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Youghal News
Vol. 5 Issue 14 May 29th 2008
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Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


Imagine a fairground that runs off your energy. A high octane car-
nival that’s a cross between a night at the circus and the thrill of the
Once through the gateway the audience, transported to a world of
fairground folk with fantastic tales, are free to roam, following the
performers from location to location and enjoying the array of cus-
tom fairground rides all made from recycled materials. In the true
spirit of climate change all the energy to operate the rides comes
form the patrons of the funfair....even the lighting.
A globascope, a ferris wheel, a merry-go-round, or a visit to the
fairground fortune teller, are all activities on offer, the funfair,
the carnival, theatre and circus all rolled into one fantastic specta-
cle that is Sensazione!
Laika is an international theatre company based in Antwerp that
creates a ’theatre of the senses’. Time Circus, also from Antwerp,
specialise in building innovative theatre machines.
The Sensazione tour of Ireland is a co-production between Cork
Midsummer Festival, Junction Festival and Earagail Arts Festival. Pat Ryan Youghal KIA presenting a sponsorship cheque to Marian Mariga for the
Awarded 1st prize Tarrega International Theatre Festival 2007 Annual Munitir Na Tire Cycle. Also included are Cyclists who completed the 80
Venue St. Catherine’s Street Car Park, Youghal. Mile Trip and Munitir Na Tire Collectors.
Dates Thurs 19th - Sun 22nd June @ 6.30pm, 7.45pm and 9.00pm
Tickets 16/14
Note 12 years old and up

East Cork Area Development

Community Support Scheme
Details of a Community Support Scheme, amounting to a national
allocation of 5 million, were announced recently by Ministers
Eamon Ryan and Eamon O’Cuiv. The scheme has been established
following a recommendation by the Report Of The Independent
Salmon Group. Mayor of Youghal David Savage greets the cyclists at The Town Hall
This scheme is not ordinarily directed at commercial salmon fish-
ing licence holders who have had the opportunity to avail of pay- Brookes Super Valu Cheque
ments from the 25 million Salmon Hardship Scheme. It is aimed Presentation to The Friends of
Youghal Community Hospital
at the development of additional economic opportunities for crews
and employees in the processing and ancillary sectors in commu-
nities where commercial salmon fishing has been a well-estab-
lished activity, and where its withdrawal impacts on the economic
and social fabric of the community.
East Cork Area Development Ltd. will administer the Scheme for
the South and East Cork area. The area covered by ECAD spans
two fishery districts ie. parts of Cork and Lismore. The amount
available for ECAD’s area as part of the Community Support
Scheme is 170,000. Additional resources in the form of match-
ing funding will be required to deliver certain projects.
The funding may be used to support the following type of projects:
• Re-training of the people previously involved in drift / draft net
salmon fishing
• Re-training of people previously involved in ancillary activities
associated with the commercial wild salmon fishery
• Diversification into non salmon fishing economic activity
• Diversification from ancillary activities previously dependant on
the wild salmon fishery
• Education and employment preparation
• Projects to promote the quality of the coastal environment
• Any other appropriate community projects
Information workshops on the Community Support Scheme will Ken Brookes of Brookes Super Valu presenting a cheque to the value of 872.34
be held in three locations. These workshops will also be used to to Brid Doyle of the Friends of Youghal Community Hospital. The cheque was the
proceeds from the sale of Real Food Real People Promotion in the Store.
identify potential projects that could be supported through the

National Rural Development Programme up to 2013.
Date Venue Time
Mon 9th June ECAD Office, Knockgriffin, Midleton 7.30pm
Tues 10th June Walter Raleigh Hotel, Youghal 7.30pm
Wed 11th June Community Centre, Carrigaline 7.30pm
Please contact Frances Burke on 021 4613432 to indicate your Next Issue June 12th
interest in attending one of the workshops or you may wish to pass
the information on to another person who might be eligible for www.youghalnews.ie
support through the Scheme.
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

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Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

Youghal Golf Club

Wed 14th May - 18 Holes Singles Stableford, Sponsored by:
Sally O’ Sullivan Cat A: 1st Denise Fitzgerald (13) 37pts, 2nd
Ann Cronin (17) 37pts, BG Marian Sweeney (6) 26pts, 3rd
Martina O’Halloran (20) 37pts Cat B: 1st Rosemary Mathews (25)
40pts, 2nd Frances Barry (25) 39pts, 3rd Siobhan Hooley (26)
38pts, 4th Noreen Cronin (26) 38pts Cat C: 1st Paula Brennan (33)
40pts, 2nd Patricia Landers (36) 40pts, 3rd Rose Buckley (33)
37pts, 4th Fionnuala Coleman (33) 32pts
Fixtures: Wed 28th May: Club Singles - Sponsored by:
Danelle/Merricks, Wed 4th June: Captain’s Prize to the Ladies
(Mr. Patsy O’ Regan) MINOR CUP. Youghal Ladies travelled to
Kinsale Golf Club on Saturday 17th May to play Mitchelstown
Golf Club and had a great win. The team was: Patricia Kearney, Lady Golf Prize-winners with Sponsor Sally O’Sullivan, Lady Vice Captain Breeda
Mary Pomphrett, Siobhan Hooley, Frances Barry, Sheelagh O’ Curtin and Lady Captain Sheila Coyne
Callaghan. The next round to be played in Macroom Golf Club on
Sunday 8th June.Challenge Cup. Youghal Ladies travelled to East ALZHEIMERS TEA DAY
Cork Golf Club on Sunday 18th May to play Bandon Golf Club
and well done to them for a great win. The team was: Breeda O’ Thank you to everyone that supported the Alzheimers Tea
Donoghue, Amanda O’ Neill Coyne, Joe Swayne, Paula Brennan, Day in the Thai Cottage Restaurant on Thursday 1st May.
Una Cotter. The next round to be played in Kenmare Golf Club on Thanks also to everyone that made cakes and helped in any
Sunday 8th June against Tralee Golf Club. Miele Fourball. way. A special word of thanks to Louise Curley and the staff
Youghal played Waterford Golf Club and also had a good win. of Thai Cottage Restaurant for their support. A total of
Team: Mary Kennedy - Kay Curtin, Maeve Troupe Kelly - Mary 1,180 was raised for Alzheimers.
Pomphrett, Marian Sweeney-Catherine Hayes, Julie & Edel Thank You - Margaret Carey
Coyne. We congratulate all our teams and wish them all the best
in the next round matches.
Wed 21st May - Ladies Open Threeball, Sponsored By: Liam C L A S S I F I E D S
Burns PGA Professional 1st - Maura Dempsey (25) Youghal,

Clare Guerin (30) East Cork, Trish Landers (36) Youghal:
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Sun 1st June - Captain’s Prize - Mr Patrick O’Regan Mon 2nd
June - Open Threeball: Ladies /Gents/ Mixed - Sponsored by
JD s Pub
2 South Main St. Youghal
Gleeson’s Tipperary Water, Fri 6th June at 5pm - Open Mixed
Foursomes - Sponsored by Rachel & John O’Reilly Limerick, Fri
6th - Sat 7th - Sun 8thJune - Open Fourball - Sponsored by
Youghal Tiles
Staff Vancancies
The Annual Outing of Youghal Senior Citizens takes place on
Saturday 14th June to Waterford and Tramore - Cost 25.00. Bus Bar Staff
will leave Dempsey s at 10.15am. Please give your name to any
member of the committee before Monday 9th June if you wish to
Tel: 024 92842
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

The Old Thatch Killeagh


Our new chef Mr. Prakash Sivakumar has introduced

an exciting and Varied new menu. Enjoy lunch from
our daily specials board from 12.30 to 4pm.
Evening meals from our a la carte menu until 8.30pm

Bar-B-Que s
We will have Bar-B-Que s in our riverside beer gar-
den on Sundays during the Summer months (weather
permitting). Try Kash s delicious Bar-B-Que Sauce on
ribs, wings and large homemade burgers etc.

So come on in and enjoy some delicious food

with old style hospitality!
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

Government and Local Pobalscoil Na Trionoide

Authorities Must do More Transition Awards Night
for Youghal Beaches
Sinn Fein Councillor, Martin Hallinan has called on the govern-
ment and the local authorities to be more proactive in promoting
Youghal beaches as safe, environmentally friendly, and attractive
for visitors.
Reacting to the recent EP A "Quality of Bathing Report"
Councillor Hallinan said that "if Youghal is to regain its deserved
blue flag status then both the government and the local authorities
are going to have to be a lot more proactive in promoting the
Youghal and adjoining beaches as safe, environmentally friendly
and attractive to visitors."
"Last year 1 put a motion before Cork County Council calling for
urgent action on upgrading the sewage system. I pointed out that
we had long past the deadline of 2006 for works to be done to meet
Teachers Tommy and Ann O’Brien, Principal Seamus O’Ceallachain and Marina
EU requirements. The existing system was and is totally inade- Cusack with TY Grads
quate to cope with the expanding population of Youghal with dire
consequences for the residents of Gallagher’s Terrace and with
potential consequences for our beaches. Yet the government were
slow in allocating the funds and there appeared to be a certain lack
of urgency on behalf of Cork County Council."
"Unfortunately the chickens have now come home to roost. The
Minister and the County Manager should now approach this crisis
with considerably more urgency and fast-track the whole process
of providing a new sewage system."I have been campaigning for
many years for adequate and accessible toilet facilities by the
beach. I note that one week after the EPA report, Youghal Town
Council failed to open the toilets at Claycastle on the May Bank
TY students Dave Byrne, Jordon Healy, Paul Keniry, Colm Faherty, Steven
Holiday. One of the requirements for Blue Flag status is Prendergast and Damien McCarthy
"Adequate and clean sanitary facilities with controlled sewage dis-
posal. The government and the local authorities must take their
head out of the sand. Providing basic facilities must be seen not as
a burden but as an integral part of making the best of what nature
has given us. Youghal people are naturally proud of the fine coast-
line we have. The authorities must play their part in ensuring that
it is kept in pristine condition and attractive to both visitors and
towns people alike."

Youghal Choral Society

Tommy and Ann O’Brien with daughter
Natasha Edel O’Connell and Elaine Long

Cheque Presentation

Transition year students at the Awards Night

Olly Casey, Treasurer and members of The Youghal Choral Society present a
cheque of 1001.00 to Betty Hennessy and Mary Morrisson representing The
National Council For The Blind, Youghal Branch at The Methodist Hall, Friar St.
proceeds from the successful concert held at the Mall Arts Centre last April

Youghal Choral Society would like to say a big thank you to all
who helped make their concert on the 13th April at the Mall Arts
Centre such a resounding success.To the Carrigaline Singers,
Midleton Male Voice Choir, Children s Choir, Frank Ryan (Tenor),
Geraldine Harty, Una Whyte, Pat Lynch (Story Teller), Members
of Cobh/McCarthy Pipe Band.To Tracy Symmons for the music,
to Jean Healy who tended the door, to Chris Bailey who did a won-
derful job as M.C.The proceeds of the concert went to the National
Council of the Blind (local branch). Thank you all very much. TY Co-ordinator Pat McLoughlin with TY students who graduated at the awards
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


David Stanton, Fine Gael TD for Cork East last week raised the

At The Holy Family Hall

issue of Youghal Landfill with the Minister for Environment,
Heritage and Local Government in Dail Eireann last week.
Deputy Stanton has asked the Minister take action to address the
concerns of local residents who have been suffering through ongo- On Monday 9th June
from 10.30a.m. to 12.30p.m.
ing problems with the landfill.
"I have approached Cork County Council and the Environmental
Protection Agency and the Department of Environment, Heritage
and Local Government on a number of occasions but no concrete

action has been taken. Local people living near the landfill are
suffering terribly as a result of the noxious smells in the locality.

Deputy Stanton was advised by the Minister that over the last 12
months, Cork County Council have taken a number of measure to
address the issue of odours from the site. These include the
introduction of an odour neutralising system and the provision of Curraghboy, Youghal, Co. Cork.
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Stanton. "The situation needs to be resolved urgently as the Opening Hours:
warmer weather will worsen any existing problem. Last summer
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not be able to sit outside in their own gardens due to the foul con-
ditions. This situation is having a very negative impact on their
health and quality of life. Action must be taken immediately to
remedy the problem.

Youghal Pigeon Club

On Saturday 17th May, our race was from Monaghan. This was
our first Federation race where we competed against all Munster
pigeon fanciers.
The birds were released at 8.00 am and it turned out to be a very
straight race with heavy losses by some fanciers and others getting
good returns.
No one can pin point the reason for this as weather conditions
were ok. Even our senior fanciers are at aloss to explain why we
had such a difficult race and even came up with a few unbeliev-
able excuses, not printable, as to what happened.
The full result is as follows: 1st Paddy Hehir, 2nd Billy Hehir, 3rd
Pat Parker, 4th Billy Hehir, 5th Pat Parker.
The club would like to thank all its 2008 sponsors


The Youghal Lifeboat was launched at 13.40 Hrs on Sunday 18th
May to the aid of a local pleasure craft which had broken down
and was drifting towards the rocks at Capel Island. There was four
people on board. Youghal Lifeboat under the command of John
Innes and crew members David Slattery and Denise Goggin
arrived on scene at 13.55 Hrs and quickly established the tow.
They then proceeded to tow the vessel safely back to Youghal
The Lifeboat was refueled, rehoused and ready for service again at
14.30 Hrs.
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

Youghal Golf Presentations Youghal Visual Arts

Festival Official Launch
At The Mall Arts Centre Photo Michael Hussey

Prizewinners Timmy Mason and Raymond Shiels receive their prizes from Gertie
Nicholas Loughnan, Catryn Power and Helen Keane
Murphy, AIB Sponsors, with President John Walsh and Captain Patsy O’ Regan

Prizewinners Eddie Harty, Des O’Halloran and PJ Bunyan receive their prizes from Youghal Visual Arts Festival artists and friends with Mayor David Savage
Joe Hallahan Fleet Deliveries Sponsors with President John Walsh and Captain
Patsy O’ Regan

School’s Out For Summer! Photo Michael Hussey

Cllr. Barbara Murray MCC, Mayor David Savage and Amanda Hogan,
Chairwoman Youghal Visual Arts

School Principal Carmel Carey enjoying her Hen Night with her students on
Saturday night in Youghal. Carmel is to marry John Paul O’Brien next July in
Spain. ’No more pencils-no more books...........

