and are all involved in low level criminality to get by. The first you see of one of the young men is him phoning up the Guards to tell them a child has been shot in the head and when they arrive at the flats he pushes a washing machine down on top of them. Dots, as he is known, then meets up with his friend Banksy whose uncle has just died and also is having trouble with his girlfriend who is fed up with him and his aimless lifestyle. It might be excusable when you are in your teens but when you are in you mid to late twenties it’s a different matter altogether, especially when you already have a child and another on the way. Banksy and his girlfriend argue all the time but you quickly get the impression that this is the way it has always been and always will be. The two friends then meet up with Scratcher who is Dots’ cousin and the three of them go for a wander into town. Naturally they get into trouble and it is this trouble that sets the tone for the rest of the film. Although the real danger comes in the end from a very different and not entirely unexpected place. There is a lot in the movie about ‘reputation’, ‘revenge’ and of course the money to be made from drugs. The film doesn’t shy away from this and shows only too well how easy it is to be sucked into the drugs trade, the money to be made is huge, even at a low level. But the dangers are there as well and an example of what can happen is shown all too clearly with a large scale drugs dealer being shot in front of Scratcher who had just been offered a job by him. This is an interesting movie, well acted and definitely well written. What isn’t so great is the plot, you can easily work out the ending, tragic for one of the characters, as soon as an ancillary character is introduced for a few seconds. But what it does it does very well. WORLD WAR II IN COLOUR. This series of documentaries are sold on the basis that they are in colour, which they are. What lets them down is accuracy. Footage is reused in different contexts again and again. Moscow for Leningrad, the same footage of bombs dropping on Japan used for different occasions, the sinking of one ship in one battle the same for another. History is all about accuracy, not necessarily colour and this certainly doesn’t have the former. Disappointing.

Wall-to-wall art turns our city into a gallery IRELAND’S largest outdoor gallery of public art is taking shape in Waterford. Waterford Walls International Street Art Festival 2019 will see Irish and international street artists transform the city. The festival, from Thursday 22 August to Sunday 25 August, will explore themes from mental health to the digital environment to climate change. “Street art is more than

aesthetics: it’s about provoking thought and finding inspiration in places where you least expect it,” says Curtis Hylton, the UK-based street artist who explores themes of climate change and its impact on wildlife through his murals. “Good street art can literally stop you in your tracks. So, at this year’s Waterford Walls Festival, we’re encouraging people to look and look again.” Other artists include

Beerens (France) whose art focuses on the underwater world, Lost. Optics (Romania) who looks at geometric forms and the digital environment, Russ (France) who addresses the evolution of matter and state through time, as well as a host of Irish artists. See https://waterfordwalls. ie/meet-our-artists/ for full listing. Our picture shows a work by Curtis Hylton in Waterford. Photo by Julia Behal.

McGrath return still on cards but Queally favourite

PETER Queally is the clear front-runner to become the next Waterford senior hurling manager but, as reported in last week’s Waterford Today, former boss Derek McGrath is also in the running. And McGrath is not ruling out the possibility of a return to the hot seat. In an interview he explained his mixed thoughts. He said: “There’s 85 per cent of me saying ‘No, it’s too early to go back’. And then there’s 15 per cent of me saying, ‘Jesus, I might have a look at that.” Queally was a selector under Davy Fitzgerald during his Déise reign from 2008-2010 before leading Passage to a Waterford SHC success in 2013 and guiding Abbeyside to last year’s county final. He was tipped for the senior job in 2013 before losing out to McGrath and he is now hotlyfancied to take charge with Dan Shanahan expected to be part of his backroom team. Colm Bonnar is another name being mentioned as the man to

follow Páraic Fanning, who resigned last month. But it is the possibility of a McGrath return that has aroused the most interest. In an interview with RTE the former manager said: “I went on holiday on the Monday morning two weeks ago ... and when I was out there on the Thursday or Friday I got a text to say Páraic had stepped down. “So your head is racing then, your mind is racing, kind of. I have to be ambiguous enough about it in that that’s where I’m at, I’ve a muddled mind really on it.” McGrath also suggested that he might, at some point, consider managing another county. But he sees himself returning to the Waterford management job at some stage. He said: “Definitely at some point, without a doubt. Ah yeah, without a doubt. I like it, you know what I mean. “Even though at the end of it I was tired, still you’d miss it.”

You’ll not stay in black if you follow the Reds IRISH fans of the six biggest English football clubs will spend up to €7,408 this season to cheer on their team at home games in the Premier League. The extent of their spending was revealed by an analysis from An Post Money . It looked at spending by fans of Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, and Celtic from the SPL. Waterford has six official supporters’ clubs for these teams: two for Celtic, one each for Liverpool, Spurs, Manchester City and Chelsea. Liverpool supporters will spend up to £865 for their 2019/2020 season ticket. Those supporting the competing Manchester clubs can spend between £325 and £950 with Manchester City providing the cheaper option and Manchester United the more expensive. Spurs charge between £795 and £1,995 for a season ticket. August 21, 2019

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citywide Ferrybank Library News Do you like to keep up with current affairs and world news or do you prefer to delve into the news of yesteryear? Join us for a demo of our online newspaper resources Pro-quest and The Irish Times Newspaper Archive. Drop into the library on Friday 23rd August 10.30am – 12.30pm to have a go at using these resources. All are welcome to attend. Summer Reading: To date over 300 children have joined the reading challenge at Ferrybank Library. We are thrilled to see so many children reading throughout the summer months. There’s not long left in the challenge so keep up the reading and don’t forget to return your cards so that you can collect your certificate, pencil and cinema voucher! Closing date Saturday 31st August 2019. New courses at Access I.T. Sage Made Easy: This course is a hands on practical basic course for people with little or no knowledge of Sage. 10 weeks at 2 hour per lesson; Cost €350.00. Photoshop: Whether it’s for your business or just for fun edit photos like a Pro! 10 weeks for 2 hours per

week; Cost; €250. 00 Digital Skills for Citizens: We still have our Free beginners ‘ Learn how to get the most from the Internet, pay bills, shopping, Skype, e-mail & much much much! Call to book at 051-374849. See our Website for a full list of all our courses at www.accessit. ie email: Access I.T. CLG is a Social Enterprise computer training company, based @ the Campus, Ballybeg, Waterford National Heritage Week Hook Lighthouse is set to host free tours of the world’s oldest operational lighthouse and a variety of events for National Heritage Week, which takes place from August 17th to 25th; enjoy Historial tours, Family Fun Sunday and an Irish Whale and Dolphin Group Day at the Lighthouse located on the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford. Visit the iconic landmark during Heritage Week as the tour guides along with a little help from the holograms of St. Dubhan and William Marshal recount its stories dating back some 800 years. Free guided tours will be on offer each evening of National Heritage Week daily at 9.30am, 10am and 10.30am Each of

Why we need to talk about Menopause. If you are in your early 40’s and your periods become irregular, sleep patterns change or you start feeling anxious or moody, you need to consider that you may be perimenopausal. Join Breeda Birmingham for a talk focusing on opening up conversations surrounding menopause and midlife. Breeda is a former Public Health Nurse and a psychology graduate. Saturday August 24th at 2-3.30pm at Waterford Central Library, Lady Lane, Waterford. To book your place please contact Central Library on 076110 2975 or email KevinHayes@

Pictured enjoying all the action at the Tramore Races recenlty were: Helene Power, Niamh Coryell, Fiona Cullen, Deirdre Breen, Lynda O’Brien and Lynne Hincks. (Photo Noel Browne) these tours MUST be prebooked in advance at www. On Sunday, August 18th a special Family Fun day will be on offer at the tower with free fun games taking place on the Lighthouse lawns. On Saturday, August 24th the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group will host an information day at the Lighthouse, the group will tell

visitors how best to spot the Minke and Humpback Whales, which are frequently seen, off the Peninsula, along with details on Dolphins, Porpoises, Seals and other sea life. And to take the Summer season to a close, Sunday, September 1st is Family Fun Sunday at Hook Lighthouse. Some of those pesky Pirates will be back to take hold of the Lighthouse. Don’t miss the calamity on Sunday, September 1st as Captain Hook and his cro-

nies host their final Pirate Fling, all of their usual antics and mischief will be par for the course. Hook Lighthouse is the oldest operational Lighthouse in the world. Hook Head Lighthouse has shone a protective beam for passing sailors for 800 years and remarkably, the original structure is still intact. This Irish lighthouse sits at the top of breathtaking Hook Head, rich in history, character and natural beauty.

Foraging Talk, Taste & Walk with Juicie Jim A foraging talk,taste and walk wit Juicie Jim will take place on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at 6:30-8pm at GROW HQ Farronshoneen, Dunmore Road, Waterford. Learn to identify and use many plants that grow all around us in fields, woods and hedgerows. Use these plants as food and medicine with Jim who has many years’ experience of using them. Get out into the great outdoors and see the bounty that surrounds us all. Please dress appropriately with boots and rain gear. Tickets from shop.giy. ie Call us with any questions on 051 584422. Women’s Let’s Run 0 to 5km Always wanted to run but never tried? Would you like to learn in a fun, social atmosphere with lots of encouragement and advice to keep you on track? Join us for a 6 week running programme Mondays @ 6.30pm (registration from 6.15pm) starting Monday 9th September 6.30 to 7.30pm at the Regional Sports Centre Cork Road |Waterford This 6-Week Programme runs from Monday 9th September to Monday 14th October. €20 per person. LIMITED PLACES! BOOK NOW on For more information please contact: Pauline Casey on 076 110 2682 or pcasey@

Pictured are Philip and Kim English, recently married in Courtmacsherry, Co.Cork.

Tramore Bay talk A talk entitled ‘Five Towers: Tramore Bays Early Warning System’ hosted by Waterford City and County Libraries and Waterford Council will take place on Thursday August 22nd from 7-8pm at Tramore Library Market Street, Waterford, Ireland. This will be a 45-minute talk with Noel Power, where Noel will discuss the Metal Man, Tramore Waterford Harbour Countdown System, and the tragedies in Tramore Bay over the past 250 years. For more information please contact us on 0761 10 2594 or lkinsella@ August 21, 2019

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Faces at The Races

Photos: Noel Browne

Ashley, Thomas and Bea McCarthy, McCarthy Fuels, Ian Daly and Owen Whitehouse.

Shell Walsh, Gary Williams, Lynsey Kennedy and Claire Crowley.

Caroline Cronin and Cliona Cadogan. Ethel Ryan and her mother Alice O’Brien.

Ann Marie Fitzgerald, Mags Gough and Orla Murphy from Passage.


