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Youghal Celebrates IS TOP KIWI KID ROCKER
History By Christy Parker
Youghal’s magnificent music tradition has just been enhanced in
in association with Youghal Credit Union New Zealand, where a national success story is found to have
proudly present strong connections with the town. School band Rock Per Minute

A Musical
have been voted Best Kiwi Kid Band in the second annual ’Nick
Rocks’ contest run by renowned children’s media-entertainment
service Nickelodeon. The line-up includes Cormac Seymour, gui-
tarist and vocalist and grandson of Eddie and May O’Brien,

McCurtainstown, Front Strand.
Eddie and May’s daughter Lorreto is married to builder Joe
Seymour, whom she met in Australia. Eleven years ago she and
Joe settled in New Zealand, where Cormac was born a year later
Friday 26th September 2008 at 8pm and where Loretto is a nurse. The family live in the charming,
Mall Arts Centre, Mall House, Youghal temptingly titled Bay of Plenty on North Island’s Pacific Coast.
They visit Youghal every few years, most recently last Christmas.
Featuring: The search for Best Kiwi Kid Band drew 70 entries from through-
International Soprano Mary Hegarty, out New Zealand. Each act submitted a cd, with the three finalists
Accompanist Eleanor Malone, filmed in performance prior to the final online/text voting process.
Clarinettist and Artistic Director Impressively, RPM submitted a jointly penned number, Second
Pat O Keeffe, Chance, which was aired on Nickelodeon throughout August. The
winner’s have already had Second Chance recorded and video’d by
Dundanion Singers, Nickeledeon, to run online and on TV from Sept 21st. Recording
Conductor Terry McCarthy, allowed the band a tantalising taste of the fruits of rock stardom,
Accompanist Anne Healy-Mayes, as they, their parents and music teacher Tim Acker travelled on
expenses to Auckland for two days. "We stayed in a beautiful
Tickets 30 apartment overlooking the Auckland Harbour. The boys had an
Including Interval Reception endless supply of food and drinks and were kitted out in new
clothes by a clothes label here!" says Loretto, who is no doubt now
Prior Booking Advisable wondering why on earth she opted for nursing! Further awards
Contact Youghal Celebrates History include interviews on NZ national radio station Classic Hits and in
Office on 024 81010 or 087 9666554 Upstart magazine.
The band, formed in 2005, also reached the last three in 2007.
They describe their music as "rock and pop" and Loretto cites their
influences as "Foo Fighters, U2, John Jackson, plus NZ bands

Youghal Celebrates Opshop and Pluto" and hope to stay together through high school
at least.
History Proud of his her son’s "well deserved" success, Loretto refers to
weekly guitar lessons, daily acoustic practice and band rehearsals
11th and 12th October 2008 every Friday’s at school. "They also practice every second
Saturday next door at Rory’s (the drummer) as that’s where he

"Port Towns in the drum kit is!", she adds. "Us parents are getting quite good at set-
ting up equipment and being roadies," says Loretto, determined to
hang onto the rock ’n’ roll lifestyle for as long as possible -or until
18th and 19th Century" some ’real girls’ eventually start arriving on the scene, no doubt!
Meanwhile, at No 2, Eddie and May O’Brien are "absolutely
Mall Arts Centre, Youghal. Co. Cork. delighted" with their grandson’s success. "He has always been
A weekend event with the highest quality speakers very good on the guitar", says Eddie who, along with May, last
visited their daughter and family two years ago.
from across Ireland and overseas. Visit us at our web- As the Strand Church sacristan, Eddie’s duties would once have
site www.youghalcelebrateshistory.com for information embraced bell ringing, but despite this admittedly tentative evi-
dence, he modestly declines credit for any musical influence on
on our past conferences and to see our extensive photo
his grandson. (If only Bob Dylan had sung about The Chimes
gallery. Contact us if you wish to receive a brochure, They Are A-Changin’). "His uncle plays music so I think it comes
make a booking, to get more information or to be added from the other side of the family,". In any case, Rock Per Minute
may well ring a bell for music fans in the years to come.
to our mailing list.
Rock Per Minute can be seen form September 1st on:
Come and join us, we guarantee a week- http://www.nicknz.co.nz

end packed with celebrations

of all things Historical!
Youghal Celebrates History,
St. Mary s College,Emmett Place,
Youghal, Co. Cork, Ireland.
Tel: 00353 24 81010 or 00353 87 9666554
~ Hennessy ~ Youghal & District Nursing Home
Treasured memories of our dear brother
Michael Experience Essential
Late of Windmill Lane, Youghal, who died on the Excellent Pay and Conditions
11th September 1985 - Masses offered
Call Angela 024 90280
As days go by and years unfold,
Memories of you will never grow old. Back to School Safety Guide
In God s arms you rest above,
In our hearts you rest with love. BE SAFE - BE SEEN
Walking to School Children should not cross roads alone. They can t
decide how far away cars are or how fast they re going. Children walking on
Loved and missed always by your sisters Pearl & Josie, country roads should wear reflective armbands and bright clothing. If there
Remembering also our brothers Paddy and Christy is no footpath, walk on the right hand side of the road. Show your child how
to cross the road and explain about zebra and pelican crossings, footbridges
and lollipop ladies/men.
Youghal Wins Cathegory B Travelling by car All Children should be restrained when travelling by car.
Select a restraint that is based on your child s weight and height. Never leave
in Cork County Council children alone in a car.

Litter League 2008.

Travelling by bus Teach children to take special care getting on and off a
bus or mini-bus. While waiting for a bus, children should stand well in off
the road. If seatbelts are fitted they must be worn.
Pictured receiving the Award from County Mayor is Ned Cycling safety Check that the bicycle s brakes, lights, reflectors and bell are
Brennan, Chairperson of Youghal Tidy Towns Committee on all in good working order.
behalf of Youghal Tidy Towns Committee. Also included in the Make sure that they are highly visible by wearing a reflective belt and bright
photograph is Mayor of Youghal Cllr Oliver Casey, Cork clothes and wear a biclycle helmet on all journeys.
For more information contact your local Sinn Fein officers: Cllr. Sandra
Assistant County Manager Teresa White, and her staff from the McLellan: 086-3752944 - Cllr. Michelle Hennessy: 087-7947254ys.
Enviromental Section and members of Youghal Tidy Towns
The Results.
The 2008 Competition was tightly fought and the results were
close with Youghal emerging in the end with a strong lead.
Youghal 373 Crosshaven 351
Blarney 358 Skibbereen 350
Bandon 357 Charleville 347
Ballincollig 356 Mitchelstown 334.


Photo Michael Hussey

Sinn FØin Councillors Sandra McLellan and Michelle Hennessy pictured promot-
ing the Back to School Saafety Guide - Be Safe Be Seen

(Never Known To Fail)
O most beautiful flower of Mount Carmel, Fruitful Vine, Splendour of
Heaven. Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me in
my necessity. O Star of the Sea, help me and show me herein that you are my
Mother. O Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth. I humbly
beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succour me in my necessity.
Youghal Credit Union Chairman Peter O’Donnell presents the There are none that can withstand your power. O show me herein you are my
Scholarship Award 2008 to winner Tara Gibbons. Tara was a former stu- Mother. Mary conceived without sin pray for us who have recourse to Thee
dent of Pobalscoil na Trionoide, Youghal and will study corporate law at (three times). Thank you for your mercy towards me and mine.
Galway University. The annual Youghal Credit Union third level scholar- The person must say this prayer on three consecutive days. After three days
ship is worth 4,000 in total. request will be granted. This prayer must be published after the favour is
granted. M.P.

1st Prizewinner Lar Dunne receives his prize from President John Walsh and his
wife Helen Walsh Prizewinners Dermot Drumgoole ( Best Snr.); John O’Brien ( Best Junior);
President John Walsh and Billy Gleeson Snr.( Golden Snr. Jacket)

Fr. O’ Neill’s win East Cork

U-11 ’A’ Hurling Final

Best Gross: Bernard Kenefick receives his prize from President John Walsh with
Captain Patrick O’Regan

Dan Griffin, East Cork Board presenting the wining trophy to Daniel Harrington
captain Fr. O Neill s after their victory over Sarsfields

