Tipp Tatler Issue 168 April 2011

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The Tipp Tatler is a free fortnightly magazine distributed throughout North Tipperary and surrounding district. It is packed full of local news and interesting articles and provides the best business …

The Tipp Tatler is a free fortnightly magazine distributed throughout North Tipperary and surrounding district. It is packed full of local news and interesting articles and provides the best business advertising in Tipperary

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  • 1. TATLER Fantastic Offer!Tipp Buy 5 Ads Get 1 FreeNo. 168. Fri. 29th April, 2011 Tel: 0504-51945 email: info@tipptatler.com Curraghgraigue, Borrisoleigh, Co. Tipperary. www.tipptatler.ie Ned Bourke T.V. Grattan Street, Tipperary 062-52109 / 087-8233513 Best Value in TV, DVD Satellite & Music Systems Joe Delaney Food Fare Lawnmower & CATHEDRAL STREET : . : . : UNIT 1 BROOKLANDS NENAGH (next door to Kellers Chainsaw Etc. THURLES 0504-58550 . : Off Licence) 067-41389 Sales - Services & Repair Opening times: 12-12 . Opening times: 12.30-11.30 • Doner Kebab Jonsered, Mountfield, Hayter, ay & Tues da y • Chicken Burger Toro, Rover, Etc. Mond • Chicken Nuggets • Cod Portion • Junior Box • Taco Chips • Garlic Cheese Chips Wednesday Offers Wednesday Offers Wednesday Offers Wednesday OffersW Wednesday Off : . ANY 9”pizza : ANY 12” pizza €3.99 . €5.99 : KEEP AN EYE ON OUR EVERYDAY Ballygammane, Thurles. SPECIAL OFFERS IN STORE! Tel. & Fax: 0504 23394 Mobile: 087 6625288 Offers above subject to change without notice VAT Reg: IE 1902126 K Children & Adults Beginners and Improvers Welcome Music LessonsKids Speech and Drama,Improve confidence and self esteem • Tin Whistlein a fun, relaxed environment! • Flute • Low Whistle •FiddleAll ages and abilities catered for. • Banjo Call :086 358281 - Email: kidzmusic.music545@gmail.com
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  • 4. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945 Tipperary GAA stars gearing up for ‘Race The Rás’ Are You Paying Too Much For Life Assurance ? Tipperary GAA star Declan Browne GOAL and The Irish Cancer Soci- Free Financial Review of All Your Existing Policies is making a final appeal to amateur ety. Tim Shelly cyclists from all over Tipp and sur- The participants will set off each rounding areas to join them for a morning three hours before the offi- Financial Planning Advisor stage of the Race for Rás charity cy- cial stage start in an attempt to stay Kenyon Street, Nenagh cle next month. well ahead of the professionals. Af- T. 067 37000 M. 087 6764415 E. tim@talkfinancial.ie ter biking for an average distance of The former inter-county footballer 156km, they hope to enjoy their own and All-Star is joining a host of race to the finishing line. well-known ex-GAA players, plus members of the public from all over Other GAA stars who have con- Gardenia Landscape & Design Ireland, to cycle at least one stage of the 2011 An Post Rás tour of Ire- land, which takes place from Sun- firmed their participation include Galway’s Ollie Canning, Kerry greats Ger Power and Seamus day, May 22nd to Sunday, May Moynihan, Ciaran Whelan from DECK IT! PAVE IT! PLANT IT! BUILD IT! 29th. Dublin, ex-Kilkenny star DJ Carey, We do it all The Race for Rás event is being held Cork’s Sean Og Ó hÁilpín and Brian to raise funds for GOAL and The Corcoran