3 BUCKS LIFT LIVE IN PARKER’S PUB
With the lifting of restrictions in Ireland on Saturday 22nd January we are absolutely thrilled to announce that the rescheduled , 3 Bucks Left whirlwind live show in Parker’s Pub & Beer Garden, Kilflynn will take place on Saturday 5th March 2022. Doors open at 7.30p.m Show Starts at 8.00p.m
Tickets for the rescheduled show are still valid, whilst there is still a limited number of tickets available at €15 per ticket from Parker’s Pub, quick before they‘re gone.
NORTH KERRY U-21 HURLING FINAL
The long awaited 2021 North Kerry Championship U-21 Final [Paddy Kelly Cup] between Crotta O’Neills and Tralee Parnells takes place on Saturday 22nd January at 2.30pm in the sportsfield,Dromakee, Kilflynn.
After victories over Abbeydorney and Ardfert will go into the final full of confidence, and the Tralee Parnells side with wins over Ballyduff and Ballyheigue will be equally confident of victory. We wish the best of luck to the Crotta players and their management. Be sure to come out and support the lads in what should be a cracking game.
Kerry Senior hurlers were defeated by the All-Ireland champions, Limerick in the Co-Op Superstores Munster Hurling Cup Semi Final on Sunday 16th January in the TUS Gaelic Grounds by Limerick: 4 – 29 to Kerry: 0 – 11. The Crotta club was represented by Sean Weir (CornerBack) Shane Nolan (Captain) (Mid Field) (0-01) and James Sheehan came on as a sub.
We wish Kilmoyley and their backroom team the best of the luck in the AIB All-Ireland Intermediate Club Hurling Championship / Craobh Idirmheánach Iomána Clubanna na hÉireann AIB Semi-Final
Kilmoyley (Kerry) v Banagher (Derry) at Connacht G.A.A. Centre of Excellence, Bekan, Co. Mayo, at 2.00pm on Sunday, 23 January
Tralee CBS 4-13 Clonakilty CC 1-8
A dominant second half display by Tralee CBS saw them book their place in the last four of the TUS Corn Uí Mhuirí U19 A championship dispatching Clonakilty Community College in clinical fashion at Lewis Road on Saturday afternoon 15th January. The defending champions who led from gun to tape fired in three second half goals to put the contest beyond doubt having to endure a sticky patch in the opening half in which the west Cork outfit hit five points without a reply to cut an early seven-point lead back to just two by the 26th minute. The Tralee side galloped into an early run away lead helped by an 11th minute Donnacha Sayers goal.
The Crotta Club was represented on the Tralee CBS Team by Donnacha Sayers
(Full forward) (1-00) and Sean McGrath (0-01) and Gavin Parker both came on as subs. Tralee CBS move forward to face Skibbereen C.S in the semi-final.
The Sem, Killarney play Bandon Hamilton High School in the other Semi Final
Great win by Causeway CS on Saturday 15th January in Ballinora, Co Cork in the quarter final of the Munster Senior hurling Colleges competition. After a slow start our lads really turned on the style in the final quarter.
Causeway were 11 points down at the first water break, however 1-4 in the second quarter reduced the gap to 6 pts at half time. To leave the score Causeway 1-4 Bishopstown 1-10. The third quarter was a tight affair and both teams traded some excellent scores. The score at the final water break was Causeway 1-9 Bishopstown 1-15.
The final quarter was to be a game changer. Causeway outscored their opponents 3-7 to 3 points to run out winners by 7 points and book their place in the Munster semi-final in a few weeks’ time.
Massive congratulations to all the players who never gave up and showed great composure throughout and pulled off a great win coming back from 11 points down to win by 7 points. The Crotta Hurling Club was represented by Rory Mahony (0-02) at Center Forward
Causeway CS 4-16 Bishopstown 1-18
ST. MARY’S CHURCH, KILFLYNN
Mass Intention for the week in St. Mary’s Church
Wednesday 19th January at 10.00 a.m. Friday 21st January at 10.00a.m
Saturday 22nd January at 6.00 p.m. Maurice O’Carroll, Parknageragh, Abbeydorney
Parish Office can be contacted by phone 066 4018996 Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. or by email: email@example.com
Masses from St. Bernard’s Church, Abbeydorney are streamed live on www.dioceseofkerry.ie, on Sunday at 10 a.m. Go to Abbeydorney Parish and click on watch live Mass.
