Winners at Bingo
The following were among the winners on last Friday night in Drumreilly Community Centre: Olivia Gaffney, Corrala, Shirley Gooheen, Drumraine, Peter Murray, Carrigallen, Mary O Rourke, Corlough, Pauline Smith, Drumury, Kathleen Carthy, Clogher, Thomas Tierney, Carrigallen, Kathleen Canning, Bohey, Molly Prior, Lisacarn, Michael Donohoe, Drumcoura, Doreen Flanagan, Aughawillan, Ita Sutherland, Toome, Kathleen Carthy, Clogher, Peggy Flynn, Keshcarrigan, Eileen Gallagher, Mohill, Mary Curran, Aughavas, Ciaran Holahan, Drumlea, Alice Shields, Ballinamore, Cassie Dolan, Carrigallen, Debbie Keaney, Aughacashel, Tommy Cassidy, Drumgowna, Lily O Neill, Carrigallen, Brigid Looby, Curraghtawy, Kevin Beirne, Satrissaun, Berni Smith, Drumury, Mary Canning, Drumshanbo North, Margaret McKeon, Aughatowney, Pauline Darcy, Aughawillan, Anne McCaffrey, Ballinamore, Sylvia Dolan, Ballinamore, Owen Gray, Carrigallen and Michaela Mitchell, Augharan. Bingo will continue on next Friday at 9pm. The committee thanks all for their continued support.
A large congregation attended the annual Harvest Thanksgiving ceremony
in St. Columba’s Church, Corrawallen on Friday last, September 25th. The service was conducted by Capt. Richard Beadle and the special sermon was preached by Rev. Geoff Bridle, Enniskillen. The Church choir was led by organist Daphne Harkness. There was evidence of a fine summer, followed by the mellow fruitfulness of autumn in the array of flowers, vegetables and other farm produce inside the building, while outside the grounds were in splendid condition thanks to the input of Joe Hyland and his team of helpers.
Fíche Bliain ag Fás
On Sunday last in sun-bathed Páirc Seán, the Aughawillan Club, team and
loyal supporters rolled back a score of years since they last won a Leitrim Senior Championship to record a 1-13 to 1-10 victory over St. Mary’s in this year’s final. A great first half performance catapulted them to a five points’
interval lead, and while they did endure some anxious moments in the second half, there was no way that what has been often called “the spirit of the Willies” would allow a resilient St. Mary’s to spoil their evening. Congratulations to our neighbours across the lake!
Active Age Snippets
On the way to Westport House the Group took part in the Pilgrimage in Knock on Grandparents’ Day. In the ensuing days they enjoyed their trip to various locations in Mayo. The tour included a trip on the ferry to Inishbofin, and visits to Ashford Castle and Achill Island. On Saturday last we were on the road again, this time to take part in the one -day pilgrimage to Lough Derg. All interested in Reflexology are asked to take note that Teresa Gilmartin will be coming to our meeting at 8.30pm on Wednesday, October 8th. Two important dates for our diaries in the second half of October are the 20th (Arts Day in Ck on Shannon) and Tuesday the 28th (Drumreilly Halloween Social).
The death has taken place suddenly of Mrs. Rita McGovern Walsh, Derrada and formerly Corlough. Sympathy is extended to her relatives, who include her brother, Mr. Michael McGovern, Kilmore. Her funeral took place following Mass of the Resurrection in St. Brigid’ Church, Corraleehan to the adjoining cemetery on Wednesday of last week. Suaimhneas síorraí dá hanam.
Recalling October 1992
A well-attended meeting in response to the Bishops’ “Developing the West Together” call was held in Drumreilly Community Centre and addressed by Fr. John Sexton C.C. The following officers were elected at the A.G.M. of Drumreilly Foróige Branch: Chairperson: Imelda Holahan; Secretary: Catherine Reilly; Treasurers: Catherine McEnroy and Noel Gannon; P.R.O.: Elaine McGirl. I.C.A. Cookery Classes were being conducted by Mrs. Rosemary Duignan in the Community Centre. Pádraig Gaffney and Maura Mitchell had announced their engagement. What was described as “a bag of medals” was won at the CRN Feis in Manorhamilton by Geraldine and Marian Mulligan, Linda, Jennifer and Caroline Reilly, Amanda Looby and Rachel Kennedy and Karl McCartin. In preparation for a forthcoming Variety Concert four sketches were being rehearsed by the following: Kitty Holahan, Veronica McKeon, Bridie Mulligan, Yeonette Donohoe, Marie Connolly, Seán Maxwell, Pat Connolly, Pádraig Gaffney, Pádraig Holahan, Charlie McCartin and Pat Conefrey. In football Drumreilly beat Ballinamore by 2-8 t 1-4 and Aughavas by 2-9 to 0-11 in the U-16 Winter League. The U-12s were beaten by Gortletteragh on a score of 4-8 to 2-4. The U-21snine-a-side team prevailed against Fenagh in their opening round encounter at Carrickmakeegan. The lineout was Martin McCartin, Pádraig Lunney, Aidan Holahan (2-3), Christopher Mimna (1-0), Pat Connolly (1-1), Patsy Mimna (0-1), Pádraig Holahan (0-3), Ollie Maguire, Thomas Connolly (1-3). Subs: Noel Connolly and Denis Smith. Depleted Drumreilly seniors were beaten by Aughnasheelin and Aughawillan. Drumlea N.S. team of Claire Holahan, Linda Reilly, Mary McKeon and Evonne Maxwell collected silver in the Leitrim Primary Schools1000m finals. The death took place of Mr. James McKiernan, Crucklahan R.I.P.
Fíche Bliain ag Fás
On Sunday last in sun-bathed Páirc Seán the Aughawillan Club, team and
loyal supporters rolled back a score of years since they last won a Leitrim Senior Championship to record a 1-13 to 1-10 victory over St. Mary’s in this year’s final. A great first half performance catapulted them to a five points’ interval lead, and while they did endure some anxious moments in the second half, there was no way that what has been often called “the spirit of the Willies” would allow a resilient St. Mary’s to spoil their evening. Congratulations to our neighbours across the lake!