Local News 18.10.12

Plans for Villages underway Village Design Statements Consultants undertook a walkabout of Coachford, Aghabullogue and Rylane villages last weekend and gathered a lot of facts about each place in advance of the Public workshops. These are due to take place in Coachford on Tuesday November 6th, Aghabullogue on Wednesday November 7th and Rylane on Thursday November 8th. These workshops will provide an ideal opportunity for everyone in the community to get involved in shaping their area, developing plans for their village, identifying services and planning recreational areas etc. Doug Lucey, PRO said “It is vital that everyone takes part to ensure all our villages can grow and develop in a planned way.


Camogie Munster Championship The very best of luck to the Aghabullogue Intermediate Camogie team who travel to Clare this Saturday to play Quilty in the Munster Intermediate Semi Final. The girls enjoyed a great week visiting all the schools in the parish after their victory in the county final in September but were back to training in the early mornings in preparation for this big game on Saturday. Club PRO and team player, Deirdre Twomey said “ We are all looking forward to traveling to Clare this weekend. We were so thrilled at winning the county and we celebrated it for a couple of days but our trainers insisted that we get back to the hard job of training for this game.” The Camogie club got a huge boost this week when their Under 13 team captured the Mid Cork title defeating Éire Óg in the final.

Coachford Care of the Aged The next Chiropody Clinic will be held in Coachford in the Community House on Friday 26th October.

Cleaner required A cleaner is required for Coachford National School for 10-12 hours per week. Applications for the position should be addressed to The Chairperson, Board of Management, Coachford N.S. and should be made on or before Tuesday 23rd October 2012.

Youth Prayer Gathering As part of the ‘Year of Faith’ programme in Aghabullogue parish, a special ‘Youth Prayer Gathering’ by candlelight , inspired by Youth 2000 and Taize style prayer, will take place monthly in Coachford Church. This is open to all people and, in particular, to all the Youth of the Parish and surrounding parishes and their families. The first gathering takes place in Coachford Church this Thursday, October 18th from 7.30pm to 8.30pm.

Soccer The A team lost their FAI Junior Cup game to Pearse Celtic by a goal to nil last weekend. This was an extremely close game and both teams gave their all with the city side emerging victorious after the 90 minutes. Pearse Celtic are leading the Premier league at the moment while Coachford have yet to begin their campaign. Expect to see a lot of close battles between these two sides this season. This weekend the Coachford A team will play Blarney Street Athletic on Saturday at 3.00pm in Brooklodge in the Mossie Linnane League Cup Quarter Final. At the same time the B team will entertain Buttevant in Carrigadrohid in the league. Schoolboys The Killanardrish/Coachford Under 13 team defeated Buttevant by 8 goals to 3 in the league. Goals from Luke Casey, Cathal Crowley, Liam Twohig and John McMahon secured the victory.

Lotto Another week, another winner. Congratulations to Mick and Denise Roche who won €1,000 in the Coachford AFC lotto. The numbers drawn were 5, 9 and 26. The lucky dip winners were Mary O’ Sullivan, Matt O Brien, Mark O Mahony, Richard Martin and Con Dineen, Next week’s jackpot is another €1000 and the draw will take place in O’ Callaghan’s Bar. Get your tickets early and you could be the next Jackpot winner – just in time for Christmas shopping.

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