School Principal Carmel with Carmel and Tracy Flynn also Breda and Nicola
Carey at the Hen Night Cllr. Mary Linehan Foley, Colin and Joan Pakeman
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


It has been quite a year for the Via team. Fergal and Jo opened the
coffee shop and deli on the ground floor of The Priory in March
last year. Luigi and Giovanni arrived from Italy in May (they
quickly realised that Irish May weather was slightly different to
Italian May weather!) and the first floor restaurant opened in June.
The restaurant has gone through some changes in its first year,
however, the ethos still remains the same, the crucial emphasis on
local and seasonal, in the importance of time, tradition and fami-
ly. Head chef Luigi Camilleri trained with some of the finest
Italian chefs during his time in London, including Georgio
Locatelli. Luigi now recreates Italian recipes with local, Irish
ingredients with a distinctly Irish feel, e.g. slow-roasted Duroc
pork belly served with apple mashed potato and savoy cabbage!
Via @ The Priory is also Ireland’s first restaurant to commit to
only serving sustainable fish and for this reason, has picked up a
lot of national press attention. Via has been host to theatre events,
tasting evenings, live music sessions and more is planned for the Fergal, Jo, Luigi, Giovanni and Kasia would like to say a big thank you to the peo-
future. They hope to soon introduce wine tastings to go along with ple of Youghal for all their support over the last 12 months.
their Priory Wine Club, cookery demonstrations and further char- become really popular with lots of local people who live and work
ity events.The new summer menu has just been launched and in Youghal, the trouble is I just don’t have enough seats for them
includes some old favourites as well as new additions. Starters downstairs! We realise that summer is probably going to be busier
range from 6.50 to 12.50, mains from 12.95 to 24.50 with all so we want to ensure that we don’t disappoint our regular guests
home-made desserts at 6.50. The new early bird menu also whilst taking advantage of the summer trade. If things go well and
offers a great deal - three courses for 27.95 between 6 & 8pm the new menu is popular then we would love to keep the first floor
Tuesday - Friday. A good wine selection is also available includ- open for lunch all year round!"The Priory Picnics are also back on
ing wines from Italy, Spain, France and Germany and there is for the summer months offering freshly prepared, home-made
always a helpful staff member on hand to guide and advise - they food to take away and enjoy whilst sight-seeing or simply enjoy-
reliably inform us that they have tried every wine on the ing a day on the beach. All hampers come with wine and start
menu!The ground floor coffee shop and deli is going from from 55 - see menus in The Priory or have a look at www.thep-
strength to strength serving home-made cakes and desserts, toast- riory.ie for full details.
ed sandwiches, salads and antipasti, coffees, teas and wines. In Summer opening hours are
fact, it has become so busy that sometimes it is hard to get a seat! The Priory - 10am-5pm Tuesday - Saturday, Via @ The Priory 1st
From the beginning of June, the first floor restaurant will also be floor restaurant 6-9.30pm Tuesday - Sunday, Lunch Tuesday -
open at lunchtime, serving the same menu, but also with the addi- Saturday 12-2.30pm. For further information, telephone 024
tion of some traditional, home-made pastas. But Fergal and Jo 91482/92574 or visit www.thepriory.ie. You could of course also
hope that this won’t only be a summer thing. Jo says "the deli has pop in for a cup of coffee to 56 North Main Street, Youghal.

Luigi’s Seasonal Recipes

This is a typical Sicilian recipe; it can be eaten hot or cold and will
fill your home with typical summer Sicilian flavour. These toma-
toes are ideal for picnics, finger food, and canapØs or as a
"Contorno" with meat or fish

Baked Sicilian Stuffed Tomatoes

Serves 4
Preparation time 50 minutes
6 plum tomatoes 200 grams fresh bread crumbs
2 garlic gloves, chopped
1 tbsp chopped mint1 tbsp chopped parsley
1 tsp freshly ground black pepper1 tsp salt
3 tbsp grated parmesan cheese or pecorino
3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 small onion, chopped

Wash tomatoes and cut in half length ways, scoop out the seeds
and pulp and set them upside down to drain, keep the seeds and
pulp in a cup.Place the breadcrumbs, parmesan, herbs, onions,
garlic, salt, pepper and the tomato pulp with seeds in a bowl mix
well together with 3 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil.If the mix-
ture looks too dry add some more oil, fill each tomato with this
mixture and arrange the them in a lightly oiled baking tray, driz-
zle with olive oil and roast for about a half hour or until the bread-
crumbs are browned.
You can add anchovies, olives and capers to the ingredients to give
extra flavour or give it a twist adding mozzarella or feta cheese.
Usually I make more mixture then needed so I can top up my
tomatoes with some extra filling!
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


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Youghal Golf Club

Ladies Branch

4th Amanda O’Neill Coyne, Paula Brennan and Sharon Lupton pictured with Lady
Captain Sheila Coyne and sponsor Liam Burns

Pobalscoil na Trionoide
Whale Watch Night
Challenge Cup Team 2008

Minor Cup Team 2008

Jim Wilson from the Irish Whale and Dolphin Group (IWDG) pictured with mem-
bers of the Ballyvergan Marsh committee, Birdwatch Ireland and members of
(IWDG) at the Pobalscoil Na Trionoide Nature Evening

Ladies Singles Sponsored by Liam Burns P.G.A. winners Trisha Landers and Maura
Dempsey pictured with Lady Captain Sheila Coyne and sponsor Liam Burns HORANS
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Bookings Are Now Being Taken

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Ms. Sandra Ryan BSc (Hons)
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Month In Horan s Health Store
(Appointments and Deposit Necessary)

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Mon to Sat

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Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

Youghal Hosts Major

Conference on Public Realm
Experts in the field of regenerating historic cities and towns
throughout Ireland and the UK shared their experiences at a major
conference in Youghal’s Town Hall on Thursday 15th and Friday
16th May.
Supported by The Heritage Council of Ireland, Cork County
Council and Youghal Town Council this conference was funded
through the County Heritage Plan and looked at the application of
public realm strategies in Ireland.
Catherine Desmond, Archaeologist, Department of Environment,
Heritage & Local Government and Youghal Heritage Committee
commented: Town Clerk Liam Ryan pictured with Councillors and Officials
"Youghal is a most fitting venue for this conference being one of
the finest examples of a walled town in Europe. We have set out
a vision for the 21st Century that envisages the development of the
town as high quality, safe, urban environment, attractive to
investors, employees, and residents. Youghal is facing a new era of
development and transformation. We are now also finally starting
to realise our enormous tourism potential attracting an increasing
number of international visitors".
Youghal Town Council undertook the innovative step of develop-
ing a Heritage-Led Regeneration Plan along with a Public Realm
Plan for the historic core of the town. The protection of public
realm has determined the need for the delivery of the most effec-
tive presentation, management and development of a town’s pub-
lic realm with particular reference to the Historic Town.
The conference was designed to provide information to local
authorities, planners, engineers, architects, private developers and
consultants. Its concept emanated directly from the Youghal
Heritage Committee who worked closely with the County Heritage
Forum to find the support and funding to make it a reality.

Guided Tour

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Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

Kyle National School Official Opening By MicheÆl Martin

TD, Minister For Foreign Affairs

Principal Catherine Foley addressing Kyle National School Pupils.

the large crowd Dean Goold addressing the crowd

MicheÆl Martin TD, Minister For Foreign Affairs addressing the crowd

Margaret Lynch aged 98, the oldest surviving past pupil of Kyle National School
with her daughter Catherine Cunningham, granddaughter Cathy Meade and great
grandchildren Ciara and Paul.

Fr. John Broderick blessing the new SNA Teacher Aoife Butler and Garda
MicheÆl Martin TD, Minister For Foreign Affairs, Principal of Kyle NS Catherine
school. Darren Feehan.
Foley cut the tape to officially open the new school with Dean Goold, Fr. John
Broderick and Kyle National School pupils.

David Stanton TD, Ned O’ Keeffe TD, MicheÆl Martin TD, Principal Catherine
Foley and Michael Ahern TD.
Kyle National School pupils enjoying the day.

MicheÆl Martin TD planting the tree

MicheÆl Martin TD pictured with Margaret Lynch aged 98, the oldest surviving with the help of 4th class pupil James O’
past pupil of Kyle National School, Connor. Fr. John Broderick addressing the crowd
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008



Twins Shealeen and Maria Hannon and family with

Chloe Dempsey and family Canon Tom Brown and Fr. Bill Bermingham

Ben Schofield and family

Kyle Leahy, Keilin Coleman and Oisin O’Maitiu DÆire O ’Conaill and family Fionn Kenneally and family

Cora and Shauna Kenneally with their

Laura and David Byron and family great-grandmother Phil Desmond
Alan Bunyan and the Clohessy family

Fr. Bill Bermingham and Keilin


Cora and Chelsea Desmond and Shauna

Kyle Leahy and family Kenneally

A to Z
Bouncy Castles
Aoife Healy and her Mam Kathy
Ben McCarthy with Michael and biddy
TEL 086 - 1741842
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


Area Athletic Finals celebrated recently with family, and friends. Best wishes to you
-This bank holiday Monday both from all you family and friends in Clashmore
On Monday next June 2nd the Clashmore - Kinsalebeg area finals Death of Kathleen Kenneally
of Community Games Athletics will take place at the GAA grounds With deep sadness we record the death of Mrs Kathleen Kenneally
in Clashmore [with special thanks to the GAA for the use of their Florida, her death occurred on May 18th Kathleen was the last sur-
facilities] at 2.30pm all children residing in this community games viving member of the Nugent family Old Parish having been prede-
area are welcome to take part. ceased by her sister Eileen Scully just a few months. A sister of the
Sympathy late Pat Nugent Tinnock, Kathleen is survived by her sons Pat and
Our deepest sympathy is extended to the Crawford family Ardmore Sean and her daughter Maura, and a wide circle of relatives and
on the death of Thomas Crawford, Thomas died on Thursday last friends to whom we tender our deepest sympathy. Kathleen’s funer-
and hi is survived by his wife Marie and his children Sean Tomas al will take place in Old Parish at a later date.
Niamh Padraig and Noreen, His father John and a wide circle of rel- Clashmore Ramblers Alpha Lotto -Jackpot 2650
atives and friends We had no winner of our Jackpot last Wednesday night so next
Reposing at Egan’s Funeral Home Youghal his removal took place week we will have 2650 to be won if you can match our four win-
to St Declan’s Church Ardmore on Friday evening and following ning letters drawn on Wednesday night. Tickets for this draw are
requiem mass on Saturday morning Thomas was laid to rest in St now available from any member of the club or in our business
Declan’s Cemetery Ardmore. Ar dheis de go raibh a anam premises.Congratulations to the following who were our winners of
Clashmore - Kinsalebeg GAA Club Lotto -Jackpot 3600 20 spot prizes this week; Bernie Fitzgearld Clashmore; Nick Troy
We had no winner of our weekly lotto jackpot last Monday night so ; Clodagh Stapleton Affane
on this week we will have had 3600 in our jackpot when our draw Holy Communion in Piltown
takes place on bank holiday Monday night. Well done to each of the On Saturday May 17th five boys all pupils of second class in
following supporters who were lucky winners of 20 spot prizes Kinsalebeg National School received the sacrament of first Holy
last week Mary O Halloran Rath; Stephen Barron Kinsalebeg; Communion in St Bartholomew’s church in Piltown. Our thanks to
Helen Collins Kinsalebeg; Rian Power Kinsalebeg; Noel McGrath Parish Priest Fr Maurice O Gorman, our teachers who prepared the
Kinsalebeg children for the sacrament, the choir and anyone who helped make
On the previous Monday night we had no match four winner the this day so special for Luke Seward, Isaac O Sullivan, Danny O
numbers were 1, 7, 21, and 24. Well done to the following who were Mahony, Joao Machoda Kyle Roche, congratulations to all of you
the lucky winners of our 20 spot prizes; Rachael Crawford who received the sacrament
Knockanore; Eileen Dunne Clashmore; John Flynn Cappagh; Mary Introductory Day
Gough [Jnr] Modeligo; Dermot O Mahony Currenbeg -Clashmore National School
Clashmore 45 Drive On Thursday May 29th Clashmore National welcomes all pupils
Top prizewinners this week on eleven games we had Margaret and interested in enrolling in the school in September 2008, with an
Dan Leahy they won 11 games. In second place on nine games we introductory hour which takes place from 1.30pm to 2.30pm. All
had Stephen Cunningham and John Motherway, Jointly in third are welcome along to view the school meet the staff.
place winning seven games each we had Roger Hynes and Aine The Rising Sun Ring Tournament
Curran, Edmond and Edmond Og Ledingham Billy Allen and -In aid of Hospice
Bernard Moloney they each had seven games each. Our best of the It would be easier to pick a winner in the National than to back a
last five game winners were Mary Ann and Bobby Connery Lucky winner in this years Rising Sun Ring Tournament, as we approach
last game winners were Liam Curran and Thomas Power, well done the final rounds of this years competition. As in previous years all
to all our winners and remember cards again next Monday night at the proceeds of this event will be given to Hospice.
nine! Last Sunday night we had a very exciting game between Paul Marks
Top prize winners on the previous week at the Clashmore 45 Drive team and Michael Rocky Cashel’s crew, The winners here after a
were Pat O Halloran and Pat Roche Tony Mansfield and Gabriel very exciting game were Paul Marks Pa McCarthy and Michelle
Hynes both on nine games each, next on eight games we had John Keogh, Pa McCarthy was in winning form on the night securing
Motherway and Tom Osbourne. In joint third we had Edmond and victory in the first game, when he hung the winning ring in the first
Edmond Og Ledingham Maura McGrath and Jim McGrath, Mary hand. Bring hung the two ones with his first and second rings in the
Ann and Bobby Connery. Our best of the last five winners were second game to keep his team in the game. Michelle did her part for
Mary Dower and Jack Douris Nell Foley and Ed Hynes. The win- team in the final round when she hung the winning ring after a tight
ners of our lucky last game winner prize were Anthony and Sean. battle leaving the tournament favourites over Michael Cashel Brian
Well done to all our winners and thanks to everyone for their con- Dunne and the ex chairman Pad O Halloran rattled!
tinued support. St Cronan’s Church Refurbishment
Clashmore - Kinsalebeg Ladies Football For the children receiving First Holy Communion on Saturday, their
Juvenile Training families and friends this occasion was extra special as it was the
Our weekly training sessions which continue each Friday night for first big celebration at St Cronan’s Church since its recent refurbish-
U8, U10 & U12 here in the GAA pitch in Clashmore, new players ment. Over the past few months our dearly loved parish church has
are always welcome, just come along on the night. been beautifully restored to it former glory by Fr O Gorman and his
Membership; Membership for juvenile members is 20 per year very skilled and talented team of workers. Colour schemes and
and fees are now due if you have not paid your annual sub please materials in keeping with the period of the church have been used
do so now, because if you are not paid you can not play. to great advantage. Great credit is due to everyone involved in the
Un10 Blitz; Last week we brought you news of an up coming blitz refurbishment thanks to all of you, our church is once again a place
for all young ladies in the under 10 age group we can now confirm in the parish we can be very proud of.
that this blitz will indeed be taking place in Dungarvan on May
31st. Teams must register at 11.00am and kick off will be at 12 Kinsalebeg NS Non Stop Draw
noon. Anyone who wishes to go should give his or her names in at This week we bring you the results of the Kinsalebeg Parents
training on Friday night please. Also please note anyone wishing to Association monthly non stop draw for the month of April,
play in the blitz must be a paid up member. 1st Prize Adam O Sullivan [promoter Adam O Sullivan]
Adult Training; Training for our adult players continues every 2nd Prize Jason Clohessey [promoter Elan McGrath]
Friday night at 8.30pm here in the pitch in Clashmore new or for- 3rd Prize Kate O Halloran [promoter Kate O Halloran]
mer players are always welcome. 4th Prize Sarah Roche [promoter Sarah Roche]
Birthday Greetings Well done to all our winners and thanks to our loyal team of sup-
Congratulations to sisters Sue O Callaghan Youghal and Catherine porters and promoters without your help the draw would not be so
Neville Ballynoe on the occasion of their 50th birthday, which they successful
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

