Kerry Hospice Coffee Morning: Thursday 20th September 10am – 1pm in the Club Rooms, Castlegregory. Come along for a chat and a cuppa. All donations stay local
YOGA in the Club Rooms, Castlegregory from the 26th September.
Wednesday @ 9.45am and 7pm. Friday @ 9.45 am.
NEW: KIDS YOGA from Wednesday 26th at 3.15 pm - 4.15pm
Please call or message me for more info and to book Carol O’Connor: 087 2278605
Irish Lessons: Anyone interested in learning/improving conversational Irish in the Maharees this Autumn/Winter? Text or call Kay on 086 1017383
Slainte Seniors’ Social Club every Monday 10.30am – 12 noon in the Club Rooms. For more information please contact Debbie: 087 2989537
Sandy Feet Farm, Camp: Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm after 2nd Sept. Tel 086 1585337. www.sandyfeetfarm.ie
Lending Library: There are a variety of books for adults and children in our lending library in the small room in the Club Rooms. Come and borrow for free!
The Community Alert Group: Pendant alarms have been successfully installed for several residents in the community, who are happy with the results. The alarms provide a good measure of security. We are still submitting applications. If you are over 65 and even if you have an alarm that is no longer working you can apply. Please contact the Office: 066 7139422
Active Retired Lunches with music, light entertainment and bingo: Every Tuesday 1 – 4 pm in the Club Rooms. New members needing transport arrangements, please contact Michelle on 087 7871845. If you are unable to attend please let us know in advance if possible
Chiropodist: will be in the Small Hall on Tuesday 23rd October and 4th December. For house visits contact Michelle, Active Retired on 087 787 1845.
Get Out… Get Active! Tuesday Walks - Come along. Suitable For All Abilities: Meeting point Spar Car Park Tuesdays at 10.30am. For more information please contact Debbie: 087 2989537
Ladies Club Friday 14th & Sunday 16th September, 18 Hole Stroke (GOY) kindly sponsored by Sandra Nyhan, 1st Miriam Mulhall-Nolan (29) 66 Nett, 2nd Carmel Kearney (6) 67 Nett, 3rd Merlyn O’Connor (19) 70 Nett
Over 50’s: Wednesday 12th September, 9 Hole Stableford,1st Joan Cantillon (23) 18 pts.
Men’s Club Sunday 16th September, Monthly Medal, 18 Hole Stroke kindly sponsored by Ashes of Camp, 1st George Nash (12) 65 Nett, 2nd Pat Doody (7) 69 Nett, Best Gross: Bryan Tess 80, 3rd Philip Ahern, Front 9: Aidan Smith (13) 31.5, Back 9: Tom Leen (16) 31, Best Senior: John Flynn (18) 72 Nett.
Seniors: Thursday 13th September, 9 Hole Stableford, 1st Fred Garvey (7) 19 pts.
Ladies Club: Friday 21st & Sunday 23rd September, Captain Pat Doody’s Prize to the Ladies, 18 Holes Stableford. Friday 10 am Draw. Sunday Timesheet.
Friday 28th September Ladies Open Day, The John Browne Memorial Perpetual Scratch Cup,18 Hole Stroke (GOY), Gross & Nett Prizes Kindly sponsored by Padraig Quirke, Quirke’s Garage. Timesheet is now open. Please contact the Clubhouse on (066) 7139444 to reserve your tee time.
Ladies Over 50’s: Wed. 19th September, 9 Hole Stableford. Draw 10.00am
Men’s Club: Sunday 23rd September, Lady Captain Mary Ciepierski’s Prize to the Men, 18 Hole Stableford, Time Sheet.
Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th September, The John Browne Memorial Perpetual Intermediate & Junior Scratch Cups, 18 Hole Stroke Kindly Sponsored by Tomasins Bar & Restaurant, Timesheet now open. Please contact the Clubhouse on (066) 7139444 to reserve your tee time.
Seniors: Thursday 20th September, 9 Hole Stableford. Draw at 9:30 am.
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Soccer: Castle Celtic started their league campaign off today winning 5 - 1 in emphatic style.
Castle hosted Killarney Athletic B today in magnificent conditions for a game.
Killarney imposed themselves imminently on the game moving the ball through the lines quickly. With one long range effort coming close to opening the score line... Castle slowly started to come into the game with tremendous work from the two centre midfielders of Maurice Slattery and Conor Shannon breaking up the play and moving the ball through the channels. Steve Speirs and Michael Scanlon giving their markers a horrid time pressing high and launching attacks. The breakthrough came in the first half when a ball in from the left wing saw Michael Scanlon throw a boot at it and rocketted it in off the bar.
With Killarney pressing for an equaliser Castles defence stood firm with Alan McNamara marshalling the back line. Dylan Hoare saw most of the action of the first half down his wing, but he was well able for the challenge not letting anything get by him.
Castles second goal came from the boot of Brandon Hoare. After breaking down a Killarney Attack. The ball broke out the wing to Steve Speirs where he played it into the feet of Brandon, who turned and ran at the defence after beating 4 defenders finding himself in the box on the opposite side he retrieved the ball he let a powerful shot into the keepers far bottom corner. The momentum swinging in Castles favour at the right time in the game. With a few minutes left until the second half.
Within 30seconds of the restart Castle had the ball in the back of the net again. A long ball out of defence saw Kevin Power get behind killarneys defence on the right wing, as he crossed Brandon had made a massive run to the front post where he appeared to miss hit it but it still ended up in the net.
Castle were in control of the game at this stage. Working hard all over the park. A Killarney free kick inside there own half was launched forward which saw a glancing header into the empty net as Castles keeper was caught in no mans land. 3 - 1 game on.....
But again within minutes of Killarney getting 1 back, Castle got a free kick on the left wing which was floated into the box where Michael Scanlon found himself jumping alone, was able to steer the ball over the keeper into the net.
Castle began to empty the bench but Michael Scanlon had one more piece of magic to deliver as he found himself in a green arce after a defence splitting pass from Maurice Slattery. Michael coolly slotted the ball passed the keeper. Leaving the scoreline 5 - 1
We would like to Thank Killarney Athletic B for the game and Eddie O'Mahony for being in charge.
Dylan Hoare, Alan McNamara, Enda Whelan, Damian McMahon
Michael Scanlon, Conor Shannon, Maurice Slattery, Steve Speirs
Brandon Hoare, Kevin Power
David O'Brien, Conor O'Brien, Thomas Butler, Darragh Butler, Christopher Smith, Cormac Cronin, Dominic Spillane
Castlegregory GAA Membership is now due for 2018. Cost €30 for non playing single member and €50 for a couple and can be paid to any committee member.
Old Fire Station is now open as a gym for new members. For more information contact Colm Sills or Seán Spillane on 087 2572662.
Whist every Thursday evening from 8pm in the Clubrooms.
Ladies: 1st Catherine O’Dowd, 2nd Mary O’Connor
Interval: Kathleen Hennessy, Anne O’Connor
Gents: 1st Pat Moore, 2nd Eileen Hickson
Interval: Rita Walsh, Jackie Goodwin
Mystery: Helen O’Mahony, Lyn Sexton
Calendars for 2019 are now on sale for €10
Size of posters for the notice board in the Village no bigger than A4 please!
Castlegregory notes : We would like to invite anyone in the parish to submit items that they would like included in the Castlegregory notes. The column is for you, so we welcome your input. The notes need to be in before 11am on Monday. Thank you.