For Better For Worse
Kilbrin GAA drama group are putting the final touches to their upcoming showings on this Thursday April 5th, Friday 6th, Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th. A huge amount of work has gone into the preparation of this hilarious comedy. The highly talented cast of Angela O Flynn, Karen O Reilly, Helen Byrne, Una Cremin, Celine Hayes, Ronan O Sullivan, Edwin Casey, Timmy Lynch and Vinny Hayes have put sweat and blood into this comedy. It is a follow up the our last comedy 'The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley'. Farmer Gabriel Foley is newly married. His wife, Chrissie is stressed and unhappy as things are not going well for the couple in and out of the bedroom. Matters aren’t helped by the caustic comments of Gabriel’s mother, Aggie, who is living with them, and by the arrival of glamorous Miriam Maguire, the upmarket daughter of an old friend of Aggie’s. Then Gabriel invites his widowed Aunt Lucy to stay for a few days…... Disaster for poor Gabriel with a capital D. It's a comedy not to be missed. To book your tickets call 087 9547757 and 087 3968652. Tickets are selling very well so book yours in time and don't be disappointed.
Our lotto jackpot of €5,300 is up grabs on Monday night next.
Kilbrin footballers went down to St. John's on Saturday last and our hurlers game v Freemount on Monday last was cancelled due to the bad weather.
A Church-Gate collection will be held on Sunday next 8th April in aid of Auriella Trust, which looks after the needs of a children's orphanage in Romania. Nora O'Riordan, from Kanturk, and Patricia Field, Lismire who helps with the children, will soon be going out there. They thank you for your generosity.
The annual tea party fundraiser will be held in the social club on Monday evening from 6pm - 8pm. Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Ras Mumhan 3 day Cycle Race.
Congratulations to Dillon Corkery who was selected on Team Ireland U23 to compete in this year's race, which was run in Kerry over the easter week end. Dillon who is still only 20 finished 7th on the first stage into Listowel, with 190 riders competing. The 2nd stage he finished in 13th place, and was in 2nd place for the the Young riders Jersey, category. After the final stage he received the prize for the most combative rider in the race. Dillon is son of Margaret & Nicholas, Banteer & Kilbrin.
Bingo continues every Monday night at 8.30. Jackpot is1900 on 53 calls. Bonus 160. Please come along and enjoy the night.
45 continues every Wednesday at 9pm in the Social Club.
Bealthaina will be in May This year with a little difference. Tir na nog will be running a special night with music stories and craic. We will give you the full details in this is column once they are available.
Tir na Nog.
The mindfulness course is going very well and the feedback is very positive from this course. The group have alot of plans going forward and we wish them all the best in their many activities.
Kilbrin Golf Society.
The first outing if the year is on Saturday 28th April in the beautiful Tipperary Town golf course. All aspiring golfers are welcome so please contact Michael Dennehy, Dennis Buckley, Anna O'Riordan or Dan O'Sullivan if you are interested.
Cork Co council and Kilbrin community council.
Following our recent meeting with the county council a further meeting will be held in April where will get an update on works to be undertaken. Everyone should attend this meeting to find out what can be done. We will let you know the exact date for this next week.
Over 60s singing competition.
The North Cork heat of the over 60s singing competition will take place on 20th April in the Kilbrin social club at 8pm sharp. If you are interested in entering this competition please call to the social club after 7pm any evening or contact Tom on 087 4116060. This event is in aid of the Irish Heart Foundation and all support is greatly appreciated. M.C. Paddy O'Brien has been involved in this foundation for the last 40 years. It promises to be a great evenings entertainment so please come along to support it.
Just to remind you that the Dawn Mass will be held in May. We will let you know the date following our next meeting. Keep this special annual event in mind as Summer is coming. It might not look like it but I promise it will come.
Easter has come and gone and we would like to thank everybody that came to the ceremonies in the church. A special thanks to all those who helped in any wayl. The church was beautifully decorated so a special mention to all who helped in that regard. Many thanks to Father Leader and Father O'Hanlon for presiding over the ceremonies.
Play in the Social Club.
Big date for your diaries. For better or worse is coming to the social club this weekend. This promises to be a hilarious and great nights entertainment so whatever else happens don't miss it. This play will run from today 5th April until Sunday 8th at 8pm sharp. Tickets can be purchased on 087 9547757 or on 087 3968652. They can also be purchased at the Social Club.
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