Week 04/09/2011

posted Aug 31, 2011, 3:17 PM by Unknown user   [ updated Aug 31, 2011, 3:21 PM ]
Open Fair Project.
 
There was a number of local paraticipants at the Open Fair Project which was held at the West County Hotel on Sunday last.  John Hogan, a local craftsman, living in Ruan had some beautifully crafted furniture.   Noelle Tierney from Toonagh showed the jewellery she makes, including fun and funky pieces, Nora Custy also from Toonagh had a vintage clothing stand and Bernard Daffy from Ruan had a stand with old prints and photos and bric a brac.   It was a show to promote local one person enterprise and gave people a chance to see what is out there in their own localities.
 
 
Recent Death.
 
The death took place recently, in the Mid Western Hospital, Ennis, of Christy Corless of Lissyline, Ruan.   Christy spent nearly fifty years, all his working life, in England.   He retired back home to Lissyline, where he resided with his brother, John and his late brother, Martin.   His remains were removed from O'Donnell's Funeral Home, Crusheen to St. Mary's Church, Ruan, and following requiem Mass, cremation took place in Cork.   
He is survived by his brother John and sisters Kathleen and Ann.
 
  
G.A.A.
 
The underage hurlers are busy at the moment, with the u16 Ruan/Banner due to play Corofin in Cusack Park at 1.30p.m. on this Saturday, when they would welcome support.   
The u11's won the first round of their tournament, beating Na Fianna in Ruan.  
The u14 Clare boys who took part in the Tony Forristal Tournament at the weekend enjoyed the outing and stayed in College accommodation for the weekend.   
Flan Lyons, a stalwart of the local G.A.A. Club was one of those in charge of the B squad which won two of their games but lost the semi final.
 
    
Camogie.
 
Ruan u18 Camogie team beat Broadford in their championship game last week in a very competitive game, which finished 
Ruan 5 - 6 Broadford 2 - 7

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