News & events in Ballyduff

Date: October 2017   Destination: Ballyduff   Author: Jim  
News & events in Ballyduff
News
NEWS FROM BUDS:

Reminder men's breakfast club every Friday morning 10.00am -11.30am
Full Irish Breakfast and Healthy options available all proceeds raised go to Men's Shed building fund
Ballyduff Men's Shed is on the final run before opening its door to the community prior to Christmas. We need a selection of items and a couple of extra hands to help finish stage one. Please support this worthwhile and valuable project, you can help by giving in a number of ways, your time, your skill, monetary or supplying needed materials.
Please contact any member of the committee or leave your name and number at 066 7148883 and a committee member will contact you. Thank you for your time and interest
“Take Me Out” Fund-Raising event for Bud's and Buddies will take place on Friday 7th November at the Ballyroe Heights Hotel. Admission is €10.00 per person which includes show and disco with bar exemption. We are also looking for contestants if interested please contact Katie 066 7148883. Tickets are available at reception and at the door on the night. Mid-term break for Buggy walking & Mummy and Baby group all staring back the following week
Taking names for a New Computer Group starting shortly Benefit 4 Programme
Individual and couple computers classes available with Audrey every Wednesday

MOTOR SPORT:

County Kerry is the place to be for motorsport fans in November as the Irish rally season draws to a close on the roads of The Kingdom. Two of Ireland’s most-popular rallies will take place just three weeks apart.
First up is the Banna Beach Resort Kerry Winter Rally, an event that is this year celebrating its 25th anniversary and is set to take place on Sunday November 9th.
Organised by the Tralee-based Kerry Motor Club, the rally is the final round of the Top Part West Coast Rally Championship. The rally will take place on closed roads in the North Kerry area with centralised servicing at Listowel Racecourse. It is expected to draw a capacity entry of 130 cars.
Three weeks later the Rentokil-Initial Killarney Historic Rally takes place. This is the only rally in Ireland that caters exclusively for historic-specification rally cars and has grown in stature and international recognition since its inception in 1996. The Saturday, November 29th event will use some of Ireland’s most-famous rally roads including the world-respected Moll’s Gap. The Killarney and District Motor Club organised event is the opening round of the 2015 Clonakilty Black Pudding Irish Tarmac Historic Rally
Championship and will attract 150 competitors from all over Ireland and Britain.
Further details of each rally are available on www.kerrymotorclub.com and www.killarneyanddistrictmotorclub.ie

DEATH:

The death took place of Kitty O’Connor (nee Stack), Tralee Road, Ballyduff. Her remains were removed from Lawlor’s Funeral Home to SS Peter’s & Paul’s Church, Ballyduff. Burial was in Rahela cemetery. Sympathy is extended to the family, relatives and friends of the above deceased.

GAA NEWS:


ALL STAR: Congratulations to Padraig Boyle on being selected on the 2014 Christy Ring All Stars team. He received his award on Friday night last at a function at the Conference Centre in Dublin.

U10 FOOTBALL BLITZ: Well done to our u10 football team who took part in the Mungret Invitation Tournament where teams from Clare, limerick and Kerry took part. In the 1st round Ballyduff defeated Inane Rovers by five points and in round two they defeated Mungret by three points. In the final Ballyduff had a 2 – 6 to 0 – 3 victory over Limerick side Ballybrown. Well done to mentors Joe Murphy & Joe Whelan and to all the parents that travelled on the day.

U13 FOOTBALL: Ballyduff qualified for the final of the Tommy Madden Memorial Cup by virtue of a 5 – 12 to 2 – 6 win over Tarbert/Moyvane in the semi-final. They will now play Ballydonoghue or Listowel Emmets in the final.

CUMANN NA MBUNSCOL: After a terrific game of football Ballyduff C.N.S lost out to Lisselton in the play-off for top spot in North Kerry. Final score Lisselton 3 – 6 Ballyduff 1 – 8.
Sliabh a’Mhadra N.S had better luck when they defeated Duagh 2 – 11 to 0 – 5 in their section final at Mountcoal on Thursday of last week.

NIGHT AT THE DOGS: Tickets are almost sold out for the Buster Night at Tralee Greyhound Stadium on Saturday November 29th. The €10 ticket entitles you to free admission to the greyhound stadium and a chance to win €500.

MUNSTER HURLING: Congratulations to Lixnaw on their great victory in the Munster Intermediate Hurling Championship win over Ballyhea of Cork at Mallow on Sunday last.
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