Youghal Scouts at
Jamboree in Punchestown
Last month 14,000 scouts gathered in Punchestown for a week
long camp to celebrate 100 years of scouting. A large group of 22
scouts and 4 leaders travelled from Youghal to the sun drenched
fields of Kildare for the action packed week. The Group was led
by leaders Ned Brennan, Angela O Brien, James Smiddy and
Sinead O Connell. The scouts enjoyed a variety of activities from
5th Kieran Power receives his prize from President John Walsh with Captain water sports to air activities including helicopter rides and the
Patrick O’Regan
thrills of a variety of roller costers. The highlights of the week
LADIES were Air Day, meeting new friends and a game called "Assassin".
Wednesday 3rd September Open 3Ball Sponsored by: Perma- The group hopes to travel to France for Summer Camp next year.
nent TSB Despite the rain the scouts had a great camp.
1st Sharon Lupton (24) Jo Swayne (27) Breda Donoghue (29)
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3rd Adrienne Mc Donnell (22) Maura Dempsey (25) Patricia YOUGHAL RED CROSS
Landers (27) 60pts 4th Catherine Harnedy(32) Avril Kelly (32)
Paula Brennan (28) 57pts
Fixtures: Wed 17th September:
Club Singles in aid of Breast Cancer Research
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Sunday 21st September at 12noon: 18 Holes Singles Stableford Commencing September 30th
Sponsored by: Harrington’s Bakery, Youghal.
GENTS Cost 90 which includes tuition, first-aid manual and
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Fixtures: Fri 19th - Sat 20th - Sun 21st September
Open Singles Sponsored by: Harrington’s Bakery, Youghal. Youghal Area - 20 Years Experience
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It’s Ploughing Season in Knockanore! grandchildren, relatives and a wide circle of friends by whom he
While some still wait for that much longed for Summer Weather, will be sadly missed.
they are moving on over in Knockanore and once again this year Reposing at Egan’s funeral home Youghal Kevin’s removal took
they are hosting their annual Knockanore Ploughing Match. This place to St Mary’s Parish Church on Thursday evening. Following
years competitions will be taking place on Saturday next requiem mass on Friday afternoon Kevin was laid to rest in the
September 20th - starting at 1.00pm sharp. The venue for this adjoining cemetery. May he rest in peace
years ploughing will be posted on all roads. This is always a great Choir resumes
family day out so do come along view the ploughing and be sure Once again our choir under musical director Mary Dee has
to join Mary and her team for a cuppa at the tea tent. returned to our churches, it commenced on Saturday evening last
Later on Saturday evening the Bride-Valley Boys ( and girls) will September 13th to the 6.30pm Vigil Mass in Piltown. We look for-
be along to entertain us at the Shamrock Inn everyone is welcome ward to hearing more of our regular voices back and we always
and a great night is assured. welcome new members - if you wish to join us just come along to
Clashmore Ramblers Alpha Lotto Jackpot 5050 the 11.00am mass in Clashmore on Sunday next .
last week our jackpot broke the five thousand euro barrier and the Get Well Wishes
letters drawn were B Q P G - well done to each of the following Our very good wishes are extended to Mary Seward Rath
that were our weekly 20 spot prizes Pa O Rourke Clashmore Kinsalebeg who is presently a patient in Waterford Regional
Marie O Donoghue Youghal, Mary Cronin Creighmore Hospital, get well soon Mary from all your family and friends.
If you want to be in with a chance to win our 5050 jackpot this Eddie strikes gold again
week be sure to get your ticket from any of our local business or Once again Clashmore super athlete
any member of our club Eddie Mulcahy has clocked up anoth-
Sympathy er one for the record books winning no
The death took place on Wednesday September 3rd of Jim O Brien less than four gold medals at the 2008
Kilnafrehan Dungarvan, reposing at Drohans Funeral Home world Championships held on the last
Dungarvan Jim’s removal took place on Thursday evening to weekend in August in Dunboyne
Kilgobinet Church and following requiem mass on Friday after- Eddie was also honoured by James
noon Jim was laid to rest in the adjoining cemetery. The huge Nagle of the Irish Throwers Club in
attendance at both the removal and funeral mass and burial are a conjunction with the world throwers
fitting testimony to the popularity of this quite and unasuming association when he was presented
gentleman, who was well known and respected in farming, eques- with the Perpetual trophy.
trian and sporting circles throughout West Waterford. There are exciting times ahead for
Our deepest sympathy is extended to his devastated family his Eddie in 2009 as he has been invited
wife Patricia his sons Paul, Dermot, Seamus and Tomas his to the British Championships, which
Daughters Fiona and Honor and a wide circle of relatives and will take place in Stoke - on - Tent in
friends, by whom he will be dearly missed. Ar dheis de go raibh a April 2009. So for Eddie training has
anam. already commenced for the coming season! Congratulations to
Music Appreciation you Eddie on your remarkable achievements and continued suc-
Music Appreciation is a community education programme where cess in the coming years.
participants will share musical styles-Instrumental families- Clashmore - Kinsalebeg Ladies Football
includes a concert visit -listen to music and requests from the Junior Football defeat
group all in good fun. Well done to our brilliant group of ladies who played a great game
Music Appreciation is a ten-week programme, which commences against Abbeyside last Wednesday night in the Junior Football
at Kinsalebeg Community Hall on Tuesday night September 23rd Final in Kilrossanty. The girls played an excellent game and with
and runs each night form 7.00pm- 9.00pm. The total cost for the just five minutes to the final whistle, it seemed the title was with-
ten weeks is 50 and there is a reduction for Social Welfare recip- in our grasp. However a devastating goal followed by two quick
ients. For further details contact Aine Whelan @ 058-51405 or points from our opponents was just enough to secure the title for
Kathleen Condon @ 058 51406 Abbeyside. Again thanks to everyone who braved the damp cold
Art Class weather conditions and came out to support us.
Art Classes with tutor Geraldine Allen Ross will commence on Clashmore - Kinsalebeg GAA Club Lotto Draw
Monday September 22nd in Kinsalebeg Community Hall - the Jackpot 6000
classes will run each night from 7.30pm to 9.30pm- These classes Last weeks Clashmore - Kinsalebeg GAA Club lotto draw will
are run under the Community Education programme for further take place at the Rising Sun on Monday night we will have a lotto
details contact Aine Whelan @058 51405 jackpot of 6000 to be won. The following were last weeks num-
Happy 18th Mark bers 3, 7, 14, 24 we had no match four winner, but we did have
This week we extend belated birthday greetings to Mark five winners of our weekly spot prizes so well done to the follow-
Cunningham Ballyheeney Mark recently celebrated his 18th ing: Murty Barron Kinsalebeg, Mary O Brien Grange Georgina
Birthday. Congratulations and best wishes Mark from all your Coughlan Aglish, Ed O Halloran Rath, Trish Curran Ring.
family and friends. On the previous week our weekly winners of 20 were: Mary O
Walk in aid of Motor Neurone Neill Ardsallagh, Fintan Walsh C\O Cross, Pat Walsh Modeligo,
Presently a local group of ladies are preparing to participate in the Barry O Neill Ardsallagh, Liam Dalton Modeligo.
annual Cork Women’s Mini Marathon, which takes place on Tickets for next weeks draw are now available thanks to everyone
September 28th 2008. Sponsorship cards are located in the local for their continued support.
shops and the proceeds of their sponsorship go to Motor Neurone. Clashmore 45 Drive
We would really appreciate you support! Last weeks joint winners on nine games each were Bill Allen and
Death of Kevin Kearns Jim McGrath, Tom Osbourne and John Motherway, in third place
Our deepest sympathy is extended to the Kearns family on the on seven games we had Mairead and Michael Fahey they won
death of dearly loved husband father and Grandfather Kevin seven games. Our best of the last five were Mary Dower and Jack
Kearns, The Mews North cross Lane-Youghal Lane Youghal. Douris and each of the following were winners of lucky last game
Kevin died following a short illness at the University Hospital prizes Liam Curran and Thomas Power, Aine Curran and Roger
Cork on Tuesday September 1st. His wife Maureen survives Hynes, Gemma McSweeney and Jimmy Roche. Well done to all
Kevin, his children Sean, Terry, Kirby and Brian his brother,

The boys and girls of Clashmore N.S. on their first day back to school

our winners and thanks to everyone for their continued support

On the previous week our winners of our Clashmore 45 Drive at
the Decies Bar were delighted Mother and son team Noreen and
Anto O Mahony they won eight games. In joint second we had
Nell Foley and Ed Hynes, Margaret and Dan Leahy, Aine Curran
and Liam Curran. Best of the last five games were Martin Lynch
and Mike Hunt. Lucky last game winners were Maura McGrath
and Noel Nugent, Mary and Ger O Donovan, Pad O Halloran and Parents and friends who came along to the re-opening of the school
Tom Osbourne. Well done to all our winners and thanks to every-
one for their continued support. Welcome back to the cards this
week to Maura McGrath, Maura and her husband Rennie and
members of their family have just enjoyed a trip to the United
States for a family wedding.
Congratulations Conor and Brian
Congratulations to Conor and Brian Lynch on winning a Shaws
Voucher in last months Decies Development Draw. Hope you
enjoy your prize lads!
Thursday Club Ole Mill Poker Classic
On Thursday afternoon September 4th our members returned to At our weekly poker classic at the Ole Mill Kinsalebeg the ladies
the Thursday club and there was lots to catch up on. Welcome continue to dominate when Gemma McSweeney was last
back everyone great to see you all again.. Remember new mem- Wednesday nights winner and Mary Agnes O Mahony was second.
bers are always welcome and transport is available, just come Our weekly classic continues each Wednesday night and new play-
along any Thursday you will be very welcome ers are always welcome to join us. Games start at 9.30pm each
Set Dancing in Clashmore night.
Set dancing has resumed, every Thursday night at the Heritage
Centre at 8.00pm. A great night for fitness and fun. Newcomers Ole Mill Rings
welcome. Our Sunday afternoon rings continued this week with prizes of
A new era dawned in Clashmore on Monday Sept 1st Chickens and wine for our winners well done to this week’s team
As pupils returned to their classrooms for another school year at winners Kitty Kelly, Pat Hickey and Richard Walsh. Well done all.
Clashmore National School on Monday Sept. 1st was an over-
whelming experience as it was a first day for all in their newly Happy Birthday Mary
refurbished beautiful state of the art school. Also for the first time This is a very special birthday greeting for Mary Troy Curragh
in many years growing numbers of pupils have allowed us to have Ardmore who is celebrating her birthday this Thursday - A very
a four teacher school. Well done Terry McCarthy and his team for happy birthday to you Mary from Kieran at the Ole Mill.
completing the project on time and everyone involved in getting
this wonderful building for us here in Clashmore. Tidy Towns Report
The national Tidy towns competition published its annual adjudi-
cation report for 2008 this week and we are delighted to report an
overall increase in points of 5 on last years results. The report,
which we will include in the next issue, gives some very encour-
aging tips. So well done all keep up the good work.