The growing obesity crisis


few weeks ago, I came across an old black and white picture of my classmates and me from junior school in the late 1960’s. It is striking how thin everyone was. There were several very good reasons for that, of course. We walked to school, cycled everywhere, played out of doors, and helped out on the farm. The food we ate was all natural: no processed products full of salt or sugar back then. Sweets, crisps, chocolate, take aways and fizzy drinks were rare luxuries. How very different from today! If our house is anything to go by, the presses and fridge are full of these unhealthy treats, and we eat a take away at least once a week (although my husband, rather than our children, is the worst offender!). As we move into the 21st century, we face many ongoing health challenges. Stress, mental health, illegal drugs, alcohol abuse and smoking correctly remain key areas of attention and focus. But I believe much

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more consideration needs to be given to another ticking timebomb in Ireland’s health: obesity. The figures are deeply alarming. As many as 25% of Irish kids are now classified as overweight or obese, and that figure rises to over 60% for the general population. Being overweight increases your risk of cancer. It reduces your life expectancy. It increases the chances of you having diabetes, strokes, heart disease and high blood pressure. We know that smoking is harmful to our health, and to the government’s credit, it has taken a number of measures

to discourage this unhealthy habit: high taxation, a ban on advertising, laws forbidding smoking in the workplace, plus supports to smokers who quit. It’s high time we started treating obesity with the same urgency and ardour that we apply to smoking. The best way is to treat virtually all health conditions is to catch them early. Better still, prevention is better than cure. Both those rules apply to obesity. In November 2018, the Joint Committee on Children & Youth Affairs in the Dail produced a lengthy report on tacking childhood obesity. The report contains no less than 20 worthy recommendations, but alas many of them are woolly and mealy-mouthed suggestions: “a total ban on advertising for unhealthy food” would make much more sense than the report’s proposal to “introduce a more robust nutrient profile model in the context of the advertising and marketing of unhealthy foods to children” (whatever that means!). The tax on sugary drinks is a welcome step in the right

direction, but we desperately need more actions, and fewer words. Rather than “do more research and consider the case for the phased introduction over time” approach of the report, we should immediately implement many of their common sense recommendations: • Much greater supports and encouragement for physical exercise and sports in schools and clubs • No new take aways near schools • Healthy eating and cooking made a formal part of the school curriculum • An advertising ban on unhealthy foods, and removal of vending machines from schools. • Action on poverty, which conversely is one of the main causative factors in obesity. Breda Gardner Homeopath, LCPH, MCOS, RGN runs busy natural health clinics at: Health Therapies Clinic, 13 Gladstone Street, Waterford and 15 Upper Patrick Street, Kilkenny. Tel: 087 2025753


In 1969, after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers completed its work on Niagara Falls, about 100,000 people showed up to see this national wonder without “its liquid veil.” What did they see? A. Niagara Falls had been “dewatered,” exposing the bare rock face of American Falls for the first time since 1848, when an ice jam from Lake Erie stopped the Niagara River, says Ben Crair in “Smithsonian” magazine. The falls formed some 12,000 years ago, when water from Lake Erie carved a channel to Lake Ontario. Back then, the engineers wanted to find a way to remove the unseemly boulders--25,000 tons of shale and dolomite--that had piled up at the base of the falls, cutting By Bill Sones and its height in half. Rich Sones, Turning off the falls required PhD bulldozers and dump trucks fighting a tenmile-per-hour current to push 27,800 tons of earth across the 600-foot river. Engineers then used the International Control Dam to redirect 59,000 gallons per second to hydroelectric plants. “After six months of topographic, geological and seismic studies of the dry falls, engineers decided to leave the rocks at the base of the falls. (Two corpses found there were removed.)” Who drinks more alcohol, those living in warmer climates with ample sunshine, or those in chillier, cloudier places? A. “Worldwide and in America, in colder areas and areas with less sun, you have more drinking and more alcoholic cirrhosis,” says professor of medicine Ramon Bataller, senior author of a recent study. Alcohol - a vasodilator - increases the flow of warm blood to the skin, which is full of temperature sensors. The resulting feelings of warmth may be pleasant in Siberia, but not so much in the Sahara. “Drinking is also linked to depression, which tends to be worse when sunlight is scarce and there’s a chill in the air,” notes ScienceDaily online. With a large data set and sophisticated statistical analysis, the researchers were able to control for confounding factors such as religious prohibitions on alcohol sale and consumption, and nonalcohol causes of cirrhosis (obesity, smoking). As ScienceDaily concludes, to reduce the burden of alcoholism and alcoholic liver disease, policy initiatives might better target geographic areas where alcohol is more likely to be problematic.

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Never too old to tango, says Jim (99)


Marathon not a sprint


ith over 51,000 college places just announced by the CAO, the scale of the numbers demonstrates just how much an emphasis Irish people place on the power of education. With such a relatively young population in a country where there is a long history of further and continuing education getting the right third level course is seen as vital to any young person’s long term success in life. It is no wonder that the media is saturated with coverage of exams and results, courses to take nearly all year long. What is not often mentioned is what happens once you have achieved the goal that you have set yourself. Further education is not an end in itself, just as those who finish their Leaving Certificate quickly realise that the exam, whilst important, is not the be all and end all of everything. Third level education, depending on the qualification that you are going for, will take three or four years. Some courses can take up to seven years and that is even before you take into account post-grad options. Then there is of course the fact that by the time that you are ready with your qualification to enter the work place you still are going in at the lowest entry point. Many people who have their degree will soon quickly begin to realize that they will probably need a whole raft of practical skills in order to make them more attractive to prospective employers. If you are going to be a student, no matter what level, if any, grant you might get, you have to accept the fact that you are going to be poor. The financial burden on any parent with a child in third level is difficult but the student themselves it is harder. You are not going to be poor for a couple of months, but for years and that is very hard. The trade off is that you will post degree be earning a better salary but deferred gratification can be very difficult when your non college working friends are going out and planning holidays. But for all the downsides and difficulties that come with being a student there are tremendous benefits. Hopefully you will be studying something that you really enjoy and not just something for a better job down the line, there are the friends you make, the experiences that you have, the freedom from responsibilities, the opportunities for travel. Third level education, as indeed with any form of education, opens up windows on worlds that you probably never even knew existed. Don’t however go into it blindly, it is a significant undertaking, it is a marathon and not a sprint with all the hard work that that entails.

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HSE local mental health forums

THE HSE is developing local forums to help people who use mental health services and their family and carers. Five information meetings have been scheduled for Waterford. They are: *Wednesday 21st August at 6pm at the Central Library, Lady Lane, Waterford. *Wednesday 18th September at 6pm at the Central Library, Lady Lane, Waterford. *Wednesday 16th October at 6pm at the Central

JIM McManus will be 100 next year - and he’s still dancing. More remarkably, he is dancing the tango. And this incredible 99-year-old man from Waterford has been dancing at the World Tango Championships in Buenos Aires. Jim has represented Ireland at the event along with his partner Lucia Seva, who is from Argentina. They received a standing ovation from the Buenos Aires audience. Jim says eating well and dancing have helped him live so long. He told WLR : “It’s no secret... eating the right sort of things, not eating the things which you shouldn’t eat and avoiding certain things, like too much booze and fags. “Dancing is good exercise for the whole body, the brain, the arms, the legs, heart and everything.” His journey to Argentina was helped by pals who raised €2,400 on a GoFundMe page. Jim, originally from Paisley in Scotland, dances every Tuesday with Waterford Tango group.

Library, Lady Lane, Waterford. *Wednesday 20th November at 6pm at the Central Library, Lady Lane, Waterford. *Wednesday 18th December at 6pm at the Central Library, Lady Lane, Waterford Meetings are also scheduled for Carlow, Kilkenny, Wexford and south Tipperary, the other regions classified as South East for hospital purposes.

Leading jockey at the Tramore Racing Festival greets one of her biggest fans, Jayden O’Callaghan and his father Rory O’Callaghan after winning the MM Halley & Son Solicitors Handicap Steeplechase on board Whoyakodding on Friday last. (Photo: Noel Browne)

In garden warfare, it’s about who you know


KNOW little to nothing about gardening, which is a pity for I have quite a substantial garden front and back. I keep it under control by a form of trench warfare. I go over the top twice a year, in spring and autumn, emerging from my house with all the weapons I can muster; things for mowing and chopping, for slashing and burning. I hope to catch the enemy by surprise and reduce him to the point of unconditional surrender - the brambles and weeds banished, the shrubs and bushes cut to the stalk and even the non-combatant flowers looking cowed. I never quite manage it. After an hour or two of hand to branch combat I have had enough and settle for a ceasefire. I can’t claim outright victory but I can make an orderly retreat, safe in the knowledge that it will be six months at least before my foe dares to confront me again. This year I launched my usual

spring offensive and retired happy that the enemy had been put in his place. He didn’t stay there long. The combination of wet and warm weather, in this season we call summer, has emboldened the plant brigade and their allies, the shrubs, thorns, brambles and wild grass. They massed on my borders a few weeks ago and advanced on the house at an alarming rate. I had not seen the enemy so strong before and feared I could not confront them by myself. Time to call in paid mercenaries, I thought. But I number many oddities among my friends - golfers, anglers, vegans, and, as it turned out, two gardeners. When I mentioned my dilemma to them, they brushed aside the idea of paying to get the job done. Forget about the mercenaries, they declared, for they were battle-hardened veterans and would face the foe without flinching. They arrived at my door within days and I could see

right away where I has been going wrong. Their weaponry was Nato’s finest whereas mine might have been borrowed from the San Marino defence forces. Their lawn mower could have eaten mine - and might have done if I hadn’t got it out of the way in time. Their cutting and hacking tools made mine look like a bulk purchase from Smyths Toys. They even brought spades (for digging new trenches?) and something called a hoe. My offer of assistance was flatly rejected. This was not a job for amateurs. So I went to get a few beers for when they took a break. But these two did not believe in breaks. Their assault had the ferocity of a plague of locusts. My garden was vanishing before my eyes. And as the weeds and thorns disappeared strange things began emerging from what had been the undergrowth: a deflated World Cup 14 football, lost by my grandchildren in, presumably, 2014; a Zippo

cigarette lighter which had been my pride and joy until I gave up smoking 18 years ago; the remote control from an old television. This was getting out of hand. It had to stop before the television itself put in an appearance. I was happy to settle for my usual ceasefire but these two wanted nothing less than total surrender. One man, with a large strimming device, made a dash at an inoffensive piece of hedge while his fellow fanatic, armed with motorised clippers, attacked a verge that had not yet shown the white flag. I the end, I prevailed, and we stood back to admire the battlefield. I had to admit that it did not look much like the site of a recent and terrible conflict - just a well-maintained garden. As I said, I know little to nothing about gardening. But it’s not what you know, it’s who you know that counts. - Michael Wolsey August 21, 2019

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Box clever: TV graduates’ dreams come through It’s an exciting time to be involved in the film and television industry in Ireland, as the graduates from Waterford Institute of Technology’s Higher Diploma in Television Production are finding out. After receiving thier training in Nemeton TV in Gaeltacht na nDéise, the graduates are thriving and finding employment in production companies all over the country as well as in television stations. Local film graduates, John Foley of Dungarvan, Amii McGuinness of Waterford city and Morgan Mansfield of An Sean Phobal, have just finished an exciting stint working on Abu Media’s series Go Gasta in An Rinn. Amii says that “Coming from a visual art background, I found that this course helped me to hone in on the skills I already had and weave them with new skills, in particular, the art of storytelling for the world of film”. And following the highly suc-

cessful premiere in Dungarvan of their imaginative graduate films, four of this year’s newly trained filmmakers joined the camera, production and directing departments on Macalla’s feature drama Mo Ghrá Buan funded through TG4’s Cine4, also set in An Rinn. Amongst the four graduates was Helena Keane, a fluent Irish speaker from County Meath. Helena moved to An Rinn for the Higher Diploma so that she could acquire the necessary skills for a career in the media and spent her time well, writing, directing and editing a mock current affairs programme film. The short film set Helena up for a job with Tyrone Production’s on TG4’s long running soap opera Ros na Rún, where she is delighted to be realising her dreams: “I had no media experience at the start of the year, but the emphasis on practical work meant I gained enough hands-on experi-

ence to set me up for working in the industry right after the course”. Oisín Mistéil from Dublin has also gone from strength to strength since finishing the Higher Diploma last year with his stunning short drama Amach an Sliabh. The film was broadcast with other films from the course on TG4’s Céad Seans Series. Oisín says that ‘The Nemeton TV postgraduate course gave me the opportunity to hone my skills and gain experience in every step of the production process, from writing and storytelling, to producing, filming, editing and marketing’. If you are interested in a great career in television or digital media, the next course starts in September 2019. For further information contact: 058 46499

Robert Power and Ailbhe Hackett

Aisling Power and Niall O’Boyle

Pictured at the Tower Hotel attending the Ardscoil Na Mara Debs 2019 were jack Taylor and Luke Fitzpatrick. Photo;John Power

