Weekday Mass on Friday at 7.30 pm. Mass of First Eucharist on Saturday at 12 noon during which the pupils of 2nd Class in St. Mary’s N.S. will receive their First Holy Communion. Vigil Mass for Trinity Sunday on Saturday at 8.00 pm. Servers are Group 1 with Tommy Connolly in charge. Eucharistic Adoration each Tuesday evening at 7.00 pm followed by Prayer Service with communion at 8.00 pm. A Pilgrimage to the Holy Land takes place from 14th to 21st Oct 2013 with Spiritual Director Fr. Dan Sheridan P.P., Killeshandra. Booking details from Anna Brady at 049-4336291.
The Irish Blood Transfusion Service will locate in Ballinamore Community Centre on Wednesday, 29th June from 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm and from 7.00 pm to 9.30 pm. All blood types needed. Please come along and bring a friend.
Film Hour in Ballinamore Library
On Tuesday 28th May at 7.30pm as part of its season of films, Ballinamore Library will show “The Life of Pi” This academy award winning film should be of interest to both young and old. Remember admission to the film is free and all are welcome. So go along sit back and relax while watching this lovely film on big screen.
‘Margaret’s Hooley – a night of entertainment in aid of Margaret of New Orleans Birthplace on Friday 24 May 2013 in the Corn Mill Theatre & Arts Centre, Carrigallen, Co Leitrim. This is a podium for young emerging talent, and experienced performers to take to the stage in Hooley style. Artists performing include: Seamus O’Rourke, Gus Ward, Karl McCartin School of Irish dancing, Finnegan Family school of Irish music and their students, Padraic Lynch school of music and his students, John McCartin, Kevin Patrick (Brennan) poetry, Drama by LYTC Carrigallen, Carrigallen Writers Group Margaret Maguire, Charlie Farrelly Club performers, Maria Mathews and Jack Williamson, Kate Reilly, Elizabeth Doonan, Angel of the Delta Choir, and much more. A night not to be missed! Admission €10. Doors open: 8:00pm. Show starts: 8:30pm Booking: (049) 4339612 or email@example.com
Community Centre A.G.M.
The Drumreilly community Centre A.G.M. will take place on Tuesday 28th of May at 9 p.m. All organisations that use facility please attend. All welcome to attend.
Drumreilly Community Playgroup
Drumreilly Community playgroup are now taking bookings for September 2013 free ECCE preschool places for children aged from 2 years and 10 months. Places are available to those children born between 2nd february 2009 and 30th June 2010. Please call into playschool, which is situated in Community centre and open from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm mon to fri, or call Debbie on 087 9565659 or Nicola on 0877611292. Part-time places are also available.Drumreilly community playgroup is an all inclusive HSE and pobal approved facility with both indoor and outdoor play areas.
Garadice Gaels prevail
Garadice Gaels bagged their third brace of U-16 League points with a five point victory over Kiltubrid at the latter’s grounds on a cold and wet evening on Tuesday of last week. For the players there was more to be endured than enjoyed. The heavy rain before and during the game led to difficult underfoot conditions, forcing honest endeavour to take precedence over skill. The game was never less than competitive, and the final outcome was in doubt up until the middle of the second half. Patrick Meehan opened Kiltubrid’s account with a first minute point, and the Gaels’ Peter Prior levelled the scores two minutes later. The visitors took the lead when the two youngest players on the team Stephen Meissner and Peter Prior combined well for the latter to plant the ball in the net. The hosts responded with a point each courtesy of Stephen McLoughlin and Owen Dolan in the 11th and 13th minutes respectively to narrow the deficit to the minimum.
Unfortunately for the home side, they failed to convert much of their fine teamwork into scores. In the 20th minute excellent Garadice defender cum attacker Donal McCabe left a posse of players in his wake as he soloed all of sixty yards before offloading to Stephen Meissner, who arrowed to the net. Kiltubrid’s response was almost a carbon copy of the Garadice player’s sally, when Owen Dolan rounded several markers before putting Patrick Meehan through for a goal. Before half time Stephen McLoughlin pointed a free to leave the sides level at half time. Garadice left it until the last quarter before two goals catapulted them to victory. When Pierce Dolan was fouled on the resumption he pointed his free, and Kiltubrid’s Conor Prior levelled the scores. Michael Prior, with Stephen Meissner as provider, bagged the Gaels’ third goal in the 17th minute, and Kiltubrid’s last hurrah was a point each from Paddy Kelly and Stephen McLoughlin. The winners’ last two scores fell to elusive forward Peter Prior, who pointed a free and climaxed a good display of marksmanship with a late goal, that left the score- line reading 4-3 to 1-7.
The Garadice Gaels lineout was Yann Le Guen, Donal McCabe, Jason Prior, Ronan McTague, Ronan Maxwell, Pierce Dolan (0-1), Fergal McTague, Michael Prior (1-0), Niall Stringer, Stephen Meissner (1-0) and Peter Prior (2-2). Sub used: Darragh Maxwell. PS: Garadice Gaels were due to play Glenfarne-Kilty on last Friday in Aughawillan, but G.K. conceded the points
The death has taken place at Sligo General Hospital of Whiterock-born Mrs Nellie McGowan (nee O’Beirne), Tawlaughtmore, Mohill. Her funeral took place on Saturday last following Mass of the Resurrection in St. Patrick’s Church, Mohill to the local cemetery. Sympathy is extended to her husband John, daughters Miriam and Finola, sons Seán Michael and Mel, her sister Mrs. Mae Cosgrave, brothers Willie and Pat and other relatives.
