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Fist Day of Business of School Bord Bia Transition Year Cookery
Credit Union for this School Year Demonstration organised by the
Home Economics Department for
all Transition Year students.

Harry Oliphant opening an account with Amber Walsh (Marketing and PR) and
Shauna Harnedy (Advertising).

Transition Year Students Carol Keniry, Kevin Mythen, Sheila Kelly (Bord Bia
Food Advisor) and Sebastian Schauffer enjoying the cookery demonstration

Blathnaid Ni Chléirigh (Finance) and Sorcha Treacy (Administration) pictured


with Debbie Latz, Youghal Credit Union Youth Development Officer

Pictured are First Year Home Economic students from Pobalscoil na Tríonóide
who prepared, cooked and served a healthy breakfast as part of the “Breakfast
Together Week” which took place recently. The Home Economics Department
would like to thank Mr. Tony Carlton of Value Centre, Little Island ad
Hollingsworth Milk for kindly sponsoring the event.

"SAY CHEESE!"
Christine Cusack (Assistant Manager) On Monday 19th of October the 6th year Home Economics stu-
and Roisin O’Keeffe (Manager) dents were delighted to welcome Mr. Eamonn Lonergan of
Knockanore cheese to give a talk about his successful Irish
Farmhouse Cheese business. Students enjoyed the talk where they
learned how Knockanore Irish Farmhouse Cheese was established
and had the opportunity to sample the beautiful cheeses that
recently won two Gold medals and one silver at the International
Cheese Competition and also won Gold and Silver at the World
Cheese Awards for their Oakwood Smoked Cheese. The Home
Economics department would like to thank Mr. Lonergan for his
excellent presentation to the students and wish Knockanore
Holly Rose Twomey with Lauren Michael Hallahan, Claire Fitzgerald Co- Farmhouse Cheese every success in the future.
Buckley Ordinator and James Skelly

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CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL CREDIT UNION DAY
At Youghal Credit Union Limited
On October 15th , credit union members around the world cele- years.
brate International Credit Union Day, an event designed to com- For more information about Youghal Credit Union Limited events,
memorate the credit union movement's history and achievements. visit youghalcu.ie or contact info @youghalcu.ie. The main phone
In honour of this special day, Youghal Credit Union Limited invit- number is 024 92325.
ed the community to an open day in the main office which includ-
ed light beverages and other treats.
Credit unions are not-for-profit financial cooperatives that provide
an effective and viable alternative to for-profit financial institu-
tions for more than 186 million members in 97 countries world-
wide. They exist to serve their members, providing a safe place to
save money and access affordable loans.
Youghal Credit Union Limited has over €80 million in assets with
shares amounting to €70.8 million and loans outstanding of €40.8
million. Youghal Credit Union Limited has sub offices in Killeagh
and Ardmore and services approximately 12,000 members.
Since 1948, International Credit Union Day has been celebrated
annually on the third Thursday of October. Each year, the interna-
tional event affords the opportunity to remember credit unions'
proud history and promote awareness of and support for the cred- Kathleen Smiddy and Fiona Keniry enjoying a cup of tea with Youghal Credit
it union difference. This year's theme -Your Money. Your Choice. Union Staff Sinead Aherne and Christine Griffin and with Helen Waide of the
Your Credit Union - underlines the credit union and cooperative Promotion and Development Committee
spirit, emphasizing value, trust and service to members.
This year has seen Youghal Credit Union Limited invest in the
local community by lending €16 million to members. We believe
that most of that money was spent locally and generated business
for the local economy. Youghal Credit Union Limited was also a
major contributor to the local enterprise centre which has recently
been established to generate local sustainable employment.
Credit unions are not-for-profit financial co-operatives that pro-
vide an effective and viable alternative to for-profit financial insti-
tutions for more than 2.9 million members on the island of Ireland.
They are member-owned and exist to provide a safe place to save
money and access affordable loans. Currently Youghal Credit
Union Limited offers a fixed Home Loan rate of 6% which has
certain terms and conditions that apply. In the past number of
years Youghal Credit Union Limited has also paid a loan interest
Mai and Angel Lee with dog Charlie
rebate to members which further reduces the cost of borrowing. pictured with Siobhan and Marian Christine Griffin with Louise and Ryan
Moloney Sanders
CREDIT UNIONS UNDERSTAND MEMBERS' NEEDS
According to Kieron Brennan CEO of the Irish League of Credit
Unions.
"Credit unions are based in the heart of local communities and
have a real understanding of the needs of their members. In these
uncertain times, more and more people are turning to credit unions
as they become disillusioned with other financial providers. Credit
unions are all about people. They exist to serve members, not to
profit from their needs".
The ILCU represents 103 Credit Unions in Northern Ireland, with
almost 380,000 members, and assets of £885 million.
Earlier this year, credit unions in Ireland announced a new associ-
ation with Irish international rugby player Brian O'Driscoll. Over
the coming year Brian will be working with the Irish League of Paggy Lawton, Helen Waide and Nuala
O’Keeffe. Thomas and Lily Bulman
Credit Unions to promote both credit unions and credit union ini-
tiatives. This association will seek to highlight the very signifi-
cant contribution that credit unions make in local communities at
every level.
Commenting on the announcement Brian O Driscoll said "I am
delighted to have become involved with the credit union move-
ment at this time. I believe it is an important time for our commu-
nities and I have always greatly admired the valuable role that
credit unions have played in fostering a sense of belonging and
team work".
The Irish Credit Union movement is among the most successful in
the world with the highest membership per capita. Started in 1958
by 3 pioneers, Nora Herlihy, Séamus P Mac Eoin and Sean Forde,
the Irish Credit Union movement has steadily expanded its servic-
es to meet the changing needs of members over the past fifty one Valerie Walsh, Mary Morrisson, Geraldine Hearty & Barry Treacy
Retirement Party for Garda Pat O'Leary at Youghal Golf Club

Superintendent Flor Horan making a Chief Superintendent Kieran McGann


presentation to Pat making a presentation to Pat

Pat and Vina O'Leary pictured with their children Brendan, Roisin and Kevin

Pat with former work colleagues, Pat Grace, Cormac Moroney, Tadgh O'Mahoney,
Brendan Casey, Tom McCarthy, Dan Goggin, John Walsh and Dan McSweeney

Garda Dave Leahy making a presenta-


Kevin O’ Leary pictured with Alison tion to Pat on behalf of the G.R.A.
Curtin and Maeve Beecher

Pat and Vina pictured with nieces Ava and Saoirse Burns

Detective Inspector Brian Goulding; Flor Horan, Superintendent; Eoghan Healy,


Inspector; Pat O'Leary; John Sharkey, Sargent in Charge, Youghal Garda Station
and Chief Superintendent Kieran McGann

Pat with current Youghal Gardai, Detective Garda Shay Lyons, Kieran Lynch, Kay
Phelan and Eoin Hodnett

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tion to Pat on behalf of Unit D at Mary Beecher presenting Vina O’ Leary Vina pictured with her sister Breeda
Youghal Garda Station with a Bouquet of Flowers Galvin
Youghal Town Council Accords a Civic
Reception to Christy Cooney, Uachtarán Cumann
Lúthcleas Gael at The Mall Arts Centre

Mayor of Youghal, Sandra McLellan


welcoming Christy Cooney, Uachtarán
Cumann Lúthcleas Gael to the Council
Chamber
Mayor Sandra McLellan with Christy and family in the Council Chamber

Mayor of Youghal, Sandra McLellan


making a presentation to Christy
Christy Cooney pictured in the Council Chamber with Mayor Sandra McLellan and seated L to R are Cllrs. Mary Linehan- Cooney, Uachtarán Cumann Lúthcleas
Foley, Michelle Hennessy and Barbara Murray. Standing are Cllrs. Liam Burke, Eoin Coyne, Michael Beecher and Sammy
Revins. Gael

Mayor Sandra McLellan with Christy and Youghal GAA Club members
INTERESTED IN GROWING
YOUR OWN FOOD?
First Meeting of GIY Youghal From 6.30pm on Wednesday the
4th of November the library in Youghal will be the venue for the
inaugural meeting of GIY (Grow it Yourself) Youghal. GIY
Youghal will meet thereafter on the first Thursday of each month.
GIY networks aim to take the ''self'' out of ''self-sufficiency'' by get-
ting back-garden growers together on a regular basis to talk, learn
Mayor Sandra McLellan with Christy and his wife Anne and daughter Edel. from each other and exchange tips, produce and war-stories! The
meetings are free and open to people interested in food growing at

COUNT DOWN TO CHRISTMAS all levels, i.e. from growing a few herbs on the balcony to complete
self-sufficiency, from beginners to old hands. Hundreds of people
are involved in existing GIY groups around Ireland and activities
Come and walk with the Cumann Na Daoine Walking Group and include talks on specific food-growing topics, garden visits, seed
Get fit for Christmas. Cumann Na Daoine (League of the Cross) swaps, produce bartering, mentor panels and the return of the
Every Wednesday 1.05 - 2pm - Start with 5 mins of gentle warm meitheal (where growers get together in one another's gardens to
up. Walk approx 50mins. End with gentle stretches. Wear comfort- carry out some growing related task). For more information please
able shoes. Contact Stacey for further information 024-91900 All call Theresa on 086-8247218 or Deborah on 021-4667973 or email
Welcome giyyoughal@gmail.com. www.giyireland.com
Helen Waide, Ardsallagh, Youghal, who graduated recently from UCC with a BA
degree.

New Gardaí for Youghal

Pictured recently at Youghal Garda Station are Killian Barry from Douglas who
was previously stationed in Coolock, Dublin, Trevor Sheehan from Mallow who
was previously stationed in Ennis, Co. Clare and Eoin Hartnett from Skibbereen
whose first assignment is in Youghal Garda Station

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WHATS ON @ THE MALL ART EXHIBITION IN THE GLASS ANNEX
The Mall Arts Centre is proud to announce the upcoming exhibi-
ARTS CENTRE ? tion of works from artists Andrea Cashell, Martha Cashman, Diane
Magee and Jeni Dorrian Lee. The show will include a series of oil
Kavanagh – Tuesday, November 3rd at 8pm paintings by Diane and Jeni, individual ceramic pieces by Andrea
Written by Tom O’Brien and directed by John Dunne* and ceramic displays by Martha. It will be open to the public from
A play on the life and times of Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh and his Tuesday November 24th and will run until Wednesday December
relationships with friends, family and foes. 3rd 2009. Opening hours 10am – 5.30pm.
A two-handed exploration of the life For further details on any of the above or to make a booking at the
and times of Irish poet Patrick Mall Arts Centre, call 083 360 6507 now !
Kavanagh (1904-1967) as seen through
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Jon Kenny – ‘I’m not says I …I’m Fine’


Saturday, November 28th at 8pm
As the Celtic Tiger seems to have slunk
into a corner, curled into a ball and gone
to sleep, God only knows where-has
anyone seen him- and our newspapers
are full of stories of doom and gloom
and bad weather, an evening of hilari-
ous comedy with the inimitable Jon
Kenny is just what the doctor ordered.
We could all do with a good dose of
Sister Kathleen Maguire P.B.V.N with Finbarr Motherway,Teresa Millea and
that! So turn off your televisions and Father Tony Byrne C.S.S.p
radios – they’re only making you sick –
and come out for an evening of craic.
‘He has an uncanny eye for the most
absurd elements of life as we know it
while at the same time lampooning the idiocies spawned by
recently discovered (and just as quickly lost) affluence’ (Hotpress
– March 11 2009)
‘Jon Kenny drips country. If you hung him out to dry what you’d
find if you looked in the puddle below would be a reflection of
rural Ireland over the past few decades, warts and all’ (Donegal
News)
‘I’m not says I …I’m Fine’ heralds a return for Jon to the type of
work that made his reputation as one of the most talented comedi-
ans in Ireland.
Jon uses the changing face of contemporary Ireland as the scaf- Attending the seminar, Pamela O'Connor, Helen Coen, June Arnott, Linda O'Regan
and Angela Kearns
fold on which to build his hilarious observations and characters.
Running through such contrasting experiences as supporting
Munster rugby to visiting a health spa, Kenny takes no prisoners YOUGHAL NEWS
and delights in emphasizing the humour in everyday life. Next issue: November 12th
This is a thrilling experience for lovers of comedy everywhere.
Tickets are now on sale at Crees Card Shop at the recession beat- 3,500 Copies FREE every fortnight
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Joe Gleeson celebrates his 90th Birthday with family
and friends at Farrells Summerfield Bar

Joe and his wife Cis, celebrating his 90th Birthday and their 64th Wedding Anniversary pictured with four generations of the Gleeson Family at Farrells Summerfield
Bar. Music, Song and Dance made for a perfect celebration

Joe pictured with his grandson Damien and his wife Louise and children Cian and
Sally-Ann

