Killashee March 18

COMMUNITY GAMES - Congratulations to Mayodele Rotimi- Ogundele who won the county U14 art competition in Kenagh last weekend.

COMMUNITY GAMES - Congratulations to Mayodele Rotimi- Ogundele who won the county U14 art competition in Kenagh last weekend.

Mayodele now goes on to represent Longford in the national finals which take place in Athlone at a later date. Well done Mayodele. Congratulations to Bronagh Cait and Clodagh Kiely and Eadaoin Regan all of whom represented Killashee in the art final last weekend.

TABLE QUIZ

Killashee had 2 teams at the county table quiz last week. Well done Eadaoin Regan and Dylan Farrell and also to Ruth Kavanagh, Ann Marie Murphy, Clodagh Kiely and Rian Cox who did so well , all of whom will be eligible for the quiz again next year. A special word of thanks has to be extended to Clodagh Kiely who turned out twice last week at a moments notice for the art competition and for the quiz. The girls U13 table tennis team took on Dunshaughlin of Meath on Sunday last in the Leinster quarter finals. The team of Orla Duffy ,Emer Tyrell,Clodagh Kiley Ann Marie Murphy and Aoife Kavanagh recently started playing table tennis so it was a great achievement for them to do so well in getting to this stage of the competition. Unfortunately Dunshaughlin came out on top but these girls will be back stronger than ever next year. Well done to all.

CONGRATS

Congratulations to U15 girls indoor soccer team who have once again qualified to play in the Leinster semi final in Carlow shortly. The Killashee squad defeated old rivals Cushinstown of Meath on Sunday last by 3 goals to 1 goal in extra time. The team is Emer Casey Kyana Lee, Alannah Dolan, Lisa Nolan Aoife Magan and Ruth Kavanagh. Continued success girls.

COLLECTION

The annual Church gate collection for the community games will be held in Killashee and Clondra on Sunday next 20th March. As you can see from the report the children of the parish are very active in community games and they would be very grateful for your continued support.

SYMPATHY

Deepest sympathy is extended to the Fagan family on the sudden and untimely death of Anthony Fagan whose funeral took place last weekend. May his soul rest in peace.

SYMPATHY

Deepest sympathy is extended to the Dowd family, relatives and friends of Pat Dowd Thureen whose funeral took place last week. May his soul rest in peace.

LOTTO

The local Lotto draw took place on Sunday night last. Numbers drawn were 16, 23, 25, 27. There was no jackpot winner. 40 euro went to Emma McPartland. 20 euro each went to Ruth Cumming , Ethna Murtagh and Kathleen Lynch. The next draw will be held in the Camlin Bar Clondra for a jackpot of 13680 euro on Sunday 27th March. Your continued support is greatly appreciated.

FOOTBALL

All underage players from U8 to U14 are requested to be at Killashee pitch on Sunday 20th March at 11.30am to complete registration and to explain to parents our plans for the coming year. Children should bring football gear for their first training session. There will be a representative from the county board in attendance and it is most important that all parents attend including those who have already completed registration. Light refreshments will be served. Any queries please contact Gary on 086 1681522 as our new season is just around the corner. Best wishes for a very speedy recovery is extended to Aoife Kavanagh Cloontagh following a recent football injury. St Brigids GAA Club are holding their annual race night in the Richmond Inn, Clondra on Wednesday night 16th March at 9pm. A great night’s entertainment is assured.