Pretty Leitrim/Offaly wedding
The wedding took place on Thursday, April 10th of Mr William Hyland, son of Joe and Claire Hyland, Corrawallen and Miss Louise Kavanagh, Ferbane. The ceremony in The Church of the Assumption, Kentstown, Navan, Co. Meath was conducted by Fr. Frank Murray and Reverend Brendan McCarthy. The bride was attended by Chief Bridesmaid, Emilene Kavanagh and Bridesmaid Carol Kavanagh. The Bestman was Mark Rowlands, and the Groomsman was Andrew Tully. Church music was supplied by Alison Reynolds and Seán De Burca. The Readings from Sacred Scripture were taken by Aoife Cassidy and Derek Kavanagh. Gillian O’Connor read the Responsorial Psalm. The Prayers of the Faithful were read by Seán Kavanagh, Evan O’Connor, Jodi Harkness, Mark Hyland, David Hyland, Ali Harkness, Kerrie Hyland, Archie O Connor and Cassie O Connor. Daphne
Harkness read the Reflection. Kenneth O’Connor and Cedric Hyland were
the ushers. The reception afterwards was held in Tankardstown House.
Following a sumptuous meal, the guests disported themselves at an enjoyable Social and Disco. In congratulating William and Louise, we
wish them many years of happy marriage.
In a high-scoring game on Thursday, April 10th, St. Mary’s N.S. Girls team scored a 13-4 to 7-5 win over Cloone in the Cumann na mBunscol League. The lineout was as follows: Megan Lavin, Ella Quinn (1-0), Oiníosa Mimna (5-1), Siobhán Maguire (1-1) and Caoimhe Prior (6-2). Their next outing will be at an away game against Aughawillan on Thursday, May 8th. The Boys (Mixed) team will be in action against Aughnasheelin on Monday, May 12th at Aughnasheelin. Drumreilly were beaten by Glencar - Manorhamilton on a score of 1-18 to1-6 in a Division 1 game at Carrickmakeegan on Sunday last Manorhamilton. They have an away game against Mohill on next Saturday at 5.30p.m. The Junior team will be in action on Sunday next in a home game against St. Mary’s. Congratulations to Conor Gaffney and his Leitrim team mates on winning the Connacht Minor League Final by the slenderest of margins against Galway in Tuam on last Saturday.
Drumreilly G.A.A. Club is organising a 50km for Sunday, 22nd of June. Those interested are asked to contact Michael McGirl at 086-3615283.
The following were among the winners in Drumreilly Community Centre on last Friday night: Bridie McBrien, Camber, Mona McKeon, Debbie Keaney, Aughacashel, Peggy Flynn, Keshcarrigan, Pauline Darcy, Aughawillan, Mary McDermott, Aidan Dolan, Drumbrick, Kathleen Canning, Bohey, Drumlish, Kathleen Carthy, Clogher, Mickey Flanagan, Drumarigna, Marian Prior, Benny Connolly, Drumlea, Brigid Looby, Curraghtowey, Catherine Rooney, Aughnasheelin, Marie Prior, Bernadette O Kane, Aughawillan, Tony Galligan, Killeshandra, Mary Gaffney, Corrala, Berni Smith, Drumury, Chrissie Gaffney, Mullaghboy, Pauline Smith, Drumury, Nan Connolly, Ardunsaghan, Breda McGoldrick, Corlough, Pat Flynn, Keshcarrigan, Margaret Flanagan, Ballinamore, Margaret McKeon, Aughatowney and Ita Sutherland, Toome. Bingo will continue on next Friday at 9pm. We are grateful for the continued loyalty of our supporters.
Recalling April 1994
The piercing wind and snow showers failed to dampen the spirits of the many boating enthusiasts and spectators on the occasion of the opening of the Erne Waterway. The proceeds of a successful Whist Drive held in Drumreilly Community Centre were donated to St. Mary’s Church Repair Fund. Drumreilly U-14s played a 2-8 to 4-2 draw against a visiting team from Holloway Rd. London. Pat O’Connell, Mary Holahan, Christina O’Connell and Adrian Holahan qualified for the Co. Leitrim Community Games Art Finals. The County Councillors from the Ballinamore area were invited to a public meeting in the Community Centre to discuss the deteriorating condition of roads in this community. Senator Gerard Reynolds, Jim Joe Shortt, Damian Brennan, Tommy McCartin and Liam McGirl attended. The outcome was that the ways were made smooth in Mullaghmore, Drumlea, Drumcoura, Carrickmakeegan, part of Derrygoan. A promise of attention was made for roads in Keelrin, Drumdiffer and “Connolly’s Shore”, and for the immediate future it was a case of “grin and bear it” for the residents Corrala, Dohern, Drumconlevan, Killameen, Ardra, Aughalough, Kinkeen, Mullaghboy, Ardunsaghan and Kilmore. Drumlea school team prevailed against Drumeela, Aughavas and Fenagh. The U-16s were beaten by Carrigallen and Kiltubrid. Drumreilly seniors left two valuable points in Páirc Seán O’Laodáin, where they wee beaten by 4-6 to 1-5 by Fenagh. The death took place of Mrs. Mary
Kate Brady, Carrickmakeegan. R. I. P.
Sympathy is extended to former Corrawallen resident, Mr. Eric Taylor on the death in Southampton week of his wife Hazel. Sympathy is also tendered to the Ward families, New York and Offaly on the death of Mr. Seán Ward, husband of Josephine, nee Curran, formerly Ardra, Corrawallen. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a nanamacha.
The Kilmore Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes will take place from 27th May to 1st June. Bookings for the Pilgrim Section are with McGinnity Travel, Cavan, and for the Assisted Pilgrim Section with Rev Kevin Fay, Lavey, Co. Cavan. Early booking is essential as places are limited. Tickets to support the Assisted Pilgrim Section are on sale. All support will be welcome.