Lorrha U-15 lads in action v Moneygall – Dunkerrin in the North Final on Saturday last. Hard luck lads.
Tipperary Fire and Rescue.
An important reminder from Tipperary Fire & Rescue to check your smoke alarms are in working order. A simple task could save a life. Failure to have a smoke alarm or even a faulty one, can have devastating consequences. Check your more vulnerable friends and family members smoke alarms too. You never know, you could save a life.
Waste of Money.
Tipperary County Council recently released information pertaining to costs they incur in cleaning up illegal dumping in the Premier County alone.
Illegal dumping in Tipperary cost the County Council a whopping €27,451.42 in 2019 and even soared upwards to €52,823.69 in 2020. That represents a total cost over the two years of €80,275.11 and a near two-fold increase last year. What a shocking waste of money and all because of reckless people dumping their rubbish along our roads. Shame on them!!
Yoga Classes Resume Monday nights from 7-8:15pm In Borrisokane Community Centre. Beginners and continuing students welcome. Booking if new required on 067-27105. HSE guidelines will be followed
Sympathy is extended to Madealine Lewis Rathcabbin and family, on the death of her sister Ann who died in Africa where she resided, recently. May she rest in peace.
Commiserations to the U-15 lads and their mentors who went down to Moneygall-Dunkerrin 2.13 to 4.11 in the North Final on Saturday last. Hard luck lads.
Commiserations also to the Lorrha senior team who lost by eleven points to Newport/Ballinahinch in the relegation game held on Saturday last. Too many injuries this year has cost the team dearly. Hard luck lads.
Lorrha Camogie Notes.
The U 15 team played their second game in the league campaign, and they have improved a lot despite defeat to Ballina on Sunday last. We wish them well in their remaining games.
The U13’s will play St. Cronans in Roscrea and wish them well here too and with their remaining games.
Our junior girls were given a walk over by Ballingarry in the last of their group games. They now proceed to the quarter final but as yet don’t know who the opposition will be. However, they do have home advantage on Sunday 17th at 10.30am.
The Gardaí in Nenagh have repeated their call on the public to be vigilant in relation to the activities of cyber criminals. This comes after an incident in recent weeks where a male customer of a bank had €20,000 removed from his account after acting on a text message he received, duped into thinking it was genuine correspondence from a local bank. Gardai are reminding people never to click on a link and do not entertain a caller to your phone asking for details. Be aware and be warned.
A reminder from Lorrha Development that anyone who has any old, or indeed not so old, photos that can be considered for inclusion in the 2022 Lorrha parish calendar, please contact Louis at ( 086) 849 3595, Barbara at (087) 440 2496 firstname.lastname@example.org, Rose at (086) 864 7166 or email@example.com, Anne Marie at (087) 966 6249 or firstname.lastname@example.org or lorrhadorrha.ie. or any member of the committee.
‘Bootcamp’ is back in Rathcabbin Hall on Wednesday nights from 8 to 9pm. Please contact Ignite fitness on (087) 1171575 for details.
Line Dancing will be held every Thursday night at 8.30pm and for further details please contact Willie on (086) 8712550.
Mass Times: Monday Mornings at 9.30am in Lorrha Church (except Bank Holidays). Every Saturday evening at 6.30pm in Lorrha Church. Every Sunday morning at 11.30am in Rathcabbin Church. Borrisokane 7pm Saturday. Kilbarron: 8pm Saturday. Terryglass: 9.30am Sunday. Borrisokane 10.30am Sunday. Please wear face masks in the Church.
The Rosary will continue to be recited before both masses each weekend.
Anyone wishing to book anniversary masses please contact the church sacristans, Agnes Slevin in Lorrha, and Mary Cleary in Rathcabbin.
In addition to completing a recognised pre-marriage course, couples need to fulfil the requirements set by the civil register which for this area is in Tyone Health Centre, Nenagh 067 46 480 email@example.com. Obtain Baptism and Confirmation certs and Make an appointment with Priest and complete the pre-nuptial form.
There was No Winner of this weeks lotto jackpot of €8,000 The numbers drawn on 11 October were: 10-12-15-26. 3 Match 3’s share €100: James O’Meara, Mary T Delaney, Willie Ryan & Helen Bugler. Promoters: Margaret Gleeson, Margaret O’Brien, Willie Fogarty.
Next Monday’s jackpot is €8,100 with €100 Match 3 pot. Team 5 in charge of the draw. Thank you for your continued support.
Senior: Hard luck to the senior hurlers who lost to Newport in Saturday’s Seamus O Riain Cup relegation semi-final. The loss means now face into a relegation final against Burgess, which takes place on Sunday 31st October in Borrisokane at 1.30pm.
Under 15: Hard luck to the U15s who were unlucky to lose to Moneygall/Clonakenny in the North ‘B’ final on Saturday. Having played bravely, the lads were leading for much of the game only to be caught late on by a fine team. Thanks to James Dunne and his management team of Colm Fogarty, Michael Kennedy, Kevin Hough, and Eoin McIntyre for all their work with the team. Thanks to Conor O’Sullivan the Pitt Fitness who sponsored the lads with training tops.
Tipperary Clubs Draw: Thanks to all who have subscribed, to all our promoters and to chief co-ordinator Kathleen Gleeson. Here’s to hoping we have another few winners in the draw this year.