Win for St Brigid’s

Win for St Brigid’s

In the All County Football League Division 2, St Brigid’s defeated Legan Sarsfields 3-8 to 1-9 in Legan on Friday, 11 July. Well done and congrats to the team.

Fun Day

St Brigids GAA club are hosting a family Fun Day on next Sunday, July 20 starting at 1pm at the Green in Killashee. A great days entertainment for all the family has been organised. For the children, there will be sports events, bouncy castles, and face painting. For the adults, a tug of war, featuring teams from around Ireland, novelty teams and a ladies tug of war event. There will also be side attractions and novelty events for young and old throughout the afternoon. Admission is €10 for adults CHILDREN ARE FREE. So come to the Green in Killashee on Sunday, 20 July for a family fun day.


At the fun day on 20 July, anyone who buys tickets on the day will be entered into an extra draw on the evening of the fun day for spot prizes. Lotto prices are €2 per line and 3 lines for €5. Alternatively yearly subscriptions for the club lotto costs €45- then you are guaranteed your numbers will be in all draws.

Cemetery Sunday

Cemetery Sunday for the parish of Killashee will take place on Sunday, 17th August with Mass and blessing of graves at the usual times of Killashee at 10.30am, Ballinakill at 3pm and Clondra at 7.30. All those with family buried in these graveyards are asked to tidy up their graves in preparation for Cemetery Sunday.


Deepest sympathy is extended to George and Jean McDermott and family, Killashee, on the recent death of George’s aunt, Margaret Thomas (nee McDermott) whose funeral took place in England. May her soul rest in peace.


Congratulations to Nuala Conway and Michael Burke on their recent marriage. The wedding ceremony was celebrated in St. Paul’s Church, Mullingar and later Nuala and Michael were joined by family and friends in Cooney’s Hotel, Ballymahon where they enjoyed a great nights entertainment. We wish Nuala and Michael every blessing for long life and happiness together.


Information Stand Edgeworthstown Library & Granard Library. ‘Work4You’ set up by Acquired Brain Injury Ireland provides a free vocational assessment service for individuals who have an acquired brain injury and would like assistance and guidance in returning to work, training or education. It is free to anyone with an acquired brain injury and in receipt of a payment from the Dept. of Social Protection. If you are interested in the service or would like more information, Work4You are holding a Pop-Up Information Stand in Edgeworthstown Library on Tuesday 22 July between 11am – 1pm and Granard Library on Tuesday 22nd July 2014 between 2pm-4pm. All are welcome. For further information please call 044 9338773.