Last Man Standing
Coachford AFC are running another round of their very popular ‘Last Man Standing’ competition based on the premiership football results. This is a test of skill combined with a bit of luck to pick a winning team in the premiership each week. If your selection keeps on winning you could be the last man standing in the new year and receive €400 cash prize. You can’t pick the same team twice. To enter contact Ciaran at (086) 0613370 or any member of the committee before November 29th .
Aghabullogue go for league title.
With the pain of the defeat by Ballyvourney in the County Championship Minor Football Final still in their minds the Minor footballers of Aghabullogue once again face the boys from the county bounds this Saturday in Macroom at 2.30pm in the County League Final. This rematch is eagerly anticipated by both players and supporters alike and if the Aghabullogue boys convert half of the chances they sent wide in the county final then another piece of silverware may come their way this weekend.
A clothing collection in aid of the parish of St. Joseph’s in Kavisuni, kitui, Kenya will take place in the Church Car Parks in Coachford Aghabullogue and Rylane this Friday, November 28th. All types of clean dry ladies, gents and children’s clothing, bed linen, curtains, towels, bags, belts and paired shoes will be collected before 12 noon.
Coachford Premier side take on neighbours Killumney at home on Saturday at 2.00pm in the league. At the same time both clubs second teams also face each other in the Division 3 league. However Coachford travel to Kileady for this game.
The Aghabullogue Tidy Village group are holding a Christmas Lights Fundraising quiz on this Saturday, November 29th at 9.oopm in Cremin’s Bar.
Coachford Lights up for Christmas
Coachford are getting ready for Sunday December 7th when the new Christmas lights will be switched on at 6.30pm. This year the Coachford Community Association and Tidy Towns Committee are investing in even more lights and hoping to increase the Christmas spirit in the village. A Christmas market will also take place in the village that evening with Carol Singers, Mulled Wine and maybe a visit from the North Pole’s most famous resident! Chairperson of the Coachford Tidy Towns committee, Martha McCaffery said, “last year’s turning on of the lights was a tremendous success. There was a fabulous atmosphere in the village which continued over the whole Christmas period and into the new year. The lights were great, the tree was wonderful and the mini Christmas market was a lovely feature. Thanks to the money raised by the Community Association’s ‘Night at the Musicals’ and the very generous donation by Broomhill Vintage Club we are in a position of being able to purchase more lights for the village this year.
Annual Toy Mass and Market in Rylane
Sunday December 7th will see the annual Toy Mass take place in Rylane church at 11.30am. This very beautiful mass is aid of the local St. Vincent de Paul. The children coming to the ceremony will bring a Christmas gift for other children in the parish who may be less fortunate than themselves. Following the mass a Cake Sale and Christmas Market organised by the Rylane National School Parents Association will take place in the School Hall. A fabulous selection of locally produced goods will be on offer and it is an ideal opportunity to stock up on some unusual Christmas presents as well as gorgeous and delicious cakes. Tea, coffee and mulled wine will also be available. Everyone is welcome to come along and enjoy the morning with your neighbours, friends and community.
Coachford National School
The Parents Association of Coachford National School have produced a very lovely calendar for 2015. The calendar features all the students and is very well produced. It would make a beautiful gift for those who may have relatives in the school or for those who might be living and working away from home and want to have something that is very unique to Coachford.
Coachford National School pupils invite you to their annual Christmas production on Thursday December 11th in the GAA Hall at 7.30pm. Enjoy a great night’s entertainment with performances of ‘The Little Drummer Boy’, ‘Frozen’ and ‘Aladdin’.
Aghabullogue GAA AGM
The Annual General meeting of the Aghabullogue GAA club takes place in the GAA Hall on Sunday December 7th at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.