Death of Freddie Lennon

This week we are deeply saddened to report the unexpected death
on Monday last of Freddie Lennon Ballinamultina Clashmore.
Reposing at Egan’s funeral home Youghal. His removal took place
to Clashmore Church on Tuesday evening and following requiem
mass on Wednesday Freddie was laid to rest in the adjoining ceme-
tery. To his sisters Essie Walsh [Youghal] Maureen Coughlan
[Aglish] his brother Toddy [England] his very dear friend Mary, all
Kyle O Doherty on his fisrt day at his family relatives, neighbours and many friends we extend our
Clashmore N.S. The first day for Paul Fleming deepest sympathy. May he rest in peace. Full obituary next week.
By Michael Twomey cur and accused the refuse company of polluting the air with
Report of the Town Clerk odours that are a ’health and safety issue’. Cllr. Murray added that
HOUSING MATTERS: the Local Business Community intend on meeting with Wiser
1. The Planned maintenance contract for the remaining houses at Bins to discuss alternative operating hours. The County Manager
Dermot Hurley Estate is due to be signed within the next two warned that the Town Clerk could write to the Director of the
weeks. The contract has been offered to Glounthaune Property Environment to revoke Wiser Bins licence. Cllr. Linehan-Foley
Developments Ltd at a value of 158,340. It is anticipated that the informed members that the steps at Green Hole are ’lethal’ while
appointed contractor will commence works in early October. she expressed concern that the structure of the lighthouse hill
2. All the planned maintenance tender information for the second promenade which overlooks the rocks and bay might not be
phase of Blackwater Heights has been forwarded to the Architects entirely safe. Looking up from the strand the iron holding it up
Department of Cork County Council for the preparation of tender doesn’t look 100%, she said. Cllr. Burke sought information on a
documents with a view to going to tender within the next two number of items including works for a broken footpath at 29
months. Sweetfield, incomplete footpath at Windmill Hill, a bus shelter for
3. The 23 bungalows currently under construction at Killeagh the post office stop and an inquiry as to the reopening of the
Road are due to be completed and allocated by the end of the year. Millennium Playground. Cllr. Hennessey informed the Council of
ROADS: ’overhanging trees’ at the graveyard. She also asked that the jail
1. Approximately 40% of the regeneration works are completed steps be cleaned on a daily basis and that the hedging there be
on Church Street. The Archaeological finds on the street were sig- trimmed. She concluded by citing the increasing traffic congestion
nificant and of great interest. Evidence of the finds will be dis- at the junction of Raheen Rd. and Cork Hill. She said cars are
played on the street when the project is completed. parking on both sides of lower Raheen Rd. making the two-way
2. The De Valera Street Car Park is well advanced and should be passage very difficult. Cllr. McLellan expressed satisfaction that
completed and operational by the end of October. This Car Park grass has been cut in the Copperalley area but asked that the loose
(37 Spaces) should greatly alleviate parking congestion in the cuttings be collected. She stated the graveyard lodge ’is in bad
area. repair’ and asked when will a bollard be erected at the bottom of
WATER AND SEWERS: Windmill Hill. The Cllr. had two requests for Raheen park; one
1. The reservoirs are currently at full storage capacity with an was for money for a new lawnmower for the lower section of the
average daily demand of in excess of 600,000 gallons per day. I estate and a disabled parking space for the centre outside no. 38.
am unaware of any problems with the Waste Water Drainage She also remarked that this area suffers from heavy traffic conges-
System currently and all Pump Stations seem to be working satis- tion. Cllr. Murray said the footpath on main street between Sean
factorily. Twomey’s and Conn Keogh’s requires remedial work. She added
MISCELLANEOUS: that ’visibility is poor at the SpÆ and that the area also has pot
1. The Enterprise Centre is due to be completed by 20th holes. She concluded by asking when the ’St. Raphael’s bend will
September next and Formal handover should take place that be taken away?’. Cllr. Savage said he had received a ’lot of ques-
week. Fit out should take approximately three to four weeks. Open tions’ regarding the Millennium Playground. He complained that
days will be advertised in respect of the Centre shortly. the Railway Station has become ’the largest derelict site in town’.
2. The Budget 2009 meetings will commence from October The Cllr. criticised CIE stating, ’any other owner would have to
onwards. Next years Budget will represent a challenge for all con- clean it up’. He said there had been 2-3 break-ins at
cerned. The Department of the Environment have already issued McCurtainstown during the summer, suggesting that if the long
formal letters requesting the Local Authority to cut expenditure grass were cut at the rear of the houses such anti-social behaviour
and payroll costs by at least 3%. (A copy of the letter has been for- might not happen. Cllr. Beecher asked for an update on the ligts
warded to each member of the Council) and steps at Knockaverry. He informed the Council that the brick
Votes of Congratulations. pavement at Dr. Kennedy’s Place needs to be weeded while he
Mayor Olly Casey congratulated the Rev. Michael Thompson on noted a bollard was removed from Dominic Collins Place and
being ’instituted at St. Mary’s Collegiate Church’ last Monday needs replacing. He also cited holes and weeds on a Cork Hill
evening and promised to hold a civic reception for him at a ’later pavement and wall. He said loose stones at Blackwater Heights is
date in the Mall Arts Centre’. The Mayor also heaped praise on a ’recipe for disaster’ and asked for more ’children at play’ signs for
athletes, Nikita Savage and Michael Healy for their recent suc- the estate.
cesses in competition. He said both competitors were products of Cork County Council Items.
Youghal Athletic Club and are ’heading for Olympic quality’. He Cllr. Casey called for the ponding at Nagle House to be dealt with.
extended congratulations to Pobalscoil na Tr on ide for the excel- Cllr. Linehan-Foley said the entrance to Quarryvale is ’deadly dan-
lent marks secured by pupils in the Leaving Cert results. Cllr. gerous’ and is an ’accident waiting to happen’. She asked the Town
Linehan-Foley afforded unqualified praise to members of Youghal Engineer to look at it as people are ’not heeding the yellow lines’.
Tidy Towns and Youghal Town Council’s outdoor staff following Cllr. Revins noted a number of ’serious pot holes’ at the junction
the announcement that Youghal claimed first place in the Cork to Kilcoran Rd.. Cllr. Savage complained the smell emanating
County Ant-Litter competition. She also offered praise to all those from the Youghal landfill site continues to pollute the air. For
involved in the Medieval Fun Day. how long more do the people of Youghal have to put up with
Town Foreman’s Report. this? he demanded to know. He said the outfall pipe at front
The Mayor said the ’last site to the left before the Cul de Sac’ at strand was ’supposed to be done for July’. The Town Engineer said
Sweetfield ’looks desperate’. He asked if the owner of the site is he had a guarantee the job will be done soon. The Cllr. then asked
known to the Council. He acknowledged the Council is to com- that the down shoot be repaired on the Clockgate and weeds be
plete a fence there while a private fence has been erected to pre- removed from its walls. Cllr. Burke required information on the
vent the site being used as a short-cut. Cllr. Linehan-Foley again blue flag status for Redbarn Strand, the ponding at Gallagher’s
condemned Wiser Bins for holding up traffic while collecting Terrace, the extension of double yellow lines at the Coast Guard
refuse. She said it was unacceptable that the traffic flow should be station, broken footpath at Strand Street and the Cork Hill traffic
affected during the seasonal months. We’ve spoken to them management report. Cllr. McLellan stated that the odour from
(Wiser), to the Garda and the traffic warden. Can we look at the Foxhole is ’so bad people are gagging’. She said the situation is
by-laws to change the times they are allowed to operate on the ’just not good enough’. She cited a secondary problem when she
main street? she asked. The Cllr. pinpointed the problem when noted anecdotal evidence suggesting lorries are not exiting from
she said the driver of the bin lorry had to stop to pick up the bins, Foxhole (as per preplanning agreement) via the by-pass but
therefore causing extended delays. Cllr. Beecher was quick to con- ’through the town ’. Cllr. Hennessey asked that the road markings
be upgraded at Nealon’s Quay. She also cited the danger at Report on Rapid.
Quarryvale and suggested the extension of the double yellow Cllr. Revins said he was optomistic of having news on funding for
lines. She concluded that a ponding problem has manifested at the Millennium Park next month.
Springfield Court. Cllr. Beecher complained of ’disturbances at HERITAGE MUNICIPAL POLICY COMMITTEE-
Claycastle’ and asked that rubber ramps be installed ’immediately’. REPORT SEPT. 2008
He asked why there is a delay on the work on the footpath between The following is an update of all that has taken place since June
the Leisure Centre and the front strand. He sought information on 2008:- Church Street
the proposed disabled space for Raheen Park, the odour at Work has been underway in Church Street for a number of months
Foxhole, the link road between Blackwater Heights and as part of the Heritage Regeneration Plan for Youghal and already
Woodview Court. He advised members of a pot hole at Quarry the archeological investigation under Dan Noonan has revealed a
Road and outside the Devonshire Arms Hotel and warned that a major find. The remains of a cobbled sandstone walkway has been
broken gully cover at Hillview will cause an accident. Cllr. uncovered which dates from the 12th or 13th Century.
Murray stated that work on the road at Sheehan’s garage is ’badly Excavations are due to continue as far as the gates of St. Mary‘s
done’. She asked for an update on the work at SruthÆn na Sal and College and further exciting finds are anticipated.
was advised it would recommence next week. She informed the Medieval Fun Weekend
Council that lights are out at Kent St. and at Cal Flavin’s. She crit- Unfortunately inclement weather forced the abandonment of the
icised the ESB for causing the delay to works at the Aura Leisure planned Saturday evening concert at St. Mary‘s College Gardens.
Centre footpath. It’s not good enough, she said. She concluded However the weather improved considerably for the Sunday and a
that the smell from Foxhole was ’putrid over the weekend’. great day‘s entertainment was enjoyed by an attendance of 5,000
Responding to comments on the Foxhole odour, the County people.
Manager explained. There was an acceptance of waste material Failte Ireland Signage
which was a sugar waste product. The decomposition of the waste Approval in principle has been given by Failte Ireland for signage
was brought to the surface as a liquid by extreme rainfall. It in the historic core of the town. This will enable Youghal Town
proved difficult to cover. The contractor is complying with regu- Council to effectively highlight three walking trails. The principle
lations as much as possible. The material is being covered and trail is the Youghal Historic Tourist Trail incorporating all the
they are trying to complete the cover. The landfill won’t be taking great heritage features of Youghal, i.e. Clock Gate, Benedictine
in food material again. The Manager went on to say that a further Priory, The Red House, Tynte‘s Castle, Boyle‘s Almshouses, Sir
report as part of Cork Regional Waste had stated that the ’vast Walter Raleigh‘s House at Myrtle Grove, St. Mary‘s Collegiate
majority of waste could be redirected to Kinsale Road’ in the Church, St. Mary‘s College and Medieval Gardens, The Town
future. She said the Youghal landfill would reach maximum intake Walls, St. Mary‘s Parish Church, The Quaker Meeting House, The
in Dec. 2009/Jan. 2010. She said smaller amounts of waste will be Water Gate and Mall House. Two other subsidiary trails will also
accepted up to June 2009 with an ’accelerated amount up to clo- be signposted namely the Medieval Garden Trail of the College
sure over the last six months’. A number of Cllrs. then comment- Gardens, and the Graveyard Trail of St. Mary‘s Collegiate Church.
ed on the situation asking for an investigation from the The enhancement of these trails with heritage signage will greatly
Environmental Protection Agency with Cllr. Beecher stating he add to the visitor experience of Youghal and add to its status as
was ’convinced’ that the odour is ’being released from the sludge one of the most important heritage towns of Ireland.
plant at night’. It’s controlled,’ he said. Cllr. Linehan-Foley said Conclusion
the odour was not from the landfill as it is ’the same smell for I wish to thank most sincerely the Heritage Council for its funding
weeks’. Following this issue, the Town Clerk wished to return to and all those who gave many hours of voluntary work organising
other matters regarding works in the town. He warned that the and preparing for Medieval Weekend, in particular Catherine
Council has been asked to curb its expenditure. He said ’ongoing Desmond and Lucy Heaphy; the Council staff, Gavin Tivy,
maintenance cannot be kept up’. Next year will be an even greater Youghal Pipe Band, the live bands ISIS and Bombshell, UCC
challenge, he predicted. He said the last two budgets saw ’spend- Medieval and Renaissance Society, RTE Nationwide, Kieron
ing cut to the core to minimize rates’. The County Manager told Groeger, Teresa Cudlip, all the sponsors, performers and stallhold-
Cllr. Burke that she is expecting a report on the Blue Flag soon but ers, The Mayor of Youghal Cllr. Oliver Casey, Cllrs. Mary
tempered the news by stating it was a difficult year for the three Linehan-Foley and Sammy Revins for their active participation,
beaches because of excessive rainfall. She also said the 25m everyone who helped in any way whatsoever and of course all
drainage programme for Youghal is at the ’design stage’. However, who attended on the day.
she asked members to use political influence to make sure the Cllr. Liam Burke, Chairman, Youghal Town Council Heritage
funds are downloaded to pay for the works and referred to the ’cur- Municipal Policy Committee, September 2008.
