Monthly Archives: June 2018

Irish Examiner, 29. 06. 1871.

TO BE DRAWN FOR.

At a BAZAAR to be held in CASTLEMARTYR in AUGUST 1871, to defray the Debt incurred on DUNGOURNEY CHURCH:-
A COW,
A TWO YEAR OLD HEIFER,
A LAMB,
A SHEEP,
A THREE POUND NOTE,
AN IRON GATE,
A CASE OF CHAMPAGNE,
A FIRKIN OF BEST BUTTER,
A GOLD PENCIL CASE,
A GRAND MISSAL,
AN EXCELLENT DOUBLE BARREL GUN.
WITH NUMEROUS OTHER PRIZES.

Irish Examiner, 27. 06. 1864.

DUNGOURNEY

WANTED A TEACHER FOR THE NATIONAL SCHOOL OF DUNGOURNEY. He must be at least a Second Class Teacher, of respectable manners and address, and one that can be well recommended both for moral and religious character, and for skill in governing a School and communicating instructions.-Apply to REV. THOMAS WALSH, CASTLEMARTYR.

P. S. If to the above qualifications a knowledge of IRISH can be added it would be better.

Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter.

Masses During the Week: Mass Monday 8.00 pm. St. Lawrence’s Cemetery Clonmult. Masses on Tuesday and Wednesday at 9.30. No Mass on Thursday. Mass on Friday at 9.30 am.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church on Thursday at 8.00 pm.

Last Weekend’s Collection: Door €299.15. World Meeting of Families €325.52. Thank you.

The Faithful Departed: Deaths, Nora Leahy Lane. Anniversaries, Ted, Ina and Ann Harnedy, Lena Kelleher and Paddy Doocey. May they rest in peace.

Lourdes Invalid Fund Coffee Evening: A Coffee Evening in aid of Lourdes Invalid Fund will be held at the home of Donal & Ann Ahern, Dungourney on Friday, 29th June at 8.00 pm. All are welcome.

Blood Donor Clinic in Midleton Park Hotel on Wednesday, 27th June from 5.00 pm. to 8.30 pm. and Thursday, 28th June from 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm. and 7.00 pm. to 9.00 pm.

G.A.A. Lotto. No’s Drawn, 2. 10. 23.
One Winner, Liam Ahern.
Next Week’s Jackpot €300.00.

I.H.L. Dungourney v Carrigaline.
Venue: Dungourney, Saturday 30th June @ 7.00 pm.

Progressive45 Results.
1st. Kay & Willie Sheehan.
2nd. Dettie Hogan & Cris O’Sullivan.
3rd. Pearl Moore & Mary O’Riordan.
Best Last5. Eugene Kent & Marg Murphy.
Last Game. John Kelleher & Mary O’Reilly.

SPECIAL OLYMPICS.

A great time was had by all involved in the All-Ireland Special Olympics Games competitions held in Dublin last weekend. Qualifying events were held on Friday, our athletes, Orla Bane, Nicola Moran and D.J. Dunleavy all qualified for the Divisional Finals on Saturday/Sunday.

Orla won a Gold and a Silver in the Uneven Bars and Beams respectively.

Nicola got two Gold in Gymnastics.

D.J. won a Gold in the 50m Run and a Bronze medal in the Ball Throw.

All enjoyed the experience and will cherish the memories.
Hopefully some of them may be lucky enough to qualify for the World Games in Dubai next March.
On behalf of the parents, thank you to all the Coaches and Volunteers who helped these young athletes on their sporting careers.

Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter.

Masses during the week: Monday to Friday at 9.30 am.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church on Thursday at 8.00 pm.

Last Weekend’s Collection: Door, €208.50. Thank you.

The Annual Collection for Retired Priests of the Dioceses will be taken up next weekend.

Cemetery masses: The annual cemetery Mass in Clonmult’s St. Lawrence’s Cemetery will be held on Monday, 25th June at 8.00 pm. Mass in Mogeely Old Cemetery on Monday, 18th June at 8.00 pm. All are welcome.

Months Mind Mass for Joan Mellerick on next Saturday, 23rd June at 8.00 pm Mass in Dungourney.

The Faithful Departed: Deaths, Fr. Donal O’Callaghan and Mary O’Dowd (Ballynona North / Rathcormac). Anniversaries, Nelly Kelleher and Kitty Rohan. May the rest in peace.

Progressive 45 Card Results.
1st. Dettie Hogan / Cris O’Sullivan.
2nd. Elanor/John Herlihy.
3rd. John Kelleher / Mary O’Reilly.
Best Last 5. Sheila / Geraldine.
Last Game. Cal / Mary Meade.
Cards every Wednesday Clonmult Old School at 8.00 pm.

