Week 06/11/2011

posted Nov 1, 2011, 2:57 AM by Unknown user
Ruan Camogie Club.
 
The local camogie club has had a busy season, at. underage and minor level.   It is now hoping to revive adult camogie in the parish in 2012, and hopes to be able to field a Junior team in theJunior League and Championship.   In order to establish whether there will be sufficient numbers, anyone interested is asked to contact Brenda O'Donoghue on 0861593153.   All levels of ability would be most welcome.
The Minor Camogie team played Whitegate at the weekend in a replay of the semi final, when, at half time the Ruan girls were down 12 points, however, they made a great comeback and really tried in the second half.   
They were level almost at full time, when Whitegate pulled away with a 2 point margin, leaving the final score at 5-8 to 6-7.
 
Graveyard Masses.
 
In rememberance of the Holy Souls, Fr. Pat O'Neill will celebrate Mass in Kyle Graveyard at 11a.m. and Kilcross at 12 noon, on this Sat. 5th November.   Masses in Ruan and Dysart Graveyards were celebrated on Wed. 2nd Nov.
 
Halloween Party.
 
The people who attend The Kitchen Session which takes place in Toonagh Hall every Fri. night, went all out last Fri. night and attended in Fancy Dress to celebrate Halloween.   Following the session, there was a party in the hall, with refreshments for young and old, painted tattoos for the children and prizes galore.   The session, which includes music, sean nos and set dancing and singing, has proved to be very popular, with more musicians, singers and dancers turning up every week.
 
 
Hurling. 
 
The u13 hurling final, in Division 3 Sheild will be held at 12 noon on this Saturday, at a venue yet to be decided.
 
Dublin City Marathon.
 
Local man, Aidan Woodford, took part in the Dublin City Marathon on Bank Holiday Monday.   He completed it in 5 hrs. 38 mins, and was delighted with his time, and the support he has received in raising funds for the Children's Charity, Barnardos.
Meanwhile, Tracy Guilfoyle from Toonagh, broke the record of 3 hours,  and has become the National Champion, over 45.   
Tracy holds Dance Aerobic Classes in Toonagh Hall on Thursday nights, and only took up running a number of years ago, so is a great example of what one can do if the will is there!
 
 
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