Nadia Bohill & Sinéad Cahill. August 21, 2019

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Invest in your future with Waterford Credit Union

Invest in your future with Waterford Credit Union Are you starting or returning to college, upskilling or retraining? Let Waterford Credit Union help you invest in your future. Our education loan can help in many ways, whether it’s to cover registration fees, accommodation costs, course material or books. During this expensive time, we are here to provide a low-cost education loan at a very competitive rate. • Very competitive variable rate of 6.5% (APR 6.69%) • Free Loan Insurance by the Credit Unions loan protection policy • No hidden fees or transaction charges • Flexible repayment options to suit everyone • No penalties for early repayments • No saving history required For your chance to WIN €1000 towards your college fee’s– visit services for details on our Educational Bursary 2019. Our lending team are waiting to hear from you! Email: loans@waterfordcu. ie | Call: 051- 861616 | Visit:

Pictured at the Tower Hotel attending the Ardscoil Na Mara Debs 2019 were Kaia Aylward and Luke Hanway.Photo: John Power August 21, 2019

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Do your homework on accommodation As the new college year approaches, the search begins for countless students to find accommodation for the coming year. While students put together criteria for their search, such as location, living space and cost, there is often one important criteria that is overlooked. For those students engaging with an estate agent in their search for accommodation, it is imperative that they ensure that the agent is licensed by the Property Services Regulatory Authority (PSRA). All Property Service Providers (Letting Agents, Auctioneers, Estate Agents and Management Agents) operating in the Republic of Ireland must hold a PSRA licence to provide a property service. Licensed Property Service Providers are regulated by the PSRA, ensuring that the consumer is protected. The individual licence is a credit card size licence, which contains the licensee name, photographic identification and a unique 6

or 12 digit PSRA licence number, always beginning with a double zero. In recent years, reports to the PSRA regarding bogus letting agents increase at this time of year as new bogus agents appear, targeting the large number of students seeking accommodation. These bogus agents often set up online, advertising accommodation and attempting to extract financial payments from prospective tenants. In some instances, these bogus agents will claim to have a valid PSRA licence number. When using a property service provider, clients should ask to see the property service provider’s licence and note the licence number. You can then check this number on the PSRA Register of Licensed Property Services Providers to ensure that the licence is not only valid and in date, but that the provider’s details match those on the Register. The Register can be found on the PSRA’s website,

Pictured at the Tower Hotel attending the Ardscoil Na Mara Debs 2019 were Georgina Knight and Dean Eden.Photo;John Power


the Masters in Educational Success There were jubilant scenes at Yeats College Waterford this week as students celebrated another year of truly phenomenal results. The College’s tradition of outstanding examination success continues with the class of 2019 achieving results significantly above the National Average. First time Leaving Certificate student David Farrell from Dunmore East achieved a fantastic result of 613, while fellow Waterford student Michael Power scored an impressive 590 points. Both are now intending to study Pharmacy at UCC, their first-choice CAO course. Yeats College is a special place, with a rich legacy of teaching vibrant, curious students who come from a variety of different backgrounds, abilities and interests. Students this year performed phenomenally with a number of Repeat Leaving Certificate students achieving an increase of 100 points or more. One ecstatic student, Martin Culleton from Wexford, was thrilled to increase his score by 200 points on last year. Another delighted student was Maurice Kiely, from Dungarvan, who scored a fantastic 578 points and is looking forward to studying Data Analytics at UCC, his first choice CAO course.

“I feel elated. You really fulfil your potential at Yeats College. They have it down to a fine art.” Leaving Certificate Student.

Ever considered a career in Tourism & Hospitality?

It’s decision time for thousands of school leavers and college graduates as they consider their next steps in future education and training or onto the job market. With hospitality and tourism businesses around the country including in Waterford looking to recruit over 6,000 entry-level employees each year across all areas of their operation, the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) is encouraging them to consider a career in the industry. Mr Colm Neville, Chair of the South East branch of the Irish Hotels Federation says “School leavers can choose from a wide selection of specialist courses on offer in colleges throughout the country, as well as ‘earn and learn’ chef programmes for those who may not want to commit to a full time college course. There are plenty of opportunities too for graduates as well as school leavers who wish to start working straight away, offering a variety of options for career paths that support professional

development with skills that are transferrable.” Opportunities are available in areas such as food and beverage; catering; accommodation services; reception; leisure centre and spa facility management; sales and marketing; human resources; IT; management and finance. The IHF has a dedicated website, Get a Life in Tourism, supported by Fáilte Ireland, which offers comprehensive information on the many careers available and how to get started. The website also includes personal stories that offer a realistic picture of what to expect from a career in the sector as well as some of the many courses and training schemes that are available, providing young people with valuable first-hand information to help them make their choice. Tourism and hospitality supports 6,300 jobs in Waterford and some 266,000 jobs nationally, equivalent to 11% of total employment, with more than 60,000 of these jobs in the hotels sector alone.

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Students are given thorough support during their time at Yeats College, enabling them to achieve their true potential through a combination of classroom-based learning, tutorials, revision classes, exam preparation, multi-disciplinary special education, support classes and supervised study. Students are provided with the study skills necessary to help them perform to the best of their ability in an exam setting.

Michael Power, Slieverue (590pts), David Farrell, Dunmore East (613pts) and Luke Kervick, Tramore (521pts) delighted with their phenomenal Leaving Certificate results. Yeats College is a community of happy enthusiastic students and exceptional teachers and educators who embrace a passion to succeed. The College offers a unique environment which promotes a culture of self-belief, empowerment and academic endeavour. It has as its core a truly inspirational teaching staff with a genuine commitment to student success.

Waterford students Matthew Donnelly (554pts), Luke Doyle (529pts) and Mohammed Eltayeb (566pts) celebrating their fantastic results.


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Rise in demand for part-time programmes

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) has seen a 363 rise in part-time students from 2017/2018 to 2018/2019 according to the latest audited Higher Education Authority (HEA) SRS Returns. The number of students studying WIT’s part-time and online courses increased to 1650 in 2018, a 28% increase on 2017. Neil Quinlan, Head of the Department of Lifelong Learning says more and more adult learners and employers see the value in continuous learning. “We are delighted to see an increase in our overall flexible and part-time student numbers as well as students of our online courses. “The institute has placed a major emphasis on flexible and part-time learning over the last number of years with a focus on supporting industry needs

through bespoke and flexible course delivery. “It’s not too late to enquire about courses starting this September. Applications for 2019 can be made until late August and WIT staff are on hand to talk through the application process.” WIT’s upcoming open evening on Wednesday, 21 August

WIT has built a strong reputation in the delivery of business courses and this extends into its part-time portfolio

(5pm-7pm) will give adults who are considering a change of career, upskilling or climbing the career ladder a chance to find out how they can benefit from a course. “Lifelong learning is a mainstream activity of all academic departments at WIT,” explains Quinlan. “Our part-time courses are integrated with academic schools and departments and are of solid academic quality. This is important not just to our students but in many cases their employers who support their return to education.” WIT has built a strong reputation in the delivery of business courses and this extends into its part-time portfolio. In addition, the demand for engineering personnel has resulted in engineering courses with flexible delivery.

Ethan O’Mahoney and Daniella Fritz

Pictured at the Tower Hotel attending the Ardscoil Na Mara Debs 2019 were Jack Flynn and Amy Woods. Photos: John Power

Nevaeh Tutty and Jack McKeown

Caoimhe xxx Molonet and Patrick Batho August 21, 2019

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Whale Watch Ireland 2019

book of the week

with Justin Ivory

the secretary

As part of Heritage Week, the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group (IWDG) invite you to join them for their annual, all -island, Whale Watch Ireland event at a local headland between 2:00-5:00 pm on Saturday 24th August. The purpose of whale watch day is to raise awareness of the 25 species of cetaceans (porpoises, dolphins and whales) recorded to date in all Irish waters, by giving the public an opportunity to look for and observe some of these wonderful marine mammals in their natural environment. This event also provides IWDG researchers with a unique snapshot of whale and dolphin activity around the Irish coast.

Common Dolphin (Photo Padraig Whooley) All watches are land-based (so there are no boats involved), and will be led by experienced IWDG researchers, enthusiasts and whale watchers, who will show you how to observe and identify some of the more commonly recorded cetacean species in Irish waters. You should bring binoculars or a spotting scope, refreshments and your sense of humour! Please dress appropriately for the weather conditions on the day, wear sunscreen and leave the pets at home. There is of course no guarantee that you will see whales or dolphins at your chosen site; but at last year’s event whales or dolphins were recorded at 14 of 19 sites (73.6%). For readers of this column events taking place on the East and South-East coast are: - Hook Head, Co. Wexford, Meeting Point Lighthouse Watch Leader. Harm Deenen. Contact: 086 3485013 - Helvick Head, Co. Waterford, Meeting Point Helvick High Car Park. Watch Leader Andrew Malcolm. Contact: 087 952061.

tv show of the week

by Renee Knight

The Stepfather Virgin Media 1, Wednesday August 21, 9pm

She knows all your secrets. But will she keep them? Look around you. Who holds the most power in the room? Is it the one who speaks loudest, who looks the part, who has the most money, who commands the most respect? Or perhaps it’s someone like Christine Butcher: a meek, overlooked figure, who silently bears witness as information is shared and secrets are whispered. Someone who quietly, gathers together knowledge of the people she’s there to serve - the ones who don’t notice her. When someone like Christine Butcher is pushed to her limit, she might just become the most dangerous person in the room.

First of a two-part thriller starring Philip Glenister as an ex-teacher trying to rebuild his life after the death of his first wife and subsequent disappearance of his teenage daughter. Working as a mini-cab driver so he can scour the streets for the missing girl, he unexpectedly finds happiness with divorcee Maggie Shields, but new stepdaughter Scarlett proves a thorn in his side - especially when she too disappears and the police investigation casts suspicion on him once more. Robert Bathurst and Lindsey Coulson also star. Concludes following night.

activity of the week

gig of the week


film of the week

once upon a time in hollywood Released August 15, 2019 Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film sees him once again take inspiration from historical events, this time riffing on Los Angeles of 1969, when both the golden age of studio films and the hippie dream were about to come crashing to a halt. In 1969 Los Angeles, everything is changing, as TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his longtime stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) make their way around an industry they hardly recognize anymore. The ninth film from the writer-director features a large ensemble cast and multiple storylines in a tribute to the final moments of Hollywood’s golden age.

festival of the week

AriesPatiently navigate a change. Friends come and go with community and group projects. Share appreciations, goodbyes and greetings. TaurusFinish a project before beginning another professional phase. Focus toward current passions. Don’t reveal unfinished plans. GeminiAn exploration changes. Experiment with concepts. Travel expands your view. Learn from a master. CancerThe stakes could seem high. Shift directions with shared finances over the few weeks. Work out the next phase together. LeoReach a turning point with a partnership. Compromise and collaborate for shared commitments. Adjust to a change in plans.

Bohemians FC Academy Ben Wadding Park Waterford Email:

happy mondays The Big Top, Saturday August 24 Gasworks - Waterside Car Park

bluegrass festival Thursday, August 22 to Sunday, August 25 Dunmore East, Co. Waterford

The excellent Bohemians Football Club Academy for Boys and Girls aged 5 to 10 years will start on September 7th 9.15am-10.30am And coaching session for girls will take place on Fridays from 4.30-5.30pm in Ben Wadding Park. All are welcome to come and join in the fun and learn great football skills with kids their own age. Bohs is an old and very proud club that has been teaching kids soccer in Waterford for many years and contributing a great, fun and safe environment for local kids to learn to play the beautiful game.

Arguably the highlight of the series of gigs that is The Big Top Waterford, a 7-day event comprising of an array of high-profile shows which include, comedy, illusionists, seated and standing live music events which will appeal to a broad demographic. The event will take place under the roof of a spectacular 48m2 four poster circus tent imported from France. Happy Mondays with special guests The Backroad Smokers Club,King Kong Company and Rhubarb Rhubarb at The Big Top Live from 5pm.