Joe and his wife Cis with Children Marie, Ger, Marian, Grace, Tess and Liam
COUNTRY MUSIC
AWARDS NIGHT
Community Radio Youghal presents its first ever country music
Awards Night on Monday 9th November at 8pm sharp in the
Walter Raleigh Hotel, Youghal. There are 10 award categories in
total as well as a special Hall of Fame award.
The categories are:
Most Popular Singer - local scene;
Most Requested Local Artist on the radio;
Song Writer;
Most Popular Irish Country Duo
Most Popular Group
Most Popular Local Album (2009)
Most Popular Local Country Duo
Joe pictured with his grandson Brian and his wife Claire and children Kate and Jane Favourite Irish International Performer;
Favourite Irish Male Singer;
CARD DRIVE Favourite Irish Concert Entertainer;
Hall of Fame Award.
Free – 45 Card Drive – Prizes Turkeys / Hams.
Tune into the country music shows on Community Radio Youghal
Youghal Men’s Social Club are organising a 45 card drive com-
on 104fm for more details and to hear how you can vote for your
mencing on Tuesday 17th November at 8pm. The drive will run
favourite artist. And don't forget to come to the Walter Raleigh
for four weeks in Cumann Na Daoine (League of the Cross).
Hotel, Youghal on the Monday 9th November for a great night's
Tables must be booked in advance due to limited availability con-
entertainment at the first ever CRY Country Music Awards Night.
tact Stacey at 024-91900.
stone sign for Dr. Kennedy's Place. The estates were considered to
TIDY TOWN'S 2009 be generally well kept, with some attractive to excellent landscap-
ing. Likewise the traditional town houses were largely "well pre-
REPORT REVEALS sented" with "attractive colour schemes, beautiful hanging bas-
YOUGHAL IMPRESSION kets, window boxes and tubs of flowers." Sever private hoses, it
was noted, had "brilliant displays of flowers, shrubs, trees and
By Christy Parker hedging," all of which "bolster the public flora to show to town at
Youghal Town Cllr Mary Linehan Foley delivered a synopsis of its best." Mention was made of "a bungalow at the back of St.
the Adjudication Report from 2009 Tidy Towns Competition Mary's Collegiate, across from a small car park, that has excep-
(Cork South) to the October meeting. The report's comments tional landscaping to the front where the house nestles peacefully
seemed surprisingly positive, given the dog turds, fag butts, beer on the side of a hill."
cans, abandoned plastic bags, Moll Goggin's corner apartment Roads, Streets and Back Areas: The roads were generally "in
block, etc., that one encounters on an average stroll through the good condition," with road signs "clean and distinct." Youghal
jurisdiction. Possibly, the adjudicators like to emphasise the posi- was found to have "great footpaths that lead out long distances
tive by way of encouragement, in the manner of an art teacher from the town centre, with many people walking on a sunny day."
telling a student he has 'a good eye for colour' while disregarding (Sure sign of recession at last?!). The roadside verges at the town
the squashed pizza effect on the canvas. (Crosshaven got similar entrances were "well maintained" and helped extend "a welcom-
commentary and finished 36 points below us.) ing feeling at the glorious landscaping at the roundabouts" and
In any case, Youghal's 272 marks from 400 beat Midleton's pal- thereafter.
try244. The report is too lengthy to repeat in full but the adjudica- General Impression: The writer said, "it was a pleasure to visit
tion report contained the following pats on the head: Youghal," after a ten year absence. He had found "great improve-
Overall Development Approach: ments" towards its current "high standard" and was impressed
Local people very well informed of plans and activities and con- with 'the way the back areas have been developed." He thanked all
tact with schools on six different contexts very worthwhile. for the Tidy Town's Committee for its efforts and presentation.
The Built Environment: New enterprises were found to be blend- That'll teach you, Midleton!
ing well with traditional businesses, Katrina in the visitor centre
was "very helpful" and the heritage trail was very impressive. The
Visitor Centre and Youghal Town Council Offices were "beauti- TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
ful" and the Market Square "supreme," with the cut-stone monu-
ment to Danny "Duis" McCarthy much admired. Gaelscoil RE-EMPHASISES
Chorain, its railings and piers, were much appreciated, as were the
town's churches and major historical structures. The report notes
PRE-TENANCY COURSES
busy, attractive shops "with no sign of the recession" (!) at the end By Christy Parker
of June. On a detrimental note, the compiler felt "some suitable Future local authority tenants may or may not be aware that, part
protective structures" could be installed at Buttimer's and Harvey's of the process in gaining the keys to the new residence involves
Quays "to avoid people accidentally falling into the docks." So the attending a pre-tenancy course. The matter was briefly re-empha-
Tidy Town's adjudicators committee would recommend the 800 sised by Town Clerk Liam Ryan at the October Town Council
year-old quayside be fenced off?!! meeting.
Landscaping: Memorial (Green) Park was lauded, with high Mr. Ryan first explained that the purpose of such a course was to
praise for the "magnificent" and "exciting" Youghal Tidy Town's explain the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlord in all
Committee booklet. Wildflowers growing out of stone walls were aspects of management and upkeep of property. Further issues
considered excellent." include the council's Anti-Social Behaviour Policy, waste recy-
Wildife and Natural Amenities: Sadly, much appreciation here, cling, differential rent schemes, various rent payment methods and
with the scenic splendour and tranquil ambience of the Slob Bank options with regard to purchasing the property. He added that
described as "a rough road surface not that suited to walking" and agencies invited to send representatives also to attend the course
bedecked with "lots of vegetation and all kinds of briars." It was include the Garda, MABS (Money Advice and Budgeting Service)
recommended it be chemically treated. That'll go down well with and the Community Welfare Office.
the underage drinkers!! He summarised the ore-tenancy course format thus:
Litter Control: Litter was deemed "well controlled, with only iso- 1) Introduction; 2) Meeting addressed by Garda MSBS and CWO
lated bits" on the road to the recycling centre, near the Strand representatives; 3) Letting Agreement read; 4) Tenants advised
Church, around the docks, plus a few more places! Bizarrely, the they are responsible for insuring contents of property; 5) Councils
reporter noted that, "some of this may have come from passing Anti=Social Policy explained; 6) Tenants encouraged to establish
motorists" and "doubts if much of it was discarded by locals." The Residents' Association or join existing one; 7) Tenants advised o
town centre was deemed "almost litter free" and "was being tidied waste disposal, recycling and composting options; 8) Rents calcu-
up by a gentleman." lation and payment methods explained; 9) options for purchase
Waste Minimisation: The compiler was "surprised" to find "a outlined; 10) Town Foreman/Engineer advised s on electrical,
mattress and lots of other items, some in plastic bags, dumped at plumbing and maintenance issues; 11) Letting Agreement signed
the rear of the old Youghal Carpets building." A local man said this and keys handed over; 12) On completion of course, tenant signs
was prevalent in other areas too, particularly since the €3 entrance a Declaration stating that the Letting Agreement has been fully
fee to the ('free') recycling centre was introduced. The centre itself explained, that they understand the terms and conditions and have
was described as "busy" with the depot and landfill "clean and been given a copy of the Tenant Handbook.
orderly." It was noted that the schools' waste minimisation initia-
tive programme had been completed but that it was unclear
whether this was in connection to a relevant 'green flag' education-
al programme. Youghal Bowling Club
Tidiness: The town was considered "orderly and tidy, especially
in the town centre," with weed-free, well-swept kerbs. It was rec- Last Tuesday's competition was very closely contested with very
ommended that rear of Youghal Carpets be boarded up and that the few points separating the teams. The winners on the day were :-
Tidy Towns Committee attend to "the walk starting at the dump," Mary Sheehan, Emily Fitzgerald and Ann Galvin. Well done
i.e. the Slob Bank, if under it's control. ladies. Best score in the Pairs competition went to Kitty shields
Residential Areas: and Michael Bevin. Bowling Continues next Tuesday at Arus At
The name signs were praised, especially the stone sign for Dr. 2:15pm.
Brendan Grace
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WEST WATERFORD NEWS
"Double celebrations for the Buckley's lady who devoted many years of her life caring for her elderly par-
This week we had double celebrations in the Buckley household ents both of whom are now deceased. From a farming background
in Graigue Aglish with the safe arrival of twins Alanna and Patrick - she worked hard all her life and would not be easily intimidated.
born to proud parents Anita [nee O Malley] and Oliver, and most She loves the simple things of life, to reside in the comfort and
welcome brother and sister for Ben and Sarah. Congratulations security of her own home would be of great importance to her -
and best wishes from all your family and friends sadly this attack has robbed her of that too We pray she will make
Ole Mill Poker Classic a full and speedy recovery.
The winner of last week's poker classic at the Ole Mill in While none can compare with this most recent attack -we have had
Kinsalebeg was Jackie Hallahan well done Jackie. Poker again a series of robberies right throughout the West Waterford area, in
this week all are welcome. recent weeks. Including a break in at our church in Piltown last
Birthday Greetings week. Meanwhile it is inexcusable that people should have to live
Happy birthday from all at the Ole Mill to Suzanne Allen who cel- in fear of their lives in their homes. We all seem to be sitting idly
ebrated her birthday last weekend by like stroke victims - helpless and totally frustrated at our inabil-
Winners of our rings ity to help those who have already been victimised, or to prevent
Well done to Mary Deady and Richard Walsh who were last further attacks in the future.
week's winners of our Sunday roast in our weekly ring tourna- Equally inexcusable are the reasons being given to justify these
ment. crimes - that the perpetrators were under the influence of drugs or
Well done drink. Crime like this is not acceptable under any circumstances.
Well done to our local team Clashmore Ramblers on their 4-1 vic- Community Alert -Revived
tory over Mooncoin In response to all the terrible events that have taken place in our
Table Quiz community in recent weeks it has been decided to revive
Calling all you "Quiz Teams" - Clashmore school Parents "Community Alert". In this past this group was a very active force
Association will host their annual fundraising table quiz on Friday in the parish and no doubt it was a great deterrent for criminal
night November 6th at the Decies Bar Clashmore. We have some activity and hopefully it will be again in the future.
great cash prizes- kindly sponsored by Mike Foley Builders Our first meeting to revive Community Alert in Clashmore and
Kinsalebeg - for our winners. Team entries will be taken from Piltown area, took place last Thursday evening in Kinsalebeg Hall
8.00pm and the quiz commences at 8.30pm. We would really and there was an overwhelming response from the public.
appreciate you support on the night so do come along for a great A similar meeting followed in Ardmore later that evening both
nights entertainment. meetings were addressed by members of An Garda Siochana.
Sympathy Kinsalebeg Macra AGM
Our deepest sympathy is extended to a family well known in this We had an excellent turn out at the Decies Bar for our Annual
area Tom and Joan Harte and their family of Park, Youghal on the General Meeting of Kinsalebeg Macra. Great to see lots of new
death of their son Garda Kieran Harte who was stationed at Pearse faces and we have a big increase in our membership for the com-
Street Garda Station Dublin. ing year. Our team of officers were returned unopposed with
Reposing at Egan's Funeral The Mall Youghal Kieran's removal Seamus Barron returning as Chairman, Aileen Barron returns as
took place on Monday evening to St Patrick's Church in Inch and secretary. Our outgoing treasurer did not seek re-election - our
following requiem mass on Tuesday afternoon Kieran will be laid new treasurer is William Keane. P.R.O again for the coming year
to rest in North Abbey Cemetery in Youghal. will be Edmond Og Ledingham - you can text or call him with any
Ar dheis De go raibh a anam dilis. items to be included in these notes before noon on Mondays at
Clashmore Ramblers Alpha Lotto - Jackpots €10,000 & €4150 [087] 2939035
So some lucky winner could be taking home a jackpot prize of Sympathy
€10,000 or €4300 following this weeks draw which takes place. Our deepest sympathy is extended to Mary Murray Kilmaloo and
Tickets are now on sale at €2 each or 3 for €5. Catherine Hourigan and their families on the death of their moth-
The previous week's letters for the €10,000 jackpot were K, L, N, er Mrs Maisie Fitzgearld The cliff Ardmore. Predeceased by her
and F and the letters in our second draw were G, Q, V, H. husband Michael and son Edmond Maisie is also survived by her
Congratulations to last weeks weekly winners of €20 spot prizes brothers Michael and William Tobin her grandchildren nieces
June Arnott C\O Eithne Aherne, Padraig O Brien Aglish, Shirley nephews relatives friends and neighbours. Her removal took place
Ellis Ardsallagh on Tuesday evening to St Declan's Church Ardmore and following
World Cup Ticket winners requiem mass on t Wednesday Maisie was laid to rest in Holy
Clashmore Ramblers draw for world cup qualifier tickets has Cross cemetery Ar dheis De go raibh a hanam dilis.
taken place, congratulations to Killian Hennessy Kilmaloo House Autumn Stations
Kinsalebeg on winning two tickets plus travel to the game against The seasonal celebration of Autumn Stations in homes throughout
Italy in Croke Park. Congratulations also to Eileen Aherne C\O the parish has commenced. While this traditional celebration of
Eithne Aherne who won two tickets plus travel to game against mass in homes in small areas within the parish is still very strong
Montenegro which will also be played in Croke Park. Thanks to in other areas station masses are struggling to survive.
everyone for supporting Clashmore Ramblers Soccer Club Do please try to keep this lovely costume alive by hosting the sta-
Vicious attack on a humble lady tions - and if you are hosting the stations this Autumn do please
West Waterford has once again hit national news headlines and contact our parish priest and he will be happy to arrange a suitable
sadly for all the wrong reasons - The shocking story of the brutal date with you.
attack and robbery of a local lady - has left everyone in a state of Decies Bar Poker Classic
fear and disbelief. The vicious attack began early on Saturday Last weekend winners of the Decies Bar Poker Classic were as
morning when it is believed that three men broke in to the victim's follows on Friday night our winners was Mary Deady, Assumpta
house, tied her up and beat her until she handed over her savings. Dalton was second and John Scanlon was third. On Monday Aine
She was then taken out side her home where she was again tied her Curran was our winner and Jerome Curran was second well done
up and beaten again by the raiders before they left the scene. all.
Eventually the lady managed to free herself and call for help. She Clashmore 45 Drive 9.00pm start next week!
was taken to Hospital where she is presently being treated for her You have been warned - our weekly 45 drive at the Decies Bar
injuries. commences at 9.00pm sharp next Monday night and every
Knowing the victim - she is a most humble, gentle and unasuming Monday night for the winter!
WEST WATERFORD NEWS
Our winners last week on eight games were each were James
Foley and John Motherway Mary Dower and Jack Douris In third
place we had Mary Anne and Bobby Connery. Best of the last five
were Tom Osbourne and Pat Roche. Our lucky last game winners
Aherne’s
Seafood Restaurant & Accommodation
were Kathleen Osbourne and Noel Nugent Liam Curran and 163 North Main Street, Youghal
Thomas Power John Motherway and Nell Foley Tony Keane and Tel: 024-92424 email: ahernes@eircom.net
Gabriel Hynes Winner of Georgina Campbell's "Seafood Restaurant of the Year 2010"
On the previous Mary Dower and Jack Douris had a well deserved
win they won eleven games in joint second place on seven games Aherne's Early Bird Menu
each we had Mary Fleming and John Cliffe, Nell Foley and Roger In Newly Refurbished Restaurant 6pm - 7:30pm
Hynes Gabriel Hynes and Mike Hunt Maura McGrath and John Smoked Salmon Patè
Connery. Best of the last five winners were John Motherway and Mussels Cooked in Garlic Butter
Tom Osbourne Kathleen Osbourne and Eileen Dower. Our last Vegetable Soup
game winners were Tony Keane and Martin Lynch. Well done to Goats Cheese Bruchetta with Roasted Peppers & Onion Jam
all our winners and thanks again for all you support
Clashmore - Kinsalebeg GAA Lotto - Jackpot - €3000 *****
Last weeks lotto jackpot was €3000 when our draw took place on Grilled Cod with Chive Sauce
Monday night at the Ole Mill in Kinsalebeg. Last weeks numbers Roasted Vegetables, Garlic, Spinach Risotto (V)
were 2, 12, 17, 27 we had no match four winners, well done to the Chargrilled 8oz Sirloin Steak with Pepper Sauce
following that were the lucky winners of €20 spot prizes Pauline Crab rolled in Brill with a Chive Cream Sauce
Roche Newtown, Tommy Keogh Kinsalebeg, Davy Murray *****
Piltown, Mick O Connell Cork Hill, Marie Dower Clashmore Coffee Whiskey Meringue
The previous weeks numbers were 2, 9, 14, 20 and our lucky win- Chocolate Orange Roulade
ners of €20 each were Jack Cliffe Ballycompane Clashmore, C Sticky Toffee Pudding
Troy Curragh Ardmore, Dec Hickey Cross, B & M Glavin *****
Coolbagh, Aroghan Foley Ballylane Ardmore 2 Courses + Coffee €25.00
Thanks to everyone for supporting Clashmore - Kinsalebeg GAA 3 Courses + Coffee €35.00
Club Lotto.
Kinsalebeg Community Group- Thursday Club A La Carte Menu Available
Condolences
On behalf of all in the Kinsalebeg -Thursday Club we extend our
Christmas Party Menu's Available
deepest and heartfelt sympathy to Joe Keane and his family on the Special Room Only Rate of Euro 99
death of his wife Kitty Keane who died following a short illness Menu's subject to change, depending on the catch of the day
during the past week
Sympathy
Kinsalebeg community group - The Thursday Club wish to extend
their condolences to Mary Murray and Catherine Hourigan and all
the family and friends of Mrs Maisie Fitzgearld, The Cliffe,
Ardmore. Maisie was a popular member of our Thursday club and
she is sadly missed by all of us. May she rest in peace.
Active Age week celebrations in Kinsalebeg
To celebrated Active Age group Kinsalebeg community group -
Thursday Club - hosted an afternoon tea dance in Kinsalebeg
Community Hall. Members of the Youghal Cumann Na dAoine
group and friends from all the surrounding groups including
Bill Lackey Marie McGrath and Teresa Lenane stepping out on the dance floor.
Aglish and Villerstown joined us. The ever popular Pat Tobin pro-
vided the music and our ladies served some up some delicious tea,
cakes and buns. We even had a bit of match - making going on in
the quite. Over all it was a very exciting and enjoyable afternoon.
The groups have some very exciting events coming up in the com-
ing weeks so lots to look forward to and new members are always
welcome.