and Clare’s Tony Griffin. Mick & Josie Other Services Irish Cancer Society. Deild Cottage, Park, Fencing, Walls A small number of riders will at- Toomevara, Co. Tipperary Extensions, Building Work Browne has agreed to bike the sixth tempt to complete the entire tour, Tel: 067 26885 Fully Insured stage of the race from Blarney in including former Dublin and Leitrim Mobile: 086 333 0163 Cork to Tramore on Friday, May footballer, Declan Darcy; Roscom- Email: gardenia@live.ie All types of building work undertaken 27th, taking in the towns of Dungar- mon great Paul Earley, and well- van and Bunmahon on the way. He known physiotherapist and star of will be joined on the route by formerTG4’s ‘The Underdogs’, Eamonn Ó Waterford stars Dan Shanahan, Paul Muircheartaigh. Flynn, Brendan Landers and Dave If you would like to take part in The Ultimate Bennett. Race The Rás, and raise money for No Dust, No Smell, GOAL and The Irish Cancer Soci- FLOOR SANDING No Hassle In total, more than 50 GAA luminar- ety, please log on to Company ies will team up with members of the www.racetheras.com. - Guaranteed! public for the fundraiser to try and LO Call - 1890 252 383 www.UltimateFloorSanding.com raise in excess of €200,000 for Seamus Gleeson Our Ultimate Guarantee: Franchise OwnerWe Will:ü Turn up when we say we willü Finish on time T: 1890 252 383 M: 086 321 0669 F: 091 876 513 The Wolfe Tones E: seamus.gleeson Not create or leave any mess (dust free systems used) @UltimateFloorSanding.com set for Cahir House Hotel... And leave you with a beautiful looking floor! Killaun, Dromineer, Nenagh On Saturday, April 30th the legendary their boisterous set and songs The Wolfe Tones take the stage in what is Wolfe Tones just celebrated their 45th surely going to be a night to Anniversary with their popularity not BRACKEN UPHOLSTERY remember. They have consistently been selling venues up and down the abating one bit. Tickets for this show are €20 and are available from Cahir WHITEFORD, BIRR, CO. OFFALY country for decades so this event is House Hotel on 052 74 43000. expected to sell out fast. Famed for RE-UPHOLSTERY OF ANITQUE & MODERN FURNITURE - 3 PIECES SUITES A SPECIALITY Bar Seating New or Re-Upholstered Collect & Deliver Free Jumping from a plane for horses Over 30 Years in Business TEL: 057-9120620 MOB: 087-1223384 Young Borrisoleigh woman Lily Le- The Irish Horse Welfare Trust, Char- on is planning to jump out of a plane ity No. CHY14634 was established from a height of 13,000 feet to raise in 1999 and gained charitable status funds for the Irish Horse Welfare in 2002. IHWT is involved in the fol- Trust. The tandem skydive will be lowing work: Rescue, Rehabilitation carried out under the supervision of & Re-homing of horses and ponies, Skydive Ireland. Lilys love of horses Racehorse Re-training for Re-homing comes from being brought up around Programme, Campaigning on issues them at her family owned Timotrec affecting Equines, Promoting Equine Horse Riding Centre located at Welfare Awareness and Education. Showroom Open Rusheen, Borrisoleigh (see IHWT operates from it’s a 68 acre www.timotrec.com for more info). farm in Woodenbridge, Co. Wick- Neptune Stockists She needs to raise €1000 and is ap- low. Visit www.ihwt.ie for more in- 0505 47066 pealing for donations from anyone formation. Shinrone, Birr, Co. Offaly who knows her or who has a love of www.deaneryfurniture.com horses.
