Claremorris 2 – 19 Crossmolina 4 – 3
Claremorris were convincing winner over Crossmolina in the Michael Walsh Junior B Quarter final in Claremorris on Saturday week. It Was the hosts ability to kick long range points leading by two at the break 0 – 10 to 2 – 2 Crosmolina had the ability to do damage when in close to gaol as shown with their four goals but those opportunities were limited in the second half and Claremorris advanced to semi-final with ease in the end
Crossmolina Team and scorers David O’Boyle Eoin McDonnel Patrick McAndrew Noel Hegarty Barry Murphy 1 – 0 Stephen O’Malley Keelan Hegarty J. P. Mulhern 0 – 1 Conor Caden Derek Hegarty Robert Murphy 1 – 0 Conor Rowland Dean Loftus 1 – 1 Gerard Haran Edward Gough 0 – 1 Subs Kenneth McHugh for Derek Hegarty Liam Donohoe for J.P. Mulhern Shane Hennigan 1 – 0 for Edward Gough Declan Gilroy for Keelan Hegarty
There was no winner of Crossmolina Deel-Rovers GAA Club Lotto Jackpot Saturday night 19th September the numbers drawn were 4 – 27 – 28 – 34 two punters matched three numbers Cathal Carolan Ballina Rd, Crossmolina, Brian Donohoe Creevy Castlehill Ballina each win €75. This week’s jackpot is €6,750. The draw takes place in the GAA Club Rooms Saturday night and can be view on Crossmolina GAA face book page. Many thanks for your continued support
Due to the ongoing Covid 19 restrictions the annual “Nightmare On Church Street” event has been cancelled but the Crossmolina Festival group have decided to host some events that work within the guidelines at Halloween. The Halloween Festival will take place from Oct. 24th – 31st with the flagship event been the “Hollywood Horror Night”. This new concept will give you the chance to immerse into five Hollywood Horror movie classics with an family friendly option available as well. Full details on dates, times and tickets will be available soon. Follow the festival on Facebook and Instagram for latest news
Joan Kelly RIP
The Death occurred peacefully on Friday 18th September of Joan Kelly nee McLoughlin Ballina Rd Crossmolina formerly of Woodview Ballaghmuck Crossmolina and Moyne Killala. Her remains reposed at her residence on Saturday with requiem mass on Sunday in St Tiernan’s Church. Burial afterwards in Crossmolina Cemetery. Joan Predeceased by her husband Thomas and son Anthony. Deeply mourned by her loving family John (London), James (Ardagh), Thomas (Westport), Joseph (Ballina), Brian (Crossmolina), Sr. Mary R.J.M (Enniscrone), Joan (Killybegs), Fr. Enda (Moygownagh), brother Enda (Ashbourne), sister Imelda (Chester), daughters-in-law, son-in-law, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives, neighbours and friends. May she rest in peace.
Jonathan win’s in Germany
Congratulation to Jonathan Gordan Carrowkillen Crossmolina Showjumper who rode to victory at the International Grand Prix of Herzlake in Germany last weekend. Jonathan
was Deserving winner at the event, coming out as the overall winner from a starting list of 59 competitors and 20 jump off against the clock. The Crossmolina man has been based in Germany for the past nine years
Paddy Cowman RIP
The Death occurred peacefully on Wednesday 23rd September of Paddy Cowman Gortnor abbey Cossmolina and formerly of Ballyhack Co Wexford. His remains reposed at his residence on Friday with requiem Mass on Saturday in St. Tiernan’s Church, Crossmolina. Burial afterwards in Cross Cemetery, Belmullet. Paddy Sadly missed by his loving wife Julia, sons Dermot and Patrick, daughter Mary-Joe, sister Nancy daughters-in-law Eileen and Trisha, son-in-law Neil, sister-in-law, brother-in-law, grandchildren Daniel, Samuel, Megan, Mellisa, Eimear, Padraic and Fion, nephews, nieces, relatives, friends and neighbour. In keeping with Government and HSE guidelines regarding public gatherings, Paddy’s funeral was privately for family and relations. The family would like to thank you for your co-operation and understanding at this time. May he rest in peace
Doing a Clear Out – Clothes Recycling
If you are clearing out your home please drop the clothes, shoes, bags etc into the Ballina Family Resource Centre, Abbey Street, Ardnaree. We are doing a Cash for Clobber as a Fundraiser for the Centre, your support would be greatly appreciated. For more info call 096 75573.
Mindspace Outreach Service in Ballina FRC
Mindspace Mayo offers a support service to young people (15-25yrs) presenting with anything from common concerns (e.g. dealing with break-up, exam stress, bullying) to young people with emerging mental health difficulties such as mild depression and anxiety. The outreach service will run one day a week (Monday) and is based in the Ballina Family Resource Centre. For further information on Mindspace Mayo please see our website www.mindspacemayo.ie or call us on 094-9067001
Pieta House provides counselling, therapy and support to individuals, couples, families and children who have been bereaved by suicide or feeling suicidal. Pieta House operate an outreach service from the Ballina Family Resource Centre on Tuesdays from 1pm to 5pm & on Wednesdays 9.00am to 1.00pm by apt only Contact: 09325586 to make an Appointment – Because of Covid19 Pieta are currently running their services online or by phone. We will update you when normal services resume.
Covid 19 Pandemic .
The spread of the virus has reached serious levels and constitutes a real risk of radically increased infection within the community. In many cases, the increase in numbers is due to gatherings within households and communities.
That is the reason why the public health authorities are stressing the urgent need to reduce the number of contacts that each one of us has in this period. Reducing contacts requires a specific effort on the part of each of us to deliberately change the number of people with whom we would normally come into contact. This is as important in the current situation as the need for face masks, social distancing and hand washing.
Thank God, there has been no indication of the virus being spread in worshiping communities. Thanks to all who help in sanitising our Churches every day. Let us continue to pray for one another and all our parish community that we will get through this Pandemic.
Western Care Association’s Annual Door to Door Collection is now going online during the month of Sept. To donate, please find us on Facebook “Western Care Association” or go to www.idonate.ie/find the links on our website www.westerncare.com. Any donation will be greatly appreciated. If you would like to donate in any other way, we would be delighted to hear from you, tel. Teresa Ward on 094 90 29174 or 087 246 7857 or email: email@example.com. Thank you for your support.
Foundation in Counselling Course
This is a One-Year Part-time course which will begin 8th Oct 7-10pm and will run for 26 Thurs nights until 20th May 202I in the Newman Institute. There are also two Saturdays 10-5pm to attend. The cost of the course is €1200 and this can be paid in instalments. There is a deposit of €100 required to secure a place on the course. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries or phone 096 72066 for further details.
Thanks to all who are returning Church envelopes and giving donations to support the keep our Churches open. Boxes are at all doors.
Crossmolina Chronicle 2020
Chronicle reminder, the final date for receipt of material for the magazine is just 2 weeks away Oct 2nd,we appeal to those who kindly agreed to write articles to email them to email@example.com before that date, sincere thanks to all who have already contributed.
Bridie Conlon RIP
The death has occurred peacefully recently of Bridie Conlon Nee McDonnell Brighton Rd Sutton Surrey England and formerly of Eskeragh Crossmolina. Requiem Mass was celebrated on Saturday, last 26th September in the Church of Our Lady of Mercy Eskeragh. Funeral afterwards to Crossmolina Cemetery. Bridie predeceased by her beloved husband Pat, her sister Theresa and her brother Paddy, is survived by her nieces, nephew, cousins, friends and neighbours May her gentle soul rest in peace