WHIST: There will be a whist drive in the lecture hall Kenagh on Tuesday night May 14th at 9pm. Usual prizes and refreshments served. Your support will be greatly appreciated.
HIGH NELLY RALLY: All bike routes lead to Kenagh next Sunday morning for our long awaited High Nelly Rally. Kenagh and district development are organising the event in aid of funding for the tidy towns effort. The rally will take off from Saint Dominics Centre at twelve noon. The proposed route will take in the canal line and Mosstown circuit. The roads will be sign posted. All kinds of bikes will be very welcome old and new, big and small. Children should be accompanied by an adult. Vintage dress will be very welcome but not very important. There will be a token prize for the most appropriate outfit. The committee are looking forward to a good turn out of all classes of bicycles, all a bit of fun for a good cause. See you there.
DEATH: We offer sincere sympathy to our local Garda Brian McManus on the death of his mother Mary McManus, Drumshanbo Co Leitrim which occurred at Laurel Lodge Nursing Home Longford on April 30th. She was buried in Arigna Cemetery after her funeral mass in Arigna church.
PROGRESSIVE TWENTY FIVE: Winners in Saint Dominics Centre last Thursday night were Michael and Tom twelve games they win eighty euro. Nial and Liz eleven games they win fifty euro. Table prizes Annie and Kathleen, John and Larry all win twenty euro. Raffle Tommy O’Malley , Pat Newman, Niall Hughes, Mark Grehan, Mary Sweeney, Freda Connaughton all win ten euro each.
KENAGH COMMUNITY GAMES: Our recent track and field sports day was a great success. We had a large number of entries on the day which was nice to see. We would like to thank all the supporters who cane along, also the GAA club for use of their pitch and anyone who helped out on the day. Well done to all our winners. Girls results: race: preschool 1st Rachel McGann, 2nd Maeve Rowan, 3rd Orla McGann; U6 1st Emer Farrell, 2nd Mia Rowan, 3rd Aobh Halse. U8 60m 1st Clodagh Smith, 2nd Carly Flood, 3rd Millie Flanagan; U8 80m 1st Millie Flanagan, 2nd Clodagh Smith, 3rd Robyn McCormack; U10 100m 1st Micheala Hall, 2nd Lauren Manser, 3rd Shauna Flood; U10 200m 1st Micheala Hall, 2nd Lillian Casserly, 3rd Shauna Flood; U10 60m hurdles 1st Micheala Hall, 2nd Aoibheann Kelly & Lauren Manser, 3rd Tori McCormack; U12 100m 1st Erin McCormack, 2nd Maureen Arisa, 3rd Chloe Kelly; U12 600m 1ast Kiera Farrell, 2nd Maureen Arisa, 3rd Chloe Kelly; U12 ball throw 1st Kiera Farrell, 2nd Micheala Hall, 3rd Chloe Kelly; U14 100m 1st Robyn Molloy; U14 80m hurdles 1st Erin McCormack, 2nd Kiera Farrell, 3rd Chloe Kelly; U14 long puck 1st Chloe Kelly, 2nd Kiera Farrell, 3rd Micheala Hall; U14 long jump 1st Erin McCormack, 2nd Kiera Farrell. Boys results: race: Pre school 1st Rian McCormack, 2nd Kevin Og Murphy, 3rd Keelan Clarke; U6 1st Niall Curley, 2nd Cathal Smith, 3rd Briody Duignan; U8 60m 1st Cormac McGann, 2nd Dylan Hennessy, 3rd Josh Kelly; U8 80m 1st Cormac McGann, 2nd Dylan Hennessy, 3rd Stephen McGinnity; U10 100m 1st Kevin Byrne, 2nd Conor McGann, 3rd Gavin Bawle; U10 200m 1st Conor McGann, 2nd Kevin Byrne, 3rd Gavin Bawle; U10 60m hurdles 1st Gavin Bawle, 2nd Kevin Byrne, 3rd Oliver Manser; U12 100m 1st Keelin McGann, 2nd Kyle Hall, 3rd Jamie Byrne; U12 600m 1st Keelin McGann, 2nd Jamie Byrne, 3rd Kyle Hall; U12 ball throw 1st Patrick O’Brien, 2nd Keelin McGann, 3rd Adam Flanagan; U12 long puck 1st Keelin McGann, 2nd Charlie Patterson, 3rd Frank Patterson; U14 100m 1st Aaron Kelly, 2nd Corey Molloy, 3rd Cian Nolan; U14 800m 1st Ronan Farrell, 2nd Cian Nolan, 3rd Aaron Kelly; U14 80m hurdles 1st Corey Molloy, 2nd Aaron Kelly, 3rd Cian Nolan; U14 shot putt 1st James Carroll, 2nd Corey Molloy, 3rd Aaron Kelly; U14 long jump 1st Jack Patterson, 2nd Corey Molloy, 3rd Cian Nolan; U16 boys 100m 1st Thomas McGann, 2nd Lee Ross Gill, 3rd Femi Arisa; U16 1500 1st Thomas McGann, 2nd Karl Farrell, 3rd Lee Ross Gill; U16 discus 1st Thomas McGann, 2nd Daniel Kelly, 3rd Karl Farrell. We would like to extend our sympathy to the family and friends of the late Paddy Belton. It is correct to say the whole community are in shock at his recent death. Paddy was a great supporter of any aspect of sport and will be greatly missed. May he rest in peace.