Lanesboro Ballyleague notes
As all my readers know there is much going on behind the scene in an effort to make Lanesboro and Ballyleague great again.
A lot of the focus is the creation of Lanesboro and Ballyleague as a tourism destination as part of Fáilte Irelands Hidden Heartlands brand created by Fáilte Ireland to link with the very successful branding of the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland’s Ancient East.
Earlier, I mentioned that under the Lanesboro Tourism Hub Longford County Council were awarded €250,000 for the tender assessment and development of the Surf and Turf project that was recommended by Future Analytics/KPMG in their Enterprise and Economic Development Strategy. This project has really taken the interest of people with so many asking the whereabouts of the proposal at the moment. Allied to this the Amphitheatre proposal for the quarry is also creating a great interest with the locals.
Last week the result of the Boardwalk Feasibility Study commissioned by Roscommon County Council was released by Dublin consulting engineers Roughan & O’Donovan. Author of the study Marcin Mikonowicz presented the results of the study and the different options that are available. Judging for the results there is a wonderful opportunity for the building of the Boardwalk and the creation of Ballyleague and Lanesboro a tourism hub on the Southside of the bridge creating a walkway from the Marina in Ballyleague out along the shoreline and onto a bridge that will span the cut linking to the Longford bank. Along the pathway it is proposed to see some fishing bays installed to increase the fishing spaces in the vicinity. What is now required is the Longford County Council to complete the Boardwalk study on its own side hence the availability to secure the required funding for this very unique project.
The green shoots are beginning to bud and let us hope that these 3 proposals will come to fruition very soon and Lanesboro and Ballyleague can be a major tourism hub very quickly.
As it happens Lanesboro and Ballyleague got some worthwhile mention in the Dáil last week when both Sinn Fein TD’s Claire Kerrane, (Roscommon Galway) and Sorca Clarke (Longford Westmeath) spoke of the need for Lanesboro and Ballyleague following the departure of ESB thus creating a job black spot for the general area. They spoke of the work within the community to reinvigorate the area and spoke highly of the opportunity that the Boardwalk would bring to not only Lanesboro/Ballyleague but the wider community with an expectation of the area becoming a major tourist centre.
This was followed with a very positive meeting with the Minister
Fr. Turlough Celebrates
This Wednesday 22nd June Fr. Turlough Baxter at 10am will celebrate mass to celebrate the Silver Jubilee of his ordination. Mass will be in St. Mary’s Church and our community should join with Fr. Turlough in his celebration. Since the departure of Fr. Mickey, Fr Turlough has been a constant in our parish aiding our priest Fr. Sergiy from his Killashee parish base.
We congratulate Fr. Turlough on this landmark celebration and we wish him every health and happiness for at least another 25years in his ministry.
The marriage took place on Friday 10th June in St. Mary’s Church, Lanesboro of Robert Corcoran son of Evelyn and the late Eddie Corcoran, Blenavoher and Claire Keane, daughter of Gerry and Stephanie Keane, Leixlip, Co. Kildare. Best man was Brendan Rooney brother of the groom and Groomsman was Richard Rooney, brother of the groom. Chief bridesmaid was Orla Keane, sister of the bride and bridesmaid was Fiona Keane, sister of the bride. Ring bearer was Dylan Rooney nephew of the groom. The celebrant of the marriage ceremony was Fr. Frank Garvey. The wedding reception took place in the Moyvalley Hotel and Golf Resort, Co. Kildare.
We wish the happy couple many years of wedded happiness.
Many congratulations to Charlene Maloney and Scott Cassidy, Church View on the recent birth of a baby boy.
Adult Kayaking takes place every Tuesday evening from the old harbour, Ballyleague. The Kayaking will take place from 7pm to 9pm and the cost is €20. Booking at 0872977769
Young people kayaking every Saturday morning from 11am to 1pm and covers young people from 10 to 17 years. The cost of the 2 hours is €20. Booking at 0872977769
Cloontuskert Community Garden
On Friday morning last the recently developed Cloontuskert Community Garden was laid bare for all to see on the Ireland AM TV programme on Virgin Media 1. Shauna O’Neill, daughter of James and Margaret O’Neill led presenter and popular weatherman Deric Ó h’Artagáin on a magical tour of the garden. She explained that it was once a dumping ground at the back of the Cloontuskert until the Tidy Towns group got it and started clean it up and develop it in that the fantastic garden that is has been transformed into.