  • 5. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945Hold it at The SourceHave you been to The Source recent- of serving dinner to seventy people Now Openly? If you have, I’m sure it was to and supplying finger food for a hun-attend an entertaining cultural event. dred and forty, bar facilities, 250 seat T. & D.These are often organised by local auditorium, gallery, communitygroups using the venue to stage a space, library and leisure centre nextplay or a concert. But did you know door. It is near hotels and the centrethat The Source can be used for a of town, has onsite car parking, and Darcy Meatsvast variety of different purposes in- all the technical expertise and facili-cluding conferences, awards ceremo- ties needed to make your event anies, exhibitions, training courses, huge success.press conferences, Christmas parties,book launches, seminars, meetings, The Source is a very flexible amenity • Roast Joint of BeefAGMs, presentations, trade shows, to have in the heart of Thurles andand social events. it’s usefulness to the community • Spring Lamb Stocked should not be overlooked. It is a great • BeefThere are a lot of advantages to using place to go to for a fantastic nightThe Source for staging all sorts of out, but it can also be used for a vari- • Porkactivities including: a destination and ety of other purposes. Why don’t you • Lambeye-catching building in the heart of contact Artistic Director ClaudiaIreland, direct rail links, easy to get Woolgar on 0504 90340 and see if • Deep Freeze Orders Takento by road, one stop shop with facili- The Source can accommodate you? • BBQ Specialsties and spaces, a restaurant capable Retail & Wholesale Meat Suppliers St. Josephs National School, Aglish Unit 6, Enterprise Centre, Borrisokane Celebrates 50 Years Phone 087-6885882 / 086-2545228St. Josephs National School Aglish All are welcome.celebrates 50 yrs and is hosting a re- A souvenir booklet of photographs All Products Locally Sourcedunion for all past pupils and those through the decades will be available.associated with the school. Celebra- For further information contact thetions commence with Mass in Aglish school on 067-21271 or emailchurch on Saturday May 28th at 6pm nsaglish.ias@eircom.net.followed by a get-together in theschool. Our Visit Marketing Services firm in Ne w m roo Show Tipperary helping Businesses Grow in the Recession Everyday you hear bad news stories businesses in Tipperary so far. Una All these images of designer kitchens look great,about bankruptcies, businesses clos- mentioned that ‘I have a number of but how do I know what is right for my home?ing, and jobs being lost. But there are clients who have decided to reallyencouraging signs for some business- grow their market share and take ad- Get some kitchen sense at Savvyes in North Tipperary. vantage of the fact that their competi- tors are simply hoping to ride out the www.savvykitchens.ie savvy Kitchens by Andy Spillane Savvy Kitchens, O’Donovan Rossa Steet, Thurles, Co. Tipperary, IrelandA local woman, from Upperchurch, recession. The only way they can do T 0504-90515 F 0504-90515 info@savvykitchens.ieThurles, is bucking the national trend that is through developing a market-and has recently set up a marketing ing strategy and marketing system.services business aimed at helping Clients have been surprised by thelocal businesses with their marketing. level of success they’ve achieved by‘I set up Marketing Eye as I saw agreat market for a service whichhelps businesses with their marketingefforts. While many think setting up having a marketing system in place.’ Marketing Eye can help your busi- ness get noticed, get more business G G G OLDENG ARDEN SAND & GRAVEL LTDa business in a recession is crazy, it’s and increase your profits. So ifactually the best time for me as I help you’re interested in growing your GOLDENGARDEN, DUNDRUM, CO TIPPERARYbusinesses beat the recession’ says business, contact Marketing Eye to- ALL TYPES OFUna Ryan from Marketing Eye. day. BUILDING, PLASTERING SAND & AGGREGATESUna, who has over 15 years experi- For further information call Una onence in marketing, has been delighted (087) 9490343 or e-mail TOM TUOHYwith response she has got from local unaryan@marketingeye.ie 087-1342764