WEST WATERFORD NEWS 110th Eucharistic Procession

in Honour of the Feast of
Clashmore Fianna Fail Cumann
National Collection Corpus Christi Photo Michael Hussey

On behalf of Clashmore Fianna Fail Cumann a big thankyou to The oldest Corpus Christi Procession in Ireland took place last
everyone who supported the national church gate collection held Sunday with very large crowds marching through the streets of
recently your support was very much appreciated. Youghal in the glorious sunshine. The procession started way back
"Kinsalebeg Student Volunteers for Hill Tribe Education Program" in 1898 and has continued ever since.
She may not be sending a heifer to Thailand but the proceeds of one
will be helping send our volunteer there! A heifer was just one of
numerous items very kindly sponsored for a fundraising auction
held recently at the Ole Mill in Kinsalebeg, The proceeds of this
auction which raised over 5000 goes towards sending Kinsalebeg
student Marta to "Maisai, Northern Thailand" in July. Daughter of
Liam and Kay Marta is one of four students travelling to Thailand
as part of the Freedom House "Hill Tribe Education Volunteer
Freedom House is a school set up to provide hill tribe and refugee
children with and education, which in turn will give them better
work opportunities. The school provides instruction in Thai and
English and children learn at their own individual pace.
Youghal Catholic Young Men’s Society marchers pass their premises in Market Square
Children involved on this programme live in slum areas and have to
work from a tender young age because they can not speak Thai and
can not afford to go to school they are stuck in a vicious circle of
Volunteers at Freedom House give them an opportunity to change
that by teaching them Thai, then they can become active in Thai
society and seek legitimate employment, by learning English the
children are given an opportunity to work in the tourism industry as
tour guides or in hotels.
Freedom House also provides a daily healthy meal to the children as
part of the program, but this would not be possible without volun-
teers like Marta, who raise money to sponsor their trip to Thailand, The Procession approaches Market Square
along with giving them time as a volunteer out there.
Marta wants us to thank everyone who sponsored items for the auc-
tion, thanks to also our MC and auctioneer Pat "Knobber" Daly of
CRY fame, Assumpta Dalton who did trojan work behind the
scenes, who provided the music and everyone who helped in any
way especially Kieran, Suzanne and staff at the Ole Mill.
We wish Marta and her fellow students all the best in their travels.
Sponsored Walk
Once again this year Clashmore National school will host their
annual sponsored "June Walk" Cards for the walk are presently
being distributed through the school and once again we have some
lovely prizes for our sellers, three Waterford Hurling Shirts featur-
Flower Strewers
ing the new "Yop" logo, one for each classroom and they have been
very kindly sponsored by Ger Wyley Sports Dungarvan. [A big
thankyou to Ger Wyley for his very generous sponsorship - we are
all well aware of the huge amount of people looking for various
sponsorship from businesses at present so this is very much appre-
ciated. Once again we ask all of you parents to please support our

The Monstrance and Canopy Bearers with Canon Tom Browne approach De Valera St.

Youghal Athletic Club members who were winners at the Munster Senior Track
and Field Championships in Castleisland over the Weekend. Emer Kelly 2nd Pole
Vault, Michael Healy 1st in High Jump with a new Personal Best of 1.95m and
Nikita Savage 1st in Pole Vault with a new Personal Best of 2.70m. 34th Reserve Defence Force stand at attention
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


By Christy Parker might question its taste and morality. The town’s three youth
Change and progress were much in evidence when Youthreach organisations have been pitted against each other in a text-voting
education centre held its open day last week. Now 18 months battle. Basically, the group that receives the most text message
housed on six acres at the former Colaiste Eoin centre at Golf support from May 6th to June 6th wins the prize. Texts cost 60c.
Links Road, the space and facilities bear no comparison to the One can send as many texts as one wishes -or can afford.
cramped conditions at the former address in Seafield Business ’All proceeds (after operator charges & VAT) will go to the rele-
Centre. "Perceptions have changed," says co-ordinator Carol vant short-listed group, regardless of the final voting outcome,’
Newman. "Youthreach is now a very valid form of education and gushes the AIB blurb.
is being mainstreamed. It is recognised in legislation as a ’centre In reducing a crucial funding issue to the status of a crude game
of education.’ show competition, the AIB regards quantity above quality and
A classrooms tour with resource worker Maeve O’Leary reflects adds further pressure on already hard-pressed organisations and
the transition. Board headings in Leaving Cert Applied depict individuals. Then again, not everyone automatically associates
study on Local, National and Global issues- immigration, pollu- quality -or sensitivity- with the Irish banking culture. ’Vote for the
tion, divorce, Travellers’ rights, alcohol abuse, crime & punish- Children’, urges the nauseating promotion leaflet, seemingly
ment national, etc, etc. oblivious to the fact that ’voting’ for one child means ’voting’
Rooms housing art, wood, metal and computer courses are against another. If you want to do so anyway, the text number is
impressively equipped to cater for such courses as Arts & Crafts, 53099, followed by A for Youthreach and B or C for either of the
Catering, Marquetry, Food & Nutrition, Computer Applications, others. You may prefer to ignore it altogether.
Communications, Drama, Personal Effectiveness, Music
Appreciation, Woodcraft, Metalwork/Engineering Workshop
Processes/ Video Awareness, Maths, Personal & Interpersonal
Skills, Floristy and Involvement in Community Projects.
Sometimes, when the two adult learning groups -Back to
Education and Adult Literacy- who also avail of the premises are
simultaneously present, there must persist a bustling ambience.
Yet set back from the road on, swathed in light an air, learning and
peace seem most pertinent here. "The intimate little community
atmosphere we had in the old place has changed but it’s still a very
personal establishment," says Maeve. "Besides," she proceeds,
"On occasions when adult classes are on the premises, it enhances
our students’ social and interactive skills."
Managed by Cork County VEC, the Youtreach Programme is per-
mitted a full compliment of 25 students/trainees. It presently
accommodates 19 and employs three full-time and five part-time English teacher Theresa Fitzgerald with Leaving Cert. Applied students Louise
tutors. Enrolment is instantaneous and dependent on applicants Jones, Jodie Hogan, Natalie Moylan and Lee Riordan
being aged 15-21 and not having sat the Leaving Cert. Trainees
achieve National Foundation Certificates when successfully com-
pleting some basic programmes that are Trainee Centred and
based on Modules designed by the National Council for
Vocational Awards (NCVA).
At the moment, there are no more than eight students to a class,
across the provision of Junior Cert, Leaving Cert Applied and
Fetac (Further Education Training Awards Council). The curricu-
lum meets national standard, as Carol stresses. YOUGHAL TIDY TOWNS COMMITTEE
The process of studying it differs though. Notwithstanding the SUMMER PROGRAMME
excellent resources, many would regard the small pupil/tutor ratio
as the ultimate benefit. "Yes, some people learn better in small THE TIDY TOWNS COMMITTEE MEET EVERY WEDNES-
groups," agrees Carol. "We can be more flexible and can focus on DAY NIGHT AT 7.30PM AT THE WALTER RALEIGH
a student’s strengths and potential are rather than on what they HOTEL
can’t do. That builds confidence. We also incorporate literacy in
everything and have a lot more crossover in subjects." THESE ARE WORKING MEETINGS TO PLANT AND
Other crossovers occur too. The students visit the nearby GAA MAINTAIN OUR FLOWER BEDS AND TUBS AROUND
headquarters twice weekly for sports and gym. "The girls have just TOWN.
had two months of gym with personal trainer and are doing box-
ing now too through the Cork County Sports Partnership," informs NEW MEMBERS ARE WELCOME.
The next two weeks will bring exams, followed by a month of FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE RING NED
work experience. The students will unwind with a fortnight of BRENNAN AT 91400.
adventure and activity. "We’ll have day trips, beach trips, carting,
cinema, sports days and so on, much of it with other Youthreach
groups, "says Maeve. "There’s also a Youthreach boat in Bantry
and we’ll be going there too," she concludes.
The Walter Raleigh Hotel
Youthreach inquiries: (024) 93869; e-mail: yry@eircom.net
AIB’S ’Better Text’ initiative: DISCO
* Currently Youthreach is engaged in a funding application with
the AIB Better Ireland awards. On offer is 10,000 award. Also This Sunday Night June 1st
vying for the money in Youghal are Foroige and Youghal Youth
Project. Previously, applications were received and decided by Over 18 s I.D. Required.
administration but now a new system has been introduced. One
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


We would like to express our sincere thanks to anyone who par- I understand that if I am providing full-time care to someone with
ticipated in any way in our recent fundraising event in aid of Build a disability I can get a Respite Care Grant. How do I get it?
4 Life, Cystic Fibrosis, Cork/Kerry Branch. Answer
The Respite Care Grant is paid once a year to certain carers of peo-
Thank you to Mr. Will Moloney for the use of The Usual Place ,
ple in need of full-time care and attention. It is paid automatically
to Mr. Tommy Collins MC on the night, to Lorraine Murphy, in early June by the Department of Social and Family Affairs to
Bridget Nicholson and Catriona Hill who performed the necessary those who are getting Carer’s Allowance, Carer’s Benefit, Constant
waxing and shaving on the night. Attendance Allowance or Prescribed Relative’s Allowance. It is
We would also like to thank all the lads who participated in the paid automatically by the Health Service Executive to those who
waxing and shaving on the night. Also to anyone who filled in are getting Domiciliary Care Allowance.
fundraising cards or made a donation, our heartful thanks. Other carers providing full-time care have to apply. If, however,
As a result of peoples kindness and generosity, we have so far you received the grant last year, you do not need to apply again as
raised approx 12,500.00 for the Build 4 Life fund. the Department writes to you to verify the details. To qualify you
Thank You must be:Aged 16 or over and ordinarily resident in the State
John, Ciara, Conor & Eabha Lucey Caring for the person on a full-time basis
Caring for the person for at least six months - this period must
Road Signage Must be include the first Thursday in June
Living with the person being cared for or, if not, be contactable
Improved Stanton quickly by a direct system of communication, for example, tele-
phone or alarm
Cork East Fine Gael TD, David Stanton has called for better You do not qualify if you are working, studying or training more
maintenance and provision of road signage in East Cork. Deputy than 15 hours per week outside the home, if you are getting an
Stanton has raised this matter in the Dail having noticed that unemployment payment or if you are signing on for unemploy-
many road traffic and tourist information signs are in poor condi- ment credits. You also do not qualify if you are living in a hospi-
tion or obscured from view. tal, convalescent home or similar institution. The person being
While most signs on main roads are clear and well maintained, I cared for must have a disability that requires full-time care and
cannot say the same for signs on country roads and in towns and attention and must not be receiving it from someone else. He/she
villages. As we come into the summer, visibility of signs on more must not normally live in a hospital, convalescent home or similar
rural roads becomes and issue as hedgerows grow, and often part- institution but may attend a non-residential training course or day
ly cover signs. While many locals are largely unaffected by this, care centre. For 2008, the Respite Care Grant is 1,700 for each
it must cause many problems for tourists who are unused to the person being cared for. The application form (RCG1) is available
area , noted Deputy Stanton. from your local Social Welfare Office or Citizens Information
Both the National Roads Authority and Local Authorities Centre. If you are caring for more than two people you will also
share responsibility for the provision, cleaning and maintenance require a Form RCG1(a) for each additional person.Further infor-
of signs on national roads and local/regional roads respective- mation is available from your local Citizens Information Centre.
ly. Any costs in relation to this comes from the bodies own Question I am travelling in Europe this summer. Am I entitled to
resources but in the case of Local Authorities additional monies use public healthcare in other EU countries if I fall ill?
are available from the Department of Transport. Answer If you are visiting certain European countries and you
Many areas of East Cork are already suffering from littering become ill or get injured, the European Health Insurance Card
and roadside dumping which affects both local people and allows you to access public healthcare services. It replaces the
tourists. Broken, dirty and unclear road signs only serve to wors- E111 form which had previously been required.
en the impression we are portraying to tourists. While illegal If you are going on a short stay to an EU country, an EEA country
dumping is difficult to combat, I see no reason why road traffic (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway) or to Switzerland, it is advisable
and other signs cannot be maintained in good condition through- to have the card to cover you and your family for public health-
out the year, especially during summer months , concluded David care. Each person travelling will need a card. It is not required for
Stanton TD a temporary visit to the UK if you can show that you are ordinar-
ily resident in Ireland.
THANKSGIVINGS You can apply for the card online at www.ehic.ie if you already
have a medical card, GP visit card or a Drugs Payment Scheme
NOVENA TO SACRED HEART card. Otherwise you can download an application form from this
Dear Heart of Jesus in the past I have asked for many favours. This website or get it from your Local Health Office. You will need to
time I ask you this special one (Mention Favour). Take it dear Heart provide your name, address, date of birth and Personal Public
of Jesus and place it within your own broken heart where your father Service Number (PPS No.).
sees it, then in His merciful eyes it will become your favour, not You should apply for the card a month before travelling if possi-
mine. Amen. Say this prayer for three days, and favour will be grant- ble. If there is not enough time to get the card before you travel,
ed. Never known to fail. M.M. contact your Local Health Office to get a Temporary Replacement