Marie McGrath and Peg Wickham


enjoying the tea dance on active age
week.
Frances and Gerry Chaliceloft enjoying
the tea dance held during active age
week at kinsalebeg hall.

Mary Buckley, Maudie Maher and Anne Carroll joined us for the tea dance to mark Mary Power and Mary Whelan enjoying Martha and Bob Osbourne enjoying the
active age week. the tea dance in kinsalebeg hall. tea dance in kinsalebeg community hall.
Youghal Tidy Towns Celebrates 21 years
Youghal Tidy Towns Committee celebrates its 21st anniversary on The success of the Committee has grown in recent years with a
Friday 23rd October next at the Mall House Arts Centre where the number of wins in the Cork County Council Litter League,
Committee will host a Reception for past members and for those Regional Awards and consistent increases in Youghal's position in
who have contributed to the work of Tidy Towns over the last two the National Tidy Towns Competition.
decades. "We look forward to welcoming our former members, friends and
The group was founded in 1988 by Alice Walsh, who became the supporters on 23rd October to celebrate 21 years of achievement"
group's first chairperson. In the early days she was assisted by Mr. Brennan concluded.
among others, Dick O Driscoll, Karen Byrne, Lil Danne, Michael
Hackett, Bill Leahy, and Mr + Mrs Michael Connolly. The first
Committee had great help from Larry Cunninghan, Town Clerk
and Des Heffernan, Town Architect.
The committee in the early days played a pivotal role in raising
awareness of tidy town's issues such as litter control, cleaning and
sweeping the Town Centre and engaged a number of residents
from various estates around the Town.
Some of the group's initiatives included:
- The raised flowerbeds at Summerfield Cross and Greencloyne
- The installation of hanging baskets at Dolphin Square.
- The initiation of an Estates competition.
- Various tree planting initiatives.
- The development of the Millennium Garden in association with
Youghal Town Council.
The 20/25 strong committee has been chaired by Ned Brennan for
most of the current decade. The committee in the current era has
faced many new challenges which they have tackled with great Ned Brennan, Chairman Youghal Tidy Towns Group, Cllr. Barbara Murray, Mayor
energy and enthusiasm. of Youghal Sandra McLellan and Ken Brookes of Brookes Super Valu Sponsor
The Committee has pursued an ambitious programme over the last
decade which included:
- Extending the Hanging Baskets Project to the Lighthouse Hill
and the Strand.
- The construction and maintenance of new flower beds.
- The Town Centre Planting Scheme.
- The Youghal in Bloom Estate and Garden Competition.
- Wildlife Sign Board Project.

CRY Presenters Tommy Collins, Mag Carey, Declan Gibbons Station Manager and
John Cunningham

Youghal Tidy Towns 2009 Committee

Mag Carey, Mary Cunningham, Pat Aherne, Mary Hayes, Dorothy Heaphy and
Angela Kennedy

Paula and Elizabeth Brennan, Ann Whiston, Alice Walsh and Mary O’Callaghan Dave Cooley, Nora Beattie, Lydia Mossop, Ken Brookes and Maura Mulcahy
Youghal Tidy Towns
Celebrates 21 years

Odgran, Elizabeth, Ned and Paula Brennan

WEST WATERFORD NOTES


Alice Walsh, Founder and first Dingle Marathon Karen Byrne would like to thank everyone who
Chairperson of Youghal Tidy Towns so generously sponsored her for the Dingle Marathon. With special
Group in 1988 wishing Ned Brennan, thanks to Walsh’s Pharmacy, Coonan’s Quick Pick, and The
current Chairman all the best for the Jane Crowley Harpist providing the
year ahead. music at the Mall Arts Centre Decies Bar. €850 was raised in total for the Irish Cancer Society.
Sympathy Our deepest sympathy is extended to Mick Long
Ballyheeney Clashmore and all the members of the Long Family
of Park North Youghal on the death of their mother Mrs
Margaret[Peggy] Long on Tuesday Last
Reposing at Egan’s Funeral Home Youghal Her removal took
place to Inch Church on Wednesday evening. Following requiem
mass on Thursday afternoon Peggy was laid to rest in the adjoin-
ing cemetery Predeceased by her husband Richard and son Sean
Peggy is survived family Bernadette, Patrick, Laurence, Michael,
Edmund, Thomas, Anne, Mary, Noel, Norma, Caroline, extended
family and a wide circle of relatives and friends. May she rest in
peace.
Clashmore Ramblers Alpha Lotto - Jackpots €10,000 & €4150
So some lucky winner could be taking home a jackpot prize of
€10,000 or our Bonus draw €4300 following this weeks draw
which takes place at the Decies Bar on Wednesday night . Tickets
are now on sale at €2 each or 3 for €5. Our main draw letters drawn
last week were Q, T, W, E, and the letters in our bonus draw were
Seated L to R: Mary Corcoran, Anne Hehir and Shila Kenneally. Standing L to R:
M, V, I, Z, Well done to the following who were the lucky win-
Lil Danne, Olive and John McGrath, Bridget Flavin and Angela Hehir. ners of €20 each; Bobby and Lily Coonan Kinsalebeg, Katrina
Byrne Youghal, Caoimhe and Shane Clashmore The previous
week’s letters for the €10,000 jackpot were K, L, N, and F and the
letters in our second draw were G, Q, V, H. Congratulations to last
weeks weekly winners of €20 spot prizes ; June Arnott C\O Eithne
Aherne, Padraig O Brien Aglish, Shirley Ellis Ardsallagh
World Cup Ticket winners Clashmore Ramblers draw for world
cup qualifier tickets has taken place, congratulations to Killian
Hennessy Kilmaloo House Kinsalebeg on winning two tickets plus
travel to the game against Italy in Croke Park. Congratulations
also to Eileen Aherne C\O Eithne Aherne who won two tickets
plus travel to game against Montenegro which will also be played
in Croke Park.
OLD STILL TEXAS HOLD'EM TOURNAMENT.
Tommy Collins, Dave Twohig, Maura Mulcahy and Ned Brennan JAMES FITZGERALD WAS THE WINNER OF LAST SUNDAYS
TOURNAMENT, WITH JOE SALMON SECOND AND DERMOT
COYLE IN THIRD.NEXT SUNDAY GAME WILL START AT 8.OO
SHARP. AGGIE HURTON AND PARTNER WERE THE WINNERS OF
LAST SUNDAYS RINGS TOURNAMENT, DEFEATING JIMMY
ORMOND AND EUGENE MANSFIELD IN THE FINAL.
OLD STILL DARTS THE OLD STILL DARTS CLUB HAD THEIR
FIRST COMPETITIVE GAME LAST FRIDAY NIGHT, AND WERE
COMPREHENSIVELY BEATEN BY BUTTONS BAR, WITH ONLY
BILLY O MAHONEY MANAGING A WIN ON THE NIGHT. WE ARE
AWAY TO THE SAME OPPOSITION NEXT WEEK.
SPORT STAR OF THE MONTH THE OLD STILL SPORTS STAR OF
THE MONTH AWARD FOR SEPTEMBER GOES TO SOCCER STAR
AINE McCARTHY. AINE HAS BEEN IN TREMENDOUS FORM THIS
SEASON, AND WAS RECENTLY VOTED PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Pat Joyce, Dave Smith, Sheila Whyte, Ooon Colin and Pad Carey. BY HER TEAM MATES.
KILLEAGH GAA NEWS TEAM YOUGHAL
Abernethy Cup
On Saturday evening last our senior hurling team took on Cloyne RAISE €3,042 FOR
in the final of the Abernethy Cup. This competition is run by the
East Cork Juveniles Board to raise much need funds for our under
THE EMER CASEY
age divisional teams so its nice to see that the seniors take an inter-
est in the stars of the future.
FOUNDATION
With a league semi final against Sars coming up this game for the
lads this was a measure of where we were at not to mention friend- At a function at Farrells Summerfield Bar recently Team Youghal
ly local rivalry, pride of parish and all that goes with winning any handed over a cheque to the Emer Casey Foundation for €3,042.
trophy. This was the proceeds from sponsorship in the recent Race Around
Against a strong breeze in the opening half Joe Deane opened our Ireland 1,350 mile Cycle.
account from a 40 yard free before Cloyne responded with a goal. Ranked as the second toughest ultra-endurance race in the World
The lads settled and points came from Joe Deane, Larry Collins, by the Ultra-Marathon Cycling Association it was always going to
Paudraig McCarthy, Sean Long and Joe Budds while our defence be tough going for all the competitors.
worked tirelessly to repel any Cloyne attack. The loss of Brendan This was the first event of its kind in Ireland and it attracted the top
Barry due to injury unsettled us momentarily but we managed to ultra distance riders in the World including the World Champion
go in at the break 0-8 to 1-2 up. The second half was by no means Caroline Van Den Bulk and current World Cup leader Fabio
a classic and unfortunetly saw tempers flare on several on occa- Biasiolo as well as runner up in Race Across America 2008 Mark
sions to see James Birmingham flash four red cards. When play Pattinson.
resumed Joe Deane and Andy Walsh added two points a piece Team Youghal finished in 9th place overall from a start list of 30
before Joe Budds slipped in behind the Cloyne defence to put him- and were the first 8 man team to finish in a time of 90 hours and 6
self in a one on one situation with Donal Og. He made no mistake minutes.
firing it to the left corner of the net. That was to be the final nail Team would like to thank all those who supported them especial-
in the coffin. Captain Paudraig McGrath accepted the Abernethy ly Youghal Credit Union, East Cork Oil, Multi-Roofing, Farrells
Cup from Regina Abernethy, Chairperson of the East Cork Summerfield Bar, John Keniry Agricultural Contractor, Liam
Juvenile Board. O’Mahoney Plumbing Supplies, Brookes Super Valu. A special
word of thanks to Community Radio Youghal for all their cover-
age of the event and especially to Mag Carey for her wonderful
promotion of the race. We would like to thank everyone who sup-
ported the team in any way and to all those who turned out on
Saturday Night to cheer the team through the town.

