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future design 'it grows in full sun or partial shade, dead head to
encourage a second flowering. Plant in groups of 3 or 5 this was YOUGHAL CELEBRATES HISTORY
introduced by the famous named designer Baroness de Rothschild 8th ANNUAL CONFERENCE
who introduced this classical design and was instrumental in
designing Mount Congreve Gardens in the Last Century in Co Mall Arts Centre, Youghal, 24- 26 September 2010
Waterford. Every year the conference’s organising committee has only one
Echinacea Purpurea (purple coneflower) problem: with so much history in Youghal which topic to choose!
Comes from North America - purple with orange centres. Echi The following are some of the high-lights of what promises to be
means Hedge hog a reference to its sharp pointed centres it a fascinating and entertaining week-end:
requires a Sunny Position and is synonymous with holistic Catryn Power, Margaret Gowen, Katherine Desmond and Dan
medicinal purposes where it is used to boost the immune system. Noonan, all well-known Youghal archaeologists, will talk about
Sedum Autumn Joy - a Succulent Plant which Attracts Butterflies the medieval archaeology of their home town as seen in its
to your Garden like the Red Admiral Butterfly - The Latin name streetscapes, town walls, monuments and buildings.
sedo meaning ground is indicative of this most beautiful species Special attention will be given to St Mary’s Collegiate church:
which mainly hug the ground This is a sample of the many vari-
David Kelly will discuss its architecture while Máire Geaney will
ety's which we hold in stock.
Others to try for late colour are Anemones & Asters all of the take a special look at the oak roof: ‘an Irish gem with a French
above are priced at 2 for €12.00!! connection.’ Prof Tadhg O’Keeffe of University College Dublin
How do you plant these perennials? Often asked by customers examines the specific significance of town gates, John Bradley
Prepare the ground first, mark out your space, decided by the gar- from NUI Maynooth puts Youghal into the context of Irish
dener. medieval walled towns, Gerard Crotty discusses the Armorial her-
Dig the soil first add chicken manure granules or seamungus itage, while Dr Colmán Ó Clabaigh, of Glenstal Abbey, looks at
organic seaweed feed, to invigorate plant growth and new stem ‘Monks, Medicine and Malpractice- the Benedictine Hospital in
development. Soak your plants in a bucket of water first for five medieval Youghal. The fact that this conference is still taking
minutes and loosen the roots a little. Soak your plants in a bucket place even in these difficult financial times may well be a miracle,
of water first for five minutes and loosen the roots a little. Water but in medieval times miracles happened regularly in Youghal, all
when conditions dictate. Use some bark/mulch around plants keep
thanks to the statue of ‘Our Lady of Graces’, the topic of Dr
bark two inches away from stems.
You will have a beautiful garden in a short space of time. Dagmar Ó Riain-Raedel’s talk. There will be an evening of stories,
Happy Gardening From all in Greenbarn!! legends and music on Friday, a guided Walking tour of the town
Ps. enjoy a complimentary tea or coffee in our cafe after any gar- with entertainment on Sunday: Something for everyone in the
den centre purchase. audience!
For details, check: www.youghalcelebrateshistory.com

TALKING HEADS Telephone and email: 024 81010 / ytta@eircom.net


BEGINS - NEW MEMBERS WELCOME! (FÁS Community Employment Scheme)
Talking Heads Toastmasters club has started its new season this
September in Garryvoe Hotel. Whether it's a wedding speech, an
interview or storytelling in the pub, skills in public speaking are
A vacancy exists for a
invaluable and widely applicable. Toastmasters provides an Maintenance/Groundsperson
opportunity to improve your communication skills in a friendly
environment. Oral communication skills are vital to everyone. at Claycastle Pitch & Putt Course
Height and hair colour may be in the genes but public speaking
isn't! Come along to our meetings and you will find a stimulating Please forward a letter of application, C.V. and refer-
environment where you can enjoy good company and at the same
time improve your communication, listening and leadership
ee details to; Youghal Sports Group Ltd.,
skills. We meet fortnightly in Garryvoe Hotel, 8pm. Guests are Enterprise Youghal, St. Mary's College,
Free and always welcome! Next meeting dates - 21st Sept, 5th Emmet Place, Youghal, Co. Cork
Oct, 19th Oct, 2nd Nov, etc.. For more information contact Sabena
0879936361 or Sheila 0879112233 Closing date for applications: 22th September 2010
First Day of School for Youghal Boys and Girls

Junior Infants from Gael Scoil Chorain Junior Infants from Bun Scoil Mhuire with their teachers Marian Leamy & Anne

Junior Infants from Gael Scoil Chorain

Junior Infants from Bun Scoil Mhuire with their teachers Niamh O’Leary & Toni

Junior Infant
Twins Jessica &
Maeve Kelly in
Bun Scoil Mhuire
Junior Infants from Gael Scoil Chorain with their teachers Julie Uí Bhuachalla and
Ailbha Ní Loingsigh
Happy Birthday Stella from all your friends
in Youghal, Tramore and the USA.

Youghal Disability
Action / Awareness Group
The next meeting of The Youghal Disability Action / Awareness
Group Will take place on Wednesday October 6th at 7.30 in
Cumann Na Daoine Catherine Street, Youghal. All welcome
Contact Stacey for further information on 024-91900

All photographs published in the

are available for purchase from our offices
at Flanagan Print, Foxhole, Youghal.
Junior Infants from South Abbey with their teachers Trisha O’Keeffe & Mary Tel: (024) 93358
Autumn Activities
Things to Do - Places to Go - School & College Options

YOUGHAL UNITED Adults taking the plunge

ACADEMY with Aura swim lessons
Under 10 (born in 2000) Friday 5 - 6
The proof that it is never too late to learn something new is very
Under 9 (born in 2001) Sunday 9 - 10 much in evidence at Aura Youghal Leisure Centre where dozens of
Under 6 (born in 2004) Sunday 10 -11 adults are taking the plunge to learn how to swim.
Under 7 (born in 2003) Sunday 11 - 12 The leisure centre has received a fantastic response to its decision
Under 8 (born in 2002) Sunday 12 - 1 to organise adult swimming lessons on Tuesday and Thursday
nights and to introduce a ladies only class on Wednesday morn-
All coaches are FAI Qualified ings.
“The response from adults who have decided to challenge them-
For more information contact
selves by learning how to swim and to conquer their fear of water
T Kennedy on 086-8188347 has exceeded our expectations,” explained Tracy Kenneally,
Operations Manager at the centre.
ALL WEATHER PITCH AVAILABLE “Being able to swim is a valuable life skill and a lot of parents are
FOR RENT actually following in the footsteps of their children who are
enrolled or who have learned how to swim at the Aura Swim
Contact Emmett Perry on 087-3461540
Academy,” she added.
The half hour classes cater for absolute beginners, intermediate
25th Anniversary Dinner Dance swimmers and advanced swimmers. Each class accommodates up
& Guinness World Record to twelve adults enabling Aura’s qualified swim instructors to pro-
Achievement Celebration vide one-to-one attention in a fun environment.
October 16th @ the Walter Raleigh “Our first step is to determine people’s motivation for learning how
to swim and to assess their ability. Some people are complete
Tickets on sale at The Barber Shop or from any novices and others simply want to improve existing skills to get the
committee member. most out of holidays or to gain a competitive edge in triathlons,”
Tracy explained.
For more information contact “We work with beginners to improve their confidence in the water
and have most of them swimming by week eight. The rate of pro-
Finbar Walshon 086-4041590
gression from week to week is huge and people get a real kick out
of achieving one goal and moving on to the next,” she continued.
Begins 15th
County Cork September 2010
The intermediate adult swimming classes focus on improving front
crawl and breaststroke over distance while the advanced classes
Vocational in Youghal provide a personal training, endurance workout for serious swim-
Education Committee mers and tri-athletes with an emphasis on achieving goals.
The half hour classes take place at 8 p.m. and 8.30 p.m. on Tuesday
VTOS Second Chance Education for Adults and Thursday evenings. The ladies only classes take place at 9.15
a.m. on Wednesdays and have become especially popular with
This VTOS course is designed to provide second chance education to adults who
did not complete second level education. The aim is to improve the general edu- mums after the school run. Each course runs for ten weeks and
cation level of participants so that they can progress to further education or costs €85.
employment. Adults seeking more information about the classes or who wish to
Course Content: English/Communications, Maths, Personal Development, discuss their reasons and motivations for learning how to swim are
Study Skills, Biology, IT, Art and Woodwork. welcome to visit Aura Youghal Leisure Centre at Claycastle to talk
Work experience will take place in Year 2 and Adult Education Guidance to an instructor or to telephone the centre at 024 91614 for book-
will be available for all participants. ings and further information.
Duration: 2 year course, 5 days per week
Certification: FETAC Level 3 & 4 and ECDL
Fees/Allowances: VTOS courses are provided free of charge.
You will receive a small lunch allowance and you may be entitled to a travel
Rhincrew Cooking Classes Youghal
allowance. You will be given books and materials free of charge. Childcare support - B A L LY M A LO E T R A I N E D -
may be available. A bonus payment of €31.80 is payable if you have been in receipt
of certain eligible social welfare payments for at least one year directly before you
ITALIAN EVENING Friday 1st Oct. 7pm - 10pm
join VTOS. Conditions may apply.
€50 per person 1 starter - 4 main courses - 1 dessert
Food served afterwards / take home recipes
An Information meeting will be held at the East Cork Further Education &
Youthreach Centre (formerly Colaiste Eoin), Golf Links Road, Youghal on Friday the ENTERTAINING DAY Sat 25th Sept 10am - 5pm - €100
10th September from 12 to 1.30. All are welcome to attend. 4 Starters 4 Main courses 4 Desserts - Lunch & Dinner Included
The course will be commencing on Wednesday the 15th September. Please contact
Maureen Murnane, VTOS Co-ordinator at 086 8337498. INDIAN EVENING Fri. 22nd Oct - 7pm - 10pm
Eligibility for VTOS: €50 per person 1 Starter 4 Main courses 1 Dessert
- Aged 21 or over and Food served afterwards/ take home recipes
- In receipt of Jobseekers Allowance or Jobseekers Benefit, One Parent Family payment, Disability
Allowance, Disability Benefit or invalidity pension for at least 6 months or
- Are a dependant spouse of an eligible person for at least six months or
CHRISTMAS COURSE Sat. 6th Nov. 10am - 5pm
- or signing for credits for at least six months or €100 - Lunch & Dinner Included
- Periods spent on FÁS training courses, Community Employment Schemes, Job Initiative, Youthreach
programmes and time in prison can count towards the qualifying period.
Gift Vouchers Available / Booking Essential
The following may also be eligible for VTOS: Carer’s Allowance, Farm Assist, Statutory redundancy. Contact Oonagh at 024 91838 / 087 6899861
Autumn Activities
Things to Do - Places to Go - School & College Options

Extension of Teaching
YOUGHAL LAWN Space at Brú na Sí.
LUB The sight of a crane on the horizon was a common occurrence dur-
ing the Celtic Tiger, but in these times of social flux and econom-
Recipe: ic crisis it is very rare indeed. It was hardly surprising then that
residents and passersby in the Cork Hill and Maginer's Hill areas
Relocate to Youghal L.T.C.
expressed a tingle of excitement as the Bru na Si Cultural Centre
Relish & Relive the wonderful experience of playing Tennis & engaged East Cork Crane Hire to position not one, but four Porto
feel completely rejuvenated Cabins in time for the new teaching season.
The management of Brú na Sí believe that everyone who so wish-
News Flash: es, should have access to the traditional arts. Learning these disci-
plines at a high level enriches the lives and character of students,

Special Rates for new members. For FREE Coaching contact our
as well as creating a sense of pride throughout the entire commu-
Membership Officer Frank Delaney 086 8406848

Adult Club Night Every Thursday 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm.
To facilitate the growing numbers at Brú na Sí extra teaching

Junior Competition every Saturday 10.30 am to 12pm

Junior Coaching commencing with professional coach Martin
Cusack. Contact Juvenile Development Officer Linda Donoghue 087
6754337 or Caroline Connelly 086 1722047

Adult Coaching will be available.

Big Mixed Doubles later in year with the proceeds going to St.
Vincent de Paul.

For any further information contact our PRO Ann Curran 086
1083485 or Secretary Paul McGabhann 087 7841265 or Youghal
Visitors Information Centre.
Looking forward to seeing our four courts fully lit up over the
Autumn/Winter Season. New Members Most Welcome

Do you want to learn

traditional music? space has been long identified. The current upgrading of facilities
at Bru na Sí will provide space for over 10 different disciplines at
Classes in the following at Brú na Sí: any one time. It is hoped that this required space can become per-
manent if resources become available.
- Tin Whistle
New Music and Play This relentless action on behalf of Comhaltas is as much about
- Fiddle Parent & Toddler Clas attitude as it is about the set of programmes, practices and proce-
no on
- B. Accordian Mondays 10am - 12 dures that together form the Brú na Sí plan for helping students
attending the Centre to behave well learn well and perform well.
- Concertina Notwithstanding the complex nature of community development,
we at Brú na Sí continue to meet the challenges. Our primary chal-
- Flute lenge is to keep enhancing the quality of the service we provide.
- Banjo In the current economic climate we also have to improve our
effectiveness, and in so doing reduce costs.
- Harp New Season of Classes. Enrolment for a new season of classes
- Trad Guitar Adult Beginn
takes place at Brú na Sí on Monday 13th from 7pm onwards.
Returning to ers & Intending pupils may also telephone 087 7934504.It is envisaged
- Singing... Music Sess ions that the branch will cater for four separate groups as well as a lim-
ited number of beginners this season.
Keep Fit and enjoy Céilí, Step Comhaltas rests on the double premise that "all children should
have the opportunity to learn traditional music and dance", and
and Set Dancing that "learning at a high level also involves learning certain charac-
UILEANN PIPES CLASSES WILL ter traits and values". Brú na Sí at this time of year returns to being
BEGIN SHORTLY a community of learners in which administrators, teachers, parents
and students learn how to improve at the work they do together so

Tel: 087 - 7934504 that everyone succeeds their "personal best."

Autumn Activities
Things to Do - Places to Go - School & College Options

Do you Have A Passion for Sport?

Would you like to develop a career in sport and leisure but never
had the opportunity?

Then "Sporting Chance" is the Opportunity of a Lifetime for you!

We are currently inviting applications for our Sporting Chance course
at National Learning Network, Clash, Tralee. Co Kerry.
National Learning Network provides training and educational servic-
es for people who are out of work due to disability, injury, illness or
learning difficulty.

Future career opportunities include:

Sports Coach | Health and Fitness instructors | Pool Lifeguards |
Personal Trainers | Gym Instructors | Swim Teachers | Sports
Development Officer | Further Education (college, university).

This is a 24 month full time course

FAS Training Allowance paid subject to current eligibility rules.

