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NEWS November 2005

6th December 2005
Former Kerry football great Tim Kennelly passed away earlier today at his Listowel home. He was 51 years-old.
In a glittering career with the Kingdom, Kennelly picked up five All-Ireland winners medals, captaining the side in 1979. He was also a member of the winning sides in 1975, 1978, 1980 and 198. In the 1980 final against Roscommon, Kennelly was named man-of-the-match.
Renowned for his positional sense and strength on the ball, Kennelly was a formidable centre-half back and was decorated with two All Star awards.
His sons, Noel and Tadgh, both excelled on the sports field, Noel wining an All-Ireland in 2000 while Tadgh became the first Irishman to win an Aussie Rules Grand Final earlier this year


29th November 2005
KILFLYNN COURSING CLUB:
It's that time of year again when we put on our wellies and face the cold hard weather of winter in love of our sport.
On Saturday 3rd next at 11.30 a.m. the first two dogs will leave slips and hopefully come Sunday at 3 O' Clock we will have what is expected to be the best of finals in all stakes. The Stephan Fuller Cup carries Five Cup winners this year so far, So it promises to attract a huge crowd. We Would Welcome all locals again this year and look forward to their continued support.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our supporters for their generous support in all our fundraising events throughout the year.
Order of Running: Saturday 11.30 a.m. start with a 3 course Duffer and Stephan Fuller Cup/Interval, then All Age Bitch Stake, Puppy Stake & Second Round of 3 course Duffer and Cup. Sunday 12 noon
Start with Surplus Stake and Working Members Stake and Complete card.
Judge: Walter Dick. Slipper: Martin Murphy.

KILFLYNN CHRONCILE:
Due to time constraint and lack of resources the Kilflynn Chronicle Magazine will not be published this Christmas.

MENS RETREAT:
Abbeydorney/Kiflynn Men's Annual Retreat will be held on Wednesday 7th December at 8.00 p.m. in Ardfert Retreat Centre.

SOCCER:
Kilflynn Santos Senior Soccer team continued their winning streak with a 2 –1 victory over a gallant Newtown Athletic side at Meadows Grounds, Crotta on Sunday morning last in the Denny Division 2 B League. Santos Goal Scorers were Colin Curran and Colm Mc Elligott.
Santos team: Mark Mc Namara, Diarmuid Nolan, Aidan Scallion, Denis O'Connell, David Cronin, “Tom Yank” Mc Elligott, Tom Burke, Andrew Keane, Colin Curran, Colm Mc Elligott, and Gary Hogan. Subs: David Mc Louglin for G. Hogan, Niall Enright for C. Mc Elligott, Brendan Keane for C.Curran, and Seamus Enright for T Mc Elligott.

LADIES FOOTBALL:
Best of Luck to Helen Mc Kenna, and her Abbeydorney Ladies Football team mates who will contest A.I.B All Ireland Intermediate Football Final against Clan Eireann (Armagh) at Banagher (Offaly) on Sunday 4 th December.

SANTA IS COMING:
Santa will be paying his annual Christmas visit to St Columbas Centre, Kilflynn on Sunday 11 th December from 3.00 p.m. to 6.00 p.m. Cost € 8 per child. Registration is essential and will be taking place in Kilflynn National School , on Friday next 2 nd December between 1.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. This is the final date to register, as bookings will not be taken after this date. Payment on registration please.

NATIONAL SCHOOL SILVER CIRCLE RESULTS:
The following are results of Kilflynn National School Silver Circle Draw Week Two 25/11/05.
1st Prize €70: Patrick Burns C/O Sarah Corkery, Knocknaska, Kilflynn 2nd Prize €35: Liz Kelly, Kilflynn. 3rd Prize, €20: Mary Leen C\o Jennifer Twomey, Garrynagore, Lixnaw. The Promoters Prize of €15 went Mark and Mary Corkey, Knocknaska, Kilflynn.

HURLING AWARDS:
Congratulation to Crotta underage Hurlers Shane Nolan and Darren Twomey who received their North Kerry Hurling Coiste Na Nog 2005 Player Awards at a function on Friday 25 th November in The Abbeydorney Sports Complex. Darren received the April Award, with the September Award going to Shane Nolan. Well done Lads.

KERRYMAN NOTES:
With a new deadline of Monday at 1p.m, it is imperative that all news items for inclusion in the Kilflynn Notes be with the writer by 9.00 p.m. on Sunday nights. Any items received after this deadline will not be included in that week's notes. The co-operation of all organisations and individuals is necessary to enable the weekly Kilflynn column to be included every week in The Kerryman

SONGS OF THE LIVING STONES:
A Celebration of Christianity in the Diocese of Kerry – a pageant in word, song, mime and music. St. Mary's Cathedral, Killarney, on Sunday 27 th , Monday 28 th and Tuesday 29 th November at 8.00 p.m.
The Choirs of the Tralee deanery will participate on Tuesday 29 th . People of the deanery are encouraged to attend on this night also. Admission is free, but due to limited seating capacity, admission is strictly by ticket only. Contact 7122522 or 064 31108.

TRAD SESSION:
There will be a Traditional Music Session in Parker's Pub on Saturday night at 10.00 p.m.

UNDER 21S:

The Crotta Under 21 hurlers will play Lixnaw in the County Championship Semi Final on Saturday. 3 rd December, Venue and time to be confirmed. Check with officers

MINOR FINAL:
The Crotta/Lixnaw Minor hurlers were defeated by St. Brendan's Ardfert in The County Minor “A” Championship Final on Saturday 26 th November in Austin Stack's Park, on 3-10 to 1-05.
This was a superb display by Ardfert, who gave a truly wonderful team display. On the other hand, Crotta\Lixnaw of which so much was expected of just simply never got off the ground. Crotta\Lixnaw Team: Martin Stackpoole (Lixnaw), Jonathan Caffrey (Crotta), Philip Twomey (Crotta), David Corridan (Lixnaw), Paul Costello (Crotta), David Galvin (Crotta), Kevin O'Connell (Lixnaw), Darren Twomey (Crotta), Frank Ronan (Lixnaw), Matt Lynch (Crotta), Johnny O'Connell (Lixnaw), Robert Wallace (Lixnaw), Paudie Galvin (Lixnaw), Kevin Power (Capt.) (Lixnaw) and James Flaherty (Lixnaw)(1-05). Subs: Keith Boyd (Lixnaw) for J. Caffrey (inj), Richard Nolan for (Crotta), P. Galvin, David Moloney (Crotta), for F.Ronan, Aaron Sheehan, Sean O' Keeffe, Alan Leen (Crotta), Alan Bonn, Niall Quilter, (Lixnaw) Luke Sheehan (Crotta), John Molyneaux, (Lixnaw) Liam Maguire, (Lixnaw) Shane Mc Aauliffe, (Crotta), John V O'Brien (Lixnaw) Paul Lenihan (Crotta), and David Kissane. (Lixnaw) Trainers\Selectors: Brendan Mahony and Willie Dowling. See match report in the sports section of the Kerryman.