Killeagh - Abernethy Cup Champions 2009

Pictured are Team Youghal members Robert Heffernan, Christy McCarthy, Kieran
Groeger, Ger Flanagan, Eoin Whyte and Tommy Roche presenting Juliette and
Brendan Casey with a cheque for €3,042 for the Emer Casey Foundation

FIXTURES - Senior Hurling league Semi - Final. Killeagh vs


Sars on Sat the 31st of October in Midleton at 3pm.
Lotto - There was no winner of the jackpot of €5,000. The num-
bers drawn were 28, 30 and 31. Next weeks jackpot stands at
€5,200.
Dinner Dance
November 28th in Garryvoe Hotel. Social event of the year. Don't
get left out get tickets early. Contact Sean Treacy or Ursula
Coleman.
YOUGHAL CAMOGIE CLUB TABLE TOP QUIZ
AT CLUB ARAS IN AID OF CLUB FUNDS

Katie Sloane, Shannen Joyce, Sarah O’Shea and Ann O’Connell

Michael Kelly, Brian Walsh, Aideen Parker and Glenda Smith

Dolores McCarthy, Declan Lee, Kelma McCarthy and Neil Stock

Bill Cooper, Damien Ring and Cathal O’Laochdha

2010 Calendar
in aid of Youghal Community
Hospital &
Hospice
featuring original oil paint-
ings by Pauline Neville

O N SALE
Kelly McCarthy, Anne Marie Murphy
and Quizmaster Dave Kilgannon NOW
Paintings on
display at
Youghal Credit
Union from

Ken Bulman, Sean Oliphant and Eoin Coleman


IRWIN'S POINTING THE GARDAI HOPE PARENTS
WAY WITH DIGITAL CARE ON HALLOWEEN
WIZARDRY By Christy Parker
Youghal gardai are keen for parents to be particularly aware of
their children's whereabouts and intentions over the coming
By Christ Parker Halloween. Speaking on the station's weekly CRY report, Garda
Few areas of activity have become more enhanced and advanced Peter Queally recalled that last year was a particularly disruptive
by digital technology than photography, with each year bringing and depressing Halloween in east Cork and asked parents to
fresh innovations. Irwin's of Youghal is testimony to this and down understand the potential for problem, whether through peer pres-
in its North Main Street shop, they are pretty proud of the latest sure or personal intent. He also reassured that extra garda
developments (literally) in their services. resources would be deployed throughout the region.
For a year now the shop has staff and customers to process digital Eggs; Garda Queally also requested retailers to be alert for signs
images by way of a computerised multi-media, Kodak 'Kiosk' of intended disruption, such as a sudden increase young people
located at the counter. This touch-screen system effectively dupli- purchasing eggs "They are unlikely to be baking cakes!" he sug-
cates the process that qualified technicians, with elaborate gested ruefully, adding that, "throwing eggs, even against a hard
surface like a wall is deemed a criminal offence of defacing prop-
patience, used to do in dark rooms in times gone by, only moreso
erty." The garda's concern coincides with a report that Tesco's in
and far faster. Youghal and Midleton had decided, almost unbelievably, to locate
So far so picturesque, but now additional software installed on the their eggs near the stores' entrances, at €1 per ½ dozen. Given the
system has brought a dramatic increase in options. The kiosk is time of year, there are those who would consider the initiative
linked to a Kodak Adaptive Picture Exchange (KAPEX) on the more cynically opportunistic than coincidental.
premises. This fridge-sized machine controls several printers, each Fireworks: The radio report also outlined firework offences relat-
of which performs distinct functions. These options are displayed ed to Halloween. Possessing unlicensed (bought from unlicensed
on the touch-screen menu, giving camera users a wide menu of dealers) fireworks carries a fine of up to €10,000 and/or five years
choices that allows even the most novice snappers to turn their imprisonment. Similar penalties apply for throwing an unlicensed
firework or having possession with intent to supply. Types of fire-
photos into modes of perfection. It is the only model of its kind in work thus considered include loud Black Cats, whereas such as
the east Cork region. Sparklers are normally licensed for sale.
The range is phenomenal. Any photo can be minimised to passport While it is not an offence to conduct firework display in one's gar-
size, enlarged to wall poster (on paper or canvas), or be produced den, it may be offensive, Garda Queally explained. He recom-
as a collage, calendar or neat and labelled photo book. 'Any photo' mended that people consult with their neighbours or consider pos-
implies much, as the Kiosk accepts a broad range of digital sible disruption to them, especially regarding the welfare of small
sources, including camera, phone memory card, USB stick, CD, children who maybe sleeping, or possibly pet animal concerns,
Bluetooth transmission or even e-mail. before dispatching fireworks.
The KAPEX not only goes beyond modern camera technology but Alcohol: Garda Queally rounded off the Halloween agenda by
also before it. "One of our most popular services is duplicating and submitting that Halloween partying on the beach was not illegal
but the same didn't apply to consuming alcohol there simultane-
enhancing old photographs" says proprietor Eddie Irwin. "Black &
ously. That in turn prompted him to remind parents to check also
white comes up very well and for only €6.50 we can store old on their offspring's activities during this week of school holidays.
prints from a minimum of 60 up to 200, onto a CD or photo book." "We have a serious underage drinking problem," he explained.
Regardless of tone or colour, shadows and 'red-eye can be elimi- Garda patrols : The spokesman then addressed an unfortunate
nated to deliver the vividness and detail that matches one's mem- misconception regarding garda patrols. "Recently," he said, 'some
ory of the event. elderly people have called to the station seeking reassurance of
Prices vary according to service, size and time but are highly com- Garda presence or even reporting suspicious disturbances in the
petitive. An averaged sized print from a digital camera, for exam- vicinity of their homes late at night. Some callers mistakenly
ple, can be processed in seconds for 75c a print. However, with believed that, with the station closed overnight, Youghal gardai are
next day processing by staff, it cost just 20c per print, while spe- dispersed to Midleton. "That's not the case. In fact, we have extra
cial offers apply for prints of 100 or more. Photo books take about resources on patrol in town because the station is unmanned,"
an hour to process and emerge as neatly ordered, titled packages reassured Garda Queally. "And if someone rings us, the phone will
to requested dimensions, starting from €29.99 for 10 double-sided be answered in Midleton and a message relayed to us immediate-
ly." Garda Queally also reported that a woman declined to ring the
pages. Passport/ID sized photos cost €9.99 for eight.
gardai on a Saturday night because she was afraid they'd be too
Symbolic of space-age technology, the system is a processing
busy. "We are never too busy for a call. We have the resources," he
plant in miniature. Even five years ago it's speed, flexibility and said.
user-friendly manoeuvrability would have been unimaginable. It is Crime: From a quiet week previous, there were two particular
the future arrived. incidents recalled. A burglary at the Walter Raleigh resulted in a
Digital technology represents "about 80% of our business nowa- fast arrest, with the alleged culprit due to appear before Youghal's
days," comments Eddie. Yet he also welcomes the old 35mm and November court sitting.
ABS films. "They are dying out rapidly but are still fairly popular On October 17th, between 8 and 10 pm, damage was caused to
through disposable cameras," he explains. property at the new St. Raphael's building. Garda Queally said
Disposable cameras, by definition, contravene modern values of CCTV footage was quite good and several youths may be identi-
course, with anything disposable deemed deadly in these environ- fied in due course. However, he said gardai are also eager for any
mental-conscious days. And it's bad enough being disposable, but information on the incident, with full confidence assured. He
if you're messy as well, then you're future address is a place called repeated the possible consequences arising from of arrest for such
Oblivion. "The old method involves usage of chemical," says incidents. "You only get one or two chances at the Juvenile
Diversion programme before court appearances ensue. A convic-
Eddie in the manner of a doctor breaking bad news. "The extra
tion there stays with your for a long time and can badly affect job
advantage of KAPEX is that its dry technology. Its very green." and travel prospects," he concluded. Youghal gardai can be con-
It's getting harder to picture the world without it then. Further tacted on (024) 92200.
information: www.kodak.com
YOUGHAL CYCLING CLUB Youghal Rugby Club
The Weekly Spin - Sunday 18th
October. are holding a
It finally came. The Rain turned up
on Sunday morning as the Youghal
Club gathered as always by the Clock Gate for our weekly spin. BENEFIT NIGHT
The planned spin for the morning was going to be wet 60km spin
around East Cork. Fair Play to the peleton of 16 that left Youghal
at 9.00am sharp and headed directly out the main road to Killeagh at Youghal Greyhound Track
and Castlemartyr before turning left for Ladysbridge, Garryvoe,
Shanagarry and Ballycotton. From There we rode over the climbs on Friday 30th October 2009
to Churchtown South and on to Cloyne, back past Ballymaloe
House, Garryvoe, Ballymacoda and on to the Bog Road before in aid of juvenile rugby.
arriving back in Youghal for 12.30pm. It was a tough morning on
the bike for all. We started out with 16 riders but only finished up
with 8 riders in the peleton. 4 separate groups of 2 returned early Tickets €10 available from club members.
due to a large number of mechanical problems and punctures for
The ticket also gives admission to a disco at the clubhouse afterwards
some of the riders as well as 3 riders carrying injuries into the spin
so they were all wise to turn off and complete shorter spins. So a
very tough morning indeed for all those who showed up for the
spin on our first wet spin of the winter. CLAYCASTLE PITCH AND
The Weekly Spin - Sunday 25th October.
After two wet spins the previous two weekends we were all glad
PUTT CLUB
that the sun was shinning last Sunday. The Youghal Club gathered The AGM of Claycastle Pitch and putt Club was held in Tides bar
as always by the Clock Gate and the planned spin for the morning on Monday 19th of October.Yet again the turnout was extremely
was going to be 70km spin around West Waterford. A group of 18 low with just 20 members present, this is a trend that will have to
left Youghal at 9.00am sharp and headed directly out the main road change in future years if people want to continue playing on our
to Dungarvan before turning left at the garage for Cappoquin. We great course.
were all glad of the coffee stop in Cappoquin as a strong headwind Officers and Committee for the coming year-
had made life interesting at the head of the peleton. All refreshed President- Thomas Bulman, Chairperson- Joy Bryan, Secetary-
from the coffee, we headed back into the wind and made our way Edward Long, Treasurer- Michael landers, Captain- Martin
to Lismore & Tallow. It must be said though that riding through Keohane, Lady Captain- Phil Mangan, Vice Lady Captain- Helen
Tallow was like riding through the Arenberg Forest in Paris - Landers, PRO- Anthony O' Loughlin, Committee- Sally Wallace
Roubaix. We will have to get the Secretary to have a quiet word and John Wallace.
with the powers that be in his native home. After bouncing our Worryingly the important position of Juvenile officer was left
way through Tallow, we headed directly up the climb to Youghal unfilled.In recent years our juveniles have had great sucess at
where there was lots of panting and very little banter. We all sur- provincial and national level and it is vital to the future of the club
vived the climb though and were glad to open up the throttle on the to fill this position,if any member is interested in filling this posi-
scenic decent into Youghal. We all arrived back in Youghal for tion please make it known to the committee.
12.30pm. It was a tough morning again on the bike for all due to Results of 1st turkey competition- 1st nett- Seamus Murphy,
the headwinds but with everyone doing their bit on the front it was Declan O' Shea, 1st gross- Edward Long, Declan O' Shea, 2nd
also one of the most enjoyable spins of the new winter training nett- Rita Ryall, Lily Bulman.
season. The Daisy Swayne memorial begins this Wednesday 28th October
Weekend Spins. at 2.30, play will also take place over the weekend on Saturday at
As you are all well aware by now, there is a weekly spin every 2.30 and Sunday at 10.30 and 2.30.Presentation of prizes will take
Sunday morning at 9.00am sharp leaving from Moby Dicks Pub place in the clubhouse after Sundays game.
by the Clock Gate. This spin which runs on various routes every
week usually takes between 2 to 3 hours ( weather permitting ) and Ballycotton ‘10’ 2010 -
covers on average between 50 to 70km ( 35 to 50 miles ). The pace
is comfortable and we usually stop half way around for a coffee or Important Announcement
tea. Due to circumstances outside of our control, we have had to move
A second group also goes on a weekly spin every Sunday morning the date of the 2010 Ballycotton '10' from Sunday March 7th to
at 10.00am sharp leaving from Moby Dicks Pub by the Clock Sunday March 21st. We apologise for any inconvenience caused
Gate. This spin which runs on various routes every week usually as a result of this change.
takes around 2 hours to complete and covers on average between Our original date of March 7th clashes with the AAI National
30 to 40km ( 20 to 25 miles ). The pace is again very comfortable. Senior & Junior Cross-Country Championships. In 2009 these
This is the perfect time for someone new to start with the group. championships were held on Sunday March 1st but as the first of
With a steady pace and friendly people you are assured of an March next year falls on a Monday, they have been moved forward
enjoyable spin. New members or visitors to the area are always to the 7th. In the past, these championships were always held at the
welcome. end of February so that's why this problem hasn't arisen before.
If you have any questions about the club or attending one of our Our second choice of Sunday March 14th clashes with the Cloyne
weekend spins, please contact our Club Secretary Jonathan at 086- Point-to-Point race meeting and with the resulting huge volume of
8563292 for details. See you all Sunday Morning !!. traffic in the area it would be impossible to hold both events on the
Until next week, safe cycling !!. same day. We did consider moving back to February 28th but felt
this would detract from the elite side of the race as it is just a week
YOUGHAL NEWS before the National C-C.
Next issue: November 12th So the date of the 33rd Annual Ballycotton '10' is Sunday March
21st 2010. Details of the entry procedure will be published on the
3,500 Copies FREE every fortnight Ballycotton website www.ballycottonrunning.com on Thursday
www.youghalnews.ie next, October 22nd.
AURA SWIMMING GALA

