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Youghal News
Vol. 4 Issue 15 May 31st 2007
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Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Women's Network Evening

at the Mall Arts Centre

Kitty and Lyn O'Loughlin Anne Moore and Helen O'Connell

Sharon Lupton, Equality for Women pictured with Guest Speakers Margaret
Andersen, Beauty Therapist and Barry Treacy Manager of Youghal Credit Union

Ed Coree Memorial Best Gross Paul Moylan accepts his prize from Eileen Coree.
Also included Seamus Carney captain and John Walsh president

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Ed Coree Memorial 1st Place Ken Hennessy 44pts accepts his prize from Eileen
Kitty and Sylvia Stack with Margaret Griffin Coree. Also included Seamus Carney captain and John Walsh president
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007


By Christy Parker

The Draft Conservation and Management Plan for Youghal Town

Walls was launched at the Irish Walled Towns Network confer-
ence. The consultancy team, headed by Archaeological
Consultants & Project Managers Margaret Gowen & Co. Ltd,
found that over 700 metres of surviving wall are intact and acces-
sible or viewable by the public. Importantly, its former tower sites
and below-ground walls remain identifiable, meaning the con-
course of the old town can be traced, marked and marketed -and
its story told.

Tom McCarthy, Marian O'Halloran and John Kelly from the Youghal Celebrates

warn against interim dangers from increased public access and

individual development actions without regard to the overall,
phased strategy.
The Draft Plan advocates further strategic planning prior to taking
proposed actions and the sourcing of consistent funding. Most
crucially, it seeks the vision's "full integration into planning poli-
cy and guidelines, including national trends in the preservation,
conservation and presentation of town walls".
Potential strategies suggested are: Short-term (1-3 years):
Undertake detailed wall survey at key locations to monitor future
Michael Starrett, Heritage Council, Mayor Sammy Revins, Liam Ryan Town Clerk movement of the wall; remove vegetation; strengthen and support
and Margaret Gowen, conservation manager for Youghal town walls the pedestrian route at the top of the Jail Steps and where the steps
The Plan notes that: cross Ashe Street, plus signage and hard landscaping; prepare an
The intact walls need urgent remedial work, especially as tree elevation view of the western wall, probably as viewed from
roots and vegetation threaten their stability, while past and inap- inside the town, for consideration in developing wall and tree
propriate building against the structures, cracked masonry from canopy walks.
previous repairs and some vandalism poses further destabilisation.
Within the historic town core, 'potentially immense dividends'
may accrue from marrying urban regeneration with support for the
town's heritage. Stone masonry characterises much of Youghal's
heritage structures and the plan advises it be recognised and
retained as "a significant heritage resource linked to the town's
history." In the Market Square, for example, Old Red Sandstone
should predominate.
There is "an opportunity to create a sense of entry into the 'old
town' at several locations", given appropriate landscaping, traffic
calming and signage. Within the 'old town', the enhancement of
civic spaces and amenities is considered but materials and signage
should be consistent and linked to the town's heritage identity.
(This presumably excludes garish, warnings against dog walking
being attached to old, stone walls at the entrance to heritage sites!)
Restoration of the walls is a long-term strategy and the consultants
warn against interim dangers from increased public access and
Geraldine O'Connell Youghal Town Council, Lucy Heaphy, Heritage Committee,
Ellen Morgan, and Catherine Desmond, Dept. of Environment

Medium-term: (3-10 years): Improve public presentation of the

wall and develop car park facilities on Raheen Road; Re-open
some windows of the former hospital to re-establish spectacular
view; create an urban park within the College gardens with a small
playground area for children; improve presentation of Market
Square by marking the line of the town wall with suitable paving;
develop car park at Dominic Collins Place and encourage pedes-
trian traffic from there to St. Mary's and College.
Long-term (up to 20 years): Create a linear walk to follow the
length of the standing remains of the external face of the wall; use
hard landscaping and different paving to identify the location of
the town wall in public areas, where it is found during archaeolog-
ical investigation.
Medwyn Jones, Denbigh Town Clerk, Geraldine O'Connell Youghal Town
Council, Liam Ryan Town Clerk, Maud Duthie-van der Venne, Chester City
The full draft plan will be published in June and can be viewed at
Council and Ian Poole, English Historic Towns Forum the Town Hall and Library.
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Irish Walled Towns

Photographic Competition

Ellen Morgan, Mayor Sammy Revins, Liam Ryan Town Clerk and Eamonn
McEneaney pictured at the Launch of Youghal Town Walls Conservation and
Management Draft Plan.

Town Clerk Liam Ryan, Chairman Walled Town Networks pictured with Cllrs.
Olly Casey, Michael Beecher, Liam Burke, Michelle Hennessy and Sandra
McLellan and Students Yves Sohege, South Abbey; Sarah Mulcahy, Bun Scoil and
Calum Gallogley, Gael Scoil Chorain at the launch of the competition

Liam Burke Youghal Town Council, Sean McLoughlin and Paul Murray Cork
County Council pictured at the Launch of Youghal Town Walls Conservation and
Management Draft Plan.

Yves Sohege, South Abbey; Alison Harvey, Heritage Council, Sarah Mulcahy, Bun
Scoil , Mayor Sammy Revins, Calum Gallogley, Gael Scoil Chorain and Ellen
Morgan, Heritage Committee at the launch of the competition

Students of Local Schools pictured at the Launch of the Photographic Competition

Eamonn O Brien, proprietor of Art Gallery 126 pictured with artist Valerie Walsh
Jolley at the launch of her solo exhibition last weekend.

Youghal Meals on Wheels

THE committee of Youghal Meals on Wheels would like to thank
most sincerely the employees of Couristan Carpets for their very
Rose Ryall, conservation officer generous donation of €670. This was surplus money from their
Waterford County Council
enjoying the sunny break at the David Kelly Youghal Celebrates History and
sick pay scheme. Their generosity is very much appreciated and
forum Daniel Noonan Archaeologist the money will be put to very good use.
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Youghal Town Walls Dinner

at the Mall Arts Centre Photo Michael Hussey

Peter Maines, Chris Winter, EHTF, Helen Mackessy, Michael Beecher and Ian Heritage Ladies; Lucy Heaphy, Ellen Morgan, Jennifer Hoare, Maria Cooney and
Poole Catherine Desmond

Liam Ryan, Chairman Walled Town Networks, Town Cryer Cliff Winser pictured with Seamus
Michael Starrett, Chief Exec. Heritage Council, and Curran, Vice President Youghal Chamber and Michael
Mary Linehan Foley, Ellen Morgan and Pat Collins Mayor Sammy Revins Farrell, President Youghal Chamber

Cllr. Liam Burke and Margaret Gowen, Liam Ryan, Chairman Walled Town Networks; Barbara Murray MCC; Aoife
Cllrs. Sandra McLellan and Michelle conservation Manager for Youghal
Hennessy with Joan Keane and Sheila Town Walls Murray and Mayor Sammy Revins

Alison Harvey, Heritage Council and Mayor Sammy Revins makes a presen- Mayor Sammy Revins makes a presen-
Liam Ryan, Chairman Walled Town tation to Catherine Desmond, D.O.E. tation to Liam Ryan, Chairman Walled
Networks Louise Phelan with Cllr. David Savage Town Networks
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007


By Christy Parker hopes to return, but to invite us over. Youghal councillors engaged
informally with Mr. Jones, on twinning possibilities with Denbigh,
Youghal's climb towards national and international recognition as which has a 9,000 population and, though inland, many similari-
a significant heritage centre received a leg-up when it recently ties with its east Cork equivalent.
hosted the fifth Irish Walled Towns Network (IWTN) conference. Yet, vigilance is needed to prevent vulgarity undermining the
Over 100 guests from Ireland and Britain attended the two-day valiant. "How can they promote heritage when they let ugly, tall
event, which was financed and hosted by Youghal Town Council buildings go up?", was recently asked. The terrible, visual impact
through its heritage steering committee. of the Moll Goggin apartments is now loathed into legend.
While the occasion was boosted by the awarding of two grants, Meanwhile, while promoting "the wonderful view" from atop the
totalling €120,000, towards the town's Heritage Plan, it also town walls at Raheen Road, Youghal Council oversaw an even
emphasised the many valuable assets Youghal possesses as a higher view of the Ferry Point obliterated by a towering apartment
tourist destination. Delegates resoundingly praised the town's his- complex at Store Street. Culture long previously sold out to com-
torical and scenic attractions, its culture and catering and, repeat- merce when the warehouse at Greens Quay hid Monatrea and
edly, its friendliness. Many vowed to return. nowadays that hideous shed offers a charming hue of running rust
The IWTN comprises 20 Irish walled towns and was established from an elevated perspective.
by the Irish Heritage Council in 2005 'to co-ordinate the efforts of Some heritage sites are poorly sign-posted. Access to the new
local authorities to manage and conserve historic walled towns.' town wall walk via the College gardens is dependant on guess-
Youghal Town Clerk Liam Ryan is its current chairman. work at the gate. Instead, visitors meet a jarring, red, authoritarian
Amongst the distinguished visitors who brought their views and 'No Dogs Allowed' warning, while that warmest of words, 'wel-
experience of walled town preservation and marketing, were Ian come', is conspicuously absent.
Poole of the English Historic Towns Forum, London planning con- Meanwhile, prior to the bouncy boat trips, the conference greeted
sultant Lia Ghilardi, Anne Marie Caulfield, Principal Officer of 5th & 6th class pupils from Youghal's three national schools. They
the Dept of Environment, Heritage and Local Government and were given cameras, courtesy of the council and Irwin's photo
Margaret Parker of Chester City Council. They joined Damien shop, with a mandate to capture the town walls imaginatively and
O'Brien of Failte Ireland's Culture and Heritage Unit, Michael creatively over the coming weeks. There will be five category win-
Starrett, Chief Executive of the Heritage Council and Maud ners as well as entry to a national competition. All photos will be
Duthie-van der Venne, a EU co-ordination Manager who assists displayed in St. Mary's College on August 26th. Like the children,
regions to form partnerships and co-operate on common projects. Youghal's heritage is the future.
Day1 marked Official Business. There was unanimous praise both
for the setting of St. Mary's Collegiate Church and the excellence FIRST HOLY COMMUNION IN GORTROE
of those who delivered talks to the attendance. Much information
was exchanged and future strategies towards walled town preser-
vation and promotion suggested.
Day2 brought sightseeing and shopping plus an outer harbour
cruise aboard a yacht and a catamaran managed by Youghal's new
river service, Aquatrek. Unfortunately, a tempestuous tide meant
passengers experienced something not dissimilar to being drunk
on a trampoline. As the view from half way to Capel Island
become almost inverted the food of the previous night's welcom-
ing dinner threatened to return to Le Gourmet.
Ultimately though, the two days threw up only positives. The Irish
Heritage Council's €120,000 funding suggests that Youghal's plan
to secure a more prosperous future by preserving and promoting
its past, is viable. The larger, €80,000, grant will meet remedial
work on trees currently endangering sections of the town walls.
The remaining €40,000 will benefit a Public Realm Plan to help Molly O’Reilly, Aoife Geary, Adam Swayne, Fiona Geary, Sephen
"improve lighting, flowering, paving, signage and overall presen- Stefano, Leanne Fitzgerald, Aoife O’Sullivan and Joanne Geary who
tation of the town's historic centre". received their first Holy Communion pictured with Canon Tom Browne,
Sceptics argue that the Heritage trail won't lead to riches. their teacher Ms. Anne Beecher and Altar servers
Advocates say it offers a sustainable industry unencumbered by
the whims of foreign investors. Ian Poole of the English Historic
Towns Forum lives in Colchester where, he says, the heritage
industry and its spin-offs "create a few thousand jobs". He spends
his life immersed in heritage across Europe and believes "Youghal
has enormous potential. Heritage accumulates over hundreds and
thousands of years. If you retain that core, add in the friendliness,
the shops, the services, etc, people will come. I've seen it happen.
Your shop front poster will even be going on my wall", he adds.
Few towns are as walled as Derry. Tony Monaghan, re-generation
officer with Derry City council, found Youghal "laden with char-
acter and potential. Derry is now seeing the benefits of capitalis-
ing on the opportunities brought by heritage and so can Youghal. I
really like this town and I'll certainly be coming back".
Betty Quinn and Deirdre Russell are engaged in a similar project
in Drogheda. "The heritage and walls are fantastic. Youghal is
beautiful and we'll definitely return", they agreed.
Leanne Fitzgerald who received her first Holy Communion with her
Meddwyn Jones, town clerk of Denbigh in north Wales not just family
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007