  • 6. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945 Tipperary GAA Scene KOKO By Ger Ryan County PRO ELECTION OF LIAM O’NEILL ment. It required foresight, hard AS UACHTARAN TOFA work and great loyalty from so Ladies Shoes: Hispanitas | Bourne | Sachelle | many people to make this ambi- Geox | Mephisto | Daniele Ancarani | tious project a reality. It is a fit- And many more exciting brands Congratulations to Liam O’Neill ting tribute to the great John Accessories: Handbags by Fiorelli and Hispanitas of Laois on his election unop- Doyle and it will add poignancy Jewellery, Scarfs, Sunglasses....etc. posed as President elect of the to the occasion that his passing Childrens Shoes: Start-rite & Primigi .... More quality brands to arrive. GAA at the Association’s recent occurred so recently. His name annual Congress in Mullingar. will never be forgotten wherever Deposits Taken & Gift Vouchers Available Liam is a former Chairman of the hurling people congregate but A Visit is a Must! Leinster Council and is currently this centre will be a permanent Open: Mon - Sat 10am - 6pm Chairman of the GAA’s Games reminder of the pride his own 19 Main Street, Cashel • 062 61309 Email: KOKOcashel@gmail.com Development Committee. A very parish took in his achievements. experienced and able official, Liam gave a very thoughtful and FREE Business Listing on our online thought provoking acceptance Directory for Tipp Tatler advertisers. speech at Congress on his in- NEW TIPPERARY JERSEY volvement with the GAA and the No Website? No Problem! importance of his family and Following the launch of the new club in enabling him to make a Tipperary jersey with the an- Phone 0504-51945 for more info. contribution to the Association. nouncement of Skoda as the new The full text of his speech is sponsors of the Tipperary teams, available on www.gaa.ie. the new jersey is now on sale at the Tipperary GAA shop at Lar na Pairce in Thurles. CCTV OFFER OPENING OF JOHN DOYLE 4 Vandal Proof IR Mini Dome Cameras 480 TVL, 3.6mm Fixed Lens - IP 66. CENTRE IN HOLYCROSS H.264 real time - DVR TIPPERARY GAA STRATE- 17” Monitor, 4 Power Supplies GIC PLAN Holycross Ballycahill GAA club will host a senior hurling tourna- The final draft of the Tipperary ment on Sunday May 8 between GAA Strategic Plan for the de- Tipperary and Waterford to mark velopment of the GAA in the the official opening of the fantas- county over the next 5 years wasOPEN TO TRADE AND GENERAL PUBLIC tic John Doyle Centre in St Mi- presented at the April County chaels GAA Grounds. The Board meeting. The plan will be BANSHA ROAD, TIPPERARY TOWN, CO. TIPPERARYPhone: 062 52089 FAX: 062 80964 Email: kalaltd@eircom.net fabulous centre, which includes launched officially in early June. four dressing rooms, referee, of- A copy of the plan has been pub- ficials and board meeting rooms, lished on the Tipperary GAA SEAMUS RYAN catering suite, upper viewing ar- website, www.tipperary.gaa.ie. ea, gymnasium and sauna, hand- Anybody wishing to comment on SAND & GRAVEL LTD ball/ hurlball alley, outdoor the plan should email County astro-turf hurling wall and a 1 Secretary, Tim Floyd on Washed Sand, 20 mm, 10 mm & 6 mm km outdoor walkway, signifi- secretary.tipperary@gaa.ie with- Filling, 4” Stone, 2” Stone, Building Gravel, cantly enhances the clubs already in the next 2 weeks. Thanks are Crushed Stone & Top Soil. impressive range of facilities and due to all those who put so much Can Be Delivered provides a whole new impetus to work into the plan over the last 6 the emerging enthusiasm of months and in particular to Denis Ballybeg, Toomevara, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary camogie players and ladies foot- Floyd, who co-ordinated the pro- Mob: 087 - 2479397 Tel: 067 - 26236 ball, alongside hurling and gaelic duction of the final draft in re- football. The game gets under- cent months. way at 7pm with the official opening by GAA President Christy Cooney and