LOTTO RESULTS:
The Four numbers drawn out of the drum by the Independent observer Paul Sheehan, Ballyconell, Kilflynn, in The Crotta hurling club lotto Draw on Monday night 28 th November in Cronin's Bar were: 9,24, 27, & 28. There were no winners of the €2,200 Jackpot. The lucky dip winners each receive €35: Tom Keane, Crotta, Jerry Dennehy, C\o St. Pats Day Care Centre, Tralee and John O'Connor, Fahavane, Kilflynn The next draw will be held in Parker's bar on Monday 5 th December with a €2,300.. Tickets are available at €2 from Club tickets sellers or from Cronin's Bar, Parker's Bar and Kilflynn Post Office.

SOCIAL:
The Crotta Hurling Club will hold their Annual Social on Saturday 11 th February 2006 in Ballyroe Heights Hotel, Tralee .

CROTTA G.A.A A.G.M
The Crotta Hurling club will hold their Annual General Meeting on Saturday night 10 th December in St. Columba's Centre, Kilflynn at 7.30 p.m.

CHURCH NEWS
Those Required for Church duties in St. Mary's Church, Kilflynn are follows:Readers for Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th December Vigil: Pauline Gleasure Helen, Morning: Francis White. Eucharistic Ministers for Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th December, Vigil: Maureen Mc Elligott, Morning: Jimmy Walsh Francis .The First Friday mass on Friday 2nd December is Anniversary for the late Kathleen Keane, Glenballyma. The vigil mass on Saturday will be Anniversary mass for the late Mike Joe Breen, Laccamore, and Sunday morning Mass is Anniversary Mass for the late Seamus Power, Clonafineela, Kilflynn.
Collectors for December: Eddie Breen, Margaret Dillon and Jimmy Walsh.
Prayers for our deceased Relatives and Friends will be said on Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. in St. Mary's Church and in Abbeydorney on Friday at 7.30 p.m.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament: Mondays in St. Mary's from 4.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

NEW CHURCH WINDOW
Fr. Jack Fitzgerald P.P blessed the new Rex Regum Window at St. Mary's Church, Kilflynn at the 10 a.m. mass on Sunday 20 th November. This window depicts the figure of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Universal King. Originally this was the altar window, traditionally the location for a Christ window.
The old window as in poor repair but the Rex Regum shield (lower left) was saved and restored as a part of the new commission. The dedication refers to 2005 as being designated The Year of the Eucharist by His Holiness the late Pope John Paul II and a commemoration of His Papacy.

PILGRIMAGE TO ROME
Kerry Diocesan Pilgrimage to Rome led by Bishop Bill Murphy –April 16 th 2006 – 7 nights- Direct flights ex Kerry Airport . Cost € 1,100. Bookings with Torc Travel, Killarney 064 32911.

FREE LEGAL ADVICE
The Free Legal Advise Clinic is on December 15 th and January 19 th at The Resource Centre, 35 The Square, Listowel, from 5.30 p.m. to 7.00 p.m. For appointment phone 068-23779/22937.

DARTS
The Darts Doubles Tournament in Parker's Pub, Kilflynn on Saturday night 26 th November for fresh Turkey 's. Twenty players participated in the Tournament with the two fresh Turkeys going to Marianne Marshall and John Muilvill when they had victory over Norma Fitzmaurice and Shane Nolan in a nail biting Final.
There will two more fresh turkeys up for grabs this Saturday night. All names into Parker's Pub by 10.00 p.m. on the night.

COLLECTION
Kerry Diocesan Youth Service will take up their Collection at Masses next weekend 3 rd and 4 th December.

GOLF:
Abbeydorney Golf Society will hold its Christmas Scramble at Castleisland Golf Club on Saturday the 10 th Dec. The tee is booked between 10:00am and 11:30am. Cronin's Bar Kilflynn is kindly sponsoring the outing where the presentation of prizes will take place immediately after golf. Guests are welcome to play. As it is intended to have the draw for playing partners prior to the outing members and guests are asked to enter by contacting one of the following before Thurs 8 th Dec, Dan Brassil 086-2610239 or Michael Barry 086-2571230 or Tom McNeice 086-3263111.

SOCIAL EVENING
There will be a Social Evening for the Abbeydorney/Kilflynn Actively Retired at the Abbeydorney Community Hall on Wednesday 30 th November from 2.00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. Everyone Welcome.

KERRY HURLERS
Kerry Senior Hurling Management Team announced for 2006. Paudie Butler , former Laois boss will Coach the Senior and U 21 Hurlers and will be assisted by Limerick player Brian Begley. Gerry Molyneaux remains on as Manager.
Selectors: Mike McKenna Lixnaw and Timmy Weir Abbeydorney and Ger Power will train the team and John O'Keefe will be responsible for weight training.

 


22nd November 2005

MENS RETREAT
Abbeydorney/Kiflynn Men's Annual Retreat will be held on Wednesday 7th December at 8.00 p.m. in Ardfert Retreat Centre.

COPING WITH LOSS & GRIEF
A talk for bereaved entitled “Coping with Loss & Grief” will take place in St. John's Parish Centre, Tralee on Wednesday, 23 rd November at 8.00p.m.

CROTTA HURLERS:
MINOR FINAL Congratulations to the Crotta Minor hurlers on winning the County Minor B Championship final Title (13 a side) on Saturday last, 19 th November. A great crowd of local support was in attendance at Ballyduff pitch to witness these brave young hurlers overcome Ballyheigue by a Scoreline of 1-12 to 3-04.
Crotta team & Scorers: Aaron Sheehan, Philip Twomey, Paul Lenihan, Alan Leen, Paul Costello, Jonathan Caffrey, David Galvin (1-06), Darren Twomey, Shane Mc Auliffe, Matt Lynch, Luke Sheehan, David Moloney (0-01), and Richard Nolan (0-01). Sub Cian Counihan. After the game The Victories Crotta Captain Philip Twomey received the County B Championship Plaque from Mike Slattery on behalf of the County Board . Selectors Brendan Mahony, John Howard and Paul Shanahan.