Contact your local FAS Office, or, for more information about this pro-
gramme, please contact Kevin Smith, National Learning Network,
Clash, Tralee.
066 - 7122533 or email: kevin.smith@nln.ie

Youghal GAA Club

Magnier's Hill, Youghal, Co. Cork SPORTING CHANCE
90’ x 60’ National Learning Network is Ireland's largest non-Government
training organisation with centres in almost every county in
Indoor Sports Hall Available Ireland. Each year, 5,000 people come to learn and study with us
including many who may otherwise find it difficult to gain
All Facilities employment and to develop the skills to move forward with their
The Sporting Chance programme at National Learning Network
Tralee is a unique 2 year course that provides training and qualifi-
cations, in the sports and leisure industry, free of charge, to those
who may be out of work due to disability, injury, illness or learn-
ing difficulty. The course covers a wide range of modules includ-
ing ITEC Diplomas in gym instruction and sports massage, the
National Pool Lifeguard Qualification, coaching qualifications
and a variety of FETAC certification.
Sporting Chance is an inclusive programme providing an individ-
ual action planning approach which ensures the course is tailored
towards the specific needs of each participant. Course participants,
who have attended from throughout Ireland, have progressed to a
Available for: variety of positions within the sport and leisure sector including
Indoor Hurling & Football roles as Gym Instructors, Soccer coaches, Swimming Teachers,
Go for Life Instructors and Leisure Attendants. As well as gaining
Badminton, Bowls, Athletics, Indoor the necessary qualifications, the course participants also gain prac-
Soccer and other indoor sports tical coaching and instructional experience.
This is a fantastic opportunity to enhance career prospects in an
Available on an hourly basis - reasonable rates exciting and vibrant industry. Applications for the programme are
being taken on an ongoing basis. For further information, please
To apply contact Ken Bulman contact your local FAS office or Kevin Smith at 066 7122533 or
024 - 25838 / 086 - 6013225 086 04042370 or email Kevin.smith@nln.ie.
President's Prize Weekend Youghal Golf Results
(President James Morey) YOUGHAL - LADIES
Wednesday 1st September - 18 Holes Club Singles Stableford
Thurs 2nd,Fri 3rd, Sat 4th, Sun 5th Sept. - 36 Holes Stableford Category A 1st Fidelma O' Connell (18) 40pts, 2nd Marian
Sweeney (7) 38pts, BG Edel Coyne (5) 31pts gross.
Category B 1st Celia Cotter (29) 39pts, 2nd Vera de la Cour (24)
38pts, 3rd Mary Coleman (27) 37pts
Category C 1st Eileen Carroll (36) 40pts, 2nd Ann P. Coleman
(33) 35pts, 3rd Una Cotter (333) 34pts
CSS 37pts
10 Holes Singles Stableford: 1st Jo Swayne
Fixtures: Wednesday 15th September: Open 3 person team event
Sponsored by: Yawl Bay Seafood.
Thursday 16th & Friday 17th September: Ladies Branch
Winner - Luke Swayne (11) 83 pts, pic- 2nd - Fergal Coleman (12) 80 pts, pic- In aid of Minor Cup 2010 - All Ireland Semi Finals & Finals at
tured here receiving the the prize from tured here receiving the the prize from Donabate Golf Club. Open 3ball (Ladies/Gents/Mixed) Entry
the President James Morey and the the President James Morey and the
President's Wife, Liz. Captain Jimmy Coleman.
€10pp - timesheets in the PRO Shop. Wednesday 22nd
September: Club Singles - Emer Casey Foundation Sponsored by:
President's Prize to the Ladies Jimmy Healy, Physical Therapy & Sports Injuries Clinic.
(President James Morey) Tuesday 31st August - Open 18 Holes Singles Qualifer
Wednesday 8th September 2010 1st John Barry (20) 42pts Kanturk, 2nd Sean Broderick (12) 41pts,
3rd John Dunlea (14) 39pts Charleville.
CSS 39pts
President's Prize Weekend - Mr. James Morey Thurs 2nd - Fri
3rd - Sat 4th - Sun 5th September - 36 Holes Stableford
1st Luke Swayne (11) 83pts, 2nd Fergal Coleman (12) 80pts, 3rd
Brendan Keniry (14) 80pts Best Gross: Willie Jones (2) 70pts
gross, Past President; Billy Carroll (14) 76pts 6th Colin Donoghue
(5) 79pts, 7th John Finn (19) 77pts, 8th Jimmy O' Halloran (15)
77pts, 9th Tom Kenneally (13) 77pts, 10th Frank Carey (13) 77pts,
11th Kevin Coyne (9) 76pts, 12th T.J. Kenneally (13) 76pts, 13th
Stephen Sheehan (11) 76pts, 2nd Best Gross: Karl O' Flynn (4)
65pts gross. Best Junior: Colin Sheehan (13) 70pts, Best Senior:
Sean Treacy (17) 74pts, Best Thurs: Robert Cuthbert (24) 44pts,
Winner - Mary Pomphrett (19) 40 pts - pictured here with the Vice Lady Captain Best Fri: John Harrington (17) 41pts, Best Sat: Patrick F. Coyne
Martina Hooley, the President James Morey, the President's wife Liz and the Lady (11) 43pts, Best Sun: Martin Canning (13) 40pts, Best Golden
Captain Mary Murphy Senior: Morgan Madden (10) 69pts, 22nd Tony Coyne (10) 75pts,
23rd John Malone Jnr. (7) 75pts, 24th Sam Singleton (12) 75pts,
25th Jim O' Connell (13) 75pts, 26th Eddie Murray (19) 75pts,
27th John Cahill (18) 74pts 28th John Keniry (17) 74pts, 29th
Tony Desmond (10) 74pts, 30th Eoin Coleman (11) 74pts. Nearest
the Pin on the 13th: Denis Clifford
Fixtures: Sat 18th - Sun 19th Sept: Open 3ball
Sponsored by: Crop Care Ltd.
Fri 24th - Sat 25th - Sun 26th Sept: Open Singles
Sponsored by: AURA Youghal Leisure Centre.

Runner Up - Frankie Forrest (13) 38 pts - pictured here with the Vice Lady Captain
Martina Hooley, the President James Morey, the President's wife Liz and the Lady

Captain Mary Murphy

Youghal Rugby Club

September is here and once again it is time to celebrate IRE-
Training: LAND'S BIGGEST COFFEE MORNING. You are invited to
Minis Every Sunday Morning 11am - 12.15pm join with this celebration in Youghal at any of the following ven-
ues: Youghal Golf Club on Wednesday 15th September from
For all players from 1999 - 2004 (inclusive)
10.00 a.m. onwards. Red Store North Main Street, On Friday 24th
Tuesday and Thursday 6.30pm - 8.30pm: September from10.00 To 12.00 noon
U13’s (1998) And at a Coffee Morning and Cake Sale at Youghal Community
U15’s (1996/1997) Hospital, Cork Hill on Thursday 16th September from 10.00 a.m.
U 17/ 18’s (1993, 1994, 1995) to 2.00 p.m. During the current difficult economic times your kind
support is greatly appreciated.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Hope you will be able to join us at one of the venues.
SEAN (087) 0570202
By Kevin Curtin, Survey & Design Services
David Stanton TD
www.surveyanddesign.ie Advice clinic - Youghal
7.00pm, Friday,
We all have to become more conscious of our energy consumption 24th September,
if we are to meet the targets set by the Government. However, Walter Raleigh Hotel
these efforts are also hugely beneficial to us in terms of cost sav-
ings, increased comfort levels not to mention the increased eco- Please drop in if you have any issue to discuss
nomic & employment benefits. In this article, I would like to men- Constituency office:
tion some of the simple measures that we can use to reduce our 29 St Mary's Road, Midleton
energy demand within the home - remember there are grants avail- Tel: 021 4632867
able for some of these measures: or email: david.stanton@oir.ie
Insulate your attic well & save up to 20% on your home heating Website www.stanton.ie
bill. You should consider increasing the depth of your attic insula-


tion to 300mm.
Consider improving the insulation of your external walls. This
can be done by externally applied insulation, dry-lining or blown
cavity insulation. Its that time again when Youghal Celebrate's History relive
Service your boiler & save up to €120 per year on your heating moments in Youghal's rich and interesting past with this year's con-
costs. Remember that if you have to replace your boiler, you are ference entitled The Mediaeval Walled Towns which will run from
now obliged to replace it with a modern high-efficient condenser Friday September 24th until Sunday 26th. Their annual confer-
type boiler - if your existing boiler is more than 15 years old, a ences have built a devoted and appreciative base of supporters who
condenser boiler will probably be 25% more efficient & will return each year to celebrate our unique and wonderful town.
For further information and bookings go to their website
reduce your oil bill dramatically!
www.youghalcelebrateshistory.com or send them an email to
If you have improved your insulation, you may only need a ytta@eircom.net. This year promises to be yet another great event.
smaller boiler. Remember that an over-sized boiler does not run at Now that the children have settled back into school, we have a
the optimum efficiency. If you are replacing your boiler, ensure wonderful, delightful show to kick off the Autumn season entitled
that you have proper heating controls included such as heating The Last Ballade, a musical drama about the the world famous
zones, thermostats and time control programmer. composer Frederic Chopin and his muse George Sand. Actor and
Ensure bedroom temperatures are no higher than 18 degrees pianist Michael Lunts portrays Frederic Chopin, man and musi-
Celsius & Living Rooms are no higher than 20 degrees Celsius. cian, in this unique musical drama about the composer. As part of
Turn down temperature by one degree & reduce heating costs by a UK and Ireland tour, The Last Ballade will play for one night
10%! only at The Mall Arts Centre in Youghal on Tuesday, September
Install a timer for your immersion heater & a temperature stat 28th at 8pm.
Relive the stormy end to one of the great
for your hot water cylinder. Consider replacing your cylinder with
romantic relationships, between Chopin
a factory-insulated model; otherwise ensure you have a correctly and his muse, the novelist and 'femme
fitted lagging jacket. fatale' George Sand. The music Sand
If you have single glazing windows or double glazing that are inspired, including the beautiful
more than 10 - 15 years old, you should consider replacing them Berceuse, the famous 'Minute' Waltz and
with modern double glazing units which are far more efficient. the F minor Ballade, is played live as part
Natural daylight helps heat your house & it costs nothing! Don't of the action on a grand piano especially
obstruct daylight with furniture or net curtains. Paint your rooms brought in for this special performance.
with light colours - it better reflects the daylight. The Last Ballade offers audiences a dra-
Cut out draughts & significantly save heating costs! Typical matic insight, through the eyes of Chopin
offenders would be draughty external doors & windows, under himself, into this extraordinary woman
who has been variously described as both
window boards, attic trap-doors, holes in ceilings for pipes & light
his muse and his "vampire".
fittings, faulty letter-boxes, etc. This year marks the bicentenary of
Open fires waste money - up to 70% of the heat goes up the Chopin's birth so "The Last Ballade" would be a particularly
chimney! Consider installing a sealed solid fuel stove. appropriate way of celebrating the anniversary, appealing as it does
Ensure your radiators are clear of curtains. Close curtains to lovers of music and theatre and what better setting than in the
overnight even in unoccupied rooms to conserve heat, but open 230 year old building that is The Mall Arts Centre on Tuesday,
them in the mornings to achieve the solar gain from daylight. Keep September 28th at 8pm ! This event is kindly supported by Cork
doors closed in unoccupied & unheated rooms. County Council. Tickets on sale at Cree's Card Shop (024 93899)
Change bulbs to energy-saving CFL's. They only use a fraction at €15.
of the energy & last up to 10 times longer! Regularly clean your For further information or reservations call 083 360 6507 or email
light fittings & bulbs. themallartscentre@gmail.com.
Coming up in the run up to Christmas we have a great line-up of
When making tea or coffee, boil only the amount of water
musical events, theatre, movie screenings and Ireland's number
required one comedian, all right on your doorstep, so come along and sup-
Every time you open the oven door to check cooking, you lose port your local arts centre, we need you !
20% of the accumulated heat! And don't forget it you wish to join our emailing list to know first
Only purchase A-Rated domestic appliances whenever possible! hand what is coming up at The Mall Arts Centre, send in your
If you wish to discuss this or any other topic, please email me at details today to themallartscentre@gmail.com.
info@surveyanddesign.ie . Thanking you as always for your support.
Failte Ireland Set to Trad for Trócaire
Expand 'Youghal Family Raising the Roof & Raising Money
Friendly Hub' Comhaltas and Trocaire have teamed up to run Trad for Trócaire,
a new national fundraising initiative that will be launched for the
first time in September 2010.
2010 proved a landmark year for Youghal and its surrounding areas
Musicians and venues around the country will be encouraged to
when it was ear-marked by Failte Ireland as a 'Family Friendly Hub'
hold a traditional Irish or folk music session during the week of
- a Failte Ireland family friendly holiday initiative. The initiative is
23rd to 29th September in aid of Trócaire. Local venues involved
set to expand over the coming months as the local steering commit-
tee and Failte Ireland undertakes a major recruitment drive of new
in the national session series include Brú na Sí . Red Store, The
tourism activity providers, approved accommodation providers, Nook, Mc Cathy's Bar and Tyntes Castle in Youghal, O Mahoney's
along with restaurant and food providers to the programme. in Killeagh and The Round Tower in Ardmore. So why not be part
The aim of the project is to develop the region (Youghal, East Cork of raising the roof and raising money for Trócaire
and West Waterford) as a family holiday resort, increase visitor num- Trad for TRÓCAIRE will take what's truly unique, special and at
bers and grow revenue. To date over 27 tourism operators in the the heart of Irish culture-our music, song and dance to transform
area are currently reaping the rewards of having signed up to the lives of some of the poorest and most vulnerable communities
become one of the programme participants. The initiative has pro- in the world.
vided a wide range of free training in marketing and customer care Issued by Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann, The living tradition.
for all participants, produced a brochure, developed a web presence,
conducted an advertising campaign, supported family friendly prod-
uct development and funded beach management projects.
Hilary Creedon of Failte Ireland outlined the progress to date on the
initiative: "The feedback to date from visitors to the initiative has
been extremely positive. A nominated industry steering group
drives the initiative at a local level with the support of Failte Ireland
and this is working extremely well. At this stage of 2010, we're
ready to bring the project to the next stage of development.
Following its first full year of operation, we plan to work closely
with operators to build on the quality of the family friendly experi-
ence that is delivered in the area".
This local steering committee is made up of tourism product
providers in the Youghal, East Cork and West Waterford region and
is chaired by Sal Tivy of Perks Entertainment Centre. One of the ST. MARY’S COLLEGIATE
first tasks this voluntary steering committee set about was organiz-
ing a free family festival weekend from 16th - 18th July 2010 which
attracted in excess of 5,000 visitors to the area over the course of the
weekend. "The festival exceeded all our wildest expectations", said As part of Culture Night 2010 ,on Friday September 24th, St
Sal Tivy, of the steering committee. "On reflection however, I Mary's Collegiate Church, Emmet Place, will open its doors to
believe the secret of our success was that all the fun events were free the general public from 6pm til 10pm.
and the simple, old fashioned ideas will always be enjoyed by kids Culture Night provides the platform to celebrate our distinct cul-
of any era," commented Sal. tural and creative resources which are a source of great national
The area was chosen not only because of its +2,500 bed nights, but pride and an essential element of our national competitiveness in
also key to the decision process was that facilities are already in a globalised world.
place for the ideal family holiday - with two blue flag beaches, water This is a nationwide event since 2006 and the first of its kind in
activities along with the ability to offer families the facility to holi- Youghal. St Mary's Collegiate Church is delighted to participate
day in any weather conditions. Another key factor was because of in this event with other local galleries and museums in celebra-
its geographical location and touring base for families to visit the tion of Culture Night 2010, a late night of free culture for people
many attractions and activities in the wider East Cork and West of all ages providing people with an opportunity to reacquaint or
Waterford area. introduce themselves to a vast and rich cultural offering in
To become a partner on the programme tourism product providers Youghal town.
must sign up to the 'Family Friendly Charter' which outlines the We are honoured to welcome Lakewood Presbyterian Church
basic requirements to be considered a family friendly establishment. Chancel Choir from Jacksonville, Florida to perform in our
There is no cost incurred to prospective members, and members will church on Wednesday, September 29th at 8pm.
greatly benefit from attendance at a free day training course for The Lakewood Presbyterian Chancel Choir has been an integral
Family Friendly Service Delivery conducted by marketing and cus- part of every worship service at their church since its founding in
tomer care professionals. This is a pre-requisite for at least one 1952. The choir is comprised of men and women from all walks
nominated member of staff. Members also benefit from inclusion in of life who come together each week to praise God by using their
Fáilte Ireland's communications campaign for the Family Friendly musical talents. The choir will be performing in Ireland as part of
initiative (including printed material, direct Mail pieces, web, pub- their fifth European Musical Mission Tour and we can't wait to
licity etc).A quality control mechanism has been put in place by hear them.
Failte Ireland where programme participants will be visited to In past tours the choir have performed in the Netherlands,
ensure the consistency of their family friendly offering and that all Germany, Luxembourg, St Marks Basilica in Venice, St Peter's in
elements of the charters are being adhered to. Rome and Paris's Notre Dame.
If you are a tourism product provider in the Youghal, East Cork or The Choir has a vast repertoire which will include, There's a
West Waterford region, keen and in a position to deliver a 'family Wideness in God's Mercy (Schweizer), Psalm 47, The Lord is my
friendly service', why not consider getting involved in this innova-
Shepherd, May the Road Rise to Meet you and more.
tive and free initiative? For more information contact the Family
Tickets will be on sale very soon and on the door on the night for
Friendly Steering Committee, c/o Youghal Chamber of Tourism &
only €10 with concessions at €8, children are free. Watch this
Commerce on: 024-92447 or email: info@youghalchamber.ie
space for further information or email
themallartscentre@gmail.com. For further information on any of
the above events call 083 360 6507.
YOUGHAL TRIATHLON 2010 Pics: John Hennessy

The start of the 2010 annual triathlon in Youghal

Catherine Brown finishing

third at the 2010 annual
triathlon in Yougha

Starting the cycle race was Chris Mintern, who eventually

came second Trevor Woods, winning the 2010 Youghal triathlon

Local Youghal competitor, Mary Linehan Foley, Mayor of Youghal, and Tracey
Brian Sanders, finishing in Mary Linehan Foley, Mayor of Youghal, and Tracey Kenneally, Aura Leisure Center, presenting 1st prize to
Kenneally, Aura Leisure Center, presenting 1st prize to the winner of the female 25 to 29 race, and overall female
fourteenth place Trevor Woods at the 2010 annual triathlon in Youghal. third place, Catherine Brown.

