Monthly Archives: December 2014

Dungourney GAA held their Annual Long Puck on St. Stephen’s Day. Considering the weather there was a good turnout of young and mature “caman” wielders. Over a course from the Village up the Tallow road across Lover’s Lane and down the Clonmult road to the finish line at Tallow Cross, this got the Turkey out of man and boy.

Best on the day on 51 shots were, Dave Hennessy, Brendan Rohan and Timmy OSullivan.

Three teams tied for 2nd.

Ryan Denny, Aidan Flynn, Dylan Healy and Diarmuid OSullivan.

Bill Ahern, Conor Casey and Niall Flynn

Martin Denny, Kieran Geaney and Niall Motherway.

3rd:  Eoin Flynn, Daniel McGrath and Steve Motherway.

This brings the curtain down on the 2014 season roll on 2015.

Clonmult/Dungourney Church News

Masses during the week: No mass Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday.

Mass Thursday (New Year’s Day) at 11-00am is in Clonmult

Mass on Friday at 10-00am and 7-00pm.

Mass on Saturday at 10-00am and 8-00pm.

Ina Griffin RIP  Month’s Mind Mass  this Sunday 4th January  in Clonmult at 11-00am.

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: There will be no Adoration this Thursday night.

Holy Communion will be brought to the sick next Friday morning.

Church Offerings are now being taken up. If you haven’t yet handed in your envelope, please drop in to the Priest’s house or bring to the Church.

Anniversaries: Anne Lehane (Dunisky), Maeve O’Shea. May they rest in peace.

Clonmult Church:  Cleaners for January, Karen Buckner, Helen Hennessy,

Margaret Hennessy.

Dungourney Church: Collectors for January, Denis Buckner and John Hayes.

Blood Donor Clinic is being held in Garryvoe Hotel on Sunday 4th January at 12-00pm

to 3-30pm. They would welcome new and existing members.

Clonmult Dungourney Charity Ride will take place on 1st January in Clonmult at 12-00pm.

Proceeds in aid of Midleton Hospital and Marymount Hospital

Clonmult / Dungourney Parish News

Masses during the week:  Monday and Tuesday at 10am. Thursday is Christmas Day, Christmas vigil mass at 9pm on Wednesday. Masses on Christmas day in Dungourney at 9:30am  and Clonmult at 11am. Mass on Friday (St. Stephen’s day ) at 11am in Clonmult.

Note:  There will be no adoration on next Thursday night in Dungourney church

Penitential Service:  There will be a Penitential service in Dungourney Church on this Sunday 21st December at 8pm. There will be several priests available for the sacrament of confession, so it would be a good time to come for the sacrament.

Confessions also on Wednesday (Christmas Eve) between 11am and 11:30am in Clonmult  Church and 12 noon to 12:30pm in Dungourney Church. Confessions will also be heard after the 8pm mass on this Saturday night.

Last weekend’s collection:  realised €270.46. Thank you.

We welcome the First Holy Communion children and their families to the 11am mass in Clonmult on this Sunday. They will play an active role in the liturgy of the mass.

Anniversaries:  Mary Casey, Eileen Butler, Liam Kelleher. May they rest in peace.

Ministers of the Eucharist:  A new list for the ministers of the Eucharist who minister at the 8pm mass is now available and can be collected in the Sacristy.

There are copies of ‘The Meaning of Marriage’; A pastoral statement from the Irish bishops conference on the meaning of Christian marriage on the table of the church porch. Please take a copy for your home. It’s well worth a read.

There are also copies of the Newsletter from the Cloyne Diocesan Safeguarding Children’s Committee, on the table of the Church porch. You are also welcome to take a copy.

Our Annual Christmas Collection  for the homeless in Cork will take place at the Christmas Eve mass in Dungourney. Non perishable foods, sleeping bags or blankets would be greatly appreciated. Whatever is donated will be brought to Simon in Cork after the Christmas Eve mass.

Dungourney GAA Lotto results 15th Dec 2014:  Lucky numbers drawn were 12,16,18. Jackpot winner Dan Ahern.

1st:                                  Ted O’Donovan & Willie Savage

2nd:                                Mrs. Daunt & Joe Browne.

3rd:                                 Frank Keating & Mary Blackmore.

Best of last 5:                Maureen Doocey & Kitty Meade

Last Game;                    Mary O’Riordan & Pearl Moore.

Consolation Prize:    Tom & James Fitzgerald,

”                          Anne Foley & John Hennessy,

”                          Sadie Hegarty & Padraig Garvey

”                          Peggy Barry & Nora Fitzgerald

”                          Anne & Anne Cotter,

”                          Barbara Hennessy & Mary Ahern.

1st:                                 Billy & Marie Mangan.

2nd:                               Ted O’Donovan & Willie Savage.

2nd:                                Nora Fitzgerald & Peggy Barry.

Best of last five:          Joe Morrisson & Mgt Sheehan.

Last Game:                   John Kelleher & Mary Meade.

An Cuman LúthChleas Gael Dun Guairne

Dungourney GAA held its AGM on Friday 5th December at Clonmult Old School. There was a turnout of over sixty members. Secretary John Kenneally gave a comprehensive report on the past season’s activities. The Junior A Hurling team were under new management for the 2014 season and their league form continued well. We topped our group and qualified for the playoff stages, Lisgoold were our opponents in the semi-final who we defeated to progress to Avondhu/Imokilly league final with Newtownshandrum. We won the final on a score line of 1-17 to 1-15.

