Tarbert GAA   26/11/2017

GAA Lotto : There was no winner of last week’s lotto draw. The numbers drawn were 2, 11, 14, 16. Lucky Dip winners were Noreen Boland, Maurice Horan, Wu, Mary Walsh, Doonard, Tom Stack, Woodview, Trish Healy. Next week’s draw takes place in the Swanky Bar with a jackpot of €3,150. Thanks to all those who continue to support the Lotto.

Results : The Tarbert Moyvane U21 team were defeated by Finuge in the semi final of the north Kerry U21 championship last Sunday in Ballylongford. The combination side never reached the standards played in their quarter final win over Ballydonoghue and were on the backfoot throughout the first half against a determined and organised Finuge team who led 2-4 to 0-2 at half time. Tarbert Moyvane did play the better football in the second half but missed too many chances to reduce the deficit with Finuge running out deserving winners on a scoreline of 3-6 to 0-4

Sympathy : The community of Tarbert was saddened on Friday, November 10th, with the news that Stephen Carrig of Woodview, Kilpadogue had passed away. Stephen was brother to the late Finbarr Carrig of St. Patrick’s Tce. He left Tarbert at the age of sixteen in the late 1950’s and went first to Syracuse and later to Boston before returning and spending the last eight years, retired, in his native Tarbert. He was noted as a courteous and pleasant man who enjoyed his walks particularly on the Island Road. His funeral mass was concelebrated by Fathers Padraig Kennelly, Gerard Finucane and Philip O’Connell. He was laid to rest with his parents Paddy and Peggy and his brother Paddy at Kilnaughtin cemetery. Stephen is survived by his daughter Kristina and four grandchildren Joseph, Robert, Margaret and Timothy in America, brothers Mossy and James, sisters Mary, Marie, Kate, Bernie, Anne and Winnie, son-in-law, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces and extended family to whom sincere sympathy is expressed. May he rest in peace.