W/E 31/03/2012

posted Mar 27, 2012, 7:07 AM by Unknown user
Toonagh Concert.
 
Toonagh Hall is the place to be tonight (Thursday) when a host of talent will entertain with traditional, music, singing and dancing being the order of the night.   It features the Kitchen Session Group, Siobhan Peoples, Bernie Whelan, P.J. King, Tony Cullinan, Breen Family, Whelan Family, John O'Sullivan, Frank Custy and friends, Keane Family, Bane Sisters and more.   
Funds raised on the night will go towards upkeep of the hall and sports complex.
 
Camogie.
 
Training for all ages up to under 16's takes place on Wed. evenings in Ruan G.A.A. field.  All players are expected to attend, and new players are welcome.  The first League Game for the u16 Championship will be against Whitegate on Thurs. 5th April next.   
The first game in the U13 Championship was held on Sunday in Ruan, against The Burren, with Ruan coming out on top, 3-1 to 2-1.
Ruan Juniors had a win over Kilmaley recently, with a strong performance by the Ruan team.  
The next outing for the Juniors is on this Sat. 31st March, at 6.15 in Ruan against Killenena.   
The girls would welcome support on the day.

Seisun at Purcells.
 
Purcell's Lounge Bar in Ruan will host a Seisun on Sun. April 1st next, at 9.00p.m.  Guests on the night include Brendan Begley and family, Chaoimin O'Raghallaigh, Kate Purcell, Chris Droney and friends.   
A great night of music and song is guaranteed.  Proceeds go to Missionvale Ireland Ltd.  
Further information can be had on line at www.missionvaleireland.org .
 
Recent Deaths.
 
The death has taken place, in England, of Fr. John Meehan, brother of Mary Byrt, Ballaghboy, Ruan.   Margaret O'Keeffe of Highbury, New Park, London and formerly of Carrowkeal, Crusheen, also died recently in England, and burial has taken place in Ruan Graveyard.
 
Hurling.
 
Well done to the Ruan U21 team which had a hard earned victory over Sixmilebridge last week.  
They now face Tubber in the next round. 

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