The 25th Dunmore East Bluegrass Festival! from August 22nd to August 25th. Fans of bluegrass, honky-tonk, blues, country, Americana and rhythm ‘n’ roots are in for a real musical treat as the festival will feature a host of artists playing almost forty free gigs throughout the village. This year’s headline act reflects the broadened remit of the festival as The Sarah Savoy Band will bring a touch of Cajun to the festival. A talented multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Sarah’s vocal style has been compared to that of Patsy Cline, Patti Smith and Wanda Jackson.

play of the week

event of the week

talks of the week

waterford’s maritime heritage Mount Congreven Gardens Saturday August 31 12 noon

Jon Kenny ‘Crowman’ Theatre Royal, Waterford, Saturday August 31 Tickets are €21.00.

Music and Fireworks Saturday August 24 Lafcadio Hearn Japanese Gardens, Tramore

Visitors can enjoy watching a variety of maritime vessels from Waterford Harbour Sailing Club as they ascend up the River Suir and berth at Mount Congreve. The replica Viking Longship will also be in display for the afternoon in the Mount Congreve yard and visitors can enjoy the exhibition and hear of Waterford’s maritime heritage from two expert speakers on the day, Historian and Museum Curator Eamonn McEneaney and local Historian Eddie Fitzgerald. Talks with Eamonn at 1pm and the talk with Eddie Fitzgerald at 3pm.

Jon Kenny is coming to Waterford with his play ‘Crowman’, which received standing ovations around the country. ‘Crowman’ a play by Cork playwright, Katie Holly, and was written especially for Jon Kenny. Jon is no stranger to Waterford. He has performed in the city on a number of occasions in the past with various productions. “Crowman” is Dan Lonergan’s account of the hilarious characters that inhabit his life on a daily basis and a love story that never was.

Enjoy a wonderful evening on the Pond at the Lafcadio Hearn Japanese Gardens Tramore, Music by Candlelight will include Tenor Dominic McGorian & The Celtic Singers and Soprano Roisin O’Grady. Limited seating around the Pond will include a glass of Prosecco all for only €15. Or why not enjoy music under the canopy on your own blanket/ chair - bring your own refreshments - €10. Arrive a little earlier and tour the garden. The evening will end with a viewing from the deck of the manificent Tramore Fireworks.

VirgoBegin a new physical health and fitness phase after reaching a barrier or obstacle. Review and revamp skills and practices. LibraChange directions with a romance, passion or creative endeavor. Express your heart, imagination and artistry. ScorpioMake repairs. Renovate, remodel and tend your garden. Domestic changes require adaptation. Begin a new home and family phase. Sagittarius-

A new two-week phase in communications, connection and intellectual discovery dawns. Shift the direction of your research. CapricornProfitable opportunities bloom over the next two weeks. A turning point arises around income and finances. Generate positive cash flow. AquariusA challenge redirects you illuminating a new personal direction. Expand your boundaries. Turn toward an inspiring possibility. PiscesOne door closes as another opens. The Aquarius Full Moon illuminates a transition time. Ritual and symbolism provide comfort. Begin an introspective phase.

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‘Jetty Stars’ shines a light

Noel Kelly’s hard hitting and controversial play is the story of Stella, a Waterford prostitute working on the city’s quays. ‘Jetty Stars’ was a name for women who plied their trade on the docks. The play is set in the summer of 1984. The North Quays are alive with ships and Stella is working the thriving wharf, an encounter with the sailor of her dreams tears her family asundaer. Fast forward seventeen years, Stella returns to the deserted docks for one last chance of redemption. Starring award winning actor Noelle Clarke (Little Gem, RTE Making The Cut, The Weir, Children of a lesser God). This is a Waterford story we want you to talk about. Early booking advised. The play takes to the stage at Garter Lane Arts Fri 20th and Sat 21st Sept @8pm.Booking is open on:051

Kenny’s ‘Crowman’ Summer with Nathan Jon a theatrical powerhouse Ireland’s hottest act, NATHAR CARTER returns for one night only to his favourite venue, Theatre Royal Waterford on Thursday 29th August. Just back from his completely sold out British Tour Nathan is raring to go in Ireland again. It has been another wonder year with his 5th studio Album “Born” going straight to Number One on its release in September last, making it his 5th album to debut at the top of the charts. He is an exciting feature on the UK Country scene, and once again tops the Irish charts with his fifth

album ‘Where I Wanna Be’ which features his unique blend of Celtic, country and pop! Not bad for the cherubic former head choir boy who sang for Pope John Paul II in Rome. So as Nathan himself sings “I was born for the road” Come along and share the experience with Him! Nathan promises A must-see show, with his amazing band. “We will make it an unforgettable night for all our fans’’. Limited tickets (€39.50) available at 051 874 402 and online at

DART is coming to town

No, it’s not a new transport system - DART (Dublin Area Rapid Trax) is one of the most exciting new DJ/Producers on the Irish electronic scene and he headlines for Tribe at Project this Saturday, 24 August, with ALT 8 and Evan Miles also on the line-up. DART played the standout set of the day when Boiler Room hosted their first arena at an Irish festival, Higher Vision, this summer. The legend that is the Viper (Hardy Bucks) was his cheerleader for the set which ended with DART being paraded around on a fan’s shoulders to a

buzzed up crowd. Catch a bit of that excitement this Saturday at Project (doors 11pm). Advance tickets (€7) are available at

Eventbrite or you can pay at the door (€10). Since his decision to dive head first into production, he has enjoyed a healthy amount of success in a short period of time, receiving support from fellow house artists such as Denis Sulta & X Coast. His sound takes its shape from house of old and places it through a filter of new age drums and production styles, which led him to winning AVA Festival’s emerging producer competition this year, an honour that has been attributed to some of Ireland’s most recognised talents in the past.

Jon Kenny is coming to Waterford with his play ‘Crowman’, which received standing ovations around the country. Jon was described in the Examiner newspaper as “brilliant in the role”. It will be in the Theatre Royal, Waterford, on Saturday August 31th. ‘Crowman’ a play by Cork playwright, Katie Holly, and was written especially for Jon Kenny. Jon is no stranger to Waterford. He has performed in the city on a number of occasions in the past with various productions. “Crowman” is Dan Lonergan’s account of the hilarious characters that inhabit his life on a daily basis and a love story that never was. By turns poignant and comic Kenny carries the audience on a

roller-coaster ride from his childhood to middle-age, from the hurling pitch to the pub and from one uproariously funny character to the other. It is about lost love and the sense of belonging and not belonging to a small community. Most of all it is about the humanity and decency of the local characters found in every rural village and town in Ireland. As Dan himself surmises ‘some people never had the dance that I had and some people never hear the music’. Reviews to date have used the words, “brilliant”, “script is strong”, “a masterclass in characterisation” and “hilarious dark comedy”. Tickets are €21.00 and are available online at or telephone 051-874402.

Hacienda That!

This Saturday at SAVAGE altrock club in Electric Avenue, DJ GRIDLOCK, will be paying homage to that legendary UK club, the Hacienda, and the ‘Madchester’ music scene of the late 80s and early 90s. The club (owned by New Order) was hugely influential in the blending of rock and dance music at the time, launching the careers of both Happy Mondays

and The Stone Roses. As well as classics from these two, expect to hear the best of The Charlatans, The Smiths, New Order, The Fall, Oasis, Pixies, Primal Scream, Orbital, Stereo Mcs, Underworld, The La’s, Chemical Brothers and many more. Doors are 11pm til late and it’s FREE ENTRY. You’re twisting my melon MAN !

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In Loving Memory Unseen and unheard but always near, So loved, so missed, so very dear

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Acknowledgement kurt BERGER

10th Anniversary BREDA KENNEDY

4th Anniversary TEDDY POWER

Birthday Remembrance KATIE CLOONEY

In loving memory of our husband, father and grandfather Kurt Berger, late of 4 St. Johns Park, The German Road, Waterford.

In loving memory of Breda Kennedy, late of 83 Ballytruckle, Waterford, whose anniversary occurs on the 28th August. Mass will be offered on 25th August at 11:15am in The Sacred Heart Church, The Folly.

In loving memory of Teddy Power, late of Morrisons Avenue, Waterford. Teddy anniversaries mass will be held on Sunday 25th August in Holt Family Church at 11am.

Katie Clooney 21/08/1995 - 14-12-2017

The family of the late Kurt Berger who died on the 27th July would like to thank all those who sympathised with them in their sudden loss. Our sincere gratitude to our neighbours Anthony and Caroline Jacob, Donnacha Mullane and passersby, the emergency services, the staff at A&E and Dr. Paul Kelly who assisted and showed kindness to Kurt in his final hours. Also to Dr. Fergus McNamara and Dr. Coleman who looked after Kurt through the years. We would also like to thank family friends Jim and Ursula Falconer Undertakers for their care, attention and for Jims eulogy, Fr. Chestnut (Chief Celebrant) for his kind words, and the management and staff of the Granville Hotel who looked after us. To those who helped in any way, your contribution has made our loss a little more bearable. As it is impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as an expression of our deepest gratitude.


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Prayer to st. joseph Oh, St. Joseph, whose protection is so great, so strong, so prompt before the throne of God, I place in you all my interest and desires. Oh St. Joseph do assist me by your powerful intercession, and obtain for me from your divine Son all spiritual blessing, through Jesus Christ, our Lord. So that, having engaged here below your heavenly power, I may offer my thanksgiving and homage to the most loving of Fathers. Oh, St. Joseph, I never weary contemplating you, and Jesus asleep in your arms; I dare not approach while He reposes near your heart. Press Him in my name and kiss his fine head for me and ask Him to return the Kiss when I draw my dying breath. St Joseph, Patron of departing souls - Pray for me. C.D. MIRACULOUS, PRAYER TO ST. THERESA, THE LITTLE FLOWER O Glorious, st. Theresa whom Almighty God has raised up to aid and counsel mankind. I invite your miraculous intercessiodarraghn. So powerful are you in obtaining every need of body and soul, Our Holy Mother Church proclaims, you a prodigy of Miracles. The Business Saint of Modern Times, now I fervently beseach you to anser my petition (mention here) and carry out our promise of doing good upon earth, of letting fall from Heaven a shower of roses. Henceforth, Dear Little Flower, I will fulfil your plea to be made known everywhere and I will never cease to lead others to Jesus through you. Amen..D.G.

They say there is no reason, They say that time will heal, But neither time nor reason, Will change the way we feel, For no one knows the heartache, that lies behind our smiles, No one knows how many times, We have broken down and cried, Gone from home that smiling face, Those cheerful happy ways, The heartache that won so many friends, In bygone, happy days, We want to tell you something, So there won’t be any doubt, You’re so wonderful to think of, But so hard to be without. -With love from Eddie, Sonya, Julie, Brian, Martin, Sarah and all your grandchildren They say it is a beautiful journey From here to heaven above, Some day I will make that journey, just to be with you, And when I reach that garden, In which there is no pain, I will put my arms around you, Breda, and we’ll never part again. Only god knows how much I miss you.

Gone are the days we used to share, But in our hearts you are always there, The gates of memory will never close, We miss yu more than anyone knows, With tender love and deep regret, We who love you will never forget. - Love always, your wife Maureen, daughter Teresa sons Billy, Tony, Ted, Gary, Our world changes from year to year, Our lives from day to day, But the love and memory of you, Shall never pass away. - Never forgotten Breda, Johnny and family.

Birthday Rememberance LORRAINE O’DRISCOLL

-From your sister Esther and famile. We think of you always, We talk about you still, You haven’t been forgotten, You know you never will. You simply lived for those you loved, And those you loved remember -From your brother Noel and sister in law Noeleen.