Report of the Town Clerk on matters arising from the minutes of Cork County Council Items - Report by Cllr. Murray.
the monthly meeting held on 02nd April 2007. Cllr. Murray announced the Youghal Library will open at its new
location in the River Gate Mall on June 5th. On May 16th
HOUSING & BUILDING: Bealtaine will hold a session of stories and song at the library's
1. Jennifer Hoare has been appointed as the new Tenant Liaison current home on May 16th at 3pm. She added that Failte Ireland's
Officer for Youghal. The contract is for an initial 12 months and Product Development funding phase one has started with the clos-
the post is 75% funded by the Department of the Environment, ing date for submissions on May 22nd. The Cllr. said. "We would
Heritage and Local Government. Jennifer's office number is (024) hope to have submissions in for phase two."
90412 and she is currently working on Estate Enhancement proj- She advised members that the Serviced Land Initiative Water
ects for Gallagher's Terrace, Raheen Park and Blackwater Heights. Main funding has been sanctioned and at present with consultants
She is also liaising to prepare tender documents for the refurbish- but, 'the process will be slow' and Youghal Sewage Scheme fund-
ment works for Council houses at Blackwater Heights. ing of €14m has been sanctioned. "Cork County Council can now
ROADS & FOOTPATHS: appoint consultants," she concluded.
1) No submissions were received for the Heritage Regeneration
Works at Church Street. Subsequently, a new tendering procedure Other Issues.
will now have to commence. This will have the effect of delaying Cllr. Casey said he cannot source water quality data on the Cork
the works programme on the street by a number of months, possi- County Council website. The Town Engineer informed him that he
bly with a start date of Mid-August. The works on the street will was told the information is on the internet. (However, this only
be completed in at least two phases commencing with the western serves Cork County Council network and not the internet). Cllr.
end of the street first. Burke requested information update on blue flag status at
WATER & SEWERS: Redbarn, the emergency access for Sruthan na Saille, and work on
1) The reservoirs are at full capacity currently with the average the sea wall. He also pointed out that a blue 'turn left' sign at the
daily demand ranging from 570,000 gallons per day. All sewerage killeagh side of the by-pass is obscuring the sign for Youghal and
pumpstations are currently operating to capacity and I am aware of suggested they be placed together. Cllr. Beecher wanted to know
no problems currently with the drainage system. if there is a connection between large articulated trucks using
2) Minister Roche has approved €14m for the Youghal Main Youghal landfill and the odour that is currently emanating from
Drainage Scheme under the Department's Water Services there. "What's causing this terrible smell. What kind of waste are
Investment Programme 2005 - 2007. The Youghal Scheme will they tipping there and where is it coming from?" he asked. The
provide for the repair and upsizing of existing sewers, together Town Engineer suggested that the odour could be coming from the
with the construction of new pumping stations and rising mains to mud banks of the river. This was dismissed by Councillors off
serve the town and environs. Cork County Council also proposes hand. The County Manager interjected that the Environmental
to build a new wastewater treatment plant for the town, which will Protection Agency monitors the landfills closely. The Cllr. sought
significantly enhance the local environment by eliminating information on the incompletion of the pathway by the swimming
untreated discharges to the Blackwater River. This important pool, the super-loo at Claycastle and the proposed reduction of the
scheme will provide Youghal with a modern wastewater treatment speed limit at the Quarry Road and Cock and Bull area. Cllr.
facility and collection system. Overall, the scheme will have very Hennessy asked that Cork County Council investigate the feasibil-
positive environmental benefits locally and will also facilitate ity of putting two more disabled car parking spaces outside
future residential and commercial development in Youghal for Bunscoil Mhuire. Cllr. Savage sought information on the progress
years to come. Approval of the scheme design now clears the way of the proposed new fire station. While complimenting the new
for Cork County Council to prepare contract documents for the advertising signs on the outskirts of town depicting images of
scheme, with a view to seeking tenders at the earliest possible Youghal, he asked, "Is that it?" The Town Clerk responded by say-
date. ing the Council were 'very lucky' to get two signs from the NRA
when he had asked for six. He assured the Cllr. he will try again in
the future. Cllr. savage also suggested that Youghal Council con-
1. A sub committee meeting of Youghal Town Council will be held
tact Waterford Council with the purpose of improving the
at 7.30 on Monday 28th May to consider the Manager's Section II Rhinecrew roundabout.
Report on the 43 initial submissions received for the Youghal
Mayor's Business.
Town Development Plan 2009 - 2016. A detailed presentation will
The Mayor asked Councillors for their support in writing a letter
be given by Mr. Sean Connolly of the Architects Department of to Minister Haughey to secure funding for the ongoing work of the
Cork County Council.
Youghal Youth Project. The group draws its financial dependence
from the dormant funds. The Mayor announced that Cumman na
1. The National Walled Towns Conference will be held in Youghal Daoine have been successful in securing the League of the Cross
this week on Thursday and Friday the 17th & 18th of May. We
building as their new home.
expect visitors from 20 towns in Ireland as well as international
Motion in the name of Cllr. Burke seconded by Cllr. Casey:
guests from England, Wales and Croatia. A full agenda is attached "That this Council makes provision in the Draft 2008 Budget in
for you and a full information pack is available at registration on
the sum of €60,000 for the employment of additional outdoor
Thursday morning.
staff". Speaking on this motion the Cllr. said. "There has been an
2. National Walled Towns Day is being held this year on 26th unprecedented expansion of Youghal. However, the number of
August during Heritage Week. An Open Medieval Family Day is
outdoor staff has remained virtually unchanged. The level of work
being planned to mark the day in St. Mary's College Gardens and
that has to be tackled has shown a commensurate increase and the
I attach details on same for your information. challenge for the Council has been immense in allocating
resources. The Council has invested in vans and mechanisation in
an endeavour to utilise staff to the fullest potential. The people of
1. Maria Carney has been appointed on an initial 12 month con- Youghal are entitled to the highest level of service and extra staff
tract to oversee the Youghal Enterprise Centre Project. No submis-
will have to be employed. A budget figure of €60,000 would
sions were received during the advertised tendering process and
employ two personnel subject to agreement from Cork County
subsequently the works will have to be tendered again resulting in Council. And the Department of the Environment." Cllr. Casey
a delay in the start date. It is now envisaged that this project will
supported the motion and pointed out that the Council once had a
commence Mid-August and take approximately 6 months.
staff of 32 employees. The current figure is 16. "We should pro-
vide this funding in the next budget meeting in 2008," he said.
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Youghal Town Council May Meeting Youghal Credit Union

Motion in the name of Cllr. Casey seconded by Cllr. Burke: Athlete of the Month Winners
"That this Council calls on the Office of Public Works to provide
funding for a survey on the measures required for flood relief, bar-
riers, etc. for Youghal Waterfront from Slob Bank (South) to
"White Gables", The Mall". Speaking on this motion the Cllr. said.
"I have been pushing for this for years. We have to protect our her-
itage. We need funding and we need it today as a matter of
urgency." Cllr. Burke supported the motion and added. "It's unre-
alistic to ignore rising sea levels. Flooding will damage the works
that we intend to carry out in the historic core of the town." Cllr.
Murray lamented the governments paucity in funding for coastal
protection. "Coastal protection is getting little or no attention; that
is a disgrace," she said. Cllr. Hennessy also offered her support to
the motion. She stated that as a former resident of Shambles Lane
she has experienced floods first hand. "Residents had to buy their
own flood barriers. You cannot get flood insurance. In the early
70s a woman died from a freak storm; waters burst into her house
and she died from a heart attack. We don't want that to happen
again," she said.