rent economic climate’ as a possible obstacle. The Town Clerk
expressed urgency and looked to go a step further by suggesting Report on Hatherton Ltd., T/A Enterprise Youghal.
a deputation go to the Minister for the Environment. Cllr. McLellan advised that the ’underpinning at the tower at St.
Mayor’s Business. Mary’s is complete’. She added that 80% of the snag list is now
The Mayor paid compliments to the work of East Cork Area completed as is work in the courtyard. She said sample application
Development and their ability to garner funds for various pro- forms, License Agreement and Handbook were shown to the
grammes and individuals. Cllr. Hennessey proposed a civic recep- directors. She stated that a ’web design for the Enterprise Centre is
tion for Paddy Neville after 21 years service to the Ambulance currently being worked on’ as is a brochure. She concluded that
service. Cllr. Linehan-Foley said there were a number of people in the project co-ordinator is studying case studies of how other cen-
a similar position and thought it wiser to hold a reception for com- tres are run and that 20th September is the date nominated for the
bined recipients. handover of completed works.
Decision of Cork County Council to amend the Draft County Motion in the name of Cllr. Casey seconded by Cllr. Burke.
Development Plan New Town at Annaghmore. That this Council provide designated parking for the residents of
The Town Clerk informed members of his opposition to the DeValera Street, in the new car park on that street.
amendment and stated the County Manager’s objection to a devel- This motion created some controversy in the chamber and no lit-
opment that ’runs contrary to the Cork Area Strategic Plan’. The tle debate as the Mayor sought to solve the issue on the night. He
Town Clerk warned that a new town would adversely affect the began by responding to a letter from the Town Clerk, which had
projected population increase of Youghal and would in turn dilute been furnished to all members outlining his objection to the
funds that would have been forthcoming to the town. He advised motion on a number of grounds. The Town Clerk’s stated in his let-
that the Council strongly object to the amendment. ter that the motion raised ’serious issues for Youghal Town
letter that the motion raised ’serious issues for Youghal Town financial and legal implications’ and that his letter was ’not person-
Council and its members’. He outlined the background to the al’. The Mayor wanted a resolution. Cllrs. can vote. Stand up and
issue, mainly that DeValera St. become parking free and that per- be counted. If it’s defeated, so be it. Vote for what you believe in.
mit holders would be transferred to a new car park. He stated. It Cllr. savage declared the issue was being ’handled badly’ and that
was specified at the time that there would be no designation of car the members were being ’forced to vote’ though he added, ’nobody
spaces, and this was never raised by Residents at the time. He here is afraid of the auditor’. It was then called upon to vote for a
went on to state that ’on street public spaces...are for all members deferral as called by Cllr. Savage. This was defeated by 7 to 2.
of the public’. He said the motion, if adopted, would ’effectively Cllr. Murray then said she wanted to submit an amendment. She
make this (new DeVelera park) a private car park’. The Town reiterated her earlier suggestion (one way, 3hr. Limit). Cllr. Burke
Clerk pointed out the financial implications saying that designat- (quicker than you could say ’free space’) said. A point of order,
ing specific spaces would represent benefit in kind to residents that is not an amendment but a new motion. After much heated
and a loss to the public of approx. 15,000 per space. (the motion exchange the Mayor again stood his ground calling on democracy
seeks a designation of 17 out of 27 spaces). The letter goes on to to reign over indecision. A vote was taken on the motion. Cllr.
state that the Town Clerk sought confirmation from the Local Revins, Murray and Savage abstained while Cllrs. Burke, Casey,
Government Auditor and was advised that loss of revenue due to Linehan-Foley, McLellan, Hennessey and Beecher voted for. The
a members’ decision could lead to those members being motion was carried 7 to 2.
penalised. The Town Clerk went further to say that property could Motion in the name of Cllr. Murray seconded by Cllr. Beecher.
be devalued should rights be given to individuals on Council prop- That Youghal Town Council liaise with Bus Eireann to improve
erty and would also compromise utility of that property in the the existing bus stop at Bertie Dempsey’s to examine the feasibili-
future. He concluded. I strongly recommend that the motion be ty of relocating the existing shelter about the width of the footpath
withdrawn. Irked but determined, the Mayor was forthright with back to the car park. There may be a loss of one car parking
his reply responding to the Town Clerk’s objections. He said the space. Thus ensuring that traffic continues to flow in both direc-
Council’s decision in 2002 to transfer the permit holders on tions when bus is parked.
DeVelera St. to a new car park could ’only be achieved by the des- Cllr. Beecher supported the motion, stating, The back of the bank
ignation of 17 spaces (one per house, permit holders only). In is a dreary place. Cllr. Linehan-Foley said she would ’not support
response to the Town Clerk’s argument that on street public spaces the motion’. She said the members had ’unanimously agreed to
are for all members of the public the Mayor replied. It is clear shift the bus stop to Catherine St.’ One person complained. Half
that the practice of allocating public spaces to business and others the town is in uproar over it, she complained. Cllr. Revins con-
has been used in several areas of the town. He then listed ten curred. I can’t support this, we all agreed to move the bus stop,
areas and their uses, such as: Casual Trading, Trolley Parks, Bike Speaking on her motion, Cllr. Murray said the proposed back
Spaces, Loading Bays etc. On the matter of financial implications street bus stop was a lonely spot. I wouldn’t like a daughter of
the Mayor responded. The motion does not state that any space mine or an elderly person or myself to be left standing there on a
would be allocated to any specific property. He added that ’no Winter’s night. The motion was voted on and defeated by 7 to 2.
rights’ would be allowed to ’any individual property or person’. He
said the allocated spaces would not be numbered but could be used
at any particular time by the residents. He added. It was never
intended by Youghal Town Council that car parking charges would
be used as a source for generating revenue for the Council.
Regarding the threat of an Auditor’s penalty, the Mayor betrayed
some irritation. I was very disappointed to read the implied threat
of the Auditor to recover funds from supporting members . There
is no basis for this threat, he said. Mayor Casey then had a sting Main Ford dealers
in the tail for the Council by citing the allocating of spaces by the Cork Road, Midleton, Co.Cork
Council to the exclusion of the public. He pointed out that Opening hours Mon-Fri 9-6 Sat 9-5 Tel 021 4633633
Officials, staff members and others in the Council park their cars
on both sides of the Mall House. He added that there was no issue 08 Mondeo 1.6 5dr lx 18km Black 26000
or threat with regard to the future use of the car park. He said the
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Council could use the property as they see fit because ’such pow-
ers are the reserved function of the Town Council’ and suggested 07 Mondeo Platinium 5dr 21km Navy 20000
(with no little irony) that a multi-storey car park was one example. 07 Mondeo lx 1.8 4dr Silver 16km 19000
When concluding, the Mayor said he had worked on his response 06 Mondeo Ghia 2.0tdci 5dr Tango 33km 23500
day and night since receiving the Town Clerk’s letter and had in 06 Mondeo Zetec Estate 1.8 75km Black 18000
fact ’lost sleep’ over the issue. He then called for a vote on the
motion. The County Manager was quick to remind the members Car of the week
of setting a legal precedent. What about other householders? she Ford Puma 1.4 coupe Black 6500
asked. Cllr. Savage said the members were being put in a ’very dif-
ficult position’ because all the members ’sympathise with the resi- Customer focused since 1928
dents’. He asked for a deferral or a special meeting to explore more COMMERCIALS
possibilities. He said he would vote for the residents but added. 07 Transit Lwb m/r 2.4tdci 115ps White 56km 21000
The Council’s value for money with 17 spaces is not good. Cllr. 06 Transit lwb h/r 2.4tddi 90ps White 70km 19000
Linehan-Foley said she had signed an agreement to relocate the 05 Transit lwb m/r 2.4tddi 90ps Steel blue 86km 15000
residents. She said she could not go back on her word. We’re 04 Transit lwb m/r 2.4tddi 125ps White 14500
responsible, where are they supposed to put their cars? she asked. 04 Transit crew cab lwb m/r Red 16000
Mayor Casey said it was a case of ’justice and equity’. Cllr.
McLellan said residents had been ’parking there for decades’ and Contact Vincent Motherway, David Hickey
supported the motion. Cllr. Murray offered an alternative: ’one or Ian Fitzpatrick.
way (up lane),with 3hour parking limit and exemption for resi-
dents’. The Mayor said he was ’not prepared to defer’ the motion. Tel 021 4633633
This prompted Cllr. Revins to claim he would not vote but ’seek info@abernethys.net Or visit
legal advice’. The Town Clerk said it was ’his duty to point out the or web site @ www.abernethys.ie
On the 5th June 2007 Youghal Community Drugs Initiative was
set up in Youghal. The purpose of the project is "to enable target-
ed young people in the community of Youghal who misuse or at
high risk of misusing alcohol or drugs, to involve themselves in
their own development". As most people are aware by now I am
leaving the project on Friday 22nd Sept. Most recently I have been
successful in a career move in the same line of work but I will be
working at a regional level more so now. I would like to take this
opportunity to give the people of Youghal an overview of what has
been done in the project since June 2007.
There are currently 32 young people accessing the service at dif-
ferent levels of drug taking in Youghal. These levels would be On Tuesday 9th. Sept. the Youghal Branch of the Irish Red Cross
covered in 5 stages of change: 1.Not recognising the need to presented Certificates to the folowing people who had recently
change2. Recognising the problem and is considering change3. completed courses in Basic First Aid and Therapeutic Hand Care.
Preparing to get ready to change4. Initiating change and 5. Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Members receiving Practical F.A. Certs.
Maintaining change. These stages of change are a process and not Aoife Butler; Monica Kelly; David Kearney; Louise Keating;
an event which is measured in small steps rather than Giant steps. Aisling Pierce; Monica Daly; Marian Kent Banim; Orla Morrison;
Also the project currently has 26 Families members accessing the Ciara Lynch; Bernie Hennessy
service for support and advice in helping them cope with dealing Red Cross Members receiving Practical First Aid Certificates
and responding to people close to them that are using drugs and Lesley Godfrey, Norah Beattie, John Godfrey, Sheila Kenneally,
alcohol. From this a family support group was formed and is run- June Arnott, Elaine Mulcair
ning now nearly 12mths. Each individual in this group has brought Therapeutic Hand Care Certificates
about significant change in their lives. They can learn to cope bet- John Godfrey, Sheila Kenneally, Kay Donnelly, Angela Kearns,
ter and also be free of the blame and the "It’s my fault syndrome". Eileen Kiely, June Arnott, Lesley Godfrey.
Other work of the project would have included: Working closely The Chairperson of the Youghal Red Cross, Elaine Mulcare wel-
with Youth reach, the secondary school in Youghal, Involved in comed everyone to the night s proceedings. She complimented all
advocating for the ASAP programme to local GAA clubs and those who had spent their time learning skills that would be of
working closely with Local GPs. benefit both to the community and themselves. She added that a
The project has also been involved in setting up Acupressure mas- Red Cross Certificate is valuable because it has world wide recog-
sage which is run by a therapist weekly for parents which is very nition and she hoped that after three years everyone would be back
successful and a Stress management course for people which has to update their certs. She also mentioned that the Red Cross was
just finished. always looking for new members and hoped they would consider
There are two people from the community who have been suc- that option.
cessful in qualifying for a place in "Diploma non formal guidance" Elaine also thanked Thomas Bermingham ( Instructor) for the
which is been run from UCC this year. Part of this curriculum time and effort he had put into running both courses. The fact that
involves further involvement in the project. the First Aid course was held at Bru na Si meant that those attend-
Someone new who is professionally suitable for the job will begin ing had a comfortable venue at which to learn and Elaine thanked
work in Youghal very soon. It will take time for that person to take Micheal de Buitleir for facilitating the Red Cross at their home .
up the work and fit into the position. I feel this is an exciting time Thomas Bermingham then presented the Certificates for both
as this person will also bring more talents to the job and fresh courses and invited everyone to share in some light refreshments.
ideas to move it further. I would like to take this opportunity to The Red Cross is grateful to Shalom House for the use of their
thank everyone in the community that has been part of the project premises and a special word of thanks to Nora who always looks
and in fact my life in a professional manner over the last few after them. Members of the local branch of the Red Cross help out
months. Without your involvement the project would not be what regularly at the Blood Bank.
it is today. I have seen young people and families take courage’s
steps to bring about change in their lives’. I have seen members of
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Birthday Party Draw Winner at Cheque presentation to Diabetic
Perks Amusements, Youghal Federation of Ireland By Colin and
Linda Donoghue and family
Photo Michael Hussey (YoughalOnline.com)