Barry, Rory and Dara Motherway Tadgh, Meadhbh and Daire Collins Cliona, Cian and Sam Dunnihy

Laura Carey and Olivia Binchy Amy and Sarah Pericho

Leann and Sarah Landers Sarah and Laura Fitzgerald

Emily Murphy Abbey and Ciara Sweeney

Filip and Martina Beechinor Henry Slattery

Luke, Adam, Matthew, Ella and Oscar

Amy and Ryan Heise

Clinics Sat. Nov. 7th & 21st

Ronan Lee Ciara Prendergast and Lauren Landers


OVER 200 PARTICIPANTS IN THE INAUGURAL
EMER CASEY MEMORIAL LONDON 10K RACE
Emer Casey Memorial 10K
Sunday 25 October 2009. 11:00 am
Provisional Results
1. SOBCZYK, Greg 0:32:26, 2. RAIDI, Hassan Belgrave
0:32:56, 3. WILDER, Brian Herne Hill Harriers 0:33:16, 4. CUN-
NINGHAM, Jeff Herne Hill Harriers 0:33:26, 5. RIVERO, Pablo
0:33:31, 6. CAZORLA, Claudio 0:33:56, 7. LOUCH, Ben
0:34:41, 8. LOZANO, Jose Luis 0:34:55, 9, WOODMAN, Matt
0:36:45, 10. KNIGHT, Sam Herne Hill Harriers 0:36:54, 11.
CLOWES, Andy 0:38:00, WILLIAMS, 12. Michael Dulwich
Runners 0:38:23, 13. FOGARTY, William 0:38:31. 14. ELMS,
Clare Dulwich Runners Women 0:38:38. 15. SMYTHE, Steve
Dulwich Runners Men 0:38:42. 16. BANNISTER, Jamie 0:38:48.
17. FLYNN, Declan Stragglers 0:40:10. 18. BROWN, Marie
0:40:26. 19. HANNIS, Charlie 0:40:32. 20. DAMONT, Estelle
Ranelagh Harriers 0:41:12. 21. MINNS, Phillip Real Buzz 0:41:13 Julie, Juliette and Brendan Casey, Lara and Jimmy Healy, Kate and Coran Fielding,
21. REES, John St Albans Striders 0:41:41. 23. SANCHEZ-CAR- Claire Flanagan and Kathleen Healy
RACOSA SUAREZ, Javier 0:42:30. 24. OLDEN, Tom 0:42:51.
25. WILSON, Duncan Dulwich Runners 0:42:52. 26. KIRK-
MAN, David 0:42:56, 27. STROUD, Mark Herne Hill Harriers
Men 0:42:59. 28. PRIEN-LLORET, Jesus 0:43:00. 29. HALPIN,
Tom Men 0:43:02. 30. CUNNINGHAM, Kieran 0:43:22. 31.
FLYNN, Phyllis Stragglers Women over 0:43:32. 32. LOCK, Greg
NDB 0:43:43. 33. ALLEN, Robert 0:43:56. 34. O'RIORDAN, Tim
0:44:04. 35. BROWN, Corey 0:44:09. 36. MELLETT, Eanna
0:44:59. 37. JONES, Rory 0:45:00. 38. O'RIORDAN, David
0:45:02. 39. O'KEEFE, Jacqui 0:45:16. 40. KNIGHT, Tim
0:45:18. 41. OAKES, Chris 0:45:34. 42. GIBSON, Giles Dulwich
Runners 0:46:12. 43. O'DRISCOLL, John 0:46:25
McELMEY, Kevin Fulham Irish 0:46:28.45. HUNOT, Jonathan
0:46:46. 46. WATANABE, Shingo 0:46:47. 47. MURPHY, Teresa
0:46:56. 48. ANTHONY, Luke 0:47:08. 49. IWANE, Miki 4 49 49
0:47:20. 50. O'BRIEN, Colm 0:47:25. 51. WADA, Alsushi
0:47:32. 52. DONOVAN, Tom 0:47:36. 53. BECK, Xander Herne
Hill Harriers 0:48:23. 54. THOMPSON, 0:48:37. 55. KASTEN-
HOFER, David 0:48:43. 56. ROUNDNASK, Melissa 0:48:43. 57. Roisaine Hamill, Annelee and Julie Caey with Maire O’Brien
McGROGGAN, 0:48:45. 58. LEWIS, Alex 0:48:52. 59. TOBI-
SAWA, Ikkei 0:48:54. 60. DUNNE, Sean 0:48:58. 61. FENNELL,
Kate 0:49:02. 62. KEALY, John 0:49:04. 63. RUIZ LOPEZ, Israel
0:49:13. 64. TYSON, Adam 0:49:57. 65. CASEY, Rose 0:50:14.
66. LONG, Michael 0:50:15. 67. ROBERTZ, Benoit 0:50:23. 68.
GERAGHTY, Joanne 0:50:35. 69. FORREST, Jane Lostock AC
Women 0:50:55. 70. DEASY, Roscoe 0:50:56. 71. DAMANT,
Rory 0:51:04. 72. BUCKLEY, Nicola 0:51:09. 73.
McLOUGHNEY, David 0:51:57. 74. SYDNEY, Rosie 0:52:08.
75. McSTAY, Sam 0:52:12. 76. BONES, Tim 0:52:33. 77. SILKE,
Andrew 0:52:45. 78. PAPPAS, Ryan 0:53:03. 79. DUNCAN,
Laurin 0:53:09. 80. BURSTON, Katherine 0:53:30. 81. GRAY,
Magie Sparrow and family from Bath
Natalie 0:53:34. 82. McENEANEY, Kevin 0:53:42. 83. HALPIN,
Diane 0:53:46. 84. GRAHAM, Camilla 0:53:48. 85. CASEY,
Annelle 0:54:48, 86. McCARTHY, Michael 0:54:48. 87. YORKE,
Michael 0:55:49. 88. EVANS, Jacqui 0:55:49. 89. BROWN, Brigit
Women 0:55:49. 90. JONES,
Graeme 0:55:53. 91. FREAKE, M
0:56:35. 92. MURPHY, Elle
0:56:41. 93. BRADY, Aileen
0:57:14
CONI, Patrick 0:57:18, 94. O'FAR-
RELL, Michael 0:57:43. 95.
MACK, Holly 0:57:54. 96. BRAD-
SHAW, Darren Lancaster &
Morecambe AC 0:57:59. 97.
PHILLIPO, Sean 0:58:05. 98.
WICKMAN, Liz 0:58:06. 99.
O'SULLIVAN, Gian 0:58:54. 100.
BRADY, Clodagh 0:59:00. 101.
BOLAND, Mairead 0:59:01 Michael McCarthy and Maurice
Fitzgerald Louisa and Melanie O’Doherty from Youghal and friends
Joanne Cooper, Maurice Fitzgerald, Brendan and Juliette Casey, Fionn Groeger,
Hugh Coughlan, Darragh Groeger, Maire Coughlan and Julie Casey

Brendan Casey pictured with First Lady Brendan Casey pictured with 2nd Lady
Claire Elms Marie Brown

Brendan Casey pictured with the first three male finishers


Brendan Casey with Dungarvan’s
Phyliss Flynn, 3rd Lady finisher Brendan Casey withEstelle Damont

Kevin Cunningham and friends Korean Competitiors

Louisa and Melanie O’Doherty with Fionn and Darragh Groeger, Julie, Brendan
and Juliette Casey, Marie and Kitty O’Sullivan and Mairead Boland.