JUNIOR FINAL On Sunday afternoon 20 th November at Fitzgerald Stadium, Killarney, Crotta added the County League Div 3 Trophy to their collection when their Juniors had victory over a gallant Kilgarvan side on 1-13 to 0-06 scoreline.
Crotta team & Scorers: Jerome O'Sullivan, T.J O'Sullivan, David Galvin, Tom B McElligott, Diarmuid McKeene, Pa Quille, Jer Galvin, Fergus O'Sullivan, Cyril Lynch, Matt Lynch (0-01), Brendan Mahony (0-11), Peter Mc Grath, Francis Keane, John Mahony (Capt.) (1-00), and Kenneth Nolan (0-01). Subs Seamus Enright for F.O'Sullivan, Philip Twomey for P. Mc Grath, Paul Shanahan for F.Keane and Eoin Lynch for K. Nolan, Rohan Falvey, Mark O'Brien, Denis Mahony, Jerry Carmody, Richard Nolan and Jonathan Caffrey. Selectors Jimmy Lawlor, Jerry Carmody and Denis Mahony. After the game Bernie Reen presented the Div 3 cup to Victories Crotta Captain John Mahony. Congratulations to Junior Team and their Selectors.
More detail reports of both matches in next week's Notes meanwhile see Timmy Sheehan's Match reports in the sports sections of The Kerryman.

SOCCER
Kilflynn Santos Senior Soccer team had a 3 –1 victory over a gallant Ballyheigue B side at Meadows Grounds, Crotta on Sunday morning last in the Denny Division 2 B League Santos Goal Scorers were Andrew Keane, Matthew Barry and Tom Burke.
Santos team: Brendan Keane, Denis O'Connell, Aidan Scalon, David Cronin, Colin Curran, Andrew Keane, Tom Burke, Matthew Barry, Colm Mc Elligott, and Gary Hogan. Subs “Tom Yank” Mc Elligott for G.Curran and Niall Enright for C.Curran.

REGISTER OF ELECTORS
Have you moved to Kilflynn recently or turned 18? Check at your local post office for Register of Electors to see if you are listed. Your Vote Is Your Right.

DANCING CLASSES
The Dancing classes have re-commenced again for this season on Monday Night's in St.Columbas Centre, Kilflynn and will continue every Monday night @ 9pm sharp. Looking forward to seeing you all again soon, Beginners and all welcome. For enquiries please contact Kate after 6pm on (066) 71 32482

HISTORY OF THE DIOCESE
The history of the Diocese “Working in the fields of God” has been published recently and now available in The Sacristy in St. Mary's Church, Kilflynn or in St. Bernard's Church, Abbeydorney at only €20.

NATIONAL SCHOOL SILVER CIRCLE RESULTS:
The following are results of Kilflynn National School Silver Circle Draw Week One 18/11/05.
1st Prize €70: Brendan Buckley, Leith , 2nd Prize €35: Noel Mulvihill C\o Declan Falvey, 3rd Prize, €20: Patsy Maunsell, Lerrig. The Promoters Prize of €15 went Rachel Buckey.

PLEASE BE ALERT:
There have been a number of break-ins to people's homes over the last number of weeks. Parishioners are reminded to take care of all their personal belongings and make sure your property is secure when unattended. If you notice anything suspicious please inform your local Gardai.

KERRYMAN NOTES
With a new deadline of Monday at 1p.m, it is imperative that all news items for inclusion in the Kilflynn Notes be with the writer by 9.00 p.m. on Sunday nights. Any items received after this deadline will not be included in that week's notes. The co-operation of all organisations and individuals is necessary to enable the weekly Kilflynn column to be included every week in The Kerryman

SONGS OF THE LIVING STONES
A Celebration of Christianity in the Diocese of Kerry – a pageant in word, song, mime and music. St. Mary's Cathedral, Killarney, on Sunday 27 th , Monday 28 th and Tuesday 29 th November at 8.00 p.m.
The Choirs of the Tralee deanery will participate on Tuesday 29 th . People of the deanery are encouraged to attend on this night also. Admission is free, but due to limited seating capacity, admission is strictly by ticket only. Contact 7122522 or 064 31108.

UNDER 21S
The Crotta Under 21 hurlers will play Lixnaw in the County Championship Semi Final. Date, Venue and time to be confirmed.

MINOR FINAL
The Crotta/Lixnaw Minor hurlers will contest County Minor “A” Championship Final against St. Brendan's Ardfert on Saturday 26 th November in Austin Stack's Park, Tralee, at 2.30 p.m. Best of luck to the lads in Green and Red.

CROTTA GAA
There are Crotta Hurling Club Jackets, Polo shirts, Jerseys and Baseball Caps all with the club's new club crest designed by Jerry Carmody, available from Declan Falvey on 087 4167328.First come first served.

LOTTO RESULTS:
The Four numbers drawn out of the drum by the Independent observer Sean Twomey, Garrynagore, in The Crotta hurling club lotto Draw on Monday night 21 st November in Parker's Bar. Were 7,11,15, & 19. There were no winners of the €2,000 Jackpot. The lucky dip winners each receive €35: Patrick O'Sullivan Kilfeighney, Mary Browne, Listellick, Tralee and Tom O'Dowd Currovough, Tralee . The next draw will be held in Cronin's Bar on Monday night 28 th November with a €2,200 Jackpot. Tickets are available at €2 from Club tickets sellers or from Cronin's Bar, Parker's Bar and Kilflynn Post Office.

SOCIAL
A Note for the Diary's: The Crotta Hurling Club will hold their Annual Social on Saturday 11 th February 2006 in Ballyroe Heights Hotel, Tralee . More details later.

CROTTA GAA A.G.M
The Crotta Hurling club will hold their Annual General Meeting on Saturday night 10 th December in St. Columba's Centre, Kilflynn at 7.30 p.m.

