29 Jun 2022

Streete and district local news Dec 24

CONGRATULATIONS: To the Moran sisters of Killinaugh, Rathowen daughters of Gerry and Bernadette who were competing in the show jumping of Ireland League finals in Creagh Equestrian Centre on Sunday, 12th December.

CONGRATULATIONS: To the Moran sisters of Killinaugh, Rathowen daughters of Gerry and Bernadette who were competing in the show jumping of Ireland League finals in Creagh Equestrian Centre on Sunday, 12th December.

Sarahjane age 15 was competing in the 148cm competition where she won the Tony Carroll Snr. Cup. Sarah Jane was also placed 2nd on her second pony "Dylan". Her younger sister Julieann who is only ten years of age had a very successful day and was placed 1st and 3rd in the 128cm competition on her ponies "Red Apple" and "Flying Flash " Julieann was also placed in the 138cm competition on "Lady Loughlum". This was a great achievement as Julieann only took over the ride on this pony earlier in the year from her sister Sarah Jane. It was a real family affair as all training was supervised by their older sister, Lily who holds a B.H.S. teaching certification.


The numbers drawn in last weeks Streete Parish Park Lotto draw were 4, 27, 29 30 with no winner of the jackpot. The three €40 winners were Lil Murray, Rathaespic, Eithne Gallagher, Mullingar and Andrew Gettings, Lisryan.


The Gun Club held their Annual Raffle in Streete Parish Park during Bingo last week and thank the complex committee for facilitating them. The draw results were as follows – 1st prize of 50 bags of cosyglo , Ann Whelan, Clonwhwlan., 2nd prize 50 bales of briquettes, Derek Holland, Ringowney; 3rd prize Large Bag of Timber, Joe Murphy, Legan, 4th prize Hamper, David Murphy, Lacken, Mostrim, 5th prize Bottle Brandy, Kathleen Cox, Mostrim. Kiernan Callaghan on behalf of the Gun Club wishes to thank all who helped and supported the draw.


We extend our very sincere sympathy to Vincent Maguire, Jonestown, Rathowen and his sons Anthony ad David on the very sad death of his wife, Teresa. Condolences also to her parents and extended family. May she rest in peace.


The final Streete Farmers Market for 2010 took place in a very snowy Parish Park when there was an amazing attendance. All were treated to complimentary Hot Punch, tea, coffee; scones etc and stall holders were not charged. This was an attempt to say thanks to all who supported the market in any way. The next market will not be until the first Saturday in February. Watch this space.


Streete Parish Park were honoured to have been selected as the venue for the Senior Boys All Ireland B Volleyball semi final. A Dublin College team played a team from Elphin, Co. Roscommon Community College. We congratulate the Elphin team who won and now progress to the All Ireland Final, the opposing team in the final is not know yet. Jimmy Brady tells me both teams had great praise for the Parish Park Complex and hope to return when possible. Any enquiries for the complex please call Jimmy 087 9287129.


Please note that Streete Parish Park Sports Complex will close for the Christmas Period this Friday and will not re-open until Monday, 3rd January 2011.


Jimmy Brady and the Chairman and committee wish a very happy and peaceful Christmas and New Year to all clubs, schools, teachers, and individuals who use and support our complex and we look forward to your continued support during 2011.


Regretfully Streete Parish Park Bingo had to be cancelled due to the weather for health and safety reasons. Our next Bingo will be Monday, 3rd January.


On his 50th to Tommy McLean who celebrated with family and friends in McElvaney's pub, Coolarty last Saturday night.


After a brilliant night's bowling last Tuesday ight, the following have qualified for the semi-finals:Finbar Mullen and Phyllis Martin; Jimmy Leavy and Pat Kelly; Liam Connaught and Daniel Duff; Paul Flood and Hugh Duffy.The final will be played on Tuesday night. The winners will be presented with the Raymond Murphy Shield in memory of the late Raymond Murphy.


The Ramblers took their usual pre-Christmas break last Sunday, December 19th to allow for Christmaspreparations. But they will be putting on their walking boots again, weather permitting, for their customary St. Stephen's Day walk which starts at 11am in Mullaghmeen Forest, near Castlepollard.


On behalf of all club members we offer our sympathy to Padraig McGauran and his family on the death of his father.

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