Kenagh May 6

Community Games - Swimming finals will take place on Sunday 22nd May. We urgently need swimmers to represent Kenagh in this event. Please contact ASAP Marie McGann 086 8934458 or Jane Noad 086 3856324.

Community Games - Swimming finals will take place on Sunday 22nd May. We urgently need swimmers to represent Kenagh in this event. Please contact ASAP Marie McGann 086 8934458 or Jane Noad 086 3856324.

Athletic coaching sessions for children in the parish will commence on Friday 6th May from 5-6pm in the GAA pitch and every Friday thereafter until further notice. Community games sports day will take place on Sunday 29th May, details to follow.


There will be a whist drive in the Lecture hall Kenaggh on Tuesday evenings May 10th at 9pm. All players and new players are invited to come .Refreshments served.


The numbers drawn in Kenagh GAA Lotto draw last Monday night were 4, 7, 11, 30. There were eight match three winners as follows Mike Higgins Moigh; Roy Joyce c/o Father Barden; Eileen Lawlor Derryvoigh;Tom Carberry Derryhawn ; Marcella Flynn Irish wheelchair Association; Michael Farrell Newtowncashel, Nellie Irwin Kilkenny West; Oliver Gouldsberry Moigh all get fifteen euro each. Next draw in Leaveys Foigha with 7700 euro on four correct numbers.

Irish dancing classes

The Maureen Farrell School of Dancing will resume in Saint Dominics Comuity Centre Kenagh after Easter break on Monday May 9th at 4.30pm. Newcomers welcome. Further enquiries to Maureen on 0863702719 or 043 334954.

Progressive twenty five

Winners in Saint Dominics Centre last Thursday night were Packie and Larry 13 games they win eighty euro; Sean and Billy 12 games fifty euro. Table prizes Val and Pat Ned and Dan Niall ad Liz all get twenty euro each. Raffle winners Betty Geraghty, Bill Rogers Mickey Kelly Bridie Dolan all get ten euro each. Play begins at 9.30pm next week.

Harvest festival

The meeting arranged for the El Paso on next Friday night will go ahead at the earlier time of nine o’clock pm. Due to another function later in the night the harvest festival meeting will be held very sharp at 9pm. All members please take note of earlier time. The committee hope to have this meting over at ten o’clock in order to be able to attend the later function.


There was widespread shock and sadness over the entire locality when the news of the very sudden and unexpected death of Liam Murphy of Coolnahinch began to filter through last Friday April 28th. Liam who was in his eighty fourth year was in reasonably good health up to his demise on Thursday night. Friday morning he had been carrying on with running his farm on a limited basis up to his death. Liam lived in Coolnahinch all his life where he worked his farm with his late brother Dan. He was a very popular man in the locality down through his eighty plus years everybodys friend and nobodys enemy. He was a very keen farmer, a very good neighbour always ready to help out especially at community level, very generous in his support of voluntary efforts. He never travelled too far from home just a few drinks and a conversation in the local pubs in the village. We offer our sincere sympathy to his brother Vincent in England and to his sister Peggy Lennon Curracreehan, to his extended family nephews nieces grandnephews and grand nieces, cousins and neighbours. He will be removed to Saint Dominics church on this monday evening and buried in the family plot in kilcommock after eleven o’clock mass on Tuesday morning.


We also extend our sympathy to Kelly families and extended families of Abbeyderg on the death of their sister Patricia (Patsy) Kelly Phillips which occurred in Buckinghamshire in England. Patsy is the second youngest member of the Kelly family of Abbeysderg and had spent most of her adult life in England where she reared her family. She returned to live in her native Kenagh for a short period about eight years ago. To her brothers sisters brothers in law sisters in law nephews and nieces we offer our sympathy. She will be buried in England.

Thank you

Kenagh Parents Association thank most sincerely all those who worked hard to make their Easter fete such a success. We owe huge thank to all who baked cakes donated items to sell organised stalls and turned up on the day to help. This year we had a huge volume of willing hands to our local art ad craft stall holders we thank you for raising funds which are used for the children of St Dominics National School Mary Moran Joan Mulvihill Daphne Duncan Edel Olece Paddy Egan Lil Madden Teresa Hourican Jane Margaret and Mary Jo . We are as always very thankful to our MC Tony Moran who works extremely hard on our behalf. Bernie Walshe and Lucy Newman ran the refreshments with great humour – thank you. Also Mary Moran Fr Tom Barden and Paddy Belton who each year give great support along wih John Donlon and Sarah Donlon we than you sincerely. Marina , Sylvia and Sean did wonderful work in entertaining the children – thank you. Danny Walshe and staff of St Dominicks Community Centre give of their time so readily. We are very appreciative to you the public who turn out each year to you a huge thank you without all of your support the fete would be impossible. Finally our sponsors who came up trumps yet again. Our Kenagh sponsors Marion Malone Kitty Doyle, Eileen Lawlor Patsy and Robert McKenna and R O’Boyle. Our Longford sponsors .The Chinese gourmet Dublin St Ward Pharmacy ,Graftons hair salon, boots the chemist supermacs and Cool Beans Sincere thank to you all – see you next year.