125 CELEBRATION DINNER DANCE: 125 Celebration Dinner Dance will take place in Hotel Kilmore on Saturday 19th November. Tickets are now printed and available from any committee member. Many tables are now taken so book your ticket early to avoid disappointment. More details later.
Temple St Children’s Hospital: The cake sale raised €603 last Sunday. Many thanks for your support.
Lough Derg: One day retreats begin this week on Lough Derg. Places still available for the following days: Aug 17,20,21,22,23,24,27,28,29,30,& 31. September 3,4,5,6,10,12,13,14,17,18,19,20. Cost €30 Reservation essential.
Cemetery Sunday: Sunday 11th September – We bless the graves of all those buried in our cemeteries. Blessing takes place after 10am Mass in Scotshouse and in Corrinshigo at 12noon.
Clogher don Óige: in association with youth link NI (Youth Work Training Agency) are organising a workshop for people who are interested in finding out more about youth work and youth work training. The workshop takes place on Tuesday 13th September at 7.00pm in St Michael’s College, Enniskillen
Clones Library News: Irish Language Classes for Adults: Would you like to learn, improve or use your Irish? Maybe you’d like to help your children with their homework. Why not join the the Irish classes in Clones Library on Monday Nights from 6-8pm. For enquiries or to register your interest please contact Clones library at 047 74712.
The Famine Commemoration: Events will start on Monday 29th August with talks on the Famine in the Canal Stores, Clones at 7.30pm. There will two weeks of various events leading up to the National Commemoration Day on Saturday 10th September. On Monday 5th September there will be a talk in Scotshouse Community Centre at 8pm by Dr Eammon O Ciardha on Ireland Pre Famine Times. A full programme of events will be published in due course.
Are you willing to walk from Scotshouse to Clones for the Commemoration Service at Teehill on Thursday 8th September. Everyone is welcome to join the walk on route to Bully Acre for 7.00pm.
Sons of St Patrick G.F.C. Weekly Lotto Draw. Numbers Drawn 10 14 18 26 Jackpot Winner NONE
Next weeks Jackpot €3,100 €15 Prizewinners: Bernie McCaul Knox, Sarah McDonald Knox, James O’Reilly Killeshandra, Catherine and Gerard Fay Knox, Katie Daly C/O Bernie McCaul, Mary Connolly Analore St.,John Duffy 83 O’Neill Pk. Clones, Jason & John Quigley C/O Dan’s, Pete McEntee Scotshouse,Jim McMahon Cloncorick..
Draw for 2 All Ireland Tickets: Lines are now on Sale for 2 Tickets for the ALL IRELAND Football Final and Over Night Accommodation in The Clarion Hotel. Lines €2 each or 3 for €5. Surely worth a purchase.
Local Celeb: Great to see our local celebs featuring prominently in the nation media. Dick Clerkin has a regular column in The Examiner each Monday and he has been featured on the Committee Room and several Sports Shows in recent weeks. Also Daniel McKenna featured on RPM in recent weeks. Continued success to both in their sporting and media endeavours.
NED RUN: Congrats to participants from the Currin Club who took part in the Ned Run in Scotstown recently. It was a great event in honour of 2 very committed and keen Sportsmen Ar dhheis de a anam.
Ladies: Best wishes to the Monaghan Ladies who compete in All Ireland Quarter Finals V Meath this Saturday and especially to our local representatives Ellen and Laura. Check out TG4 for coverage.
Aghabog Ladies are through to the Intermediate Final having beaten a much fancied Magheracloone side. Our girls (7 in Total) Ellen;Laura;Reggie;Fabianna;Flavia;Orla King & Niamh Connolly all are regular playing members and contributed strongly to the win. See match report.
Championship Replay: Saturday 20th August 2011 at Scotstown 7.00pm Lets give the lads a good support. They were the best team on Saturday last and were unlucky not to win. That extra shout may be all that is required. Bring the family.
Game against Tyholland Saturday Last: A clean hard fought game between two teams that were both fired up. Currin started well getting two points in the first ten minutes. The first half was fairly even apart from a Tyholland goal and at half time the score was Currin 0-5 Tyholland 1-5. Currin came out in fine form after the break, Jack scoring a quick point. Unfortunately Gerard O’Callaghan had to be substituted after an injury, Sean Brady taking his place. Dick Clerkin played a great game center field collecting most of the high balls and setting up the forwards. Jack McCarron played his usual excellent game scoring a goal from the penalty spot after 15 miknutes. This put Currin in the lead followed by two points we all thought that was enough, but Tyholland came back and levelled he game just before full time. In extra time Tyholland got the first point, but then Currin got a goal and once again Currin were in the lead but Tyholland got a point to draw level as the whistle was due.Team: Fergal Connolly,Shane O’Connor, Conor McCaffrey Enda McCaffrey, Ciaran McCaffrey, Michael Quigley, Gerald O’Callaghan, Francis O’Callaghan,Dick Clerkin,Ben Blerkin, Jack McCarron, Stephen Smyth, Gareth Beattie, Ciaran Kierans, Philip O’Callaghan, Stephen Beattie came on after twenty minutes in the first half and Sean Brady, Declan Smyth and Tommy Maguire all came on in the second half.Jack McCarron scored one goal and six points, Stephen Smyth two and Shane ‘Connor each scored.