Certificate for each person travelling instead.
If you have a card that has expired, you can apply online to renew
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Deborah and Caolainn Foley with Tanya, Sarah and Jonathan Fisher from
Mickey Downing Belfast
Youghal Athletes, Mark Bulman, Maurice
Fitzgerald, Kevin O Brien, Robert Hamill,
Frank and Nora O Brien Emily and Marty O Keeffe

Karen Neiland and Brendan Kelly Amanda Stavrou and Esther Murphy

Medical Team with Garda John

Joan and Danny McCarthy with Race Catherine Arnott with Mary and Linda
Winner Rhona Lynch Daly

Sinead Mannix and Marguerite

Savage Noel and Patricia Curtin with Eoin Whyte

Emer Casey Memorial

10km Prizewiners 2008
1 A O’Shea (Bantry) 30:49; 2 S Turea (Clonliffe) 31:28; 3 S
Bralitis (West Waterford) 32:24; 4 P Gibbons (SBR) 34:19; 5 J
Doran (Riocht) 34:43; 6 S Stilwell (West Waterford) 34:55. M40:
Mick and Ann Sheehan with Tommy 1 N Curtin (Youghal) 35:26; 2 B Delaney (Coolquill) 36:48; 3 E
Dave Hickey and Pat Barry Roche Meade (East Cork) 37:25. M45: 1 D McCarthy (East Cork) 35:34;
2 D Carroll (Eagle) 38:48; 3 E Phelan (West Waterford)
40:07.M50: 1 B Kearney (Leevale) 42:32; 2 M Boland (Clonmel)
44:37; 3 S O’Mahony (unatt) 48:11.M55: 1 J Walshe (East Cork)
44:34; 2 D McCarthy (Midleton) 45:47; 3 D O’Connell (Midleton)
46:44.M60: 1 P Gyves (Mallow) 43:18; 2 M Hennessy (West
Waterford) 46:51; 3 D Nagle (Mallow) 49:42.MJ: 1 D Nugent
(unatt) 43:04; 2 E O’Regan (Youghal) 45:23; 3 K O’Leary (unatt)
Women: 1 R Lynch (Eagle) 37:30; 2 M Sweeney (St Finbarrs,
F45) 39:35; 3 L Geary (Midleton) 40:58; 4 S Drennan (Midleton,
F40) 42:50; 5 N Walsh (Youghal) 43:13; 6 E Murphy (St Finbarrs)
43:14. F35: 1 B Coffey (West Waterford) 45:45; 2 E Cashman
(unatt) 47:31; 3 A Casey (Youghal) 49:37. F40: 2 L Boyd (St
Finbarrs) 49:06; 3 A Moloney (Youghal) 54:16. F45: 2 M Murphy
(St Finbarrs) 45:00; 3 M Mulcahy (St Finbarrs) 48:59. F50: 1 B
Morrissey (Eagle) 54:09; 2 R Foley (unatt) 54:21; 3 A Hayes
(unatt) 57:33. FJ: 1 K Harrington (unatt) 56:53; 2 S Power
Transition Year Students and Staff from Ponalscoil Indhear ScØin, Kenmare (Youghal) 57:43; 3 N O’Regan (Youghal) 60:06.
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008



The Race Start

Anita and Sarah Power

The Club Vitae Team from the Quality Hotel, Youghal

The Emer Casey Memorial Cup

Julie Casey and Maurice Fitzgerald

Tommy Roche, Mick Bulman, Caroline O Driscoll, Dave Smith, Marguerite Nicola Morey and Sean McFadden of
Hurton and Tony Lawlor Christina and Marina Cusack Irishfit.com
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

Gertie Murphy, Jim Coleman and Valerie

Ger and Cuan Galvin of Galvins Costcutters sponsors of Goody Bags and Griffin Lisa Collins and Jennifer Tuite
Refreshments pictured with Julie, Juliette, Analee and Susan Casey

Geraldine O Connell, Peig Flanagan, Cllr. Sandra McLellan and Mary Barry.

Brendan Casey pictured with daughters Julie, Analee and Susan, Son-in-law Nic
and the Hamill Sisters from Belfast.

Brendan Casey with Mary Sweeney and Maura Dempsey

Declan and Rosemary Matthews Seanie and Jack McGrath

Donie McCarthy, Billy Mason, John Hunt and Tommy Roche

The Hardworking Tea Ladies at Pobalscoil Na Trionoide Mickey, Blathnaid and Siobhan
Downing Lisa and Alan Dodd, Skibbereen
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008



Race Winner Alan O Shea receiving his prize from Ladies Winner Rhona Lynch receiving her prize from Mary Sweeny 2nd Lady
Jennifer Tuite Jennifer Tuite.

First 5 Men; Sandis Bralitis (West Waterford) 3rd, Alan O Shea (Bantry) 1st,
Niamh Walsh, Youghal AC 5th Lady Denis McCarthy 1st O45
Sergiu Turea, (Clonliffe) 2nd, Paul Gibbons (Sliabh Buidhe Rovers) 4th and
James Doran (Riocht) 5th

John Walshe 1st O55 Paddy Gyves 1st 060

Linda Geary Midleton 3rd Lady Sally Drennan Midleton 4th Lady

Esther Murphy 6th Lady

Noel Curtin Youghal AC 1st O40

Kevin O Leary 3rd and Eamonn O Regan 2nd Junior with Jennifer Tuite

Batt Kearney 1st and Maurice Bolan 2nd O50 with Jennifer Tuite Bridget Coffee 1st and Analee Casey 3rd O35 with Jennifer Tuite
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


Patrick Dawson won the first Emer Casey Central Park 5k run on
May 22nd, Conor O’Donoghue second and Jorge Pena was third.
The race was organised by Marie O Brien who works for the NY
office of MOP , a cousin of Emer s who is currently living and
working in New York, along with David Golden and Dave
Mohally, from Youghal who is also now living in the Big Apple.
While Marie and David did the organisng, Dave Mohally hosted
the post run drinks and food at his bar "Bua" located in the east vil-
Plans are already being put in place for next years run!

Dave Mohally and Marie O Brien Participants in the Emer Casey Central Park 5K


Setanta O’Hailpin launched the Inaugural
Emer Casey Melbourne Run at the weekend
event. Having been injured in Aussie Rules
game the night before, it was extra special
and much appreciated effort on his part.
Jennifer Ring a friend of Emer’s currently
working and living in Melbourne was
the organiser of this event.

On the day there was a "surprise draw" and

the winners of the surprise draw
were as follows:
1. Eddie O’Connor - Setanta signed Carlton
jersey Jennifer Ring organiser of
the Emer Casey
2. Adi Stevens - Setanta signed AFL Ball Melbourne Run 2008 pic-
3. Jamey Loupe - Setanta signed AFL Ball tured with Setanta
O Hailpin
The inseperable four claimed the top 3 spots and how fitting they
were all
from Cork. In no particular order (as can be evidence from the
photo attached) the winners were: From right to left as follows:
Maria Twomey (1st) - Donoghmore, Co. Cork
Theresa O’Sullivan (3rd) - Bantry, Co.Cork.
Kathleen O’Sullivan (4th) - Bantry, Co.Cork.
Christine O’Sullivan (2nd) - Bantry, Co.Cork
Some of the Runners who completed the first Emer Casey Melbourne Run
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


1 O’SHEA, Alan Bantry AC 88 RIORDAN, Chris,Cork Sceine
2 TUREA, Sergiu, Clonliffe Harriers 89 MCGRATH, Michael,Waterford AC 175 MOTHERWAY, Marie, Killeagh
3 BRALITIS, Sandis,West Waterford AC 90 O’CALLAGHAN, Donal,Cork 176 CASHMAN, Conor,Killeagh
4 GIBBONS, Paul,Sliabh Buidhe Rovers 91 RYAN, Karen Cork 177 MURPHY, Noelle,Knockraha
5 DORAN, James,Riocht AC 92 POWER, Kevin,Youghal 178 DENNEHY-LANDERS, Martina
6 STILWELL, Sean,West Waterford AC 93 HEHIR, Brian, Ballysimon Killeagh
7 HARTY, Philip West Waterford AC 94 HAMILL, Robert,Youghal AC 179 NI NEILL, Sinead,Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine
8 CURTIN, Noel Youghal AC 95 O’MAHONY, Sylvie Midleton 180 HAYES, Ann,Carrigaline
9 MCCARTHY, Denis,East Cork AC 96 MCLOUGHLIN, Mark Dublin 181 O’BRIEN, Aileen,Shanagarry
10 O’CONNOR, Brian,Grange-Fermoy 97 ALLEN, Garrett,Cork 182 POWER, Sinead,Youghal AC
11 DELANEY, Brendan,Coolquill AC 98 RUSSELL, Dominic,Youghal 183 EGAN, Michael,Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine
12 O’KEEFFE, Marty,Youghal AC 99 COLEMAN, Eadaoin,Youghal 184 BRODERICK, Rosey, Dublin
13 MEADE, Eric, East Cork AC 100 POWER, Stephen,Dungarvan 185 NOONAN, Anne,Youghal
14 LYNCH, Rhona,Eagle AC 101 MULCAHY, Mary,St. Finbarrs AC 186 KELLY, John,Six-Mile-Bridge
15 MCCARTHY, Charles,Grange-Fermoy 102 MCSWEENEY, Angela,Cork 187 MURPHY, Jennifer,Cork
16 KELLY, Joe,West Waterford AC 103 BOYD, Lina St., Finbarrs AC 188 GRIFFIN, Tom,Cobh
17 DUNFORD, Michael,West Waterford 104 COOPER, Nuala,Youghal 189 CASEY, Julie,Youghal
18 HALLEY, Frank,Waterford 105 NICHOLSON, Gordon,Youghal AC 190 MORAN, Brenda,Fermoy
19 COAKLEY, Donal,Togher AC 106 COLEMAN, Donagh Youghal 191 KENNEDY, Claire,Dublin
20 MURPHY, Sean,Bandon AC 107 CASEY, Annelee,Youghal AC 192 MCCARTHY, Joan,Midleton AC
21 SMITH, Kevin,Ballinacurra 108 NAGLE, Dan,Mallow AC 193 KELLY, Mark,Ballymacoda
22 CARROLL, Denis,Eagle AC 109 STAVROU, Amanda,St. Finbarrs AC 194 O’REGAN, Niamh,Youghal AC
23 RIORDAN, Patrick,West Waterford 110 MCDONNELL, Rosemary, Tallow 195 FLAVIN, Emma,Youghal AC
24 HICKEY, Alan,West Waterford 111 COOPER, Tony,Youghal 196 COLLINS, Dave,Mallow
25 SWEENEY, Mary,St. Finbarrs AC 112 PRUNTY-HYNES, Eileen,Clonmel 197 KEARNS, Frieda,Youghal
26 LEAHY, John Dungarvan 113 GILLESPIE, Grainne Belfast 198 DORNEY, Stuart,Monkstown
27 PHELAN, Eamonn,West Waterford 114 LALOR, Joseph,Dublin 199 COUGHLAN, Emer,Youghal
28 FITZGERALD, Tom,West Limerick 115 O’REGAN, Padraig,Ladysbridge 200 BRODEICK-FARRELL, Ciara Youghal
29 HOGAN, David,Kilkenny City Harriers 116 O’CALLAGHAN, Brian, Blarney AC
30 BULMAN, Mark,Donoughmore 117 GOLDEN, Des,Cork 201 MANNING, Imelda,Carrigtwohill
31 DUNPHY, John,Rising Sun AC 118 O’CONNELL, Enda,Glanmire 202 LEAHY, Nell,Midleton
32 NEILSEN, David,Cork 119 O’LEARY, Kevin,Youghal 203 GERAGHTY, Eleanor Dublin
33 GEARY, Linda,Midleton AC 120 MURPHY, Marie,Youghal 204 TWOMEY, Louise,Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine
34 GUINEY, Lyall,Galway 121 HAMILTON, James, Skibberen 205 IRWIN, Laura,Youghal
35 BOLAND, Mark,Clonmel AC 122 BROWNE, Norma,Mallow 206 HUGHES, Claire,Galway
36 O’DONNELL, Kenneth,West Waterford 123 MCCARTHY, Damian, Ardmore 207 KILGANNON, Claire,Youghal
37 MCGRATH, Donal Bantry 124 FITZGERALD, Maurice, Youghal 208 WALSH, Catriona,Youghal AC
38 RELIHAN, Gary Eagle AC 125 TREACY, Conor,Youghal 209 BYRNE, Carolyn,Dungarvan
39 BRUNNOCK, Paul West Waterford AC 126 KIRWAN, Kenneth,Youghal 210 BUCKLEY, Ali,Youghal
40 KEARNEY, Batt,Leevale AC 127 WHYTE, Eoin,Youghal 211 MULLINS, Paula,Limerick
41 HENNESSY, Shane,Youghal 128 O’MAHONY, Willie,Youghal AC 212 DESMOND, Elaine,Mallow
42 DONNELLY, Noel,Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine 129 GLAVIN, Jerome,Youghal 213 QUILL, Lisa,Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine
43 MURPHY, Michael,Kilkenny 130 O’MAHONY, Mary,Midleton 214 D’ARCY, Morgan,Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine
44 DRENNAN, Sally,Midleton AC 131 WARRINGTON, Giles,Ballynahinch 215 FARRELL, Conor, Youghal
45 HALLEY, Richard,Waterford 132 MACDOLAND, Alison,Cork 216 MATHEWS, Declan,Youghal AC
46 NUGENT, Daniel,Youghal 133 MURRAY, Ray,West Waterford AC 217 MCAULIFFE, Clare,Youghal
47 CURLEY, Kieran,Youghal AC 134 COPITHORNE, Joe,St. Finbarrs AC 218 CURTIN, Patricia,Youghal AC
48 COLEMAN, Tomas,West Waterford 135 LEONARD, Karl,Youghal 219 FITZGERALD, Brian,Youghal
49 WALSH, Niamh,Youghal AC 136 O’CONNOR, David,Glanmire 220 HAYES, Siobhan,Youghal
50 MURPHY, Esther,St. Finbarrs AC 137 STACK, Colm,Youghal 221 CROTTY, Greg,Youghal AC
51 GYVES, Paddy,Mallow AC 138 GRAHAME, Sean-Paul, Youghal 222 METZGER, Daniel,Youghal
52 TAGNEY, Nick,Ladysbridge 139 KILGANNON, David Youghal 223 O’ROURKE, Sinead,Ring
53 MORRIS, Colm,Dublin 140 LEAHY, Sean, Mogeely 224 CANNON, Loraine,Dublin
54 O’SHEA, Patrick,Youghal 141 BARRON, Declan,Youghal 225 RYAN, Norma,Mallow
55 LEAHY, Tom,Dungarvan 142 O’MEARA, Catherine Dublin 226 HERLIHY, Diarmuid,Mallow
56 FITZGERALD, Mark Youghal 143 MORRISSEY, Breeda Eagle AC 227 GILLEN, Sinead,Waterford
57 O’REILLY, Kevin,Youghal AC 144 CASEY, Ann-Marie,Clashmore 228 DOWNING, Siobhan,Youghal
58 KELLY, Richard,West Waterford AC 145 SEWARD, Maura,Grange 229 LENIHAN, Tommy,Cork
59 WALSHE, John,East Cork AC 146 CASEY, Catriona,Kinsalebeg 230 RYAN, Sandra,Youghal AC
60 SMITH, Tony Youghal 147 MOLONEY, Ann,Youghal AC 231 WHELAN-CURTIN, Mary Limerick
61 BOLAND, Maurice,Clonmel AC 148 FOLEY, Rose,Cork 232 KENNEFICK, Mary,Ballymacoda
62 O’REGAN, Morgan,Carrigtwohill 149 MULCAHY, Denis,Cork 233 O’CONNOR, Maeve,Kilworth
63 COOKE, Katie,Cork 150 HOWARD, Alastair,Bartlemy 234 HAMILL, Roisaine,Belfast
64 O’MAHONY, Pat,Cork 151 GRIFFIN, Daryl,Ballymore-Cobh AC 235 DRINAN, Eoin,Dublin
65 MURPHY, Mary,St. Finbarrs AC 152 COLEMAN, Niamh, Youghal 236 FOLEY, Ashling,Cobh
66 KIELY, Victor, Blarney 153 NEILAND, Karen,Watergrasshill 237 POWER, Sally, Dungarvan
67 FISHER, Jonathan, Bray 154 PARKER, Noel,Youghal 238 HAMILL, Breda,Belfast
68 BULMAN, George,Youghal AC 155 MOREY, Nicola,Youghal 239 MORRISSEY, Sarah,Youghal
69 O’REGAN, Eamonn,Youghal AC 156 MCFADDEN, Sean,Dublin 240 CORCORAN, Ashleigh, Youghal
70 MELNE, Inese,West Waterford AC 157 BUCKLEY, Martina,Carrigtwohill 241 O’SULLIVAN, Ciara Pobalscoil Inbhear
71 COFFEY, Bridget,West Waterford AC 158 MURPHY, Edel,Glanmire Sceine
72 MCCARTHY, Danny,Midleton AC 159 TERRY, John,Youghal 242 NASH, Frances, Kilworth
73 MURPHY, Mick,Carrigtwohill 160 HOGAN, Paul,Youghal 243 FISHER, Tanya, Lisburn
74 JACKSON, Niall,Faithlegg 161 BUCKLEY, Ann,Cork 244 O’SHEA, Siobhan, Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine
75 KELLY, Brendan,Cork 162 CHASE, Michelle,Cork 245 POWER, Anita,Dungarvan
76 DODD, Barry Rochestown 163 GOLDEN, Liz,Cork 246 CRAWFORD, Barbara, Youghal
77 DOWNING, Alan,Youghal 164 HEGARTY, Margaret,Inniscarra 247 O’SULLIVAN, Denise, Pobalscoil Inbhear
78 CLIFFE, Lorraine,Youghal 165 HEGARTY, Joanne,Inniscarra Sceine
79 O’CONNELL, Donie,Midleton AC 166 O’DONOVAN, Kevin,Tower 248 RYAN, Lesley,Youghal AC
80 HENNESSY, Michael,West Waterford 167 BANBURY, Padraig,Cork 249 HICKEY, Linda,Youghal
81 O’BRIEN, Martin,Youghal 168 MCCARTHY, Aidan,Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine 250 HARRINGTON, Aisling Pobalscoil Inbhear
82 DORRIAN, Hugh,Pilmore 169 HAND, Catherine,West Limerick AC Sceine
83 KEATING, James,Youghal 170 HAND, David,West Limerick AC 251 O’CONAILL, Irial,Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine
84 CASHMAN, Evelyn,Youghal 171 FISHER, Sarah,Bray 252 HARRINGTON, Amanda Pobalscoil Inbhear
85 FLAVIN, Eamonn,West Waterford AC 172 COLLINS, Vivienne Malahide Sceine
86 O’MAHONY, James,Youghal 173 STEELE, Ken, Kildinan 253 TOPHAM, Helen,Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine
87 DENNEHY, Alison,Millstreet 174 HARRINGTON, Karen, Pobalscoil Inbhear 254 TOHER, Mary,Midleton AC
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