Mary Linehan Foley, Mayor of Youghal, and Mary Linehan Foley, Mayor of Youghal, and
Tracey Kenneally, Aura Leisure Center, present- Tracey Kenneally, Aura Leisure Center, pre-
ing 1st prize for the female 20 to 24 race to Katie senting 1st prize for the ladies race to Tommy Roche makes final preparations before the
Fitzgerald Elizabeth Lee race
Championship final by one point. The game is sure to be a great
YOUGHAL CAMOGIE CLUB one as Ballinascarthy will be trying to get one back on the girls.
Fixture is yet to be confirmed.
U8, 10 & 12’s The last blitz of the summer took place in Killeagh Congratulations to Dion O’Donoghue who won a County with
on the 2nd of September. Both our U8’s & U10’s have improved Clashmore on Saturday last, he is a cousin of players Catherine
immensely over the past few months & these blitz’s have proved O’Donoghue and Kelly McCarthy who has helped the lads out in
to be a great success. Thank you to Dungourney also on the night training all year and has come to support the girls in every game,
that provided refreshments for the girls. well done Dion the Youghal girls are very proud of you!!
The girls then finished up the season with a small party in the Club Just before the final of the Championship, Maggie May’s Bar
house last Tuesday. sponsored the junior team with club socks (Picture attached) thank
Training for the U8’s & U10’s will recommence early next year. you to owner Terry Hughes for your sponsorship.
U15 League This league seems to be a challenging one, as most
of the girls play u14, U18 and Junior, there doesn’t seem to be
enough time in the summer to get challenge games in and play the
league. So it was decided that the girls would use these games as
challenges with a view to do well in the Championship which is LADIES
starting with their first game against Kilbree Saturday 18th. Wednesday 8th September - President's Prize to the Ladies
Minor Camogie Youghal 3-3 Blarney 1-6 The U18’s played (Mr. James Morey) 18 Holes Singles Stableford.
their second league game at home which turned out to be a serious Winner: Mary Pomphrett (19) 40pts, Runner Up: Frankie Forrest
battle. Fierce determination from centre forward Roisin O’Keeffe (13) 38pts, Category A: 1st Paula Mc Namara (16) 38pts, 2nd
kept the ball in the Youghal half for most of the game. Edel Coyne (5) 38pts, BG Jean Farrell (6) 27pts gross, 3rd Sharon
A fantastic goal from Alannah Finn in the first half sent the side Lupton (18) 37pts, 4th Catherine Hayes (12) 36pts, 5th Marian
line jumping. It wasn’t long before Blarney answered with their Sweeney (7) 32pts Category B: 1st Mary Coleman (27) 37pts,
first point and from their on our back s had their work cut out for 2nd Amanda O' Neill Coyne (27) 37pts, 3rd Ann Rochford (26)
them. 35pts, 4th Anne Mc Carthy (28) 34pts, 5th Cathy Harnedy (24)
Captain Niamh Quill showed her strength in mid field a position 36pts, 6th Ann Galvin (24) 33pts, Category C:1st Mary O'
that she has filled with great ease. Callaghan (36) 37pts, 2nd Juliette Casey (33) 31pts, 3rd Eileen
Amy Motherway took up the role of centre back showing her fan- Carroll (34) 31pts, 4th Maria Hayes (36) 30pts, 5th Fionnuala B.
tastic skill and power in the defense. Coleman (36) 30pts, 6th Mel Mythen (36) 29pts. Silver Front 9:
At half time Youghal were down by a point and the girls knew it Catherine Mc Carthy (20) 17pts, Back 9: Dympna Quill (18)
was going to be a tougher second half against a very physical 20pts, Bronze Front 9: Brid Doyle (30) 17pts, Back 9: Celia Cotter
Blarney . The team went out in the second half with the mindset (28) 17pts. 10 Holes: 1st Breda O' Donoghue (24) 16pts. CSS:
to win and they managed to stop Blarney from getting any scores. 36pts
An unstoppable goal came from Leah Broderick and after another Fixtures: Wed 15th Sept: Open 3 person team event
minute another goal came from one of our u14 players Emily Sponsored by: Yawl Bay Seafood.
Roche. Thurs 16th & Friday 17th Sept: Ladies Branch Fundraiser
Points also came from Shannen Bulman Joyce, Roisin O’Keeffe Open 3 person scramble: Ladies/Gents/Mixed
and Niamh Quill to close the game out and send the girls into the GENTS
next round or the Minor County League Tuesday 7th Sept: Open 18 Holes Singles Stableford
The minors have had a very succesfull year in the County league 1st James Farrissey (19) 42pts, 2nd Ray Barnes (5) 40pts East
beating Castlelyons, Ahabullogue and Blarney and only margonal- Cork, 3rd Joe Dolly (9) 40pts. CSS 39pts
ly beaten by St Vincents. Fri 10th - Sat 11th - Sun 12th September Open 18 Holes
The girls now progress to the semi final of the County league. Singles Stableford Sponsored by: permanent tsb, Youghal
Youghal 7-8 St Vincent ’s 2-5 Presentation of prizes Friday 17th Sept at 9pm
The Juniors were in action again on Friday last in the Semi Final 1st Ger Ahern (6) 42pts, 2nd Frank Carey (12) 40pts, BG Paul
of the County League, after a week of a break after the girls Moylan (1) 35pts gross, 3rd Martin Prendergast (6) 40pts, 4th
brought home the County Championship cup, the girls got right James O' Callaghan (18) 39pts, Best Fri: John O' Brien (7) 38pts,
back into training and were hoping coming into the game that they Best Sat: Finbarr O' Brien (9) 38pts, Best Sun: John Hooley (6)
would be on for the double. 39pts. CSS Fri/Sat: 36pts, Sun: 35pts
Youghal played St Vincent ’s in a challenge at the start of the year Fixtures: Tues Open Singles Qualifier Sponsored by: Killarney
and the teams were matched in strength and hurling, it showed on Plaza Hotel.
Saturday how far Youghal have come in their training as they Sat 18th & Sun 19th Sept: Open Fourball
stormed ahead from the moment the whistle blew.
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Youghal Lawn Tennis Club GUIDE RUNNER WANTED
Thursday Night Club Night
Youghal Paralympic athlete in urgent need of a Guide Runner.
There was a nice turnout for our mixed doubles competition last
Amanda Crotty is a Visually Impaired middle distance athlete
Thursday week. Norma O'Keeffe and John Hunt prevailed in a
who's aim is to get to the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
very competitive round robin competition. Results:
Amanda has being competeting in athletics for a number of years
1st: Norma O'Keeffe and John Hunt, 2nd: Barbara Sheeran and
and her best success to date is winning a Gold Medal in the 1500m
Patrick Corkery, 3rd: Anna Beresford and Paul Barenski, 4th: Jan
at the 4th Tunis International Games 2010.
Power and Garry O'Keeffe
She is a very dedicated athlete and trains 6-7 days a week twice a
A mixed doubles club night takes place every Thursday at 7.30pm.
day. Training for Amanda on her own can be tough, especially
All levels are welcome, members and non members. It has been
when the days are dark, so with your help you can have Amanda
great to see so many members support the club night during the
train to her full potential, and get her to London 2012. Male or
summer and we look forward to your continued presence through-
female suitable. Amanda can be flexable with times. Any help is
out autumn/winter.
greatly appricated.Contact Amanda Home: 024 90067. Mobile:
Adult Tournament sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline,
087 4120379. Email: amandacrotty1@hotmail.co.uk

As a follow up to our last sponsored tournament held on 29th July,
kindly sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline, we are fortunate that GSK
have come up trumps again and will sponsor our next tournament.
This will take place on Thursday 23rd September at 7.30pm Air Sea Rescue Drama. There was a dramatic air/sea rescue in
sharp. Our last tournament scheduled for September 9th had to be Ardmore Bay last Saturday that thankfully had a very happy end-
postponed due to weather conditions. A special thank you to ing. Trainee sailors Lucy Brabazon and Hannah Power got into
Patrick Corkery for securing this valuable sponsorship. Twenty difficulties near Curragh and thankfully experienced sailor, John
four players took place in the last tournament and we look forward Brabazon was in close proximity and able to alert the emergency
to a big entry this time round also. Please give names to John Hunt services. Within a matter of minutes Youghal Lifeboat had plucked
087 7672136 or Anne Curran 086 1083485. the two girls from the choppy waters and because both girls were
Junior Competition Junior players were back on court at the suffering from hypothermia they were air-lifted to Waterford
beginning of September after a short break. Saturday morning Regional Hospital. Happily they both recovered within a few
tennis for juniors now resumes. Many thanks to Brian Wade who hours and both were discharged later that evening.
kindly agreed to sponsor our junior tournament on Saturday 11th West Waterford Hospice Coffee Morning. Elsie Hickey will
September. For more information contact Linda 087-6754337, host her now Annual West Waterford Hospice Coffee Morning on
Caroline 086-1722047 or Frank 086-8406848. Thursday, September 16th from 10 am to 4 pm. So do make it your
Junior tennis will resume again for the autumn programme on business to pop in for a quick cuppa on the morning or after lunch.
Saturday 35th September. Times are as follows: If you cannot make it on the day perhaps you might touch base
11 - 12 tournament for ages 10 plus. Frank will also do coaching with Elsie or one of the familyto throw a few quid into the 'kitty'
at this time for juniors. Mini - tennis is on from 12 - 1pm. Mini- during to week.
tennis is open for ages 6 - 9. Playgroup Re-opening. Mary Hurley's Playgroup will reopen
We will do registration for Martin Cusack's Sunday coaching pro- today Wednesday 15th and will be open every Wednesday,
gramme on Sat also. Price is 30 euro for seven weeks. Thursday and Friday from 9.30 to 12.30. Mary also provides a
If there are any parents who wish to find out some more about our child minding service 5 days a week in a friendly home based
junior coaching, why not bring junior along on Saturday morning. environment.Mary is a fully qualified and very experienced child
New members welcome minder and is fully insured and registered with Waterford County
New members are welcome to join Youghal Lawn Tennis Club. Childcare and Childminding Ireland. To contact Mary 087-
With four flood lit courts, play at the club continues throughout the 6547084.
autumn/winter seasons. To help you get started tennis lessons are Teens in Jeans Youth Club An important reminder to our incom-
on offer for beginners every Saturday morning at 10am at the ten- ing members "please return your application forms as soon as pos-
nis club with local coach Frank Delaney. To book a place please sible". The Clubs registration night for members and their parents
contact Frank (086)8406848. If any one would like to 'try before is on Friday 17th September at 8.30 pm. So, if you are a member
you buy' then come along on Thursday night at 7.30pm to take part or plan to be a member you must register on Friday 17th. Club
in the club night. Tennis tournaments and coaching are also avail- will recommence on Friday 24th.
able for juniors throughout the year. The juniors have their own Irish Dancing Classes.The Michael Ryan School of Irish Dancing
committee who work tirelessly and enthusiastically organising commenceS in Halla Déuglán Friday afternoon 3.10- 5 pm.
junior events. Membership fees have remained unchanged for More Prizemoney! The progressive 45 Drive at Keevers intro-
many years now and so offer great value for money. Membership duced a new prize system last week when Terri McGrath and
rates are available for adults, families, students and children. Teresa Joyce won the booby prize for the last game and Tommie
Green fees are also available for tourists. For more information on Power & Michael O'Reilly got a mini booby for best of the last
the tennis club contact Frank (086)8406848, John (087) 7672136 five. James and Nell Foley and Maura Joyce and Thomas Troy
or Anne (086)1083485. shared the real prize on 10 games each and Biddy Power and Liz
Ballinlough Senior Open Week Griffin were third on 7 games.
Congratulations to Bridget Webb and Frank Delaney who teamed Flying the flag. Fair play to Caroline and John Power they're the
up once again to win the grade six mixed doubles competition in best around to fly the flags. Whether 'tis Waterford or Ardmore are
Ballinlough tennis club last week. They kicked off the tournament playing they deck up the whole place and the Dungarvan road was
last Saturday and followed that victory by more of the same on ablaze all week ahead of the junior final and everyone of the play-
Sunday. Thursday night saw them play in a quarter final and in tor- ers names posted up in bold blue and white.
rential rain on Friday night they won the semi-final securing them Great Hurling Weekend. Well done to our junior hurlers who
a place in Saturday's final which they won 6-3 6-4. pulled off a marvellous victory to capture the Tony Morrissey Cup
Contact Details and Western Title on Sunday evening. A huge crowd from every
For more information on Youghal tennis club contact Linda 087- corner of the parish roared them on as if it were an All Ireland
6754337, Caroline 086-1722047, John (087) 7672136 or Anne Final and how our heroes responded to lift our first adult title since
(086)1083485. we won the Intermediate Hurling Championship in 2002.
With the darker, colder evenings drawing ever nearer we hope to
help lift your spirits with a diverse programme of soaring voices
through the art of Choral Singing.
Yes, on Saturday 25th of September at 8.30pm the KGK
Community Sports Hall will host a Choral Evening with a wide
repertoire of music encompassing the different styles of The
Killeagh Choir and The Castlelyons Gospel Choir. Also perform-
ing will be two soloists, the wonderfully talented Tenor Frank
Ryan and equally talented Soprano Sarah Barry. No doubt this will
be an evening of high quality performances.
The hall will once again be transformed into a state of the art the-
atre with grand piano and wine and cheese interlude so you can
fully indulge in the enchantment of the evening.
Tickets for this first-class event are priced at €15. You can come
along on the night or alternatively you can book by calling Ber O’
Farrell on 024 97315 /087 9940043 or Bridget Hunt on 086
8398247. All proceeds go towards repayments for the stage and
By Christy Parker lighting in the Community Sports Hall. We look forward to seeing
Youghal Foroige removed over 30 bags of rubbish when they con- you at this magical evening.
ducted another clean-up of Youghal beach last weekend. In a thor- Anyone wishing to book the hall for meetings, classes, birthday
ough and efficient operation the youth organisation picked detritus parties etc can do so by calling 087 9675399 between 7pm and
from the Front Strand promenade to Redbarn across two, two-hour 9pm, outside of these hours you can leave a message.
shifts across either side of midday. The KGK Community Sports Hall is kindly sponsored by the
Two teams of approximately 20 each participated, comprised from Tallow Area Credit Union.
the Nagle House based facility's music group, café and youth club
alongside adult Foroige volunteers, family and friends. The ratio, HEALTHY LIVING WITH
mind you was an unbalanced 3:1 towards females, which reflects
the on-going requirement for more male participation in Foroige,
especially at voluntary, supervisory level. The Southern Regional Office of the Diabetes Federation of
According to youth worker Emer Power, the work proceeded Ireland will hold a Public Education Meeting on Thursday 16th of
"much more quickly and easily" than the club's previous initiative September 2010 in the Walter Raleigh Hotel, Youghal, Co Cork at
last May when a trawl of the same area filled over 100 bags. "We 8 pm. Admission is free and all are welcome. These meetings are
had learned from the previous time and the weather was much bet- designed to encourage people with diabetes to become more
ter," she explains. knowledgeable about their condition so they can more effectively
In tents times work with their diabetes team in order to maintain good control of
Prominent amongst the debris were crisp bags, plastic bottles and, their condition.
for some reason, shoes, but the area around the rifle range at Our Speakers Dr David Carmody, Specialist Registrar in Diabetes,
Claycastle indicated best how the good summer had accommodat- South Infirmary Victoria Hotel, Ms. Liz Kirby, Community
ed the social habits of Youghal's less conscientious visitors (or per- Dietician, Cork, will focus on the importance of adopting a healthy
haps even locals). Four tents, deck chairs sleeping bags and a huge Lifestyle in the day to day management of Diabetes. Ms Pauline
amount of beer cans and bottles" were discovered, according to Lynch, Development Officer says 'We are seeing an increasing
Emer. "Some of the stuff still had shop tags on., It was like they incidence of Diabetes, however if the condition is properly man-
had been bought especially for the occasion and then abandoned!" aged, people can live healthy lives with Diabetes and we will
she reasoned. That's recession for you -can't afford to feed a tent emphasise the importance of regular exercise'.
with beer in the attic at home! The cleaners also found a lively This meeting is part of a series of events held in the Youghal area
small frog, who we can assume was hopping mad at the habits of in Memory of Mr. Frank Smith, R.I.P. The Smith family fund
humans in his habitat. raised in the local Youghal area to highlight the importance of edu-
The voluntary effort has earned the Foroige centre a much-needed cation and awareness for people with Diabetes.
€500 from the Dept. of Environment, Heritage and Local
Government, to be distributed through Cork County Council. It
will be divided between the centre's youth club, café and Garda Experienced childminder available
Youth Diversion project.
(near Kilcredan School)
Contact Liz: 087 6337356