blessing by KILLEA, TEMPLEMORE, CO. TIPPERARY Rev Fr Tom Breen taking place TOMMY FLEMING IN CON- Tel: 0505 43014 Mob: 086 022 9015 at 6.30pm. There is also a spe- CERT AT PARK HOTEL cial evening for parishioners on All scrap metal, scrap vehicles wanted Friday May 6 - the people who helped make the dream become a Collection services available if required reality and who supported the We remind supporters that re- Skips provided for factories, etc. many fundraising ventures over nowned entertainer, Tommy the last four years. Congratula- Fleming, is live in concert at the TURN YOUR SCRAP METAL INTO CASH tions to the Holycross Ballycahill Park Hotel Clonmel on Saturday Waste Collection Permit No. CPA 574 club on this very fine develop- May 7 2011 at 8pm. All proceeds
  • 7. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945 Tipperary GAA Scene Templemore Arms Hotel (Continued) Exclusive Wedding package 2011 / 2012from the concert will go towards of 6 and 13, to develop sportingthe preparation of Tipperary skills irrespective of their skillCounty teams for this year’s level or ability and also to devel-hurling and football champion- op a sense of sporting fair playships. Tickets cost €30 and are and personal achievement byavailable from the Park Hotel participating in various Gaelic(052-6188700) or the GAA Of- games, in a fun, non competitivefice Thurles (0504 22702). Seats environment. This year the VHIare strictly limited so early and GAA decided to lower thebooking is essential. Tommy age that children could registerFleming is one of Ireland’s most to six years old as the skillspopular entertainers so don’t picked up in the camps including 0504-31423miss this great opportunity to seehealthy living, exercise, a re-him live and to support our hurl- spect for others and a sense ofers and footballers for the seasonahead fair play can be accessed and applied by the youngest mem- bers of our communities across Bobbi’sTIPPERARY SUPPORTERS the country. The 2011 camps are expected to be extremely popu- lar with huge demand already Hair BoutiqueCLUB GOLF CLASSIC coming through and parents are advised to book early to ensure they get a place at the camp ofThe annual Tipperary Supporters their choice. Online booking isGolf Classic to raise funds for now open at www.gaa.ie orthe training and preparation of www.vhiculcamps.gaa.ie.the senior hurling team will takeplace at Co. Tipperary golf club,Dundrum on Thursday May 12thand Friday May 13th. Teams of LAUNCH OF THE IRISH DAI-4 cost €600 per team for golf LY STAR PRIMARY GOand 4 course dinner. As usual GAMES 2011there will be excellent prizes on Bobbi would like to welcome Niketaoffer. There are still some tee Cavanagh, formally of the Hughtimes remaining. Tee sponsor- In schools throughout Munster, Campbell Hair Group Limerick.ships from €100 are also avail- boys and girls are eagerly await- Niketa specialises in colour, upstylingable. Please contact Supporters ing the advent of the Munster and blowdrying and has many years of experience in the HairdressingClub Chairman, Jon Tierney at hurling and football Champion- Industry.jpt@eircom.net or on 087 ships for it also heralds the start6821398 for further details. of the Primary Go Games series. Opening Hours The Irish Daily Star Primary Go Unit 14 Mon - Closed Games will once again follow Quintins Way Tues -9.30 - 6pm Wed -9.30 - 6pm the Go Games format. Champi- Pearse St. Thurs -9.30 - 6pm VHI GAA CÚL CAMPS 2011 onship day in Munster, hurling Nenagh Fri -9.30 - 8pm or football, would not be com- Sat -9 am - 5.30pm plete without the exhibitionRegistration has opened for this games provided by boys andyear’s VHI GAA Cúl Camps in girls from the competing coun-which over 80,000 children from ties. Two games with elevenall round the country are expect- players per team, one for boys Joe O’Connell Motor Factorsed to participate this summer. and one for girls will take place Hollyford, Co. Tipperary Tel:062-77100/:062-77070With over 1,000 camps taking on the day of each Munster Se-place in Ireland and overseas, nior Championship clash. Games Of Body