The death occurred of Mrs Mary O Connor nee O’Brien, Clonmore, Newtownshandrum and native of Kilmurry, Feenagh. Sympathy is extended to her family and to Mrs Eily O Brien, her sister in law, and family, Kilmurry, Feenagh.

May she rest in peace.

GAA Lottery:

The draw for the lottery will be held on Sunday November 22nd at 12 Noon for a jackpot of €17,900.

There was no jackpot winner in the draw on Sunday November 15th. The jackpot was €17,800. The numbers drawn were 4,8,16 and 28.

The lucky dips went to

€50 Billy O Gorman – Bungalow – Promoter Mary O Gorman

€20 Marie Geary – Gurteen, Feenagh – Promoter John Lynch

€20 Emmie Chloe Kiely – Promoter Online

€20 Marian and Ryan O Sullivan – Ballinruane, Kilmeedy – Promoter Marian O Sullivan

€20 Annie O Gorman – Milford – Promoter Jim Long

€20 Darragh Kiely – Feenagh – Promoter Vincent Kiely

Feenagh Community Centre:

Feenagh Community Centre has been at the centre of parish life for many years. This year due to Covid 19 restrictionswe are unable to hold our annual table quiz, Christmas festive evening and our annual draw. These events are the only fundraising we undertake during the year. In their absence we have decided to set up a Go Fund Me Page to raise funds for the running costs and upkeep of the Community Centre. The Go Fund Me Page can be found on the Community Centre Facebook page or by searching Feenagh Community Centre on

Alternatively, donations can also be given to any member of the committee or into Lynch’s shop, Feenagh. All donations will be greatly appreciated.

Church Offerings:

Church offerings envelopes can be handed into the Parochial House, The Square, Dromcollogher. Envelopes for the Holy Souls names and offerings can be got at the church porches in Kilmeedy and Feenagh.

Donald –V- Joe

Trump got the hump when Joe did triumph

And stole his glory and power

It sounded like, get on your bike, no wonder indeed he is sour

It looked for a while he would win by a mile, it was all within his reach

Then all of a sudden the tide did turn

And Donald was left on the beach

But Joe kept his cool, he is of the old school

When it came to the count, there was no doubt

They are different as dollar and dime

Donald ranted and evaded and took out his rage on those poor defenceless gold balls

His building career is over, no more Mexican walls

We will miss his mop of orange hair

The clapping of hands and his thumb in the air

But who knows in twenty four he may come back to even the score

Jim Moloney