Lakewood Presbyterian Church Chancel Choir

from Jacksonvillle, Florida
Wednesday September 29th at 8PM
St Marys Collegiate Church Youghal
Admission €10, Concessions €8 Children under 15 Free
Pobalscoil na Tríonóide Pobalscoil Leaving Certs
Students Make Their Mark Head For College
Without doubt, these are exciting times for the Leaving Certificate
class of 2010 from Pobalscoil na Tríonóide, Youghal, as they pack
their bags for the next adventure.
CAO points increased this year and there is more competition for
college places across the board. Students from Pobalscoil na
Tríonóide are travelling far and wide to take up college places. A
number of students will be travelling to the UK to pursue nursing
courses. The majority of students will be participating in
University and Institutes of Technology programmes including
engineering, science, computing, early childhood studies, psychol-
ogy, biological and chemical sciences, teaching, business, arts,
social studies, etc. Many students are progressing onto further
education courses in Cork, Waterford, Galway and Limerick in
areas as diverse as childcare, legal studies, pre nursing, security Standing: Stiofan ó Flaimhin, Bobby Whyte, Colm Geary, Ricky Curley, Adrian
Seward, Michael Cronin, Jack Hussey, Brian O'Halloran. Front Row: Lorna
studies, retail management, hairdressing and beauty care. A small McLellan, Kate Mulcahy, Aine Bulman, Sophie McDermott, Sinead Ní
number of students have decided to either defer their college place Mhóindhíol, Nikita Savage, Kate Grace, Maeve Beecher and Rebecca McDermott
until next year or take a gap year.
U.C.C and C.I.T will be home to many of Pobalscoil na
Tríonóide's students as they embark on a wide range of courses in
these institutions. Adrian Seward, Natasha Ní Bhriain and Robyn
Ní Éalaí have accepted places in U.C.C's degree programme in
Arts. Sinéad Ní Mhóinbhíol intends to study Arts with Music.A
number of students, including Colm Geary and academic highfli-
er David Byrne, have chosen to study Commerce, also in U.C.C.
Courses in C.I.T and W.I.T have once again attracted students
from Youghal. Micheál Ó Cróinín intends to study Construction
Management in C.I.T and Conor O' Sullivan has chosen to study
Sustainable Energy. Anne McCarthy and Sinead O'Shea are look-
ing forward to pursuing a BSc.in Nursing Studies in W.I.T. Fiona Ni Bhrúdair congratulating Nikita
Limerick has proved a popular choice for a number of students Kate Mulcahy attending Trinity College Savage on receiving a Sports
from the school .Jack Hussey, Bobby De Faoite, Michael and Nikita Savage attending DCU Scholarship to DCU
Fitzgerald and Waterford senior hurler Brian O' Halloran have all
accepted places in Mary Immaculate on the ever popular course in
Primary School Teaching. Both Paul Quill and Lorna Mc Lellan
have chosen to further their education in U.L. Paul will study
Politics and Lorna will study Law and Accounting.
Coláiste Cathal Naofa in Dungarvan offers a portfolio course for
students hoping to pursue a qualification in Art and Design.
Samantha Swayne and Rebecca Mc Dermott are looking forward
to starting this course .Simon Goulty has chosen to do a course in
Veterinary Nursing in St. John's College in Cork.
Sarah Curran and Kate Mulcahy will venture to the capital to study
in U.C.D and Trinity College respectively. Sarah intends to do a
degree in Nursing and Kate is going to study Psychology with
French. Bonne Chance !
A number of students have chosen to embark on courses in beau- Pobalscoil students heading to Limerick Jack Hussey, Lorna McLellan, Bobby
ty care and are looking forward to the courses of their choice in the Whyte, Sophie McDermott, Brian O'Halloran and Aine Bulman,
Cork School of Commerce.
This year has seen a surge of interest in both Science and I.T.
Competition has been high for places on many of these courses.
Shanice Daly has chosen to study Pharmacy at U.C.C. Both
Stiofán Ó Flaimhín and David Arnott will take up courses in
Software Development.
Príomhoide, Séamus Ó Ceallacháin had this to say
"Ar dtús ba mhaith liom comhghairdeas a ghabháil leis na scolairí
go léir a rinne an Ardteist sa bhliain 2010.
Opportunity and challenge face the young people who move on
from second level education. The skills, vision, determination and
resilience of our Leaving Cert students will carry them far. I wish
them the very best of luck in the future.
Using 'your' talents is the key - whether you got 590 points or 290
Go n-eirí an bóthar libh go léir." Stiofan ó Flaimhin, Conor Treacey, Ricky Curley, Colm Geary, Maeve Beecher,
Michael Cronin, Kate Grace, Adrian Seward and Sinead Ní Mhóindhíol
Youghal Art Group Killeagh Camogie Club
Our Senior team played Carrigaline in Castle Road during the
week in what was our second last match of the Round Robin
Competition. Our final match will be against Eire Og on the
17th/18th September.
This game will also be the League Semi Final so there will be
extra pressure to win
The match against Carrigaline saw some fine scoring for some of
our young up-coming players. Notably Roisin Culligan, Kate
Murphy and Elizabeth Kelly, when brought on scored some love-
Members of the Youghal Art Group presenting a donation to Ina Murphy for the St ly points. Of course our old reliables of Noelle Donovan and
Vincent de Paul Society. This is in lieu of wine at the opening of their recent annu- Claire Keohane didn't let us down and provided us with a few
al exhibition. Pictured back: Michael O'Loughlin, Louise O'Loughlin, Marina
O'Loughlin, Risteard MacSuibhne, Gwillym Dewick, John Roche. Front: Brid
scores into the net as well as over the bar during the game. We
O'Brien, Kathleen McSweeney, Ina Murphy, Brigid Hughes. eventually ran out the victors, a good place to be in with the might
of Eire Og to face in a couple of weeks. It is evident that with each
YOUGHAL PIGEON CLUB game played that our girls are getting stronger and playing better.
With this in mind training will continue and it is essential that
Last weeks race was flown from Coleraine in county Antrim. The everyone attends these sessions as the pressure builds up for our
birds were released at 7.45am in a light north westerly wind. First semi-final where we will meet either Ballinhassig/Valley
home was Timmy Fitzgerald who timed in 2 birds in a few min- Rovers/Newcestown.
utes to record another good win, his third of the season. The full Panel for the Match: C Deane, Sandra Smiddy, Marie Smiddy,
result was as follows: A.M Walsh, C Keohane, M O’Connor, S Beausang, N
1st Timmy Fitzgerald, 2nd Timmy Fitzgerald, 3rd Michael O’Donovan, Annie Walsh, B Stack, G Cunningham, Angela
Aherne, 4th Tony Hennessy, 5th Tony Hennessy. Walsh, L O’Connor, S Landers, K Murphy, J O’Shea, E Kelly, D
Our second last race of the season is fromMauchline in Scotland Cunningham, K Walsh, Aislinn Walsh, Aideen Walsh, Aoife
this weekend. Only a few birds are expected to go as most fanciers Walsh, Nora Walsh, R Culligan, A.R Sisk, N O Keeffe, Ella Ryan.
think this race is a bridge too far.God be good to years gone by Many thanks to everyone who helped with cakes, sandwiches,
when my father and uncles and their fellow club mates including catering and tidy-up
most of our present day fanciers thought nothing of sending most For the East Cork final on Saturday 4th Sept.
of their birds to perth. It poses the question: Are birds worse today It was great to see Sheila Spillane back in her usual place on the
than yester year? side line after her recent absence!
Many thanks to our sponsors for their continued support. Good luck to our U14 team who play the County Semi final next
Wednesday 8th at Castle Road, Mahon @ 6.30pm. Support for this
YOUGHAL FLOWER very important match is requested. The girls are training hard in
the run up to game.
Monthly meeting will be held at The Walter Raleigh Hotel. On
Tuesday Sept 14th at 8p.m. On this occasion a Charity Night in aid
of St. Vincent de Paul, Youghal will take place together with a Talk
by Mr Charlie Wilkins. Horticultural Competition, The Last Rose
of Summer. A subscription of €10 per member/guest will be appre-

Youghal through to next round of the County Cup
The Youghal Team traveled to Mallow this week for the first round
of the County Cup.It was a very tough game for Youghal as they
were missing alot of players.Well done to all that travelled and
played as it was a great proformance by the Youghal lads.The
Mallow lads really put up a great game and were fighting for
everything.But Brendan Mackey opened Youghals first score with
a fine try.Great to see Brendan back playing again and back with
a bang.A fine try.Mallow came back with a penalty and the first
half finished 5-3 to youghal.The second half seen another great try
from Youghals Coner Lane to put a gap between the sides.Again
Mallow responded with a try from Kieran O’Gorman.It was all to
play for at 10-8 when Youghal got a penalty and up stepped
Jonathan Ormande and put it over to make it 13-8.It stayed at that
and youghal are now through to the second round.Well done again
to all the players and subs that travelled.And the supporters.
Youghal team was;Roy Mcardle, Coner Lane, Ian Sheridan, Tom
Buckley, Justin McCarthy, Jason Lane, John Rodgers, Ken Forest,
John White, Jonathan Ormande, Alan Moloney, Stephen Kelly,
Brendan Mackey, Rob Dee, Alan Fox (capt). Subs;Brendan Finn, Melanie de la Cour from Youghal who graduated with a BA in Education pictured
Paudie O’Meara, Alan Frahill. at the UCC conferrings in Cork recently. Picture: Diane Cusack
Soccer Legend Carl Davenport
signs copies of his Book The
Dav at Read and Write

The Dav - Carl Davenport pictured at Read and Write with Youghal United sup-
porters during his Book Signing on Saturday last

Culture Night in Youghal

Car Davenport pictured with Management and Staff at his Book signing in Read
and Write.

Culture Night will take place on Friday, September 24, 2010.

BLACKWATER Among the free events planned for Youghal is a literary evening at
the Padrone restaurant on North Main Street. This will feature sev-

BLINDS Youghal, Co. Cork

eral local writers reading from their work. Among the writers tak-
ing part are Tom FitzGerald reading excerpts from his historical
guides “An A to Z of Youghal” and “An A to Z of Cork”; Sheila
Tel: 024 92850/93469 Fax: 024-92977 Mannix, a runner-up in this year’s Francis MacManus Short Story
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Twomey reading from his recent poetry. The event starts at 8pm,
and ACCESSORIES admission is free and all are welcome.
Quotes, Measurements & Fittings FREE OF CHARGE Fox's Lane Folk Museum will be open from 7pm to 10pm. Pat
Lynch will talk about the collection and tell stories relating to
HUGE REDUCTIONS items in the museum at 7.30pm, 8.30 pm and 9.30pm. Entrance to
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Gallery 126 will be open from 7pm to 10pm. Pop in and enjoy lis-
East Cork GAA Fixtures tening to music by Tom Connolly on mandolin.
The Youghal Heritage Centre at the Tourist Office will be open
from 7pm to 10pm. Admission will be free on the night.
Tues 14th Sept Ml. O'Connor Motor Factors Junior B Football Claycastle Recording Studios will be open from 7pm to 9pm, an
Championship: St Catherines v Lisgoold, at Castlelyons, 6:30 PM; opportunity for budding musicians to find out how a recording
Wed 15th Sept Garryvoe Hotel JFL Division 1 : Aghada v Cloyne studio works.St. Mary's Collegiate Church will be open from 7pm
, at Rostellan, 6:45 PM; Garryvoe Hotel JFL Division 3: Cloyne v to 9pm.Tynte's Castle will be open from 7pm to 9pm
Youghal , at Cloyne, 6:45 PM; Jones Engineering U21 A Hurling Jack O Patsy Pottery will be open from 7pm to 10pm for a demon-
Championship: Erins Own v Midleton, at Carrigtwohill, 8:15 PM; stration of pottery techniques.
Fri 17th Sept Ml. O'Connor Motor Factors Junior B Football Come out and enjoy Culture Night on September 24th.
Championship: Glenville v Carraig na bhFear, at Rathcormac,
6:30 PM; Garryvoe Hotel JFL Division 3: Youghal v Irish Water Safety
Carrigtwohill, at Carrigtwohill, 7:00 PM;
Sat 18th Sept Junior C Hurling: Dungourney v Castlemartyr , at Irish Water Safety are holding a 10 week Pool Guard course and
Killeagh, 4:00 PM; Rescue I and Safety Course in Aura commencing Thursday 23rd
Tuesy 21st Sept Garryvoe Hotel JFL Division 1 : Carrigtwohill v September at 7.30pm to 9pm. Enrolment at Aura on Thursday
Fr O Neills , at Carrigtwohill, 7:30 PM; 16th September at 7.30pm.
One small step for Keith
aware of what he can’t do and times to celebrate the simple things.
“He gets really chuffed when he does something for himself like
sitting up, then he’ll call us all down to see him,” Tony continued.
By Michael Twomey Keith also goes for various therapies at Enable Ireland regularly.
When 11-year-old keith Phelan was born under an emergency cae- However, there is always a longing and when an opportunity aris-
sarean section, his parents, Tony and Mag had different reactions es like that in Dusseldorf, Tony and Mag are compelled to give it
to the arrival of their son. “Mag knew with a mother’s instinct that a try. “He would like to be able to do what his brother does. He
something was wrong. Of course, I just thought he’s going to be a watches us play football,” Tony remarked.
footballer.” Tony’s laughter at the memory belies the depth of pain Up and down the country on various playing fields parents’ eyes
the parents felt but another anecdote measures the seriousness of well up with pride every time their child puts in a decent tackle,
Keith’s problems. “When they came to tell us about keith all the scores a goal or just crosses the white line. Love is blind and and
nurses scattered, except one. Your first thought is why me?” Tony takes things for granted. We all want what’s best for our child and
recalled. some want even more. Tony and Mag learned the hard way that
Keith suffered bi-lateral Grade 4 Haemorrhage in premature birth, you don’t always get the best. Help them to help Keith so he can
is quadriplegic (all four limbs are affected), suffers epilepsy and help himself. Life is all about negotiating stepping stones. One
has Cerebal Palsy (permanent disorders of the development of small step for Keith could be one giant leap for his family. To
movement and posture, causing activity limitation). After watch- donate to the fund: Sort Code 05841087. To contact to assist in
ing a TV3 feature on stem cell research and procedures being car- fund raising or organise events, contact: 024-20843.
ried at the XCell-Center at Dusseldorf, Germany, Tony and Mag
made inquiries. They were informed that Keith had a number of
options: surgical or lumber puncture (where cells are withdrawn
from the hip bone marrow, good cells are retained in the lab where BUSY DAY FOR YOUGHAL
they regenerate and are reinserted by lumber puncture).
Developments vary in degrees of success and over various time
periods. Keith’s quality of life might improve slightly, immeasur-
ably; it may take days, a month or maybe a year. The visit and pro-
cedure takes five days to complete.

