Killoe

FAS: Applications are now being taken for Fas workers in the Killoe/Newtownforbes area. Apply with CV to Tony Mahon Fas parish Hall Newtownforbes or website12@eircom.net. Tel 087 4126265.

FAS: Applications are now being taken for Fas workers in the Killoe/Newtownforbes area. Apply with CV to Tony Mahon Fas parish Hall Newtownforbes or website12@eircom.net. Tel 087 4126265.

BALLROOM DANCING : Commencing in Ennybegs Community Centre Killoe on Tuesday nights from 8 – 10pm. Refreshments will be served and a small coverage charge. Everyone is welcome.

BINGO: Every Friday night in Ennybegs Community Centre Killoe from 8.30pm.Everyone is welcome to come along and play the game.

LOTTO: Numbers drawn weekend 13/1/13. 5, 23, 27, 29. 20 euro winners J Andrew, Esker South; Anna Rose Reilly Cornadrung; Kieran Mulvihill Tipper Newtowncashel; Ken Leonard Killoe; Liz Oates Trillick. Sellers prize Berney Brady. Jackpot 2700 euro.

COMMUNITY GAMES: Any girl over 13 and under 16 wishing to take part in Pitch & Putt, please contact 086 3845340. Please note you must have a pitching wedge or 9 iron and a putter, you will also need golf balls and tees. Talent:- Solo Dance - Modern & Disco U14 Boy/Girl; Solo Music U13 Boy/Girl; Solo Recitation U12 Boy/Girl; Solo Singing U14 Boy/Girl - Please contact 087 9436097 with your name and date of birth without delay. It is very important that you also state which competition you are interested in taking part in. Results:- In Art, James Kennedy got 1st place in Boys U14 and now goes forward to represent County Longford in the National Finals in May. Casey Rowley came 3rd in the Girls U12 Art competition. The Killoe Boys U15 Badminton team won the County Final on Sunday last the 20th of January in Ballymahon. They played a tough game against Lanesboro and proved stronger in the end. This followed a great qualifying game against Ardagh/Moydow on Friday evening. Well done to the six lads on the team, Padraig Walsh, Shane Morrissey, Liam Harte, Jack Sorohan, Niall Farrelly and Gavin Hughes and good luck to them in their first round of Leinster in February. Well done to trainers, Darragh McDowell and Grainne Gormley, who brought the players up to such a high standard in a short space of time.