Eddie O’Reilly

Eddie O’Reilly

The death occurred at his home in Cloncovid recently of Eddie O’Reilly. Deceased who had been in poor health for some time was aged 70 and passed away peacefully in the presence of his devoted family. He was one of a family of 17 of the late John (Johnny) & Kathleen O’Reilly of Cartronfree and was predeceased by his brother Tommie some years ago. Like many of his generation he emigrated to England while still young and worked in both London and Birmingham as a crane driver and returned home with his family a few years ago and settled in Cloncovid. He is survived by his loving wife Kathleen, sons and daughter, grandchildren and great-grand children, brothers, sisters, extended family, relatives and friends to whom we extend our sincere sympathy. Funeral Mass in Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Mullahoran on Friday 23rd was celebrated by Canon Owen Devaney, P.P. assisted by Fr. Michael Campbell, Abbeylara and burial took place to local cemetery. May he rest in peace.

Back to School

Good luck to all students who are returning to classes in both primary and secondary school at this time especially those starting off for the first time after the long and lovely summer. A special thought for the parents who may be glad to get back to the old routine of regular meals and organized time-tables.

Crumlin Children’s Hospital

Sincere thanks to all who contributed to recent Church gate collection which totaled €493.10.



On behalf of the local Handball Club we congratulate James Brady, Glasscarrick who added the Ulster Championship 60 x 30 doubles title to his singles crown last week and we wish him the very best of luck in the All-Ireland singles.

Vincey McGee Benefit

The committee members of the Vincey McGee benefit fund thank anyone who donated, sponsored or helped out in any way during the recent fundraising events in 2013

Tractor Run

The Rainbow Tractor Club, Billis, Virginia, Co Cavan are having a vintage tractor and car run on Sunday September 1st from Billis leaving at 12.30pm in aid of breast cancer.

Cavan Hospice

Church Gate collection at all Masses this coming weekend, please support.

GFC Lotto: Draw took place in Glan Bar, on Tuesday night 20th last, Numbers drawn 7, 13, 17, 31. Jackpot €15,100. No Jackpot winner; €100: Phil Shiels, Kilsarn; €25 x 4; Bridget Tierney, Drumgore; Damien & Joan O’Reilly, Mullahoran; Louise Brady, Lisney; Carmel Moynagh, Legwee.


Following last week’s defeat by Ramor, a much improved performance by the senior team secured a vital win on Sunday last. The lunch-time game against Redhills in Ballinagh drew a large crowd with both sets of supporters in full voice as the game ebbed and flowed with a place in the next round at stake. Leading at half time by 0-6 to 0-3 the lads looked more confident on resumption and finished strongly to win 0-11 to 0-8.