Cycle to Croker: Well done to all involved in the very successful Cycle to Croker event. Weather wasn’t on our sides hitting off on the morning of the 3rd September but our cyclists battled the adverse conditions and made it to Dublin in superb time. Thanks also to all those who volunteered their time over the last number of weekends in our bucket collection efforts.
Congrats: Well done to the Tipperary Minor and Senior teams and management on a truly memorable weekend. Special mention to three parishioners with their own individual involvement. To Sean Corbett with the Minors and to Brian Horgan and Denis Leamy with the Seniors, we congratulate you! A proud day.
County U14 Final: Congrats to our U14s who defeated Grangemockler last Sunday in the County U14 semi-final in Cloneen. They now play Lorrha/Shannon Rovers combo this Saturday, 17th September at 2pm in Dolla. We wish them the best of luck.
Dualla Ploughing Association: Best wishes to Gerard Gleeson Jnr who is competing in the All Ireland U28 Ploughing Championship in Tullamore next week. Dualla Ploughing Association are also presenting the proceeds of the Threshing Day and Field Day to Pieta House and South Tipp Hospice on Saturday, 24th September in the Horse and Hound, Dualla. Special thanks to all who supported on the day. A large sum will be presented to both deserving charities.
GAA Lotto: Tickets available at all the usual outlets. 2 euro each per ticket, or 3 for 5 euro tickets available. Results from Monday nights draw, held at Boherlahan Bingo, are available on our Facebook page Boherlahan Dualla GAA or Twitter @BoherlahanDGAA. Alternatively, results are posted up at Lacey’s Bar, Horse & Hound Dualla, Martin O’Dwyer Butchers, Cashel. Thank you for your continued support.
Camogie: Congrats to the U12 Camogie Team who beat Clonoulty in the recent County Final.
Bingo: Continues every Monday night in Boherlahan Parish Hall. All welcome. Buses serving local surrounding areas.
Sympathy: Sympathy to Jim Mullighan and family, Clonmore North, on the recent death of his mother Phil Mulligan. Sympathy is also extended to Bob McLoughlin and family, Garrane, on the recent death of his brother Paddy McLoughlin, Brittas, Co. Limerick.
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Death of Michael O’Sullivan: The death occurred at St. Teresa’s Nursing Home, Cashel on Thursday, 25th August of Michael O’Sullivan, Clonmore. He was son of Thomas and Joan O’Sullivan (nee O’Meara) and hailed from a family of 7, which included four girls and three boys. His brother Billie and sisters Kathleen Kennedy and Mary Hennessy predeceased him in recent years. Mikey, as he was affectionately known worked in Ballysheehan with the Keyes, Williams and Myerscough families. Throughout his life, he had a great interest in sport, especially horse racing. He enjoyed the single life and loved music and dancing. Family life, his faith and meeting with relatives and friends was very important to him. The last six years of his life were spent in St. Teresa’s Nursing Home, Cashel, where he died at the age of 83 years. His remains were removed on Saturday from Lonergan’s Funeral Parlour, Cashel to the Church of Our Lady of Fatima, Dualla and after Requiem Mass celebrated on Sunday by Fr. Joe Egan P.P. and assisted by Fr. Tom Dunne C.C. interment took place in the adjoining cemetery. He is survived by his brother Tom (Doon) and by two sisters Joan O’Dwyer (Kilfeacle) and Margaret Cooney (Gortnahoe) to whom sympathy is extended. Peace to his soul.