Youghal RNLI Lifeboat was launched on Saturday the 11th of Sept

at 11.58 to a 28ft pleasure boat that was on fire 3.4 miles east of
Caple Island with one person onboard.
When the Lifeboat arrived on scene the casualty had been trans-
ferred a local fishing vessel that was close by and was taken ashore
to awaiting Lifeboat and HSE first aiders and Paramedics. The
Youghal Lifeboat under the helm of David Slattery and crew mem-
bers John Griffen Jr and Martin Morris stood by the boat and main-
tained a safety area around the burning vessel as it was believed
there were gas cylinders on board. Fortunately the casualty was not
11 year old Keith Phelan with his parents Margaret and Tony, sisters Kelly and injured but the boat later sank.
Lyndsey and brother Dean at their family home in Youghal. Picture: Michael Hussey And again at 16.15 to a report of a sailing dinghy with two 14 years
old girls onboard that had got into difficulty off Ardmore head. The
In an effort to change Keith’s life, Tony and Mag are setting up a Youghal Lifeboat under the helm of John Innes and crew members
fund through the Allied Irish Bank. Tony explained. “We are hop- John Griffen Jr and Erik Brooks rescued the casualties from the
ing that people can donate directly, help us with our own fundrais- water and assessed them to be hypothermic. The Waterford Irish
ing or hold events themselves.” Ger Flanagan Print in Youghal has based Coast Guard Helicopter was also on scene and due to the con-
started the ball rolling by sponsoring cards for the Cork Mini- dition of the casualties RNLI helmsman John Innes decided to
Marathon. It looks set to be a long and hard campaign and Tony is transferred them to the helicopter where they were taken to
acutely aware that in the current economic climate, the challenge Waterford to an awaiting ambulance and taken to hospital where
is tough with uncertain outcomes. “There are no guarantees that they were later released safe and well. The Youghal Lifeboat recov-
the treatment will work or what way Keith might progress. He ered the dingy and returned it to Ardmore.


can’t walk, he can’t sit up, he can’t dress himself, he can’t feed
himself, he can’t write; his future is a computer. Anything at all
that could change one of these things…Tony pauses as daring to
say the words escapes him but Mag speaks out…”We hope.”
Keith’s parents will be heavily involved in the process and The Youghal Lifeboat's pagers went off for the third time this week-
expressed gratitude for any possible help that they might receive. end this time to the aid of a 28ft pleasure craft that was experienc-
There are positive’s in Keith’s life as well as his limitations, not ing engine failure 4.5 miles south east of Youghal Lighthouse.
least amongst them his school life at Bun School Mhuire, Youghal. There were two people on board. Youghal Lifeboat under the helm
“We are delighted he is going to mainstream school,” said Tony. of John Innes and crew members Thomas Cliffe and Eddie
“He was really looking forward to going back as he said, ‘to meet Hennessy arrived on scene and established a tow. The Lifeboat
all my friends’ and that does your heart good to see kids gather towed the vessel safely back to it's moorings in the Youghal bay area
round him. There’s no bad feeling.” There are times when Keith is and the lifeboat returned to station.
Inch Festival Queen 2010

Trish Arnold, Inch Festival Queen 2010 pictured with Inch Festival 2010 organis-
The Inch Festival Queens 2010

Carol Keniry performing her songs on

stage Riona Abernethy, Hickey's Bar Queen

Mayor Mary Linehan-Foley pictured with her daughters Shauna and Dainia Foley,
Perks Entertainment Queen; also included are Sal and Phil Tivy

Judges for the night - Sarah Watkins and Sisters Clara and Dainia Foley, Perks
Jennifer Brennan Entertainment Centre Queen

Sarah Harrington, Inch Rovers Queen pictured with friends

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Another Ceolta Sí Season Ends

The conclusion of another successful Ceolta Sí Seisiún season

marks the end of another Comhaltas year. During September there
is scarcely time to reflect on the uniqueness of this enormously
successfully community driven cultural project. Not willing to rest
on its laurels, the Branch organisers have now moved on to prepar-
ing the Annual Report and organising its core activities of classes
in music and dance.
Ceolta Sí which is the performing arm of Comhaltas has now com-
pleted 20 years of entertaining
both locals and tourists to this
region. Despite the predicted
decline in tourist numbers, this
locally produced show featuring
the best of local talent, has once
again maintained its audience
numbers throughout the season.
Local tourist product providers
have been magnanimous in
expressing their gratitude and
delighted that their guests could
experience such a high standard
and authentic evenings of Irish
music and entertainment.
So many of you have also told
us, that your visitors loved the
warm welcome they received at Brú na Sí.
Many people really don't realise the value of the Traditional Arts
and how far reaching they can go into the Community to make a
difference. These arts are often the first introduction and Irish
flavour that people in any part of the world experience. Our econ-
omy may be bloodied but we are culturally unbowed. It is a pity
that the work of Youghal Comhaltas and the difference that it
makes often goes unnoticed locally, perhaps it is because of our
location or perhaps people aren't informed.
To this end we now call on Youghal Town Council to ensure that
Brú na SÍ is not forgotten when local and National leaders are lob-
bied during the National Day of Action- Campaign for the Arts
New Season of Classes. Enrolment for a new season of classes
Eoin Whyte only 500m from Glamour on the High Seas
victory in the 100k National
Cycling Championships in
The 2010 Talktalk National B
Cycling Championships took place
on Sunday with 5 laps of a mostly
flat, but nonetheless challenging
course in Waterford, well known to
local riders as “the sixteen” - a
name that has stuck despite new
roads making it in fact 13 miles in
length. The start near the top of a A group of Youghal Holidaymakers pictured during their recent Mediterranean
Cruise. Included are Teresa and Joe Ahern, Frances O’Reilly, Joan Collins, Hannah
1km drag known as Daly’s Hill and Sonny Kennedy, Helen and Michael Landers, Paddy and Phil Mangan, Olive
where the race also finished. With Hogan and Yvonne McCarthy.
2 other lesser but significant drags
appearing three quarters of the way
around the course; the 500m long TV3’s Dyane Connor
5-6% climb from the Tramore roundabout almost immediately fol-
lowed by the 1km long, 4-5% six cross roads climb (both usually
from Killeagh runs for
into the prevailing headwind), was a course for the real hard men. Hope Foundation in Cork
Mini Marathon
Eoin Whyte, Youghal’s only competitor, who was one of the best
Juniors in the country a few years ago made his move 5 miles from
the finish of the 100k race. He quickly opened a gap of 18 seconds
which grew to 22 seconds with 5km to go. The finish line was
three quarters of the way up Dalys hill where David O’Loughlin
took the 2007 National Champs from an overconfident Nicholas
Roche who tried to solo to victory from 60 miles out !
Eoin was most unfortunate to face a strong headwind for the final
3km and the lead began to whittle down to 14 seconds. Eoin gave
it everything in the final few kilometers only to be caught by the
bunch at the 500m to go mark and finished exhausted in the bunch
sprint finish.
Congratulations to Eoin on a magnificient race and wishing him
all the best in the Race Around Ireland which starts in Navan on
Tuesday night at 8p.m. Eoin is a member of Team Youghal who
are competing in Europe’s toughest endurance Cycle Race for the
second year in a row. Follow Eoin’s and Team Youghal’ progress
by logging on to www.teamyoughal.com.

Comes to Youghal TV£s Dyane Connor gets in training for the women's mini marathon. Dyane joins
the Hope Foundation on Sunday 26th September to raise funds for the street and
slum children of Calcutta. To Join the team visit www.hopefoundation.ie or call
(021) 4292990. Pic Darragh Kane
Saturday 11th of September was another historic day in the histo-
ry of CLG Eochaill when Gaelic4Girls commenced with over 70 raising fun based Quiz and Disco has been scheduled for Friday
girls (aged 8-13) attending. Gaelic4Girls is a program promoted 5th November in Club Aras @ 8pm to raise funds to cover the cost
by the Ladies Gaelic Football Association aimed at increasing par- of the players’ buses to the National Blitz Day in November. The
ticipation in rapid, urban or non traditional areas. The program tar- program is also supported by the Cork Sports Partnership who
gets girls between the ages of 8-13 years in the hope that they will funded the cost of the coaching course and any equipment that is
continue to play with local clubs in the area or that a new club may needed to run the program successfully.
be formed in the area. The girls are taught the basic skills of Gaelic The initial reaction has been fantastic will numbers exceeding 70
Football on a fun basis by fully qualified coaches and then demon- on the first morning, and all participants eagerly looking forward
strate their new skills through a series of mini blitz of games. to the next session. Over the next week the Ladies Football Urban
The program will run over 8 weeks consisting of 7 weeks of Development Officer will visit the schools in the Youghal area
coaching and the final week culminating with an internal blitz. promoting the program. With Ladies Football, the fastest growing
Sessions are one hour in duration and will run from 10:30am – sport in Europe, Youghal Juvenile club have positioned them-
11:30am each Saturday morning. A National Blitz day will also be selves strongly to support and compliment their Camogie counter-
held in November where all sites from around country come parts in hosting sporting outlets for the girls of our town. Working
together to participate in fun, non competitive mini games. The together we hope to emulate the recent exploits of the underage
girls get a chance to meet the Ladies Gaelic Football All Stars on and adult Camogie successes and further strengthen Mná agus
the day also. Those attending on the National Blitz day will also Cailíní as Eochaill in both Camogie and Football.
receive a goodie bag. If anyone is interested in taking part or helping out please contact
The cost of participating in the program is €5 per player which Cormac Galvin (0870508474) for further details.
goes towards the cost of tee-shirt, certificate & goodie bag. A fund
By Christy Parker In terms of result, the meeting was told that "intelligence gathering
Dial to Stop Drug Dealing The September meeting was addressed takes time" but that the outcome over the past two years has led to
by a representative of the Southern Regional Drugs Task Force. The "five Section 10 seizures and numerous Section 3 searches and sev-
speaker informed the gathering of an upcoming re-launch of the eral significant drug seizures. Inquiries are still in progress on up to
region's Dial to Stop Drug Dealing campaign in the Walter Raleigh half a dozen cases and four investigations into individuals are pro-
Hotel on October 4th. ceeding.
The campaign has been on-going under a relatively low profile for In conclusion the meeting was told that the processing of intelli-
two years but awareness is being heightened to coincide with gence given can often take some time, especially if it is used to com-
Youghal's Drug Awareness week from 4th-8th of October. This will prise a strong legal case against a dealer. Therefore the public may
be done concisely through promoting 1800 220 220, the anonymous sometimes feel that contacting the gardai is a preferable course of
Dial to Stop Drugs number, across various organisation and commu- action.
nity bodies. Poster, leaflets and media interviews will form a con- PERSONAL MONITORED ALARMS:
centrated effort to impress the number and its purpose on the con- Community Alert PRO Sergeant John Sharkey said the cost of
sciousness of the community. installing 47 personal monitored alarm systems (including two free
This project is effectively an intelligence gathering initiative that has courtesy of a grateful installer) had surpassed the government grant
proven -and continues to prove- successful in other areas of the of €11,369 by €381. This arose because the grant application was for
country. Locally it is supported by the Regional Drugs Task Force, an initial 39 alarms. The group's finances would cover the shortfall,
Youghal gardai and community networks. assisted by a well-supported church gate collection that raised
Freefone The meeting was told how 1800 220 220, which is a 24- €1,000. There are currently six new alarm applications, with the next
hour, freefone number, is central to the Dial To Stop Drug Dealing tranche set at 15. Applications forms are available from the garda
project. Through 1800 220 220, the general public are asked relay station. It is expected, but not yet confirmed, that grant-aid will
any information, or even suspicions, they may have on drug dealers again be forthcoming. It was clarified also that an extra bracelet/pen-
or dealing, regardless of how miniscule the data may be seem. It is dant per house would cost a mere €5.
imperative that the campaign is recognised as targeting drug dealers SUPER STAYING: Sergeant Sharkey said the superintendent's
as against drugs, a difference that may otherwise be regarded as announced retirement was now on hold and the intended goodwill
criminals rather than their victims. card could remain likewise.
The essence of intelligence gathering is that even the most innocu- CRIME REPORT: Sergeant Sharkey described crime figures for
ous piece of information can assume major importance when placed the seven-week period since the previous meeting as "satisfactory,"
alongside other data in the bigger picture. "We're talking about first with no fatal or seriously injurious occurrences but quite a few crim-
or second hand information -it may be a name, a car registration, a inal damage and disorderly incidents. He reiterated that the statis-
photograph of suspicious activity- anything," the meeting was told. tics covered "only reported or discovered crime."
Confidential The service is "extremely confidential" and based out- Amongst the milieu were 10 persons detected for drugs possession,
side the State. It is managed by an external agency comprised of arising from 74 street searches and six house searches. Besides
trained operators sensitive to the issue, not least from a caller's per- detection work, Youghal gardai co-operated with other agencies
spective. This agency gathers the information and in due course such as the Southern Regional Task Force and the local Drugs
passes it back into the country to the Garda National Drugs Unit in Project sub-committee, which is comprised of various community
Dublin. The intelligence is then formulated into a coherent structure representatives including GPs, social workers, drugs counsellors and
and siphoned back to the gardai in the local community from former addicts.
whence it came and possibly even forming a case for prosecution on The sergeant made reference to the gardai playing an enjoyable five-
its own. a-side soccer match with members of the Youth Diversion project
Most importantly, callers to 1800 220 220 are neither identified nor and to a memorable occasion in every sense with the Ciaran Harte
asked for their identity, though they can provide it voluntarily if they Memorial match, during the summer. He asked that the general com-
wish. In keeping with the essence of confidentiality, phone numbers munity seek garda assistance through Community Garda Peter
are not sought or traced. Queally, whenever required.
Empowering Vetting and caution:
September's meeting heard that project is further seen as empower- The sergeant observed that the gardai are working closely with the
ing the community to use its own strength within to cleanse itself of town council in vetting prospective council tenants. Similarly, liai-
the blight of drug dealing and associated nightmares. "You can feel son with Dublin garda colleagues is persistent regarding non-Irish
very helpless watching a friend or family member being destroyed nationals who may be fugitives from other countries. Several such
by drugs, but this offers a way to strike back for them," said the arrest warrants were executed over the summer. Sergeant Sharkey
speaker. The scheme's success to date also reflects a 'safety in num- added that the gardai are also working with the HSE under the
bers' consensus, whereby the input from individuals is assimilated Children First initiative. Proceeding, he advised householders to be
into that acquired from a variety of sources. wary of bogus callers, whether pretending to be garda personnel or
The Dial Top Stop Dealing campaign originated as a local initiative tradesmen, as such practices were relentless.
in Blanchardstown in 2006. In September 2007, Phase One was A member from the floor asked whether the town council could
launched, adding Tallaght, Co Kildare (Celbridge, Naas, Athy and liaise with residents as well as liaise with gardai regarding new res-
Newbridge), Dublin North East area (including Coolock, idents. A councillor present interjected to say that liaising with gar-
Donaghmede, Kilbarrack, Clarehall, Clonshaugh and Howth) and dai now provided a much improved vetting procedure, than previous
Dublin's North Inner City. Phase two came a year later to bring Cork times. The councillor explained that some instances were beyond
City & county (Macroom, Midleton, Skibereen, Mallow and control, such as when a boyfriend moves in or marriage evolves. The
Youghal), Kerry (Tralee), Limerick, Dublin North, South East meeting had been supplied with information leaflets on ASBOs, in
(Waterford, Wexford and Carlow) into the scheme. Further on, view of a problem during the summer with some youths harassing
Phase Three brought in Dunlaoghaire/Rathdown, Bray, Wicklow business staff and customers. In a brief discussion, Sergeant Sharkey
(East Coast), Midlands, Finglas/Cabra said issuing ASBOs was "labour intensive" and could involve vari-
Calls increasing To date, Phase Two regions have generated over ous personnel over a convoluted and lengthy procedure. He said it
1,100 calls. Dissecting this statistic shows that from September 2008 was often preferable and more satisfactory to employ the criminal
to July 2009, there were 113 calls from Cork city and county, 28 law process in tandem with the Juvenile Liaison officer. ASBOs
calls from Kerry, 45 from Limerick, 19 from North Dublin and 94 served as deterrents nonetheless, he added.
from the South east. Those 141 calls to 1800 220 220 from the The Community Alert's next meeting is the AGM, on Tuesday
Cork/Kerry region were outnumbered between August 09 to August October 5th in the Walter Raleigh Hotel at 7.45 p.m.
as 178 calls were made, mostly from rural areas.
By Derek Kiely
THE Tenth Youghal Triathlon was a tremendous success last
weekend at the East Cork seaside town, with 248 competitors tak-
ing to the Atlantic Ocean, then on to the bicycles then finishing
with a run.
There was over €3,000 in prizes, split amongst the field, with over-
all prizes as well as category
awards too. The course was a
massive 750m swim, 19k cycle
and a 6.5k run and conditions
were tough early Saturday morn-
ing with a rising tide and a sharp
swell in the Atlantic Ocean for
the 750m swim, but as the day
drew on weather conditions
improved significantly and the
roads were dry for both the Laura Carton, Christopher Crowley and Sinead Nolan from Carrick-on-suir
cycling and the run. Triathlon Club
'Youghal Triathlon Director' organisers and the competitors alike, stating that events like these
Tommy Roche said "The day are highly important for Youghal as a town and also sponsored by
was a fantastic success and it is the Aura Leisure Centre at Youghal's swimming pool in the Front
great when everything comes Strand.
together and that is down to hard All results and pictures are posted on youghaltriathlon.com
work from everyone involved in
this event. The standard again this year was absolutely brilliant
with a great range of athletes involved. It's great to see a lot of
local Cork athletes competing well at the top end of Triathlon
competitions and I want to thank everyone who helped in making
this Triathlon a success, the eleventh Youghal Triathlon can't come
quick enough".
As the competition reached fever pitch it was Trevor Woods, a
physical exercise teacher at UCC who emerged as the first man
home and overall winner in a time of 1.05.15. Trevor originally
from Belfast was thrilled with the victory and praised the organis-
ers for putting together such a well designed course.
The first Lady home was Cork's Elizabeth Lee who won the
Youghal Triathlon in 2008. Elizabeth crossed the finish line in
1.10.21 which was a very impressive time indeed.
Other competitors of note were Cork's Chris Mintern who at just
16 years of age has already competed at International level.
Mintern was first out of the water, first home in the cycle, but was
caught in the run by the experiences Trevor Woods, also Donal
Mahon also put in a fantastic performance claiming third place. Men's Result 1st Trevor Woods 1.05.15, 2nd Chris Mintern
In the Ladies race, there was a bit of local flavour as Katie Cooke 1.05.46, 3rd Donal Mahon 1.06.11
who is a niece of well known Youghal man Ken Brookes finished
second and Catherine Brown was third and Leevale from Cork Ladies Result 1st Elizabeth Lee 1.10.21, 2nd Katie Cooke
took first prize in the team event. 1.12.59, 3rd Catherine Browne 1.15.19
The Youghal Triathlon was supported by Youghal Town Council
and the Mayor Mary Linehan-Foley was full of high praise for the