Seated: Linda, Laura and Sarah Donoghue present the cheque of 4,155
to Charlotte Pearson representing The Diabetic Federation of Ireland
Congratulations to Jack Yeomans who won the Birthday Party Draw at Perks, Standing: Angela, Eileen and Colin Donoghue with Eileen and Denis
Youghal who is pictured with his family. O’Regan. The monies raised was from the successful coffee morning held
at Colin and Lindas residence, de Valera St. on Sept. 5th last

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Autumn Training Schedule 2008

Ailbrin Society Youghal South Cork Enterprise Board offers an extensive range of high quality, profes-
sional training at low cost for business clientele within the South Cork region.
The Ailbrin Society is beginning its 2008/2009 season. Michael Whether it be starting up or growing a business there is something suitable for
Murray will give a talk on the history and times of the Ailbrin everyone.
- Exploring Enterprise - Start Your Own Business - Sales & Marketing -
Society. This will be held in the Walter Raleigh Hotel, Youghal on Writinga Business Plan - Personal Effectiveness & Leadership
Wednesday, 17th September at 8.30 pm. It will be followed by the Management - Finace For Non-Financial Manager - Taxation & Vat - Sort
AGM of the society. All welcome. My Books - Book-Keeping Made Easy - Web Optimisation - Everything
You Need To Know About Franchising - Selling Skills For Services - Grow
Your Business - An Employer s Guide To HR
Youghal Adult Education
Exhibition At The Walter Raleigh Hotel

Patrick Callinan BTEI, Sharon Lupton, Adult Education Officer and John Dooley,
Dept. Social and Family Affairs
Down-Scaling of Youghal Michael Ahern Welcomes
Landfill Site Gets Underway 35,000 Funding For Youghal
There have being a number of problems over the last 18 months Historic Town Trail
in relation to odours emanating from the Youghal landfill site at Michael Ahern T.D has welcomed the allocation of 35,320 fund-
Foxhole. The past week however has seen an exceptional ing for the Youghal historic town trail. This funding was been
amount of complaints made to Cllr Barbara Murray in relation to awarded under Failte Ireland’s historic towns initiative. The fund-
these foul odours. ing is designed to provide a range of tourist signage. This will
Following a series of investigations undertaken by the Director of include orientation and interpretive-information boards. Which
Services for Waste Management, Mr.Ted Lucey it has been will be placed throughout designated tourist trails in Youghal.
revealed that on this occassion the source of the problem was a Deputy Ahern said ’’ this is a very usefull addition to the tourist
infrastructure of Youghal. It will serve as an aid to tourists and
consignment of waste sugar product that was taken in and caused
assist them in enjoying their tourist experience even more.
huge problems when fermentation occurred. The adverse weath- Tourism is of vital importance to Youghal and this extra funding is
er conditions also had a detrimental effect on the operating of most welcome.’’
machinery on site.
Cllr. Murray, having taken on board the concerns of the local FR.O’NEILL’S CAMOGIE CLUB
community has priotised this issue and is strongly advocating the U 8 and U 1O Team: On Saturday 23rd August Fr.O’Neill’s played
down-scaling of operations at the landfill site. Killeagh in a practise match.Great improvement by all our bud-
Cllr Murray is pleased to advise that as part of the implementa- ding camogie players!!Their training sessions for this season came
tion of the Cork Regional Waste Strategy, Cork County Council to a close with a fun day which was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
and Cork City Council are working together to ensure that all Well done Fiona and Carrie. Indoor training will be starting for
existing empty cells are firstly used before the new facility at this group before Christmas.
U 11 Imokilly League: Fr.O’Neill’s 5 - 0 Carrigtwohill. Scorers
Bottle Hill should come into effect.
Ashling Bernard 2-0, Sarah O’Sullivan 1-0, Aoife Millerick 1-0,
It is envisaged that bigger customers using the site in Youghal Emily O’Keefee 1-0. Good work by all the girls, the training is
will transfer to the Kinsale Road landfill and use the remainder paying off!!
of the space there. This should leave Youghal with a very much Fr.O’Neill’s 8-3 - 0-0 Youghal. Scorers : Rachel Dunne 3-0, Sarah
down scaled operation, to take effect by the end of September ’08 Hayes 1-0, Keelagh Cullinane 3-3, Aoife Dunne 1-0 . Great play
and operate until June 09. Youghal site should therefore be com- by all the girls again. They now proceed to the U 11 East Cork
pletely semi -final. Time and date to be finalised. U13 Parish League is
out of operation by December ’09. now in progess since Wednesday 3rd September.Teams now on
It is imperative that all complaints relating to foul odours from display at school or the notice board at the pitch. Matches will run
the Youghal landfill site continue to be reported to the site office, 3rd ,10th, 17th September with semi-finals and final played at a
on 024-91084 where they will be logged and fully investigated. later date. If unable to attend on any night please contact Mary
Kenefick at 087 7957962. After the first round of matches played
we have Waterford at the top of the league table but its early days.
Saturday 30th August saw Fr.O’Neill’s play Sarsfield in Mahon.
(FAS Community Employment Scheme) The girls played the first half with gusto and led at half time 1-3 -
0-1 Sarsfield.The second half Sars came back strongly and leveled
A vacancy exists for a Caretaker at Youghal GAA .Sars got the winning point in the last puck of the game. Devasting
Pavilion at Magner’s Hill. for the girls.The final score Fr.O’Neill’s 1-8 Sarsfield 2-6.
Please forward a CV to: Team: Linda Hayes, Marie Harrington, Lis Sweetman, Francis
Wiggins, Yvonne Murphy, Claire Madden, Catriona Day, Sarah
Youghal Sports Group, c/o GAA Club, Magner’s Hill, Harrington, Ciara McGrath, Siobhan Kearney, Geardaoin
Youghal, Co. Cork Kearney, Val O’Sullivan, Nora Aherne, Caroline Phelan, Ursula
Closing date for applications is Friday 19th September Day. Subs: Emma Swayne for Caroline Phelan, Katie Aherne for
Marie Harrington, Kate Harrington for Siobhan Kearney.
2008 Scorers : Geardaoin Kearney 0-6 Katie Aherne 0-1, Nora Aherne
*Applicants must be eligible for FAS Community 1-1. Better luck next time girls! Saturday 13th September will see
16 of the senior panel travel to Dublin to represent the club in the
All Ireland 7 Aside Camogie Competition "Kilmacud Crokes".

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Pobalscoil na Trionoide Harty Cup Hurling Panel pictured with coach Brian Lotty, selector Tracey Kennedy, GAA teachers Liam O’Laochdha and Aisling Cuddigan. The
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No Membership Barriers - Just
Fun, Fitness and Health For The
Over the weekend of the 6th and 7th of September, we played the
Noel O Driscoll Perpetual Competition, very kindly sponsored by the
Entire Community O Driscoll Family. Noel was Our first Chairperson in 1985 and was
Aura Youghal Leisure Centre, as part of Aura Sport and Leisure Chairperson on ten occasions. much of what we got today, is down to
the hard work done by Noel in the early days. Noel took great pride
Management, continues to provide the best health and fitness
in Our Club, and this was best shown each Year in the North East
options for the local community with its ’No Barriers’ approach to
Cork Leagues, no matter how Noel played over the Year, Once the
League started, We could always depend on him to bring in a score for
’No Barriers’ offers existing and potential customers the most flex-
us when it mattered most. When we lost Noel nine Years ago, we did
ible membership options in Ireland. Health and fitness enthusiasts not just lose a great Chairperson, We lost a great friend as well. The
can join one of the country’s leading sport and leisure facilities Club would like to thank the O Driscoll family for the Beautiful prize,
without any long-term contract commitments, joining fees or We would also like to thank the ladies who provided the refreshments
administration costs. at the presentation. The results of the Competition were : Overall Nett
Managing Director, Emma Kileen, said Aura’s ’no barriers’ attitude Martin O Regan. Gross Edward Long. Ladies: 1st Nett Joan Hyde. 1st
towards joining has allowed them to welcome many new faces to Gross Lily Bulman. 2nd Nett Bridie Walsh. Gents: 1st Nett Michael
the centre over the past two years: Dalton. 1st Gross Declan O Shea. 2nd Nett Seamus Murphy. Hole in
’We pride ourselves on providing universal access to our leisure one prize Tom Pomphrett. We have a little break next week as we have
centre. Our service is focused on fun, fitness and health for every- no competition, Our next competition will be the Chairman’s Prize
body and we strive to remove any barriers that may stop people over the Weekend of the 20th and 21st of September. If you wish to
joining Youghal’s first class facility.’ contact Claycastle Pitch and putt Club, Our e-mail address is clay-
’Since opening in 2006, Aura has played a significant role in the castlepp@hotmail.com.
lives of local residents, providing a host of facilities to help
improve fitness, health and wellbeing. Our aim is to build health-
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’Anyone who wants to enjoy a family day out, get fit, lose weight,
tone up or simply relax and unwind can do so at Aura Youghal
Leisure Centre, without having to sign up for annual membership
or deal with any hidden extras.’
’Aura also offers a unique Pay-As-You-Go option, ensuring the
leisure centre is accessible to everyone. This option is particularly
unique, allowing anyone to simply pay each time they want to use
our facilities,’ said Ms Kileen. Standing; Tom Pomphrett, Seamus Murphy, Margaret O’Driscoll presenting the
winning trophy to Martin O’Regan, Michael Dalton and Ed Long. Seated: Lily
Aura Sport and Leisure Management is the largest leisure centre Bulman, Joan Hyde, Lady Captain Phil Mangan and Bridie Walsh
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Located in Claycastle, Aura Youghal has a host of facilities the
whole family can enjoy including a 25-metre swimming pool,
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For further information on Aura Youghal Leisure Centre and their
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91614 or visit www.auraleisurecentres.ie Margaret O’Driscoll presenting the winning trophy to Martin O’Regan with Lady
Captain Phil Mangan
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Deirdre Kelly, Nikita Savage, Elaine Murphy, Aisling Clohessy-O’Mahony and

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Youghal Celebrates History

Classical Concert
Tickets for Youghal Celebrates History Classical
Concert at the Mall Arts Centre on the 26th of
Sept. 08 featuring International Soprano, Mary
Hegarty, are now available at both Crees, North
SeÆn McSweeney pictured with delighted teaching staff
Main St. and Youghal Tourist Office.
Information night for the East CruX Dance Cork presents a trio
European Community Immigrants of Irish Choreographers for its
At the Walter Raleigh Hotel
2008 Tour
Photo Michael Hussey

CruX Dance Theatre in its 2008 tour brings together the expertise
of three professional Irish choreographers. Jane Kellaghan,
Fearghus o Conchuir and Mairead Vaughan. This years triple per-
formance is called "Stage of My Mind" and examines the idea of
self estrangement and the inability to self soothe in our hectic pace
of modern life. Each choreographer was given free reign to create
a piece on the concept of "Stage of My Mind". Cork based Jane
Kellaghan Director of CruX Dance has included in her interpreta-
tion video and text based on a piece written by Breda Dooley ,
also from Cork. The other two choreographers created their own
dialogue with the dancers based on the concept and created a triple
bill which provides a full evenings performance of dance.
Six international dancers, male and female, worked and continue
to work with the choreographers in two locations in Cork to refine
Ikki Keane, Marian O’Halloran and Carmel Murphy-Youghal Library the pieces. This intense period of preparation finishes late August.
These periods of creation and rehearsal of "Stage of My Mind"
provide a unique opportunity to develop ideas in dance in a multi-
cultural pool of dancers guided by Irish choreographers.
"Stage of My Mind" will be performed by dancers from Italy,
Japan, the UK and Ireland. The triple bill will look at our ability to
"self soothe" or put in modern day language "pull ourselves
together". In movement the dancers and choreographers will pose
the question "How are we to pull ourselves together if we don’t
know what to pull?" How do we "soothe" ourselves from the ten-
sions of modern life? Crux Dance will attempt to answer these
Brendan Murphy and Marie O’Brien- Ziggi and his daughter Victoria from questions in dance in its 2008 Triple Bill Tour.
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drive for "Art for Artifacts" to preserve and restore the Artworks
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which has been approved by Mr. Martin Cullen TD, Minister for
Arts, Sports & Tourism is being made available to local authorities
to provide a range of tourism signage, including orientation, inter-
pretive and information boards, along with a designated historical
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In Memoriam In Memoriam
Kiely Noreen McCarthy
9th Anniversary Nee Carey
Treasured memories today and always of our two Ninth Anniversary
beautiful daughters Stephanie and Karena,
10 Atlantic Park, Youghal who left our home
on 25th Sept 1999 In Loving Memory of My Dear Wife
If we could visit heaven on this our saddest day Noreen, 4 Cork Road, Killeagh,
Maybe for a moment our pain would go away Who died on September 15th 1999
We would put our arms around Stephanie & Karena
And say these words so true
Our lives have never been the same since the day that we lost ye Memories of you are lovingly kept
No words can say how we feel today Someone too special to ever forget
or feel in our hearts since ye went away
The tears flow when we speak ye re names Quietly thought of every day
But the pain in our hearts remains the same Loved and missed more than words can say
Two special smiles, two special faces
Two special daughters no one can replace
Look after them Lord while they take their rest Kind friends who think of Noreen today, a little
For here on earth they were prayer to Jesus say.
Simply The Best
Love and miss ye always Sadly missed by her husband Fintan
Heartbroken Mam and Dad. xxxx

