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Weekly News Roundup - Wednesday 27 Oct 2004

Tinryland Senior Citizens Monster draw

Tickets are currently on sale for the Tinryland senior citizens monster draw in aid of the Christmas party fund. Prizes include a DVD player, Meal voucher, Fruit Hamper, Fuel Voucher and many other items. The draw will take place on Friday 19th November during the Tinryland Gun Club fundraising night. Cards are on sale from any committee member or from Deanes Shop.

Bus Tour

There will be a coach tour on Saturday October 30th to the Emmanuel House of Providence in Clonfert, Galway for a Day of Prayer and Healing with Eddie Stones and Fr. Noel Burke. Early booking essential. For further information please contact Eithne Ryan at 9722004.

Churchgate Collection

The Irish Society for Autism will hold their annual Churchgate Collection in St. Joseph's Church, Tinryland on the weekend of October 30th and 31st. All support would be greatly appreciated.

Horticulture Course

A 12 week Horticulture Training Course will commence shortly in Carlow (half day per week). For further details contact John Hayden at CANDO Ltd. At 059-9133457. Funding is available for this course for smallholder families in County Carlow.

St. Joseph’s Provide Cup Upset

St. Joseph’s provided the biggest shock in the 2nd round of the Carlow League Shield with an excellent 4-3 win over Premier League Wolfhill Athletic in Tinryland recently. Joseph’s came from behind three times in the opening period through a John Doyle goal and a brace from Colm Doran. With the scores level at 3-3 at the interval, the home side upped their performance in the 2nd half, taking the game to their more fancied opponents from the restart. After missing a penalty on the hour mark, Shane Delaney quickly made amends to score the winner with 20 minutes remaining. St. Joseph’s were best served by Michael Moore, Brian Foster, Shane Delaney and John Paul Moore.
The Div 4 game between St. Joseph’s and Tullow Town which was to be held on Sunday last was postponed due to a bereavement.

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