James Grufferty, Jessica Von Hatton, Lizzie Lee and Aine Murphy, all from
Leevale AC

Youghal competitors, Garry Moloney, Kevin Power, Brian Sanders, Conor

Coleman and Thomas Curran getting ready for the swim Jo O'Keeffe and Elaine Harrington from
Bantry Youghal competitors David Quill and
Fred Jayawardene

Eugen McCarthy and Finbar Collins Maria Bowler and Kate Hennessy Marie McSweeney and Stephen
Keith Mackeown and Roger O'Mahony McCarthy from Faranree

Olivia Hallahan, Brian McCarthy and

Michael Roche and Adrew Hickey
Eimear Hallahan

Paul Harrington and Kate Hennessy Edel and Ger Kelleher from Glanmire

Daniel McSweeney, Ballincollig, Sarah Caroline Philpott, International Tri-ath-

Leevale Athletes Ken Devine, Donie Walsh, Twins Stephen and Shane Devine and McSweeney, Kerry Pike and Jennifer lete Chris Mintern and Ina Killeen from
Catriona Devine Lane Kilcully Leevale AC
Cork County Graded League August 10th C.I.T
On Tuesday the 10th of August, Youghal A/C had 3 athletes com- 2010 An POST Rebel Cork Tour - Saturday 11th September
peting in the final Graded League Meet at the C.I.T Track in the A fine group of Nine men and women from Youghal C.C. headed
Pole Vault Competition.Nikita Savage cleared 3.00 metres on her to the Show Grounds in Cork last weekend for our final Sportive
1st attempt and was also successful at 3.20 metres. She was of the year, Blue skies and a healthy Peleton of around 1000 lined
unsuccessful at 3.40 metres with her 3 attempts; her 3.20 clearance up along the Grand Parade for the Grand depart while we watched
gave her 1st place Sarah Ryan was second with a new PB at 3.00 and enjoyed a cup of coffee. Fueled to the hilt we hit the road to
metres; Sarah opened the competition with a first time clearance take part in 160km Rebel Challenge. The route headed out of the
at 3.00 metres and was unlucky on her three attempts at 3.20 city through the Wilton and Bandon Road roundabouts. Along the
metres.Lee Curley finished 3rd with a 2.80 clearance which equals N71 road into West Cork through Halfway, right toward
his PB. Lee opened with a first time clearance at 2.60 metres and Crossbarry on the R589 on to Bandon, bypassing the town and
was successful at 2.80 metres but was unable to get the 3.00 mark. proceeding on the R586 through Enniskean and Ballineen and
National League Final Tullamore, Co. Offaly. onto Dunmanway toward Clonakilty. From their we continued on
The Final of the National League Final took place in Tullamore, the R600 through Timoleague, Kilbrittan and Ballinspittle along
Co. Offaly on Saturday the 14th August.Sarah Ryan from Youghal the coast of Garretstown and the Old Head before coming back in
A/C took part as a guest on the Leevale Senior Women's team; to Kinsale in a burst of rain. The route then joined back up on the
Sarah competed in the Pole Vault and Javelin Competitions. Sarah N71 at Halfway and headed back for the City via the Viaduct, and
opened in the Pole Vault competition with a first time clearance at onto Bandon Road roundabout where the cyclists were be direct-
2.50 metres and also cleared 2.70 metres on her first attempt. ed toward the finishing point at the Cork City Showground's. A
Sarah was also clear first time at 2.90 metres. She was unlucky at fantastic day on the bike, where we actually covered 170km.
3.10 metres but her clearance of 2.90 metres gave her second place National B Championships 2010 - Sunday 12th September
and 7 valuable points for the team.In the Javelin competition The National B Championships took place in Waterford last
Sarah threw her best throw of the season 26.79 metres to give her Sunday with Eoin Whyte travelling to represent the club. The
5th place and another valuable 4 points. Sarah was part of the route involved a fast 100km course made up of five 20km circuits.
Leevale team to finish 2nd place and receive a National Senior With a fast pace been set by the 140 participants, Eoin attacked on
Silver Medal. his own and got away on the last climb of the day around 8km
Munster Combined Events Templemore, Co. Tipperary. from the finish. With the Peloton winding it up behind him in an
Diarmuid Clancy from Youghal A/C took part in the boys U12 attempt to bring home back, he maintained a 30 second gap to
event and had to compete in the High within the last 1km and was finally caught just 500m from the fin-
Jump, Long Jump, Shot and 600 metres. ish line. Unlucky. Congrats on a great solo ride Eoin from all at the
In the High Jump Diarmuid cleared 1.21 club. With just a couple of months racing completed this year for
metres (496 points) which left him in the the first time in many a year, you have showed that the form is
lead after the 1st event. The second event coming back and that next season looks to be very promising for
was the Long Jump where Diarmuid you. Well done
opened with a jump of 3.88 metres and fol- The Race Around Ireland 2010 - Tuesday 14th September
lowed that with a new personal best of 4.08 Best of luck to Team Youghal who are currently participating in
metres and his third attempt was 4.00 this years International Race Around Irelands Team event in Aid
metres. His 4.08 metres gave him another of The Emer Casey Foundation. The Race Around Ireland is far
(534 points) and away the toughest cycling endurance test in Europe and is the
Next up was the shot putt where Diarmuid World's second toughest endurance race. The cyclists of Team
threw 6.41 metres to add another (431 Diarmaid Clancy - Munster Youghal will have to cover a distance of 1,350 miles traveling
points) to his total. The last event of the Combined Events through all four Irish Provinces with many steep climbs and sharp
day was the 600 metres race. Just before Champion descents along the way, starting at 8pm on Tuesday the 14th of
the start of the event the athletes are given their total points from September in Navan. Team Youghal are expected to be passing
the previous events so everyone knows who is ahead and by how through Youghal this Friday the 17th September at around lunch
many points. Diarmuid had a 51 point lead heading into the 600 time, so if you can, get out there and give them your support. Best
metres race; Diarmuid won the race easily, running in front from of Luck lads from all at the Club.
the gun to win by 10 seconds in time of 1.53.57 to add another Best Wishes
(702 points) to his total. Diarmuid won the Munster combined Best wishes from all at the Club to Brian and Clara on bringing a
event U12 on a total of 2163 points, 167 points ahead of 2nd place new underage cyclist to the Club. Baby Sam Sanders arrived last
Friday and his club kit was ordered by tea time that evening. Well
done folks and we hope to see you on the road again next year
Youghal Triathlon 2010
The annual Youghal Triathlon took place on the 4th September.
Well done to Tommy Roche and company for again running a very
successful event. A special well done to all the club members who
participated and in particular to young Chris Mintern who was
first out of the water, first back on the bike and finally finished
second overall in the men's single event at the tender age of 16.
Well done Chris from all at the club.
Club Website
Information about the club, cycling in the area and cycling in gen-
eral, can be viewed at our club website. It has to be seen by all at
Midweek Spins.
The midweek spins have now finished for the year, unless you are
Nikita Savage and Sarah Ryan with Kate Dennison current UK Womens Pole Vault
record holder and finalist in the recent European Championships at Training Camp doing the sneaky training and going out in the morning. Time to
in Loughborough England recently. wind it down for a couple of weeks and conditioned for the win-
Killeagh-Ita's Juvenile
leagues takes place this Thursday (16th) at 6.00, so a reminder to
all 2000, 2001 and 2002 boys - bígí ann gan teip!
G.A.A. Congratulations Those of you who were in Páirc Uí Chinnéide
on Saturday week last for the East Cork Junior A Hurling derby
Once again this year we have seen that March and September are between Dungourney and Castlemartyr (well done to the Reds on
the busiest months of the year in terms of the range of activities, garnering 2-in-arow) must have been very impressed by the qual-
teams and games played. The past ten days have seen a return to ity of the beautiful souvenir programme produced for the occa-
hectic activity and scrambling for pitches around the county, and sion. A great product, organised by a great team - well done and
in Killeagh-Ita's that was certainly true. Here's a round-up of some congratulations to Ursula, Yvonne, Deirdre and the others from
of our activities over that time. the Juvenile committee who worked so hard to get the programme
U-11 Hurling Our U-11 hurlers have had a very productive past to such a high standard. Many thanks also to those who helped to
two weeks. In the East Cork-West Waterford league, we have a sell the programme on the night.
100% record after 3 games, having beaten Brickey Rangers and
Ballyduff away, and Clashmore at home. Sandwiched between
these games was the minor matter of an East Cork final against
our neighbours Kiltha Og which was played on Tuesday August Our Under 10 age group
31st last. It was a thrilling encounter, and having looked to be finished their season
comfortably in front at half time, we were put to the pin of our col- with a fun night at Aura
lar in the second half before two late goals secured our victory. in Youghal last
Well done boys - the ice-creams at Coleman's were well earned! Thursday. Thank you to
Visitors from Lisdowney Oh the excitement! Some of our everyone for a great
youngest hurlers were playing their first match and it was to be season. See you all next
against Kilkenny! Could you beat that? Well, to be exact, it was year.
Lisdowney, from the northern end of Co. Kilkenny, who travelled Congratulations to our
en masse to Páirc Uí Chinnéide on Saturday last. In a welter of Under 14 team and
excitement, matches were played at Under 6, Under 8, Under 10 mentors who took on
(a depleted selection due to other commitments in Aghada) and Buttevant on Saturday
Under 12 level. All the games were eagerly contested, and the last 11th in Blackrock
Kilkenny visitors certainly seemed to enjoy their day in Killeagh, in a very exciting match
which they followed with a trip to Fota Wildlife Park. Many to become our new Kate McCarthy, U14 captain receiving the cup.
thanks to Johnny Brenner for organising the day's events, and to County Champions
the many parents who brought the mountains of sandwiches, with a score of 6-3 to 1-5.
cakes and treats to feed the masses. It was one of those days that Our Under 16 girls played a thrilling match last Tuesday against
many, young and old, who were present, will remember for quite St Catherine's and won by 2 points. Their next championship
some time. game is against Castlelyons on Tuesday 14th @ 6.30pm in
U-16 Hurling Our Under 16 hurlers have also had a hectic sched- Castlelyons.
ule. The East Cork A Final against Kiltha Og was played on Best of luck to our Intermediate team who are also in a County
August 30th, and we managed to secure a draw with a late goal. Final this Saturday 18th in Castle Road, Blackrock, the provision-
In the replay, played last Sunday after the All-Ireland Final, we al time is 11.30am, watch out for posters during the week. Please
were second best, and so we were drawn against St. Finbarr's in come out and support all our girls in their big games, it makes all
the County Championship. This match, played in the Glen Field the difference.
on Saturday last, was a real cracker. Minus one of our main play-
ers, Shane McCarthy, because of injury, we battled gamely
throughout, but were behind by two points when the final whistle
blew. An scór deiridh: Cumann Barra Naofa 2-10; Cilliath-Íde 2-
8. Many thanks to our young and enthusiastic management team
of Kieran Lane, David Meade and Tadgh O' Connor - you have
performed admirably all through the year. The focus now turns to
football, and we hope success will not be too far away.
U-10 Hurling 20 young hurlers had an early start on Saturday last
as we headed to Aghada for the final day of the summer blitzes
season. 22 teams, hundreds of cars, 6 pitches, countless cones, and
a sunny morning - a great occasion! The whole event was a cred-
it to the predictably efficient Aghada Juvenile Club - well done to Mrs. Deirdre Finn of Gerard Finn Plant Hire making a presentation of club gear
Michael Mulry and his huge team of volunteers for all the work bags prior to the county final

