Lorrha under 13 team that reached the County Semi-Final.
Mass of Remembrance.
On Wednesday 6th Nov. at 7.30, there will be a Mass of Remembrance for all who have died in our community. The names of those who have died in the past year will be read aloud and a family member or friend will be invited to bring a lighted candle to the sanctuary. You can remember to pray for members of your family by lighting a candle and offering a prayer for your loved ones who have gone to God.
Visit To Cemeteries.
Prayers for the Faithful Departed weill be said in Bonoham Cemetery on Sunday 10th November after 11.30am Mass and in Lorrha on Sunday 17th after 10am Mass. Please note Christmas Stations commence on Tuesday 12th November.
The beautiful wedding of Fiona Maher, daughter of Eamon and Nuala, Rathcabbin, and Raymond O’Brien son of Kieran and Una, Carrig, took place on Saturday 19th October in Our Lady of the Most Holy Redeemer Church Redwood. The bride was attended by her sisters Ciara and Maria and by her friends Claire Hough and Sinead Ryan while the grooms men were Steven O’Brien, brother, Niall Rigney, cousin, and the brides two brothers Eamon and Kevin Maher. Two little friends of the couple Padraig Egan and Caitlin Mooney carried the duty of page boy and flower girl respectively and did a fine job too. Fr. Pat Mulcahy P.P was the celebrant while the ceremony was enhanced with the lovely Church music provided by Richard Needun and Niamh Lyons.
Afterwards the newly weds joined with family and friends for their reception which was held in Doolys Hotel, Birr. Many congratulations and good wishes are extended to Fiona and Raymond for a long and happy married life together in their new home in Ballingarry.
Christmas Market & Auction.
Anyone with items of fuel, fodder, etc.to donate to the Annual Lorrha Christmas Market and Auction on Sunday December 8th please contact Louis ( 086) 8493595 or any member. Anyone interested in taking a stall, please contact Mary (090) 9747196 or you can contact us via Facebook or at firstname.lastname@example.org . We continue with unwanted clothes collections over the winter months. There will be a collection point available at the Christmas Market if you wish to bring unwanted items along or we will collect. Just call or text (086) 8493595/ (086) 8647166/ (087) 2601413 with your name and details. We will accept any kind of bag or in bags provided by the committee. We appreciate your support and the money raised goes back into the ongoing work around Lorrha village.
Playing For Tipp.
Best of luck to Avie Darcy and George Harding who have been selected to play for Tipperary in the up coming Munster inter-county badminton competition this coming Sunday Nov 10th in UL Limerick.
We extend the best of luck to the boys and girls from Lorrha and Redwood N.S. who are through to the under 13 schools football County final. The final is fixed for 1.05pm on Tuesday 12th November in The Ragg where Lorrha will meet either Kilcash or Rossmore. Good luck to the team and mentors.
Lorrha Variety Group.
Rehearsals are well under way in Lorrha for the Variety Group’s latest production which will take place at the end of the month. Canaries, written by Bernard Farrell, is a very Irish play about a very Irish group on holidays and audience members will recognise a few characters they have come across on their own holiday experiences. It is arguably Farrell’s funniest play and is centered around three couples who go to the Canaries on a package holiday in a bid to escape their everyday surroundings. Everyone arrives with an appetite for the sun, sea and sand but things soon start to go wrong, with hilarious consequences, as the weather isn’t what is expected and the holiday-makers end up having a holiday that they will never forget, but not necessarily for the right reasons! Keep a date free in your diary at the end of the month, the play will open in Lorrha Hall on Friday 29th November and will run for three nights only.
Fun Fridays return at Redwood NS!
Calling all babies, toddlers, Mums, Dads, Grannies etc for some extra special FUN!! Storyteller, Kindermusik, Arts & Crafts& much more fun and play every Friday from 11:00 to 12:00 commencing Friday, 15th November for 5 weeks.Everybody welcome!! €3.00 per family Phone Michelle on 090 9747186 or 086 8834083 Email: email@example.com
North Tipperary Leader Partnership
Career Advice for Jobseekers – Lorrha Community Hall. Drop in Service available on Tuesday December 3rd from 10 am to 1pm. Covering CV preparation, job seeking skills, education/training options, interview skills, self-employment options. For further information you can contact Caroline at 087-7378724, firstname.lastname@example.org
The U12 Girls put up a fantastic fight on Saturdsy in the County Semi Final in the Ragg Camogie Grounds against a strong Brian Boro side. It was a horrible day for camogie and conditions were poor but the girls gave everything and never gave up which is a great sign of a team! The girls were very unlucky for a few goals but every girl gave everything and they will be back no Doubt as they are a great group of talented and well behaved girls which is a credit to themselves and their parents. Lorrha 1-00 Brian Boro 3-04.It has being a great year for underage Camogie in the parish with this being their second contested Semi Final this year and girls breaking through with Tipperary underage Camogie so the future is bright! The girls really enjoyed their year playing and having fun together and their Camogie skills have came on so much and getting their new hoodies also! Thanks to all the coaches, parents and committee members who helped out out all year. Don’t stop playing over the winter keep pucking the ball and always practicing for next year!
Our Annual General Meeting is taking place in the Clubhouse on this Sunday the 10th of Nov at 3pm, we invite all parents, mentors, Committee members and all players to attend and anyone interested in getting involved with the Club.
A presentation night will be held this Friday night in The Abbey Court Hotel in Nenagh at 8pm for all Tipperary Camogie Under 13, 14 and 15 development squads and their families. Best of Luck to our Lorrha Girls receiving their medals.
Lorrha GAA Camp:
We had a very successful 3 days of Hurling Camp last week, the girls and boys really enjoyed themselves and improved on their skills and had lots of fun which is the main thing! Thanks too all the Coaches and to all who helped out.
Lorrha Camogie Club Facebook Page:
Keep up to Date on all Juvenile and Adult Fixtures, Results, Photo’s old and new and whats happening in Lorrha Camogie Club.
Smile Awhile & Laugh A Little Every Day.
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