Kilflynn Eucharistic Adoration resumes Monday 10th January 7.00 p.m.-8.00 p.m.
ACTIVE RETIRED GROUP
The Abbeydorney & Kilflynn Active Retired Group will resume their lunch next Wednesday 26th January 2022 from 10.30am – 1.30pm in the Community Hall Abbeydorney. A meal will be served. Please contact the Abbeydorney Community Hall and leave a message if you have any enquires 066 7135831
There was no rest for the ladies as they played Clooney Quinn Co. Clare, in the Munster Junior Club Semi Final 2021 on Saturday 15th January at the John Mitchels GAA Grounds and after magnificent display Clanmaurice bounce back to reach another final on the final score line of
Clanmaurice 4-12 Clooney Quin (Clare) 1-8
Clanmaurice does not believe in following scripts. The narrative was that six days after the pain of losing the 2020 All-Ireland Junior Club Final to Raharney by three points, they would not be able to raise their game against a young and fresh Clooney Quin side. Well, nobody told the Clanmaurice girls that and from the outset they dominated this contest and there was never a moment when anything other than a Clanmaurice victory was going to be the outcome at the John Mitchels GAA Grounds on Saturday last.
While their semi-final win over Athleague with only fourteen players in December made national headlines, their incredible spirit and will to win against the odds, goes slightly under the radar locally, the question has to be asked, is there any men’s team in the county that could contest three All-Ireland Finals in a row (five if you count replays) and after beating Clooney Quin on Saturday, they will now try for five in row Munster Junior titles on Sunday next in Mallow against An Rinn from Waterford with 18 players at most! Congrats to the Clanmaurice team and their backroom team, especially the Crotta players Player of the Game: Aoife Behan (Wing Back) and Jackie Hogan Full forward (1-7, 3fs) We wish the players and the management the best of luck. Please come out and show your support for this great bunch of ladies
MyLife GAA Every Step Counts Challenge
The Challenge starts Wednesday, 19th January to midnight on 23rd February
Any club that tracks 4,000km over the 5 weeks will be entered into a O’Neill’s prize draw. There is a €2,500, €1,500 and €,1000 voucher per province to be won.
You can run, walk, or jog.
To take part simply.
1. Download the MyLife app from the App store or Google Play store (This is the same App used for the previous challenge).
2. Register your details.
3. Tap on the social tab on the MyLife app.
4. Select challenges.
5. Select Munster GAA.
6. Click Join & select Crotta
7. Final Step Go to the TRACK tab, Choose tracking devices/Apps and select which tracker you would like to use.
Best of luck & happy walking
There will be Music with Tom O’Brien in Parker’s Pub on Saturday 22nd January at 5.30p.m
CROTTA LOTTO RESULTS
Due to the current restrictions the Crotta hurling club weekly lotto draw was held on Tuesday 18th January at Herbert’s Bar, Kilflynn at 7.00p.m
The Four numbers drawn out of the drum by the independent observer: Graham Harris, Clounsillagh, Lixnaw were 1, 5,6 and 21.
There was no winner of the 7,000 Jackpot. Congratulations to the following who won €35 in the lucky dip draw:
Ian Maunsell , Cahernade Abbeydorney, Noreen Twomey, Gorthcloghy, Kilflynn and Lisa Clifford, Riverside, Abbeydorney.
The Next draw will take place in Parker’s Pub, Kilflynn on Tuesday 25th January at 7.00p.m in compliance with Covid-19 restrictions for a €7,100 Jackpot. Tickets available 3 for €5 online visit www.crottagaa.club or this link https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=427#Anchor or Herbert’s Bar/Village Store, Parker’s Pub, Zam Zam Kabab, Foley Shop Lixnaw, Abbeydorney Post Office, or from any club officer. Many thanks to all who contribute to our weekly Club Lotto. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.
CARE AND REPAIR
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ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
The local confidential number is 087 7086253.
COVID-19 SUPPORT LINE FOR OLDER PEOPLE
ALONE manages a national support line and additional support for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to COVID-19. The support line is open seven days a week, 8am – 8pm, by calling 0818 222 024