A group of Australian Participants


have already met and have good plans for the coming season, they
YOUGHAL HANDBALL & have agreed to hold the committee meetings on the last Thursday
RAQUETBALL CLUB of every month, so if anyone has anything to be discussed please
have it in for these dates.
Seeded Doubles Competition Membership
A few weeks ago the seeded doubled competition entered the final Membership continues to grow and all are welcome to come up
stages. The first semi-final saw Barry Goggin & Ian Ryan up and have a game to see if they like it before committing.
against Keith Gallogley & Siobhán Downing. In true doubles Membership rates are E35 adult, E15 student & E5 juvenile.
form this match was a long hard battle with Keith & Siobhán com- Lights are charged at E1.00 for 30 minutes and is great value. We
ing through to win a tiebreaker game and book their place in the have showering and changing facilities available and a small
final. The other semi-final had John O’Callaghan & Jason kitchenette so anyone wishing to watch the games from our newly
Browne pair up against Wayne Fitzgerald & Simon Primm. refurbished gallery can do so and have a cup of tea/coffee at the
Wayne & Simon played well and also booked their place in the same time! Contact Wayne Fitzgerald on 086 380 6694 or any
final. This was to be the end of the road from them, as Keith & other member for details.
Siobhan were playing some great stuff and did win out in a
tiebreaker game also. Well done to Keith & Siobhán!!
Winter League
Last season we had a record number of 16 players enter the Winter
League, it was a great success and we are delighted to be able to
report that we have 34 players entered this year!! The format of
the competition has the league drawn into four sections. The sec-
tions are seeded with the top players from the ladder being evenly
mixed through the four sections. Players will match off against
each other over the coming months. The top four from each sec-
tion will then qualify for the Winter Cup and the bottom for the
Winter Plate. The sections have thrown up some good combina-
tions and we are looking forward to seeing how players like Simon
Primm, Brian Walsh & Mark Walsh do in Section A. Meanwhile
in Section B we will be looking to see how Jimmy Keogh, Billy
O’Callaghan, Brian Coakley & Brian Fitzgerald perform. Section
C new players to watch are John Malone, Jason Browne & Martin
Pierce, while in Section D John Kenefick, Kevin Power & Stuart
Hickey will be looking to make a dent in their sections also.
Round 1 fixtures are to be played before October 31st and are as
follows:
Bill Morris vs. Dwaine O'Shea Liam Joyce vs. Simon Primm
Brian Walsh vs. Whack McCarthy Mark Walsh vs. MJ Curley
Jody Cooper vs. Billy O'Callaghan Brian Coakleyvs.Killian McCarthy
Ian Ryanvs.Brian Fitzgerald Jimmy Keogh vWayne Fitzgerald
Martin Pierce vs. Dave O'Dwyer Jason Browne vSiobhán Downing
John O'Callaghan vs.John Malone Keith Gallogley vTaras Kennedy
John Kenefick vs. Kevin Power Michael Pearce vStephen O'Shea
Olan McCarthy vs. Stuart Hickey Keith Walsh vs.Tom Buckley
Racquetball Association Of Ireland Fundraiser
A few weeks ago the RAI held a fundraiser in Kingscourt, Co
Cavan. Local man Keith Gallogley travelled from Youghal to
compete. The format of this competition was an open draw, where
you could get drawn against Ireland top players. Keith did very
well and managed to beat some very stiff opposition in the open-
ing rounds as he caused a bit of an upset as he progressed to the
semi-final and knocked out a couple of B players on the way. In
the semi-final he was drawn against Sean Keane from Fermoy.
Sean is an open player and also an established player on the Irish
Team. This was a bridge too far for Keith, but we are all delight-
ed with his progress in this competition.
National Club Championships
These are being held in O’Loughlin Gaels on the weekend of
November 21st & 22nd. Entry form is posted in the alley for those
interested.
Munster Junior Championships
These are being held in Rossmore on the weekend of October 31st.
This year we have Keane McCarthy (U11) & Killian McCarthy
(U13) entering from Youghal, we wish them the best of luck!
AGM
The Club AGM was held and we were delighted to have a big
attendance for the meeting. There was much lively discussion and
overall consensus that the membership is delighted with how the
Club has progressed over the past 12-18 months. The new com-
mittee was elected and is as follows: Chairman – Keith Gallogley,
Vice-Chair – Olan McCarthy, Secretary – Wayne Fitzgerald,
Treasurer - Bill Kelly, Committee – Brian Fitzgerald, Jody
Cooper, Michael Pearce & Trevor Gallogley. The committee have
YOUGHAL G.A.A. NOTES
WWW.YOUGHAL.CORK.GAA.IE
INTERMEDIATE HURLING LEAGUE FINAL
YOUGHAL 1-10 V BALLYMARTLE 0-15
Playing with a near Gale force wind in the first half, all talk on the
bank was how much Youghal needed to be leading by at half time
to hold on against the breeze in the second half. Ballymartle
recently gained senior status for next season and were fancied to Youghal Intermediate Hurling Team who were defeated by Ballymartle in the Cork
County Intermediate Hurling League Final in Carrigtwohill on Saturday last.
go all the way in the league also. This is how it looked for half an
hour as Youghal struggled with the wind behind and just couldn't
get into any sort of rhythm. Patrick Dwyer at centre back for Tickets are priced at just €35.00 for a four course meal with wine,
Ballymartle seemed to have it all his own way in the first half, as and are on sale from the Club and from Sean Twomey's on Main
did Brian Corry at centre forward who was probably the best play- Street.
er on show over the hour. The Youghal rearguard were under a lot Tickets are selling fast and are limited, they will be on Sale until
of pressure and coped well with the onslaught. The problem was Monday next as we need to have final numbers for the caterers by
there was a very limited supply of ball to the forward line who Tuesday. Once again please get behind your Club and get those
over the hour played well and can consider themselves a little dancing shoes on.
unlucky not to have bagged a couple of goals. The half time score HALLOWEEN PARTY
was 0-7 to 0-5 with Youghal trailing, and the feeling was Youghal Next Saturday will see the first ever Halloween Party in Club
would ship a heavy defeat unless there was a big improvement in Aras. After the success of the Family Fun Day and the huge
their play. increase in U6 and U8 members we have decided to keep the line-
A big improvement there was as Youghal took to the field a difer- up of entertainment coming. There will be arts and crafts, bobbing
ent side for the second half. The intensity that was lacking in the for apples and all the usual halloween games on offer. There will
firsthalf was suddenly there as was the battling that the lads are be lots of spot prizes and of course the best halloween outfit for
well known for but they had left themselves just a ittle to much to both Adults and Children.
do. Bill Cooper was superb in the second half scoring 1-2 from TEENAGE DISCO
play with a magnificent goal a couple of minutes from time. Bill The Club was rocking again on Friday Night last as Discoteque
once again has had a fine season despite battling with injury for pumped out the sounds to an audience of just under 200. A
most of it. It was great to see the Team perform to the level they Playstation 3 was given out as a prize for bobbing for apples as the
did for the second half and the selection committee and manage- revellers were treated to the best music and light show in Cork.
ment can look forward to a very good Year next Year, with a lot of This is now a Monthly event and is a very safe environment for
young players after coming into the reckoning in 2009 and doing youngsters to come and socialise, with lots of security personnel
well, these lads will be more mature and physically bigger and and first aiders on site.
stronger. Who knows, but for a couple of key injuries for this
encounter the result could have been diferent. All in all it's hard to
gauge the reaction to Yesterdays defeat. There was bitter disa-
pointment from the lads who have lost two league finals running
and are just coming up short in Championship. Poor starts are cer-
tainly costing the lads and this is something Mickey Downing and
His Team will surely put right for next seasons assault on the
league and Championship. The work ethic and fighting spirit from
the lads is second to none but the lack of a free scoring forward is
also hindering progress. Lets hope the young guns in the forward
line will mature into this type of player for 2010.
Well done to all concerned for giving the supporters a roller coast-
er ride in 2009 with more highs than lows and hopefully we will
have some silverware to show for your endeavours next Year.
Team: Richie Cunningham, Aaron Kenny, John Grace, Cathal
O'Laochdha, Damien Ring, Brendan Coleman, Barry Ring, Nigel
Roche, Leigh Desmond, Cieran O'Mahony, Bill Cooper, Brendan
Ring, James O'Mahony, Eoin Coleman, Brett Moloney. Subs:
Shane Spillanne, Alan Geary, Andrew Murphy, Patrick O'Mahony,
Jonathan Ormonde, Kenneth Walsh, Micheal Cronin, Gerard
Geary, Stephen Twomey, Daniel Savage, Keith McCarthy.

DINNER DANCE
The big date is November 7th.
The Venue is Club Aras
Dont miss it......
The entertainment is booked, the caterers are in place, the bar is
ready to go into the hall and all the trimmings and final touches are
being put to what will be the Best night that will be seen in
Youghal this Year and for many Years for that matter. The lineup
of entertainment is second to none and all the little extras that you
would associate with a gala banquet are in place. The Club needs
this and now all we need is You our Friends, Members, Players,
Parents and Supporters to get behind the event. It can only be as
good as we make it.
Tickets are priced at just 35.00 euro for a four course meal with
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Youghal United 2 – 0 College Corinthians O’ Sullivan dealt with everything thrown at them. The away side
After last weeks disappointing 3 – 0 away loss to Tramore resorted to long range efforts and over hit through balls. Half time
Athletic, Youghal United had to regroup and refocus this week for 1-0.
the league leaders College Corinthians. As it was last week We went in at half time and spoke of the fact we were giving too
Youghal had a few out with injury and guys who couldn’t be there much possession away and if we could hold onto the ball a bit
because of work commitments. We were down to the bare mini- more it would relief some pressure on our back four. We knew our
mum again but credit to the lads they got stuck in there from the opponents would start the second half bright and we were up to the
off. We wanted to make Ardrath Park a difficult place for away challenge. Youghal grew in confidence and had a couple of decent
teams this season and I think we sent out that message after send- efforts on goal. At the other end David Kearns kept Youghal’s lead
ing the top side home empty handed.Corinthians started the better in tact with some fine keeping, shot stopping and under high balls.
finding plenty of space and passing the ball freely. It wasn’t until This was a battle to the death and Youghal’s energy and persist-
they arrived at the Youghal United penalty box that the home side ence paid off when Mossie got on the score sheet again with min-
dealt with them and took the ball off them. Slowly the midfield got utes left. He went at the College defence and was taken down by
to grips with the pace of the game at which College exerted on the keeper but no whistle from the referee as we were all looking
them. We started putting passes together and stretching them a lit- for penalty claims but to Mossie’s credit he got straight back up
tle. Mossie Clohesy and Paul Hennessy were a torn in the defence and tapped in for a two nil win. The boys saw out the remainder of
side throughout the game giving their back four no time on the the half to record their first victory of the season against a very
ball. All that pressure paid off when Mossie was put through on good side. Things were so tight and close we couldn’t make any
goal took one touch and drove the ball pass the outrushing keeper changes, Barry and David understood and to their credit were
into the far corner. This exercise was practiced in training the night behind the boys all the way. This will send out a message to the
before and it was good to see it come off on the pitch.The lads sat league that away teams will get nothing easy when they come to
back a little and let College play again until they came around the Youghal United.
box where challenges were put in and a good defensive unit of Team: D. Kearns, D. Sheul, A. Kelly, J. Brennan, C. O’Sullivan,
Diarmuid Shuel, Anthony Kelly, John Brennan and Conor O’ D. Savage, D. Hennessy, S. Kenneally, A. Hennessy, P. Hennessy,
Sullivan dealt with everything thrown at them. The away side M. Clohesy. Subs not used: D. O’Keeffe, B. Smith.
resorted to long range efforts and over hit through balls. Half time Report: Anthony Horgan
1-0.We went in at half time and spoke of the fact we were giving Girls U16 Match Report Premier Division
too much possession away and if we could hold onto the ball a bit Youghal Utd 1 - 2 Ballinhassig 11/10/09
more it would relief some pressure on our back four. We knew our Ballinhassig travelled to Youghal as favourites to take the points in
opponents would start the second half bright and we were up to the this game. However it was the Youghal girls that started the better,
challenge. Youghal grew in confidence and had a couple of decent and following a ball sent in to the Ballinhassig area it was Ann
efforts on goal. At the other end David Kearns kept Youghal’s lead McCarthy who got her head to the ball and found the net to give
in tact with some fine keeping, shot stopping and under high balls. Youghal the lead with 13 minutes left in the first half. Both
This was a battle to the death and Youghal’s energy and persist- defences had to work hard as this game was going from end to end,
ence paid off when Mossie got on the score sheet again with min- Katie Manning in the Youghal defence, on her first game at under
utes left. He went at the College defence and was taken down by 16 level, played a fine first half. Youghal continued to hold on to
the keeper but no whistle from the referee as we were all looking their slender lead and went in at half time one up.
for penalty claims but to Mossie’s credit he got straight back up Ballinhassig came out in the second half and were determined to
and tapped in for a two nil win. The boys saw out the remainder of push Youghal to the limit, and brought a fine save out of the
the half to record their first victory of the season against a very Youghal keeper, Sarah Louise Flaherty, with a shot that had goal
good side. Things were so tight and close we couldn’t make any written all over it.
changes, Barry and David understood and to their credit were With four minutes left it looked like the Youghal girls had done
behind the boys all the way. This will send out a message to the enough to hold on for their first win, however Ballinhassig kept
league that away teams will get nothing easy when they come to playing football and were rewarded when Ciara O’Leary picked
Youghal United.Team: D. Kearns, D. Sheul, A. Kelly, J. Brennan, up a great pass on the edge of the Youghal area and rode a strong
C. O’Sullivan, D. Savage, D. Hennessy, S. Kenneally, A. challenge to get into the Youghal box where she weaved passed the
Hennessy, P. Hennessy, M. Clohesy. Subs not used: D. O’Keeffe, Youghal defence to set herself up and shoot into the far corner and
B. Smith.After last weeks disappointing 3 – 0 away loss to level the game.
Tramore Athletic, Youghal United had to regroup and refocus this Following the kickoff the Youghal girls to their credit pushed for-
week for the league leaders College Corinthians. As it was last ward to try to get the lead back but two minutes later when the
week Youghal had a few out with injury and guys who couldn’t be Ballinhassig girls won the ball inside their own half they played
there because of work commitments. We were down to the bare the ball quickly through the midfield with some lovely passing and
minimum again but credit to the lads they got stuck in there from Aisling O’Brien made no mistake and finished with a strong shot
the off. We wanted to make Ardrath Park a difficult place for away to the Youghal net to snatch a win with one minute left in the
teams this season and I think we sent out that message after send- game.
ing the top side home empty handed. Excellent for Ballinhassig were Miriam O’Riordan, Emma
Corinthians started the better finding plenty of space and passing O’Donovan, Claire Christopher and Jane O’Leary, While excellent
the ball freely. It wasn’t until they arrived at the Youghal United for Youghal were Kirsty Mason, Biane Roche, Katie Manning and
penalty box that the home side dealt with them and took the ball in goal Sarah Louise Flaherty. A very entertaining game and a
off them. Slowly the midfield got to grips with the pace of the credit to both teams.
game at which College exerted on them. We started putting passes Girls U12 Match Report Division 2
together and stretching them a little. Mossie Clohesy and Paul Youghal Utd 0 - 1 St Mary’s 10/10/09
Hennessy were a torn in the defence side throughout the game giv- St. Mary’s travelled to Youghal for this fixture that had been
ing their back four no time on the ball. All that pressure paid off scheduled to be played at St. Mary’s Park, Kilcully but by mutual
when Mossie was put through on goal took one touch and drove agreement the fixture was reversed and played in Youghal. The
game kicked off at 11.30 in bright sunshine on a perfect day for
YOUGHAL UNITED NEWS Youghal Lawn Tennis Club
football. From the start this game was a tough tight affair, with the Christmas Tournament
St. Mary’s defence proving too strong for the Youghal girls and An adult mixed doubles tournament will take place on Thursday
limiting Youghal’s top scorer Holly Twomey to very few chances 26th November at 7.30pm. This will be our traditional Christmas
on goal. St.Mary’s scored what was to prove the winning goal tournament with prizes up for grabs. This is a good opportunity to
when Orláith O’Leary got on to the ball just inside the Youghal catch up with fellow members in the pre-Christmas season. All
box and picked her spot and finished with a beautiful strike to take members are encouraged to attend. Proceeds will be donated to the
the lead and win the game for St. Mary’s. St. Vincent de Paul society.
The players that stood out for St. Mary’s were Emma Price, Niamh Adult Club Night
Ryan and Aisling McKenzie while for Youghal were Holly The adult club night continues every Thursday from 7.30pm-
Twomey, Sarah Roche and Lizzie Perry. 9.30pm. This is a mixed doubles event and is open to all levels,
U18 Girls Match Report Premier Division members and non members. Entry fee is €2 for this event.
Youghal Utd 5 - 2 Douglas Hall 4/10/09 Fortunately there is usually a good turn out for this event. We look
Youghal went in to this game looking for their first win in the pre- forward to seeing more members coming out to play on Thursday
mier division. They started off in determined form and battled hard nights.
and pushed Douglas Hall in to their own area. They were reward- The results of last Thursday's club night are as follows:
ed when following a corner Aisling Coleman was on hand to give 1st place: Valerie Hunt and Martin Finn
Youghal the lead when she finished coolly from a group of play- 2nd place: Jan Power and John Hunt
ers. Youghal continued to play good football and when Kate 3rd place: Gráinne Scully and John Scully
Sheehan passed a diagonal ball to the left wing Lisa O’Sullivan 4th place: Norma O'Keeffe and Garry O'Keeffe
picked it up and looked like she was going to be closed down but 5th place: Alison Joyce and Brian Waide
somehow made room for her shot from outside the box and the Christmas night out
ball finished in the top corner of the Douglas Hall net. Douglas A Christmas night out for all members will be held in Joe Dans on
Hall however did not lie down and just before half time made it 2 Friday 4th December. This will kick off with dinner in the restau-
- 1 at the break. Carol Keniry had done some great running on the rant followed by drinks in the bar. Places in the restaurant are lim-
right wing and was by far the superior in her battle with the ited however so please contact Frank (086)8406848 or Anne
Douglas Hall full back. (086)1083485 asap to reserve a place. This is the first year we
The second half started with Sarah Goggin going close however have held a night out for members and we look forward to seeing
the Youghal girls didn’t have to wait long for their next goal. as many members as possible attend.
Following a through ball by Kate Sheehan, Gemma Lyons was Adult Coaching
first to get a touch and was behind the Hall defence and finished Adult coaching ended on Friday 17th October. Many thanks to
from the edge of the box to make it 3 - 1. Lisa O’Sullivan was next our coach Ger Flynn, who traveled to us from Sundays Well
on the score sheet for her second and Youghal’s fourth. Kirsty Tennis Club. Thanks also to the large number of members who
Mason had to come off the Youghal defence with a leg injury and enthusiastically signed up for coaching. Participants were very
was replaced by Elaine Meade who had some good play putting pleased with the coaching session and we hope to have Ger back
pressure on the Hall defence. Douglas Hall were still pushing for again in the near future.
a goal and were rewarded when a ball over the top was chased Céad Míle Fáilte
down by the number 8 who finished to the Youghal net to make it We extend a special welcome to our latest adult member Reg
4 - 2. Shortly after this the Douglas Hall girl again found her way Keating. Welcome also to the many new members who availed of
clear on goal only to have Biane Roche make the tackle of the day the special offer and joined our club in recent weeks.
to save Youghal girls conceding another goal. The Youghal girls Special Offer for New Members
kept pushing the Hall girls all the way to the end and were reward- Many new members have availed of our special introductory offer
ed when Gemma Lyons who saved the best for last finished the which runs until April 2010. New members can join now and
game off when she carried the ball into the Douglas hall area and avail of a discounted membership rate. Adult membership is now
beat three defenders to blast the ball to the back of the net. on offer to new members at the discounted rate of €100 for the
Best for Youghal were Gemma Lyons, Lisa O’Sullivan, Kate remainder of the tennis year. Family membership is on offer to
Sheehan and making her debut in goal Evelyn O’Brien. new members at the discounted rate of €150 . For those who
joined in September they also enjoyed the added bonus of a free
KGK COMMUNITY HALL coaching session! Watch this space for more offers or contact
Frank Delaney, membership secretary (086)8406848 or Anne
The American Tea Party at the KGK Community Hall on Saturday
Webb PRO (086)1083485.
24th October was a great success. Well done to all involved in
We are fortunate to have four courts to cater for the increasing
organizing this fundraising event! Your hard work, long hours and
number of members playing tennis, two of which were completed
cooperation was clearly evident and greatly appreciated by all who
earlier this year. All courts are also floodlit so members can play
attended.
throughout the winter even when the evenings are dark.
The tables were beautifully arranged and dressed amid the soft
Membership is steadily increasing at the club and it is great to see
lighting around the hall. The dinners and desserts, supplied by our
so many people out playing tennis at all times, in many weathers.
hosts, were of the highest standard. In line with the theme of the
Ladder Tournament
evening, each of the 20 tables was given a US state-name. There
The club recently purchased three ladders for tournaments. The
was a general US trivia quiz to keep the party going. Novelty
committee are keen to put the ladders to use immediately and so a
prizes were handed out to various participants. A raffle was also
ladder tournament is underway for ladies and men.The ladders can
held with prizes to be won, which were generously donated by
be seen in the club house. If you are interested in taking part in
several sponsors.
the ladies or mens ladder tournament please write your name and
Dancing to the music of the local Bride Valley Boys kept the
contact details on one of the cards. Contact Dave (087)6177345
atmosphere alive until the wee small hours. A great night was had
or Tony(086)0833871 for details of the mens events. Contact
by all.
Bridget (087)6147514 or Anne (086)1083485 for details of ladies
The KGK Community Hall Committee would like to give a very
events.
special thanks to all of our sponsors, organisers and young adults
Lost Property
who helped throughout the night and most importantly to all of
A silver ring was found at the tennis club. If you think this may
you who attended which made the night a fantastic success.
be yours of know of any member who lost a ring please contact
Thank you!
Frank (086)8406848.
FINALS NIGHT AT
YOUGHAL GREYHOUND
STADIUM