AEROBIC/KEEP FIT CLASSES
The Aerobic/Keep Fit/ Total Tone Classes will Re- Commencing on Tuesday nights in Abbeydorney Hall and Thursday nights in St. Columbas Centre, Kilflynn from 7.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.

CHURCH NEWS
Please note change of Mass time in St. Mary's church, Kilflynn on Saturday evenings. The vigil mass will be at 6.30 p.m. and Mass time on Sunday's will be still be 10.00 a.m.
Those Required for Church duties in St. Mary's Church, Kilflynn are follows:
Readers for Saturday 26 th and Sunday 27 th November Vigil: Helen Kelly-Fuller, Morning: Mary Mc Kenna. Eucharistic Ministers for Saturday 26 th and Sunday 27 th November, Vigil: Sean Shine, Morning: Francis White. The Enrolment Ceremony for the First Communion Children will take place in St. Mary's Church on Sunday 27 th November at 10.00 a.m. for the Kilflynn Children .The vigil mass on Saturday will be Anniversary mass for the late Timmy Cronin, Glenballyma, Kilflynn
Altar Society for November: Ann O'Halloran and Eileen Hannon, Collectors for November: Tom Mc Elligott, Margaret Dillon and Jimmy Walsh.
Prayers for our deceased Relatives and Friends will be said on Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. in St. Mary's Church and in Abbeydorney on Friday at 7.30 p.m.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament: Mondays in St. Mary's from 4.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

PILGRIMAGE TO ROME
Kerry Diocesan Pilgrimage to Rome led by Bishop Bill Murphy –April 16 th 2006 – 7 nights- Direct flights ex Kerry Airport . Cost € 1,100. Bookings with Torc Travel, Killarney 064 32911.

FREE LEGAL ADVICE
The Free Legal Advise Clinic is on December 15 th and January 19 th at The Resource Centre, 35 The Square, Listowel, from 5.30 p.m. to 7.00 p.m. For appointment phone 068-23779/22937.

THANKS
The Abbeydorney/ Kilflynn Community Games Committee would like to thank everyone who contributed to their Church Gate Collection last weekend.

DARTS
The Darts Doubles Tournament in Parker's Pub, Kilflynn on Saturday night 19 th November for fresh Turkey 's. Sixteen players participated in the Tournament with the two fresh Turkeys going to two Darts Veterans Brendan Hannon and J.P Twomey when they had victory over Declan Falvey and Danny Caffrey in the Final.
There will two more fresh turkeys up for grabs this Saturday night. All names into Parker's Pub by 10.00 p.m. on the night.


15th November 2005
WEDDING BELLSOn Friday 11 th November, Orna O'Neill and Brendan Comerford exchanged Wedding vows at St. Mary's Church, Kilflynn in the presence of their families, relatives and friends.
Orna is the youngest daughter of Pat and the late Jean O'Neill, Castletown, Kilflynn and Brendan is a son of Tom and Mary Comerford, Mayfield, Cork .
The ceremony with Nuptial Mass was performed by Fr. Pat O'Donnell and assisted by Fr. Jack Fitzgerald. Orna's sister Keelin Cronin was Chief Bridesmaid and was assisted by their sister
Nessa Mackay, Emma Fitzgerald and Karen O'Regan. Vincent Foley was Bestman and the groomsmen were Alan Dorgan, Brian Collins and Fergus O'Brien.
The Flowergirls were Sadhbh Cronin, Caoimhe Cronin and Ava Mckay (Nieces of the bride).
The reception was held in Ballygarry House Hotel, Tralee where all the guests had an enjoyable time. The young couple will reside in Glanmire, Cork after their honeymoon in Dubai .
Everyone that know them wish the happy couple every joy, health and happiness in their married lives.
See more Wedding Photos on www.tedobrienphoto.com

KEARNEY/O'CONNELL DUO WINS KERRY WINTER RALLY
Last weekend's BioTech Kerry Winter Rally, run in glorious conditions, was outstanding success for clerk of the course Senan Ragget and his organising team.
One hundred and fifty cars participated, which commenced from Banna Beach Hotel, Ardfert early on Sunday morning for four very technical stages in the Knocknagoshel and Lyrecrompane of North Kerry.
A lot was at stake, in this the final round of Top Part Championship with both Castleisland's Alan Ring and Wexford's Noel Redmond in with a chance of lifting the title Beauford's Diarmuid Falvey was co-driving for Redmond and was hot favourite for the co-driver award.
The first stage was near Knocknagoshel and amazing local hero Mike Quinn in his Ford Escort topped the time sheets beating far more modern cars in the process.
Rally sponsor Tadgh Leinihan emerged from the first test in second place, some 12 seconds off the leader and despite a damaged rear suspension.
Another local driver Alan Ring occupied joint third place with flying John Kearney. Killarney's Kevin O'Donoghue held fifth spot despite hairy moments on the slippery roads.
Early dramas included No 1 seed Noel Redmond beaching his Subaru on a tight hairpin bend near the stage end, losing valuable seconds in the process.
The rally leaderboard was turned up on its head on stage two. Early leader Mike Quinn put his Escort off the road halfway through the stage forcing instant retirement.
Noel Redmond was in the wars again having a big slide while ‘flat in sixth' and ending up against the North Kerry scenery.
Ring lost valuable time as he steered his way around the stranded Redmond machine.
Bio Tech' Tadgh Lenihan had an excursion in the scenery dropping him to fifth place, while Kells driver Pat Donegan continued to recover time lost on the opening stage. He and co-driver Jakes Kelly were now in sixth place.
But the biggest surprise on Stage Two was local driver John Kearney navigated by Kilflynn's Denis O'Connell setting a blistering time through the test to jump from joint third to overall leader.
Kearney set this time despite catching a slower competitor through the stage costing even more valuable time.
Clonakilty's Kevin Kelleher moved into second place after stage two, just seven seconds ahead of both Kevin O'Donoghue and Alan Ring who occupied joint third,
Kearney exerted his authority in the event by maintaining his lead through stage three. Kevin O'Donoghue moved into second place, taking three seconds from Alan Ring while Kevin Kelleher lost 12 seconds after clouting a bank, demoting him to fourth.
Tadgh Lenihan remained in fifth place after a steady run through stage three, while Donegan, navigated by Tralee 's Jakes Kelly, maintained their sixth place.
En-route to stage four, Kearney suffered his only major problem in the rally. The fuel pump started losing pressure on the road section but himself and co-driver Denis O'Connell were able to fix the problem. Nevertheless he coasted through the final stage to his first ever win. Kevin Kelleher launched a serious attack on the final test to put his Mitsubishi back in the second place He lost on the previous stage.
Ring and O'Donoghue were enjoying an epic battle; they eventually tied for third overall with the decision going in favour of Ring, as he was fastest on the last stage.
Donegal's Joe Mc Mc Hugh put in a spirited drive in the afternoon stages to finish fifth overall. Pat Donegan and Jakes Kelly took sixth place and won class 13.
Tadgh Lenihan's BioTech Subaru developed gear lever problems towards the end, relegating him to seventh. Killarney's David Slater brought his Escort home in eight, while father and son team Charlie and Johnny Hickey from Killarney finished just outside the leaderboard in 12 th .
Jason Costello and Derek Flynn won the Kerry Motor Club award. Alan Ring's Third overall give him the overall driver award for this year's West Coast Championship, while Beaufort's Diarmuid Falvey won the co-drivers section.
But the day belonged to John Kearney and his navigator Dennis O'Connell. Their PMG tyres Escort brought them a memorable and popular victory in the Kerry Winter Rally.
This is the first time that a Kerry Motor Club driver has won the home event since Brendan Brosnan's victory in 1996.
The Kearney-O'Connell partnership was presented with the Donal O' Flaherty Memorial Trophy at the prizegiving ceremony in Banna on Sunday night.
John Kearney was a great friend and near neighbour of the late Donal O'Flaherty while Denis O'Connell was Donal's regular navigator. This made the presentation of the award extra special for the Ardfert and Kilflynn Duo.
Congratulations to Denis O'Connell and John Kearney on their fine achievement.