The death has also taken place of Mrs. Molly McGovern Barden, wife of the late Terry Barden, Curraghtowey. Her remains were laid to rest in Drumlea cemetery following concelebrated Mass in St. Mary’s Church, Drumlea by Fr. Denis Murray P.P. Carrigallen/Drumreilly, Fr. Charles Heerey P.P. Oughteragh, and Fr. Tom McManus P.P. Corlough. Sympathy is tendered to her brothers Patsy and Gregory, nieces, nephews, cousins, in-laws and a large circle of friends. Faoi chúmhdach na naingeal go raibh a nanamacha.
Winners at Bingo
The following were among the winners at last Friday night’s Bingo session in Drumreilly Community Centre: Aidan Dolan, Drumbrick, Tommy Reynolds, Aughadruminchin, Kathleen Canning, Bohey, Kathleen Prior, Ballinamore, Thomas Tierney, Carrigallen, Nan Connolly, Ardunsaghan, Patricia Corby, Ballinamore, Mickey Flanagan, Drumarigna, Eileen Wrynn, Tarmon, Sinéad McGovern, Ardra, Berni Smith, Drumury, Lizzie McKiernan, Killasity, Elaine Galligan, Betty Taylor, Clonboyher, Jimmy Bohan, Gortnagullion, Mary Conway, Drumnamore, Tony Galligan, Killeshandra, Mary Curran, Aughavas, Benny Connolly, Drumlea, Michael McGovern, Crossdrummon, Lily Sorahan, Gortletteragh, Debbie Keaney, Aughacashel and Gráinne Sorahan. Bingo will continue on next Friday night at 9.00 p.m.
Drumreilly v Bornacoola
Drumreilly strengthened their Division 1 position with a creditable performance against Bornacoola at Páirc Droim Oir Bhealaigh on last Saturday evening. Mark Mc Closkey gave the visitors a 3rd minute lead, taken away a minute later by the in-form James Holahan, and the winners were never subsequently in arrears. Their first half scores came from the boots of James Holahan (2-2), Damon Maguire (1-1), and a point each, courtesy of Nigel Maguire and Brian Fee. Mark McCloskey (2pts.), Damian Moran (2pts), and Kevin Shanley (pt.) had kept the Bors in contention.
However, as half-time approached they were felled by two goals in as many minutes. In the 28th minute Declan Maxwell at the corner of the square on the end-line rose high to knock down a floated free into the path of James Holahan, who made contact to send to the net. A minute later in the same position Maxwell replicated his earlier feat to facilitate a Damon Maguire goal. Youthful Conor Gaffney, a threat throughout, picked off a Drumreilly point on the resumption, and in the 8th minute alert Damon Maguire was ideally placed to rifle to the net. Brian Conroy and Damon Maguire traded scores and Nigel Maguire’ point punished a foul on Declan Maxwell. James Holahan and Brian Conroy exchanged points, and Bornacoola’s last score of the evening was a goal. A point each form free taker Nigel Maguire and Conor Gaffney ended the evening’s action, leaving the scores reading 4-11 to 1-8.
Recalling May 1992
Drumreilly beat Aughavas by 3-12 to 2-5 in Div.1. Other G.A.A. results were as follows: Drumreilly U-16s v Fenagh, Cloone and Kiltubrid (victories), Drumreilly Minors v Carrigallen (defeat), Drumlea U-21s v Castlefore Gaels (defeat), Drumlea N.S. v Aughavas (3-7 to 1-7 defeat). Denis Clarke, Kildallon and Pauline Rourke, Derrygoan announced their engagement. Geraldine Mulligan, Marian Mulligan, Karl McCartin, Rachel Kennedy, and Mary McKeon were among the medal winners at the C.R.N. Feis in Boyle. The deaths took place of Mr. Johnny McCartin, Ardunsaghan, Mullaghboy-born Mrs Margaret Connolly, nee McKiernan, Canada, and former Mullaghmore resident Mrs. Mary Jane McCormack, Arva. R.I.P.
A well-balanced and skilful Fenagh N.S. team, which had looked the more likely winners for most of the game, had to pull out all the stops to survive a late surge by defiant Drumlea, which yielded a three goals salvo at Carrickmakeegan on last Thursday evening. The Drumlea team and scorers were Megan Lavin, Michelle McCabe, Ella Quinn, Emer McCabe, Oníosa Mimna, Sinéad Edwards (2-0) and Shauna Lavin (3-1). The Fenagh total was compiled by Evelyn Reynolds (0-1), Emma Gill (1-3) and Sarah Rowley (2-2) and Niamh Dwyer (1-1).
Lotto Draw Results
The following are the results of the Lotto Draw held in Gorby’s on May 8th: The numbers drawn were 4, 5, 25 and 27. The winners of €20 each were Mark Hughes, Drumcoura, Gerry Brady, Bawnboy, Dylan McGovern, Ballyconnell, Frank McCabe, Kiltyhugh, Fiona Sikorski, c/o The Ballymac, Betty Rosdale, Kinawley and Mae Canning, Cloone. The next draw with a Jackpot of €11,200 will be held in Jackie’s, Ballinamore on this Wednesday, May 22nd.
McCartin S.D. Table Quiz
A fundraising Table Quiz will be held on this Friday May 24th in Prior’s Bar, Ballinamore. The proceeds will be in aid of the McCartin S.D.’s trip to the U.K. Championships. Tables of four will be €40.
Keep her Fit
Keep her Fit is getting close, Thursday morning the 23rd of May at 8am. Michelle Fanning of Assorted Fitness will be having a Breakfast with Hector aerobic gathering in Ballinamore hall as part of Ireland’s biggest simultaneous aerobics class. All are welcome to take part for further information Michelle was on Breakfast with Hector last Tuesday talking about it. Also our new 6 week programme of fitness classes is starting this week and we welcome all new participants for any further information or a class timetable contact Michelle on 087 9390980.