Kickham news

November 7, 2018

Lotto 24/06/13
No’s drawn 16,22,23,24
no winner
2nd chance 1,000
No’s drawn 4,9,18,27
no winner
Next weeks Jackpot 4,200
Draw in Bertie’s Bar
Lucky Dip’s
2 x 50euro
Phelim Carbery, Jnr, Bishopswood
Sean Bradshaw, Ballinamona

5 x 30 euro
Aggie Horgan, Clareen
Mgt Heffernan, Dundrum
M & M, c/o Lacey’s
Mary T Ryan, Doon
Paddy Hennessy, c/o S Breen
seller:Breda Horgan

Hard luck to our senior hurlers who were beaten by Roscrea in Templemore on Sunday evening last. They had looked very strong in the first half as
aided by the wind they built up a good lead at the break. The north lads did equally as well with the aid of the elements and as our lads struggled
to take scores at vital times Roscrea edged ahead to win on the night. Our season of senior hurling is now over and we thank the management and
players for their efforts for the past few months.

Our junior hurlers had a good win over Clonoulty Rossmore on Saturday evening last well done to all concerned.

The committee would like to remind people that community alert is as important in the summer months as it is in the winter. We would ask that
everyone would remain vigilant in their areas, and be aware of any vehicles and passengers which may be acting suspicious. All information,
including type of vehicle and registration can be phoned or by text to the community alert phone in strictest confidence.

Knockavilla Community Council would like to thank all who contributed to our church gate collections held recently.

The cemetery masses in the parish will take place in Ballintemple cemetery on Tuesday 16th July at 7.30pm, and in St. Senans cemetery, Knockavilla
on Wednesday 17th July also at 7.30pm.

Congratulation to Monsignor Willie Slattery P.P. of Gloucester, who celebrated 25 years ordained a priest last week. His parishioners in Gloucester
celebrated the occasion with a special mass of thanksgiving followed by a parish reception held in the local community hall, which was attended by
members of his family.


The first Dundrum international Dexter gathering will take place in Dundrum from the 20th to 22nd august.

The historic village of Dundrum is located in the beautiful golden vale, the heartland of Irish farming,

close to the famous rock of Cashel, and surrounded by unspoiled mountains, rivers and countryside


Event opening, welcome drinks reception & dinner in Dundrum house hotel

Showcasing Dexter beef, the best of local & organic produce, & live entertainment


The republic of Ireland’s first ever stock show & judging of Dexter cattle

Also featuring the Kerry and Irish Moiled breeds of native cattle & Kerry Bog Ponies. Dexter presentations with contributors from Ireland and overseas. Unveiling of sign honouring the Dexter’s historic association with Dundrum.

The Dexter village gathering in the historic Dundrum village centre.

Evening entertainment in the old village with fun activities, local food and music


Dexter farm walk and guided cultural tour of the surrounding area.

Dexter gourmet lunch event in killenure castle, a historic seat of the O’Dwyer clan,a unique atmosphere & delicious buffet lunch at this magical medieval site. Dexter presentations with contributors from Ireland and overseas. Festival closing at Austie’s Irish music night in Dundrum house hotel

To book your accommodation and Dexter Dinner as a package please contact Dundrum House Hotel by June 30th

Reservations at (062) 71116 or email
To book tickets for the Dexter Dinner only on Tuesday 20th August contact Michele Crowe by June 30th

Reservations at (062) 71717 or email

For the Killenure Castle Gourmet Dexter Lunch Event on Thursday 22nd August contact Eavaun at (062) 71498

or (087) 6402664 . To book online see Early concession before May 31st.

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