I am standing upon the seashore. A ship at my side spreads her white sails to the morning breeze and starts for the blue ocean. She is an object of beauty and strength. I stand and watch her until at length she hangs like a speck of white cloud just where the sea and sky come to mingle with each other. Then, someone at my side says; “There, she is gone!” “Gone where?” Gone from my sight. That is all. She is just as large in mast and hull and spar as she was when she left my side and she is just as able to bear her load of living freight to her destined port. Her diminished size is in me, not in her. And just at the moment when someone at my side says, “There, she is gone!” There are other eyes watching her coming, and other voices ready to take up the glad shout; “Here she comes!” And that is dying. Go gcastar ar a chéile arís muid. Croí isteach ollmhór ó do theaghlach uilig

-From Susan, Gary, Jamie & Sara Silent memories keep us near, As time unfolds another year, Out of our lives you may be gone, But in our hearts you still live on, memories are like leaves of gold, They never tarnish or grow old, No more tomorrows for us to share, But yesterdays memories will always be there, Time slips by and lifes goes on, But from our hears you are never gone.

Is le grá mór agus briseadh croí atá muid ag smaoineamh ort ar do bhreithlá a thaisce.

Birthday Remembrance for Lorraine O’Driscoll whose birthday occurs on the 26th of August.

23rd Anniversary JIMMY SHERIDAN

We are sending a dove to Heaven, With a parcel on its wings, Be careful when you open it, It’s full of beautiful things, Inside are a million kisses, Wrapped up in a million hugs, To say how much we miss you, And to send you all our love. - Love always Paul, Alex and Holly xxx

Novena to the Sacred Heart Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many favours, this time I ask for this one special favour (mention favour). Take it Dear Jesus and place it within Your own broken heart, where Your Father sees it. Then in His merciful eyes it will become Your favour and not mine. Say this prayer for 3 days. Promise publication and favour will be granted. Never known to fail. P.G. Novena to the Sacred Heart Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many favours, this time I ask for this one special favour (mention favour). Take it Dear Jesus and place it within Your own broken heart, where Your Father sees it. Then in His merciful eyes it will become Your favour and not mine. Say this prayer for 3 days. Promise publication and favour will be granted. Never known to fail. J.M.C.

In loving memory of Jimmy Sheridan, late of 3 Andrew St, whose anniversary occurs on 21st August. Mass offered. It feels like its been forever, Since we have seen your face, We miss you so much, in our hearts you will hold a special place. All the god times we shared, the memories we made, Every day we think about them all, From our minds they will never fade, From now until the end of our lives, You will be on our minds, Every minute of every day, We love you, we miss you, and this is how it will stay. - Always in our thoughts and prayers Dad, Marian, Bobby, Angela, Joyce, Denise, grandchildren and great grandchil dren xxxxx

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In Loving Memory

Acknowledgement BRIGID CULLIMORE

Unseen and unheard but always near, So loved, so missed, so very dear

1st Anniversary & Birthday Remembrance Nicholas BOWMAN In loving memory of Joan Roche, late of Larchville whose 4th anniversary occurs on the 26th August. They say there is no reason, They say that time will heal, But neither time nor reason, Will change the way we feel, For no-one knows the heartache, That lies behind our smiles, No one knows how many times, We have broken down and cried, We want to tell you something, So there won’t be any doubt, You’re so wonderful to think of, But so hard to be without. - From your daughters Linda & Suzanne Time goes by but still you stay, As near and dear as yesterday, No longer in our lives to share, But in our hearts you are always there. - From your grandaughters Niamh, Sinead and Ciara God called your name so softly, That only you could hear, And no one heard the footsteps, Of angels drawing near, The golden gates stood open God saw you needed rest, His garden must be beautiful, He only takes the best. - Sadly missed by your sister Teresa, & brother-in-law John and family They say it is a beautiful journey, From here to Heaven above, Some day I will make that journey, Just to be with you, And when I reach that garden, In which there is no pain, I will put my arms around you Joanie, And we’ll never part again. - Always in my thoughts from your loving sister Ann x Beautiful memories are silently kept, Of an aunt I loved dearly, And will never forget. - Miss you so much Joanie, Lots of love Jenny & Eoin, Craig, Cian & Rebecca xx

o holy st anthony Gentlest of saints, your love for God and charity for your neighbour, made you worthy while on earth to possess miraculous powers. Miracles waited on your word, which you were ever ready to speak for those in trouble or anxiety. Encouraged by this thought I implore of you to obtain for me my request....(Pause) The answer to my prayer may require a miracle, even so you are the saint of miracles. O gentle and loving St Anthony, whose heart was ever full of human sympathy, intercede for me and whisper my prayer into the ear of the sweet Infant Jesus who loved to linger in your arms and the gratitude of my heart will be yours.J.P.

5th Anniversary DEIRDRE ATKINS

No longer in our lives to share, But in our hearts you are always there, A silent thought, A quiet prayer, For a special Dad In God’s care. - From George and Jack.

In loving memory of Nicholas Bowman, late of Ferndale, whose 1st anniversary occurs on 24th August, and whose birthday occured on 15th August. It’s only here without you, I miss you more each day, For life is not the same to me, Since you were called away, To your resting place we visit, Place flowers there with care, But no one know our heartache, When we turn and leave you there. - From your loving wife Mary. We held your hand that day, We knew we would soon part, We watched you slowly slip away, but you never leave our hearts, Time may hide the sadness, Like a smile can hide a tear, But memories last forever, For one we loved so dear. - From your sister Peggy, Kathleen, nieces and nephews What we’d give if we could say, Hello Dad, in the same old way, To hear your voice and see your smile, To sit with you and chat a while, So if you have a father, Cherish him with care, For you’ll never know the heartache, Till you see his vacant chair. - From Mark and Bev.

30th Anniversary MARGARET FRANKE

We think of you in silence, We often speak your name, But all we have are memories, And your picture in a frame, Your resting place we visit, And put flowers there with care, But no one knows the heartache, As we turn and leave you there. - From your brothers and sister Al, Theresa, Billy, Tommy, Johnny and families Softly the leaves of memories fall, Gently we bend to gather them all, Unseen, unheard yet always near, Still missed, still loved, still very dear. - From all your sisters in law and brothers in law. When we last saw your smiling face You looked so bright & well Little did we know that day was to be your last farewell, To us you were someone special, Someone kind and true, You will never be forgotten Nicky, For we thought the world of you, Sunshine passes & shadows fall, But love & memories outlast them all. - From the Toms family. In Heaven you rest, No worries or pain, In God’s own time, We will meet again, Simple words but very true, We will always love & remember you. - From your friends Leslie and Bernie.

5th Anniversary Jim Tobin

In loving memory of Brigid Cullimore.

In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother Mary Sullivan, late of 99 Larchville whose fifth anniversary occurs on the 23rd August. They say it’s a beautiful journey From here to heaven above, Some day I will make that journey, Just to be with you, And when I reach that garden, In which there is no pain, I will put my arms around you, And we’ll never part again. Only god knows how much I miss you. - From your loving husband Robert A mothers love is something, That no one can explain, It’s made of deep devotion Of sacrifice and pain, My mothers love was all these things, It’s the greatest treasure known And the greatest mother in all the world, Was the one I called my own - From your daughter Dawn and grandkids Dylan & Portia Things I feel most deeply, Are the hardest things to say, Dearest Mom, I loved you, In a very special way, If I could have one lifetime wish, One dream that could come true, I’d pray to God with all my heart, For yesterday and you.

In loving memory Deirdre Atkins (née O’Connor), late of 59 Avondale Close, Waterford whose 5th anniversary occurs on the 28th of August. Anniversary mass will be held on the 25th of August at 6:30p.m. in The Sacred Heart Church, The Folly. The pain we feel today, Is the pain we’ve learned to hide, No one will ever know, The tears we hold inside, It seems like yesterday, The wound is still so sore, For every hour of every day, We miss you more & more, They say that hearts don’t really break, That is just not true, The day you left us Deirdre, You broke our hearts in two. - From sisters Hilary, Anne, Geraldine, Carmel & Brenda, and brother John

4th Anniversary JACKIE MARTIN

- From your son Victor and grandkids Chloe & Paul We cannot bring the old days back, When we were all together, But those we love don’t go away They live with us forever, The gates of heaven opened wide, The angels lined up side by side, A special guest was on her way The day God called you home to stay.

Joanie, Your presence we miss, Your memory we treasure, Loving you always, Forgetting you never. - Never forgotten, by Nicky, Kathleen, Nicola, Derek & Sarah, and boy Just as you were, you will always be, Someone special in our memories, - Love from Gaye, Jimmy, Cora and Jane s

5th Anniversary Mary Sullivan

In loving memory of Margaret Franke (nee Jacob), whose anniversary occurs at this time May the winds of love blow softly, And whisper in your ear, How much we love and miss you, And wish that you were here, As time goes on without you, And the days turn into years, They hold a thousand memories, And a million silent tears, For those who loved and lost you, And whose parting brought such pain, We will treasure your memory forever, In a world that is never the same. - Loved and missed by your family.


In loving memory of Jim Tobin late of Pleasant Drive, Mount Pleasant, whose anniversary occurs at this time. Although we smile And make no fuss, No one misses you more than us, And when old times we do recall, That’s when we miss you most of all. - Fondly remembered by Theresa & family and Joe and family

- From your daughter-in-law Liz and grandsons Christopher & Lee Novena to the Sacred Heart Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many favours, this time I ask for this one special favour (mention favour). Take it Dear Jesus and place it within Your own broken heart, where Your Father sees it. Then in His merciful eyes it will become Your favour and not mine. Say this prayer for 3 days. Promise publication and favour will be granted. Never known to fail. D.P.

In loving memory of Jackie Martin who died on 29th August 2015. Mass will be offered on 25th of August at 1 1:30 in The Sacred Heart Church, Ferrybank. The flowers we place upon your grave, Will wither and decay, But all the love we have for you, Will never go away. To us you are someone special, What more is there to say. We only wish with all our hearts, That you were here today. - Always remembered and missed by your mother Catherine and brother Donal The moment that you died, My heart was torn in two, One side filled with heartache, The other died with you. I often lie awake at night, When the world is fast asleep, And take a walk down memory lane, With tears upon my cheeks. Remembering you is easy I do it every day, But missing you is heartache, That never goes away. I hold you tightly within my heart, And there you will remain, Until the joyous day arrives, That we shall meet again. - Always remembered by Keith & Liz

Your name is often mentioned, Our thoughts are with you still You haven’t been forgotten, You know you never will, Hoping you are happy, In your heavenly home above, This is your Anniversary, We send you all our love, Will those who think of Deirdre today, A little prayer to Jesus say. - From your nieces and nephews Deirdre It isn’t what we write, It isn’t what we say, It’s how we feel inside, When we think of you today, No matter how life changes, No matter what we do, A special place within our hearts, Is always kept for you. - You will never be forgotten Deirdre: Love Marion, Sinead, Niamh and Ciara

Novena to the Sacred Heart Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many favours, this time I ask for this one special favour (mention favour). Take it Dear Jesus and place it within Your own broken heart, where Your Father sees it. Then in His merciful eyes it will become Your favour and not mine. Say this prayer for 3 days. Promise publication and favour will be granted. Never known to fail. B.F.

