TARBERT Comprehensive School is pleased to announce that it is now an approved ECDL Training Centre. The ECDL is a recognised qualification, which indicates that a successful candidate has acquired the basic skills to operate a computer, just as your driving licence indicates that you are competent to drive on a public road. It is proposed to commence the course mid February on Monday and Thursday evenings at 7.30pm. Anyone interested should provide a forwarding address and the school will be pleased to furnish full information by post. Please phone 068 36105 or write to The Adult Education Director at Tarbert Comprehensive School.
AWARENESS NIGHT: An Awareness Night dealing with issues and concerns related to alcohol and substance addiction will be held in the Community Centre, Tarbert on Thursday, February 15 at 8pm. Guest speaker will be Mr. Con Cremin, Director of Talbot Grove Treatment Centre, Castleisland. All are welcome.
TARBERT NS: Well done to all the pupils from Tarbert National School who represented the school in the Credit Union Quiz held at the Lanterns Hotel, Tarbert, recently. Congratulations to the Tarbert under 13 team on coming first. The team included Aideen O’Hanlon, Edel O’Connor, Maura Kennelly and Kerry Jo McEntagart who was captain. Another team of Stephen O’Connor, John Lyons, Kevin Shanley and Sean Holly took third place in the under 13 category. Tarbert also secured first place in the under 11 category with Patrick Griffin, Daniel O’Connor, Seamus Gallagher and Sinead Finucane getting an excellent result. Comhghairdeas do gach einne and all the best in the next round.
JUNIOR TEAM: Our junior football team are fixed to play Asdee in the semi final of the North Kerry 2000 championship on this Sunday, February 11 in Ballylongford at 12 noon.
GAA MEETING: A meeting of the Tarbert GAA Club will be held in the Community Centre on this Thursday night,
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ARDFERT RETREAT CENTRE: This Sunday, February 11 will be a day of prayer and reflection for parishioners from Tarbert and Glin at Ardfert Retreat Centre. Anyone interested in joining the group should contact Mary F Holly at 36263 or Mary Coolahan at 36315 before this Thursday, February 8.
GAA LOTTO: There was no winner of the 1,100 Jackpot in the GAA Lottery draw held at Savage’s Bar last Sunday night. The numbers drawn were: 4, 5, 10, 24. Lucky dip winners of 25 each were: Nora Kennelly, Shane Langan, Sarah Prendiville. Bar prize winners were: bottle of whiskey sponsored by Savage’s Bar, Mike Finucane; 10 each, Danny Enright, Michael (Fitzie) Fitzgerald, Eugene Mulcaire. Promoter’s prize 10, John Foley. The next
Jackpot will be 1,200 and the draw will be held at the Wicked Wolfe Bar on this Sunday night, February 18. All are welcome. At a recent meeting of the club it was decided that only those present for the Sunday night draw will be eligible for the bar prize draws.
UNDER 13 TEAM: Our under 13 football team scored an easy victory over Ballylongford in the first round of last year’s NK Championship which was played in Shannon Park recently. FInal score was 3 15 to 1 7. Outstanding for Tarbert were Niall O’Connor, Conor Flynn, Sean Holly, Kieran Lanigan, Gavin O’Donnell and Shane Enright who scored 2 4. Other scorers were Gavin O’Donnell (1 4), James Wrenn (0 2), Michael Kissane (0 2), N Kelleher (0 1), S O’Connor (0 2). The team was: M Normoyle, S Holly, T Holly, L Dillane, K Lanigan, K Enright, N O’Connor, G O’Donnell, C Flynn, S O’Connor, J Wrenn, S Mullane, S Enright, M Kissane, N Kelleher.
SYMPATHY: Sympathy of the community is extended to Olly Conyard, Kilpadogue on the death of his father, Mr Frank Conyard, Donegal. Sympathy is also extended to Mrs Margaret O’Dowd, Carhoona and to Mrs Ann O’Connell, Doonard Crescent, on the death of their sister, Mrs Christina Palmer, Norwich, Norfolk and formerly of Rathmullen, Co. Donegal. Margaret and Ann travelled to Norwich for their sister’s funeral.
GAA AGM: The following are the officers and committee elected at the GAA Convention which was held on January 14. President, Very Rev Jimmy O’Connell, PP; vice presidents, Paddy Scanlon, Tom O’Callaghan, Fr John O’Connor, Georgie O’Connell, Bishop Edmond Carmody, Very Rev Philip O’Connell, Morgan Burke, Patrick O’Hanlon, Fr James O’Hanlon, Fr Tommy O’Hanlon; chairman, Anthony Stack; vice chairman, Pat Patwell; secretary Joe Langan; assist secretary, Patricia Griffin; joint treasurers, Danny Enright and Michael Carrig; PRO, Finbar Carrig; Registrar,
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JUVENILE CLUB AGM: The annual general meeting of the Tarbert Juvenile Football Club will be held in the Community Centre on Saturday, February 17, immediately after the Vigil Mass. It is essential that there is a good turn out at the meeting to ensure the continuation of a good vibrant club in the parish.
GAA MEMBERSHIP: All players and GAA supporters from the parish are reminded that Wednesday, February 28 is the closing date for membership of the local GAA club. Club members get first preference in the draw for football tickets for the Munster, All Ireland semi final and final games. Membership fee is 5 for adults and 3 for students and can be paid to Club Registrar, Joe Langan, Chapel St.