By Christy Parker
Two months ago Adrian Colman went into Moe’s off licence on the
Photo Michael Hussey
DRAW North Main Street and bought some Budweiser. Last Friday night he
got his change. The ’change’ in question refers to country, climate and
probably currency however.
That same week Adrian had become the first of eight weekly winners
in a draw for customers who spent over 10. He and the other seven
names drawn from the weekly entrants qualified for a super-draw in
which Moe’s owner Garreth Last would donate a 1,500 travel vouch-
er purchased from McDonalds Travel.
Last week most of the winners were represented at Moe’s for the big
draw and enjoyed complimentary wine, cheese and sandwiches while
dreaming of exotic white beaches, turquoise seas and colourful cock-
tails sipped under palm trees many, many miles from Youghal land-
fill’s odours.
Only one of them was fated to see those dreams paid for on the night.
On hearing his name called, Adrian Coleman went into mild shock
and his eyes glazed over somewhat. "I can’t believe it. I’ve never won
anything before!", he eventually decided.
Adrian Coleman presented with his winning 1st prize of 1,500 Holiday by Gareth The winner, 32, is a scaffolder with ANF Scaffolding and also drives
Last, Moe’s Off- Licence Owner (Sponsors) and Wayne Ruxton, Manager, with p/t for John Long taxi & coach services. His girlfriend is Aoife Butler,
runner-up prizewinners Ian Malone, Aisling Cunningham and Noelle White daughter of Youghal Comhaltas Chairman Micheal and they have a
five year-old, Manchester-United supporting son, Cian. "I’ve been to
several countries," recalls Adrian of Spain, France, Belgium. Holland
Bulgaria, "but I’ve no idea where we’ll go with this. It’s fantastic. I’d
like to thank Moe’s very much."
As Adrian and Aoife ponder over maps, Moe’s shop manager Wayne
Ruxton reflected on the success of the venture. "We had over a hun-
dred entries every week," he revealed, adding, "We’ll probably do
another one for Christmas."
Cork-born Gareth opened Moe’s last December. Gareth shares
responsibility for Moe’s with fiancØe Noreen and shop manager
Wayne, from Youghal. Wayne, formerly employed at Carry Out and
Aqua Blue at Carlton Wharf, has an in-depth knowledge of the off
licence trade, as reflected in a Diploma in Wine. Moe’s strives to be
"that little bit different" offering unusual and unexpected ranges. And
Local journalist Christy Parker picks the lucky winner you could end up in some unusual and unexpected place yourself too.

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YOUGHAL ATHLETIC CLUB Boys U/11 Fearghal Curtin and Kieran Lynch,500- 2nd Team.;
Sponsored by Youghal Credit Union Kieran Lynch and Jack O’ Rourke.; Ball Throw - 2nd Team; Conor
Forde and Fearghal Curtin; Long Jump - 7th Team; Jack O’ Rourke
and Conor Forde; 80m Sprint - 9th Team; Our teams in the 500m,
Munster Senior Championships CastleIsland 25th May Long Jump and Ball Throw have qualified for the Munsters.
On Sunday 3 athletes from the club travelled to CastleIsland to take Girls U/11 Emily O’ Keefe and Rachel Dunne. 80m Sprint - Ist
part in the Munster Senior Championships. Team; Jennifer Hennessy and Emily O’ Keefe. 500m - Ist Team;
First in to action was Nikita Savage and Emer Kelly in the Women’s Rachel Geary and Rachel Dunne. Ball Throw - Ist Team; Rachel
Pole Vault competition, in windy conditions the two athletes per- Geary and Niamh Bernard. 500m - 4th Team; Niamh Bernard and
formed very well, with Nikita winning the title with a new person- Jennifer Hennessy,
al best performance of 2.70 metres which will give her great confi- Long Jump - 3rd Team; All of these teams have qualified for the
dence as she prepares for the All Ireland Schools Competition next Munsters.
Saturday 31st May in Tullamore. Girls U/12 Heather Curley and Cassie O’ Brien. High Jump - 2nd
Emer Kelly took second place with a clearance of 2.10 metres also Team. 600m - 3rd Team; Lauren O’ Mahoney and Zoe Goggin. Shot
a new personal best for her. Emer has improved greatly over the last - 4th Team. Long Jump - 7th Team.
few weeks as she has only recently taken up Pole Vault and Athletes County B Championships and Relays.
in general and shows great potential for the future. Boys U/13 Cian Greene and Daniel Smiddy put in great perform-
In the Senior Men’s High Jump Michael Healy continues his great ances to win Gold Medals in the Sprint Relay and the team shot
start to the year by adding the Munster Senior title to the Munster competition. Both of these lads teamed up with Ross Donovan and
Junior title win earlier this month. Michael opened the competition Adam Malone to run a very good relay and finished in 3rd place.
at 1.65 m and had a clearance all the way to his winning jump at However following the disqualification of the Leevale team they
1.95 a new personal best, coming on the back of his 1.94m jump last obtained second place and went home with silver relay medals.
week to break the Munster Schools Record and take the title as well. Girls U/13 Niamh McCarthy and Aisling Daly again put in very
Michael now travels to Tullamore next Saturday to compete in the good performances to win gold medals in the team long jump and
All Ireland Schools Competition in both high jump and discus. shot competitions.
"Pfizer" 6 mile race Girls u/12 Jennifer Geary teamed up with Lauren O’ Mahoney and
Willie O Mahony was the only Youghal competitor in the race. He both did very well in the Shot where they won gold medals. In the
finished in a very respectable time of 54:46. Long Jump they won silver medals. Well done girls.
"Garda" 5K race The relay team were very unfortunate not to win medals as they
First Youghal athlete home in a time of 17:08 was Noel Curtin. Noel were in the top placings for most of the relay. Heather Curley,
was 15th overall and 2nd O/40. Marty O Keeffe and Andrew Cassie O’ Brien, Jennifer Geary and Zoe Goggin ran in the relay.
Nicholson were next over the line in times of 18:09 and 18:34. Solid Boys U/10 and Boys U/11 Padraig McCarthy and Darragh Slattery
running from the three lads who packed in tightly together secured won the Long Jump to win the gold medals. Padraig McCarthy
the Quality Hotels team 2nd prize in category A. It was marvellous teamed up with Conor Forde and won the Ball throw U/11 compe-
to see Aoife Cooke "back on the road" again. She finished in an tition with some very good throws.
excellent 19:07. Well done Aoife! Sylvie O Mahony who ran for The Boys U/10 relay came third to win bronze medals. This was a
EMC on the night was our next athlete home in 21:57. Willie O very good performance for the lads especially for Darragh Slattery
Mahony ran 25:20. Well done to all. and Padraig McCarthy who were running a relay on the track for the
Ballyandreen "5" forst time. The Boys U/11 reached the final having qualified from
It’s that time of year again, the start of the infamous Ballycotton the heats. The standard in this age group was extremely high as a
summer series! The first race of the four got underway last lot of Cork lads have won Munster and National Sprint medals in
Thursday night with a now to be expected huge field. Although the this age group in the Indoors. The Youghal team did very well to
forecast wasn’t promising, the evening turned out fine and the finish in 6th place in the final and all lads ran extremely well.
weather did little to impede the progress of the runners. 28:38 saw Girls U/15 The girls u/15 relay team of Emma Flavin, Emma
our first athlete Noel Curtin home. This was a superb time for Noel Hennessy, Niamh Daly and Ciara Broderick-Farrelly ran a very
and all the sweeter as the season is only beginning. Watch this space good relay race and obtained the bronze medals on the day.
as Noel will be putting those times on a serious diet over the com- BOYS U/18 Our U/18 team of Aaron Kenny, David Ryan, Eamon
ing months! Yet again Marty O Keeffe and Andrew Nicholson were O’ Regan and Micheal Cronin won silver medals in the 4x100 and
the next to clock in. Their times were 30:09 and 31:41 respectively. the 4x400 relays. It was great to see this age group competing espe-
This was a fantastic achievement for the lads who have been train- cially for the younger athletes.
ing diligently over the last few months. A sub 30 is sure to be the FORTHCOMING EVENTS.
goal before the end of the summer! Kieran Curley and Niamh Walsh Munster Championships - Weekend of 7th and 8th June at
battled shoulder to shoulder for the last stretch! Kieran just shaved Templemore for age groups u/10 to U/14. The above mentioned
it in 34:47 with Niamh only a second behind. Well done to Niamh teams have all been entered and also U/13 and u/14 boys and girls
who was 7th lady overall. It was great to see 13 athletes from the in their events as requested.
club competing on the night. Many of these are certain to go on and National Schools - Saturday 30th May.
complete the series. The rest of the times are as follows: Eamon Athletes from the club who have qualified for their schools include
Flanagan 36:38, Pat Arnott 37:40, Robert Hamill 38:20, Gordon Nikita Savage for Pole vault and 300m, Michael Healy for Discus
Nicholson 40:00, Willie O Mahony 42:40. Well done to Evet Arnott and High Jump, Ray Kelly for Pole Vault and Patricia Curtin for
who ran her first 5 miler of the year in 49:08. Javelin. Very best of luck to these athletes who will be travelling to
Ladies’ run on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 from Tides car park. Tullamore next Sunday.
Mens’ run from the same venue on Fridays at 7:30. All are welcome TRAINING
regardless of ability. Beginners especially welcome. Training has been altered to Tuesday and Thursday nights at seven
Juvenile News in Tower Park. Pole Vault is also in Tuesday nights at eight o’ clock
On 18th May a number of our younger athletes travelled to the CIT in the GAA hall.
in Cork to participate in Day 3 of the County Championships. The EXAM STUDENTS.
relays were held on this day and also the 2 x team events which Very best of luck to all our current club members Niamh O’ Regan,
were qualifying events for the Munster Championships; these were Carmel Morrisson, Sarah Ryan and Siobhan Greene and also to all
held in the U/10, U/11 and U/12 age groups. The County B those who have been involved with our club who will be starting
Championships were also held. It was a long day at the track but their Leaving Cert next week. Best of luck to our athletes who will
our athletes did themselves proud as they all won medals on the day. be doing their Junior cert also including Nikita Savage and Eamon
Boys U/10 Diarmuid Clancy and Sean Broderick. 300m - Ist Team O’ Regan.
, 60M - 2nd Team; Padraig McCarthy and Darragh Slattery. Ball CONDOLENCES
throw - 5th, Long Jump - 7th. The 300m, 60m and Ball Throw Our thoughts and Prayers are with Tony, Michelle, Conor, Oran and
teams have qualified for the Munsters. Tirna Hennessy at this sad time on the loss of baby Aaron.
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