Many congratulations to Shauna and her team on the terrific work they continue to do in Cloontuskert. Their vision and continuous activity is remarkable and what a transformation of the Cloontuskert community. Well done to everyone.
A Kayaking Camp for young people between 10 and 17 taking place from Monday 4th July to Thursday 7th July is now totally booked out. A second camp will take place from Monday to Thursday. Wetsuits are required and all other gear will be supplied. €70 per person and 2nd member from the same family €65. To book you place please contact 0872977769. Meet every morning for camp at the old harbour in Ballyleague. The camp will take place between 10am and 12.30pm
Success to Success
As I have often mentioned in these notes of the continued successes of Alan Flanagan it gives me great pleasure to announce yet another accolade that came Alan’s way last week. As you know, Alan is a playwright, as well as a script writer for the TV serial Hollyoaks and last week at the British Soap Awards Alan’s writing once again came to the fore when the programme received the award of ‘best scene of the year’ much to the delight of Alan, the Channel 4 company and the Hollyoaks product team. Alan is son of Jimmy and Bernie Flanagan, Rathcline and brother of Shane, Cloonadra.
Defibrillator Group Training
An AED is an Automated External Defibrillator. It is a portable, simple to use, computerised device. When someone suffers a sudden cardiac arrest it delivers a shock to the heart to allow it to resume its normal rhythm.
An AED checks the heart’s rhythm and it automatically recognises if there is a life threatening rhythm. Once detected the AED delivers a shock to stun the heart returning it to its normal rhythm.
The local defibrillator group is actively seeking new people in the Kilgefin, Ballyleague, Cashel, Killashee and Rathcline Lanesboro areas to become competent in the use of the Defibrillator. The group are also looking to retrain and refresh those that have already completed the course.
If you are interested please leave your name and phone number with Martina O’Brien personally in the shop or by phoning 086 3858934 or email@example.com
Former resident passes away
It was with the greatest of sadness that we learned of the death in England of Noel O’Sullivan, Hounslow, London on Monday 16th May. Noel, a son of the town and Knock, was a very regular visitor back to his native sod. He was a man that never lost touch with the friends he grew up with and the generations that came behind. His warmth and heartfelt greetings will be sadly missed. May he rest in peace.
Noel was predeceased by his father John, mother Mary, his wife Rose, sisters Margaret and Maureen, brothers Sonny, Liam and Hilary.
To his son Gerard, daughter Anita, granddaughter Carla, grandsons Finn and Sam, sister Rosaleen Egan, brothers Vincent, Michael and Val we extend our deepest sympathy.
The importance of defibrillators in the general area cannot be overstated. The lives it can save and has done in previous times are well documented. Over the time of the Covid restrictions the opportunity to raise funds for the replacement of batteries and pads as well as funding needed to replace and upgrade defibrillators could not take place.
Now an appeal for essential funding is being made and the group is appealing to your generosity to ensure all the upgrades and replacements can take place.
If you wish to contribute we ask that you donate by leaving money in an envelope marked with your name into Martina O’Brien at the Corner Shop.
We welcome back Cemetery Sundays to the parish and as usual the first blessing of those buried in Rathcline Cemetery will take place on Sunday 3rd July at 6pm. On Sunday 10th July the blessing of those buried will be in Lanesboro Cemetery at 6pm. The third and final blessing will take place in Clonbonny Cemetery on Sunday 17th July in Clonbonny Cemetery.
Everyone with family buried in the cemeteries are asked to tend to the graves in preparation of the celebration.
Congratulations to Anne Hynes and her husband Mark Mimnagh, Rathcline on the recent birth of a baby boy.
Ballyleague Tidy Towns Draw
Ballyleague Tidy Towns are currently running a fundraising raffle with some magnificent prizes including a top prize of a Two Night Stay for two at the magnificent Four Star Galmont Hotel and Spa, Galway. There are a number of other fantastic prizes available also including vouchers for some local business and boat Trips on the upper Shannon. Full list on Ballyleague Renewal FB page, also tickets €5 each or three for €10 are currently available to purchase on line via our FB page. Physical tickets will be available from Ballyleague Tidy Town members in due course. The support of the community would be really appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Fire & Rescue Service
During the time of the pandemic a lot of new people have moved to Lanesboro and Ballyleague making it their forever home. The opportunity below within the fire station team gives you the opportunity to further integrate yourself in our community.
