Weekly News Roundup - Wednesday 9 Jul 2003
Tinryland Intermediate footballers maintained their interest in the Carlow I.F.C. with a hard fought draw with Eire Og at Spellman Park Kildavin on Sunday last. This was a game that Tinryland could have and should have won but a litany of missed chances in the second half allowed Eire Og to stay in contact and the town team could have also won as they missed two gilt edged goal chances in the closing stages. After Tinryland had scored first after 20 seconds from the boot of Paul Doyle it was Eire Og who dominated the next 15 minutes with the aid of the strong breeze. Tinryland then moved Willie Power to midfield and by the 20th minute the scores were level at 4 points each. In a hard fought end to the first half both sides scored a point apiece to leave the scores level at the break.
On the resumption Eire Og scored first and it took Tinryland 11 minutes to register their first score of the second half. Despite losing midfielder John “Brick” Farrell with a nasty arm injury Tinryland began to dominate but some diabolical shooting ensured Eire Og maintained contact going into the closing stages. With 3 minutes remaining Alan Barrett slotted over two quick points to edge Tinryland ahead but Eire Og got the equalizer on the stroke of full time to maintain their interest in this years championship.
Best for Tinryland were goalkeeper Anthony Gaule who brought off a wonderful save near the end and he was well supported by Mark Doran, John Murphy, Connie Guidera, Brian Foster, Willie Power, Niall and Alan Barrett, Paul Doyle and Paul Kenny.
Tinrylands next game will be this coming weekend against St. Andrews.
Other teams from the club had mixed luck during the week. The U14 Division 2 team qualified for the latter stages of the championship by defeating St. Mullins by 1 point on Monday of last week. Best for Tinryland were Brian O’Halloran, Colm Nolan, Darren Murphy, Michael Mullen and Darren Hanlon.
Tinryland juniors were well beaten by St Andrews in the S.F.L division 4 while the U16 team were also well beaten by a strong Ballon team.
The Flower blooms at Bellewstown races.
Locally owned racehorse Electric Flower finally came good on Wednesday last when winning the Bumper at Bellewstown races. The aptly named six year old gelding by Jolly Jake is jointly owned by Tinryland Electrical Contractor Shay Byrne and by Frank Doyle of the Arboretum Garden centre in Leighlinbridge. On Wednesday last Electric Flower was given a fine ride by his regular jockey Pa Murphy who hails from Nurney Co. Carlow.
The winning horse started a well backed favourite in the 2 mile 1 furlong race and had a comfortably winning margin at the winning post. Electric Flower is trained in Gowran by Tony Mullins and may run next at Killarney races next week.
A large congregation attended the annual cemetery mass which was held outdoors on Friday evening last. The celebrant was Fr. John McEvoy P.P. The permanent grave caretakers Pat McArdle and Peter Nolan can take much credit for the overall maintenance of the cemetery as well as the many families who had their burial plots resplendent on the night.
A developmental delay can cause difficulties in a child’s life, particularly in learning. Learning to read, write, spell, add and subtract. It may also effect concentration, coordination, balance or behaviour. The Institute of Neurodevelopmental Therapy (Ireland) trains professionals from the Medical and Educational fields as Therapists. Liz Franklin, one of the founder members of I.N.D.T.I will be tonight’s speaker. Liz has many years of experience working in this area. She and local therapists Margaret Doyle, Bernie Finnegan and Regina Doheny will be available after the talk and will be happy to answer any individual queries that you may have. All are welcome and admission is free.
A meeting of Tinryland A/C will be held in the Rathcrogue centre on Wednesday July 9th at 8-30 p.m. At the recent Leinster A.A.I juvenile C’ships in Tullamore Amanda Cassidy finished 2nd in the 100m u14 with Philip Condron failing to make the final of the Boys 100m u15 by .01 of a second.
New Box of Envelopes
The Parish Council would like to thank all who support the Parish Development fund by using the weekly envelopes. They would like to see more people using these envelopes. For the Sundays of July and August 2003 there will be a weekly draw based on the envelopes. Please write your name on the outside to facilitate identifying the winner. The weekly prize will be €25. The draw will take place in the parochial house after 11 a.m. on Sundays. The result will be published in the newsletter the following weekend.
The completed sheets are now due so that the results can be collected over the next few weeks. Area representatives should collect as soon as possible. Many thanks for your co-operation in this project.
Organised by St Josephs Young Priests Society.
(A) To Our Lady’s Island, Wexford on Sunday 27th July 2003. Bus departing Tinryland. Seats cost €12 each. Ceremonies at Our Lady’s Island commence at 3 p.m. Bookings: contact Josie Kelly 087-8324656.
(B) To Lourdes from 2nd to 7th October 2003. Cost: €599. Contact Josie Kelly 087-8324656
Area 11 boys basketball team were defeated by Pilltown (Kilkenny) by six points in the community games South East finals. Unfortunately the girls U13 team had to concede victory to the same opposition because of an incomplete squad. The young U16 girls team will meet New Ross this evening Wednesday in their final.