Margo Foy presenting Michelle Kiely with the winning trophy. Also included are
Liam Foy, Michael and Eoin Kiely, Tim O'Keeffe, Teddy Lawton, Barry Coleman
IGB, Bertie Lupton and Ned Flynn Youghal Greyhound Stadium and Kathleen
Lennon Stadium Manager.

Youghal Track Supporters


Capwell Lady, winner of the Track Supporters A2 Stakes at Youghal Greyhound
Club Lotto
Stadium on Friday night last. John O'Brien presenting the winning trophy to Jim This weeks Numbers Drawn were 3, 15, 23. Jackpot €2,500. No
Kelly of the Capwell Bus Syndicate. Also included are syndicate members Peter
Connolly, Paul, Danielle and Louise Lawton with Kathleen Lennon, Manager
Winner. The 5 Lucky Dip winners of €20 each are: Owen Walsh,
Youghal Greyhound Stadium Kilworth, Brendan McCarthy, Ballymacoda, Declan Thornton,
Carrigaline, Michael Healy, Youghal, Jerry and Tina Townend,
Castlelyons. Next Week’s Jackpot is €2,650.

Youghal Credit Union


Sponsorship for Youghal
Camogie Club
Youghal Credit Union, who are the Main Sponsors of Youghal
Camogie Club made a presentation of Jersies to the club on
Shanachie Serena winner of the Connolly's Red Mills Southern Sprint at Youghal Saturday last. Helen Waide of the P&d Committee paid tribute to
Greyhound Stadium on Friday night last. John Geoghegan, Connolly's Red Mills the Club and said that Youghal Credit Union were delighted to be
presenting the Trophy to Youghal owners Joe Kenneally and Teresa Farrell. Also
included are Trainer Bernie Connolly from Castlelyons, Kathleen Lennon Manager the Main Sponsors of this growing and successful club.
Youghal Greyhound Stadium, Bertie Lupton, Barry Coleman IGB, with supporters
and friends of the winning connections.

Kathleen Lennon, Manager Youghal Greyhound Stadium making a presentation to


John O'Regan, Owner of Sevenheads Bay, winner of the Cashman's Laurels at Cork
Track. Also included are Graham Holland, Trainer, Denis, Paul and Carmel
O'Regan, Bertie Lupton Youghal Greyhound Stadium and Barry Coleman IGB.
Helen Waide Youghal Creid Union P&D Committee presenting a set of Jersies to
Kelma McCarthy, Secretary. Also included are Youghal Camogie members,
Jennifer McCarthy, Sinead Swayne, Kelly McCarthy Chairperson and Deborah
Foley Treasurer.

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Stadium on Friday Night last. Kathleen Lennon Manager Youghal Greyhound Anne De la cour 024 92084
Stadium presenting the winning trophy to Owner Liam Walsh. Also included are Catherine Lawlor 024 93157
John Kiely Trainer, Shaynah Faul, Sam Walsh and Patsy Meyers.
EBS EAST CORK SCHOOLS CROSS-COUNTRY AT CONNA
Girls (Born 1998): 1 C Martin (Castlemartyr); 2 C O'Brien
(Born 2003): 1 M O'Reilly (Conna); 2 C Barry (Castlemartyr); 3 (Ballincurrig); 3 C O'Callaghan (Watergrasshill); 4 A Horgan
A Olaniran (Castlemartyr); 4 A Olaniran (Castlemartyr); 5 S (Little Island); 5 C Deane (Clonpriest); 6 C Forde (Bun Scoil,
Ericruska (Castlemartyr); 6 M Manning (Ballynoe). Youghal).
(Born 2002): 1 J Fitzgerald (Watergrasshill); 2 A Bergin (Born 1997): 1 D Atkinson (Watergrasshill); 2 J Leahy (Midleton
(Watergrasshill); 3 S Abajakari (Bun Scoil, Youghal); 4 H Tyrell CBS); 3 A Murphy (Watergrasshill); 4 C Hall (St John the Baptist,
(Shanagarry); 5 L Loftus (Watergrasshill); 6 C Steele Midleton); 5 D O'Connell (Bun Scoil, Youghal); 6 C Ruddy
(Castlemartyr). (Shanagarry).
(Born 2001): 1 S Barry (Conna); 2 C Ni Riann (Cobh); 3 C Barry (Born 1996): 1 S Vindras (Little Island); 2 L Schroth (Little
(Castlemartyr); 4 L Condon (Watergrasshill); 5 C Leahy Island); 3 D O'Callaghan (Bartlemy).
(Castlemartyr); 6 C Cunphy (Cobh).
(Born 2000): 1 R Atkinson (Watergrasshill); 2 K Collins
(Castlemartyr); 3 C Manley-Histon (Cobh); 4 A O'Connor
(Bartlemy); 5 K Steele (Castlemartyr); 6 A Quinn (Watergrasshill).
(Born 1999): 1 C O'Flynn (Watergrasshill); 2 T O'Keeffe
(Gaelscoil, Midleton); 3 K Hegarty (Watergrasshill); 4 J Strain
(Scoil Bhride, Midleton); 5 C O'Keeffe (Castlemartyr); 6 C
O'Keeffe (Bun Scoil, Youghal).
(Born 1998): 1 A O'Neill (Bun Scoil, Youghal); 2 C Manning
(Gaelscoil, Cobh); 3 S Cotter (Bartlemy); 4 S Blake (Gaelscoil,
Cobh); 5 S Mottalebi (Castlemartyr); 6 L Horgan (Little Island).
(Born 1997): 1 M Aherne (Bartlemy); 2 R Walsh (Shanagarry); 3
S Hughes (St John the Baptist, Midleton); 4 R O'Sullivan (St John
the Baptist, Midleton); 5 C O'Brien (Bun Scoil, Youghal); 6 M Richard O'Flynn (Regional Manager EBS), Sharon Cahill (EBS
Midleton), John O'Regan (Mangaer, EBS Midleton), Willie O'Mahony
Damord (Gaelscoil, Cobh). (Treasurer, East Cork Board), Dan McCarthy (East Cork Board), Tim
(Born 1996): 1 S Ringyte (Wategrasshill). Twomey (Secretary, East Cork Board).
Boys
(Born 2003): 1 J Sezeonu (Castlemartyr); 2 L Hennessy (Bun
Scoil, Youghal); 3 S Atkinson (Watergrasshill); 4 C Geary
(Clonpriest); 5 D O'Hllaoran (Castlemartyr); 6 T Hartnett
(Conna).
(Born 2002): 1 I Owaid (Castlemartyr); 2 C Coughlan (Bartlemy);
3 L Allen (Shanagarry); 4 B Ryall (Watergrasshill); 5 C Joyce
(Castlemartyr); 6 T Noonan (Cobh).
(Born 2001): 1 A Leahy (Midleton CBS); 2 K Kearney
(Bartlemy); 3 J Forde (St John the Baptist, Midleton); 4 J O'Brien
(Bun Scoil, Youghal); 5 A Hayes (Gaelscoil, Cobh); 6 S Desmond
(Wathergrasshill).
(Born 2000): 1 E McCahlum (Watergrasshill); 2 O Desmond
(Watergrasshill); 3 T Tyndoluj (Gaelscoil, Midleton); 4 A Moore
(St John the Baptist, Midleton); 5 J Hallahan (Ballycroneen); 6 D
Moran (Castlemartyr). Liam Margia, Kate McCarthy and Andrew Foley from Clonpriest NS
(Born 1999): 1 L Stack (Ballincurrig); 2 D Thompson (St John the
Bapist, Midleton); 3 D Dennehy (Watergrasshill); 4 D Hickey
(Clonpriest); 5 S Barrett (Gaelscoil, Midleton); 6 C Walsh
(Bunscoil, Youghal).