Kiely In Loving Memory of

9th Anniversary
Treasured memories of our two sisters
Stephanie and Karena
Edel Scott
2, Pearce Square, Youghal
There is always two faces before us Who went with the angels to heaven on
Two voices we would love to hear 9th September 2006
Two smiles we will always remember
of two sisters, Stephanie and Karena we loved so dear
Have you ever lost two sisters who meant the world to you May she rest in peace
Two you loved so much and miss them like we do O angel of God, my guardian dear
You are forever loved To whom God’s love commits me here
You are forever missed Ever this day to be at my side
You are forever in our hearts
We will love ye always
To light, to guard, to rule and guide,
We miss ye so so much Amen
Heartbroken sister Melissa and brother Trevor. xxxx


Kenneally O SHEA
17/9/1914 - 13/9/2000 In Loving Memory of a wonderful Mother
In Loving Memory of our dear Mother, and Grandmother Jenny, late of lower
Grandmother, Great Grandmother and Cork Hill, Youghal, who was taken from
Best Friend us on September 7th 2004
Maureen, whose 8th Anniversary occurs at this time
Our lips speak how much we love you,
Our hearts know just what to say,
Will those who think of her today Only God really knows how we miss you,
A little prayer to Jesus say More and more each day.
Always loved, remembered and sadly missed
by your daughter Jennifer, Mark,
Masses Offered, Always remembered by
your grandchildren Sinead, James & Cian
Therese, Sean and Family
In Memoriam

Remembering Our Parents
Connie and Maggie Esther Roche
74 Sarsfield Terrace, Youghal
whose anniversaries occurs
The Mayor of Cork County Cllr. Noel Harrington presenting the 1st prize in
Category B1 in the Cork County Council Anti-Litter Challenge to Ned Brennan
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Chairperson on behalf of the Youghal Anti-Litter Committee. Also included are
Cllr. Ollie Casey Mayor of Youghal, Dr. Mary Stack EAO, Theresa White Assistant
Pray for them County Manager and Ted O’Leary representing the County Manager at the
Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork. Photo Billy macGill

From Margaret, Brendan, Gene, Neil, Breda and Martin,

Noreen and Helen (Canada), Daughter-in-law Marie,
Sons-in-law Michael and Joe, Grandchildren and Great

5th Anniversary
In Loving Memory of our Father
Michael Lynott Yellop
who died 22nd Sept 2003 The Mayor of Cork County Cllr. Noel Harrington photographed with members of
the Ballymacoda / Ladybridge East Cork Anti-Litter Committee at the Cork
County Council Annual Anti-Litter Challenge Award Night at the Rochestown
Park Hotel, Cork. Photo Billy MacGill

Bass Club Competition

Sponsored by Broderick and Gallogley
At just past the half way stage of the bass club’s competitive sea-
There is always a face before us, a voice we would son things are taking shape at the top of the leadership board. With
love to hear. A smile we will always remember, interest growing and membership ever increasing the club is expe-
of a father we loved so dear. As life goes on without riencing somewhat of a renaissance.
you, and days turn into years, It holds a million A good turn out of over twenty anglers were in attendance to con-
memories, and a thousand silent tears test the ’Duggan Family Cup’ competition at the mudflats of
Ferrypoint, Youghal on Sunday 31st of August last. An exciting
From Michael, Darren, daughter-in-law Yvonne, grandchildren
battle is always on the cards for the honour of lifting this much
Jason, Jordan and Kelvin. Anniversary mass will be held at the sought after piece of annual silverware. But would the recent
Holy Family Church at 11 am Sunday 21st Sept week’s rainfall and a harbour teeming with mackerel affect the
expected catchers of flounder and possible bass?
THANKSGIVINGS From the offset angling was slow with only a few flounder caught
in the first hour. New member Clinton Rachman forged an early
PRAYER TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY lead with three flounder but was closely followed by Jamie Santry
(Never Known To Fail)
O most beautiful flower of Mount Carmel, Fruitful Vine, Splendour of with two. As high water approached the action slowed a little but
Heaven. Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin, assist me some lads managed a few single fish. Brendan Regan undoubted-
in my necessity. O Star of the Sea, help me and show me herein that you ly landed the biggest surprise of the day in the form of a two and
are my Mother. O Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and a half pound gilthead bream, a species rarely found in Youghal
Earth. I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart to succour me harbour. It was the first for the bass club and indeed for Brendan.
in my necessity. There are none that can withstand your power. O show Well done to him.
me herein you are my Mother. Mary conceived without sin pray for us As the tide dropped away for the last hour, local angler Mark
who have recourse to Thee (three times). Thank you for your mercy Fleming put in a late surge landing two flounder in quick succes-
towards me and mine. sion to add to his earlier one. However it was not enough as
The persom must say this prayer on three consecutive days. After three Clinton had been catching regularly and ran out an easy winner
days request will be granted. This prayer must be published after the
favour is granted. M.L. & R.L. with six flounder. Jamie was second with four and Mark third with
NOVENA TO THE SACRED HEART Prizes on the day were once again superb and the club would like
Dear heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many favours. This time to thank the sponsors Broderick and Gallogley Tiling Contractors
I ask you this special on (Mention Favour). Take it dear Heart of Jesus for their continued support.
and place it within your own broken heart where your father sees it, then The next bass club competition will be held on the 21st September
in His merciful eyes it will become your favour, not mine. Amen.
Say this prayer for three days and favour will be granted. Never known on the slob bank, our annual open competition with all proceeds to
to fail. R.C. be donated to the R.N.L.I.. For enquiries please contact secretary
Thomas Maher on 087 7941533.
Rhincrew Cookery Classes
"A Taste of Italy"
This evening course took place on Friday Sept 5th and ran from 7pm - 11.30pm in Oonagh’s newly constructed commercial kitchen.

Head chef -: Leonardo, from sicily.

Leonardo demonstrated four Italian main dishes -: 1 Calamari Ripieni, (Stuffed Squid)
2 Pasta Col Broccoli, 3 Pasta Alla Puttanesca, 4 Polpette al Sugo. (Meatballs in Sauce)
And Oonagh demonstrated a "Tiramisu" desert.
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She has also worked for four years in Doyles Seafood restaurant in Dingle Co. Kerry.


Have you an hour to spare Monday, Wednesday or A meeting of the above was held in Inch Hall on the 4th of
Friday? Drivers needed to collect dinners in September 2008. This was the first meeting after the summer
Youghal and deliver to homes in the Gortroe area. break.
One of the main items on the agenda was communication received
Please contact Caroline: 087-7411139 from the NRA that the traffic calming works etc proposed for
Killeagh village had been postponed for the foreseeable future.
TENDERS Lack of funds being the reason cited. The NRA stated the situa-
tion would be reviewed at the earliest in 2009.
Gortroe Hall Committee invites tenders for the com- It was felt that Cork County Council would have to be contacted,
plete re-roofing and refurbishment of the community as a matter of urgency, regarding the water improvement works
which have been sanctioned for Killeagh village, but no start date
hall in Gortroe, Youghal, Co. Cork. Applicants are being given. This necessary upgrade cannot be postponed indef-
invited to previously visit premises. Closing date for initely and answers have to be sought from the Council as to when
receipt of tenders is October 3rd 2008 at 17.00hrs. these works can commence.
The provision of defibrillators in the Parish was again discussed.
Details in full available from Kieran Mariga, The meeting was told that a rep. from the Irish Red Cross would
Chairman of the Gortroe Hall Committee, attend the next meeting to discuss the costs associated with same
Coolaha, and the training of volunteers etc. The matter would then be taken
from there.
Youghal, Co. Cork The state of the local roads throughout our parish was then dis-
Tel: 087-2466788 cussed. The state of the High Road and the flooding occurring at
Cork Road Corner along with other problems were brought to the
attention of the meeting. The County Council will be lobbied on
all matters brought to the attention of the Community Council. If

any parishioner has any concerns about the state of their local road
please contact your Community Council rep.
Killeagh/Inch Community Council would like to thank all those
Next Issue: October 2nd who contributed to their recent Church gate collection taken up at
both Killeagh and Inch Churches which was very well supported.
www.youghalnews.ie The next meeting will be in Killeagh Hall on the 2nd October at
8.30 p.m.
Autumn Activities
Things to Do - Places to Go

Youghal Tennis Club

Youghal lawn Tennis Club is delighted to announce the recent
major development of the club with now boasts four sand synthet-
ic carpet courts The club offers something for all the family we
have a clubhouse with separate male/female changing areas flood
lighting for the four synthetic sand filled courts, Redbarn Youghal
We provide adult and junior coaching professional coaching.
Tennis camps, Regular Club nights, tournament nights and also a
number of social nights.
Beginners Classes for Art &
Membership of Youghal Tennis Club is Open to all and is at very
Ceramics starting in October
reasonable rates Contact Theresa: 087 6595303
Junior Membership is 50 Euro per Annum
Adult Membership is 150 Euro per Annum Arts & Crafts Shop Open Saturday & Sunday
Family Membership is 200 Euro per Annum 11am - 5pm
Please contact our membership officer Ita on 087 9340925 for
membership forms and further details.
Junior members aged 10 and over, continue to enjoy regular tour-
Youghal GAA Club
naments from 10.30 to 12.00 on Saturday mornings, These tourna- Magnier’s Hill, Youghal, Co. Cork
ments have attracted a good number of Junior players and a good
mixture of winners. 90 x 60
Winners of the tournament held on Saturday
1st Place Sarah Donoghue & Chloe Murphy
Indoor Sports Hall Available
2nd Place Anna O’Brien & John
3rd Place Ciara Connelly & Elizabeth Brennan
All Facilities
4th Place Eoife Mcarthy & Sophie Monaghan
Due to popular demand these tournaments will continue on
Saturday mornings. If any parents are available to help out please
inform any member of the committee.
Junior tennis coaching will commence again on Sunday 14th
September with Professional Coach Martin Cusack for a period of
six weeks. This coaching has been over subscribed and Martin will
run further coaching commencing in October / November.
Enquires on junior coaching to Ita on 087 9340925 or Linda on
087 6754337.