FUNDRAISING CONCERT
The Red Cross Fundraising Concert in aid of the Asian Earthquake in the Parish Hall, Abbeydorney on Friday November 18 th at 8.00 p.m.

REGISTER OF ELECTORS
Have you moved to Kilflynn recently or turned 18? Check at your local post office for Register of Electors to see if you are listed. Your Vote Is Your Right.

GRADUATIONS
Congratulations and Best wishes to the following local students who were among the over 1,000 students at Institute of Technology, Tralee Autumn Conferring held in the Conference Centre of the Brandon hotel, Tralee on Friday 28 th October. Kevin Galvin, Ballyrehan, who graduated with a Higher Certificate in Science in Applied Chemistry, Sharon Sheehan, Ballyconnell, who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Information Systems Management, Patrick Mc Elligott, Catletown, who graduated with a Higher Certificate in Engineering in Civil Engineering, Mikie Barry, Clousillagh who Graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering, Paul Shanahan, Tullig, who graduated with Bachelor of Science in Construction. Bridget O'Shea, Leam who graduated with a Higher Certificate in Information Systems Management Every Success to them for the Future

DANCING CLASSES
The Dancing classes re-commenced again for this season on Monday 7th November in St.Columbas Centre, Kilflynn and will continue every Monday night @ 9pm sharp. Due to unforeseen circumstances we apologise for the late start this season but according to our dancing instructor we will be all in ship shape for Christmas. Looking forward to seeing you all again soon, Beginners and all welcome. For enquiries please contact Kate after 6pm on (066) 71 32482

HISTORY OF THE DIOCESE
The history of the Diocese “Working in the fields of God” has been published recently and now available in The Sacristy in St. Mary's Church, Kilflynn or in St. Bernard's Church, Abbeydorney at only €20.

SONGS OF THE LIVING STONES
A Celebration of Christianity in the Diocese of Kerry – a pageant in word, song, mime and music. St. Mary's Cathedral, Killarney, on Sunday 27 th , Monday 28 th and Tuesday 29 th November at 8.00 p.m.
The Choirs of the Tralee deanery will participate on Tuesday 29 th . People of the deanery are encouraged to attend on this night also. Admission is free, but due to limited seating capacity, admission is strictly by ticket only. Contact 7122522 or 064 31108.

JUNIOR FINAL
The Crotta and Kilgarvan Junior hurlers were due to contest the Credit Union County league Division 3 final on Sunday 13 th November in Austin Stack Park , Tralee . But it was postponed on Saturday evening due to unplayable pitch. The match will now be played on this Sunday 20 th November Check with club officers re venue and time. Best of luck to the lads in Green and Red.

UNDER 21S
The Crotta Under 21 hurlers will play Lixnaw in the County Championship Semi Final. Date, Venue and time to be confirmed.

MINOR FINAL
The Crotta minor hurlers will play Ballyheigue in the County Minor B Championship Final on Saturday 19th November in Ballyduff, at 2.00 p.m. Best of luck to the lads in Green and Red.

CROTTA GAA
There are Crotta Hurling Club Jackets, Polo shirts, Jerseys and Baseball Caps all with the club's new club crest designed by Jerry Carmody, available from Declan Falvey on 087 4167328.First come first served.

LOTTO RESULTS:
The Four numbers drawn out of the drum by the Independent observer Aidan Shanahan, Tullig, Kilflynn in The Crotta hurling club lotto Draw on Monday night 14 th November in Cronin's Bar. Were 7,11,15, & 19. There were no winners of the €2,000 Jackpot. The lucky dip winners each receive €35: Kay O'Keeffe, C/o Mike O'Connell, Rae, Kilflynn, Gerry Henry, Tubrid Beg, Ardfert, and Brea O'Connor, Lisereen, Abbeydorney.
The next draw takes place in Parker's Bar on Monday night 21st November with a €2,100. Tickets are available at €2 from Club tickets sellers or from Cronin's Bar, Parker's Bar and Kilflynn Post Office.

SOCIAL
A Note for the Diary's: The Crotta Hurling Club will hold their Annual Social on Saturday 11 th February 2006 in Ballyroe Heights Hotel, Tralee . More details later.

AEROBIC/KEEP FIT CLASSES
The Aerobic/Keep Fit/ Total Tone Classes will Re- Commencing on Tuesday nights in Abbeydorney Hall and Thursday nights in St. Columbas Centre, Kilflynn from 7.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.