YOUGHAL PIGEON CLUB Michael Sheehan, Marketing and

Development Officer of Youghal Credit Michael Sheehan, Marketing and
Union presenting Jennifer Hennessy Development Officer of Youghal Credit
RACE RESULT FOR MULLINGAR 5/05/2007 with Athlete of the Month Award for Union presenting Sarah Ryan with
1ST ML AHERNE, 2ND ML AHERNE, 3RD P HEHIR, 4TH P April Athlete of the Month Award for March
Free African Drumming
ALD, 4TH ML AHERNE, 5TH ML AHERNE Introduction Workshop
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Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

First Holy Communion at Church of The Holy Family

On Saturday 26th May Celebrant: Fr. Patrick Winkle Photo Michael Hussey

Group of children who received their First Holy Communion at the Holy Family Church on Saturday last

Group of children who received their First Holy Communion at the Holy Family Church on Saturday last

Liam Forest with his parents Sharon Ciara McArdle and family Jimmy Lee with his parents Angela and Ted, sis- Sarah Keane and family
and Pa, sisters Katie and Aine ter Chloe and brother Darragh

Jason Daly and family Jack Nolan with his par- Jamie Yellop with his parents Joe Louise Dempsey with her parents
ents Caroline and Mark and Bridget and brother Joseph Carmel and Paul

Ciara McArdle and Sarah Sean O'Brien with his parents Alicia and David Daly and Aoife O'Neill and family
Coughlan Eddie and family Christian Persaud
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Launch of Aquatrek Sea Skills Training Centre at the Mall Arts Centre
Photo Michael Hussey

Andrew O'Brien and Jack Pat and Anne Marie McGrath Bawnie Murphy, Mary Griffin, Patsy Phyllis Innis with her grandchild
Nolan Sheridan and Susan Mason Jason and Geraldine O'Connell

John Griffin, Aquatrek, with his daughters Marguerite and Liz and Evan Causer and James O'Mahony Niall Murray, Thomas Cliffe and
father Jim John Goggin

Mayor Sammy Revins hoist the sails at the

launch of the new Aquatrek Sea Skills
Cllr. Michael Beecher congratulates David Stanton TD Training Centre with John Griffin and John John and Mary Griffin, John and Jason Innes
with his son Alan and Helen Mackessy Innes of Aquatrek and Bernadette Fox, ISA of Aquatrek pictured with family and friends

Mayor Sammy Revins, John Griffin and John Innes of Aquatrek

and Bernadette Fox, ISA, pictured with family and friends
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

SUNDAY AFTERNOON Upcoming Events at the Hotel

Wed 6th June Youghal Vintage Monthly Meeting 9pm
TEA DANCES Fri/Sat/Sun 8th-10th June Bridge Congress
4.00pm - 6.30pm Food available all day long Friday 15th June Safety Pass Course - 029 51200
Sunday 3rd June Finbarr Dennehy
Sunday 10th June NO DANCING
Father’s Day Sunday 17th June
Sunday 17th June Dermot Lyons Delicious 4 Course Meal served from 12.30 - 3pm
Sunday 24th June Brose Walsh Band Limited Availability....Contact Reception on 024
Wednesday Night
Summer-time Dancing Live Bar Music - Every Saturday Night
Dancing from 9.30pm-11.45pm June 1st Batty
Wed 6th June Sam O'Doherty
June 2nd Gordan Coleman
Wed 13th June Dave Rea
June 3rd Harmony
Wed 20th June Philomena Mc Govern & Ml O’Brien
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Ray Phelan, Secretary Youghal C.Y.M.S. presents the winning trophies to Sammy
Hassan 1st Prize and Christopher Cooney runner-up. Score Hassan 2- 1 Cooney.
Referee Brendan Cooney
David Cashman pictured after winning the junior snooker final against Sammy
Hassan recently. Score Cashman 2-1 Hassan. Referee Ray Phelan

The Annual Usual Place Senior Tournament

Willie Moloney, proprietor of The Usual Place, Sponsor, with Brendan Cooney,
runner-up and Tomas Burke winner in one of the most exciting snooker finals to
be held in the Hall in a long time. Score: Burke 3-1 Cooney. Referee Anthony Congratulations to Kitty O’Riordan who was 90 years old on the 9th May. Kitty is
Foughy pictured here with some of her grandchildren.
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Thank You
Suil Eile A SINCERE thank you to the lady who found a red purse on Golf
Links Road on Monday, 14th May and handed it into Youghal
Garda Station. The finders contact details were mislaid. The owner
Optometrists wishes to thank the lady in question: 93789.

125 North Main Street, Youghal Youghal Branch Library

Tel 024 91118 - Fax 024 91128 We are Moving!
Email: suileile.optometrists@gmail.com YOUGHAL Branch Library will close from end of business on
Wednesday, 23rd May 2007 and re-open at our new premises,
Optometrist: Rivergate Mall on Tuesday, 5th June, at 9.30pm. Enquiries to HQ
Sue E Doherty BSc. FAOI 021 4546499.

Coffee Morning in aid of Laura

Rayban, Maui Jim, Armani, Lynn Children’s Hospital
Gucci, Hugo Boss, Bollé A COFFEE Morning in aid of Laura Lynn Children’s Hospital will
be held at the Holy Family Hall on Monday, 11th June from 10.30
to 12.30pm. Please support this very worthy cause. Many thanks.

O F F Thank You
THE Cork branch of Cystic Fibrosis would like to thank the

S u n g la s s e s
people of Youghal and surrounding areas for their wonderful
generousity to our recent Church Gate Collection. Also to all
our friends who helped us and to Brenda Walsh who organised
Open: Tue, Wed, Fri 9.30a.m. to 5.30p.m. the collection. It was very well supported and once again we
are indebted to everyone who helped and supported us over the
Thur 9.30a.m. to 7.30p.m. and Sat 10a.m. to 3p.m.

David Stanton TD pictured with supporters on the campaign trail in Youghal

Liam Moynihan, President Youghal Fine Gael, David Stanton TD, Enda Kenny TD
and a young supporter.

Fine Gael Leader Enda Kenny pictured

with David Stanton TD on the campaign Cllr. Barbara Murray with Fine Gael Tom Linehan Youghal, David Stanton TD and Enda Kenny TD pictured with sup-
trail in Youghal Leader Enda Kenny porters
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

JGW VINTAGE CAR SHOW Youghal Athletic Club

Sponsored By Youghal Credit Union
The third day of the Cork County Championships were held at the
CIT track on Sunday May 20th. The Girls Under 19 Relay Team
of Sarah Ryan, Carmel Morrisson, Claire Flanagan, Siobhan
Greene and Niamh O’Regan won silver in the 4 X 100m and 4 X
400m events. The Girls Under 18 Team of Claire Flanagan, Niamh
O’Regan, Shauna Walsh and Aisling Cook also won silver medals
in the 4 X 100m and 4 X 400m events. In the Girls Under 17 4 X
100m Sally Flanagan, Nikita Savage, Shauna Walsh, Aisling
Cooke and Katie Bashford won the gold medal. In the Girls Under
16 4 X100m the team of Sally Flanagan, Nikita Savage, Katie
Bashford and Sinead Daly were unlucky to finish in 4th place.
The girls Under 1`4 Team won the bronze medals as did the girls
Under 10 4 X100m. The Boys Under 12 claimed the gold medal
and the Boys Under 9 Team won silver in their competition.
Cork County Juvenile Track and Field
This event is held for girls and boys U10 and U12 as a team event,
with two athletes from each club competing in their selected event,
Friends of Youghal Community Hospital and Hospice at the raffle stall and their scores at the end of each event combined to determine
first, second and third.
Boys U12 600m Youghal B 1st, Youghal A 4th
Boys U12 Shot Putt Youghal A 3rd, Youghal B 5th
Boys U10 60m Youghal 4th
Boys U10 Ballthrow Youghal A 2nd, Youghal B 5th
Boys U10 300m Youghal 5th
Girls U12 Shot Putt Youghal 5th
Girls U10 Long Jump Youghal 3rd
Girls U10 Ball Throw Youghal A 4th, Youghal B 5th
Girls U10 300m Youghal A 1st, Youghal B 2nd
County Championships ‘B’ 2x100m
Girls U11 Youghal 2nd Girls U9 Youghal 2nd
County Championships ‘B’ 2x300m
Boys U10 Youghal 1st
Anne Hunter, Helen Stack, Brian O'Dea and Valerie McDermott

Fiona and Cian Hennessy

with Ger Walsh
Sandis Bralitis receiving his Winner’s Mary Sweeney receiving her Winner’s
Trophy from John Gill of Matheson Trophy from John Gill of Matheson
Ormsby Prentice Solicitors for the Ormsby Prentice Solicitors for the
Emer Casey Memorial 10K Race. Emer Casey Memorial 10K Race.

The Greene family

Emma Ballan with Teacher Niamh O'

Connor from Park National School who
recieved her Holy Communion in Inch Kathleen and John Fitzgerald pictured
Sean and Karen O'Dwyer and family Church on the 26th May at the Emer Casey Memorial 10K Race.
with Chris Lyons
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Cumann Luthchleas SOCRAITHE:

Sat 2nd June: Premier Intermediate Football Championship

Gael Eochaill
Eochaill v Nemo Rangers : Rostellan 7.30pm
Mon 4th June: Premier Intermediate Hurling League:
Eochaill v Ballyhea:Copperalley 3.30pm
Match Reports Sun 10th June: Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship
Eochaill v Delaneys: Midleton 3.30pm
Intermediate Football Challenge: 12-05-07 - Pairc Nua CLUB ARAS:
Eochaill 1-7 Brickey Rangers 2-14 Tues 29th May 45 Drive:9pm
The Intermediate hurlers were playing the same night, which left Wed 30th May Afternoon Tea dance 3pm-5pm
this team a little weakened. Sat 2nd June Night Train
Foireann: Pat Mackey, Stephen Kelly, Philip Monaghan, Patrick Sun 3rd June Function
O'Mahony, Brian McDermott, Paul O'Driscoll, Alan Fox, Ger Tues 5th June 45 Drive 9pm
O'Leary, Niall Farrelly, Sean Supple, Ken Dempsey, David Fox, Satu 9th June Function
Ger Cotter, Conor Coleman, David Hickey. Subs: Daniel Savage, Tues 12th June 45 Drive:9pm
Brendan O'Regan, Stephen Curtin, Patrick O'Shea, Mike Cronin, Sat 16th June Function
Daniel Mulcahy. Tues 19th June 45 Drive:9pm
Junior Football Championship: 15.05.07 - Ballynoe Sat 23rd June Connie Prendergast
Eochaill 1-7 Bride Rovers 2-7
The team played our of their skins and only for an unlucky soft SOCRAITHE: FIXTURES
goal might have caused a huge shock. Tues. 15th May: Junior F'ball C'Ship: Eochaill v Bride Rovers
Foireann: Mickey Mulcahy, Michael Cronin, Paul O'Driscoll, Ballynoe -7.30pm
Aidan Foley, Patrick O'Mahony, Alan Fox, Cathal O'Laochdha, Wed. 16th May: Inter.Football League: Eochaill v St. Michaels:
Conor Coleman, Kenneth Walsh, Darren Feehan, Niall Farrelly Blackrock - 7.30pm
(0-1), Sean Supple, Ger Cotter (0-4), Paul Moylan (1-1), David Sat or Sun 19th/20th May: Inter. Hurling Challenge (Provisional)
Hickey. Subs: Martin O'Brien, Daniel Mulcahy, David Fox, Tues 22nd, Wed.23rd, Thurs.24th May: Intermediate Football
Brendan O'Regan, Daniel Savage, Shane Spillane. Training.
Intermediate Football League: 16.05.07 - Blackrock Sat 26th May: Intermediate Football Match (Provisional)
Eochaill: 2-6 St. Michaels: 1-12 Sat 2nd June: Premier Intermediate Football C'Ship
Preparations are ongoing for our championship clash with Nemo Eochaill v Nemo Rangers - Rostellan: 7.30pm
Rangers, and the team is beginning to take shape, but we badly Mon14th June: Intermediate Hurling
need a confidence booster. There are two games left to play before Sunday 10th June: Premier Intermediate Hurling C'Ship:
the championship game on June 2nd. Eochaill v Delaneys - Midleton: 3.30pm.
Foireann: Pat Mackey, Stephen Kelly, Philip Monaghan, Stephen LOTTO LOTTO LOTTO:
Twomey, Alan Fox, Paul O'Driscoll, Padraig O Laochdha, Ger No winner in lotto this week: Next Weeks Lotto takes place on
O'Leary, Ken Dempsey, Nigel Roche, Brendan Coleman 0-1), Monday 20th May at Club Aras at 8pm.Tickets at €2 each avail-
Stephen Kenneally (0-2), Ger Cotter, able from usual outlets and any club member.
Conor Coleman, Leigh Desmond (1-3). LOTTO HOLIDAY DRAW:
Subs: Mickie Mulcahy, Paul Moylan (1-0), David Hickey, Daniel The Lotto Holiday draw for the first six months of 2007 will take
Mulcahy, Patrick O'Mahony, Kenneth Walsh. place in the first week of July. A full list of all those in the Draw
Intermediate Hurling Challenge: 20.05.07 - Ballyduff Lower to date will be printed in the issue of the Newsletter available
Eochaill 0-8 Ballyduff Lower 0-9 before the draw.
This was a very poor game. Distinct lack of interest shown by both COUNTY BOARD CLUBS DRAW WINNERS:
teams. This looked more like an end of season game, with both The following were club winners in the Cork County Board Clubs
sides just going through the motions. Foireann: Mickey Mulcahy, May Draw: €1500: Angela Pomphrett, Sweetfield Est., Seller:
Martin O'Brien, Vincent Murray, Padraig O'Laochdha, Alan Alan Geary; €50: Fintan Lawlor, Knockaverry, Seller:Fintan
Geary, Brendan Coleman (0-1), Damien Ring, Kenneth Walsh, Lawlor; €50:Aaron Kenny, Friar Street.Seller: Mairead Ui
Cathal O'Laochdha, Eoin Coleman (0-5), Conor Coleman, Richard Laochdha.
Cunningham (0-2). Stephen Kelly, Andrew Murphy, Nigel Roche. DEATH OF CON MURPHY R.I.P.
Subs: Patrick O'Mahony, Stephen Kenneally, David Coyne. The recent passing of the late Con Murphy has left many clubs in
Minor Hurling League: 21.05.07 - Copperalley the County including Eochaill, without a great friend. Con was a
Eochaill 0-5 Carrigtwohill 5-15 gentleman whose advice and wisdom was always worth listening
Very disappointing display. Not so much the defeat itself, but in to. He was of great assistance to our club during the negotiations
the way the team performed. Complete lack of spirit and convic- on the purchase of the land at Magniers Hill and took great pride
tion. Hopefully there are better days ahead. I'm sure there will be. in following it's development into the complex it is today. Our
Foireann: Shane Spillanee, Brendan O'Regan, Andrew Sheehan, sympathy is extended to his wife and family. Go ndeana Dia tro-
Stephen Curtin, Aaron Kenny, Ed. Flavin, Daniel Savage, Michael caire ar a anam uasal.
Cronin (0-2), Brett Moloney (0-1), Michael Coleman, Stephen CONGRATULATIONS:
Kelly (0-2), Gary O'Sullivan, Fergus Griffin, Daniel Mulcahy, Congratulations to Leigh Desmond on gaining his place on the
Sub: Simon O'Herlihy, cork Intermediate Hurling team that played Clare in Thurles last
Intermediate Football League: 24.05.07 - Copperalley Sunday. Congratulations also to Stephen Kelly who played with
Eochaill: 3-11 Whites Cross: 1-11 Cork Minor Footballers in a challenge game against Roscommon
The confidence booster needed finally came our way. This was on Saturday 27th May.The club also extends congratulations and
good win with some very well worked scores. This was a much best wishes in their future careers to Damien Ring, who joined the
better performance than heretofore over 45 minutes. White's Cross Garda Siochana recently and also to Finbarr O'Sullivan on being
were a very fit team and we'll follow their progress with interest. promoted to the rank of Inspector with the Garda Siochana.
Foireann: Pat Mackey, Stephen Kelly, Philip Monaghan, Alan Fox,
Owen Fox, Paul O'Driscoll, Padraig O'Laochdha, Ger O'Leary, CLAYCASTLE PITCH & PUTT CLUB
Ken Dempsey (0-1), Brendan Coleman (0-1), Eoin Coleman, Many thanks to Brookes Supervalu who sponsored the 4 ball competi-
Nigel Roche, Ger Cotter (1-1), Conor Coleman (1), Paul Moylan tion for the weeks ending May 5-6, 12-13.
(2-7). Subs: Patrick O'Mahony, Stephen Kenneally, David Hickey, Results: 1 Nett Knud Thuroe & Pat Chamberidge, 1 Gross Tom
Kenneth Walsh, Cathal O'Laochdha. McCarthy & Jimmy McCarthy, 2 Nett Seamus Murphy & Bridie Walsh
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Emer Casey Memorial 10k

AND YOUGHAL ATHLETIC CLUB Pictures: Ger Flanagan/Michael Hussey

Cathy Ann Whyte and Tish Coady

Galvins Costcutter Sponsors Goody Bags Niamh Coleman from Youghal and
Pictured at the Presentation of Race Goody Bags for the Emer Casey Memorial Rosie Broderick from Carlow
10K Race are Barry Galvin, Brendan Casey, Cuan Kenneally, Ger Galvin, Juliette,
Ruth and Julie Casey

Grainne Delaney and Sarah Mulcahy

Olivia Long and Keira-Eva Mooney
Gillian Ryan, Clare O'Hanlon and
Peter Hamill and Val Hunt Brigid Liston

Niall and Declan Matthews

Karen Kenefick and Eithne Terry

Des and Liz Golden Aisling and Hanora O'Mahoney

Clare and Nicola Morey Josie and Billy Drake Ann, Sean, Ciara and Daragh Leahy Niall and Lynn Jackson from Waterford.
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Chris and Ciara Reardon, Breeda and Muiris

Ruth Casey with Sarah, Linda and Laura Donoghue Esther Murphy, Amanda Staurou and Flavie Viviant Geoghegan with JJ O'Brien

Anne, Brendan, Liam, Patrick and

Brendan Lenihan Lys Sweeney & Donie McCarthy

Ger and Deirdre Cunningham

Cenek Fojt and Veronica Hunt

Race Starter Dan McCarthy, Chairman East Cork Athletic Board.

Lisa Collins and Lindsay Stevens

Kathleen McCarthy Cobh and Muriel
Kiely, Kilrush

Deirdre O'Connor with Caoilainn and Thomas Bulman with Wheelchair Olly Casey calling athletes and Walkers
Deborah Foley Dagie Barron and Bernie Heffernan Winner Jerry Forde to the Start Line
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007


Ladies Winners: Emer Finlay Dundrum South Dublin 5th, Fiona Hickey Youghal
3rd, Keira-Eva Mooney, Kildare 2nd, Mary Sweeney St Finbarrs 1st, Mary
Murphy Mallow 4th and Niamh Walsh Youghal 6th
Brendan and Juliette Casey with their daughters Ruth, Susan and Analee

Youghal Athletic Club athletes Kieran Curley, James O’Mahoney, Barry Healy, Mens Winners: Sean Stilwell West Waterford 2nd, Marty O’Keeffe, Youghal 4th;
Paul Curley and Marty O’Keeffe Sandis Bralitis West Waterford 1st and Barry Healy Youghal 3rd.

Youghal AC Team of James O’Mahoney, Pat Arnott Junior Men Prizewinners, John Quill 2nd, Kevin
Youghal Ladies winner of the Team award Breeda and Eamonn Flanagan First Mens Team O’Leary 1st and Blu Corbel 3rd
Hayes, Analee and Ruth Casey

Niamh O’Regan, Youghal Paul Curley Youghal AC First

AC first Junior Lady Over 40. Conor Treacy, Blu Corbel and Eamonn O’Regan Mandy McCarthy, Millie & Carmel Cooper

Keira-Eva Mooney lead-

Rebecca Bulman, Jenni Kearns, Treasa Daly, Amanda ing the Ladies Race Christy McCarthy, Angela Hehir, Carmel McCarthy Tommy Roche and Garda
through South Main St. and Maurice Fitzgerald John Tarrant
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007


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Matherson Ormsby Prentice Solicitors Sponsored 74 0:46:06 MATHEWS, Alan Dublin