Birgids husband Brendan, daughters Claudine, Natalie and Nessa and their respective families would like to thank all those who sympathised with them on their recent loss. Our sincere thanks to our friends, neighbours and extended families to all who sent mass cards, messages of sympathy, and all who attended at her funeral mass. Thanks to the Staff at Waterford Regional Hospital, Dr. Paula Calvert, Oncology Dept and her dedicated team. Gynae Ward. Dr. Aine Henigan, Catherine St. Medical Centre for her attention down through the years. Delaneys Chemist Johnstown Waterford. Thanks also to Fr. Pat Fitzgerald P.P St. Pauls Church Waterford, Fr. Declan Corish, Dominican Order Waterford and Fr. R. Arthur C.C Cappoquin Waterford. A special word of thanks to Aidan Walsh Funeral Undertakers Cappoquin Co Waterford for his excellent care and attention at all times. A special word of thanks to St. Vincents Unit, Dungarvan Community Hospital Dungarvan, Co. Waterford for their excellent care and attention who attended to her needs with the utmost of Professionalism and Tenderness. Brigids Months Mind Mass will take place on Saturday the 24th July at St. Pauls Church Lisduggan, Waterford at 6pm. Ar dheis de go raibh anam. o holy st anthony Gentlest of saints, your love for God and charity for your neighbour, made you worthy while on earth to possess miraculous powers. Miracles waited on your word, which you were ever ready to speak for those in trouble or anxiety. Encouraged by this thought I implore of you to obtain for me my request....(Pause) The answer to my prayer may require a miracle, even so you are the saint of miracles. O gentle and loving St Anthony, whose heart was ever full of human sympathy, intercede for me and whisper my prayer into the ear of the sweet Infant Jesus who loved to linger in your arms and the gratitude of my heart will be yours. K.G.

Novena to the Sacred Heart Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many favours, this time I ask for this one special favour (mention favour). Take it Dear Jesus and place it within Your own broken heart, where Your Father sees it. Then in His merciful eyes it will become Your favour and not mine. Say this prayer for 3 days. Promise publication and favour will be granted. Never known to fail. K.G. August 21, 2019 Birthday Remembrance MARGARET BROWN

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In Loving Memory

23rd Anniversary HARRY TOBIN

Unseen and unheard but always near, So loved, so missed, so very dear

3rd Anniversary EVELYN O’NEILL

9th Anniversary DAVID LEAHY

5th Anniversary JOAN ROCHE

3rd Anniversary AUSTIN KING

Acknowledgement TONY JACOB

Birthday remembrance of Margaret “Peggy” Brown, late of 438 St John’s Park, whose birthday occurs on August 21st. Mam, How do we write on paper, The feelings we have inside, How can we hide the heartache, That is with us since you died, And now its your birthday, We would like to let you know, How much we love and miss you, And wish you could come home. We know all our lives we will miss you, For you meant the world to us, We have such precious memories, That others do not see, They are ours to keep forever, From which we will never part. We hold them very close to us, Locked within our hearts, In heaven one day we will find you, And all this hurt will go. We will put our arms around you, And say Mam we missed you so, You brought us up so lovingly with so much love and care, You set a fine example and you were always there, If we thought to ask one question, That we thought the world of you. We would give a thousand answers, And each one would be true, But our hearts aches with sadness Mam, Our secret tears still flow, What it means to lose you no one will ever know. - Happy birthday, Love and miss you always, Your husband Billy and daughters Susan, Margaret, Laura, your granddaughters Lisa, Nicola, Jennifer, Pamela and greatgrand-daughter Rebecca, love you always xxxxxx

In loving memory of Harry Tobin, late of 68 Ballytruckle, Waterford who died 19th August 1996. Like falling leaves the years roll by, But memories of you will never die, Sunshine passes, shadows fall, But memories of you outlast them all. In loving memory of our beautiful Mother Evelyn O’Neill, née Pheasey who passed away on the 20th of August 2016. My darling Eve, Another year gone without you in my life, My broken heart will never mend, I’ve lost my Mum, I’ve lost my best friend, - You will live in my heart forever. Rest in peace my beautiful Mum, your loving daugher Marina, son in law Mick xxx. Beautiful thoughts of a Mam so dear, Cherished forever with love sincere, Dear is her memory, Sweet is her name, Close to our hearts she will always remain. - From Dermot, Miriam and grandchildren

17th Anniversary CAROL GRANT

In loving memory of David Leahy late of 387 St. John’s Park. David’s 9th anniversary occurs the 26th August. David’s 9th Anniversary Mass will be offered on August 25th at 12:30pm in The Sacred HeartChurch, The Folly. Time doesn’t seem to dull it It seems just like yesterday, When I cried a thousand tear drops, Because you went away. People were supportive, Trying to make things right, But it didnt stop me crying, Every single night. I’ll keep coming back to see you My soul mate and my friend, Every anniversary, until my life comes to its end. - From your loving wife Bella, loving daughter Tracy and son in law Stephen, Evie and Austin, loving son Trevor and daughter in law Cathryn,daughter Leanne, Owen & Ellie Mae, your grand sons Drea, Marley and Tejay and granddaughter SummerLily & Gerry and Halla

18th Anniversary CATHERINE SHAW

Anniversaries WALSH In loving memory of our dear parents Mary and Michael Walsh, 22 Ard na Greine and their only son Thomas in Dublin. Mary died 2nd July 1979, Michael died 22nd August 1984, Thomas died 2nd February 2018 in Dublin. On those souls, There sweet Jesus have mercy, Too dearly loved in life, Never to be forgotten in death. - From Pauline, Monica and family. Novena to the Sacred Heart Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many favours, this time I ask for this one special favour (mention favour). Take it Dear Jesus and place it within Your own broken heart, where Your Father sees it. Then in His merciful eyes it will become Your favour and not mine. Say this prayer for 3 days. Promise publication and favour will be granted. Never known to fail. O.W

In loving memory of Carol Grant, late of Oak Drive, Hillview, who died 21st of August, 2002. Mass will be offered at 11:30 a.m. on the 6th of October in Ballybricken Church. You were a special person, Who stood out in a crowd, You always had a smile to share, A laugh, a joke, time to care, You left a place no-one can fill, Love you Carol and always will. - Love from your Dad. You have crossed the flowing river, To the shores of evergreen, We would dearly love to see you, But the river lies between, In that beautiful home called Heaven, In the valley of peace and love, Some day we’ll find you waiting, And we will give you a great big hug. -Love from your brothers and sisters

In loving memory of Joan Roche, whose 4th anniversary occurs on the 26th of August. Mass will be offered on Saturday 24th of August at 6:00pm in St. Paul’s Church. A silent prayer I’ll say today, For a great best friend, Lost along the way, There’s not a day goes by Joanie, That you’re not on my mind, Your lovely voice, your special smile, And you were always very kind, I knew you would be leaving Joanie, I just wasn’t ready on that day, God suddenly decided Joanie, It’s time you were on your way, So now you’re in a happy place, You’re back by Gene’s side, Protect them Lord and keep them safe, Until the day our paths collide. - Always loved and missed today and everyday, “Forever Friends”, Mary, Johnny & family Joanie, The flowers we place upon your grave, Will wither and decay, But all the love we have for you, Will never go away, To us you were someone special, What more is there to say, We only wish with all our hearts, That you were here today. - Always loved and remembered, your sister Pauline and brother-in-law Eddie A smile for all, a heart of gold, One of the best this world could hold, Never selfish, always kind, These are the memories you left behind. - Always remembered, Carol, Mark, Glenn and Kelly xx

In loving memory of Catherine Shaw nee Dunphy whose 16th anniversary occurs on 28th August. Mass offered at 12:30 on Sunday 25th in the Sacred Heart Church the Folly. God looked around his garden, And saw an empty space, He then looked down from heaven, And saw your tired face, He wrapped his arms around you, And whispered “Come to rest”, His garden must be beautiful Catherine, Because he only takes the best. -From your husband Tommy They say there is a reason, They say that time will heal, But neither time nor reason Will change the way I feel, So God forgive me if I still weep For a Mother I loved and wanted to keep. -From your daughter Lorraine, son in law Eric and grandchildren Jade, Kate, Naomi and Zoe Softly the leaves of memories fall, Gently we bend to gather them all, Unseen, unheard yet always near, Still missed, still loved, still very dear. -From your sons Irwin & Robert

Parting comes and hearts are broken, Loved ones go with words unspoken, Life goes on, we know that’s true, But it’s not the same since we lost you, If memories bring us closer, We are never far apart, For you are always with us, In our thoughts and in our hearts, Silent thoughts of times together, Hold memories which will last forever. - Loved and remembered always, from Alice, Wallie & family A special person, a special face, A special aunt we can’t replace, Every day in some small way, Thoughts of you come our way, You may be out of sight, We may be worlds apart, But you are always in our memories, And forever in our hearts. - Loved and remembered always, your nephew Brian and partner Elaine Novena to the Sacred Heart Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many favours, this time I ask for this one special favour (mention favour). Take it Dear Jesus and place it within Your own broken heart, where Your Father sees it. Then in His merciful eyes it will become Your favour and not mine. Say this prayer for 3 days. Promise publication and favour will be granted. Never known to fail. R.D.

In loving memory of Austin King, late of Collins Avenue, whose 3rd anniversary occurs on 29th August. Mass offered on 24th August at 6:30 in St. Josephs and Benildus. You had a smile for everyone, you had a heart of gold, You left the dearest memories, This world could ever hold. - Sadly missed, from your wife Sylvia, daughter Katie, and son Alex Deep are the memories, Precious they stay, No passing of time, Will take them away. - Sadly missed by your your Mam and Dad, your sister Anne , Davy and family. Your gentle nature and kindly ways, Leave golden memories, Of bygone days, In God’s care you rest above, In our hearts you rest with love. - From the Whelan Family

1st Anniversary EILEEN FLEMING

In loving memory of Tony Jacob, late of 26 Dominick place Waterford, who passed away on 30th July 2019. Tony’s wife Pauline and family wish to thank and acknowledge most sincerely all of those who sympathised and supported them in their recent loss of Tony. Our thanks to all those who sent mass cards, flowers, visited the funeral home and attended his funeral mass. A special word of thanks to all those who travelled long distances, those that cared for Tony. A special thanks to Dr. Mary Cooper of Keogh Practice Ballybricken for her kindness and caring nature always shown to Tony. We would like to express our gratitude to Father Gerry for the lovely service and his kind words of support. To Donna Roche for her beautiful singing at Tony’s mass. To Mary Grimes and Jason Roche for the wonderful food and professionalism shown. Thanks to Mount Sion for their hospitality and to all our wonderful friends and neighbours. Our gratitude is extended to Thompsons Undertakers and his staff for the professionalism and courteous manner in which the carried out Tony;s funeral. As it would be impossible to thank everyone individually, please accept this acknowledgement as an expression of our deepest gratitude. Tony’s months mind mass will be on 24th August 2019 at 6:15 in the Holy Family Church.

In loving memory of Eileen Fleming late of Bishopsgrove, Ferrybank, whose 1st anniversary occurs on the 28th August. Anniversary mass will take place on Saturday 24th August at 7.30pm in Ferrybank church. We thought of you with love today, But that is nothing new, We thought about you yesterday and days before that too. We think of you in silence, We often speak your name, Now all we have are memories, And your picture in a frame. Your memory is our keepsake, With which we’ll never part, God has you in His keeping, We have you in our hearts. Do not stand at my grave and weep, I am not there, I do not sleep, I am a thousand winds that blow, I am the diamond’s glints on snow. I am the sunlight on ripened grain, I am the gentle autumn’s rain. When you awaken in the morning’s hush, I am the swift uplifting rush, Of quiet birds in circled flight, I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and cry, I am not there, I did not die. Just a prayer from the family who loved you, Just a memory fond and true, In our hearts you will live forever, Because we thought the world of you. - From Michael, Margaret, Catherine, Barry and Clare. Ray, Kieran and Alice. Una, Vincent and Luke. Colin, Cillian and Joseph.

Grateful thanks to St. JOHN Publication promised. M.D.

Please Note: The deadline for inclusion in the Memoriam Pages is: 4pm on the Friday prior to publication.

-Loved and remembered, your loving family.