CHURCH NEWS
Please note change of Mass time in St. Mary's church, Kilflynn on Saturday evenings. The vigil mass will be at 6.30 p.m. and Mass time on Sunday's will be still be 10.00 a.m.
Those Required for Church duties in St. Mary's Church, Kilflynn are follows:
Readers for Saturday 19 h and Sunday 20 th November Vigil: Helen Condon, Morning: Joe Mc Auliffe. Eucharistic Ministers for Saturday 19 th and Sunday 20 th November, Vigil: Monica O'Neill, Morning: Angela Nolan. The blessing of the new Church window will be held on Sunday .The vigil mass on Saturday will be Anniversary mass for the late Maurice Egan, Knocknacaska, Kilflynn
Altar Society for November: Ann O'Halloran and Eileen Hannon, Collectors for November: Tom Mc Elligott, Margaret Dillon and Jimmy Walsh.
Prayers for our deceased Relatives and Friends will be said on Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. in St. Mary's Church and in Abbeydorney on Friday at 7.30 p.m.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament: Mondays in St. Mary's from 4.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

ACTIVELY RETIRED
A Social Evening for Abbeydorney/Kilflynn Actively Retired will be held at the Abbeydorney Community Hall on Wednesday 16 th November from 2.00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. Everyone welcome.

THANKS
The Abbeydorney/ Kilflynn Community Games Committee would like to thank everyone who contributed to their Church Gate Collection last weekend.

DARTS
The weekly Darts Doubles Tournament recommenced at Parker's Pub, Kilflynn on Saturday night 12 th November for fresh Turkey 's. Eighteen players participated in the Tournament with the two fresh Turkeys of the season going to two Darts Veterans Mike Fealy and J.P Twomey, who defeated Danny Caffrey and Adrain Mc Hugh in the final. There will two more fresh turkeys up for grabs this Saturday night. All names into Parker's Pub by 10.00 p.m. on the night.


8th November2005
MURIEL PARKINSON
It was with great regret that people of Kilflynn learned of the untimely death of Muriel Parkinson (nee Parkinson), Tullig, Kilflynn
Muriel a member of a very well know and highly respected Family passes away at her daughter's residence in Cork on Thursday 28 th October.
A Lady of Kind and Genial nature Muriel was active in the local community and took a very keen interest every in everything that was happening in the area. She was also involved in the local active retirement group and partook in all of their activities. She had a great passion for music and song, and was a women with a warm personality was never seen in bad form and always put a smile on persons face whom she came in contact with.
Her popularity was borne out in the large numbers, which paid their last respects to Muriel at her home in Tullig on Saturday and also at her removal on Sunday evening from her residence to St. John's Church , Ashe Street , Tralee .
A Large Congregation attended the funeral service and Act of Thanksgiving for the life of Muriel Parkinson in St. John's Church, Ashe Street on Monday Rev Joe Hardy was the main celebrant and was assisted by Rev Joe Mairt Hanly, Rev Barbara Fryday (cousin of the deceased) and Fr. Pat O'Donnell.
During his homily the Rev Hardy paid tribute to the many acts of kindness Muriel performed, particularly for those in the Third World, and to a positive disposition which always enable her to see ‘the glass half full' Rev Hardy also noted that: “Muriel held the community of Kilflynn in high esteem, and by your large attendance here to it is clear that she was equally cherished by you”
A large crowd accompanied the cortege for the burial that took place in the Old Graveyard, Kilflynn.
Her sad passing has deprived the area of one of the community's greatest characters, and she will be, sadly missed not only by her family but by everyone that knew her
Muriel was predeceased by her husband Jackie who died on the 27 th June 1984 and her daughter Lucy and is survived by her daughter Martha, Sons Walter and Thomas, her Brother Frankie, Sisters Sadie and Olive, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and a large circle of friends to whom sympathy of the community is extended.
“Peace Perfect Peace”

REGISTER OF ELECTORS
Have you moved to Kilflynn recently or turned 18? Check at your local post office for Register of Electors to see if you are listed. Your Vote Is Your Right.

GRADUATIONS
Congratulations and Best wishes to the following local students who were among the over 1,000 students at Institute of Technology, Tralee Autumn Conferring held in the Conference Centre of the Brandon hotel, Tralee on Friday 28 th October. Sharon Sheehan, Ballyconnell, who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Information Systems Management, Patrick Mc Elligott, Catletown, who graduated with a Higher Certificate in Engineering in Civil Engineering, Mikie Barry, Clousillagh who Graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering, Paul Shanahan, Tullig, who graduated with Bachelor of Science in Construction. Bridget O'Shea, Leam who graduated with a Higher Certificate in Information Systems Management Every Success to them for the Future

DANCING CLASSES
The Dancing classes re-commenced again for this season on Monday 7th November in St.Columbas Centre, Kilflynn and will continue every Monday night @ 9pm sharp. Due to unforeseen circumstances we apologise for the late start this season but according to our dancing instructor we will be all in ship shape for Christmas. Looking forward to seeing you all again soon, Beginners and all welcome. For enquiries please contact Kate after 6pm on (066) 71 32482

ENGAGEMENT
Congratulations and Best Wishes to Aileen Galvin, Ballyrehan and Ray Madden, Loch Gowna, Cavan who announced their engagement recently.

MASS TIMES
Please note change of Mass time in St. Mary's church, Kilflynn on Saturday evenings. The vigil mass will be at 6.30 p.m. and Mass time on Sunday's will be still be 10.00 a.m.

CAUSEWAY SCHOOL
There will be an Open Night for Incoming First Year Students and their Parents on Thursday night 10 th November at 8.00 p.m. in Causeway Comprehensive School .

COLAISTE IDE
The will be an open days in Colaiste Ide, Dingle on Saturday 12 th and Sunday 13 th November, from 12 noon to 5.00 p.m. each day. For details phone 9151211.

HISTORY OF THE DIOCESE
The history of the Diocese “Working in the fields of God” has been published recently and now available in The Sacristy in St. Mary's Church, Kilflynn or in St. Bernard's Church, Abbeydorney at only €20.

TAEKWON-DO CLASSES
The Taekwon-Do Classes in St. Columbas Centre, Kilflynn will continue every Saturday. Class times: 4p.m. - 5 p.m. for Junior's (6yrs to 11yrs) and 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. Senior's (11yrs and Over)
The Instructor for the classes will be Mr. Mike Murphy, Kilflynn 4 th Degree Black Belt and International Instructor/Examiner. Mike has over 17yrs of experience in Tae Kwon-Do.
For any enquiries please phone 087 6554691.

