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RIP

Our club would like to offer our condolences to the Quinn family and extended family, on the recent death of Bartholomew Quinn (Ballyknockane) RIP. He is a brother of Mick Quinn who is a club committee member, Bartholomew's funeral will take place in England, and our thoughts are with the Quinn family at this sad time, may he rest in peace.

Strictly a big success

Last Friday and Saturday night Cahir GAA held their version of Strictly come dancing Cahir 2018, and what a show the public and club members were treated too on both nights, the high standard from our thirty dancers was second to none and if you did not know you would think it was a professional outfit that took to the stage, on behalf of our club we would like to thank all thirty dancers for the work they put in over the last twelve weeks, practicing every night of the week and then some, we are very proud of this bunch and we will always remember those two great nights, we would also like to thank the strictly committee, all club members who helped out doing all sorts of jobs, well done people, our panel of judges on both nights, our sponsors the main one being Woodview Service Station( we want to wish them the best of luck on the opening of their brand new shop and food court next Tuesday) Cahir House Hotel for putting up with us for the last number of weeks, Supervalu for their beautiful hamper, John Quirke Jewellers for sponsoring the winning trophies on Saturday night and Irwin's in the square for sponsoring the winning trophies on Friday night, thank you to the choreographer Ruth Quinn who done a great job, our MCs for both nights The 2 Johnnies who were brilliant as usual (see picture 3 below), on the 2 Johnnies we would like to wish them the best of luck on their upcoming nationwide and indeed international tour in 2019, we must say thank you to all our other sponsors over the two nights for their kind donations, one person who was a great help to both the dancers and committee members and who we forgot to mention on any of the nights is Miss Leah O'Donoghue who was brilliant over the weekend so thank you Leah, we hope we have included everyone but if we have missed anyone we say thank you. The Friday evening winning couple were Collette Kiely and Davy McEniry (pictured below no.1) and the Saturday night winners were Gillian O'Keeffe and Kieran O'Dwyer (picture 2 below) and what great winners they were, congratulations to you all.

(Collette Kiely and Davy McEniry, our Friday night winners).

From L to R John Quirke Kieran O' Dwyer and Gillian O'Keeffe (Saturday night winners) and John O'Donoghue club PRO.

Below the 2 Johnnie's in action at the weekend

Our Judges on Friday night (pictured below with all our dancers and the 2 Johnnies) were Edmund Golden, Louise Morrissey, John Leahy and Effin Eddie who done a great job and entertained the crowd, thank you to them.

Our Saturday night Judges were Melissa Hill, Tommy O' Donnell and Paul Collins (pictured below with our Chairman Pat O' Brien and our PRO John O'Donoghue), again the judges entertained the crowd with local knowledge coming from Melissa and Tommy and a native of Tipperary Paul is on Today FM sport

Draw the Joker

This week we were in Cahir House Hotel (some of us might as well live there over the last week) and as always very well looked after, as usual we want to thank you all for your continued support of our fund raising game, this week's winners: Sean O'Connor, Margaret Burke, Linda Lonergan, Pat Cashman & Sheila Slattery.

Congratulations

Congratulations to Our Lady of Mercy School

Well done to the ladies football team from the school who played in the schools finals last week, which were played for the first time in Semple Stadium, Thurles, well done girls hope ye had a great time at the Cumann na Bunscol finals, well done to all the players and their teachers and mentors.