Weekly News Roundup - Wednesday 5 Nov 2003
Cllr. Jim Townsend, Ballybar Upper, has made representations to Carlow County Council regarding the provision of a pedestrian crossing/ramp with flashing amber lights in front of the entrance to the local school.
There have been several complaints recently about cars speeding through the village at this location and such a crossing would be in the interests of the safety of the schoolchildren and the general public in the area.
The two green and white reflectorised poles, which marked the road leading to Tinryland at the N 80 Junction at Ballinacarrig, have recently gone missing and it is hoped that these will be replaced as soon as possible.
Reaching Out Newsletter
This years Parish Magazine "Reaching Out" is currently being prepared. Anyone who would like to submit an article, report, interesting photograph or other item for publication should forward same to Maureen Byrne, Ballybar Upper before Sunday November 22nd.
The wedding took place on Friday October 17 in St. Joseph's Church, Tinryland of Richard Keogh, son of John and Jeanette, Park and Joanne Doyle, daughter of Peter and Dympna, Redcross, Wicklow. The celebrant was Fr. John McEvoy while the Best Man was Christopher Keogh, brother of groom and the flowergirl was Caitlyn Keogh. The reception was held in Mount Wolseley, Tullow and the honeymoon was spent in Cyprus.
Dublin City Marathon
Tina Doyle, Rathcrogue made her marathon debut in the Dublin City Marathon on Monday last. The many days of training and tireless fundraising for the Haven Day Care Centre in Tullow paid off as she managed to complete the 26-mile race well under her target time of 4 hours. Tinryland AC newcomer John Maye, Myshall and John Behan, Rathoe both completed the gruelling event in 3 hours 27 minutes.
Tinryland Juvenile Athlete Deirdre Doyle had a great performance to finish 2nd in the Girls Under 15 Race at the Leinster Cross Country Championships in Mullingar on Sunday last.
Tommy Payne was a good 4th in the highly competitive Veterans Event while Dwayne Farrell and Willie Quinlan had fine runs in the Novice Race, finishing 7th and 13th respectively.
St Josephs 7- Burrin Celtic 0
Ryan Curran stole the show scoring five goals in the first 27 minutes to give Joey's a comfortable win against a very game but young Burrin side. All of Ryan's goals were of such a high quality the away keeper despite having a brilliant game could do nothing about any of them. HT5-0
The second half saw the home side continue to dominate the game and Brian Farrell scored the sixth with an unlucky own goal giving Josephs their seventh. Best for St Josephs were Ryan Curran, Jeff Sutton and Ciaran Williamson
New Oak Boys 3- St Josephs 0
St Josephs are gradually finding their feet at this level and put up a very good display against a strong New Oak team. It was 1-0 to the home side at half time and it was only in the last few minutes that Joey's conceded the second and third. Best for St Josephs were Michael Hennessy in goal, Ambrose Doran and Darren Fingleton.
St Josephs 5-Burrin Celtic 2
A good crowd from both clubs turned up to see what turned out to be one of the best games of the season. Both teams were evenly matched and Joey's were just in front 1-0 at half time after end to end football provided great entertainment. The second half saw the away side level after about five minutes and then it was a case of who could keep going the better and this young Joey's team showed that they have loads of courage as well as skill. With every member of the squad playing well Joey's scored three quick goals to collect the points. With minutes to go Joey's got their fifth and Burrin got their second in the last minute. The prolific Martin Mullins scored 4 goals with Finn Lynch getting the fifth. In a game where everyone played well Clodagh McGrath, Sean Kirwan and Eoin Field were outstanding.
On Saturday 8th Nov Joey's under 13s take on Stretford United in the third round of the SFAI Cup at home with the kick off at 10:30. This should be a thrilling match and your support would be really appreciated. Following this match both St Josephs under 10 teams will be at home.
St Josephs are holding a table quiz on the 21st November. Tables of four cost 20 Euro and we hope that all parents and supporters will make sure that this is a very good night. To book your tables contact any member of the committee or any of the managers.
The Mick Brennan Memorial Under 9 Football Tournament was held under ideal conditions in Tinryland on Monday last.
6 teams contested the tournament with Athy, Tinryland, Eire Og, Castledermot, Portlaoise and O'Dempsey's the teams involved. After some very good games, Athy and Tinryland emerged as group winners and contested the A Final where Athy won on a score of 2-3 to 1-3 after an exciting game.
Castledermot gained a 2-point victory in the B Final over Eire Og while Portlaoise edged out fellow Laois team O'Dempsey's in the C Final.
Great credit is due to Martin Kirwan and Paddy Townsend and Tinryland Juvenile Football Club for organising this tournament.
Tinryland Foroige Club will resume meetings on Friday next, November 7th in Rathcrogue Centre between 7 and 8.30 pm.
Each Friday night the club will participate in activities, meetings and games as well as taking part in inter club events throughout the year.
The club caters for young people between the ages of 12 and 18.
All new and existing members are welcome to attend.
Tinryland ICA will hold their monthly meeting tonight (Wednesday) at 8 pm in Rathcrogue Centre. There will be a demonstration of Christmas Flower arranging. All new members are welcome.
There will be a coach tour to Dublin on Sunday November 9th visiting Johnstown Garden Centre and the Windsor Sunday Markets in Tallaght.
There will be a visit to the shrine of the Blessed Charles in Mount Argus for 4 pm where there will be a public blessing.
For further information please contact Eithne Ryan at 9722004 or Edward Dawson at 9159109.
The Irish Society for Autism will hold their annual Churchgate Collection in St. Joseph's Church, Tinryland on the weekend of November 8th and 9th. All support would be greatly appreciated.