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Feb almost Finished.

BABY NEWS: Congratulations to Michelle McCarthy ( seen here in red) and David McMahon, Liskennett, on the arrival of their first baby boy, Ford Alexander. Weighing in at 7 11ozs, he arrived earlier than expected and all are doing well. No doubt Nana Grace ( on left ) will be in the background keeping an eye out for her first grandchild. FITNESS CLASSES: Tonight, Wednesday ​22nd Feb, at 7.30 - 8.15pm, in the Community Centre. ​A​ll fitness levels welcome. ​GRANAGH UTD F.C:​ ​Lotto Results: Jackpot of €5400. No Winner. Winning Numbers. 2. 6. 15. 20. Lucky dips: John Sheehan C/o The Rock. Marie Bennett, Granagh. Richie Chawke, Killoughty.​ ​​Thank you for your suppo

10th Anniversary

GRANAGH PLAYERS: ​Our 10th Anniversary production has come to an end after a very successful seven night run. Congratulations to producer Jimmy Sheehy for ​​giving drama fans ​​a unique experience​ ​ and ​​for stretching the talents of the group. It was the most difficult play they have undertaken and now that it's done, they are delighted to have conquered another author. On the final night, we had a total of nineteen prizes for our raffle - all due to our amazing Sponsors. All members will be given a list of the sponsors, so that they can support them whenever possible. On the night of the DvD recording, we want to say thanks to the children for being so cooperative and remaining

Camogie Notes 13th February 2017

Club Registration Days Granagh Hall on Friday 17th February 7-8.00 We ask that all players, juvenile and senior, to attend these registration days and all that memberships will be paid in full before the start of the season. U8s €25 Over 8s to Minors are €35, Students are €50 and Adults are €55. This year we will be selling club ½ zip tops ( €30 for sizes up to 10/12 ages and €40 for other sizes) and skinny tracksuit pants ( €35 for ages 5/6 to 9/10 and €40 for ages 11/12 to adult), club jerseys ( €35 for kids, €40 for age 13/14 and €45 for adults) as well as bobble hats (€12) and helmets at our registration days. All new members are welcome Club Fundraiser We will be holding a club 45 Drive

Granagh-Ballingarry GAA

The treble West hurling champions, GranaghlBallingarry: U14s 1976, Juvenile 1978 and Minor 1980, and County finalists U14 1976 and Juvenile 1978. Back row: Sean Cagney, Secretary, Pat Burke, John Lynch, Ned Cagney, Tom Enright, Martin O'Riordan, Mick Quaid, Joe Power, Sean Mullane, David Brosnahan, Tim Noonan, Charley Byrnes, Paddy Browne (West Bord na nOg Secretary). Front row: Paddy Tierney, Kevin Clifford, Joe Noonan, Tom O'Regan, Tom Quaid, Jim Lynch, John Hogan, Joe Hennessy, Tadhg Costelloe and Joe Burke. At the reconvened Granagh-Ballingarry GAA club AGM in the clubhouse in Ballingarry last Thursday night adult players' membership fees for 2017 were fixed at €40. Chairman Conor Sno

GRANAGH PLAYERS -EXTRA NIGHT.

EXTRA NIGHT: GRANAGH PLAYERS: " Due to popular Demand " we are back again on Sunday night, 12th Feb, for the final performance of ' The Hostage' by Brendan Behan. Producer, cast and crew have been thrilled with the audiences and their tremendous reactions. Producer, Jimmy Sheehy has turned out an amazing production of this play and only those who had seen the original script, could appreciate the job he did. Brendan Behan is a completely different kind of playwright compared to what we are used to from JB Keane , Friel, Kavanagh etc. There is no shortage of comedies being produced locally, so it's great to do something different.! Of course you need a confident and experience

Granagh-Ballingarry GAA

The chequered history of Granagh-Ballingarry G.A.A. Granagh-Ballingarry G.A.A. club is situated In West Limerick in the shadow of Knockfierna Hill, only 17 miles from the city. There is no record of when the first G.A.A. club was formed in either Granagh or Ballingarry. The first match on record was played on St Patrick's Day 1895 when a side from Ballingarry beat Croom 0-6 to 0-4. The boys from the garden town had a juvenile team in 1895 and we find them beating Rathkeale 2-4 to 0-0 to mark Ballingarry town as a leading stronghold of the caman The first big honour came to the parish was when Ballingarry won the West Limerick Senior Hurling Championship in 1904 when they beat Rathkeale in t

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