SONGS OF THE LIVING STONES
A Celebration of Christianity in the Diocese of Kerry – a pageant in word, song, mime and music. St. Mary's Cathedral, Killarney, on Sunday 27 th , Monday 28 th and Tuesday 29 th November at 8.00 p.m.
Contact Padraig at 064 31168.

FOOD FAIR
Listowel Food Fair takes place from Thursday 10 th to Monday 14 th November.

LADIES FOOTBALL
Well done Helen Mc Kenna and The Abbeydorney Ladies Football team who had a convincing victory over Parnell's of London in the A.I.B All Ireland Intermediate Semi final on Saturday November 5th in Ballyduff on the 5-20 to 0-06 scoreline. Helen played at full back on the victorious side. Abbeydorney will now meet Clan Eireann of Armagh in the All Ireland Final

JUNIOR FINAL
Crotta and Kilgarvan Junior hurlers will contest the Credit Union County league Division 3 final on Sunday 13 th November in Austin Stack's Park, Tralee at 12 noon. Best of luck to the lads in Green and Red.

FIXTURES
The Crotta Under 21 hurlers will play Lixnaw in the County Championship Semi Final. Date, Venue and time to be confirmed.
The Crotta minor hurlers were due to play Ballyheigue in the County Minor B Championship Final on Saturday last in Lerrig, but it was postponed on Saturday morning last due to unplayable pitch

CROTTA GAA
There are Crotta Hurling Club Jackets, Poloshirts, Jerseys and Baseball Caps all with the club's new club crest designed by Jerry Carmody, available from Declan Falvey on 087 4167328.First come first served. The Crotta Club will have it's own web site shortly. Watch this space.

LOTTO RESULTS:
Parker's Bar was the venue for The Crotta hurling club lotto Draw on Monday night 7 th November. The Four numbers drawn out of the drum by the Independent observer Mike O'Connell, Rae, Kilflynn, were 2,15,23, & 25. There were no winners of the €1,900 Jackpot. The lucky dip winners each receive €35: Brian Mc Kenna, Killahan, Abbeydorney, Mark O'Callaghan, Tonaknock, Abbeydorney and Sandy Egan, Shannow, Abbeydorney.
The next draw takes place in Cronin's Bar on Monday night 14 th November with a €2,000. Tickets are available at €2 from Club tickets sellers or from Cronin's Bar, Parker's Bar and Kilflynn Post Office.

BIRTHDAY BOY
Congratulations to Tim Sheehan, Ballyconnell, Kilflynn who celebrated his 50th Birthday with his Family and Friends at a surprise party in Cronin's Bar, Kilflynn on Saturday 29 th October.

KERRY GAA GOLF
Our final outing of the year is to Waterville Golf Club on Saturday November 12th. The outing is open to members who have represented Kerry in football; hurling or handball and who have an official golf club handicap. First tee is reserved from 10.00 a.m. until 12.20 p.m. please ring Ollie Kearns on 066-7122228 to book your time on the timesheet. We are expecting a big entry please do not leave it until the last few days to make your booking. Be linn le hadaidh la spoirt chun bualadh le do shean chairde agus dul siar ar boithrin na smaointe.

AEROBIC/KEEP FIT CLASSES
The Aerobic/Keep Fit/ Total Tone Classes will Re- Commencing on Tuesday nights in Abbeydorney Hall and Thursday nights in St. Columbas Centre, Kilflynn from 7.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.

CHURCH NEWS
Those Required for Church duties in St. Mary's Church, Kilflynn are follows:
Readers for Saturday 12 th and Sunday 13 th November Vigil: Maureen Culhane, Morning: Catherine Caffrey. Eucharistic Ministers for Saturday 12 th and Sunday 13 th November, Vigil: Ann Sheehan, Morning: Teresa Power.
Altar Society for November: Ann O'Halloran and Eileen Hannon, Collectors for November: Tom Mc Elligott, Margaret Dillon and Jimmy Walsh.
Pat O'Donnell celebrated the Annual Special Mass for the deceased in our Area on Saturday evening in St. Mary's Church, and was attended by a large congregation.
Prayers for our deceased Relatives and Friends will be said on Wednesday at 7.30 p.m. in St. Mary's Church and in Abbeydorney on Friday at 7.30 p.m.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament: Mondays in St. Mary's from 4.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

CARDS
St. Senans Football Club are holding a 41 card drive every Monday night in their Clubhouse, Mountcoal and it begins at 9.00 p.m. Sharp. Prizes each night for Game winners and Runners up also ticket draw and table prizes. Winners/Runners up each night qualify for the final on Monday 8 th May.

1st Prize €500, 2 nd Prize €200.



1st November2005
DANCING CLASSES
The Dancing classes will resume again for this season on Monday 7th November 2005 @ 9pm sharp. In St.Columbas Centre, Kilflynn. Due to unforeseen circumstances we apologise for the late start this season but according to our dancing instructor we will be all in ship shape for Christmas. Looking forward to seeing you all again soon, Beginners and all welcome. For enquiries please contact Kate after 6pm on (066) 71 32482

MASS TIMES
Please note change of Mass time in St. Mary's church, Kilflynn from this Saturday night 5 th November. The vigil mass will be at 6.30 p.m. and Mass time on Sunday's will be still be 10.00 a.m.

REGISTER OF ELECTORS
Have you moved to Kilflynn recently or turned 18?. Check at your local post office for Register of Electors to see if you are listed. Your Vote Is Your Right.

COMMUNITY GAMES
The Abbeydorney/Kilflynn Community Games will hold their Annual General Meeting on Friday night 4 th November at 8.30 p.m. in the Sports Complex Abbeydorney. Your support would be greatly appreciated.

TABLE QUIZ
Local Quiz buffs were out in force at Parker's Pub, Kilflynn on Friday 28th October for a fundraising Table Quiz in aid of Kilflynn Santos Soccer Club. The Man in the hot seat with the questions was Santos Chairman Paddy Weir, who lined up a thorough provoking series of questions that had the grey cells of everyone working overtime.
After six rounds, twelve questions in each round (72questions) First prize on the night went to “Castletown Harriers” Laurence Costello, Tom Shanahan and Bernard Costello and the runners up prizes went to: Julie O'Flaherty, Mary Ellen Crowe, Julie O'Sullivan and Catriona Daly. Pictures
The organisers would like to all the people who supported the quiz, and to the people who generously donated spot prizes, a special word of thanks to quizmaster Paddy Weir and to Carina Lynn for checking the answer sheets and to Parker's Bar for hosting the event and sponsoring the thropies.