Longford County Council Fire & Rescue Service is currently looking to create a panel for vacancies in the Retained Service of Lanesborough Fire Station. At Lanesborough Fire Station you will learn lifesaving skills, First Aid training/First Responder training and it is a golden opportunity for you to be giving back to your community.
The website is www.longfordcoco.ie or you can contact via email firstname.lastname@example.org Longford County Council is an equal opportunities employer.
To qualify you must be living and working within a 5-minute mobilisation/response time to the Fire Station and must have a reasonable level of fitness.
Tag Rugby Winners
Congratulations the winning Fermoyle NS who represented us and won the U11 Community Games Tag Rugby county finals last week. They played Ballinalee in the final and now progress to the Leinster Finals on Thursday next 23rd June in Longford. The winning panel was Ethan Donlon, Cian Shea, Darragh Shanley, Tom Hession, Matthew Murphy, Donncha Farrell, David Kenny, Faye Hogan, Niamh Casey, Saoirse Dillon, Saoirse Feeney and Michael Hogan.
Unfortunately the U14 team could not complete the double and were knocked out at the semi-final stage by Kenagh.
Well done to both teams.
Parish Hall Caretaker
St. Mary’s Parish Hall Committee is currently looking for a caretaker through the community employment scheme. Anyone that is interested can ring Sean on 086 1427143.
Tickets selling quickly
Following on from the success of last year’s draw and the recent launch of a bigger and better new draw ticket sales have started with a flourish.
Last year’s profits were distributed to different sections of the footballers, hurlers and ladies as well as fully equipping the gym. While funding does not bring immediate improvement or success it does sow the seed for development and success down the line. To reach much higher levels more funding is required ensuring that all teams are fully equipped with the very best enabling them to build on achieving great things for our county.
Club Longford is in your hands to help make Longford teams in the very top level within Leinster and nationally.
The prizes for the draw are: 1st Prize: Volkswagen Golf 2.0l R-Line or €40,000, 2nd: €1,500 Center Parcs Voucher (Sponsored by M&N Nolan Motors), 3rd: 2 VIP Tickets to Garth Brooks in Croke Park + Accommodation, 4th: €1,000 (Sponsored by Nally’s Forecourt Ltd. Ballymahon), 5th: €500 (Sponsored by Lir Analytical), 6th: Overnight Stay for 2 with Dinner at Viewmount House, 7th: €250, 8th: €250, 9th: €250 and 10th: €250.
If you buy your tickets now you will be in for all the early bird prizes. The dates of the early bird draws are June 18th Dinner for 2 at Wineport Lodge Hotel, Glasson; 2nd July 4 green Fees at Glasson Golf Course; 16th July €250 cash prize and the final early bird is 23rd July 10.2 inch Apple Ipad.
Tickets are priced at €50 each or what was the hugely popular option last year of 3 for €125
Tickets can be bought by contacting me at email@example.com 0862460840, through PayPal or in the shop or from Louis Skelly.
Have you a couple of hours to spare?
To manage and maintain the high standard of the Two Provinces Triathlon the club is seeking the support of people from the local area to help with stewarding, marshalling and the running of the events on both the Friday and Saturday10th and 11th July. If you can help please sign the sheet with your name and phone number that is in O’Brien’s shop as soon as you can please.
Longford Voices United Contemporary & Gospel Choir is inviting New Members to join. We Sing All Genres of Music in a Fun & Lively Style. Information can be got by phoning 0872101376
Christmas in June takes place this Sunday
Sunday next 26th June, we wish Barbara Dowling wonderful success when her dream of the ‘Christmas in June’ concert will take place in Waterford. This has been a mammoth task in organising the event and we hope that everyone that can will help to make this a fabulously successful occasion for both Barbara and Brain Tumour Ireland. with the aim to raise funds and create a critical awareness for Brain Tumour Ireland.
The concert will be very distinctive playing such Christmas favourites like Polar Express and Jingle Bells with a twist and the majority of the arrangements are pieces that have never been performed here before and especially in the month of June.