YOUGHAL GAA’S CZECH Ned O Keeffe Welcomes House Grant

Mr. Ned O Keeffe TD has confirmed that Cork County Council
(South) has been approved a capital allowance of 2,545,140 for
private house grants for older people and people with a disability
By Christy Parker for the year 2008.Deputy O Keeffe has stated that this is very wel-
Nine members of a multinational disability group returned home come in view of the increasing demand for assistance under this
this week after an unexpected stint as lodgers at Youghal GAA’ scheme. This scheme covers house repairs and adaptation works
Club Aras headquarters. The group became stranded in the town which when carried out, dramatically improves the living condi-
when their bus broke down shortly after arriving in Ireland to par- tions of the applicants.
ticipate in a series of relay runs to raise disability awareness. VINTAGE CAR PULL FUNDRAISER
The nine, all Czechs, were part of the ’European Association for
Special Social Groups’ consisting of 104 runners and carers and
comprising teams from locations in Hungary, Czech Republic, FOUNDATION PROJECT
Poland, Romania and Ukraine.
A mixture of physically and mentally disabled and largely from
deprived backgrounds, they have been engaged in a 10-year proj-
ect with unwieldy title, ’Integrative Meetings of Friends’, since
1999. Every summer they run a series of 2 km relays in European
countries, through which they seek to "promote broader integra-
tion of the disabled into societies, improve mental and physical fit-
ness and develop friendships," says Austrian Jerzy Chrabek, a 64
year-old remedial worker and tour organiser.
Over time the teams evolve, with participants leaving and being
replaced by others. Different countries join and depart also over
the years. Accommodation usually consists of a pre-arranged
agreement to use sports hall facilities, where the guests employ the
inflated mattresses they carry with them. Martin Flynn and Joe Power with Liam Daly and Michael Flynn pulling the vin-
Bearing a personally signed support letter from President tage car through the streets of the town last Saturday in aid of the Eye To Eye
McAleese, ten vans bearing the latest representatives arrived in Foundation. The car pull left Perks and arrived at Crowley’s Garage at the other
side of town. The charity fun fundraiser is to help the hill tribe children in north-
Rosslare on May 18th for the Irish leg of a three-week tour ern Thailand.
through Denmark, England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland,
Holland and Belgium.
Following a run from Waterford to Dungarvan on the day of
arrival, the vans departed for an overnight stay in Youghal and
anticipated accommodation at Youghal GAA’s headquarters on
Magner’s Hill. A misunderstanding in communications however
meant no arrangements had been made and neither welcome nor
hall was prepared. Youghal Mayor Dave Savage, Youghal GAA
Secretary Assumpta Parker and Vice-Chairman Ken Bulman
worked feverishly to remedy the situation.
Once it was established that the group’s self-acquired insurance Martin Flynn, Joe Power, Liam Daly, Michael Flynn, James Walsh, James Flynn,
Catherine Seward, Gerald Daly, Tracy Flynn, volunteers and collectors take a rest
arrangements were in order, the headquarters were made available in the centre of town during the novel charity fundraiser
and an embarrassing, not to mention stressful, situation was avert-
ed. Mayor Savage, on behalf of the Council, made one a large
takeaway order from Doyle’s to feed the contingent.
Unfortunately, while their peers continue their tour towards
Northern Ireland next day, a broken down van meant the Czechs
had to stay behind. An expected two-day sojourn evolved into a
week as spare parts became difficult to acquire in Cork.
Eventually, with another fortnight hovering on the radar the party
decided to fly home, with the van to be collected later. "It was a
surprise development but we have been glad to help out. We
admire what they are doing and they are most welcome," says Mr
Ian O’Sullivan winner of the Youghal CYMS Beginners Snooker Plaque with
Bulman. Killian McCarthy runner-up in the final of the tournament last weekend.
Rumours that the guests would be press-ganged into playing
Intermediate hurling have been denied by the GAA, while
Waterford selectors are said to have acquired the services of a
Deise-Czech translator too late. On sunday, 25th of May, We played host to the Cork senior stroke-
’Integrative Meetings of Friends’s agenda is extremely worthy as it play. In very windy conditions, the scoring was always going to
tirelessly strives to hammer down prejudice, fear and apathy. be difficult. After 36 holes, Ray Murphy and John walsh were tied
on -6. After a 9 hole playoff, John walsh came out on top. Thomas
"Disabled people can interact with mainstream society and can
lynch from E.S.B. finished third. Daren Collins from St. annes
contribute enormously to it," Mr. Chrabek repeats. "All we seek is
came in 4th with our own anthony o loughlin finishing in 5th
a fair chance." Thus far he has promoted that quest through place.
approximately 170 towns across 22 countries and covered 17,000 Next competition is being sponsored by Sammy’s butchers of
km of which over 9,000 km has been run. They have had audi- Youghal. The competition begins on Friday,30th of May, tee off
ences with Pope John Paul II in 2002 and several heads of state time 6:30 and continues on Saturday the 31st, tee off time 6:00.
have given their writing support. The series is expected to end in The club would like to send a get well soon message to sunny
summer 2009 in Andorra. Meanwhile Youghal GAA helped nine Mangan,we hope that it wont be long before we see sunny back
Czech participants to assimilate very well in 2008. on the first tee.Ladies morning every Wednesday at 10:30.
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

Tree Planting at Pobalscoil Na Tr on ide Leaving

Certificate Graduation Mass 2008
Pobalscoil Na Trionoide Photos by Michael Hussey

Fr. Patrick Relihan, Canon Tom Browne and Deputy Principal Bernie Heffernan
Andrew, Michael and Nessa Browne from Green Barn Garden & Lifestyle, spon- with Leaving Cert Graduation Class of 2008
sors of the Tree pictured at the Tree Planting with 2A2 CSPE Project Students
along with Seamus O’Ceallachain, Principal, Bernie Heffernan Deputy Principal,
Claire Fitzgerald Co-ordinator and Fr. Relihan School Chaplain.

Pioneer Total Abstinence

Association of The Sacred Heart
This year (2008) is the eightienth birthday of the Youghal Centre.
To commemorate the event, Mass will be celebrated in St. Mary s
Parish Church at 7.30pm on Friday 30th May, 2008 - The Feast of
the Sacred Heart. It is hoped that al Pioneers and their families
will attend. Pioneers from surrounding areas are also invited to
join us. Paddy Swayne - President, Billy Lynass - Secretary.

Teachers SiobhÆn Keniry and Elma Kent with Leaving Cert student Tony

A sunny May Monday evening welcomed audiences to the open-
ing night of the Chatterbox summer showcase which was held last
week in the Mall Arts Centre, Youghal. Girls and boys from the
Chatterbox school entertained full houses on both nights of the
show. After the official opening speech given by Mayor David
Savage, the curtains drew back revealing six dancers tapping their
toes to the song the best is yet to come . That certainly was the
case. As the song continued, we saw more dancers take to the Amanda de Bhiel, CÆit GairnØir, Brian Lotty, Heather N Dhonnchœ, Frank
stage adding their own unique style of dance. The crescendo of the Delaney and Christian N DhœnÆin
song saw 26 students dance in unison to an opening number that
set the standard for the rest of the show.
Each class had their moment in the spotlight. It was hard to
believe that some children were performing for the first time on
stage! Their smiles and energy aptly concealed any hidden anxi-
ety, leaving tears the reserve of the proud parents in the audience.
The colourful costumes and set, mixed with a good variety of
music from numerous genres plus the dramatic interludes made
for an evening that entertained both young and old.
As the final curtain came down on Tuesday night, weary heads
harbouring relentless smiles epitomised the heart of Chatterbox.
When is our next show? was the question echoing backstage.
Watch this space!
Tutors of 2008 - Aisling Cuddigan, Linda Donoghue and Rosari O’ Brien pictured
with Leaving Cert Graduation students Joe Budds, Jamie Hodnett, Greg

Harmony on Stage Jayawardene, Michael Coleman and Niall Griffin

Tutors of 2008 - Julette Murphy, Mary Jayawardene, Frank Delaney, SiobhÆn

Keniry, Brian Lotty and Aisling Cuddigan
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

Chatterbox Summer Showcase Community Fire Safety

Demonstration Unit At
Photo Michael Hussey

Kilcredan National School Photo Michael Hussey

Dance Tutor Ruth Hayes with the Chatterbox performers and stage hands after the
sell out performance of their annual dance and drama spectacular Summer show in
the Mall Arts Centre.

Sorcha Cooney, Asst. CFO; Tommy Roche, Youghal Station Officer; Donie
McCarthy, Youghal Firefighter; Frances Murray, Asst. CFO; Lys Sweeney,
Youghal Firefighter and Aaron Fahy, Asst. FO

Dance Tutor Ruth Hayes with her husband John and children Nicole and Robert
Youghal Firefighters Donie McCarthy and Tommy Roche with Kilcredan National

School children pictured during the Community Fire Safety Demonstration

Firefighter Tommy Roche demonstrates Firefighter Tommy Roche demonstrates

the danger of chip pan fires the danger of chip pan fires

Beginners Group: James Kelly, Andrew Joyce, Colby Lewis, Jamie Yellop, Daniel
Gunn and Killian McCarthy pictured with tournament Co-ordinator Brendan

Ian Hennessy presents The Moss Walsh Memorial Snooker Plaque to winner Youghal Firefighter Donie McCarthy shows the extreme danger of fire to the
Joseph Yellop and Lee Walsh runner-up Kilcredan National School children
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

In Memoriam
In Loving memory of a dear mother Annie
51 RAHEEN PARK, YOUGHAL late of 9 Dr. Kennedy Place, Youghal,
6TH JUNE 2007 who died 24th May 2006
The wife and family of the late Billy would like to If we could visit heaven,
thank all those who sympathised with them on the On this our saddest day,
sad loss of Billy. All those who visited our home, Maybe for a moment,
attended the Rosary, Funeral Mass and Burial. Those Our pain would go away,
who supported us during the wake, sent mass cards, We would put our arms around you,
letters of sympathy and floral tributes and those And say these words so true,
who travelled to be with us. We would like to thank Our lives have never been the same,
Dr. O’Callaghan, the ambulance crew, Colin and Since the day that we lost you.
staff of Egan’s Funeral Home, Canon Browne and Fr.
Birmingham and our neighbours and friends for
Sadly missed and always loved by your Sons and
their support, kindness and generosity. The Holy Daughters, John, Jimmy, Paddy, Stephen, Mary, Ann,
Sacrifice of the mass will offered for your intentions. Bridget, Helen and Lizzy

In Loving Memory of our dear brother
JOHN KENNEDY R.I.P. In Loving memory of a dear grandmother
and greatgrandmother
Late of 76, North Main Street, Youghal Annie (Nan) Hogan,
Who died on June 7th 2007 late of 9 Dr. Kennedy Place, Youghal,
who died 24th May 2006

A Wonderful brother If tears could build a stairway,

Always Remembered And memories a lane,
Never Forgotten I would walk my way to heaven,
And bring you back again
Sadly Missed by his sisters Betty, Bernie, Pearl
and extended Family Sadly missed and always loved by Anna, Stephen,
Tyrone, Troy & Tianna and all your other grandchil-
Anniversary Mass at St. Mary s Parish Church dren and greatgrandchildren who will always love
on Sunday 8th June at 12 o clock noon


(Never known to fail) (Never known to fail)
O most beautiful flower of mount Carmel, fruitful vine, splen- O most beautiful flower of mount Carmel, fruitful vine, splen-
dour of heaven, blessed mother of the Son of God, Immaculate dour of heaven, blessed mother of the Son of God, Immaculate
Virgin assist me in my necessity. O star of the sea help me and Virgin assist me in my necessity. O star of the sea help me and
show me herein you are my mother. O Holy Mary Mother of
show me herein you are my mother. O Holy Mary Mother of God,
God, queen of heaven and earth, I humbly beseech you from the
queen of heaven and earth, I humbly beseech you from the bot- bottom of my heart to succour me in this necessity: there are
tom of my heart to succour me in this necessity: there are none none that can withstand your power. O show me herein you are
that can withstand your power. O show me herein you are my my mother. O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who
mother. O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have have recourse to thee (3 times). Holy mother I place this cause
recourse to thee (3 times). Holy mother I place this cause into into your hands (3 times). Holy spirit you who solve all prob-
your hands (3 times). Holy spirit you who solve all problems, lems, light all roads so that I can attain my goal, you who gave
light all roads so that I can attain my goal, you who gave me the me the divine gift to forgive and forget all evil against me and
divine gift to forgive and forget all evil against me and that in all that in all instances of my life you are with me, I want in this
instances of my life you are with me, I want in this short prayer short prayer to thank you for all things as you confirm once
to thank you for all things as you confirm once again that I never again that I never want to be separated from you in eternal
glory. Thank you for your mercy towards me and mine. The
want to be separated from you in eternal glory. Thank you for
person must say this prayer on three consecutive days. After
your mercy towards me and mine. three days the request will be granted.
The person must say this prayer on three consecutive days. After
three days the request will be granted. This prayer must be pub- This prayer must be published after the favour is granted. -
lished after the favour is granted. -PMC Favour Granted. K.K.
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