Clonmel AC
Sunday 27 May 2007. 2:00pm RESULTS 77 0:46:15 KEATING, James Youghal
1 0:30:13 BRALITIS, Sandis West Waterford AC 78 0:46:15 CORRIGAN, Aine Cork
2 0:33:50 STILWELL, Sean West Waterford AC 79 0:46:27 MORLEY, Hugh Cork
3 0:36:00 HEALY, Barry Youghal AC 80 0:46:31 HENNESSY, Michael West Waterford AC
4 0:36:37 O'KEEFFE, Marty Youghal AC 81 0:46:36 FOY, Stephen Cork
5 0:37:25 O'LAOCHDHA, Padraig Youghal 82 0:46:47 CASEY, Ruth Youghal
6 0:37:33 BUDDS, Liam West Waterford AC 83 0:46:52 LINEHAN, Barry Mallow
7 0:37:35 CURRAN, Thomas Youghal 84 0:47:09 O'BRIEN, John Fermoy
8 0:37:50 CARROLL, Denis Eagle AC 85 0:47:19 O'LEARY, John Belgooly
9 0:38:10 WITHERS, Philip Duhallow AC 86 0:47:23 MASON, Grainne Youghal
10 0:38:13 SWEENEY, Mary St. Finbarrs AC 87 0:47:24 VIIVANT, Flavie St. Finbarrs AC
11 0:38:16 O'CONNOR, Brian Grange-Fermoy AC 88 0:47:27 FISHER, Jonathan Bray
12 0:38:22 MOONEY, Keira-Eva Dublin 89 0:47:44 KIELY, Tommy Dungarvan
13 0:39:17 O'LEARY, Kevin Glenbower AC 90 0:47:50 GALLAGHER, Emer Cork
14 0:39:38 CUFF, Michael Clashmore 91 0:47:53 HORGAN, Lorraine Navan
15 0:39:39 CONNERY, Kieran Clashmore 92 0:47:56 NELSON, Victor Rochestown
16 0:40:04 O'KEEFFE, Declan Youghal 93 0:47:56 DIEZ, Jean Youghal
17 0:40:40 NOONAN, Patrick Youghal 94 0:47:58 COLLINS, John Kanturk
18 0:40:41 O'CALLAGHAN, David Eagle AC 95 0:48:07 O'DONOVAN, Vincent West Waterford AC
19 0:40:50 AHERNE, Neilus Midleton AC 96 0:48:10 GUINEY, David Cork
20 0:40:53 CURLEY, Paul Youghal AC 97 0:48:15 CASEY, Annalee Youghal
21 0:40:54 GILL, John Dublin 98 0:48:27 BARRY, Thomas Conna
22 0:41:04 QUILL, John Youghal 99 0:48:30 SCANNELL, Paul Cork
23 0:41:09 COLEMAN, Brendan Youghal 100 0:48:34 CUDDY, Oisin Cork
24 0:41:12 HODNETT, Mark Cork 101 0:48:39 TURNER, Sinead Cork
25 0:41:14 HICKEY, Fiona Youghal AC 102 0:48:50 FITZGERALD, Brian Youghal
26 0:41:17 MATHEWS, Niall Dublin 103 0:48:51 MORRISON, Paul Conna
27 0:41:18 FLYNN, Sean Waterford AC 104 0:49:02 STAVROU, Amanda St. Finbarrs AC
28 0:41:20 CURLEY, Kieran Youghal AC 105 0:49:03 POWER, Kevin Youghal
29 0:41:22 SANDERS, Brian Youghal 106 0:49:07 MCCARTHY, Christy Youghal AC
30 0:41:27 COLLINS, Jonathan Youghal 107 0:49:08 O'SULLIVAN, Gerard Youghal
31 0:41:27 QUILLAGAN, Aidan Cork 108 0:49:08 DORRIAN, Hugo Youghal
32 0:41:38 OWENS, Declan Carigaline 109 0:49:09 COLEMAN, Eadaoin Youghal
33 0:41:59 GUNN, Fergal Cork 110 0:49:10 REARDON, Ciara Youghal
34 0:42:15 MCMAHON, David Youghal AC 111 0:49:12 O'REILLY, Kevin Castlemartyr
35 0:42:21 HARTE, Declan Waterford AC 112 0:49:49 COOPER, Tony Dublin
36 0:42:28 CORBEL, Blu Youghal 113 0:49:53 MURPHY, Emma Wexford
37 0:42:29 CURTIN, Adrian Youghal 114 0:49:55 CRAWFORD, Paul Naas
38 0:42:34 GYVES, Paddy Mallow AC 115 0:49:55 RYAN, Paul Zurich
39 0:42:42 BARRON, Stephen Kinsalebeg 116 0:49:59 RING, Jennifer Dublin
40 0:42:47 ARNOTT, Pat Youghal AC 117 0:50:00 COLEMAN, Ronan Naas
41 0:42:59 FLANAGAN, Eamon Youghal AC 118 0:50:03 FINLEYSON, Fiona Glasgow
42 0:43:08 O'MAHONY, James Youghal 119 0:50:11 HOULIHAN, Geraldine Carrick-on-Suir AC
43 0:43:14 WALSH, Martin Belgooly 120 0:50:22 MULCAHY, Denis Watergrasshill
44 0:43:16 RYAN, Dermot West Waterford AC 121 0:50:22 MULCAHY, Shane Watergrasshill
45 0:43:18 WALSHE, John East Cork AC 122 0:50:25 O'CONNOR, Ciona Fermoy
46 0:43:19 CONNERY, Padraig Clashmore 123 0:50:28 MAC COINNIGH, Marcas Cork
47 0:43:44 MURPHY, Mary St. Finbarrs AC 124 0:50:38 KAVANAGH, Morgan Cork
48 0:43:56 MCCARTHY, Danny Midleton AC 125 0:50:40 BARRY, Mark Cork
49 0:44:01 ROCHE, Micheal Monatrea 126 0:50:41 COUGHLAN, Ciara Carrigtwohill
50 0:44:19 KIELY, Victor Blarney 127 0:51:04 O'CALLAGHAN, Donal Cork
51 0:44:24 COONEY, Shane Youghal 128 0:51:05 MORAN, Conor Fermoy
52 0:44:34 GOLDEN, Des Mallow 129 0:51:06 O'NEILL, Michael Youghal AC
53 0:44:35 O'KEEFFE, Gerard Cardiff 130 0:51:08 HOGAN, David Kilkenny
54 0:44:38 FINLAY, Emer Dundrum South Dublin AC 131 0:51:09 CROTTY, Greg Youghal AC
55 0:44:57 WALSH, Niamh Youghal AC 132 0:51:10 MCMAHON, Christopher Youghal AC
56 0:45:12 LYONS, Desmond Raheny Shamrock AC 133 0:51:17 O'NEILL, Richard Bandon
57 0:45:16 MURPHY, Esther St. Finbarrs AC 134 0:51:44 O'DONNELL, Manus Lucan
58 0:45:22 GETHIN, Sean Dublin 135 0:51:47 MULCAHY, Mary St. Finbarrs AC
59 0:45:23 HOGAN, Enda Dungarvan 136 0:51:48 MORRIS, Colm Youghal
60 0:45:24 WALSH, Kevin Dungarvan 137 0:51:49 QUILL, Fergal Youghal
61 0:45:28 HAMILTON, Robert 138 0:51:55 O'SULLIVAN, Coran Youghal
62 0:45:31 JACKSON, Niall Waterford 139 0:51:56 HOGAN, Paul Youghal
63 0:45:32 COTTER, Seamus Glanmire 140 0:51:59 O'SULLIVAN, Ian Ardmore
64 0:45:46 BULMAN, George Youghal AC 141 0:52:04 ALLEN, Garrett Dublin
65 0:45:50 PEARSE, Michael Australia 142 0:52:07 DEASY, Conor Ballinhassig
66 0:45:51 COOPER, Liam Youghal 143 0:52:24 COLLENDER, Pat West Waterford AC
67 0:45:53 O'SULLIVAN, Donal Ballincollig 144 0:52:31 MACGOWAN, Rory Youghal
68 0:45:56 O'REGAN, Eamonn Youghal AC 145 0:52:40 COLLINS, Dave Mallow
69 0:45:57 WALSH, Mary Cork 146 0:52:40 MOREY, Nicola Dublin
70 0:46:00 REARDON, Chris Rochestown 147 0:52:52 FITZGERALD, Maurice Youghal
71 0:46:01 FLYNN, David Waterford 148 0:52:58 QUILL, Paul Youghal
72 0:46:02 MCCARTHY, Michael Cork 149 0:52:58 CASHMAN, Ger Gortroe
73 0:46:05 MARTIN, Eoin Youghal 150 0:53:00 KELLY, Coran Youghal
Waterford AC
Youghal AC
~ In Memoriam ~
154 0:53:37 GAFFNEY, Andre West Waterford AC
155 0:53:46 BROSNAN, Susan Cork 4TH ANNIVERSARY
BARRY, Peter
Youghal ~ JOHN HICKEY ~
158 0:53:53 DALY, Aine Kilkenny
159 0:53:55 COLEMAN, Donogh Youghal 63 S ARSFIELD TERRACE, YOUGHAL
160 0:53:57 O'REGAN, Niamh Youghal AC OCTOBER 1909 - MAY 2003
161 0:53:58 TREACY, Conor Youghal
162 0:54:01 MCCARTHY, Jim Cork Memories grow deeper
163 0:54:06 KELLY, Aine Gorey As the years go on
164 0:54:11 ALCORN, Trevor Meath When you long for a face
165 0:54:12 CHAPPLE, Jane Carrigaline And a smile that has gone
166 0:54:21 SCULLY, Mairead Oranmore A Dad leaves a legacy
167 0:54:22 COLEMAN, Rossa Oranmore
168 0:54:29 FARRELL, Jean Youghal
Of love that transcends
169 0:54:55 WHYTE, Stephanie Naas Our hands cannot write
170 0:55:01 MURRAY, Geraldine Glanmire What our hearts have to say
171 0:55:02 CUDDY, Kate Glounthaune We will love you forever
172 0:55:08 KEYES, Jean Waterfall And miss you every day
173 0:55:09 KEYES, Susan Waterfall
174 0:55:13 HAYES, Breda Youghal AC Never forgotten by his Sons, Daughters,
175 0:55:26 OWENS, Robert Cork Sons-in-Law, Daughters-in-Law, Grandchildren
176 0:55:34 RYAN, Lesley Youghal and Great Grandchildren
177 0:55:37 BARROWCLOUGH, Gerred Dungarvan
178 0:55:50 CLIFFORD, Barry Dublin
179 0:55:54 WHIGHAM, Collete Youghal YOUGHAL LAWN
181 0:56:18 DRAKE, Billy Germany
182 0:56:32 DUNFORD, Ger Dungarvan
183 0:56:32 RYAN, Rosanne Dungarvan AGM & Election of Officers
184 0:56:42 BRODERICK, Rosie Carlow The AGM was held at the clubhouse on the 24thof April. The follow-
185 0:56:55 CASEY, Juliette Youghal ing members were elected to serve on the committee. Positions decid-
186 0:57:00 CAHILLANE, Jamie Dublin ed at the first committee held on the 14/05/07 meeting are:
187 0:57:14 MATHEWS, Declan Youghal AC Chair - Linda Donoghue (087 - 6754337)
188 0:57:15 WHELAN, Brian Cork Secretary - Ann Webb
189 0:57:16 KELLY, John Killarney Treasurer - David O'Connell
190 0:57:20 WHIGHAM, Dave Glasgow Frank Delaney - Vice Chair
191 0:57:29 O'DONOVAN, Doreen Bandon Assistant Treasurer - Mary Hogan
192 0:57:45 MANNING, Mel Carrigtwohill PRO- Martin Finn & Caroline Connelly
193 0:57:45 STEVENS, Lindsay Dublin Ita Treacy - Membership (087 9340925)
194 0:57:49 GERAGHTY, Eleanor Dublin Mary O'Connell- Tournaments & Fundraising
195 0:57:50 HAMILL, Roisaine Youghal John Hunt - Tournaments & Grounds Maintenance
196 0:57:51 COLLINS, Lisa Dublin Dave Clarke - Capital Works (086 3827723)
197 0:57:53 MULCAHY, Sarah Youghal Dympna Quill- Junior Development (087 2054830)
198 0:57:59 DORRIAN, Leah Killeagh As you can see there are no backbenchers and everyone has a portfo-
199 0:58:03 LANE, Dave Killeagh lio!
200 0:58:04 NOONAN, Anne Youghal FEES ARE DUE! We ask all members to ensure prompt payment of
fees over the new few weeks. The new year started on the 1st of May.
ST. RAPHAEL’S OPEN DAY Payment can be made by post in the enclosed envelope and payment
St. Raphael’s will be holding their annual Open Day on Sunday June slip. Note that fees have not been increased since 2005. A current
17th 2007. Bric and Brac items will be accepted in the Hollytree members list will be posted in the clubhouse on the 1st of June
Activation Unit each Wednesday from 2pm - 4pm. No electrical goods, COACHING & SUMMER CAMPS
soft toys or clothes will be accepted. We would also like to take this Our regular coach, Joanne Williamson has left us at the moment due
opportunity to thank all our sponsors and those that played in our recent to imminent motherhood - we all wish Joanne and her family well. We
Golf Classic at Youghal Golf Club which was a great success are delighted however to welcome our new professional coach -
ALZHEIMER’S TEA MORNING Martin Cusack. Martin will be providing coaching on Sunday morn-
ings for the next four weeks starting on the 20/05/07. Martin is plan-
Held at La Bella Roma Youghal, Thurs 3rd May
We wish to thank everyone who came along on the day and everyone ning to run a coaching camp in August - details to be finalised. As the
who made cakes and gave prizes for the raffle. A special thanks to school year draws to a close the regular Sunday morning junior tour-
Anne and Mark of the La Bella Roma. Up to now a total of €1,340 nament has ceased until September. For the next four weeks, howev-
has been sent to the Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland. Once again er, professional coaching has been organised instead, as outlined
thanks to everyone. Margaret Carey above. Unfortunately due to the limited number of places available a
number of our younger players are sure to have been disappointed. We
will arrange further coaching in the very near future - watch for
notices in the Clubhouse and on Youghal News. Kit Kat in association
with Parks Tennis Ireland will be running a 2 week tennis summer
camp at the Tennis Club from the 2nd to the 13th of July. This camp
proved very successful last year - participants noticeably improved
over the two weeks and had great fun. Application forms will be dis-
tributed through the local schools. Boys and girls between the ages of
6 and 15 are eligible. The Cost is €60
Sports Grant from Youghal Town Council
YLTC has been allocated a sport grant of €300 from Youghal Town
David Geary gets his legs waxed at the Council - and this is gratefully acknowledged.
Usual Place in aid of Bukoba Hosp. Damian Moore gets his legs waxed
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Youghal Town Council Retirement