Adult Members Available for:

Indoor Hurling & Football
Every Thursday is club night at Youghal Tennis club. This is a
good opportunity to play tennis, meet new people, get some exer- Badminton, Bowls, Athletics, Indoor
cise and have good fun all at the same time. The club night is open Soccer and other indoor sports
to all levels, men and women, members and non members. Club
night starts at 7.30pm. Available on an hourly basis - reasonable rates

We will be running Adult Coaching again in on the 24th of To apply contact Tim Mason:
September for all levels, so if you are thinking of taking up Tennis 024 - 25838
or wish to return to playing tennis this is a good opportunity to get
back to the courts.
19.15 - 20.15 for Beginners/improvers YOUGHAL TENNIS CLUB
20.15 - 21.15 for improvers/advanced MAJOR DEVELOPMENT HAS TAKEN PLACE, NOW BOASTING:
Four sand synthetic carpet courts
For any inquiries contact Anne 086 1083485 or Caroline on 086 Clubhouse with separate male/female changing areas
Flood lighting for the four synthetic sand filled courts
1722047 Adult and junior coaching professional coaching
Tennis camps, Regular Club nights Tournament nights
and also a number of social nights.

YOUGHAL UNITED SOCCER CLUB Membership of Youghal Tennis Club is Open to all and is at very reasonable rates
Junior Membership 50 per Annum - Adult Membership 150 per Annum
Youghal Utd. Girls U-12s soccer team are now train- Family Membership is 200 per Annum
Please contact our membership officer Ita on 087 9340925 for further details.
ing at Ardrath Park on Tuesday and Thursday 6pm Club Night every Thursday 7.30pm - Open to all members and non-members
to 7pm. Coaching commences on Wednesday the 24th of September for a six week period
19.15 - 20.15 for Beginners/improvers - 20.15 - 21.15 for improvers/advanced
If you were born after Jan 1st 96/97/98 you can join For any inquiries contact Anne 086 1083485 or Caroline on 086 1722047
in the fun. Junior (10 and over) tournaments from 10.30 to 12.00 on Saturday mornings
Enquires on junior coaching to Ita on 087 9340925 or Linda on 087 6754337.
Autumn Activities Youghal Rugby Club
Things to Do - Places to Go
Ceoltas Ceolt ir Eireann CONTACTS
Youghal Comhaltas are back to classes for another year. Numbers
are up and classes are now being held five days a week. There MINI RUGBY
might still be some space if you missed enrolment. Other local
groups are also getting back in action, including The Red Cross
Training on Sunday Mornings at 11.15a.m.
who recently awarded certificates to a number of our teachers and Peter Coady 087 6491076
members who completed first aid courses.
The Youghal branch are preparing for the visit of two groups to U14 s - Ivan O Flynn 086 8145229
Brœ na S this Autumn. Members of our sister branch, Amergin the
Gael in Wales are visiting from the 24th to 27th October while a
touring group from England will visit a week later making it a U16 s - Michael Healy 086 2411344
busy Halloween for all involved. If you meet our visitors around
town, give them a big East Cork welcome and watch out for more
details. U18 s - Sean O Neill 087 0570202
The senior group, Ceolta S , will use the Autumn to prepare for
another exciting year in 2009 with travel arrangements already
U20 s - Chirsty McCarthy 087 1261455
We took a beak from competition last week, but we will be back Ladies Rugby - Aidan Daly 087 6334880
in action next weekend with the Chairman’s Prize, sponsored by
Martin Keohane. The competition begins on Saturday the 20th of Junior Rugby - Charlie O Neill 087 2219007
September, Tee off time 2:30 and continues on Sunday the 21st,
Tee off time 10:30 and 2:30. The prizes are:Overall Nett; Overall
Gross; Gents 1st Nett; 1st gross; 2nd Nett; Ladies 1st Nett; 1st CLUBHOUSE AVAILABLE FOR
gross; 2nd Nett; Hole in one Prize. FUNCTIONS
If you wish to contact Claycastle Pitch and Putt Club, our e-mail
Contact Padjo Terry on 087 2457042
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Grandparents Day, Sunday 28th September 2008

Friends of the Elderly begins search
GAZEBO ís for Ireland’s greatest grandparent
The search is on to find Ireland’s best grandparent. The Friends of
Inchiquin l Killeagh l Co. Cork the Elderly Group has already located our fittest grandparent (73-
tel 024 91373 l mobile 086 3206788
year old marathon runner Paddy Craddock) and our oldest
women’s mini-marathon participant (83-year-old Maureen
WISHING ALL GRANDPARENTS Now it is asking people to nominate Ireland’s greatest grandparent.
Nominations close on September 21st and the result will be
A HAPPY DAY announced on September 28th when Ireland’s second
Grandparent’s Day will be held.
For reservations call 024 - 91373 Friends of the Elderly spokesman Dermot Kirwan said he did not
Proprietors: Henry & Aisling Nicholson know what to expect from the nominations. "I suppose we are
looking for the most moving tribute. We want to know why they

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love their grandparents so much," he said.
He said events like this were important because Friends of the
Elderly was often contacted by older people who received no vis-
29 North Main Street, Youghal its from their relatives even though they lived nearby.
This was one of the reasons for adopting Grandparent’s Day from
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_______________________________ the UK last year, he said. Friends of the Elderly has called on all
community leaders to encourage their local councils to sponsor a
For Grandparents who have everything, Grandparent’s Day event. "There should be a Grandparent’s Day
send Them Flowers & Plants. event in every town and village in Ireland," Mr. Kirwan said.
Grandparent’s Day activities in Dublin include a 5km family fun
Balloons & Chocolates also available run in Phoenix Park, a St. Stephen’s Green Sunday Stroll and a
family quiz.
Friends of the Elderly is also looking for 2008’s fittest grandparent
and is asking sports organisations to contact it with details of their
oldest active members.
See www.friendsoftheelderly.ie for details of the events.
On August 9th Killeagh U11 team travelled to Blackrock to partic-
Grinds Available for Primary ipate in a blitz.This was run on a round robin basis with 3 other
School Children teams in the killeagh group. Killeagh played well and accounted
By a Fully Qualified Primary Teacher. for blackrock,Kilbree and Carrigtwohil. This qualified killeagh for
the cup semi-final. Here Killeagh had a mammoth struggle as they
East Cork / West Waterford area. played Eire og winners of the other group. With 2 minutes to go
Contact 086-0738093 after 3 p.m. Killeagh were a goal down when they struck the back of the net to
equalise and then with time ticking away they got a point to qual-
ify for the final.
QUALIFIED TILER AVAILABLE In the final Killeagh faced Blackrock as they had been runners up
Painter & Decorator in our group and were put straight into the final. This was a differ-
ent game to the first time we played them and our girls were tired
AUTOMATIC STEEL GATES having had a particularly tough semi-final with an extra game
played. But killeagh rallied the troops and eventually won on a
Contact Michael: 085 7688875 score line of 3goals 2 points to 1 goal.The Killeagh captain
Katherine Mulcahy was then presented with the cup and the girls
got a lovely set of medals.Panel;Katherine Mulcahy, Niamh
BROOKES SUPERVALU Farrell, Elana McSweeney, Hannah Looney Ciara Motherway,
Leah McEvoy, Donna Hennessy, Sinead Landers, Amy Benaim,
Katie O’Mahony, Gemma Hickey and Cleeva Motherway. Well
Has a vacancy for a done Girls .
On Wednesday 13th August Vera’s U13’s took on Sars. Killeagh
Full-Time Goods Inwards Person. had to win this to be in with a chance of qualifying for the semi-
final and Sars went in hot favourites.Being underdogs seemed to
Letter of Application with CV to: suit Killeagh and they came out fighting. They took their scores
Mr. Stephen O Sullivan, Brookes Supervalu, well
and had a good victory over Sars. The Killeagh panel were Elaine
143 North Main Street, Youghal, on or Terry,Niamh Farrell, Ann-Marie Geary,Ellen Benaim, Ciara Daly,
Zoe McEvoy, Leah McEvoy, Ciara Motherway, Hannah Looney,
before Friday 26th September 2008. Louise O’Neill, Ciara O’Connor , Orla Daly, Ashling Daly, Taylor
Kruschel, Katie Manning, Hope Lane and Ann Marie Geary.
On the following night our U11 team played St.Catherines. This is
F`S SAFEPASS COURSE a very young St. Catherines team but they were no match for the
older more experienced Killeagh team. The Killeagh panel
Saturday 20th September, Dungarvan were;Gaberielle Stephenov, Donna Hennessy, Ciara Motherway,
Saturday 27th September,Youghal Katherine Mulcahy, Leah McEvoy,Niamh Farrell, Amy Benaim,
Contact: Killian Mc Grath, Ballycurrane, Clashmore Kate Kelly/O’Mahony, Sinead Landers, Hannah Looney, Gemma
Tel: 087-6864726 / 024-96823 Hickey and Rachel Geary.
Info@southsafe.ie www.southsafe.ie On Monday the 25th our under 11 team played Dungourney. We
got off to a slow start but eventually killeagh got into gear and
notched up a good win over Dungourney.
Occupational First Aid Course Fetac Level 5 - 17th 19th Sept.
Two nights later the same team played Ballincurra, killeagh were
Manual Handling - Wednesday 24th September now at full strength and ran out easy winners.
Abrasive Wheels - Thursday 25th September We now have U10 parish leagues every Tuesday night at 4.15 and
Other services available: Safety Statements, U12 Training continues every Friday evening at 5.
Risk Assessments & Safety Consultancy Well Done to Mary O’ Connor and the Cork Senior Team who won
the All Ireland Camogie Final.