Thundercats are Go in Youghal

Youghal is set to be the most exciting location in the country this Europe and both
coming June when the Thundercat European Beach Challenge sides of America.
takes place from the 20th to the 22nd. On water, on land and in the Pulling well over
air, the thousands that attend are promised world-class entertain- 2g on corners
ment for the entire family. For the first time ever in Ireland top these amazing
international Thundercat teams will race right on the shoreline, craft have a better
giving spectators a powerboating experience they can almost power-to-weight
reach out and touch. Unusually, for an Irish outdoor event, weath- ratio than a
er conditions are not an issue - if the weather is great then every- Ferarri. Racing at
one will enjoy a balmy, yet exciting weekend at the beach in speeds over 60
Youghal, but if the weather is in any way inclement then the mph they race a
Thundercat spectacle gets even more exciting. In short, whatever tight circuit right
the weather - Youghal is going to be the place to be. on the shoreline and race finishes often see them driving right up
Continuing the family-friendly theme of the weekend the organis- on to the beach at full speed. This is the first powerboat race to be
ers have packed a huge supporting festival into the three days of held in Ireland under the guidance of the Irish Sailing
the event. The largest firework display ever seen in these parts will Association’s (ISA) new Motorboat Division, and it is fitting that
kick off proceedings on the Friday night, preceded by a free out- Thundercats will kick-off what promises to be an exciting new era
door concert by ’Abbaesque’ and a parade by the Thundercats - all for Irish watersports. Exciting, challenging and great fun,
right in the centre of Youghal town. Daytime on Saturday and Thundercats look set to become a regular sight in Irish waters,
Sunday the action moves to Claycastle Beach (1 mile from the with many new Irish teams expected to be tempted into the series
town) where an exciting programme of land, sea and air displays due to their relatively low cost of purchase.
will keep all ages entertained from 10am each morning until 7pm While this year will be one of the largest free public events in the
each evening. And if that’s not enough, then there’s also a great country, the potential for Youghal is even greater. The town is cur-
boatshow, plus a food and craft market. In the evening the action rently in the running to become the location for the Northern
moves back into the centre of Youghal with even more great free European leg of the Powerboat P1 World Championship. This is
concerts and street entertainment. To make life easy for the thou- one of the biggest sporting events in the world with a global tele-
sands expected to attend, there will be a full park and ride service vision reach of 2.2 billion and an expected attendance of 150,000
in place with shuttle buses transferring visitors from designated spectators a day. If Youghal is successful then it would play host
parking locations to the main event site and Youghal town centre. to the event for five years, starting in 2009. The potential benefits,
This year’s event is completely free to the public and huge thanks not just to Youghal but the entire South-East coastline from
are extended to Cork County Council, Youghal Town Council, Waterford City right down into Cork Harbour, are staggering -
Youghal Socio-Economic Development Group and the business global media focus, direct economic impact of more than 260
community in Youghal for providing the funding required to make million, job creation and a massive tourism influx. P1 is the water-
an event of this enormous scale possible. based equivalent to Formula 1 Racing with all of the associated
Thundercats began life as surf-rescue boats in South Africa where glitz and glamour - pits, tented villages, VIP’s, concerts, interna-
they were the only boats that could go out into the wild Southern tional fashion shows and parties, etc. This is truly an exciting time
Ocean waves to rescue surfers. Following a eureka moment from for Youghal, and the people of the region are invited to come along
some of the rescue crews, these small inflatable craft started rac- this June 20th to 22nd to witness an amazing spectacle - and to be
ing in the surf just off the beach. They are now raced all over the able to say that they were there right at the start!
World, from South Africa to Australia, New Zealand, all over
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

St Ita’s Golf Classic

St Ita’s 2nd Golf Classic was
held on Wed 14th and Thursday
the 15th of May at Youghal Golf
Club. This was the second year
that St Ita’s have held this event
and it proved to be a very suc-
cessful event indeed. With so
many teams entering this year
the event committee had to add a
second day for the golfers to
take part in this fun competition. 1st Tourig Homes Pat, Kevin & Conor Coyne on 94pts team with H Nicholson
2nd non GUI Forrest & Walsh team
On the evening Fidelma (Richard McCarthy John Walsh)
Coleman opened the prize giv- YOUGHAL’S LONGEST RUNNING
ing welcoming everybody and thanking all who took part. Patsy ART CAMP MOVES TO NEW
O Regan from the Youghal Golf club then welcomed everyone
from St Ita’s to the Golf Club and commented on the hard work
the Committee had done to run the event and wished St Ita’s every The hugely successful community based art camp run by Diane
success. Club Chairman Sean Harnedy then spoke briefly about Magee and Jeni Dorrian Lee has been running in Youghal since
the club and success in the year gone by and how the club was 1995. Until this year the art camp has ran in Colaiste Eoin(Now
delighted at the amount of support they had received from every- The College of Further Education and Youth Reach). "Over the
one and from all who took part in the Golf Classic which was one last 12 years we have had the privilege of working with many of
of the main fundraising events of the colander year for St Ita’s. the same children, some of which have attended from age 5 to
Richard McCarthy spoke on behalf of the mains sponsors to the 12yrs and have even returned after that to help out! It’s no surprise
event were delighted to be associated with this classic, they were that we have an emotional attachment to the camp/school and
Multi Roofing, Farrell’s Bar Summerfield, Amac Agri Supplies pride ourselves on the high standard of work produced every year"
and Gazebos Restaurant. says Diane.
The prizes were then given out in the following order Summer Art Camp 08 has brought with it some new changes! This
Non GUI Players year the camp will be held in our local secondary school Pobail
5th 0n 67pts Malachy McCarthy, Mike Landers & Sean Harnedy Scoil na Trionoide. As a new school it offers fantastic facilities,
4th on 70pts Alan Downing, Patrick O Sullivan & Ed Coleman; which include two art rooms located beside each other on the
3rd on 79pts Henry Nicholson team; 2nd on 81pts Forrest & ground floor. Due to availability our regular dates have changed,
Walsh team; 1st on 91pts Specialist Welding Team Pat McCarthy, please see below
Luke Swayne & Liam Leahy; Best All Ladies Team on 70pts
Cielia Cotter, Katie Flavin & Noreen Cashman; Longest Drive
Gene Farrell; Nearest to pin Eddie Ryan; 10th Cathy Harnedy &
Friends on 87pts; 9th Noel Murphy Roofing (Back 9) on 87pts; Summer Art Camp Youghal,
8th Ray Rochford (Back 9) on 87pts; 7th The Quays -Billy at Pobailscoil na Trionoide
Joyce,Genie Sheils, John Power on 88pts; 6th Michael McCarthy, from Monday July 7th to Friday July 11th.
Danny McSweeny, Tadgh O Mahony on 89pts; 5th John Ferriters 10am -1.30pm.
team on 90 pts; 4th Berties Golf Society on 92 pts; 3nd Liam
Sloane Plastering on 93 pts; 2nd Kieran Coleman (Back 9) on 93
pts; 1st Tourig Homes Pat, Kevin & Conor Coyne on 94pts AND
Summer Art Camp Killeagh
at Killeagh Community Centre
from Monday July 21st to Friday July 25th.
10am -1.30pm.
All art materials are supplied.

For information/bookings you can contact Diane Magee at 087

3nd Liam Slaone Plastering team on 93 pts with H Nicholson Diane is a qualified art teacher who has taught art at secondary
level for 9 years. She is currently working full-time as a profes-
sional artist
Note: Jeni Dorrian Lee(a full- time art teacher in Pobailscoil na
Trionoide) is taking this year out from summer art camp.

2nd Kieran Coleman (Back 9) on 93 pts team with H Nicholson

Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

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Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

First Holy Communion Pobalscoil Na Trionioide

Students Raise 7,220
For Trocaire

Janet Twomey, Regional Co-Ordinator of Trocaire pictured with Shannen Seoighe,

Justin McCarthy, Jason O’Sullivan, Thomas O’Connor, Mark O’Mahoney, Johann
Brosnan and David Herlihy

Teacher Niamh O’Connor with the pupils of Park National School who received
their First Holy Communion in Inch Church on the 17th of May.


Occupational First Aid
Presentation of Certificates
On Tuesday 6th May at the Walter Raleigh Hotel
The Youghal Branch of the Red Cross Society was host to the
presentation of certificates to participants of an Occupational First
Aid Course given by Pat McCarthy at Pobalscoil na Trionoide.
On behalf of the Youghal Branch, Elaine Mulcare (Hon.
Chairperson) welcomed the Cork Area Chairman Denis Twomey
and expressed her appreciation at his support and dedication. She
also welcomed the course participants and praised them for their Janet Twomey, Regional Co-Ordinator of Trocaire pictured with top collector
commitment to finishing a tasking course. She also mentioned the Johann Brosnan
high esteem that the Red Cross certification in First Aid carries
worldwide, stressing the international recognition for the Red
Cross symbol and what it stands for.
Denis Twomey congratulated all those present who had attended
the course and reminded them that a lot of First Aid is common
sense but doing a course gives a person the confidence to act when
others hesitate to get involved. Doing a course also means that you
have practice and this makes you competent at what you do. He
added that very often it may be a family member or close friend
that you are called on to give first aid.
As a follow up to doing a basic first aid course Denis Twomey
reminded people that they could further their expertise by joining
the local branch of the Red Cross and take part in duties at sports
events and help out in the community: For example, a member Janet Twomey, Regional Co-Ordinator of Trocaire pictured with 4A1 Students who
always helps out at the Blood Bank. To further their skills they organised the Trocaire 24 Hour Fast
could also do an emergency First Responder Course or do a course
in Hand Care. Unit members also take part in competitions and it
is hoped that the local unit will be reactivated shortly.
Denis Twomey also gave some insight into how the Red Cross was
responding to International disasters such as Burma and the area
hit by the Tsunami. He congratulated the instructor Pat McCarthy
on his classe’s achievement and then went on to present the certs.
Fiona McMahon, Mike McMahon, Maurice Geoghegan, Ita
Treacy, Linda Donoghue, Eleanor Hegarty, Eamon Geary, Maire
Lagan, Yvonne McCarthy, Helen Landers, Levi Dewick, Alison
Scott Dewick,
Ann-Maria Broderick, Dympna Quill, Dano Hodnett, Ann Barry,
Janette Hickey, Selina Hickey, Kevin Gallogley.
The evening ended with tea and sandwiches and a photocall for all
those present including the officers of the local branch
The Red Cross are currently holding a First Aid course at Bru na Janet Twomey, Regional Co-Ordinator of Trocaire pictured with the top four col-
Si and the next course will be in the Autumn. lectors.
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