done in preparing and managing the day. Our two teams had three
games each and had a very enjoyable day. We have a bit of work
to do on our hurling skills to reach the level that some of our
neighbouring clubs are at, but we'll continue that work day in day PITCH & PUTT CLUB
out. Our next outing is to Cobh on this Wednesday (15th) for
Lady captain Phil Mangan's prize will be played for over the com-
Under 9 and Under 10 matches, while our Under 9 footballers will
ing weekend.Times of play- Wednesday 15th 2.30, Saturday 18th
be involved in a blitz in Killeagh on Saturday morning next. Keep
2.30 and Sunday 19th 10.30 + 2.30. Next weekend the Noel O'
practising, lads - the more you practice the better you will be!
Driscoll memorial will be played for.Times of play Wednesday
Parish Football Leagues Our Under 10 Parish Leagues began on
22nd 2.30, Saturday 25th 2.30 and Sunday 26th 10.30 + 2.30.
Thursday last at 6.00, managing to avoid the rain by starting and
Hopefully the members will come out in force to support these two
finishing on time! Kevin O'Driscoll, Alan Curran, Tom Kelly and
huge competitions. Congratulations to the all conquering gents
Declan Fogarty are the four managers of the teams, and they gave
Cork intercounty team who made history last weekend by winning
invaluable coaching before the games began. In the matches,
the Anchor cup for the eight sucessive year by a margin of 19 shots
Padraig Leahy's Yellow team were just too strong for Darragh
from Kerry.In what was a great weekend for Cork pitch and putt
Geary's Blue team, while Kieran Daly's Red team just edged out
the ladies team also claimed victory by a huge margin ending a 17
Andrew Foley's Green team in the other game. Round 2 of the
year wait for top honours. Well done to all involved
Lotto Winner
Lotto numbers were 12, 14, 18, 20. €17,370 is now the Jackpot
which has been rolling over for the past few months, tickets can be
purchased in Club Arás or many shops & pubs throughout the
town. If you're not in you can't win!!!!
14th Sept Under 13HC Eochaill v Erin's Own away at 6.30pm
15th Under 10FL Eochaill v Kiltha Og Top Field @ 6.45pm
15th September JFL Eochaill - Cloyne away @ 6.45pm
15th September MFL Eochaill v Mallow Top Field @ 7.30pm UNDER 14'S COUNTY FINAL TEAM FOOTBALL
17th September JFL Eochaill v Carrigtwohill away at 7pm
12th September County Semi Final Premier Intermediate
Evening Echo Hurling Championship
Eochaill v Tractor (Draw 15-15). This semi final took place on
Sunday the 12th at Pairc Ui Chaoimh and this was an intense game
of hurling. It ended in a draw and the replay will take place on
Saturday the 25th next. It was great to see such support for the
Youghal players and we look forward to seeing all the supporters
on the 25th September next. Keep the Youghal flags flying.
(Youghal Score 1-13)
Team: Eoin Coleman, Michael Cronin, John Grace, Brendan
O'Sullivan, Conor Spillane, Leigh Desmond, Barry Ring, Nigel
Roche, Damien Ring, Ciarán O'Mahony, Bill Cooper, Brendan
Coleman, James O'Mahony, Brendan Ring, Andrew Curtin. Subs UNDER 14'S FOOTBALL COUNTY FINAL SUPPROTERS
Used: Brett Moloney, Richard Cunningham. Subs. Johnathan
Ormonde, Cathal Ó Laochdha, Gareth Hogan, Patrick O'Mahony,
Arann Kenny, Keith McCarthy, Ed Flavin, Conor Coleman,
Andrew Sheehan, Kenneth Walsh, Shane Spillane, Vincent
Murray, Andrew Murphy. Selectors: Michael Downing
(Manager), Kevin Curtin, Pat Grace, Liam O'Leary, Peter Queally
(Coach). First Aid: Dr. Ml Twomey, Brian Fitzgerald, Alan
Geary, David Revins.
Gaelic4Girls - CLG Eochaill - September 11th for 8 Weeks
Gaelic4 Girls (age 8-13) has now started at CLG Eochaill on
September 11th for 8 weeks. This will take place every Saturday
from 10.30 a.m. - 11.30 a.m. Forms for participants can be picked
up from the office. If anyone is interested in getting involved or
coaching or helping out please contact Cormac Galvin on 087-
0508474. Thanks for your support.
Eochaill Óg: If you are interested in been part of the team and
helping out at with training and coaching with our underage play-
ers please contact contact Cormac Galvin on 087-0508474. Please
note coaching will be provided.
Are you interested in getting fit?? Would you like to learn a new
sport?? Would you like to be part of a new, fun, exciting team??
Youghal ladies are now starting a gaelic football club and we want
YOU to be part of it, it doesn't matter your age, fitness level or
size, all are welcome. Also, "Gaelic for Mothers", mothers, no
excuses, dont be left behind!! If you are interested in any of the
above, please contact Catriona Hill on 086 1951128. we are also
looking for any coaches, volunteers etc, COME ON, HAVE FUN
Helmets & Hurley's - If you have any spare hurley's and helmets
that you are not using. The Club would be delighted to receive
same and this can be used for training and for new children start-
ing out.
Halloween Party Eochaill Óg
This will take place from 3pm to 5pm on the 30th of October next.
If there is anyone interested in helping out please contact Jillian
Corcoran on 086-8557119.
Dinner Dance
The annual G.A.A. Dinner Dance will be held on the 20th of
November next at Club Arás. Tickets will be on same from the
Club from the 1st of October next.
Eochaill Óg Flag Day - 11th September.
Thank you to all who help out with Eochaill Óg flag day that took
place on the 11th September last and to all who contributed on the
day. It was very much appreciated
Acknowledgement & First
Gus Horgan
(1947 - 2009).
Strand Street , Youghal.
Died 21st Sept 2009.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the following for their kind help
at the time of my father's illness and sudden death. A special thanks to Michelle
Horgan and Mary Landers who never left his side and were there for him
throughout. To the team at Marymount Hospice and Bru Columbanus for the
excellent support and assistance they provided, Dr. Callaghan, home help team,
CUH Cork, Fr. Bermingham and Fr. Murphy who co-celebrated the funeral
mass, Billy Cotter , Colin Bulman and all at Egan's funeral home, our neigh-
bours and friends who were a great support to us and our extended family too.
It is impossible to thank everyone individually so please take this acknowledge-
ment as a thank you to everyone who helped out in any way.
Anthony, Olivia, Cormac & Cathal.
Anniversary mass will take please at the Parish church on Sun 19th Sept at 12
"You'll Never Walk Alone"

In Loving Memory of
Edel Scott
2, Pearce Square, Youghal
Who went with the angels to heaven on
9th September 2006

May she rest in peace

O angel of God, my guardian dear
To whom God's love commits me here
Ever this day to be at my side
To light, to guard, to rule and guide,


6th Anniversary
In loving memory of
RESULTS James (Jim) Bulman
whose 6th anniversary occured on 7th Sept.
Ml. O'Connor Motor Factors Junior A Football
Championship: Castlemartyr 1-6, Erins Own 1-7; R.I.P.
Star Homes JHL - Div 3 Section 1: Killeagh 2-7, Ballinacurra 8-
18; Life goes on without you,
Garryvoe Hotel JFL Division 1 : Glenville 1-5, Glenbower It isn’t easy to do,
Rovers 1-15; Lisgoold 2-6, Fr O Neills 1-5; Carrigtwohill -, Erins You were one in a million,
Own -; Fr O Neills 3-5, Glenville 0-6; Ballinacurra 0-6, Erins Own Spread happiness to all you knew.
1-18; You’re life on earth is over,
Garryvoe Hotel JFL Division 2 : Aghada 1-7, Bride Rovers 2-8; In gods home you rest,
Garryvoe Hotel JFL Division 3: Cloyne 1-7, Lisgoold 0-7; Proof to us all, he only takes the best.
Lisgoold 3-7, Carraig na bhFear 1-18; Look after him Lord, don’t leave him alone,
This is his sixth year away from home.
East Cork Journal Minor A Football Championship: Kiltha Og
1-11, Fr O Neills 1-3; In our thoughts and prayers.
Ml. Feeney Builders Minor A Football League: Killeagh/Itas 3-
6, Kiltha Og 4-10; Your loving wife Pat, daughters Jane & Joanne, son Chris,
East Cork Journal Minor B Football Championship: Cobh 2- son-in-law Gerry, daughter-in-law Breda, grandchildren
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John Scully Tom Bennett
Late of Knocknacally, Youghal. Lower Cork Hill, Youghal.
Who died on the 14th September, 2009

The day I lost you Dad is the day I can’t forget,

Although time goes on my heart is breaking yet.
The pain I try to live with, the tears I seldom show,
The emptiness without you Dad, no one will ever know.
I can’t get over losing you, I don’t ever want to try,
I will always keep you in my heart, until the day I die.
Dearest memories from all your
friends and relations.
Loved and missed always by her son Tom, Pauline,
Grandchildren Rhonda, Caroline & John & family


John Scully Noreen McCarthy
Late of Knocknacally, Youghal. In loving memory of my dear wife, Noreen
Who died on the 14th September, 2009 (nee Carey), 4 Cork Road, Killeagh.
Who died on September 15th 1999
Our hearts are full of memories Dad,
We missed our welcome home. Happy memories of better days,
We missed your laughter and warm smile,
We know you’re not far away Dad. Keep you near in many ways.
You will always be with us, Kind friends who think of Noreen today,
Happy memories we keep forever. A little prayer to Jesus say.
May he rest in Peace
Forever in my heart and prayers, your
Loved and sadly missed by son Michael loving husband Fintan.
and daughter Mary