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Youghal United A.F.C. uniteds unter 11s went down to their second defet in the league
when st marys wer to strong for them in the end scoring four
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Youghal United 1 - 0 MSL Interprovincial Team. efforts from adam fitzgearld could have seen youghal taken the
This was the senior team’s final preparation game prior to the lead, st marys who were pressing forward as well were rewarded
league campaign starting this Friday 12th Sept where they play for it and they scored four goals which was a bit harsh on the
Glaseen at home kick off 19:45. As friendlys go this was going to youghal lads to win the game.
be a mammoth task for the lads with the MSL side boasting the UNDER 13 LEAGUE SUN SEP 14TH CORK
experience of no less than 4 x Rockmount , 4 x Douglas Hall , NEW FARM 3 YOUGHAL 3
Mayfield and Avondale players from the senior premier division united had to come back three times in this game to share the
managed by Rockmount’s Billy Cronin. The boys lined out in a 4, points in what turned out to be a thriler of a game and only for the
5, 1 formation and with the team regigged I think this was the best grat performance of dillen mason in the youghal goal new farm
first team performance in recent years. Youghal did not look like a cold have got all points,
second division team on the night but looked like a well organised it was the home side wh took a early lead in this game but united
senior premier division team. The passing and movement some- did not take long to get back on level terms when parric daly was
times one touch football was a joy to watch. It was end to end stuff on had to score for youghal, new farm thought they had gone back
and highly entertaining for those who braved the elements. in front but daly was on hand when he kicked off the line, but a
A couple of phases of play that stand out was on 35mins Shane few minutes later they did go ahead agin but just before half time
Ryan winning a free inside the D and Paul Moylan stepping up to united were back on level terms again when jake power scored the
hit a superb free only for the keeper to tap it over the bar. Just first of his two goals,
before the break some good passing play between Sean Kenneally it was new farm who started the better in the second half and had
and Darren Hennessy across midfield found Brendan o’ Sullivan some good chanches but youghal keeper on on top form but
out on the left wing, Brendan put the head down and took on the chould do nothing when the home side took the lead for the third
full back cutting inside and unleashed a fierce shot on target unfor- time and looked like they had the game won but once again
tunately it took a deflection on route and hammered back off the youghal dug deep and jake power was their hero when he got
upright. youghal third goal which game them a share of the points in a
The second half was as entertaining as the first with end to end game that all the youghal players can be proud of their perform-
attacking play from both sides. Youghal’s defence worked well ances,
under pressure and communication was good between the back COACHING a number of the managers and team helpers will be
four and new keeper David Kearns who’s experience as an outfield attending a coaching course in cork over next weekend this is run
player helped a lot and gave everyone more confidence. The mid- by the FAI and it is the kick start level and hopefull some of them
field unit worked tiredlessly with Brendan and Shane running the will go on to the other levels
wings and Sean, Darren and Paul breaking up and setting up play WEBSITE youghalunited.com now on line so for the club news
both in attack and defence. Up front Mossie did the job of two men fixtures and results go on line now and check it out and tell your
where he sometimes had to make what looked like meaningless friends abroad
runs to close down the defence. On 73 mins a delicate free kick BEAMUSH STOUT MUNSTER SENIOR LEAGUE DIV.2
by Paul Moylan from midfield found Mossie Clohesy at the edge YOUGHAL UNITED 1 GLASHEEN 1
of the box and out of nowhere fired a bicycle kicked into the top United started off their league campane with a disappointing
right hand corner of the goal, this took everyone by surprise with result as they had to settle for a share of the points in a game
the technique and action first class. Towards the end Paul Moylan where they had plenty of chanches to win, in a first half it was
again put Mossie through who broke the offside trap only for his united who were the better team and chanches from mossie
touch to let him down. clohsey and shane ryan could have seen united taken the lead, just
So the lads go into their first league match on the back of a good before the break paul moylan looked to be through on goal but he
performance and result against a very good team. The effort and was taken out of the game by a glasheen player who only got a
energy shown by everyone involved was a credit to them - all the yellow card for the tackle, the opening goal of the game came two
best from the club for the coming season!! minutes into the second half and surprisenly it went to glasheen
Team: D.Kearns, G.Kelly, P.O’Driscoll, M.Sczepankewiez, who caught united cold, united did bounce back and sean keanel-
A.Kelly, S.Ryan, P.Moylan, B.O’Sullivan, S.Kenneally, ly had them level 7 minutes later, united had a very good spell for
D.Hennessy, M.Clohesy. Subs used: P.Durkin, P.Hennessy, ten minutes after the goal with further chanches fallen their way
J.Brennen. Injured:M.J.Hennessy. Ref: Eddie McNally. but failing to take them, the game finished level and it will be
JUNIIORS glasheen who will be the happier of the two teams.
PARK SUN. SEP 14TH The clubs all-weather pitch is available for hire at 25 per hour for
YOUGHAL UNITED 1. BROOKLODGE 4. five a side pitch or 50 for a full pitch. The man to contact is
there were less than 3 minutes gone in this game and united found Jamie on 086-3461540.
themselves two goals down in what turned out to be a first half
they never got going in, after that shock start united composed
themselves and began to get into the game but brooklodge just
seemed more awake and scored two more goals before the break,
the second half saw a better team performance and united did have
a good few chanches in front of goal but failed to take them, been
four goals up brooklodge went of the boil in the second half and it
was andrew hennessy who di eventuallly get one back for united
but much too late in the game, united are missing key players at
the moment and hopefully they can get them back soon, united are
in action in the q/f of the league cup on next friday night at ard rath
park when they play carrigaline
ST MARY 4 YOUGHAL UNITED 0 First Day of School at Park National School
YOUGHAL G.A.A. at Club Aras were very good. Youghal played with a strong wind in
the first half and took full advantage scoring 6-1 without reply. With
PREMIER INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL LEAGUE the wind at their backs in the second half Olivers made a strong
YOUGHAL 2-9 v AGHABULLOGUE 0-6 recovery scoring 4-2. The Youghal Boys to their credit kept plugging
A very good and honest display from the intermediate footballers away and scored 2-1 against the wind. Great heart and determination
after what was a disappointing year. Youghal got stuck in straight from some of our youngest competitors and thanks again to all those
from the off in testing underfoot conditions at Pairc Nua and led by involved and their loyal band of supporters and parents. Team: Jake
0-5 to 0-3 at the break. Youghal upped the anti on the restart and with Cooper, Evan Kennedy, Padraig Quilligan, Connor Cremin, Tieman
well worked scores early in the second half and a goal from Vincie Mc Carthy, Colm Breslan, Ruaidhri McSweeney, Jake O’Brien, Liam
Murray the game was beyond the visitors going into the last quarter Ansbro Moylan, Peter Kirk, Ruairi McMahon, Ben Dalton, Aaron
but to their credit Aghabullogue threatened on several occasions but O’Regan, Chtistian Persaud, Ethan Cliffe.
couldn’t break through a very solid and experienced back line. The JUMPING JACKS U8 HURLING BLITZ
decisive score came from the impressive Daniel Savage who playing Youghal Travelled to Tallow for the annual Jumping Jacks hurling
from the halfback line scored I-Ion the night. It was a lively perform- blitz. Four teams competed, Cois Brid, Lismore, Ballyduff and our-
ance from the lads and gives optimism that next year might see the selves. A great mornings hurling was had by all and great credit must
revival of football in the club after a couple of years of decline. go to the organisers for the way it was run.
Team: P. Mackey, A. Fox, P. Monaghan, P. O’Mahony, D. Savage 1- YOUGHAL 2.1 V LlSMORE 1-0
1, B. Coleman 0-1, K. Walsh, D. Ring, B. Ring 0-1, S. Supple, N. The Y oughal boys were detennined to make their mark on this tour-
Farrelly, N. Roche 0-2, A. Foley, B. Ring 0-3, V. Murray 1-1. nament early on and got off to a flier beating Lismore in the opener.
CARRIGTOHILL 3-4 V Youghal 3-9 With a win from the first game behind them the momentum was
A good start to the championship campaign by Youghal who started building along with the confidence and they kept the pressure on to
brightly and went into a six point lead but to let Carrig back into it secure a second victory and a place in the final against Ballyduff who
and leave the outcome in doubt until late on. An exciting game with had also progressed unbeaten.
lots of goals kept the supporters interested and the Youghal following YOUGHAL 2-0 V BALLYDUFF 1-3
went home happy enough with the display but knowing we need to With both teams within touching distance of the trophy this game
up the anti for the next outing. A superb display of score taking from was never going to be for the faint hearted. Scores were hard to come
Shane Flynn saw him get 3-2 of Youghals tally and more work like by with neither side giving up territory or possession too easily. The
this with James O’Mahony and the returning Ger Cotter along side game was always in the balance with neither side able to get on top
there might be some exciting times ahead for a promising minor and in the end a draw was a fair result.
team. With both Youghal and Ballyduff fInishing with two wins and a draw
Team: M. Thuroe, A. Mason, A. Kenny, D. Quinn, M. Cronin 0-1, C. their was an anxious waight while officials calculated the goal differ-
O’Mahony, P. Quill, B. Quill, J. Quill, O. Murphy 0-3, D. Mulcahy 0- ence. Ballyduff were declared champions after a recount by just 2
1, C. O’Sullivan, J. O’Mahony 0-1, E. Flavin 0-1, S. Flynn 3-2. Subs:
points. Full credit to the Youghal boys on what was their best perfon-
S. Herlihy, S. Spillane, P.O’Sullivan, D. Power, J. Drake, G. Cotter, V.
nance to date. This side is clearly improving with every outing and
Cahill, T. Brennan.
hopefully will get that midden tournament victory in the near future.
The Senior Club still have a few fixtures upcoming and it is vital that
Team: Tieman McCarthy (Captain ), Connor Cremin, Ben Dalton,
players make themselves available for their respective teams. It is
Adam Born, Roairi McMahon, Christian Persaud, Aaron O’Regan,
over the next few weeks that the groundwork can be done for next
Year. It was a disappointing Year on the field but hopefully the Minor Ruairi McSweeney, Jack McGrath, Jake Cooper, Peter Kirk, Jake
Footballers can produce a good run in the Championship and with the O’Brien, Liam Ansbro Moylan, Colm Breslin, Kyle Brown.
extension to the floodlighting at Club Aras imminent and a lot of Coaching for the younger members of the Club takes place on
work being done to improve facilities, and the Juvenile Club compet- Saturday mornings in Club Aras.
ing successfully at all grades the future looks good for the next few U7 an U8 training is from lOam to llam and U9 from llam to 12pm.
Years. All kidz in these age brackets are welcome the only stipulation we
As and from this week the Club have a newly formed fundraising and would have is that kidz must be 5 years of age or attending school.
social committee. Set up by the Juvenile Club in conjunction with Hurleys and Helmets are supplied so there is no excuse not to come
officers from the Senior Club it is hoped that this group will bring the along and have a go. Both Girls and Boys are invited and great fun is
social scene to the fore which is lacking within the Club. The first had each and every Saturday morning with lots of parents staying to
undertaking for this committee is the organising of Car Boot Sales on cheer on their charges.
a regular basis for our grounds at Club Aras. It is hoped to have this U12’S ARE GOING TO CROKE PARK.
up and running before Christmas with some work already underway. The U12 hurlers have been invited to take part in an inter county
The Club have enrolled a company from Cork called DiscoTech to tournament in Croke Park on October 4th. They will be among 16
look at the possibility of running Disco’s in the Club for our younger teams competing in 12 minute games. The lads will have 4 games as
members in the 13 to 16 age bracket. DiscoTech have a very good well as an hour long stadium tour. The Club did not have to be asked
reputation with links to 96FM and a date of 24th October has been twice and preperations are already well underway for the event. It is
pencilled in for the first one. This will run from 8 to 11 so as not to hoped that the parents of those involved will travel with us on the day
have too much of an impact on our neighbours and tickets will be on as to cheer on your Sons in Croke Park is a dream come true for many
sale in the next few days from an outlet in Town as well as from the parents aswell as for a Young fella picking up a hurley. For many
Club itself. The show will be High Tec with a strobe lighting and young guys this is a chance of a life time to play in front of a large
laser light display, dry ice machine etc. The Club have undertaken to crowd in Croke Park. The Electronic scoreboard will be in operation
do this so as to satisfy a demand from the younger members of our on the Day with the lads names etc. being displayed as well as live
Club and beyond who have inundated us with requests to use the hall screening of the games.
for Discos etc. as well as raising vital funds for the running of the The Club will be running at least one bus to the event. Our arrival
Juvenile Club. The event will be open to all 13 to 16 year olds not time is 12:30pm and a light lunch will be made available to the play-
just club members and if the night is successful we hope to run anoth- ers. Final details will be made available over the coming few days as
er before the end of the Year and again next Year. we get more details. The Table Quiz being held on the 10th of
A Table Quiz is provisionaly booked in for October l0th in Club Aras October is hoped to pay most of the expenses for the Day be it after
at 9pm. Advertisements for this will be appearing over the next few the actual event. The Players in Question will be travelling free of
days with all relevant information. charge and it is hoped that any charge outside of this will be mini-
JUVENILE CLUB U8 HURLING mum charge and it is hoped that any charge outside of this will be
YOUGHAL 8-2 v ST OLIVERS 4-2 minimum.
Youghal played host to St. Olivers on Thursday night for an U8
Hurling match. Considering all the heavy rain the ground conditions
at Club Aras were very good. Youghal played with a strong wind in
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’From a very young age I began to realise that I had this gift, I was
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