Kilrush-Askamore Coiste na n-Óg

U-14 hurling v Liam Mellows at home this Thursday at 7.30pm.
The  U-10 footballers lost out to Buffers Alley last Wednesday and beat Ferns on Friday evening. They play a football blitz in Craanford this Wednesday evening and are hurling against Ferns in Ballyroebuck on Friday evening.
U-12s beat Buffers Alley in football on Tuesdsay and they will play them again this week at home on Tuesday in hurling.
Hard luck to the U-16s who were beaten by Gusserane in the quarter final of their hurling league on Monday last.
The Final of the Tom Rath Tournament is on Sunday next against Bunclody. Congratulations to the U-10s Kilrush Askamore Camogie Team who became County Champions on Saturday last. Well done girls, mentors, parents and everyone involved.
Anyone with hurls that are not being used please bring them to your mentors so that they can be passed on to others, which wll save some expense on parents.
Could you please also save your Lucozade Sport / Lite bottle tops and give them to your mentors as the club can avail of free equipment when they have saved enough bottle tops?
A big thank you to everyone who participated in the Bag Pack in Supervalu, Bunclody.  The amount raised was €1,035. Thanks to Supervalu in Bunclody for their help.
 Thanks to everyone for their continued help.
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Kilrush-Askamore Coiste na n-Óg

The under 10s had wins during the week over Naomh Eanna and Liam Mellows. They play Ballygarrett in football at home on Monday, and Oilgate away in hurling on Friday evening. The GAA Cul Camp in Craanford last week was enjoyed by those who took part.

U-14s footballers had a good win last week against Craanford. There is no U-14 match this week.

U-12s played Ballygarrett in football last Tuesday evening and won. They play hurling in Bunclody at 7.30pm this Tuesday evening.

There is no U-16 match this week. They lost out to Marshalstown last Monday evening by a small margin.

Well done to the GAA teams who took part in the quiz nights in Askamore during last week. GAA1 got through to the finals on Sunday evening. No results at this time. The Coiste na nOg team did very well, only losing out in a tiebreaker on Thursday night for a place in the finals.

Good luck to all with matches this week.

Don’t forget the Kilrush Field Day which takes place after the Patron next Sunday in Kilrush. Everyone welcome.

Kilrush-Askamore Coiste na n-Óg

U-10s play football against Naomh Eanna 2 on Wednesday evening in Gorey at 7 o’clock. They will hurl against Liam Mellows in Coolgreany on Fri evening at 7.30pm.
U-14s beat Marshalstown at home last Thursday, and will play Craanford away next Thursday at 7.30pm.
U-16s lost out to Gorey B last Friday evening, and Minors footballers had a hard-fought battle to come out winners by one point in Clonard last Wednesday evening.
Good luck to all teams in their games this week.
There will be a field day in Ballyroebuck on Sunday August 4th after the Kilrush Patron in conjunction with the Parish and Kilrush Hall Commitee – your support would be greatly appreciated.

Kilrush-Askamore Coiste na n-Óg

The under 10s have no game this week. Training on Sat  morning at 10am – Hurling and football.

U-14s won by 2 points last week v St. James in a 10 goal game. This Thursday, football against Marshalstown,at home at 7.30pm.

Good luck to all with matches this week. Upcoming events….Midweek voices this Wednesday 8-9pm with Dan Walsh on South East radio is all about Askamore and its environs, and the clubs and groups in the area. Both the Senior Club and Coiste na nOg are featured on this program.

There will be a field day in Kilrush on Sunday August 4th after the Kilrush Patron in conjunction with the Parish and Kilrush Hall Commitee, your support would be greatly appreciated.

Ballyellis N.S. Parents’ Association News

Our annual field day will be taking place on Sunday 3rd of June
following the patron mass in Askamore. Baking donations, homemade
buns, cakes etc. would be greatly appreciated for the cake stall and
tea tent.

All houses will also be asked to donate items for the bottle
and book stalls.

Raffle cards are also out now and all proceeds from
both fundraisers will be going towards the building of the new
extension.

Work on this is due to commence during the mid-term break
in May and is scheduled to be completed by Sept 2012.

The recent cake sale held after mass in Askamore on April 15th raised
€548.60 which will also be going towards the building. This is
appreciated as is the continued support of the people, especially in
these tough economic times. The school extension is a major project
which is necessary due to numbers increasing and it will be a huge
benefit to the comfort and education of our children for years to
come.