JHL Div. 2. Dungourney 2-10 Carrig na bhFear 4-19.
Dungourney 2-14 Fr. O’Neill’s 1-19.

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Yesterday Thursday 14th of June was a great day for West Waterford and East Cork in the fight to prevent Innogy from destroying the area for the profit of a few. The councillors of Waterford voted 28 to 1 in favour of the proposed motion to change the area around Tallow and Lismore from a preferred area for wind development to a no go area.
Dungarvan and Lismore councillors John Pratt, Declan Doocey, James Tobin, Pat Nugent, Siobhan Whelan, Tom Cronin and Seamus O Donnell proposed, seconded and all spoke in support of the motion to amend the county development plan. The motion that proposed changing the area around Tallow and Lismore from a preferred area for wind development to a no go area is simply reflecting the fact that the rationale for the for the preferred areas for wind farm development in the county has never been made clear and currently does not align with the Landscape and amenity policies of the current development plan. This is not some massive drastic change to the plan but a simple tweak to protect an area that is for many reasons particularly sensitive to large scale industrial developments.
Though it is only a minor change to the plan it is an important one and that fact was clearly demonstrated by the managing director of Innogh Ireland emailing all of the Councillors on Wednesday and advising them not to vote in favour of the motion. Most of the letter was just the utter rubbish that Innogy presented to the community on 31st of May on their “lack of information Day”, the last two paragraphs however are very revealing. I have copied and pasted them to share with you all…..
POTENTIAL TO DAMAGE INVESTOR CONFIDENCE IN CO. WATERFORD Any attempt to vary the current Waterford County Development Plan to reclassify these areas as “No-Go Areas” for wind energy development in order to block a specific project, sets a very dangerous precedent for County Waterford. To do so would give a very clear signal that County Waterford is not open for investment, not just renewable energy projects. In fact, to do so specifically with the proposed Lyre wind farm in mind, would be a blatant attempt to undermine the planning process, and the process that was undertaken to prepare the current County Development Plan.
Such a proposed variation to the County Development Plan, deliberately intended to block a specific project, would set a very dangerous precedent for the County. To do so would be a blatant attempt to undermine the planning process and process used to create the county development plan. The same tactic could be used to block any future project that also promised to bring investment and employment to County Waterford. Or indeed, any business, agriculture or residential development that a local resident might wish to pursue in the future.
Cathal Hennessy – Managing Director (Ireland)
Innogy Renewables Ireland Limited
Unit 5 Desart House, Lower New Street, Kilkenny City
M: +353 (0)87 9980443
E: cathal.hennessy@innogy.com
W: www.innogy.com
The last two paragraphs drip with desperation and are a clear attempt to bully our councillors, councillors who were carrying their duty and representing the local community.
The fact the Mr Hennessy has tried to misrepresent the proposed variartion is disgusting and once again demonstrates the complete lack of integrity that Innogy, Highfield energy and Coillte have acted with since the community exposed Innogy’s plans for a massive industrial wind wind farm of 25 turbines of up to 150m in height, turbines that would directly impact in the most negative of ways over 270 homes.
Please share this post far and wide and support the residents of West Waterford and East Cork in their fight to save their homes, community and the environment.
We will be holding information evenings in Tallow, Conna and Inch in the coming weeks. Dates will be posted soon.

Special Olympics Ireland.

Best wishes from the community to local athletes, D.J. Dunleavey, Orla Baines and Nicola Moran representing Team Munster in the All Ireland Special Olympics Games in Dublin this weekend. There was a spectacular opening ceremony in the Tallaght Stadium on Thursday for the 1600 athletes, 600 coaches, and 2500 volunteers. The opening ceremony was performed by our President Michael D. Higgins.

D. J. has qualified for the 50 Metre Run and Soft Ball Throw on Saturday.

Orla & Nicola compete in the Gymnastics Finals on Saturday.

The closing ceremony takes place on Sunday. Congratulations and best wishes to all involved.

Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter.

Masses during the Week: Monday to Friday 9.30 am.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church on Thursday at 8.00 pm.

Last Weekend’s Collection: Door €222.40. Diocesan €153.55. Thank you.

World Meeting of Families: The fourth collection to defray the costs of the World Meeting of Families in August will be taken up next weekend, 16th/ 17th June. You are asked to please be generous towards this collection,

Cemetery Mass in Clonmult: The annual cemetery Mass in Clonmult cemetery, beside the Church will be held on Monday, 25th June at 8.00 pm. All are welcome.

