The death has taken place at his residence of Mr. Liam McGirl, Drumcoura. His funeral took place on Wednesday of last week following concelebrated Mass in St. Mary’s Church, Drumlea to the adjoining cemetery. At the removal on Tuesday evening a Guard of Honour, drawn from Drumreilly G.A.A. Club, the F.C.A. and Drumreilly Active Age

Group escorted the flag-draped coffin into the crowded church. Sympathy is extended to his wife Joan, daughters, Rose and Elaine, son Jerome, brothers Pat, Tony and John, grandson, daughter-in-law, nephews, nieces, cousins, in-laws and other relatives and friends. Faoi chúmhdach na naingeal go raibh a anam dílis.

G.A.A. Draw

Drumreilly G.A.A. Club is running a Draw with the proceeds going to further development at Páirc Droim Oir Bhealaigh. The prizes are as follows: 1st: €3,000; 2nd: €1,000; 3rd: €500 and five further prizes of €100 each. Tickets at €20 each are on sale, and you are requested to support a cause in which a lot of voluntary effort has already led to impressive additions to the amenity.

Shoebox Appeal

As a result of the current recession Team Hope will not be operating the annual Christmas Shoebox Appeal in 2013. It is hoped that a different form of aid for children in foreign countries will be in operation.

Active Age Snippets

All Groups are reminded that The Drumreilly Active Age Halloween Social will take place in Drumreilly Community Centre on Tuesday October 29th. Non members are also cordially invited. The Drumreilly and Fenagh Group members enjoyed the bowling session in Ck on Shannon on last Friday night. Well done to Bridie Donohoe who held the highest score on the night. All members are requested to attend this Wednesday night’s meeting to make arrangements for the Halloween Social. A date to remember is the Templeport Social on Tuesday November 5th.

Non starter

Drumreilly, unable to field a team at the appointed time for the Division 1 fixture in Carrickmakeegan against Manorhamilton on Saturday last were forced to concede the points.

Recalling October 1993

Wedding bells rang in St. Joseph’s Church, Aughavas for Pádraig Gaffney and Maura Mitchell. Drumreilly beat Gortletteragh and Kiltubrid and failed against Mohill, but a win over Dromahaire took them to a 2-10 to 2-6 victory over Kiltubrid on November 14th in the

U-16s Special League final. Aughawillan took both Senior League points in their game against Drumreilly. Work on the £23million Ballinamore-Ballyconnell project was almost complete. Renovation of St. Mary’s Church was well under way with roof timbers, felting and tiling nearing completion. The deaths took place of Carrickmakeegan-born Mrs. Molly Cochrane nee Maxwell, Dun Laoghaire, former Drumlea resident Brigid McAweeney nee McKeon, Danny McGoohan, Aughoo and Sranadarragh-born Michael Keegan U.S.A. RIP.