Tickets cost €25 and include complimentary glass of mulled wine or hot chocolate. Tickets can be bought on Eventbrite.ie just type in “Christmas in June in aid of Brain Tumour Ireland” If you cannot go you why not donate the ticket price to Brain Tumour Ireland
Barbara can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please support in any way you can as support will be greatly appreciated
Mothers & Others
The Mothers & Others group is now up and running with huge interest and turnouts at the Wednesday evening sessions in Clonbonny. Previous football experience is absolutely not a requirement. If you’re looking to join a team for a bit of fitness, football and mostly fun please join us. Whether you intend to play or help, or if you know anyone that would be interested in this new exciting venture, please contact Michelle (086) 1699466 or Sheila (087) 9377839. Keep an eye on the newly created Facebook page for more information: Rathcline GAA mothers & others – search results | Facebook
Weekly Card Game
The results from last Sunday night are Joint 1st were PJ & Bridie Glennon and Mick & Noel Maguire. Last game winners were Basil Mitchell & Tom Rooney. Raffle winners were Johnno, Basil, Noreen Gibbons & Michael Finnan. The game continues every Sunday night in St. Mary’s parish hall at 8 30pm. Light refreshments will be served on the night.
Please support Cloontuskert Grotto
The grotto at Cloontuskert was erected in 1987 to commemorate the Marian Year to honour Our Lady of the Rosary. Sadly on the 8th December 2021 during storm Barra, it was extensively damaged by a falling tree. A committee has now been formed to take on the task of rebuilding the Grotto. The total cost of the rebuild including replacing the statue is in the region of €3000.
With the work coming near conclusion the committee would like to thank everyone that has donate to the rebuild and ask anyone that it has slipped their mind to make their donation as soon as possible.
The new committee hope with your support and generosity to fully restore the Grotto and once again make it a focal point to honour Our Lady. They have set up an idonate page for anyone wishing to be associated with its rebuild or you can give directly to the following committee members where they will gratefully accept any donations treasurers Dympna Trautt, Áine Brady or Johnny Malone, and Sean Carty. You can obtain further information by contacting 086 3551103.
Please see Cloontuskert Grotto Facebook Page to see more information on how to donate through idonate.
Ballyleague Bingo continues
Ballyleague Bingo has returned to Ballyleague Hall on Thursday nights last and will continue every Thursday night. The first numbers will be called at 8.30pm.
A quiz night will take place in Clarke’s Bar on Friday 24th June at 9pm. Tables of 4 and €10 person. There will be prizes for the winning team and spot prizes. Add in the Barbeque that will take place ensures that this will be a fabulous night in Clarkes.
The proceeds are all in support of Roscommon Mayo Hospice.
The next outing of the Lough Ree Golfing Society is on Friday next 24th at 11.00 to Athlone Golf Club, The weather forecast for the day is dry weather. It is hoped to see all members and also others interested in joining or just coming along to play with the Lough Ree Golfing Society. Hope to see you all there. New members are very welcome.
SMART recovery is an evidence based addiction recovery support group where participants learn self-empowering techniques to aid their recovery by overcoming addictive behaviour.
There is a meeting every Friday evening from 7pm to 8.30pm in Vita House, Roscommon. For information you should phone Conor 086 1702912 or email@example.com
Ballyleague National School Parents’ Association are currently undertaking a fundraising initiative by collecting ‘brown coins'(1c, 2c & 5c coins). Do you have a jar/container of these coins in your home and are willing to donate them to the school? If so, please contact Angela Mullooly (087-7955098), Noreen Hanley (087-6944775) or Claire Flynn (086-8814590) to arrange collection/delivery.
Megan Fahy, nee Daly, and her husband Thomas, Loughrea would like to announce the birth of the first baby Alirah Maisie, on the 22nd May. First grandchild of Colm and Joan Daly, Rathcline Road.
Tidy Towns Lottery
On Tuesday 14th June the jackpot for the Lanesboro Tidy Towns lottery stood at €8,600 and as it was not won the jackpot rose to €8,700 for the draw on Tuesday 21st June. The winning numbers drawn on the 14th June were 11, 17, 20 and 26. The winner of the €50 prize was Jack Ward c/o Mags and the three €20 prizes were won by Marie Casserly c/o Mags, Fiona Duffy c/o Brian Toolan and Antoinette Skelly, Newtowncashel c/o O’Brien’s
The funds raised from the lottery is providing the financial support to do lots of planting around the town where the most recent is the shrubs planted on the recently renovated footpaths around the corner on the Longford Road. Your support is enabling the planting and we encourage greater support for funding of other upcoming projects.