Presentations to Town Managers Youghal GAA bowling Club
Photo Michael Hussey
The Annual General meeting of the above Club took place on
Tuesday 22nd May at the GAA Pavilion, Magniers Hill. There was
a very good attendance and apologies were received from several
members who were unable to attend. The Committee elected for
the coming year is : Chairperson, John Hamshaw ; Hon. Secretary,
John Goodwin; Hon. Treasurer, Joy Bryan. Committee; Rita Ryall,
Maureen Broderick, Bridie Walsh, John McGrath and Alex
Brophy. The winners of the Spring League and the Pairs
Competition were presented with their prizes.
The winners of the Spring League were Maureen Broderick,
Emily Fitzgerald, Kathleen Bulman and John McGrath. The
Mayor Sammy Revins pictured with John Deasy and Donal Barrett retired asst. Chairperson, John Hamshaw presented the prizes which were
county managers and Youghal Town Councillors SuperValu vouchers The winners of the Pairs Competition, Lily
Bulman and Jack Donoghue, were presented with of their prizes
by the donor, Alex Brophy. Each received a presentation pack of
Tullamore Dew. A very lively debate followed, to which all pres-
ent contributed. The afternoon concluded with tea and refresh-

Donal and MaryBarrett, John Deasy and Youghal Town Council staff

Officers and Committee pictured at the AGM

Mayor Sammy Revins pictured with John Deasy and Donal Barrett retired asst.
county managers, Declan Daly asst. county manager and Liam Ryan Town Clerk

Alex Brophy pictured with Runners-Up in the Indoor Bowls Spring League Jack
Donoghue and Lily Bulman

Youghal Chamber President Michael Farrell and Vice President Seamus Curran
making a presentation to Donal Barrett and John Deasy.

John Hampshaw Chairperson on the right pictured with Winners of the Spring
League, John McGrath (Skip), John Fitzgerald accepting on behalf of his wife
Donal Barrett and John Deasy pictured with former Councillors Alice Walsh and Emily, Sheila Kenneally accepting on behalf of Maureen Broderick and Joy Bryan
Michael T. Murphy. accepting on behalf of Kathleen Bulman
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Communion at the Church of the Holy Family

Celebrant Fr Bill Bermingham

The children who received their First Holy Communion at the Church of the Holy Family.

Christopher Lupton with his mother Sharon, sister Oran Hennessy with his parents Tony and Michelle, Tiarna O’Connell with her mother Ciaragh, sister
Sophie and grandparents Bertie and Gertie brother Conor and sister Tirna Riann and family

Pete Lucey with his parents Catherine and Vincent and family

Cher Forrest from Youghal accompanied Conor Roe from Dungarvan at his
Graduation Ball at Colaiste Chathail Naofa on the 11th May 2007 at the Park
Fionn Reddy with his parents Willie John and Hilda Long with daughter
Hotel, Dungarvan.
and Christine Taylor
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007



Youghal C.Y.M.S. junior players who took part in the end of season
snooker finals over the weekend
Norma Stone waxes Sean O’Neill’s chest Barry Power gets his legs waxed The end of season junior snooker finals took place over the weekend with
many of the junior players competing. The Hall was a buzz of activity
with the players showing their snooker skills on the four championship
tables in front of the large crowd of spectators. It is great to see the junior
players adhering to the society's strict dress code for the finals and well
done to the parents for participating in this important part of the game.
Congratulations to all those who entered the competitions throughout the
year and also to the worthy finalists. The Society prides itself on the well
supervised way it operates, this is in know small way due to the caretak-
ers Mr. Ray Phelan, Mr. Christy Hennessy, Mr. Jo Yellop and Mr. Sean
Murphy who keep the tables in immaculate condition. The referee's and
scorekeepers did a fantastic job and of course the President Mr. William
Kelly, Mr. Sam Cashman, treasurer, and committee who work tirelessly
Alan O’Shea gets his legs waxed Timmy Murphy gets his legs waxed throughout, but a special mention to Hon. Vice President Mr. Brendan
Cooney for his work especially with the junior members. The committee
SUCCESSFUL YEAR FOR POBALSCOIL would also like to thank Mrs. Biddy Phelan for doing the catering at the
recent snooker exhibition with former world champion Ken Doherty. Ken
and his entourage and the players all enjoyed Biddy's cooking during the
Cór Phobalscoil na Trionóide has had a very successful year. In big break! The input from these people and others is what makes the soci-
February the choir was highly placed in its competition in Feis ety such an invaluable institution in our town and should not go unrecog-
Maitiú and very much complimented by the adjudicator for its nised.New members are most welcome both for senior and junior and
OAP's are free. So if you like the game itself or would like to contribute
warm, rich tone and intelligent reading of the music performed. in any way to the ongoing work that the society provides please contact
A grade of 92% was awarded to the choir in the Department of us at our office in the Market Sq.
Education and Science choral examinations. Because the choir
achieved such a good result, it has been awarded, along with the Favourite Things" by the Third Year choir. The Leaving Cert stu-
Third Year choir (which received a mark of 90%), a four star cer- dents then delighted the audience by singing or playing one of the
tificate. Our two school choirs are among the small number of solo songs/pieces they had performed for their Leaving Cert Music
school choirs in the country to have reached this level. practical exam. Claire Flavin, who was first to perform, sang
A great day was had by all on Friday the 4th of May when the "Nella Fantasia" followed by Julie Grace singing "Sunrise Sunset"
Senior Choir represented Pobalscoil na Trionóide in the Schools and Judy Hackett with "Dream Song." These were followed by
Competition for equal voices at the Cork International Choral Jennifer Keane who sang "Can't Help Loving that Man of Mine"
Festival. This is a competition in which most of the best choirs in and Edel Wilson singing "Only Love." After some very polished
the country compete. The students were extremely proud and group singing, the solo performances continued with Natalie
pleased to be awarded a mark of distinction there. O'Regan singing "All My Trials", Muriel Foley with "Ave Maria"
On Tuesday night, the 15th of May, a successful musical evening and Sarah Whyte putting us all in the mood for a tango with "La
was held in the music room in the school. The evening opened Paloma." Jenny Watson's playing of Prelude No. 6 from the Six
with a performance of the "Virgin Slumber Song" and "My Little Preludes by Bach was also very accomplished.

The evening finished

with the Senior
Choir singing "Cill
Chais" and an Israeli
folk song, "Hava
Nageela", which,
much to their
delight, the students
were requested to
sing again as an
encore. The evening
was much enjoyed
by all concerned and
it was a great oppor-
tunity for the parents
of the students to
come and hear the
fruits of the year's
work. Well done to
all concerned.

Senior Choir pictured with Music Teacher Ursula O’Tuama

Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Youghal United A.F.C.

