Nearby districts: Freemount, Kilbrin and Morenaby


ekli 45 drive

45 Drive resumes Sunday at 8 p.m. at the Heritage Center (The Old School). Admission €10. We request our patrons to wear their masks and sanitize their hands on their way. Looking forward to seeing you all on Sunday night.

Last Sunday night’s winners were: First prize went to Nellie Mae Foley, Glash and Nelly O’Connor, Freemount. The winning women’s team was Kathleen Guinn, Glash and Kathleen Tome, Newmarket. The best gents team was Pat and Patrick O’Connor, Churchtown. The mixed award was won by: 1 Paddy O’Leary, Glash and Mary Noonan, Freemount. 2 Esther Hayes, Kilbrin and John O’Riordan, Konturk.

The following won Raffle Awards: 1 Tom Sheehan, Glash. 2 Theresa O’Regan Kilmedy. 3 Eileen O’Connor, gl. 4 Nelly Mae Foley, gl. 5 Pat O’Connor, Churchtown. 6 Hugh Murphy, Boherbeau. 7 Neil O’Connor, Freemount.

The cards are out this Sunday night August 7th at 8pm.

Jimmy Ready back on the radio

Every Saturday at 1 PM Jimmy’s will have his own music show at Cork Music Station. On the same station you can listen to Jimmy with a new program called Jimmy Ready and Friends on Tuesdays at 8 PM. You can tune on your computer, laptop or tablet or smartphone. We wish them all the best in their new venture.


This week is All Ireland Fleed Cheoil Week in Mullinger. We wish all of our members who are participating in The Flood as spectators or who are competing in a very safe and successful weekend.

social dance

Join us this Sunday, August 7. Dance at Freemount Hall for the afternoon. Dance at 3 pm. Till 6 pm. Admission €10 and includes tea. This Sunday (August 7) ​​music will be provided by Glenn Flynn. Get your dance shoes ready for another great afternoon dance. Coming up on Sunday 14th August. Declan Aungier. Our ercode is P56 P893.

mother and baby exercise class

If you wish to attend these mother and baby classes contact Valerie (Misfit Studio) on 0861749611. These classes will equip you with the knowledge how to help with post-pregnancy rehab and rebuilding strength. Using core and breath work to develop core and pelvic floor muscles while increasing mobility, overall health and confidence.

old photos

Why don’t you check out your supply of old photos and send them to us with a caption. We can send them in weekly paper or we can put them on our parish website for posterity. The email address is Start Searching!

St. Michael’s Church

Mass Sundays at 10.30 a.m. Normal Monday at 8 p.m. and Tuesday at 9.30 a.m. All gatherings will be live streamed by clicking on or “Freemount Church Live Stream”.

Mass Broadcast: Mass broadcast on television on RTE News Now channel every weekday at 10.30 am. Every other week there is a Mass on Sundays at 11am on RTE1 television.

On other Sundays there is a service at this time but on those Sundays there is a mass after 2 PM on RTE News Now channel.

community food service

The James O’Keefe Institute, Duhlo Community Food Services in Newmarket provides home delivery meal service for the elderly or those isolated in quarantine or cocooning. Meals can be booked on long or short term basis. Dinner and dessert cost €7.50. Delivered to your doorstep every day from Monday to Friday. The menu changes daily and special diets are catered for. Cold food is also available to heat at home if needed. 029-76375 for more information. contact at orlath/olive

used postage stamp

If you have used tickets you can hand them over to the Heritage Center any morning.

history website

If you would like to keep up with the progress of our History website, please log on to You can see your own photo. We would also like to hear from you.

GAA Weekly Lotto

The numbers taken out last weekend were 8-15-17-31. There was no jackpot winner. The Lucky Dip winners were: 1. Hazel Huxley, Knockeda, Freemount. 2. Rory Walsh, Commons, Freemount. 3. Anne. O’Flynn, Malo. 4. Jim Goggins, NoCanada, Freemount. 5. Conn O’Connor, Knockf, Freemount. This weekend’s jackpot is €3750. You can’t win if you’re not in.

Our annual lotto for next year will run from the beginning of August until the end of July 2023. We would greatly appreciate if you would support the Freemount GAA by joining our annual lotto.