In the Junior A Championship first round we defeated Lisgoold at Carrigtwohill, Carrig na BhFear were our opponents in the quarter final. This game ended in a draw, for the replay we were missing Jack Griffin and Kevin Rohan through injury. We lost by a single point and our championship was over for another year.

The Junior B Team had a weak league campaign resulting in relegation to division 3 of the hurling league for 2015. In the Championship we lost the first round to Carrig na BhFear and our second chance to Ballinacurra.

In Under 21 Hurling we were in the A grade section again this year. Our opening match was with a fancied Midleton side at Castlemartyr. We struggled in the opening thirty minutes but following the break we dominated the second period to run out worthy winners. In the semi-final we played Castlelyons, though hampered by injuries we lost out on a score line of 2-20 to 1-14. Our future looks bright.

Junior A Football League we played eight games, winning four, one draw and three losses. In the first round of Championship we lost to Carrigtwohill, however we regrouped to defeat Lisgoold, Glenville and Midleton to reach the semi-final. Carrig were our opponents once more but the result was the same. Overall this was a good year for our footballers reaching our first ever A Football Semi-Final.

Under 21 Football we lost our first round to Carrig na bhFear and our second chance to Carrigtwohill. Most of this team will be available again next year.

The club would like to thank our title sponsors, East Cork Crane Hire and Rigney Bros for their continued support, also John Hurley’s Super Value and Irish Distillers. As a result of our win in the Avondhu/Imokilly League we are one of six clubs to benefit from a draw for two cars and twenty eight prizes of E250. The club members are  selling tickets for this at present.

Club Development Plan: At last year’s AGM it was decided to draw up a development plan for the club over the next five years. Following a number of meetings and a work shop this plan was launched at the East Cork Golf Club in October, exciting times ahead.

Scorn na bpaiste held their qualifying rounds recently in Dungourney National School, the winners now go on to the finals in Lisgoold.

Scor Sinsear participation in this competition over the years has been disappointing; if anybody has ideas or wants to get involved in this aspect of the Club they are more than welcome.

Kiltha Og.Our juvenile club is amalgamated with our neighbours Castlemartyr and they play under the Kiltha Og banner. They continue to be successful catering for teams in both hurling and football, from U-8’s to Minor.

Congratulations to Castlemartyr on their successes during the 2014 season, good luck at Intermediate Hurling in 2015.

Deceased Members. The Club would like to express its deepest condolences to all within the club who lost loved ones in 2014. May they rest in peace.

Officers of the Executive Committee for 2015

Chairman: Christy Fitzpatrick

Secretary: John Kenneally, Assistant Secretary: Ber Motherway.

Treasurer: Lily Hegarty, Assistant Treasurer: Chris O’Sullivan.

P.R.O.: Tim O’Sullivan.

Registar: Denis Buckner.

Lotto Officer: Bob Condon, Breda Condon.

Player Injury Scheme Officer: Mark Hegarty.

A.S.A.P.: Michael Hickey.

Irish and Cultural: James Leahy.

Children’s Officer: James Leahy.

Committee Nomination’s: Jim O’Callaghan, Paul Kelleher, Martin Leahy, Alan Kelleher, Brendan Hegarty, Martin Wall, Aidan Flynn, Michael Griffin, Liam Flynn, Brian Rodgers, Mary Rohan, Paddy Cullinane, Dave Smiddy, Colm Griffin.

Delegate to East Cork Board: Donal Ahern.

Delegates to County Board: Denis Buckner, Maurice Ahern.

Team Manager’s for 2015

Junior A Hurling: Brian Ronayne

Junior B Hurling: Karl Kiely/Eric Kenneally

Junior A Football: Christy Fitzpatrick

U21 A Hurling: Will Daly

U21 B Football: Mark Hegarty

Social Dancing: Clonmult Old School this Sunday 14th. December  8-10pm.

Liam OSullivan on music.

Masses during the week: Monday to Friday at 9-30am.

There will be adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in Dungourney Church on Thursday between 8-00 and 9-00pm.

A penitential service will take place in Dungourney Church on Sunday 21st December beginning at 8-00pm. Several priests will be in attendance.

Anniversaries: Sean Murphy and Stephen Twomey Donickmore. May they rest in peace.

A meeting of the Clonmult/Dungourney Liturgy group will take place on this Monday 15th December at 8-00pm in the priests house Dungourney.

Our Annual Active Retired Christmas Party will take place in Clonmult Old School this Sunday 14th December at 6-00pm. All are welcome for more information contact Ann Marie on 087 6638560.

Clonmult/Dungourney Point2Point are holding their annual races on this Sunday 14th December at Boulta Ballynoe. First race at 11-30am. Your support would be very welcome.

Lotto Results for 8th December: Lucky nos. 3,12,21; Jackpot won by Siobhan Casey.

1st.                       Mick Barry & Marie Leahy.

2nd.                     Ted O’Donovan & Willie Savage.

3rd                       Mick Woulfe & Kitty Meade

Best of last 5:   Mary & Katie

Last Game:       John Kelleher & Mary Meade.

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