Main Sponsor: DR Developments YOUGHAL GOLF CLUB
Munster Senior League Play Off LADIES
The clubs senior team have their final game of the season this Tuesday Wed 16th May Open Threeball Sponsor: Old Thatch, Killeagh
night in Midleton at 7pm. The team are in a relegation play-off against 1st Marian Sweeney (6) Youghal - Miriam Murphy (10) Breeda O'
Ballinhassig, and all the support the get would be much appreciated. This Farrell (22) Bandon - 89pts 2nd Anne Ladd (6) P O' Sullivan (18)
has come about because the league is in the final year of a three year re- Mary Hanley (19) 85pts - Mitchelstown 3rd Betty Joyce (14)
organisation plan. The first division that the lads are in has nine teams Lismore - Mary Daunt (14) Fota - Margaret Donovan (15)
which four teams have already been relegated. Youghal finished fifth in Harbour Point - 83pts 4th Martina O' Halloran (20) Youghal -
the division and are in a play-off with the fifth team in the other first divi-
sion Ballinhassig. That will mean that next year the Munster Senior Camel Moloney (25) Frances O' Brien (30) East Cork - 81pts
League will be made up of a premier, first and second division all with ten MIXED FOURSOMES Fri 18th May
teams in each. Let's hope that Youghal can maintain their status and best 1st Eoin O' Siochru & Kay Curtin 2nd Dominic Fogarty & Kitty
of luck to manager Ken Dempsey and the players involved. O' Sullivan BG Michael Shiels & Vera de la Cour 3rd Pat & Sheila
Cork Ladies Under 16 Team Coyne 4th Reg Keating & Eithne Pyne
Well done to Lisa O'Sullivan and Kate Sheehan who played with the Cork GENTS Fri 18th - Sat 19th - Sun 20th May Ed Coree
under 16 team during the year. Memorial Trophy Sponsored by: The Coree Family
Cork Inter League Team U-15 1st Ken Hennessy (16) 44pts 2nd Ken Dempsey (14) 41pts BG
On behalf of the club I would like to congratulate the Cork under 15 team Paul Moylan (3) 36pts 3rd Donnagh Coleman (12) 39pts 4th
that recently won the inter league competition beating Waterford in the Derek Kiely (18) 39pts 5th Denis Clifford (5) 39pts 6th Philip
final 2-1. Youghal had two players on the team Patrick Durkin and Shane
Monaghan (16) 38pts Best Fri: John O' Donoghue (19) 32pts Best
O'Flynn. Also Michael Durkin was the manager of the team.
Congratulations to all involved. Sat: Tony Scott (12) 36pts Best Sun: Ger Ahern (4) 37pts CSS Fri:
Cork Under 14 Team n/c - Sat: 72 - Sun 71.
Congratulations to Conor O'Sullivan who was Youghal's representative in Fixtures: Thurs 31st May - Fri 1st - Sat 2nd - Sun 3rd June CAP-
the Cork under 14 team. TAIN'S PRIZE WEEKEND (Mr. Seamus Kearney)
Cork under 13 Team LADIES Wed 23rd May 18 Holes Singles Stableford
Best of luck to Ross McCarthy, who is a member of the Cork Kennedy Sponsored by: Danelle/Merricks Dept Store
Cup team. They will be playing in the National competition in Limerick Silver 1st Martina O' Halloran (20) 35pts 2nd Catherine Mc
towards the end of the month. Carthy (18) 34pts BG Sheelagh O' Brien (16) 19pts 3rd Mary
Sympathies Lawton (18) 33pts 4th Ann Cronin (16) 31pts Bronze 1st Mary O'
The club would like to convey it's deepest sympathies with the McCarthy
family on the recent passing away of there mother Rita. Also we would Sullivan (22) 37pts 2nd Kay Curtin (24) 37pts 3rd Veronica Whyte
like to pass on our sympathies to Maurice Flanagan and his family on the (21) 36pts 4th Mary Pomphrett (32) 35pts 5th Angela Hynes (28)
passing away of Helen. 35pts CSS 74
National Irish Bank Summer Soccer Schools Thurs 24th & Friday 25th May Open 3ball Club Classic
The club will be hosting the National Irish Bank Summer Soccer School Main Sponsor: KIA MOTORS Youghal (Mr. Pat Ryan)
again this summer. The camp which is always a big hit with all the kids 1st William Whyte (12) Mary Whyte (34) Caith Whyte (36) 58pts
that participate is open to girls and boys from the ages of 7-15. The dates Sponsored by: Doonbeg Golf Club/Brendan Murphy 2nd Liam
this summer are 2nd - 6th July. The cost of the camp is €90. You can reg- Leahy (13) Robbie Dalton (9) Luke Swayne (11) 58pts 3rd Lar
ister online at www.fai.ie or telephone 1890 653 653. If you register by Dunne (12) Luke Mc Auliffe (15) Bertie Lupton (18) 57pts 4th
June 1st you have the option of personalising your kit. Each participant Sean Ring (12) Patsy O' Regan (14) Stephen Leamy (19) 57pts 5th
receives the following:
Special edition FAI Umbro Playing Kit, Special edition FAI Umbro Derek Baker (16) Dan Dineen (18) John Grahame (21) 56pts 6th
Football, Shoulder Bag, Water Bottle, Official Certificate of Participation, Eamon Carey (8) Pat Walsh (11) Patrick Motyer (17) 56pts 7th
Option to personalise and number your kit. Tony Kearns (5) Sean Kearns (20) Billy Crowley (20) 55pts
Dog Foul - Dog Ban Sat 26th & Sun 27th May Open 18 Holes Singles Stableford
I am sorry to say that the club have to introduce a total ban on dogs being Sponsored by: Proform Construction Presentation of prizes on
let free or walked by there owners in the clubs grounds at Ardrath Park. Friday 15th June 1st Wm Punch (16) 45pts 2nd Kevin Coyne (16)
This is because of a very serious health and safety issue that has being get- 43pts BG Karl O' Flynn (4) 33pts 3rd Sean Coyne (16) 40pts 4th
ting progressively worse over the last year. The amount of dog foul that is Michael Shiels (7) 39pts Best Sat: Larry Cunningham (12) 38pts
on the clubs pitches and training facilities is totally unacceptable. A lot of Best Sun: Christian Porter (5) 37pts CSS - Sat: 71 - Sun: 73.
dog owners are bringing there dogs into the grounds and letting them free Fixtures: Thurs 31st May - Fri 1st - Sat 2nd - Sun 3rd June
and don't seem to care about the fouling. Dog foul is a very serious haz-
Captain's Prize Weekend - Mr. Seamus Kearney Presentation of
ard to players who, if they get it in there eyes can be blinded in certain cir-
cumstances. Also this goes for our FAS guys who when cutting the grass. prizes on Sunday 3rd June at 10pm Monday 4th June - Open 3ball
Another aspect is that it just isn't nice for an eleven year old to fall on the - Sponsored by: Gleeson's Tipperary Water Wed 6th June -
ground while playing a game and, get destroyed in dog foul which has Captain's Prize to the Ladies Fri 8th at 5pm: Open 11 Holes Mixed
happened. Also a referee can call off a game if he deems the pitch to be a Foursomes Fri 8th - Sat 9th - Sun 10th June: Open Fourball
health hazard to the players because of foul. Signs are in the process of Sponsored by: Quarlcraft Engineering
being erected notifying people of the ban. Please respect them as it will be

Music For A Summer's Evening

strictly enforced.
Advertising Signs
The club are in the process of writing to businesses that don't have an St Mary's Collegiate Church,Youghal, have announced that their
advertising sign in the club grounds. People are being asked to see if they
would be interested in erecting a sign to advertise there business. The cost Summer Concert will be held in the Church on Friday 15th June at
will be €150 a year rental charge which is only €3 a week. The first €150 8 pm.Taking part will be St Mary's own College of Choral Clerks
would cover the cost of the sign and erecting it. This would allow up to who will be joined on this occasion by Ray O'Callaghan, a well
three main colours on the sign and would be a standard 8 ft by 2 ft. Every known classical guitarist from Cork.
year there after would be rental charge. Anyone who has an interest can The College of Choral Clerks under the leadership of organist Ian
contact Damien O'Brien on 086-1988526. Sexton was formed earlier in the year to reinstate a choral tradition
Under 16 Ladies Match Munster Under 16's V Wolverhampton Belles at St Mary's that goes back to 1464. Already they have proved to
On Thursday night coming the Munster under-16's take on the travelling be a welcome addition to services in Youghal and have performed
Wolverhampton belles who are on tour around the country. So if you concerts in St Mary's, Fota House, and other churches within the
aren't up to much on Thursday night, why not pop in and check out this
Diocese. Tickets will cost €10 and school-children are free. They
game which should be of a very good quality.
All-Weather Pitch can be obtained at the Kiosk in SuperValu, Youghal and Crees
The clubs all-weather pitch is available for hire at €25 per hour for five a side Card Shop, Youghal. Further information from the Rector,
pitch or €50 for a full pitch. The man to contact is Chris on 086-3461540. Andrew McCroskery, 024 92350.
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007



Claire Flanagan winning the Senior Sarah Ryan who equalled the Munster Nikita Savage who won the Michael Healy who won the
Girls Javelin Competiton at the KitKat record in winning the Senior Girls Pole Intermediate Girls Pole Vault at the Intermediate Boys High Jump at the
Munster Schools Finals at the Vault at the KitKat Munster Schools KitKat Munster Schools Finals at the KitKat Munster Schools Finals at the
University of Limerick Finals at the University of Limerick University of Limerick University of Limerick

The University of Limerick Track proved to be a very successful 5th in the Javelin with a best of 33m and took 6th place in the
place for Youghal Athletic Club Athletes on Saturday when stu- Discus for Intermediate Boys.
dents took four individual titles. The best performance came in the The KitKat All-Ireland Schools Championships will be held in
Pole Vault Competition where Sarah Ryan equalled the Munster Tullamore on Saturday June 2nd at 9a.m. The following Athletes
Record with a clearance of 2.60m. Sarah has shown continual have Qualified:
improvement since her selection of the Irish Team in the Schools SENIOR GIRLS: Claire Flanagan, High Jump and Javelin;
International last July and is now ranked in the top four Senior Sarah Ryan Pole Vault; Niamh O’Regan 3,000m;
Women in Ireland in her chosen sport. Nikita Savage took her first INTERMEDIATE GIRLS: Nikita Savage Pole Vault
Munster Title in the Intermediate Girls Pole Vault with a clearance SENIOR BOYS; Ray Kelly Pole Vault
of 2.30m. She was very close to equalling her personal best of INTERMEDIATE BOYS: Michael Healy High Jump and Triple
2.40m. She finished in 6th place in the Javelin Competition. Claire Jump
Flanagan showed a return to form to take the Senior Girls Javelin
Competition, breaking 27m for the first time this season. Sarah
Ryan took the silver in this competition, showing the depth of tal-
ent in the field events currently in the school. Claire had a very
busy day taking the silver medal in the Senior High Jump and had
a season’s best in the Triple Jump with 9.29m, missing out on a
place in the All-Ireland Finals by only 6cm. Michael Healy took
another Munster Title when winning the Intermediate Boys High
Jump with a best of 1.75m. He also took a silver in the Triple Jump
with a best of 12.10m. Niamh O’Regan had a brilliant perform-
ance in the Senior Girls 3,000m in finishing in 3rd place.
Ray Kelly, who was only five days out of plaster, took the bronze
medal in the Senior Boys Pole Vault to qualify for his first Irish
Schools Championships. Stephen Orr finished in 5th place in the
Senior Boys Long Jump with a best of 5.59m. David Ryan finished
5th in the Javelin with a best of 33m and took 6th place in the Ray Kelly 3rd in Pole Vault Niamh O’Regan, 3rd in 3,000m

Mary Ann Joyce presenting a cheque for €800 to Ann

Swayne and John Linehan of Cork Spina Bifida and Mary Ann Joyce presenting a cheque for €800 to Youghal Crochet Ladies pcitured with Con and Callie
Hydrocephalus Con and Callie O’Sullivan of Cystic Fibrosis. O’Sullivan of Cystic Fibrosis.
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Youghal Choral Society Host

Charity Fashion Show At Danelles

Ned O'Keeffe TD on the campaign trail with family and friends outside The Quay's

Peter Roche, Muriel Foley and Sarah White with Lil Danne and James Buckley

Models Anne Ryan and Anne Nicholson Breeda Curtin and Tina Coleman

Valerie Slattery, Joss Mansfield, Lydia Mossop and Jean Healy

Children from Tallow Community preparing for their Benefit Meeting at Youghal
Models Ann Marie Keniry, Avril Geary and Sarah White Greyhound Stadium.
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007



Cllr. Sandra McLellan with newly- Cllr. Sandra McLellan with family, friends and supporters at
Michael Ahern TD pictured with his wife and children elected Labour TD Sean Sherlock the count centre

Tom Linehan and Cllr. Barbara

Mark O’Hagan, Alice Walsh and Geraldine Katrina Byrne, Lorna McLellan and Fergus Griffin at the Murray
Browne count centre

Michael Ahern TD and Sandra

McLellan Ollie Dempsey, Conor Farrell, Ross Gemma O'Brien, Ciara Connelly and
Donovan, Danny Kiely, Alex Sarah Donoghue, Jane Crowley,
Leddingham and Sean Farrell Alannah Finn and Rachel Carroll

