The death of Peter (Anthony) Donohoe, Derries removes from the area one of natureâ€™s gentlemen and an integral member of the local community. Peter who was aged 85 died peacefully at Cavan General Hospital having been in poor health for some time. He was a native of Urble, Carrigan and came to live in Derries when he married his beloved wife Maggie Langtry in 1962. He was predeceased by his brother Anthony (Urble) a few years ago. An industrious member of the local farming community he was a good neighbour and friend and his passing has left a void in the local closely knit community where he will be sadly missed by family friends and neighbours. The large numbers attending the wake, removal and funeral bore testimony to the esteem in which Peter and his family are held. We extend our sincere sympathy to his loving wife Maggie, sons John, Joe, Pauric, and Edwin, daughters Mary, Cathy and Ann, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, sisters-in-law, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours, and friends.
The funeral Mass in St. Josephâ€™s Church, Loughduff, on Tuesday was concelebrated, chief celebrant was Canon Owen Devaney P.P. and interment took place to local cemetery. May he rest in peace.
The death occurred on Sunday, February 1st last peacefully at her home, Tramore Road of Bridie Oâ€™Donoghue formerly Harten from Carnagh Lr. Loughduff. She was predeceased by her brother Gerard at a young age, sisters Molly Smith and recently Kathleen Hartin, brother Paddy in Carnagh in 2012, and is survived by her beloved husband Douglas and children Ken, Teresa and Brendan, brothers Bertie in Australia, and Tommy in England, sister Annie in Cloughernal, son-in-law Paul, daughters-in-law Rachel and Anusha, grandchildren Andrew, Carmen, Lindsay and Ian, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. The funeral took place following Requiem Mass on Wednesday in the Church of the Way of the Cross, Togher to St. Jamesâ€™ Cemetery, Chetwynd. May she rest in peace.
The sudden death of Kevin Cullen, Corr has caused widespread shock in the area. Kevin was an outgoing and popular man with a jovial nature. A member of the farming community he could turn his hand to any job that needed doing and he was very obliging and a great neighbour. He was a dedicated family man and was devoted to his aged mother and other family members where his death has left a great void. We extend our sincere sympathy to his heart-broken mother, sisters and brothers, nieces and nephews neighbours and friends by whom he will be sorely missed. May he rest in peace.
Results of draw in The Hideaway on Wednesday, 4th February, jackpot â‚¬3,100. Numbers drawn were 9,16,19,20, there were no winner. â‚¬100 winner Tommie Sheridan, Cornafean; â‚¬25 winners: Emer Byrne, Mullahoran; Pat Gaffney, Farnham; Isabella Reilly & Jamie Condon, Aughterera; N Fitzpatrick.â€¨
Cavan supporters who travelled to Portlaoise on Saturday evening got good value for the long journey and were very happy with the county teamâ€™s display especially in the 2nd half. Well done to all and especially local man, Killian who had a brilliant game. Well done also to Aisling Sheridan and the Cavan Ladies who had a convincing win over Kildare on Sunday in Breffni park.
Parents of children intending to start school in September 2015 are requested to forward their name, address, contact telephone number, childâ€™s name and date of birth to Mullahoran N.S., Kilcogy, Co. Cavan, via Longford on or before Friday 27th February 2015.
Last game in the Parochial hall on Wednesday, 28th Janaury in aid of Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust; Top Score â€“ Julie Lynch; 1st Lady â€“ Geraldine Oâ€™Reilly, 2nd Lady â€“ Una Dooney, 3rd Lady â€“ Tommie Murphy, 1st Gent â€“ Cathal Fitzpatrick, 2nd Gent â€“ Sean Oâ€™Reilly , 3rd Gent â€“ Brian McGlade, Half Time â€“ Betty Porter, Eileen Lynch, Mystery â€“ Kathleen Rafferty, Anna McLoughlin, Margaret McKenna. Next game tonight Wednesday at 8.30pm, all welcome.
Clothing Collection; Umbra collection will be taken up this Thursday 12th Feb. at usual points.
Church gate collection
In aid of Gorta Africa Aid will be taken up at both Masses this coming weekend.
Continues in Kilnacrott each Tuesday until 31st March, 7.30pm Rosary 7.45pm, Novena Prayers and Petitions 8pm, Mass & Benediction. Enquiries 049 4344416.
Mullahoran Comhaltas are hosting a Battle of the Bands competition in Crover House Hotel on Saturday, 28th February from 6pm. This event aims to promote Irish music, songand dance. Competitions for U-13 and U-18 age groups. All enquiries to email@example.com. All welcome to an evening of good entertainment.