1st Anniversary PADDY KINSELLA

In loving memory of Paddy Kinsella, late of Gracedieu East, Waterford, and Douglas Isle of Man, who died on 26th August 2018. Quietky today your memory is kept, No need for words, we will never forget, Thoughts go back as they often do, We treasure the memories we have of you. - Sadly missed by your loving family.

44th Anniversary WATTIE WALSH In loving memory of (Walter) Wattie Walsh late of 15 Luke Wadding Street who died 25th of August 1975. Look around your garden Lord, He won’t be hard to find, He has a face that’s full of love And a face that always smiles, Call his name out softly Lord And when he looks your way, Tell him that we love him And miss him every day. - From his sons, daughters, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren and great grandchildren.

o holy st anthony Gentlest of saints, your love for God and charity for your neighbour, made you worthy while on earth to possess miraculous powers. Miracles waited on your word, which you were ever ready to speak for those in trouble or anxiety. Encouraged by this thought I implore of you to obtain for me my request....(Pause) The answer to my prayer may require a miracle, even so you are the saint of miracles. O gentle and loving St Anthony, whose heart was ever full of human sympathy, intercede for me and whisper my prayer into the ear of the sweet Infant Jesus who loved to linger in your arms and the gratitude of my heart will be yours. A.P.

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Blues lose to Cork City Waterford had the majority of possession in scoreless first half, however in the second period Cork City struck twice to take all three points. JJ Lunnet pulled a goal back for the Blues but it was to little to late. The second by Paul Eliott half was less than a minute old when the hosts had a good chance when Zack Elbouzedi put in a super cross from the right that was cleared to Michael O’Connor, but his volley was brilliantly blocked by Alan Bennett, who had replaced Dan Casey at the break. Alan Bennett caused a real problem in the Waterford penBlues winger Zack Elbouzedi takes on alty area minutes later when his the Cork City defence at the RSC. goalbound effort was blocked out by Kenny Browne and from the resulting corner kick, Cork Connor from ten yards. Figueira and under pressure went in front on 48 minutes. Rob Slevin had a chance for from Alan Bennett, he shot Kevin O’Connor’s corner the Blues on the hour mark straight into the hands of Mark kick from the right that was met when Tom Holland sent in a McNulty. by Conor McCarthy, who pow- free kick from just inside the It was Mark O’Sullivan, who ered a volley past a static Matt Cork City half after a foul on came back to haunt his former


Football knockout stage taking shape

Two more playoff games were completed last weekend in the Senior Football Championship with Clashmore/ Kinsalebeg and Gaultier claiming their place in the quarter-finals. In a hard fought game both Clashmore/ Kinsalebeg and Kilmacthoby the mas were Villager in their “last chance saloon”, the loser bidding adieu to their championship ambitions for 2019. An early Reece Power goal and the sending off of Clashmore/Kinsalebeg number six Kieran Connery saw the momentum with Kilmacthomas 1-4 to 0-5. However three points from Brian O’Halloran had the teams ties 1-6 to 0-9 at the break. The second half resumed with little to seperate the sides although the west Waterford outfit lost a second player following the departure of Sam Fitzgerald with seven minutes remaining.


Kilmacthomas saw Reece Power red carded three minutes later as the encounter became quite bruising. At the final whistle there was still nothing seperating the sides 1-9 to 0-12 and extra time followed. Brian O’Halloran and Brian Lynch earned Clashmore/Kinsalebeg a lead 0-14 to 1-9 although Kilmacthomas will bemoan a missed penalty just before the extra time break. Try as they might Kilmacthomas could not “reel in” their opponents and Clashmore/Kinsalebeg by way of a 0-15 to 1-11 scoreline were through to the last eight. GAULTIER Two points apiece from half forwards JJ Hutchinson and Caomhan Maguire saw the men from the Barony lead at the break 0-7 to 0-5. The second half continued with Gaultier clinging to a narrow lead throughout. As the game moved into eight added minutes the Barony led by a single point 0-10/0-9 but in

club as he doubled Cork’s lead on 69 minutes when Garry Buckley’s through ball wasn’t dealt with by Tom Holland that allowed the former show neat footwork to turn Rob Slevin before drilling a low right-footed strike to the left-hand corner past Connor from 16 yards. Waterford FC manager Alan Reynolds emptied the bench soon afterwards as he brought on Cory Galvin, Sam Bone and Dean Walsh in the hope of maybe forcing some type of comeback, and they manage to pull a goal back on 88 minutes. Rory Feely was the man that picked up the ball down the right side of the penalty area before putting in a deep cross to the back post for JJ Lunney and his header beat Mark McNulty to give the Blues some hope of grabbing something out of the game. There was nearly an amazing equalising goal for the Blues a minute later when Kevin Lynch whipped in a cross from the left that picked out the run of Rory Feely at the back post, but his header flashed

inches over as the visitors held out for victory.

Blues V Rovers Waterford had no answer Shamrock Rovers in this SSE Airtricity Premier Division clash at the RSC on Monday night last. Braces from Jack Byrne and Aaron Greene and a late Thomas Oluwa goal secured the three points for the Hoops to cap a miserable four days for the Blues, who lpst to Cork City FC on Friday night and stand just four points above ninth-placed Finn Harps. Jack Byrne opened the scoring in the 25th minute when, given time and space 30 yards from goal, he swerved a right footed shot into the top corner. Byrne would double his and Rovers tally shortly afterwards. Ronan Finn laid the ball off and Byrne curled an 25-yard effort over the goalkeeper and under the crossbar. Waterford were pinned back for much of the half and only Cory Galvin went close with a shot from outside the box

across Alan Mannus’ goal in injury time. Following a tactical re-jig and two substitutions, the Blues started the second half much brighter with Walter Figueira and Dean Walsh linking up well up front. With the home crowd finding their voice, the self-inflicted fatal blow arrived in the 60th minute as Lunney’s back pass rolled perfectly into the path of Aaron Greene who calmly slotted it into the net. And Greene would grab his 10th goal of the season soon afterwards when he lobbed the onrushing Connor after latching on to Byrne’s ball in behind. Galvin gave Byrne a run for his money in the goal of the night competition with a right footed effort into the top corner but it was too little too late for the Blues. Walsh and Shane Duggan saw on-target efforts blocked as the minutes ticked down before Rovers’ teenager Oluwa made it five after Graham Burke set him up.

Craig Breen clinches the Irish Tarmac

those dying minutes Dessie Hutchinson landed a brace of scores to see Gaultier secure their quarter final place on a 0-13 to 0-10 scoreline. Gaultier were the more clinical late on, however, Ardmore had chances but were not helped by injuries to forwards Shane Keevers and Ciaran Keating. HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFFS Quarter final places on the line this weekend in the Senior Hurling Championship with all four games down for decision. On Saturday in Fraher Field Roanmore will face Ballyduff Upper at 6pm while Tallow and Passage play the second game of this double header at 7.30pm. On Sunday Mount Sion face Clonea in Walsh Park at 2.30pm while in Fraher Field at 7pm Dungarvan will be looking to forget their recent league final defeat to De La Salle (5-22/0-16) as they play Fourmilewater. All four games being completed will open the way for the quarter final knockout stage.

Photos Kevin O’Driscol

Craig Breen and Paul Nagle after securing the 2019 Irish Tarmac Rally

Craig Breen and Paul Nagle scored their fifth win from six rounds of the Irish Tarmac Championship at the weekend, to clinch the title for the first time with one round to spare. The WaterfordKillarney pairing completed the nine stages of the Today’s Ulster International Rally based in the Newry-Banbridge area of Co Down 20 seconds ahead of current British champion Matt Edwards and co-driver Patrick Wals August 21, 2019

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Conor Fitzgerald (6) 40pts, 4th James Power (27) 39pts. No gross Prize as 1st place still had best gross score. CSS 37pts. Ladies Tues 13th Aug 1st Niamh Reynolds (9) Caoimhe Reynolds (33) 46pts. 2nd Ann Moloney (12) G Walsh (250 45pts (Clonmel). 3rd Cathie Whelan (10) Linda Buckley (18) 41pts. 4th Marie Fives (21) Kathryn Keighery (29) 41pts.

Results Aug 12 – Men’s long handicap 10-hole singles STF 1st Michael J Phelan (21) 23pts 2nd Eamon Hayden (20) 21pts 3rd Martin Freyne (16) 19pts Par 3s Frank Madigan (18) 8pts Juniors Open 18-hole singles STF Cat 1. 1st Conall O’Ceallaigh (West Wfd/20) 40pts 2nd Shane Regan (Clonmel/17) 38pts 3rd Sean Walsh (Clonmel/28) 36pts CB Gross. Craig Morrissey (Wfd Castle/5) 30 gross pts Cat 2. 1st Owen Quigley (Clonmel/35) 49pts 2nd Paudie Ryan (Clonmel/35) 36pts CB 3rd Sean Dalton (West Wfd/31) 36pts Aug 13 – Ladies 18-hole singles STF. 1st Toni Delany (21) 39pts 2nd Mary Doyle (27) 35pts 3rd Mary Power (26) 34pts Best 36+ H/C. Noreen McDonald (38) 26pts Ladies 10-hole singles STF. 1st Maria Hennebry (41) 20pts CB 2nd Catherine Barry (33) 20pts CB Aug 14 - Men’s 10-hole 4-Ball. 1st John Ryan (9)/John Tallon (17) 27pts 2nd Nick Donnelly (15)/Tom Reid (17) 26pts CB 3rd Anthony Mulhall (8)/Kevin Finnegan (21) 26pts Aug 15 – Ladies 10-hole singles STF. [0-29 H/C] 1st Denise Hughes (21) 21pts CB 2nd Jackie Phelan (26) 21pts [30+ H/C] 1st Jennifer Eriksson-Larsson (39) 35pts 2nd Nellie Gough (39) [212pp] 19pts Aug 16 – Open 9-hole singles STF. 1st Ben O’Neill (8) 21pts Aug 17 – Lady President Bernie McGovern’s Prize. 18-hole singles STF. 1st Anne McKay (26) 37pts CB 2nd Gabrielle Finnegan (31) 37pts Gross. Brenda Corcoran (6) 29 gross pts 3rd Caroline Kennedy (27) 35pts CB 4th Patricia O’Donovan (32) 35pts CB 5th Rose Matthews (27) 35pts 6th Maire Hogan (37) 34pts Front 9 Jill Phelan (35) 21pts CB Back 9 Anne Cronin (29) 17pts 10-hole singles STF 1st Eleanor McBride (37) 18pts 2nd Deirdre Cusack (35) 17pts Aug 18 – Men’s Monthly Medal Stroke Competition. 1st Mark Walsh (17) 66 nett 2nd Alex Byrne (junior/5) 65 nett 3rd Alan Flynn (13) 67 nett Gross. Kieran Tracey (4) 72 gross 4th Gerry O’Keeffe (8) 68 nett

Gold Coast

Results Tuesday 13th August Open Gents/Ladies Seniors (50+) Singles CSS 37 vis men, 36 ladies: 1st Liam Murphy (20) 44pts, 2nd Johnny Hughes (12) 42pts, 3rd Craig Susdorf (Dungarvan) (17) 40pts. 1st Lady Martina Corkery (20) 40pts, 2nd Lady Jacqueline Brown Luttrellstown Castle (35) 37pts. Friday 16th August: Open Gents 18 holes Singles CSS 34pts: 1st Darren O’Droma (11) 38pts. Sat 17th Aug Open Gents Singles S/F: CSS 34pts : 1st Jermome Maye (17) 41pts, Gross Kieran McCarthy (7)

