Coiste na nÓg
Registration continues next Friday February 27th 6.45-8.15 pm.
U-6/U-8 Saturday mornings at 11.30am
U-10 Boys Friday 7-8.
U-12 Boys Friday 6-7.
U-14 boys Friday 8-9.
U-16 Boys Sunday mornings at 10-11am.
Ladies Football Training
U-6/U-8 and U-10 girls continue to train indoors Wednesday evening at 5-6.
U-12 Girls/U-14 girls
Training is now ongoing for the girls Saturday evening at 5-6 indoors.
U-16 Girls and Senior Ladies
Friday evenings at 6.15pm
First game of the campaign was cancelled against neighbours Kilcummin due to pitch unplayable.
Super League Round 3
Spa: 0-06 Legion: 1-07
Weather conditions in Spa last Sunday had the potential to offer a tricky challenge to all players involved. However, both teams dealt admirably with the wet climate. The home side started best notching up two early points by Matthew Moynihan and Ryan O’Carroll. Legion replied with a goal. The remainder of the half was hard fought. Spa’s Jamie Spillane and Craig Hickey increased the lead with well taken points. This left the minimum between the teams at the interval. Spa 0-05 Legion 1-01.
A number of changes were made at the beginning of the second half. Young players namely Timmy Hussey, Darren O’Connor, Aidan Sheppard and the veteran Paul Russell all got a chance to stake their claim for a starting position in the upcoming county league. Jamie Spillane opened the scoring for Spa. However, Legion replied with three well taken points. This saw the visitors taking the lead for the first time. Spa were thrown a life line mid-way through the second half when they were awarded a penalty. The kick was saved. Spa battled on throughout and there are a lot of positives to be taken from this encounter. The game allowed the management to blood some new players at senior level. Final score Spa 0-06 Legion 1-07.
Team Spa: A.Farrell, K.O’Sullivan, A.Cahill, C.Kearney, D.O’Donoghue, S.Cronin, S.Lynch, A.Garnett, M.Moynihan (0-01), R.O’Ríordan, J.Spillane (0-02), R.O’Carroll (0-01), P.Cronin, C.Hickey (0-02), J.Falvey.
Subs: P.Russell for M.Moynihan, A. Sheppard for J.Falvey, D.O’Connor for R.O’Ríordan, T.Hussey for D.O’Donoghue.
Minor Upcoming Fixtures
Rd 2: 7th March Away to Austin Stacks
Rd 3: 14th March Home to Dr. Crokes
Minors had their first game of the season at home to Dingle. Unfortunately out young team lost out to a stronger West Kerry side Spa 1-11 Dingle 4-19.
Scór na bPaistí
Well done to all our competitors in East Kerry final. Our figure dancers and Sean Nós dancer Grainne Spillane having won their disciplines now progress to County semi final in Foilmore on 7th March.. Instrumental music team came 3rd. Our quiz team also did very well coming 5th. Unfortunately no joy for our solo singer Linda Taylor or set dancers.
Figure dancing : Erin Holland, Kate Lawlor, Ciara Moynihan,Carrie Hickey, Roisin O’Sullivan,
Laura O’Carroll, Alibhe Gallagher, Eleana O’Donoghue.
Subs : Grace O’Connor, Grainne Spillane.
Solo Singing : Linda Taylor.
Instrumental Music : Laura O’Carroll, Eleana O’Donoghue, Cian O’Sullivan and Roisin O’Sullivan.
Quiz Team: Mairead O’Donoghue, Erin Holland, Grainne Spillane and Sean O’Sullivan.
Sean nós: Grainne Spillane.
Set dancing: Cian O’Sullivan, Hugh Murhill, Eoghan Mulvaney, Darragh Brosnan, Roisin O’Sullivan,
Eleana O’Donoghue, Mariya Casey and Grainne Spillane.
Congratulations to Ray O’Sullivan (recitation) who will now progress to Munster semi final in Cappamore on 21st March after his success in the County final last Saturday. Well done also to our quiz team of Seamus Clifford,
Jimmy O’Sullivan Darcy, Jim Gleeson and John O’Donoghue who came 4th in a very close contest.
No jackpot winner in Jimmy’s.
Numbers drawn 3 ,13,21,22.
Mary Mangan, Coolcorcoran. Tony O’Leary, Ballycasheen. Amy Grady, Deer Park. Barney c/o Mc Sweeney’s bar.
Next weeks Jackpot in the Arbutus for €5200.
Draw will be on MONDAY night due to Kerry Dublin match.
Tiernaboul National School 6th Class have entered the Young Entrepreneur with a business “Cozy Candles Killarney”. The product is so professional and can be purchased from Cronins Foodstore or at the school 064 6634767. They are in the process of making more candles for St. Patrick’s day and ALL occasions. You can place an order by email [email protected] A lovely handmade gift to get or receive.
Tiernaboul Table Quiz
Will take place on Friday March 6th in Torc Hotel. Tables of 4. Entry €10 and would be delighted with the local community support. Everyone welcome.
Anyone interested in applying for scholarship please contact the Secretary 087 6332773 for a form. Please note the applicant must apply separately to the Coláiste to book a place, after which they will get a booking number to put on their application form. Anyone over 18 such as trainee teachers attending the college as part
of their degree are not eligible for scholarships.
Deadline for all completed forms to be sent to East Kerry Board which must be reach Co Board before March 31st.
Please contact Mathilda McCarthy 087 6487356 to purchase our new range of Club gear.
Clothes/Books/Old Phones Drive Collection
We collect all year round. All proceeds goes towards the underage section of this club. Time to clear those wardrobes and can be dropped off to Spa clubhouse during the day or in the evening. All clothes any condition (clean), belts, bags, shoes and books (no school text books) and any old phones can be collected. Contact Anne Holland
085 7780883 or John O’Donoghue 087 9403517.
Rambling House In Aid of Irish Cancer Society
Ray O’Sullivan is hosting a Rambling House in the Old Muckross School House Sunday March 1st 4pm – 7pm for such a worthy cause. Coel and Craic is guaranteed and a cupán tae with curney braic will be served to all who ramble in to be entertained by some local talent. Tickets on sale only €10 from Ray 087 2279657 or at the door but its advisable to book in advance to guarantee entry.
Final Spa 3I Championship of Kerry on March 27th
It’s all steam ahead to the final of the Spa 31 Championship of Kerry at The Torc Hotel on Friday March 27th.
45 long years have elapsed since this annual event which is both a valuable fundraiser and also served as a regular weekly social event for the card playing fraternity of both Spa and the wider county where it is well supported each season..Initially the weekly card session was combined with a weekly dance in both the then Ryan Hotel and later the Castle Heights with an interlude during which a Chicken Supper was served to both the card players and the dancers all for the modest sum of 10 shillings which even in those far of days was regarded as wonderful value for a night’s entertainment.,
Those nights were recalled during a marathon card session in The Sweeney Arms last Thursday night when during an interlude in play poached salmon sandwiches were served up courtesy of the establishment and during which time valuable coaching on the finer points of card playing was imparted to one member of the group who made a return to the card table in recent times. A very limited number of cards are still available from committee members Dave Herlihy, Paddy O’Keeffe, Paddy B Lynch, and Chief Steward Johnny Batt Cronin.
Condolences to John Shannon and family, Upper Lissivigeen on the death of his nephew Noel Colleran, Co. Clare.