Lough Ree Athletic Club
Following Covid, the club is now fully active, catering for junior athletics. Training takes place every Tuesday evening at 6pm at the community college. New members are most welcome. Following Covid it would be great to see the club go from strength to strength in the weeks and months ahead.
The Rathcline GAA weekly 50/50 draw took place on Monday 13th June took place in Clarke’s Bar. The jackpot for the lucky winner stood continues to be amazing and a continually high figure of €532. The winner was Noel Carberry who was the very lucky winners of this excellent prize.
The jackpot pool is continuing to break the €500 barrier on a very regular basis and this is totally down to your tremendous support. The Monday night draw 50/50 draw took place on Monday night 13th June at 7.30 pm in Adie’s Bar. The club is extremely grateful for your continued remarkable support.
The club would love to attract former residents, players and supporters living locally and away from home to play the Rathcline 50/50 online by downloading the Rathcline GAA club app and play the weekly 50/50. The cost of the yearly pink ticket is €100 giving two free draw entries and for 6 months the green ticket for €50 giving one free draw.
Your support is and continues to make a very positive difference to the club going forward.
Grow is a Community Mental Health Movement which meets every Monday at 11am in the Community Mental Health Centre, Dublin Rd., Longford. If you are feeling lonely, isolated or suffering from stress, please feel free to attend. You can call Assumpta for any further information on 086 8114135.
Support line for older people
ALONE manage a national support line and additional support for older people who have concerns or are facing difficulties relating to Covid-19. Professional staff is available to answer queries and give advice and reassurance where necessary. The support line is open seven days a week from 8am until 8pm. Text TALK to 50808 to begin.
Alcohol Anon Meetings
Relatives and friends of alcoholics are welcome to attend meetings in the Family Centre building at the back of St. Mel’s Cathedral on St. Mel’s Road, any Tuesday evening at 7pm.
Day Pilgrimage to Lough Derg
A one-day Pilgrimage to Lough Derg will take place on Saturday 20th August. The bus will leave Ballyleague hall at 7am. For all enquiries and bookings contact Mary 043 33 21969. Information on the pilgrimage can be got at www.loughderg.org
The opening hours of Lanesboro are: Monday 2pm-8pm
Tuesday 2pm-6pm, Wednesday 10am-1pm & 2pm-5pm. The library will be closed all day on a Thursday. Friday 10am-1pm & 2pm-5pm and Saturday 10am-1pm
Knitting & Crochet Group
Knitting & Crochet group will meet every Monday 2pm-4pm
Poetry & Music Circle
Poetry & Music circle will revert to meeting on 2nd & 4th Monday of each month 4.15pm – 5.30pm.
Photocopying, printing and scanning services are available at the library. Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have a disability, illness or injury and would like help to find a job, contact Brenda on 086 3872 855 or email: email@example.com or Siobhan on 086 833 8027 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org, we will be happy to tell you more about how we can help you find employment.
EmployAbility Midlands is funded through the Department of Social Protection to support people with disabilities to find and maintain employment in the open labour market.
Parish Priest: Fr Dan (087 2706060)
Adoration in Ballyleague Church every Friday morning 10.30am. – 11.30a.m. and every Friday night in Curraghroe Church 8.30p.m. – 9.30p.m.
Pilgrimage: One day pilgrimage to Lough Derg takes place on Saturday 20th August, 2022. Bus leaves Ballyleague Hall at 7am. Enquiries call Mary 043 3321969
Ballyleague Bingo: Bingo will take place in Ballyleague Hall every Thursday night at 8.30p.m. Please support.
Progressive 25 card game in St Faithleach’s Clubhouse every Tuesday at 9pm. New players and beginners very welcome.
Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes: Bishop Kevin will lead the diocesan pilgrimage to Lourdes from 24th – 29th August. To book, please contact Joe Walsh Tours on 01-241 0800 or download the booking form at www.joewalshtours.ie
Legion Of Mary Centenary Celebration: Centenary Celebration of the Legion of Mary for Elphin Comitium, in the Diocese of Elphin on Friday June 24th at 7pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Church Roscommon town. The Celebrant will be Bishop Kevin Doran. Light refreshments afterwards at Horan’s Restaurant, Roscommon. All active and auxiliary members and former members of the Legion of Mary as well as Parishioners are cordially invited to attend.
