Templemore news


Results from May 28 - 12 games: Margaret Bourke and Johnny Bourke; 11 games: Phil Sheedy and Mick Keeshan; 10 games: Bridget O’Dea and Phelim O’Dea, Biddy Gleeson and Mary Martin; 20th game: Michael Bourke and Martin Walsh.

Raffle: Mary Martin, Phil Brennan and Paddy Joyce. Game every Sunday night in Loughmore Hall at 8.30pm. All are welcome.


Many thanks for your generosity at our weekend collections. It enables SVP to give a helping hand to people who are finding things difficult at the moment with increased cost of groceries and household bills. You give people hope when they are feeling helpless. If you find that it is a struggle to make ends meet although you are working hard, then SVP may be able to assist with those worrying expenses. Your income may not have kept up with the increases in the cost of living. Rather than having bills accumulate, an intervention from SVP may put an end to sleepless nights. You can get in touch by ringing your local conference on 085 800 7021, ringing the SVP regional office in Limerick on 061 317327 or email info.midwest@svp.ie.


A monster BBQ and family fun day will take place in Templetuohy this coming Sunday. All proceeds in aid of Moyne/Templetouhy Camogie Club and Templetuohy Community playground. Your support will be very much appreciated on the day.


Results from May 28 - Top score: Joan Carroll. Other winners: Nellie McGrath, Josie Whelan, Breda Moloughney, Deirdre Conlon, Rosanne Corcoran and Helen Lyons. Raffle: Phil Dunne and Ann Kiely. Game every Sunday night at 8pm in the McAuley Centre.


Please pray for all those who have died recently:

Liam O’Dea, Main Street.

Myles McMorrow, McDonagh Terrace.

John Loughnane, Church Avenue.

Kathleen Rusk (née Doolan), The Park.

Brian Hanley, Dublin and formerly Main Street.

John Armitage, Galway and formerly Bank Street.

John Joe Shanahan, Rathleasty.

Thomas Meagher, Deansgrange, Co Dublin and formerly Patrick Street.

George Doherty, Sandymount, Co Dublin and formerly Lacey Avenue.

Mary Lennon (née Barnaville), Marian Road.

Pat Enright, Whitefield.

May their gentle souls rest in eternal peace.