Youghal Visual Ar ts Festival 2008

Festival Highlights Youghal area will hold a Film Gala night where they will show-
The Central Gallery - A themed exhibition of work by local, case a selection of short films produced by the groups themselves.
national and international professional artists of high note. The For those more serious about art and creating it there will be a one
theme this year goes by the title of ’The Lost Summer’. day workshop held by Sarah Searson in which she will be able to
Walking Gallery - By using the shop and business windows guide and advise the new and developing professional artist
along the Main Street of Youghal, a mile long Gallery is created in through the minefield of Artist Promotion.
which a variety of visual art forms can be viewed. Works by local, All in all the Youghal Visual Arts Festival will be an exciting and
national and international artists. inspiring week for everyone!
Artist Development Workshops - A one day development course Further details of events and bookings can be made to 087
aimed at the semi-professional and professional artist of Cork 4126213 or by email to youghalvisualartsfestival@yahoo.co.uk
County will be held with a focus career development. Guest tutor Youghal Visual Arts Festival Arts and Crafts Shop Opening
will be Sarah Searson. With the building excitement of the upcoming ’Thundercats
Children’s Workshop days - A programme of workshops for Powerboat Weekend’ soon to hit our shores, Youghal Visual Arts
children where children can experiment with a variety of art skills Festival will be opening an Arts and Crafts Shop to raise vitally
in a series of artist led workshops. needed funds for the festival.
Windy Lane Puppet Theatre -A Shadow Puppet Show and stage Due to the expected large visitor numbers over this weekend we
has been created to a very high standard. The show is based on will utilize one of the currently vacant retail units on the Main
music by the Beetles and other favorite classics and is aimed at Street.
children from 0-99 years. The shop will hold a huge array of local arts and crafts from exqui-
Youghal Carpets The Final Days - This is an exhibition creat- site jewellery to beautiful paintings, greetings cards and pottery.
ed by local Artist Marcella Reardon and Derek Spiers initially for If you require further details or would like to exhibit in the shop
the Triskle Gallery in Cork. It chronicles the final days before the please call 087 4126213 or email:
closure of this historic company which has employed so many youghalvisualartsfestival@yahoo.co.uk
Youghal people over the years. Youghal Visual Arts Festival Timetable
Youth Film Festival - Saturday 26th July from 6pm the 5 youth Saturday 19th July: Opening evening in the Central Gallery by
groups show a series of short films created by themselves. invitation
Inter Schools Art Competition - During the course of the summer Sunday 20th: 2pm Family Sand Sculpture Workshop Mall Strand
term 5 local primary schools will encourage all children to enter Free Admission
this competition. The children will be asked to paint or draw a pic- Monday 21st: 10-noon Chalk & Pastel Workshops, 5-7 years by
ture using the title of ’Reasons to be cheerful’. The winning entries Amanda Hogan, 7+ years by Martina Cassidy
in this competition will be on display in the Youghal Town Library 2.30 - 4.30 pm Drawing & Painting, 7+ years by Eileen
during the month of July. McGoldrick
Liam O’Leary Exhibition - Liam O’Leary was the co-founder of Tuesday 22nd: 11 am Windy Lane Puppet Theatre Ages 0-99+
the Irish Film Society. The festival committee has been years Free admission
approached by Liam’s sister who holds much of his published his- 2pm Windy Lane Puppet Theatre Ages 0-99+ years Free
tory including photographs of him and by him and newspaper Admission
clippings tracing his career and role in Irish Film culture. Wednesday 23rd: 10 - noon Creative Painting, 5+ years by
The Youghal Visual Arts Festival held the official launch of this Amanda Hogan
year’s festival. This follows months of hard work put in by the Thursday 24th: 10 - noon Papercraft, 5+ years by Susan Herlihy
committee to create a programme of events to delight and enter- 10 - noon Jewellry making, 5+ years by Lorraine Sweeney
tain all. Friday 25th: 2.30 - 4.30pm Jewellery Making, 5+ years by
The programme includes a host of attractions from quality art by Lorraine Sweeney
professional local, national and international artists in the Central Saturday 26th: 2pm Street Mural, All ages by Amanda Hogan
Gallery to an exhibition of children’s work by the winners of the Youth Film Gala
inter primary schools competition. Not forgetting the spectacular Sunday 27th: Central Gallery closes at 4pm
’Walking Gallery’ where the Main Street of Youghal is transformed All details are correct at time of publication (29.5.2008) The
into an enthralling gallery experience. YVAF committee reserve the right to make any necessary changes
The much acclaimed Youghal Carpets Exhibition by local artist details of which will be displayed in local press. Early bookings
Marcella Reardon and fellow artist Derek Spiers makes a wel- are strongly advised to avoid disappointment. All workshops are
come debut in Youghal. The exhibition is a photographic chroni- subject to a 8 admission fee per child unless otherwise stated.
cle of the final weeks of the world famous Youghal Carpets Bookings are taken on a first come first served basis payment in
Factory before its closure in 2007. full secures space.
In recognition of the contribution made by local man Liam
O’Leary to the founding of the Irish Film Society in 1936, a sam-
ple of his work will be on display.
If this is not enough to keep you interested there is an extensive
programme of artist led workshops for the children and even a
Family Fun Day
couple for the family. There will be the chance to experience a Sunday 8th June 2-5pm, College Gardens, Emmet Place, Youghal.
wide range of art media from pastel to paint, sand and even shav- Come and Enjoy: Bouncy Castle, Splat the Rat, Cakes, Plants,
ing foam. Refreshments, Spin the Wheel, Funny Photos, Balloons, Face
As a special treat for the whole family why not come and see the Painting, Guessing Games, Bottle Tombola, Kids Model Painting,
unique and captivating show by the local Windy Lane Puppet Book & Game Stall, Wet Sponge Game, and a Grand Summer
Theatre. Two free shows will be held for all to enjoy with music Raffle.
by the Beatles and other popular favourites this show is sure to Also Featuring: Glamorous Grannys & Knobbly Knees competi-
entertain all children from 1 - 101+ years of age. tion - prizes to be won
Keeping on the local theme, five local Youth groups from the All proceeds to South Abbey N.S. parent teacher association.
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JUNIOR HURLING LEAGUE 13/05/2008 Sheila, 3rd Gene & Maughread. Best of last five: Mick &
KILLEAGH 2-3 V YOUGHAL 1-18 Sheelagh. Last game: Willie & Mossie.
A very strong performance from the Junior hurlers against our The long awaited intercounty Championship season is upon us at
near neighbour Killeagh on a perfect evening for Hurling. last and applications for tickets for the upcoming Hurling Game
Youghal started the stronger and continued to pile on the pressure between Cork and Tipp in the Park are invited as follows. Cork v
throughout. A big performance from Barry Ring scoring 10 points Tipperary Munster Senior Hurling Championship Sunday 8th
helped towards an emphatic victory. Team: S. Spillane, S. Kelly, June. Applications are invited in writing only and can be deliv-
T. Griffin, Michael O’ Brien, D. Savage, Martin O’ Brien, S. ered to the post box at Copperalley or Club Aras no later than
Twomey, G. Hogan, 0-1, B. Moloney 0-1, C. O’ Mahony 0-5, B. 9pm Thursday 29th of May. Please indicate which type of ticket
Ring 0-10, G. Geary, D. Hickey, J. Garola 1-0, M. Cronin 0-1. you are applying for i.e. Stand, Terrace, Family, Student, etc. The
Subs: D. Coyne, D. Feehan, P. Mackey, C. Walsh. club will have a limited allocation of tickets from the County
Board and there will be disappointments due to circumstances
JUNIOR HURLING LEAGUE 16/05/2008 outside of the clubs control.
Youghal were again on the road for the second time in 3 days and JUVENILE CLUB:
again came away with a great result and an impressive display. YOUGHAL 2-1 V KILLEAGH 3-0 20/05/2008
The team is shaping up nicely before the Championship having The Youghal U8 team played their first match of the year on
swept all before them aside be it at a lower grade than Tuesday last. They were pitched against neighbouring Killeagh.
Championship. A point to note is that all 8 attacking players got The first half saw a more experienced Killeagh dominate with 3
on the score sheet. Team: A. Curtin, S. Kelly, Michael O’ Brien, goals despite valiant defending by the Youghal boys. The Goal
Martin O’ Brien, D. Savage, A. Geary, A. Kenny, B. Moloney 0- tally would have been greater but for the hard work of backs such
3, P. O’ Laochdha 0-1, C. O’ Mahony 0-4, B. Ring 0-9, M. Cronin as Kyle Brown, Rory McSweeney and Colm Breslan. Youghal
0-2, D. Feehan 0-1, G. Geary 0-1, J. Ganola. nerves settled in the second half and the momentum shifted leav-
Subs: D. Hickey, G. O’ Sullivan, S. Spillane, S. Cheasty, C. ing most of the play in the Killeagh half. The midfield pairing of
Galvin. Jake O’ Brien and Liam Ansbro Moylan put in 2 goals and a point
to make the final quarter a cliff hanger. An inspirational svae from
JUNIOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE 20/05/2008 Youghal Goal keeper Ben Dalton gave further impetus to the
YOUGHAL 0-13 V DUNGOURNEY 1-10 Youghal effort, however a resilient Killeagh held onto a two point
A good outing for the footballers who have not had a game since margin at the end. Based on this performance and given that this
the opening game of the Championship, and the lack of game was the first ever match for most of the Youghal lads great things
time was evident early on where the visitors went 3 points up in are expected from this Team over the coming years. Team: Ben
the opening few minutes. Youghal eventually got to grips with Dalton, Kyle Brown, Conor Cremin, Ethan Cliffe, Rory
things and but for a soft goal near the break would have been well McSweeney, Colm Breslan, Peter Kirk, Jake O’ Brien, Liam
ahead at the break. Dungourney to their credit stuck to the task Ansbro Moylan, Jake Cooper, Padraig Quilliagan, Ruar
aided by the breeze in the second half and fought hard to earn a McMahon, Aaron O’ Regan, Ross Bulman, Christian Persaud,
draw. Jake McGrath, Conor Donovan, Tiernan McCarthy, Sean Flavin,
Team: D. Kilgannon, A. Fox, P. O’ Laochdha, S. Kelly, D. Adam & Cian O’ Sullivan, Calum Malone, Aidan Kelly.
Savage, S. Twomey, N. O’ Laochdha, C. Spillane, N. Roche 0-5,
N. Farrelly 0-2, P. Monaghan, S. Supple, S. Spillane, M. Mulcahy U14 FOOTBALL LEAGUE
0-2, D. Mulcahy 0-1, B. Ring. KILLEAGH 4-6 V YOUGHAL 2-6 23/05/2008
This had all the makings of a great contest, Killeagh had reached
INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL LEAGUE 23/05/2008 the final of the FØile Competition and Youghal have been going
YOUGHAL 2-5 V NEMO RANGERS 1-12 well in the league to date. The game started out competitively and
A fancied Nemo team travelled to Copperally for a fast paced remained a tight and fast paced game for the opening quarter with
encounter that gives some confidence to the Youghal boys ahead nothing between the sides, but after this things started to go
of next Saturdays must win Championship game. Nemo were wrong. Through no fault of their own or lack of effort Youghal
lively going forward but struggled to contain a rejuvenated were always chasing this game. The performance of the man in
Youghal team who gave it their all before Nemo ran up 3 or 4 the middle and the biased shown left both camps scratching their
quick points midway through the second half to give them a bit heads. What should have been a cracker was ruined by the refer-
of daylight. Overall a pleasing performance for the selectors. ee. Youghal had two goals disallowed for very questionable deci-
Team: P. Mackay, P. O’ Laochdha 1-0, N. Farrelly, S. Kelly, A. sions and on the other hand Killeagh were awarded a goal for a
Kenny, B. Coleman, A. Fox, B. Cooper, R. Cunningham 0-2, B. clear cut square ball. Youghal were still in this going into the last
Ring 0-1, P. Monaghan 0-1, N. Roche, V. Murphy 0-1, M. few minutes with only a goal in it when the referee awarded a
Mulcahy, E. Coleman. penalty to a young Killeagh lad who lost his balance trying to
Subs: D. Hickey, C O’ Laochdha, S. Flynn 1-0. kick the ball with nobody within touching distance. The kick was
brilliantly saved by Dillon Mason but for the referee asking it to
FIXTURES: be taken again for reasons only known to him. This time the
I.H.L. YOUGHAL V COURCEY ROVERS Killeagh taker held his nerve and buried the penalty. Killeagh
COPPERALLEY MONDAY 2ND JUNE 7PM were the better team on the night but both camps went home dis-
I.H.L. YOUGHAL V AGHBULLOGUE satisfied with the evening. Hopefully we will meet again later in
AWAY SATURDAY 7TH JUNE 7PM the year when we are sure to see a classic game between two very
I.F.C. YOUGHAL V KISKEAM competitive teams.
MOURNE ABBEY SATURDAY 31ST MAY 7PM Team: D. Mason, G. O’ Regan, M. Coady, R. O’ Sullivan, D.
Walsh, D. Twomey, L. McCarthy, S. Sheehan, K. Ansbro, C.
45 CARD DRIVE RESULTS: Coyne, D. Lewis, J. Caliac, J. Whelan, D. O’ Mahony, B.
6th May: 1st Joan & Mary, 2nd and 3rd divided Pearl & Richie, Donohoe. Subs: O. Dempsey, J. Murphy, C. Farrell, J. Power, M.
Aileen & Bernie. Best of last five: Ann & Dick. Last game: Pearl Kenefick, D. Malone, D. Daly.
& Sarah. 13th May: 1st Gene & Maughread, 2nd and 3rd divided Congratulations to Sarah, Eileen, Laura and Denny who won
Aileen & Bernie, Pearl & Richie. Best of last five: Jo & Ann. Last 250 in the County Board Lotto Draw last week. The May draw
game: Dick & Ann. 20th May: 1st Ann & Angeline, 2nd Mary & takes place on Friday Night 30th.
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


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In Memoriam
In loving memory of our Dad and Granddad
In loving memory of a wife and mother
Wm. (Billy) Flavin
God saw the road was long, late of 51 Raheen Park, Youghal
The hill was hard to climb,
He gently closed your loving eyes, We thought of you with love today,
But that is nothing new,
And whispered peace be thine, We thought about you yesterday
We shall meet again in a better place, And the days before that too.
Where farewell is never spoken, It broke our hearts to lose you,
But you did not go alone,
We shall clasp each other by the hand, Part of us went with you
And that clasp shall not be broken, On the day God called you home
Forever in our hearts and thoughts.
Love always Jean, Luke, Iona and Coran, sons in law
Always remembered with love from your husband
Maurice, sons William and Eoin, family and friends John and Billy and grand-daughters Erin and Robyn


Maurice, William & Eoin would like to thank most sincerely
all those who sympathised with us on our sad loss. Thanks to
all who attended Rosary, Removal, Mass and Burial, to all
who sent mass cards, enrolment letters of sympathy to our VOLUNTEERS REQUIRED!
family, kind neighbours, friends, to the doctors and nurses To make Youghal’s European Beach
who looked after Helen during her illness, to Noel & Challenge Festival a REAL success, volun-
Assumpta Hogan for their kindness to Helen. Most sincere
thanks to my brother Jimmy and his wife Tisha, Jimmy
teers of ALL ages are required
Morey and his wife Elizabeth, Sr. Bernadette, Una, Maureen,
Terry and my sister Hannah who came from America to see to work with the organising committee in advance of,
Helen before she died. Also my aunt Edith, cousin (friend) and over the course of the weekend June 20th -22nd
Annabel from London and their families. To Helen s cousins (Stewarding, Distribution of Promotional Material etc)
Tresa Ross and Helen Goulding who came to see Helen
every day at the hospital and they had some good laughs To volunteer, please call Youghal Tourist
together. To Youghal Credit Union, Cooper s Kitchens and Office/Youghal Chamber on: 024-20170
Doyle s Takeaway for the respect shown to Helen. Special or email: info@youghalchamber.ie
thanks to Helen and Mikey Landers for their kindness to us.
Helen called Friday the 25th May to sympathise and for the and register your details. Thank you!
next three days she could not have been better to us and she
made endless pots of tea and coffee for people - we wouldn t YOUGHAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT GROUP
even know where to begin to say thank you to her. Thanks

Tree Planting at
also to Donie and Yvonne McCarthy who were a great sup-
port to us. Also to Patrick McCarthy Ambulance Service and
all those who brought sandwiches and cakes to the house. To
Fr. Birmingham who said rosary at home for Helen, Canon
Pobalscoil Na Trionoide
Tom Brown who said mass and for the lovely way he spoke
about Helen from the alter and for the way he brought Helen
back to us for those few moments he spoke of her, a memo-
ry never to be forgotten. Also to Egan s Funeral Home for
their professionalism and respect for Helen. Please accept
this acknowledgement as a token of our appreciation. The
Holy Sacrifice of the mass has been offered for your inten-

Dear Heart of Jesus in the past I have asked for many favours. This
time I ask you this special one (Mention Favour). Take it dear Heart
of Jesus and place it within your own broken heart where your father
sees it, then in His merciful eyes it will become your favour, not Andrew, Michael and Nessa Browne from Green Barn Garden & Lifestyle, spon-
mine. Amen. Say this prayer for three days, and favour will be grant- sors of the Tree pictured at the Tree Planting with 2A2 CSPE Project Students
along with Seamus O’Ceallachain, Principal, Bernie Heffernan Deputy Principal,
ed. Never known to fail. M.M. Claire Fitzgerald Co-ordinator and Fr. Relihan School Chaplain.
Youghal News.....May 29th 2008


A colour proposal for the streets of Youghal

Youghal Town Council intends to introduce a Heritage Paint Scheme for the Historic Core of
the Town. As part of this scheme free Architectural Advice will be given to each individual
client, together with a level of grant aid dependant on the type and size of the clients proper-

An information document is available from the offices of Youghal Town Council explaining the core prin-
cipals of the scheme. Before the scheme commences in general, Youghal Town Council intends to paint two
properties free of charge, as samples, of what the scheme intends to achieve. If you would like your proper-
ty to be considered as one of these free samples please apply now in writing to Sean McLoughlin, Town
Architect, Youghal Town Council, Mall House, Youghal before 15th June next.

The Town Architect will consider all applicants, prior to picking two to proceed with. Once these samples
properties have been finished, the general scheme will be rolled out and the individual consultations and
assessments will commence. This scheme provides the community, of the historic core with a fantastic
opportunity, to facelift the streetscape of the town.


Youghal News.....May 29th 2008

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