National Community Games Finals Waterford did very well at the National Community Games finals in Limerick last week end and Aglish/Ballinameela Community in parRESULTS ticular had good results .They had a win with Friday Fourball by the their girsl u 12 relay team the members being 16/08/19 1st: All Rounder Ava Flavin,Brooke Dunford, Suin Mernin ,Kate Pat Kelly & Kelly and Lisha Cummims, Corey Scanlon was Darran Flynn second in the u14 shot putt, Eddie Raicevic was - 25pts cb 2nd: also second in the u 12 100 metres and Ava Flavin Liam Coady & Ger was 4th in the u 12 100 metres, Leah Fennell KCK was O’Mahoney - 25pts 3rd: second in the u 8 60 metres and Thomas Maher Portlaw/BalEleanor Power & Pat Power lyduff was 4th in the Ball Throw. Waterford also won both long 23pts cb Nearest the pin: Joe Byrne puck titles the girls with Kaci Brazil Clonea/Rathgormack and Men’s Sunday Fourball the boys with Leo Mulhall Aglish/Ballinameela. 18/08/19: 1st: Ray Fanning & Brian Fives 46pts, 2nd: All Ireland Master’s titles won. Thomas O’Brien & Mark Tullamore was the venue on Sunday last for the All Ireland Power 45pts c/b, 3rd: Marcus Master’s Track and Field Championships for men and women McNamara & Anthony Farrell in various age groups.The following had doubles Nicola Tighe Long Handicap- Tuesday 13th over 40 hurdles and high jump,Tom O’Brien o 50 long and high August 1st John M Ryan (19) jump both Waterford and Joe Gough West Waterford o65 200 24 pts 2nd Vinny Connors (19) 23 pts c/b 3rd Robbie Walsh and 400 metres,Terri Gough also West Waterford won the 100 (18). Nearest the pin:2nd hole metres o 70 and was second in the 200 metres, Anna De Courcey John Mullally. Waterford won the high jump o 45, Liz Colcough do was second Last Sunday was Lady in the hurdles o 40 and Shirley Fennelly Tramore was second in Captain’s day and there was the javelin and long jump o 50. a large turnout of 44 players for lady captain, Patricia’s big Glaxo Smithkline 5 Miles Report. day. Ita Creavin was a very 210 competed in the 20 th Annual Glaxo Smithkline 5 miles road popular winner with a fantastic race in Dungarvan last Friday evening and Raivis Zaikis was score of 69. 1st Ita Creavin first home in 27 minutes 5 seconds, Pat Hennessy was second (32), 69, 2nd Mary Coady (36), 72 c/b, Gross: Susan in 27.10 both West Waterford and Derek Walsh Ck on Suir was Murphy (12), 87, 3rd Eleanor third in 27.22.First lady home was Sally Forristal St Joseph’s Power (35), 72, Cat 1 (0-18): in 29.43, Angela Mc Cann Clonmel was second in 30.04 and Bridget Tierney (14), 75 c/b Natalie Sheehan West Waterford was third in 32.22 Category Cat 2 (19-28): Margare Widger winners were Men; M40 Danny Smyth Co Tipperary,M45 Dar(25): 74 c/b, Cat 3 (29-36): ren Flynn Grange/Fermoy, M50 John Murphy do, M 55 Ger Elaine O Dwyer: (31): 76, Cat Moloney St. Pauls ,M60 Anthony Dwyer West Waterford,Junior 4 (37+): Bernie Cotter (39): 81 Conor Mullaney do.Ladies F35 Debra Doherty West Waterford Committee: Breda Flanagan AC ,F40 Elaine Horgan Clonmel ,F45 Teresa Cunningham,Nore (27);74 Past Captain: Kathleen Valley,F50 Onra Power West Waterford,F55 Stephanie Ilsley St. WalshL25):74 Front 9: Fiona Fitzgerald (18): 36 c/b Back Nicholas,Junior Carla Fanning Waterford .It was race 11 of the 9 Nuala O Dwyer (15) 34.5 Intersport Elvery’s/Asics Series. Proceeds to WUH Coronary NTP: Susan Murphy 9 hole: Care Unit. 1st Jeanette O Keeffe (28) 18 pts, 2nd Anne Walsh (36): 17 Morton Games on Wednesday pts. Santry Stadium is the venue on Wednesday evening for the AnThursday 15th August - Open nual Morton International Games with many top class athletes singles 1st Ben Horsfall (12) competing the first event is at 7.30 pm and the feature events 43 pts, 2nd: David Mahon (4) will be The Morton Mile for men and the women’s 800 metres.. 38 pts, 3rd Shane Geary (5) 37 pts. Road Race on Friday The 2nd Annual Ballinameela 5k is coming up on Friday next Carrick on Suir August 30th at 7pm and again its part of the Intersport Elverys/ Asics Summer Series Entries in Ballinameela from 6 pm for all RESULTS athletes over 16 on the day. 9 Hole Club re-entry competition Cat. A) Jack Doherty (13) 26pts Cat. B) European Medals Frank Maher (18) 24pts Three European Championships took place in July and once Summer League Round 17. 1 again Irish athletes came home from each of them with medals. Gavin O’Halloran (13) 24pts 2 At the European Youth Olympics Dublin born Rhasidat Adeleke Naois Cashin (17) 22pts c/b 3 won the 100 and 200 metres,at the Under 20 Championships Brian Cashin (16) 22pts there were three medals won, two silver by Kate O’Connor Thursday & Saturday Open Dundalk in the heptathlon and Sarah Healy Blackrock, Dublin Qualifier CSS Thurs 74, Sat in the1500 metres and a bronze by Darragh McElhinney Bantry 74 Reduction Only 1 Jason in the 5000 metres and and at the under 23 a bronze in the 800 O’Dwyer (9) 35pts 2 David McSweeney (13) 34pts metres by Nadia Power Templeogue. On a regular basis Irish Saturday August 17 & Sunday athletes never leave major events empty handed. August 18: August Medal 18 Hole Stroke GOY CSS 72 / 73 European Masters Championships 1 John S Walsh (8) 68 2 Jack The above Championships are in Jessolo in Italy from SeptemKeane (5) 70 and best gross ber 5th to 17th 3 Tom Murphy (9) 72 c/b 4

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Pictured at Williamstown G.C. for the presentation of The Presidents Prize were John O’Donoghue, Gross, Tom White, 2nd., Seamus Hearne, President, John Quinn, 1st., Denis O’Shea, 3rd., John Browne, NTP. BackJack Morrissey, Committee, AdamBowe, F9, Patrick O’Farrell, Cat.C., John Walsh, Past President’s Prize, Tom Wiltshire, B9, Leo Lynch, 4th. & LD, John O’Sullivan, 5th. and Seamus Nolan, Seniors John OPOwer.Photo: John Power 28pts. Sun. 18th August Monthly Medal: 1st Seamus O’Connell (12) 38pts, 2nd Raymond Moloney (12) 37th pts, Gross Darren Williams (6) 29pts. CSS 34pts

Faithlegg RESULTS August 13 Ladies Club,12 Holes Stableford. 1st Joan McCrumm (26) 29pts (C/B),Cat 1: Eileen Cullinan (16) 29pts, Cat 2: Teresa Jane Farinha (36) 22pts, August 13 Mens Club Short Handicap,10 Holes Stableford. 1st Ger Lodge (17) 24 pts, 2nd Anthony Clooney (12) 22 pts (C/B), 3rd Sean Hayes (17) 22pts. August 13 Mens Club Long Handicap, 10 Holes Stableford. 1st Jim Jackman (19) 25 pts, 2nd Tony Brennan (18) 24pts (C/B), 3rd Eoin Fitzgerald (32) 24pts. August 15 Mens Club, Semi Open Fourball, 12 Holes Stableford,1st Michael Keating (11) & Tony Brennan (18) 31pts, 2nd Adrian Cullinane (10) & Gavin Sheahan (5) 30pts, 3rd Alan Roche (5) & Larry Kennedy (13)29pts. August 16 Friday Social Club, 9 Holes Scotch Foursomes. 1st Pat O’Leary and Maire O’Leary 32.5 net , 2nd Tom McInerney and Breda McInerney 32.75 net

Tramore RESULTS 11th August, 2019. Community Care Day GOY 1st Donnacha O’Kane (14) 43 pts; 2nd Ken Baldwin (11) 39 pts c/b; 3rd Brian O’Brien (15) 39 pts c/b; 4th Nicky Mc Grath (11) 39 pts; 5th Derek Musgrave (14) 38pts; 6th Patrick Dunphy (8) 38 pts c/b. 12th August, 2019. 18 Hole 1st Bridget Sutheland (34) 38 pts; 2nd Margaret Phelan Murray (17) 37 pts c/b; 3rd Ella Butler (20) 37 pts; 4th Ann D O’Brien (23) 36 pts. 13th August, 2019. 11 Hole Junior Competition 1st Jacob Solan (36) 21 pts; 13th July, 2019. Captain Don

Buckley’s Prize to 18 Hole Junior Competition. 1st Luc Solan (13) 40 pts; 2nd Darragh Crowe (6) 37 pts c/b; 3rd Ella Butler (20) 37 ps; 13th August, 2019 11 Hole Fourball v Par 1st Don Buckley Captain (23) Paul Daly (15) 6up; 2nd Aaron Cashin (2) Sean Collins (13) 5 up c/b. 14th August, 2019. Long Handicap 1st John Mc Donald (19) 26 pts; 2nd Jim Whelan (20) 25 pts; 3rd Michael Carey (21) 25 pts; 4th Robert Halley (18) 22 pts. 15th August, 2019. Ladies & Gent’s Open Seniors 1st Liam Slevin (15) 42 pts; 2nd Sean Carew (13) 41 pts; 3rd Eddie O’Shea ( 1) 40 pts; Visitor William Bergin Clonmel Golf Club (12) 37 pts c/b; Lady Breda Fahy (26) 34pts. 16th August, 2019. Ladies & Gent’s Open Singles 1st Dave Bennett (4) 39 pts; 2nd Patrick Glasheen Faithlegg Golf Club (8) Joe Manning (8) 37 pts. 16th August, 2019. Community Care Mixed Foursomes. 1st Ted O’Keeffe (16) Marian O’Keeffe (29) 45 ¾; 2nd Ciaran Crowley (6) Claire Crowley (23) 46 ¾ c/b; 3rd J.P. Cantwell (8) Niamh Costello (41) 46 ¾. 17th August, 2019 Gent’s 18 Hole Fourball v Par kindly 1st John Lacey Rosslare Golf Club, Cathal Lacey Enniscorthy Golf Club (14) 7up; 2nd Kevin Murray (7) John O’Brien (9) 7up; 3rd Tom Brophy (7) Neil Brophy (18) 6up; Visitor Con O’Brien (14) Ken Johnston (16) 4up; 18th August, 2019. Majestic Cup 1st David Murray (13) 43 pts; 2nd Billy Goodwin (9) 41 pts; 3rd Jerry Goodwin (12) 40pts; 4th John Forristal (5) 37 pts; Gross Paul Flynn (scr) 35 pts; Visitor John Mc Loughlin (10) 39 pts.

Dungarvan RESULTS Mon 12th Aug 1st Tom Conway (11) 43pts, 2nd Tony Sheehan (16) 42pts, 3rd Seamus Kearney (9) 41pts, 4th Hugh O’Carroll (22) 40pts. Thurs 15th Aug 1st Michael Maher (4) 43pts, 2nd PJ Kindregan (10) 41pts, 3rd

Barr fifth in Birmingham In another top class International 400 metres hurdles race in the Birmingham Diamond League meeting last Sunday Thomas Barr finished 5th in 50.16 seconds in blustery conditions.With 100 metres to go Thomas was well back but then came through strongly but too late to bother the leaders. His great rival Yasmani Coppello a Cuban running with Turkey won in 47.80 and a 19 year old Brazilian Alison Santos was second in 49.20 and David Kendziera USA who won in Cork mid week was third in 49.29. It would appear that Thomas will have to improve his mid race pace as he prepares for the World Championships in Doha in late September,he runs in the Paris Diamond League next Saturday.In Birmingham on Sunday Mark English Donegal won the 800 metres in a very fast time of 1.45.80.


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