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Week 24/07/2011

posted Jul 19, 2011, 4:56 AM by Unknown user

Success at Munster Fleadh Cheoil .
 
Well done to all from the parish who took part in the Munster Fleadh Cheoil which was held in Ballincollig at the weekend.   
Karen Whelan came 3rd Accordian, 15-18;  Fergal Breen 1st piano,  2nd flute,  1st whistle,  1st uileann pipes,  all 12-15;  
Lily O'Connor 3rd concertina, u12;  Conor Arkins 3rd fiddle and 3rd Saxaphone, both 15-18;  
Killian Shannon 1st Tenor Guitar, 3rd Banjo and 1st Mandolin, all Senior;  Barry Heagney, Ross O'Donovan, 
Sean O'Doherty came 3rd in Trio, 12-15;  Burren Band came 2nd u12, Burren Ceili Band came 1st, 12-15;  Inis Og Ceili Band came 2nd, 15-18;  Burren Group 2nd, u12;  Burren Group 2nd, 12-15 and Inis Og Group came 1st, 15-18.
 
Ladies Football.
 
Leah Morgan, from Dysart, is a member of the Banner Ladies Football team,  which reached the final of the u12, Division 2 Championship which was played in Miltown Malbay last week.  They met West Clare Gaels in the final who defeated them by three points.
 
Recent Deaths.
 
The death took place last week of Simon Moroney of Hazelgrove, Ruan, at his home, at the age of 91 years.   Simon worked as assistant Land Steward on the farm at Our Lady's Hospital, Ennis, for many years, until his retirement twenty six years ago.   He continued to keep a garden at the home he shared with his wife, Eileen.   He was known for his neat ways and his thoroughness in gardening - he was never happier than when he was working the land.   His sense of humour and his dry wit were enjoyed by those he came in contact with. 
 Simon's remains were removed from his home on Thursday morning to St. Mary's Church, Ruan, and, following concelebrated requiem Mass, he was laid to rest in the adjoining Graveyard.  
He is survived by his, wife, Eileen, daughters, Marianne, Helen, Dympna, Geraldine, Claire and Noelette, sons in law, grandchildren, great grandchildren, sister in law, extended family and many friends.
 
The death has also taken place of Michael Hynes of Aughrimkelly, Ruan in the Regional Hospital, Limerick, last week. Michael spent his life farming, and he had a special interest in breeding horses and kept good mares.   He often sold show and work horses at the Fair in Ballinasloe and he also bred his own cattle. 
He and his wife, Maud, have been residents of Pairc na Coille in Ennis for the past few years.  His remains were removed from Kennedy's Funeral Home to St. Mary's Church, Ruan, and, following requiem Mass, he was laid to rest in the local graveyard.    
Michael is survived by his wife, Maud, daughter, Mary, son, Michael, sister in law, extended family and friends. 
 
The death has also taken place of Lena Griffin of Maurice's Mills, mother of Bridie Finn, Ardcarney.
 
Off to Armagh.
 
Ruan Feile team 2010 are visiting Craobh Rua Camlocha, Armagh on the weekend of 13/14 Aug. next.   
The Club has organised a bus and anyone from the parish who would like to travel can get details from Flan (0851742503) or Susan (0868735209)
 
U16 Game.
 
Ruan u16 team will play Corofin on Sun. next in Corofin at 11.30, in final of Division 2, championship.   
Out of three games already played, Ruan has won two and drew one, and they would welcome support on the day.


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