Ballina/Boher News

November 8, 2018

Friday Church Services in Ballina: After 10am Mass, the Blessed Sacrament is exposed until 5pm. Prayer of the Church and Benediction at 1.05pm. Why not come along and pray awhile.
Recently Deceased: Please remember in your prayers the soul of Tom Molamphy, Beechlawn whose funeral took place recently.
Third Age –Senior Helpline: Do you need someone to talk too? Senior Helpline is a confidential listening service for older people provided by trained older volunteers for the price of al local call anywhere in Ireland. Senior Helpline is open every day, 365 days a year. You can access this service on LoCall 1850 440 444.
Recently Baptised: Please We welcome into God’s family: Jean Paschal Mobokha Tansia, son of Clara, Cnoc Cluain who was baptized recently.
Riverside Pool Committee: The AGM will be held on Wednesday, May 16th at 7pm at the Riverside Pool. All are welcome to attend.
Sympathy: The GAA club would like to extend its sympathy to the Molamphy family, Beechlawn
on the death of Tom Molamphy. Tom played with Ballina in the early seventies and with his native Portroe in his earlier hurling career. Tom was Chairman of our club between 1978-80 and he had a lifetime association with the club. Ar Dheis de gur raibh a anam dilis.

Tickets: Tickets for the Tipp-Limerick game will be on sale in the Complex on Friday evening, May
18th at 9.00pm. Unsold tickets have to be returned no tickets will be available after this date.

County Draw: This Draw was launched in the Eire Og Complex recently and features some of the most attractive prizes since the start of the draw and will include 25 cars in the Skoda Range. Promoters will be out and about the parish in the coming weeks. Your continued support is critical for this Draw, which is a lifeline for both club and county.

Hurling: The Junior B Hurlers played Templederry in the North Tipperary League on Sunday evening in Ballina in poor weather conditions. Ballina played with the wind in the first half and the teams were 0-5 apiece at the interval. Templederry made the most of the strong wind in the second half and ran out 1-12 to 0-7 winners.