First Anniversary
John Scully In loving memory of
In loving memeory of my beloved father John Gus Horgan
Late of Knocknacally, Youghal. Late of Strand Street, Youghal
Who died on the 14th September, 2009 Who died on the 21st of September 2009
God looked around his garden and saw an empty space,
Beautiful memories dearer than gold He looked down upon the earth and saw your tired face,
Of a father whose worth can never be told. He put his arms around you and lifted you to rest,
Many things have happened Dad, God’s garden must be beautiful, he always takes the best.
I wanted you to share, God knew you were in pain and a cure was not to be,
You gave me years of happiness, So he closed your weary eyelids and whispered come to me.
With loving heart and willing hands for me you did it all. With tearful eyes we watched you and saw you slip away,
Although we loved you dearly we knew you could not stay.
I will never forget the memories of a Dad I loved so dear. It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone,
For part of us went with you the day God called you home.
Sadly missed by his daughter Kitty, & son-in-law Tony
Grandad the happy times we spent together will linger in our hearts forever. Sadly missed by his loving daughter Michelle
Cliona, Colm & Coran and her partner Steven.
Birthday Greetings Bud Clashmore - Kinsalebeg Ladies Football
Recently Catherine [or more affectionately known to us all as Bud] Under 12's
Foley, Monatrea Kinsalebeg celebrated her 70th Birthday with all Unfortunately for our under 12' girls they were beaten by just a
her family and friends at The Old Still in Clashmore. A wonderful small margin of two points on Monday night last in the semi final
wife and mother, Bud is one of the those ladies amazing ladies in against nDeise Girls This match was an absolute cracker one
our community, who devotes so much of her time voluntarily to the which our girls can be proud of they never gave up right to the end.
Thursday club and any other social functions which take place This team have had some great victories right throughout the year
locally throughout the year. A very happy birthday to you Bud con- and well be a team to watch for in the future. Well-done girls keep
tinued good health and happiness. trying it will pay off in the end
Clashmore - Kinsalebeg GAA Lotto Jackpot €2500 Clashmore - Kinsalebeg Junior Ladies Football - County
The Clashmore - Kinsalebeg GAA Lotto Jackpot will be €2500 Champions! On Saturday September 4th our Junior Ladies spon-
when our draw takes place this Monday night at the Old Still sored by Noel Coughlan Construction travelled to Kilmacthomas
Clashmore. We had no jackpot winner on Monday night, when our to take on Tramore in the Junior County Football Final. For the
numbers were 1, 8, 11, 27 well done to the following who were our past five years this team has made it through to the final but despite
lucky winners of €20 spot prizes; Phil Dee Kilgabriel, Oliver their best efforts over the past four they failed to win the coveted
Flanagan C\O Pat Collins, Doireann Collins C\O Pat Collins, Mick title. Unlike Kilkenny this brilliant team of ladies had no plans to
O Connell Cork Hill Youghal, Pauline Roche Newtown make it five in a row in 2010. Headed up by team captain Ciara
Last weeks numbers were 7, 14, 20, 23, well done to the following Dower, 2010 not going to be like every other year for this invinci-
who were our winners of our weekly €20 spot prizes; Ger O ble team of players, as they headed off on Saturday morning
Donovan Cappagh, Billy Collins C\O Pat Collins, Paudie Allen accompanied by their loyal following of supporters.
Moord, Michael O Connell Grange,Elaine Coughlan Lr Cork Hill From the throw in this has to have been one of the finest games of
Youghal. Thanks to all of you for your loyal support to our week- ladies football between two equally great teams played in the
ly lotto. county for a long time as both sides fought hard to try and see off
Death of Maura [nee Curran] Brown the other. It was a constant battle right throughout the first half
With deep regret we record the death which has taken place in with neither team willing to give way with just a point between the
England during the past week of Maura Brown, sister of the late teams at half time. The game resumed it the same intensity for the
Batt Curran Clashmore. To all her family and friends we extend second half matching score for score and at the full time whistle
our deepest sympathy. but the fight was not over yet as it was all level on the score board.
Happy 18th Birthday Andrea Both teams resumed extra time with great vigour with both teams'
A very happy 18th Birthday to Andrea Cunningham Ballyheeney level again at the end of the first ten minutes. However years of
Clashmore congratulations and best wishes from all your family hard work and the great hunger for victory finally paid of for our
and friends. girls. The spell had finally been broken for the fit bunch of ladies
New Arrival from Clashmore as extra time finished with an eight-point victory
Congratulations to proud parents Clare Marks and Stephen over a devastated Tramore team with a final score was 5-18 to 6-
Kenneally Clashmore on the birth of their baby daughter Holly a 13.
most welcome baby sister for Ryan. Best wishes from all your Huge credit and thanks must go to "Riordan" and all our manage-
neighbours and friends. ment team and our trainers who never gave up the dream of coun-
Welcome Home Weekend in Clashmore! try victory even on the darkest days when all hopes were dashed
Great to see many of our emigrant's back home in their native area they helped the girls pick up the pieces and this year they tried
for autumn breaks last weekend, we welcome Seamus Budds even harder to get the girls in tip top shape and they did just that.
Summerhill back from England. Ed and Mairead O Rourke Great credit must go to Philip and Declan and all the trainers over
Ballyheeney back from the USA. We also welcome John Hurton the years for huge commitment you have given to training the girls.
Jnr Ballyheeney back from Germany and Mick Duke is back from It has to have been one of the proudest moments for Conor and Joe
England. It is lovely to see you all again and hope you all had a who have been there for all the years and never lost sight of the
very enjoyable stay. coveted victory [there are those who believe it is Conor's new
Happy 18th Birthday Greetings Sadhbh smile did the trick!] Conor O Riordan Philip Dee Declan
Congratulations and best wishes to Sadhbh Cunningham Coughlan and Joe Flanagan thank you all so very much - as for all
Ballycurrane Clashmore who celebrated her 18th birthday this the times you were accused of shouting at us like cattle - we take
week best wishes from all your friends Sadhbh. it all back it worked! The team selected on the day were Evelyn O
AGLISH COMMUNITY CENTRE BONUS BALL Brien in goals, backs Ciara Dower [Capt.,] Sinead [mammy] O
This week's winner of the roll over Bonus Ball was Jacinta Walsh Rourke, Triona Fitzgerald, Ger Daly, Aileen Barron, Louise
well done to Jacinta. Coughlan in mid field we had the mighty combination of Emma
Clashmore/Kinsalebeg Juvenile GAA. Donovan and Cliona O Keeffe, Our forwards were Clodagh De
U-12 Football. Burca, Clare Power Edel Wilson Sarah Ledingham Ashling O
The County Final was scheduled to be played in Walsh Park last Donnell and Trish Fitzgerald Our subs were Brid Dee Shelly O
Saturday, 11th Sept. against Rathgormack. Full details later Brien Paula Kelly Aine Lombard Leanne Kenneally Yvonne
Our thanks to CJ at the local shop for his donation of refreshments Coughlan Fiona Coughlan Sarah Coughlan Aileen Barron Louise
for the team. It is much appreciated. Wilson Sadhbh Cunningham and of course the mighty Margaret
This is the last time a competitive championship will be held for Foley who unfortunately sustained an injury during the year we are
U-12s, as from next year on, this age group is going to play with delighted to see you back on your feet Margaret and no doubt
the emphases more on fun, and participation of as many children knowing you that new leg will be back in the boot and you will be
as possible. back to full fitness in no time. Leanne Kenneally was another play-
U-14 Western Hurling Championship. er carrying an injury into this final and we also wish her a speedy
This will be played as a straight knockout competition. We are recovery. This was a fantastic team performance you can all be
down to play Stradbally on next Sunday morning in Clashmore. very proud of your achievement girls!
Ladies Football. We must now focus on the Munster semi final which is fixed for
Well done to the Clashmore Ladies Football Team on winning the October 2nd training this Friday night at 7.30 and again on Sunday
County Final on last Saturday in a heart stopping game. at 12 noon keep up the good work and who knows a Munster title
Congratulations girls from the Juvenile Club. may well be in sight!
Clashmore Heritage Centre September 4th. Joanne and John were joined by family and friends
In this month of September, the Clashmore Heritage Centre, at the to celebrate their marriage at their reception at Lismore Hotel.
top of the village and housed in that lovely-restored church, is still Chief at the Decies Bar here in Clashmore Joanne is the lady who
open daily to visitors. This is a very important attraction in an old puts the "OO"! In to the "good" food which is served up there each
village like Clashmore where you had a vibrant commercial and weekend. As the bride and groom set off on their honeymoon this
social community for hundreds of years. The type of records and week we wish them a long and happy life together, and we will see
anecdotes now being sought by thousands living all over the you back again in the Decies on the weekend of September 17th.
world, regarding their roots, means that the Heritage Centre will Clashmore 45 Drive
be the keystone and focus for visitors - particularly those return- Top prizewinners on eleven games were Martin Lynch and Mike
ing to their home-place - in future years. Although the schools Hunt at the Clashmore 45 Drive, in second jointly on nine games
have reopened, we still have some holidaymakers and tourists each were Nell Foley and Billy Allen John Motherway and Tom
passing by - as long as the good weather stays with us. Therefore Osbourne. Our best of the last five game winners were Mary and
the public-relations arm of the Heritage Society will continue to Ger O Donovan, Nell Foley and Ed Hynes, Liam Curran and Pat
mention their exceptional building, containing so many old imple- Roche, Tony Keane and Gabriel Hynes. Our lucky last game win-
ments, curios and photos, at every opportunity. ners were Mary Dower and Jack Douris.
And on that note, may we send out a plea for copies of old photos On the previous Monday night Anne and Edmond Ledingham
of Clashmore and area - to be displayed in turn on the walls of the took the top prize out of Jack's pot when they won twelve games,
centre. Whether of people, events, machinery, houses, farm or in close second we had Mary and Ger O Donovan on eight games.
fishing - they will all be appreciated and treasured. There must In third place on eight games we had Nell Foley and Ed Hynes.
be a lot of old photos hidden away in presses and drawers - so dig Next in to the winning enclosure we had Liam Curran and Pat
them out and help to preserve your local heritage. The contact is Roche winning best of the Last five. Our lucky last game winners
Davy Foley, Main Street, and Clashmore Village in West were Mary Dower and Jack Douris, Kathleen Osbourne and
Waterford. Eileen Dower. Well done to all our winners and thanks to every-
They are back! one for supporting our weekly card game.
All the Thursday Clubbers! Made a welcome return to the hall in Happy Birthday Pa A very happy birthday to Pa Cunningham
Kinsalebeg last Thursday - as we have said many times before we Ballyheeney Clashmore who celebrates his 21st Birthday this
always have space for newcomers and transport to and from the Saturday September 11th , Pa is a popular member of staff at
club is provided for anyone wishing to avail of it by our wonder- Boylesports in Cobh - and you can bet there will be lots of cele-
ful partners in the rural transport service. So do come and enjoy a brations for the big man's birthday this week! A very happy birth-
few hours with us every week. day to you Pa from all your family and friends.
Clashmore Ramblers Alpha Lotto - Jackpot €11050 Aglish Community Centre News Aglish Harvest Festival
This weeks letters in the Clashmore Ramblers Alpha Lotto draw This year was our 3rd festival but it was bigger and better than
were A, G, E, L we had no match four winners so next Wednesday ever before, on Friday night we had the Festival Queen competi-
nights jackpot will be €11050 when our draw takes place down at tion this went off brilliantly. May everyone that was involved in
the Old Still in Clashmore village, well done to the following who any way large or small give themselves a clap. Most of all we like
were our lucky winners of €20 spot prizes this week Alex and to thank all the girls for coming out they were all Queens but their
Friends Clashmore, O Doherty's Clashmore, Liam Allen can be only one winner and that was Nicole Landers from
Kinsalebeg Thanks to everyone for supporting our weekly lotto Villerstown who was representing Karen Landers Beauty Salon in
draw Cappoquin .In second place was Linda O Brien representing the
Death of Geraldine [Nee Uniacke] Reddan Geraldines GAA Club.
With deep regret we received the sad news of the death of On Saturday we had the Finnisk Valley - Game Preservation
Geraldine Reddan nee Uniacke Sharavogue, Ballycummin Society host a clay pigeon shoot and there was a huge crowed turn
Limerick which took place on Sunday August 22nd following an out for that. On Sunday we held the field day and the sun shone
illness. Geraldine a former teacher at Laurel Hill Colaiste was and the crowds came out and the day was just brilliant and we like
daughter of the late Joe [nee Geary of Ardsallagh Clashmore] She to take this opportunity to thank everybody that supported us from
is survived by her broken hearted family her husband Don, her those who advertised our sponsors, the volunteers and most all
five sons Donal, Diarmuid, Alan, Cian and Eoin and a wide circle you the people
of relatives and friends including her aunt Bree Fenton Youghal, That took the time to come out to support our festival. I would
to whom we tender our deepest and heartfelt sympathy. just like to ask anyone that would like to give us feedback on what
Reposing at her residence Geraldine's removal took place to you thought of the festival good or bad, because next year we
Raheen Church on Monday evening and following requiem mass want to make it even better, you can e-mail us on aglishcommuni-
on Tuesday Geraldine was laid to rest in Castlemungret cemetery. tycentre@msn.com, or on our facebook.
Ar dheis De go raibh a hanam dilis. Pakistan Flood Appeal - Thankyou A big thankyou to the
Knockanore Ploughing - Saturday Sept. 18th parishioners of Clashmore and Piltown who donated a combined
All roads lead to Knockanore for 12 noon on Saturday September total of €2800 at masses in the parish on the weekend of August
18th for the annual ploughing match - while a venue for this event 21st and 22nd for the Pakistan Flood Appeal.
has yet to be announced the local committee wishes to remind all On the beat Congratulations to recently commissioned garda
competitors to get their ploughs out, and have them oiled and Paul Cronin, Ardmore, Paul is son of Eileen and Michael Cronin,
greased and ready for action. We will have competitions for all and grandson of Mary and Billy Allen Village View Clashmore.
classes and hopefully we will have some new competitors coming Paul has been posted to Carrick on Suir and all his family here in
on stream this year. This event is always an ideal venue for those Clashmore wish him well in his chosen career.
heading for the national championships to get a bit of competition Bon Voyage Bon Voyage to Ger Dunne who took leave of us for
in before they go so we can look forward to seeing some of our Canada last week, we wish you a very enjoyable stay the Ger.
national competitors in action. As always this is a great family day Engagement Walsh - Moloney This week we extend our con-
out so do come along to Knockanore. gratulations to a popular local couple who are celebrating their
Wedding Bells Hehir - Foley engagement this week, Local agricultural contractor Jason Walsh
Warmest congratulations to Joanne Hehir Youghal and John Foley Kilmaloo Clashmore and Clodagh Moloney - Clodagh is the very
of Ballycurrane Clashmore on the occasion of their marriage popular proprietor of The Ole Mill Bar down on the Kinsalebeg
which took place at St Mary's Parish Church Youghal on Saturday side of the parish. We wish them both every happiness.
In Memoriam In Memoriam
Hennessy In loving Memory of
In Loving memory of Michael Hennessy Mary Bennett
Late of 7, Windmill Hill, Youghal. Late of 26, South Main St. Youghal
Who died on the 11th September 1985
This sad day returns once more, silently opening memories door.
No length of time can take away,
Silent memories keep you near Our thoughts of you from day to day.
Nothing on earth can ever replace,
As time unfolds another year. The sound of your voice or the smile on your face.
No verse, no flowers, no tears can say,
How much we love and miss you every day.
Remembered by his sister Josie, not forgetting my
brothers Paddy, Christy Sadly missed by your loving husband Mikey, children
and my beloved sister Pearl. Michael, Martina, Deirdre, Angela, Kieran & Richella, sister
Breeda, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, grandchildren. R.I.P.

Lily Hennessy - 1st Anniversary 14TH ANNIVERSARY

Anthony Hennessy - 25th Anniversary RACHEL GEARY
Kevin Hennessy - 24th Anniversary SEPT 11TH

We thought of you with love today,

But that is nothing new, We thought of you with love today but that is nothing new
We thought about you yesterday, We thought about you yesterday and days before that too,
And the days before that too. We think of you in silence we often speak your name
It broke our hearts to lose you, All we have are memories and your picture in a frame
But you did not go alone, Your memory is our keepsake with which we'll never part
Part of us went with you, God has you in His keeping we have you in our hearts.
On the day God called you home.
Loved and remembered every day, Mam, your sis-
Sadly missed by your loving brother Michael, ters Kiera, Cassie, Mollie and brothers, Peter and
Mam and brothers & sisters Leon, Nan, Aunts and uncles

THANKSGIVING 5th Anniversary

In loving memory of a wonderful husband,
MIRACLE PRAYER father and grandfather
Richard (Dick) O’Brien
Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for many favours, Who died on 29th Sept. 2005
this time I ask for a special one,
(mention here) We hold you close within our hearts,
Take it Dear Heart of Jesus And there you shall remain,
and place it within your own Broken Heart, To walk with us throughout our lives,
where your father sees it. Until we meet again.
Then, in his merciful eyes it will become your favour, So rest in peace dear loved one,
not mine. Amen And thanks for all you’ve done,
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By Derek Kiely When you consider that this part of the race is just Cork City and
TEAM Youghal had their offi-
cial launch Monday Sept 6th at
the 'Mall Arts Centre' in the
Mall House ahead of their
attempt to defend their 'Race
Around Ireland' eight person
team title.
The race around Ireland is far
and away the toughest cycling
endurance test in Europe and is
the World's second toughest
endurance race and in Ireland
the cyclists of Team Youghal
will have to cover a distance of
1,350 miles travelling through
all four Irish Provinces with Some members of Team Youghal; Ray Flanagan, Christy McCarthy, Kieran Greoger, Eoin Whyte,Tommy Roche, Brian
Fitzgerald, Peter Roche, Robert Heffernan, Tom Fitzgerald, Aonghus O'Broin, Claude McCarthy, Ger Flanagan, Peter Coady
and Maurice Flanagan at the launch of Team Youghal's participation in The Race Around Ireland for The Emer Casey
Foundation. Picture: John Hennessy

many steep climbs and sharp

descents along the way, starting Cork County it puts the 1,350 mile distance into perspective.
at 8pm on Tuesday the 14th of The Team Youghal cyclists will cycle to raise funds and more
September in Navan. importantly raise awareness for the Emer Casey Foundation and
What makes this such a fantastic are Ger Flanagan, Tommy Roche, Christy McCarthy, Brian
Michael T Murphy of Murphy challenge is the constant flow of Fitzgerald, Kieran Groeger, Eoin Whyte, Michael McCarthy and
Insurances, with Jimmy Flanagan. the race which runs 24 hours a John Twomey.
Picture: John Hennessy
day from start to finish, with no
let up and that overwhelming
desire not only to complete the
race which is a huge challenge in
itself, but to win it and defend
The race is part of the Ultra
Marathon Cycling Association
(UMCA) World Cup Series and
Susan and Anthony Cooper, Cooper's the race is organised by the
Kitchens, Youghal
Picture: John Hennessy
Navan Road Club and is sanc-
tioned by Cycling Ireland.
Unlike other cycling races such
as the RÁS or the Tour de France,
the course is in no way roped off,
there are no marshals controlling Mayor of Youghal, Mary Linehan Foley, with her two daughters, Clara and
Gemma, with Jill Kinaha, Cobh, at the launch Picture: John Hennessy
traffic flow, and there are no
planned rest stops or stages in Following a video display at the official launch Mayor of Youghal
this event. Town Council Mary Linehan Foley said "It is my pleasure to
In terms of a sporting event, this launch Team Youghal's bid to defend their Race Around Ireland
David Browne, Yawl Bay Seafood, with
Jack Gaine, Avonmore Guest House really is up there with one of the title and I want to thank the lads for their dedication and commit-
Picture: John Hennessy toughest tests there is as the relay ment to a very worthy cause in the Emer Casey Foundation, they
style strategy of Team Youghal have put Youghal on the map in a sporting sense and have raised
will come into play over the four awareness to a foundation that deserves everyone's support".
or five days of constant peddling.
There will be a cyclist racing at
all times 24 hours a day and the
team should enter County Cork
via Kerry on Thursday night and
make its way by Mizen Head, on
through Schull, Bantry,
Skibbereen, through the outskirts
of Cork City and at approximate-
ly 7am on Friday morning the
team should be tackling St
Patrick's Hill and then make its
Robert Heffernan, Team Youghal, with
way on to East Cork, through
Claude McCarthy, Team Youghal, receives a cheque from Youghal Credit Union,
his wife, Maura, and his niece, Leanne Carrigtwohill, Midleton, Valerie O'Shea and Tina Murphy, with members of Team Youghal; at the launch of
Hennessy. Picture: John Hennessy Castlemartyr, Killeagh and then Team Youghal's participation in The Race Around Ireland Picture: John Hennessy

Mayor of Youghal, Mary Linehan Foley, Cllrs. Sandra McLellan and Barbara
Murray with some members of Team Youghal; at the launch Picture: John Hennessy

Juliette and Brendan Casey from The Emer Casey Foundation with some of the
members of Team Youghal; Ray Flanagan, Christy McCarthy, Kieran Greoger,
Eoin Whyte,Tommy Roche, Brian Fitzgerald, Peter Roche, Robert Heffernan, Tom
Fitzgerald, Aonghus O'Broin, Claude McCarthy, Ger Flanagan, Peter Coady and
Maurice Flanagan at the launch of Team Youghal's participation in The Race
Around Ireland for The Emer Casey Foundation. Picture: John Hennessy

Team Youghal, team leader Ger Flanagan explained the route

involved and the ambition to beat the existing winning time in
2009, which stands at 90 hours and 6 minutes, he told Youghal George Walsh, Martin Carey and Donie McCarthy, Youghal Fire Brigade, at the
News "We have a great team involved in this the World's second launch Picture: John Hennessy
toughest endurance race. We
have a team of eight great
cyclists, plus a support crew
that are invaluable in terms of
making this all work. I have
said it many times before, we
are nothing without our sup-
port team and I want to thank
all our sponsors and friends
and families for their support
throughout the year"
Juliette Casey mother of the
late Emer Casey also attend-
Representing Youghal Chamber of Tourism ed the launch and said "I want
and Commerce, Tracy Kenneally, Aura to thank Team Youghal and Team Youghal pictured with the Gear Van for the Race Around Ireland 2010 which
Leisure Centre, with Ger Flanagan, Leader everyone who have shown will be provided by Coopers Kitchens, Friar Street, Youghal.
of Team Youghal,
Picture: John Hennessy
tremendous support for the

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foundation. We started off as
a family run foundation and now because of the tremendous sup-
port we also have friends helping us to run things. We have three
PHD Students working in the area researching Ovarian Cancer and
that is only possible because of the fantastic support that we have Progress in Race Around
received and I want to thank everyone for their support"
Team Youghal is sponsored by Jack O'Patsy Pottery and KIA
Motors Youghal.
Ireland 2010 by logging on
to www.teamyoughal.com


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