W/E 09/09/2012

posted Sep 4, 2012, 2:37 AM by Unknown user
Wedding.
 
The wedding took place last week of Rebecca Kelly, youngest daughter of Joe and Bernadette Kelly of Beechgrove, Toonagh and Ronan Keane, son of Mary Keane, Shannon, at the Star of the Sea Church, Quilty.   Celebrant was Fr. Gerry Carey.  Bridesmaids were, Rebecca's sister, Rachel, and her friends, Rita Conroy and Oonagh Fitzgibbon.  Bestman was Shane Wilson, and groomsmen were Barry Whelan and Jerome McKee.   Rebecca's neighbour, Fiona Lyons, sang during the ceremony, after which the reception was held in The Armada Hotel, Spanish Point.   The couple will reside in Crusheen.
 
Bag Packing for Ruan School.
 
Parents of children attending Ruan School, parishioners and past pupils (over 16 years) are asked to ring Assumpta Lyons (0879739636) if they can spare an hour or two on Fri. 7th and Sat. 8th Sept., to help in a bag-packing fundraising venture in Dunnes Stores.  Approximately 60 people are needed for two-hour slots between the hours of 11.00 am and 7.00 pm and any help that can be given will be greatly appreciated.

Camogie.
 
The u16s got their championship off to a winning start, when they overcame The Burren in Lisdoonvarna on Fri. last.  It was played as a 12 a side, as Ruan had only 12 players available on the day, the final score was 7 - 5 to 1 - 2 in favour of Ruan.
The Junior team will play the final group match in this championship campaign, when they meet Eire Og, in Eire Og pitch at 6.30 pm this Fri. evening.   The winner of this game secures a place in the playoff stages of the championship.
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Kitchen Sessions.
 
The Kitchen Sessions return to Toonagh Hall on Friday nights from 7.00p.m. to 9.00p.m.   They proved a great success last year, with a variety of traditional music, song and dance - from brush dancing, sean nos, step dancing and set dancing taking place, and it is expected that the sessions will grow on from where they finished in June, as they proved very enjoyable for young and old.
 
Hurling.
 
Ruan/Corofin u16s will meet Feakle/Killanena, in Div. 1 semi final on this Saturday in Clarecastle, at 3.00p.m.   It is hoped that the players and mentors, who have done so well to get to this stage, will be well supported on the day.
 
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