SET CEILI: West Limerick Set Dancing Club are holding a Set Ceili in the Convent Hall, Abbeyfeale, on Sunday,
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GAA SOCIAL: A well attended and most enjoyable GAA Club social took place at the Lanterns Hotel, Tarbert, last Friday night. An excellent meal served with efficiency by the hotel staff and the variety of speeches by the invited guests at the head table added to the occasion. The invited guests included Fr Maurice Brick, PP, Tarbert; Fr. Jimmy O’Connell, PP, Killorglin; Fr. David Gunn, Chaplain, Tarbert Comprehensive School; County Board Chairman, Sean Walsh and his wife, Patricia; North Kerry Board chairman, Der O’Connor and his wife, Mary.
County Board chairman, Sean Walsh in his address paid tribute to the Tarbert Club for the marvellous facilities provided at Shannon Park, especially for the North Kerry championship. He congratulated Der O’Connor and the North Kerry Board on the success of the championship which is now recognised as one of the best in the county. The chairman paid a sincere thanks to the supporters from the parish and from every parish in the county for their great support for the Kerry team in the past year. He thanked the Co. Board delegate the Tarbert Club, John O’Connor for his courtesy at all County Board meetings and wished the club every success in the coming year.
Fr Maurice Brick and Fr Jimmy O’Connell, both gave encouraging and good humoured addresses and paid tribute to all who work with the teams and the club on a voluntary basis year after year. Fr Brick who is a native of Kilmoyley and Fr O’Connell who is a native of Causeway also recalled their own days on the hurling field and the pride of the jersey.
Club Chairman, Anthony Stack, in his address thanked everyone for their support for the social and also thanked the people of the parish and outside the parish for their support of the lotto each week. He said the departure to Australia for twelve months of brothers John and Eugene O’Connell and of Conor Lanigan to Boston until September will be a big loss to the senior team and of junior player, Eoin O’Sullivan, who is also gone to Australia.
Anthony wished them every success.
Able MC for the night was club secretary Joe Langan who thanked Maurice and Maureen Fitzgerald of the Lanterns for an excellent meal and paid tribute to the Tarbert Bord na nOg club for all their work for underage football in the parish and complimented the club on the launch of their book, “A Century of the Red and Black”, during the past year. The Hall of Fame trophy, sponsored by MIchael and Nuala Carmody went to stalwart of the fifties and sixties, Ritchie Lyndon, who received a great ovation when he was presented with the trophy by Sean Walsh.
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Jon Daly netted four goals as Rangers claimed an 8 0 win over Stenhousemuir to cement their hold at the Scottish League One summit.
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Sections of the Ibrox support were on their feet as chants of ’sack the board’ rang around the stadium, the spectre of off field strife continuing to haunt the Govan based club.
Rangers claimed their third of the day after 37 minutes when Kevin McKinlay’s attempted clearance went in off Little and when Daly got on the end of Richard Foster’s long punt with a diving header it was 4 0.
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In 1897 brothers Eustace (1875 1932) and Oswald Short (1883 1970) began their collective aviation career as self learned pilots of the coal gas balloon. After a relatively short amateur ballooning career, in 1905, they provided three balloons by contract to the Indian army; shortly thereafter they found their way into the public sector of aviation, manufacturing balloons for other independent adventurers like themselves.Then, in 1908, brother Horace Short (1872 1917) joined Eustace and Oswald in the family business and the three officially adopted the company name of Short Brothers. Following these developments, the newly formed company began production in the town of Leysdon on the Isle of Sheppey where the Short Brothers became the first aircraft builders in the world.Although Great Britain’s Civil Air Transport Committee had recognized in 1917 (over ten years after the Shorts began their business exploits) the civilian need for flights to remote destinations, such as South Africa and India, it was not for another ten years that the necessity would be fulfilled. The airboat (flying boat) presented a whole new means of travel for adventurous Europeans. Equipped for water landings, the flying boat allowed access to new and highly romanticized destinations that were now in demand.Other mentions of the Short BrothersBetween 1909 10 the Short Brothers who were based at Leysdown on the Isle of Sheppey in the UK, built six Wright flyers under contract. This marked the beginning of the British Aviation manufacturing industry. The aircraft were supplied to the Royal Aero Club. The Club established its first flying ground at Muswell Manor near Leysdown on the Isle of Sheppey in 1909. Early contacts with the Wright brothers in America by Charles Rolls and the redoubtable Short brothers, balloon makers to the Club, led to the latter acquiring a Wright license and laying down the first aircraft production line in the world, at Leysdown and later nearby at Eastchurch. Oswald and Eustace Short made their first balloon in 1898 and established their works under a Battersea railway arch, supplying all fitments for the sport. From 1908 Oswald and Eustace were joined by their elder brother [Horace] and set up one of the first aircraft manufacturing companies. was founded by two brothers, Eustace and Oswald Short in 1898, in England. Originally they manufactured spherical balloons then in 1907 the firm was appointed Official Aeronautical Engineers to the Royal Aero Club. In 1913, the company found further development necessary and devoted itself almost entirely to the manufacture of seaplanes. Since the War,
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Fabio Capello revealed that he told Wayne Rooney to ‘have a good holiday’ when he took him off at half time and denied him a hat trick against Andorra.
For a player who relishes every minute on the pitch you would presume that the Manchester United striker did not relish the decision.
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