A triumphant Michael Ahern TD

Mackie Dempsey and Finbarr celebrates his re-election
Michelle Coyne, Julie Roche and Louise Dempsey, Sarah Keane,
Heather Curley, Laura Donoghue and
Molly McGrath Siobhan O'Brien and Aoife O'Neill,
Ellen O'Brien, Jessica Carroll, Erin
Galvin and Ciar McArdle with their
teacher Eithne Watson

Kevin Collins and Pat Reilly of CRY with Cllr. Barbara Murray and her Andrew O'Brien, Alan Flavin, David
Byron, Laura Diez, Emer Farrell and Monica Kirwan and Amy Crowley
daughter Aoife Aoife Flavin Roisin Furey-Long and Ellie Collins
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007



Class 4A1 with their certificates

Overall winner Brian McCarthy accepts his prize from Mrs. Nan Higgins
on behalf of her husband

Class 4A2 with their certificates

Joy Bryan Ladie’s Gross accepts Lily Bulman Ladie’s Nett accepts
her prize from Mrs. Nan Higgins her prize from Mrs. Nan Higgins

Transition Year students with their certificates

Helen Landers Ladie’s Nett accepts Tom McCarthy Hole in one accepts his
her prize from Mrs. Nan Higgins prize from Mrs. Nan Higgins

Transition Year students receiving Gaisce Awards

Michael Landers - Gross accepts Dan Sheehan - Nett accepts his

his prize from Mrs. Nan Higgins prize from Mrs. Nan Higgins

Wedding Photography
Portfolio viewing by appointment
Tel 087-2202604 Transition Year students in their band ‘Shots’. Singer: David Twomey,
Drums: Elliot Bailey, Bass: Simon Daly, Lead Guitar: David Mulcahy
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007


ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP DRAW The sun was up and shining bright and early on Thursday 17th May at
Photo Michael Hussey
Youghal Golf Club as were Miley Griffin Chairman and his team of
Fidelma Coleman, Ml. Cronin, Denis and Colin Broderick, Liam Sloane
and Maurice Smiddy. The picturesque course was in superb condition and
great credit is due to head green keeper Maurice Smiddy and his team.
Mr. Barry Sharkey representing Multiroofing Systems Main Sponsors
presented the prizes. The winning team of the GUI competition was
Blackwater Homes. The team consisted of Kevin Curtin, Barry Curtin and
Tony Lynch. Ken Hogan & Tim Cronin were the main and popular win-
ners of the Monster Raffle - Ken winning an I pod and Tim winning the
Signed and framed Cork Jersey.
Miley Griffin thanked all for their generosity and support for this Golf
Classic. A special thanks was extended to main sponsors Multiroofing.
other sponsors The Quality Hotel, Beamish & Crawford and Cuisine de
France and all who had advertising features on tee boxes and entered
teams their support was very much appreciated. All who donated raffle
prizes and helped in any other way were thanked. He wished all contin-
ued success in their business as the event would not have been possible
Claire Fitzgerald and her son Neil draw the winner of this year's scholarship with without their support.
Bernie Heffernan, Deputy Principal Pobalscoil na Trionoide, Eleanor Barry, Helen
Waide, chairwomen Youghal Credit Union, Liam O'Laochdha, Frank Delaney and
Michael Sheehan

1st Prize went to Kevin and Barry Curtin and Tony Lynch pictured with Barry
Sharkey and Miley Griffin of Multi Roofing, sponsors

Lucky prizewinners pictured with legendary CRY broadcaster 104 There's a

Whole Lot More Nooche Kenefick and Maura Coyne Gaelic Telecom, sponsors.

Barry Sharkey with prizewinners Martin Prendergast, Anthony Horgan and

Michael O'Sullivan

Maura Coyne Gaelic Telecom presenting an individually signed helmet to Olive

McGrath in aid of the Bukoba Hospital Roof Fund Raffle.

Barry Sharkey with prizewinners Ken Hogan and Paddy Heaphy

Mayor Of Youghal Sammy Revins pictured with cyclists and collectors outside
Mall House after the annual Imokilly Muintir na Tire Charity Cycle Barry Sharkey with prizewinners Eddie and Michael Ryan and Jim Coleman
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007



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Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

The Matron and Staff of Cois Abhann would like to
thank everyone who supported our recent Coffee
Morning in aid of the Alzheimers Association of
Ireland. A total of €730 was raised and it has been for-
warded to the Alzheimers Association of Ireland.
Thanks again for your support.

Bunscoil Mhuire Pupils

Raise €1,000 for the
Una Furey and Helen Mackessy, Course Tutors, pictured with the Cumann na Emer Casey Foundation
Daoine Women's Group who successfully completed the 20hour bullying aware-
ness and self esteem course

Ciara Broderick Farrell making the presentation to Brendan and Juliette Casey.
Sr. Bernard and nurse Joanne Williams kindly accepting the lovely blankets knit- Also included are Eoghan Rua O’Neill, Principal, Marian Leamy Teacher and
ted by members of the Women's group of Cumann na Daoine pupils of Bun Scoil Mhuire, Youghal.

Youghal Golf Club Ladies Open Three Ball

Sponsored by The Old Thatch, Killeagh

1st Prizewinners: Marian Sweeney, Breeda O'Farrell and Miriam Murphy pictured The Coin Trail of the Emer Casey Foundation Logo produced by Students and
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Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Make the Most from the Sea

Best Wishes to Aquatrek from

Muckley’s RJI Jewellers

93 North Main St, Youghal Tel 024 92636

Best of luck from all at

Best of Luck and Every Success from
Martin Coffer at
AS AN island nation we are surrounded by our greatest natural
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Aboard a 33ft Catamaran more than 1 hours' drive from the sea...but most jet abroad to enjoy
Contact 087 2657177 the seaside???
The Sea is our lifeline to the rest of the world. 98% of the our
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Congratulations and Best Wishes from clean, fresh, healthy food source, a place of work, a place to play,
a unique environment which looks the same on no two consecu-

The Walter tive days.

At Aquatrek, we can teach you the skills required to make the

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O’Briens Place, Youghal - Tel 024 92011

Best of Luck to Aquatrek From

Distributors of RS Feva, Ocean Kayak,
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Wishing John & Laura Innes Every Success with Aquatrek Starting in May, we will have a fleet of these 'RS Feva Xl' high
performance dinghies...They're fast and manoeuvrable and are the

preferred choice of most training centres for their simplicity to


We invite you to join us for lots of fun afloat on local day sails
and some racing through the ISA Small Boat Sailing Scheme.
165 North Main Street, Youghal Courses will commence in June offering Levels 1, 2 and 3 of this
Hardware / Electrical Supplies / Builders Providers scheme, guaranteed to get you well on the way to being an excel-
lent sailor.
TEL: 024 92705 / 93032 Later in the season we're getting the RS Vision, slightly bigger
Best of luck and continued success to Aquatrek but better suited to the adult space requirements.
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Make the Most from the Sea

Congratulations and Best of Luck in your new venture

Tel 087 234 9472

Y o u g h a l, C o . C o r k

Best of Luck to Aquatrek from

John Long
Cruising is also available with some very exciting destinations on
our itinerary. 1-day, 2-day, weekend, long weekend and 6-day
cruises will regularly depart Youghal for places such as West Cork,
Dingle, The Fastnet Rock, Kilmore Quay, Dunmore East, Rosslare
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We're not offering official training packages this season but
these are great mileage builders towards future training scheme
Best of Luck and Continued Success from

Farrells Bar

Best of Luck from

Greencloyne, Youghal

Jim & Mary Browne

with all the staff at the

We offer a full range of Powerboat courses from 1-day Intro cours-

es, (suitable for corporate or social club outings) to the exciting wish every success to Aquatrek
and very rewarding Advanced Powerboat Course.
Our instructors all have years of experience in their own boats, Best of Luck to Aquatrek from

Maryville House
working as instructors and learning from others mistakes as mem-
bers of the local RNLI Lifeboat crew. They are thorough, keen to

Boarding Kennells
pass on their knowledge and experience and always ready to give
you the time you need to answer any questions you may have.
It's reassuring to know that if something does go wrong out M ODERN HEATED KENNELLS
there, people of this admirable and often thankless nature are CLASHNADONNA, YOUGHAL, CO CORK
always ready to put to sea to help us out. Tina O’Driscoll: 087 9127012 or 024 92603
Anthony O’Driscoll: 086 1744771
Youghal News.....May 31st 2007

Make the Most from the Sea

CRUISING Dinghy Sailing is a rewarding and enjoyable activity but if you

For the 2007 season we have the privilege of having a Privilege 37 are in that group of adults who find it a bit too exhaustive and con-
catamaran on board for our local Cruising activities. sider it more a sport for the younger, more agile, members of the
Skipper Clive Phillips has over 320 000 miles under his belt, human race, then you MUST try cruising.
including more than a few Trans-Atlantics, many in less-than- Cruising with Aquatrek you can sit back and relax or get as
favourable conditions. involved as you like in the ship-side duties, all the time enjoying
Join Clive on-board and you are guaranteed to enjoy the scenery and sunsets like you have never imagined.
relaxed atmosphere of this ultra-safe cruising vessel. She sleeps 6 On all our Cruises we eat breakfast and lunch on board but try
in 3 cabins on our longer trips, one en-suite and one separate head to get ashore for our evening meals in some of the finest restau-
(toilet). Twin engines never leave you down, even if nature does rants on offer.
and the Galley is always on the go with tea, coffee or light meals.
This beautiful, well-equipped vessel will be taking our day
trips as well as or long-haul cruises based in Youghal. As the
Dolphins accompany us on our way our only request is that you

Powerboating is a very rewarding and diverse sport. The definition

of a Powerboat is 'Any open boat propelled by mechanical means'.
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When we buy a car we know that we are never far from a main
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mechanical failure may be no more serious than being late for an
Few of us know or even care about what's happening under the
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Sim r a d 3 D B o t t o m S o n a r , R e e f , S h a r k S p e c i a l i s e i n O f f s h o r e W r e c k s work ashore and you have developed a strong case for doing a lot
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Daunting as it may seem at first, doing this work is easy, reward-
Whale of a Time Best Wishes to Aquatrek from ing and beneficial. You can learn new skills as well as becoming
is an exciting way to experience the familiar with your boats' temperament, her flaws and how to do
Cork coastline and enjoy quick-fix and get home repairs should the inevitable happen.
marine adventure. This is a safe and
enjoyable adventure for young and old alike. Whether there's no sailing today for whatever reason, or even
Trips can run all year round. in the depths of winter, there's always plenty to do on-board.
Prior booking is recommended Replacing anodes, servicing the engine/s, effecting basic repairs
Kevin: 086 3283256 (Youghal Trips) from the knock on the pier last week, installing new electronics or
Ray: 087 1203463 (Kinsale) caring for the tender and its outboard engine... Then there's some-
Mike: 086 3283250 (Whale & Dolphin Watching)
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