You can pay €100 which can be paid by cheque/bank draft [made payable to Freemount GAA] You can pay by Bank Draft to any Club member or alternatively IBAN-IE32 AIBK 9363 1612 1500 52 To enable us to identify your payment it is necessary that you include your name as a reference. We can also offer monthly or quarterly payment facility. by standing order.

If you join the annual lotto, we will use the same numbers as in the previous year unless you instruct us to change them, our annual lotto is the main source of income for Freemount GAA and the annual lotto is your main source of income. Continuing support is critical to its success Contact Kate Keane 086 2320994 if you would like to join

your news

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The engagement

Congratulations to Sharon O’Reilly on her recent engagement with Jeremy O’Sullivan, which was celebrated at the Social Club over the weekend.

House fire

Sadly, a family has lost their home in a massive fire that broke out in the village last weekend. Thankfully there were no casualties. All the belongings of the family got burnt in the fire.

A neighbor is helping along with others in an attempt to do as much as he can for the family. They need clothing for an 8 year old girl and a 3 year old girl and 7 and 2 year old boys and mom’s size for clothing is 10/12. If anyone can help in any way you can please contact Paula O’Donoghue on 0874669888.

Dog feces

It has been brought to our attention that there has been an increase in the amount of dog feces in the GAA pitch and surrounding areas. It is the person with the dog who is responsible for cleaning. There are a lot of people using this facility and the surrounding areas and our volunteers don’t need the extra work of cleaning up after others. Dogs should be kept on tugir leads. Please note that dogs are not allowed on the pitch. Please follow the prompts.

croc rovers

We had an excellent Cl Camp 2022. Hope everyone enjoyed the photos over the week. Many thanks to all the cork players who took their time talking to the kids, performing and signing the jerseys etc. To all the participants in the camp, you were outstanding and are a credit to both the club and the families. The amp could not have run without the coaches who volunteer their time, be it a day or five, a big thank you to everyone who helped. But special thanks to Bridget Lucy who stepped in as coordinator and organized a wonderful camp. Thanks. See you all at camp next year and in the meantime continue to train and play.

Croke Park – Croke Rovers has been invited to participate in the U12 Blitz at Croke Park on Thursday 18 August. This is a very rare occasion for our club and will definitely be a great experience for the kids. As well as the Blitz, they will also get a tour of the stadium and museum. We should have an idea of ​​the numbers before taking a final decision on transportation but we will travel by bus or train. If your child would like to participate, please contact David O’Sullivan on 0876308381.

Good luck to our U13 hurlers who are playing in the North Cork League Final against Kielshanig on Thursday 4th August at 7PM.

GAA Stability

Friday 5 August Junior A Hurling Championships at Kilbrin v Newmarket, Kentucky at 7 p.m. Please come out and support the team.


Congratulations to Geoffrey O’Callaghan and Leona Connolly on the birth of baby Dylan. Dylan’s maternal grandfather says that he will play for Limerick.


Dennis Horgan Social Bowling Club

Jackie Daly and Liam Casey Contests: Dean Sexton – 11 points, Danny Murphy – 5 points, Ned Kelleher – 22 points, Alan Sexton – 4 points, Sam Ahern – 20 points, Maurice Cashman – 18 points, Edmund Sexton – 2 points, Eugene O’Sullivan – 17 points, John Breen – 13 points, Patrick Sexton 3 points.

John Cummins Competition: Ned Kelleher – 15 points, Eugene O’Sullivan – 6 points, Edmund Sexton – 1 point, John Breen – 5 points, Dean Sexton – 1 point, Abby Lehane – 1 point.


Clyde Rovers GAA

Lotto Results – Draw Jackpot €11,900. Points Draw 11, 21, 25, 26. No winner. Lucky Dips: €20 Mary Fitzpatrick, Garrinagargh; €20 Jerry O’Donoghue; €20 Aoife & eimear Walsh, Ballyphilibeen; €20 Fergal Cronin; €20 Thomas Murphy, Newgrove.

Result – Good for our junior hurlers who started their campaign with a good win at Shanblymore over Clyde Rovers score: 2-31 (37) Castletown Roche: 0-21 (21)

Fixtures – The next round of Junior A Hurling is on Saturday 6th August at 7.30pm V Kilavullen at Glenten. Best wishes boys.