The Faithful Departed: Deaths, Anna May Mackey, Donickmore and Bridie O’Callaghan, Ballynona North. Anniversaries: Amelia Connery, Garryduff. May they rest in peace.

Irish Blood Transfusion Service are holding a blood donor clinic in Garryvoe Hotel on Sunday, 10th June from 12 noon until 3.30 pm.. All are welcome.

GAA Lotto. No’s Drawn 3. 8. 19.
No Winner. Lucky Dip.
€35 Katelyn Crowley.
€25 Davey Leahy.
€15 Pat Fitzgerald.
Next Week’s Jackpot €450.00.

Sciath na Scoil Final.
St. Peter’s Dungourney 1-4 Berrings 0-3.

JHL Div2. Dungourney v Carrig na bhFear.
Monday 11th June in Dungourney, 7.45 pm.

Progressive 45 Card Results.
1st. Hanna Beausang / Dyna O’Donovan.
Nora Beecher / Eugene Kent.
Dave Dineen / Ted O’Donovan.
Best Last5. Jess Swayne / Ann O’Driscoll.
Last Game. Kit / Mary.
Cards every Wednesday 8.00 pm. Clonmult Old School.
All card players welcome.

Sciath na Scol Roinn H4 Final.

Dungourney 1-4 Berrings 0-3.

Dungourney and Berrings contested the Sciath na Scoil H4 Final at a sun drenched Pairc Ui Chaoimh on Wednesday 6th June.
Berrings were first on the scoreboard, but this was to be the only time they would lead. Dungourney took a little time to settle, but once Niall Hennessy found the net the quality of their hurling began to show. This was a goal his Grandfather would have been proud of, no mean defender in his day. The first half came to a close with a well taken point by Niall Howard. Half –time Dungourney 1-1 Berrings 0-1.

The second half got underway with two white flags from dead balls for Berrings. Dungourney once again upped the pressure and points from Brian Flynn and Sean Geaney kept the scoreboard ticking over. A little wayward shooting from the boys in Green & Gold were beginning to worry St Peters followers, but a fine point from Cillian O’Callaghan made it a two score lead. Berrings did get through a defence that had stood solid for thirty eight minutes for a shot on goal. A brilliant save by Eamonn Barry denying Berrings the green flag they craved. “BARRS” the daddy will never forget his first day in the new Pairc. Final score Dungourney 1-4 Berrings 0-3.

This victory was very much a team effort with each player displaying their skills, hooking, blocking, and high fielding, a joy to watch. The future looks bright.

Overall, Goalie Eamonn, “Breeding always more important than Feeding”.
Shane, Oran and Sean no Green Flag raised, that tells its own story, although the Green of “Luimneach” was bobbing up and down in the Stand.
Sean, Kelvin and Charlie, you held your lines well, even getting forward to raise a white, that’s what halfbacks do in the modern game.
Cillian and Brian, you raised the white flags when the need was greatest.
Richie, Niall, Sean, and Niall you never allowed you opponents to set up any meaningful attacks and when chance came your way you made no mistakes.

Every team needs a good bench thanks to, Casey, Jack, Lewis, Barry, Vincent, Cian, Matt, Colm, Michael, Devin, Adam and Liam.

Well done to all involved with this group of young players, School Coaches, Club Coaches. They are a credit to you all.

P.S. Lifting the Sliothar with only one hand on the Hurley was a serious misdemeanour during Donal O’Grady’s Inter County Management.

Clonmult/Dungourney Newsletter.

Masses during the week: Mass on Monday at 10.00 am. Masses on Tuesday to Friday at 9.30 am.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church on Thursday at 8.00 pm.

Corpus Christi Procession: The annual Corpus Christi procession will take in Mogeely on this Sunday, 3rd June. Gathering at the Church at 2.00 pm., processing up the village, then back again to the church for final prayers and Benediction. All are welcome.

Last Weekend’s Collection: €522.30. Thank you.

The Faithful Departed: Deaths, Hanna Browne (Watergrasshill). May she rest in peace.

Clonmult Church: Cleaners for June, Siobhan O’Keeffe & Angela Robinson.

Dungourney Church: Collectors for June, Liam Rohan & David Hennessy.

Sciath na Scoil: Good Luck to St. Peters National Dungourney, who play Berrings in the Sciath na Scoil final at Pairc ui Chaoimh on Wednesday 6th June at 11.30 am. All support greatly appreciated.

I H L Dungourney 1-21 Valley Rovers 2-18.