HISTORY OF THE DIOCESE
The history of the Diocese “Working in the fields of God” has been published recently and now available in The Sacristy in St. Mary's Church, Kilflynn or in St. Bernard's Church, Abbeydorney at only €20.

ACTIVE RETIRED
A Social evening for the Abbeydorney/Kilflynn Actively Retired will held on Wednesday 2 nd November in the Community Hall, Abbeydorney from 2.00 p.m. to 4.30. P.m. Everyone welcome.

TAEKWON-DO CLASSES
Pilsung School of Taekwon-Do Classes has Commence in St. Columbas Centre, Kilflynn and will continue every Saturday. Class times: 4p.m. - 5 p.m. for Junior's (6yrs to 11yrs) and 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. Seniors (11yrs and Over)
The Instructor for the classes will be Mr. Mike Murphy 4th Degree Black Belt and International Instructor/Examiner. Mike has over 17yrs of experience in Tae Kwon-Do.
For any enquiries please phone 087 6554691.

SOCCER
Kilflynn Santos Soccer Team had a 3-0 victory over neighbours St.Bernards United at Mounthawk Park , Tralee on Sunday afternoon 30 th October in a Denny Division 2 A tie. Santos goals coming from Centre back Aiden Scanlon and two from Colm Mc Elligott Santos team was Brendan Keane, J.P Mc Elligott, Seamus Enright, Aiden Scanlon, Andrew Keane, David Cronin, Colm Mc Elligott, Tom Burke, Patrick O'Connell, Gary Hogan and Robert Murphy. Subs used M. Mc Namara and Gary Curran.
Santos are at home this Sunday 6th November to Newtown Athletic at 11.30 a.m.

FOOD FAIR
Listowel Food Fair takes place from Thursday 10th to Monday 14 th November.

CARDS
St. Senans Football Club are holding a 41 card drive every Monday night in their Clubhouse, Mountcoal and it begins at 9.00 p.m. Sharp. Prizes each night for Game winners and Runners up also ticket draw and table prizes. Winners/Runners up each night qualify for the final on Monday 8 th May.
1st Prize €500, 2nd Prize €200.

ACHILL
A Bus to Our Lady Queen of Peace of Prayer, Achill on Saturday, 5 th November from Killarney via Tralee at 6.15 a.m. Return on Sunday, 6 th November at 1p.m. Contact: Donal or Kathleen on 068 22781. Early booking essential.

EPILEPSY
An Epilepsy Information and Awareness Evening will be held in the Imperial Hotel, Denny Street , Tralee on Tuesday at 8.00 p.m. The talk will include an overview of epilepsy/management regulations etc. followed by a question and answer session. All are welcome to attend. Admission Free. For Further information contact Brainwave The Irish Epilepsy Association at 066 7119507.

LADIES FOOTBALL
The Abbeydorney Ladies Football team will play Parnell's of London in the All Ireland Intermediate semi final on this Saturday November 5 th at 1.00 p.m. in Ballyduff. Best of Luck Ladies.

LOTTO RESULTS:
Cronin's Bar was the venue for The Crotta hurling club lotto Draw on Monday night 31 st October. The Four numbers drawn out of the drum by the Independent observer Christina Caffrey, Kilflynn, were 16,20,21, & 22. There were no winners of the €1,800 Jackpot. The lucky dip winners each receive €35: Jimmy Lawlor, Tullacrimmin, Abbeydorney, Frank O'Donovan, Abbeydorney Post Office, and Joan Shine, Cappa.
The next draw takes place in Parker's Bar on Monday night 7 th November with a €1,900. Tickets are available at €2 from Club tickets sellers or from Cronin's Bar, Parker's Bar and Kilflynn Post Office.

UNDER 21 HURLERS
The Crotta under 21 hurlers advanced to the Semi final of the County under 21 Championship with a 3-09 to 2-06 victory over Causeway in Ballyduff on Sunday morning. Causeway led 1-04 to 1- 1-03 at half time. Crotta team and Scorers: Paul Costello, Darren Twomey, Patrick Quill, Jonathan Caffrey, Diarmuid Mc Kenna, David Galvin, Jer Galvin, Mikey Barry, Cyril Lynch, Philip Twomey (0-01), Seamus Enright (0-02), Declan Mawe (1-01), Colm Mc Elligott 0-04, Francis Keane and Martin Keane (2-01). Subs Richard Nolan for D.Mawe and Luke Sheehan.

BIRTHDAY BOY
Congratulations to Tim Sheehan, Ballyconnell, Kilflynn who celebrated his 50 th Birthday with his Family and Friends at a surprise party in Cronin's Bar, Kilflynn on Saturday 29 th October.

DEVOTIONS
There will be Devotions in honour of St. Martin de Porres in Holy Dominican Church Church , Tralee from Thursday 3 rd – Sunday 6 th November . Please note the change for this year.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 11.30 a.m. & 7.30 p.m. Sunday 6 th November. Mass for Healing (Only)
3.00 P.M. Preacher: Fr Joe Ralph O.P. ( Cork ).

TEAGASC
Due to popular demand Teagasc will hold another REPS 20 hour Training Course for Farmers this November 7 th – 14 th in the Earl of Desmond Hotel, Tralee . This Course is suitable for both REPS 2 and 3 Participants. For further details and an application form Telephone: 066 7125077.

KERRY GAA GOLF
Our final outing of the year is to Waterville Golf Club on Saturday November 12th. The outing is open to members who have represented Kerry in football; hurling or handball and who have an official golf club handicap. First tee is reserved from 10.00 a.m. until 12.20 p.m. please ring Ollie Kearns on 066-7122228 to book your time on the timesheet. We are expecting a big entry please do not leave it until the last few days to make your booking. Be linn le hadaidh la spoirt chun bualadh le do shean chairde agus dul siar ar boithrin na smaointe.


Previous News Stories

Pictures from the Maurice Egan Darts Tournament here

New Pictures October 2005

Table Quiz
28th October
Results

650 Pool Tournament started

Congratulations
to Helen McKenna & Abbeydorney Ladies

Orna and Brendan Wedding

Coursing Draws

Darts tournament pictures