CONGRATULATIONS - Emma & Alier. WEDDING: The Morrissey family, Coolruss have a extra busy household, since Emma and Alier arrived home with their adorable twin girls. Added to that, Emma had her wedding planned for August. The 30th August came around quickly, as it does, and they had a marvelous celebration, in Kilshane House, Tipperary, with family and friends. Continuing the celebrations, their twins, Aoibhìn & Ílannah were christened by Fr. O Leary in Kilmallock on Saturday,1st September. We send our very best wishes to the new Mr & Mrs Ajuong & family, with the hope that the years ahead will be filled with lasting joy and unending happiness - may your troubles be few an

Limerick Ladies, Junior Footballers, bring another All-Ireland Cup to the County..

Mairead's late husband Ned, was a member of the 1940 All Ireland winning team. REMEMBERING OUR DECEASED: For the month of October, we remember our family, friends neighbours, whose mortuary cards are displayed on the Church noticeboard:- Mary Hynes, Patricia Boyce, Bridie Cagney & Paddy Lynch, Granagh. Catherine Monckton, Dan Sheahan & Thomas Hickey, Kilatal. Bridget O'Brien, Graigacurra. Nora Biggane Dunworth, Kilmore. Nora Morrissey, Doorluss. Mary Ellen McMahon, Coolruss. Thomas O'Gorman, Knockfierna. Johanna O'Gorman, Ballyelan. Mary O'Connell, Milford. Richard Barrett, Mitchelstown. James Fitzgibbon & Patrick Sheehan, England. Catherine McSweeney, Kerry. Paddy


LIAM IS REALLY HOME: As we welcome members of the victorious team on Wednesday 5th, I came across an interesting item on West Limerick Today's facebook page regarding the Cup - Liam really is home.. Every county that wins the All Ireland Hurling Final claims they are 'bringing Liam home' but we in Limerick can say that with real meaning, as Limerick were the first ever County to win the trophy back in 1923. The Liam McCarthy Cup was first presented to Limerick after they beat Dublin in the 1921 All Ireland Final (the match wasn't played until 1923 due to political upheaval). Limerick Captain Bob McConkey was the first man to receive the trophy. The original trophy was designed and dona


HISTORIC NIGHT: The Liam McCarthy Cup was welcomed in great style by a packed community center on Wednesday 5th. From babies to grandparents and everyone in between, arrived to see the famous Cup and meet the team members who were responsible for this famous victory. We very much appreciate Aaron Gillane and Dan Morrissey's attendence, in the midst of their very busy schedules. Sincere thanks to Seamus Twomey, County Development Officer and Siobhan Scanlon for including Granagh on the itinerary. It was wonderful to be able to hold the actual Cup and hear and see the players up close. Our MC, Jim Chawke, no stranger to a hurley himself, did the honours. Coincidentally, Jim's father, N

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