Medjugorje: Official Diocesan Pilgrimage in August led by Bishop Kevin Doran – OPEN TO ALL AGES Dates: 10th – 17th August 2022, ALL AGES WELCOME. Children and Teenagers under 18 years of age must be accompanied by parent/guardian). Cost €650 PPS. Single Option €790. For more Information and registration details please see www.elphindiocese.ie/medjugorje2022/ or contact: Frank McGuiness, Director of Youth & Young Adult Ministry, St. Mary’s, Temple Street, Sligo, Tel: 087 9880690 Email: email@example.com
Diocesan Pilgrimage To Lough Derg: Elphin Diocese’s 3-day pilgrimage to Lough Derg will take place from 24th – 26th June. See www.elphindiocese.ie/lough-derg for details. Early booking of bus places advised.
St. Mary’s Church
Day Pilgrimage to Lough Derg
A one-day Pilgrimage to Lough Derg will take place on Saturday 20th August. The bus will leave Ballyleague hall at 7am. For all enquiries and bookings contact Mary 043 33 21969. Information on the pilgrimage can be got at www.loughderg.org
Eucharistic Adoration on Tuesdays in the church from 10.30am until 8pm. It is very important that there will be at least two people in the church for each hour of the Adoration.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament has resumed on Friday evenings, starting this Friday evening and it will take place between 6pm and 6.45pm. Exposition will be followed Mass at 7pm. It is also an opportunity to avail of the opportunity for Confession.
Fr. Sergiy can be contacted at the presbytery or by phoning 3321166 or 0833892362. For added support and assistance, you can also contact Fr. Merlyn Kenny, Newtowncashel 0860603433 and Fr. Turlough Baxter, Killashee 0879972259 who as you know are assisting in our parish.
Important Cúl Camp
The Lanesboro Cúl Camp for Clonbonny on 11th July has now reached its current capacity of 80 kids. Please see below the link to complete for anyone who wishes to join the waiting list for additional places, which hopefully we will be in a position to offer in the weeks ahead.
Those who complete the form 1st – will be offered the 1st places so please register your interest asap if hoping to have your children attend.
Under 12 League success
Congratulations to our U-12 mixed team and management who recently won the County League Div2 Final versus Mostrim. A pulsating game played in Pearse Park saw Shannon Gaels with an advantage on the score board at half time. With a strong second half showing by Mostrim – aided by the breeze, the Shannon Gaels panel had to hold tight in a nail biting finish to come out on top by 1 point. Thanks to Mostrim for a great game and congratulations to everyone involved on the Shannon Gaels side from players to coaches and wonderful parents / supporters. Panel: Stephen Farrell, Darragh Donlon, Jack Cassidy, Adam Greally, Alfie Murphy, Hannah Farrell, Tim Kenny, Shane Farrell, Donncha Farrell, Oisín Dillon, Ethan Donnellan, Josh Curran, Tom Hession, Emily McDermott, Lillie Dowd, Laura Rhatigan, Michael Hogan, Andrew Nolan, Darragh Shanley, Hayden Smith, David Kenny, Matthew Murphy, Maithiú Hanly, Erin Rumley, Faye Hogan, Coinneach Gordon. Mentors: Mark Kenny, Duncan Murphy, David Curran, Vincent Farrell.
Thank you to Martina and Enda Nolan for supplying club coloured headbands
Our U-13’s play the second round of their championship in Clonbonny on Tuesday evening (21st) at 7:30pm. The opposition on the evening is Granard and your support would be greatly appreciated
While acknowledging the run of the Under 15 team to their final that unfortunately they were so narrowly beaten I omitted to thank the sterling management team for their hard work. The management team of the Shannon Gael Grattan Óg amalgamation was Sean Farrell and Duncan Murphy from Shannon Gaels and & Sean Finnegan and Eddie McHugh Grattan Óg.
The Lanesboro Tri club is looking for people to act as stewards for the upcoming Two Provinces Triathlon in Lanesboro and Ballyleague on Saturday 11th July. If you would like to make yourself available please leave your name and phone number into O’Brien’s shop.