Meghan Carr-O'Reilly, winner of


the Girls (born 2003) race Enda Cronin of Clonpriest NS

Rachel Atkinson, Karynn Collins and Courtney Manley-Histon pictured


with Willie O'Mahony of the East Cork Board (AAI) and John O'Regan, Stephanie Ajakari and Tiarnan Caoilfhionn Barry and Karynn
EBS Midleton Power Collins
YOUGHAL GREYHOUND STADIUM SPONSORS
RECEPTION AT YOUGHAL GOLF CLUB

James Lawton, Conor and Pat Barry and Margaret Foy

Christina and John Geoghegan of Red Mills with Kathleen Lennon Manager
Youghal Greyhound Stadium

Vina and Pat O’Leary Mick O’Keeffe and John O’Brien

Michael and Lena Walsh of Cyclovac Irl Ltd with Bertie Lupton

Mick Lonergan (Centre) pictured with Fionnoula and Finbarr Coleman


Patsy Meyers, Kathleen Lennon Manager Youghal Greyhound Stadium and Liam
Walshe

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Finbarr Coleman with Pat and Mary Walsh
In Memoriam
12TH ANNIVERSARY
THANKSGIVING
MIRACLE PRAYER
In loving memory of
Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many
Tomás Goggin favours, this time I ask for a special one,
(mention here).
late of Upper Strand, Youghal Take it Dear Heart of Jesus
whose anniversary occurs at this time. and place it within your own Broken Heart,
where your father sees it.
Then, in his merciful eyes it will become your favour,
Will those who think of him today, not mine. Amen.
A little prayer to Jesus say. Say this prayer for 3 days, promise publication and prayer
and favour will be granted no matter how impossible.
Always in our thoughts and prayers, remembered Never known to fail.
by his sons and daughters Mary, Margaret,
Noreen, John, Siobhan, Tomas and Michael, PL
sons-in-law, daughters-in-law and grandchildren.
Larmor Plage Officials
visit Youghal
NOVENA
ASK ST. CLARE -

For 3 favours, 1 business, 2 impossible.


Say nine Hail Marys for nine nights
with lighted candle.
Pray whether you believe or not.
Publish on ninth day.
Powerful Novena.
Your request will be granted,
never known to fail,
no matter how impossible it may seem.
Publication must be promised in Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving also to the Sacred Heart and St. Anthony. Seated: Gérard Pinguet (Tourism Committee), Mayor of Larmor Plage Victor
Tonnerre, Mayor of Youghal Sandra McLellan, Héléne Kerbrat (Twinning commit-
tee) and Franck Hillion (General Secretary)
LF
YOUGHAL COMMUNITY
ALERT COMMITTEE
THANKSGIVING
MIRACLE PRAYER

Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many


favours, this time I ask for a special one,
(mention here).
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 mine. Amen.

Say this prayer for 3 days, promise publication and prayer


and favour will be granted no matter how impossible.
Never known to fail. Superintendent Flor Horan, Sargeant John Sharkey, PRO Community Alert
Youghal, Maurice Lynch Chairman, Garda Elaine Byrne, Pa Forrest Secretary,
Sargeant Paul Kennedy, Kay Curtin Assistant Secretary and Cllr. Michael Beecher
LH Treasurer.
Cork Ladies Football bring All
Ireland Trophy to Scoil Chorain

Christmas Menu - 5 Courses €35.00


STARTERS:
Trio of Crostini: Crostini bread topped with roast pepper, marinated tomato and Tapenade of green olives
Tartel Carmelo: Goats cheese wrapped in filo pastry served on caramelised red onions and cranberry
Tempura Di Gamberii: Prawns coated in butter, deep fried and served with spicy Sicilian salsa
Carpaccio Di Bresoala: Sliced Smoked Beef marinated with lemon and truffle oil with rocket and parmesan
Cozze: Mussels served in tomato
Soup of the day or Lemon Sorbet
MAIN COURSES:
Amy O'Shea is congratulated by Sean O Sean O Murchu (Principal) introduces Tagliatelle MareE Monti: Tagliatelle pasta cooked with fish of the day, mussels,
Murchu (Principal) and Rhona Buckley. the winners to staff and pupil prawns and squid in mushroom cherry tomato sauce
Chicken Padrone: Breast of chicken cooked in creamy bacon and wild Mushroom sauce,
served with mashed potatoes and veg
Fillet of Beef: Grilled fillet of beef with peppercorn sauce, wild Mushrooms and
homemade tempura of veg
Sea bass Al Cartoccio: Sea bass fillet cooked in tinfoil with shellfish, chorizio Sausage,
served in garlic chilli sauce
Risotto Porcini (V): Risotto with wild mushrooms in creamy sauce
Cannelloni of Minced Meat: Cannelloni pasta cooked with minced meat and cream Cheese
Black Sole: Black Sole cooked in white wine lemon sauce, served with different shellfish
DESSERTS:
Pupils and staff enjoy the presentation Tiramisu - Panacotta - Vanilla Italian Creamy Pudding - Baked Alaska - Ice Cream -
Tea or Coffee

Youghal Rugby Football Club


Main Sponsor for season
2009/2010 is Bertie's Bar
Youghal Rugby Football Club have just announced that their Main
Sponsor for season 2009/2010 is Bertie's Bar. The Dempsey fam-
ily have been long time supporters of all codes of sport in Youghal
and have been rugby match day sponsors on a consistent basis in
previous seasons. The decision to become the main sponsor of the
club is welcomed and Youghal Rugby Club who look forward to a
Sean O'Suilleabhain,Millie Lusai mutually beneficial season.
and Emma Ni Dhalaigh with Julie Rhona Buckley hands over to Amy O'Shea
Ni Threasaigh. for the winning speech.

Pic shows Paul Dempsey handing over the sposorship to Donnacha O’Brien in the
presence of Ken Forrest (Capt), Willie Morris, Sean O'Neill and members of the
Dempsey family.

Youghal Flower Club


Youghal Flower & Garden Club Annual General Meeting will be
held in the Walter Raleigh Hotel on Tuesday, November l0th, at
8.00 p.m. Christmas Sales Table, followed by "Plants for Health",
a talk by Gill Bell of Well & Good Health Centre, Midleton. All
Sean O Murchu returns the trophy to the winners. are welcome to attend.
~ In Memoriam ~ ~ In Memoriam ~
2nd Anniversary
2nd Anniversary Noel Hehir
In Loving Memory of Sweetfields, Youghal
In loving memory of my Dad & Grandad
John O'Shea whose anniversary occured on 23rd of Oct.
Late of No. 7 Raheen Park, Youghal
We feel you around us,
Whose anniversary occurs on October 21st
You’re always on our minds,
Silent memories keep you near, And when we think about you,
As time unfolds another year. We are filled with pride.
Will those who think of him today Your parting caused so much pain,
A little prayer to Jesus say. But the great day will come when we meet again.

Sadly missed by his loving sister Aggie and his Sadly missed by your daughter Noelle & Ger,
brothers Bill and Mikie Grandchildren Gary, Ian and Ciara xx

2nd Anniversary 3rd Anniversary In Loving Memory of


Margaret Russell Catherine Hennessy
11 Raheen Park, Youghal
Who died on 29th October 20 Knockaverry, Youghal
Whose anniversary occurs on the 29TH October
Silent thoughts of times together
hold precious memories that will last forever We cannot bring the old days back,
When we were all together,
Forever in our hearts The Family chain is broken now,
always in our prayers But memories live forever,
A silent grief that’s in our Hearts,
Loved and remembered every day Sheila, Charles,
No Human eye can trace,
Siobhán, Celia, Donal, Coran and families.
For many a broken Heart is hid,
Anniversary mass on Saturday 7th November at Beneath a smiling face.
Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Always remembered and loved by your Husband Martin and
The Strand at 6.30 pm your Daughters Clara and Amber
12th Anniversary
28th October 2nd Anniversary
Catherine (Mangan) In loving memory of
In loving memory of Mam James Fitzgerald
Late of Upper Piltown Kinsalebeg Co. Waterford.
There is always a face before me Who died on 28th October 2007
A voice I would love to hear,
A smile I will always remember,
Of a mother I loved so dear. We miss you from your fireside chair,
Deep in my heart lies a picture,
More precious than silver or gold, Your loviong smile and gentle air,
It's a picture of my mother, Your vacant place no one can fill,
Whose memory will never grow old.
Those whom we loved and lost We miss you Jim and always will.
Are no longer where they were before,
They are wherever we are. and go wherever we go. Always remembered by your wife Mary, Son Paul,
Daughter Elaine, Daughter-in-law Siobhan, Eddie,
Always remembered by your daughter Lisa, husband Peter, Brother Richie, Grandchildren, Niamh, Conor,
grandchildren Chloe, Kaitlyn, Shayne and all your family. Eden & Tiarnan James xxxx
Youghal Golf Club Additional Funding Approved
Members Day Sponsor Youghal Pharmacy for Housing Grant Schemes
Mr. Ned O’Keeffe TD has welcomed the news that the
Department of the Environment have approved the following
additional funding for Cork County Council under the Housing
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Original Allocation Additional Allocation
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Tweenies Club celebrate


their 9th Birthday
The Tweenies Club celebrated their 9th Birthday with a fantastic
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into the spirit of things.
Tweenies are a parent/minder and toddler group. They meet
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Church Hall, Youghal. All are welcome.

Lady Vice Captain Mary Murphy with winners Gaye Fitzgibbon, Celia Cotter
sponsors Alison & Staff and Lady Captain Breeda Curtin

John Brosnan & Co Christmas Prizes

Ruby O Donnell.

Ann Ormond with Kieelan & Katie


Ansbrow, Mary Barron & Cian Barron-
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Lady Vice Captain Mary Murphy, Mary Lawton Winner receiving her prize from
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Dracula O' Connor, Claire Mc Carthy,
Liam Mc Carthy.

Ann Marie and Erica Kenefick, Janet


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Lady Vice Captain Mary Murphy, Cora O’Callaghan representing John Brosnan’s,
Winner Adrienne McDonnell & Breeda Curtin Lady Vice Captain

Lady Vice Captain Mary Murphy, Celia Cotter Winner, Cora O’Callaghan repre-
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~ In Memoriam ~ ~ In Memoriam ~
3RD ANNIVERSARY Maurice O’Mahony
6th Anniversary
Catherine Hennessy late of Piltown, Kinsalebeg
died on 30TH October
Nee Byrne Memories of you are lovingly kept.
Late 20 Knockaverry, Youghal Someone too special to ever forget.
Who died on the 29TH October 2006 As life goes on without you.
And days turn into years,
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All who think of Catherine today, and a thousand silent tears.
A little prayer to Jesus say. Look after him lord, while he takes his rest,
For here on earth he was truley the best.
Always loved & remembered and sadly missed by his loving
wife Mary, daughter Ang, sons Gerry Maurice and Mike.
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grandchildren. Anniversary Mass Saturday 31st October
Family & Uncle John. at 10am in St. Mary’s Parish Church, Yougal

KIELY 8th Anniversary of


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in loving Memory of
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Mary Francis
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No matter how life changes,
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No matter what we do,
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2nd Anniversary
4th Anniversary
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On this Mam's 2nd anniversary on the 26th
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October she is remembered with love by her
Just a memory fond and true,
daughter Nuala, Joe and family and all her
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CORK "20? International Rally
3rd & 4th October
The Cork 20 International Rally was the final round of the Tarmac
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time on every stage but Eugene Donnelly in the Skoda won the
Tarmac Championship with a controlled drive to take second.A
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William Kenneally / Finbarr Fogerty finished 4th in class 12 and
James Cunningham and Joe Fitzgibbon finished 4th on the Sunday
run.

There is a new limited edition Focus and I


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The Ford Focus remains even through these though times Irelands
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Pobalscoil Na Tríonóide Annual Awards Evening 2009

First Year Full Attendance Award winners - Back Row


(L-R): Sarah Donoghue, Jack Neville, Jack Ó Kate Clerkin, recipient of the Parents’
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Marie Flavin, BOM award for Sporting Achievement Speaking Award winner Jody
in 2009 pictured with Annelee Daniels pictured with teacher
Casey Linda Donoghue

Second Year Full Attendance Award winners (L-R):


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Karen Uí Chathasaigh

Third Year Full Attendance Award winners - Back Row


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Row: Grace O’ Mahony, Amber Walsh, Thomas
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Sporting Achievement in 2009 - Back Row (L-R): Brian O’ Halloran,


John Colbert presents the Credit Union Colm Faherty, Shane Leahy. Front Row (L-R): Patrick O’ Brien,
Award to Abigail Collins Kenny Murphy and Liam O’ Laochdha

Fifth Year Full Attendance Award winners - Back Row


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teacher Fiona Ní Bhrúdair

Shauna Harnedy and Bronagh Shuel,


Sixth Year Full Attendance Award winners: Linda O’ recipients of the Junior and Senior Humanitarian Award - Lourdes Youth Helpers - Back Row (L-R):
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Pobalscoil Na Tríonóide Annual Awards Evening 2009

Shellie O’ Brien and Eric Mangan, who both received Junior Certificate Distinction Award-winners Dawn
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pictured with teachers Pat McLoughlin and Annelee First Year Academic Achievement Award-winners Mary O’ Donnell of Youghal Chamber of Tourism and
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Rotary Club Award winners - Back Row (L-R): Hazel Ní Anragáin, Nicola Daly,
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Elma Hayes, Chairperson, Parents Association and Bernie Heffernan, Deputy
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Mary O'Donnell, Eddie Irwin, Chairman and Mary Bernard.

James O’ Mahony, Captain of the


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Youghal
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For further information contact 086 8173564
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