Panels, Bonnets, Wings, Bumpers, Door Mirrors, Grilles, Headlamps, Radia-and over 80,000 children aged 6 will be played at half-time dur- tors, Filters, Bulbs, Wiper Blades, Turbos, Timing Belt Kits, Wheel Bearings, Shock Ab-- 13 years participating, the VHI ing the senior match. This years sorbers, Coil Springs, Clutches, Brakes, Steering, Fuel Pumps, Exhausts, C.V. Joints, Brake hoses, Brake Calipers, Tow Bars, Catalytic Converters, Batteries, Tyres, Oil, De-GAA Cúl Camps are the most Irish Daily Star Primary Go tergent, Greasepopular childrens sporting Games will see over 400 boyscamps in the country. This is the and girls from all the counties of The One Stop Parts Shopsixth year of the massively pop- Munster line out in their county Vapormatic & Granite Tractor Partsular VHI GAA Cúl Camps. Now colours at Semple Stadium, Suitable for M.F., Ford, Deutz, John Deere, J.C.Bin its sixth year, the Vhi GAA Páirc Uí Chaoimh and other Also Available Machinery Parts, Chain, Bearings, Oil Seals.Cúl Camps is a nationally co- venues throughout the province.ordinated programme which The Irish Daily Star Primary Goaims to encourage primary Games give sports-mad boys andschool children between the ages girls the opportunity to wear Trade Inquiries Welcome & Van Delivery Service
  • 8. Joleen Reilly with students of Thurles Education Centre North Tipp VEC award winners Helen Reilly, Ann Casey, Margaret McCarthy Thurles Education Centre On Wednesday the 13th of April We would like to extend huge three students from Thurles Edu- congratulations to Joleen Reilly cation Centre received North Tip- (Littleton) who won the All Ire- perary VEC awards for their land atom weight kick boxing educational achievements. Mar- title against Megan Maher in garet McCarthy (Thurles) re- Thurles’ Sarsfield Centre on the ceived an award in Art, Craft and 16th of April. Joleen displayed a Design. Helen Reilly (Clonmel) high level of skill on the night received an award for Personal and a determination and energy Achievement and Ann Casey that could not be beaten. We are (Nenagh) received an award for sure we will see many more wins Educational Achievement. from her in the future. Pictured here are students from cation Centre and Colaiste Mhuire Thurles Education Centre who re- Co-ed. Visit www.tipptatler.ie cently showcased their artistic tal- ents in the exhibition “Le Cheile 2” (Left to Right): Kathleen Crowe (Student), Kate Donoghue in Tipperary Institute. The series of (Student), Ann Reilly (Student), “Le Cheile” exhibitions are a joint Christine Winnifred Reilly venture organised by Thurles Edu- (Student) , Elaine Hurley (Tutor), Eileen Kennedy (Tutor) Tipperary GAA Scene (Continued)their county jersey on Big Match will formally launch the 2011 se- County finals will take placedDay, sharing the spotlight with ries. during May and clubs will be no- Information concerning all areastheir heroes on their "Field of tified in the coming weeks about in the GAA will appear in thisDreams" in front of huge crowds the Tipperary final. Thanks are section in the future. If you wishof supporters. Many children who POC FADA due to Martin Donnelly for his to include any item of interest inmade their inter-county debut in continued sponsorship of the future articles, please contact thethe Primary Game have gone on This year is the 50th anniversary event. Brendan Cummins, who County Public Relations Officerto greater things, representing of the first national Poc Fada has won the competition 4 times, Ger Ryan at 086-8149146 or viatheir counties at underage and competition organised by the is the only Tipperary winner of e-mail at pro.tipperary@gaa.ie onadult level and winning national GAA. The national Poc Fada fi- the men’s competition. Donie or before 3:00pm on Monday.and provincial titles. The launch nals will take place at its usual Nealon, former Munster Council Visit the Tipperary GAA web siteof the 2011 The Irish Daily Star venue, Annaverna Mountain near Secretary, is Chairman of the Na- at http://tipperary.gaa.ie to keepSunday Primary Go Games takes Dundalk on Saturday July 30 and tional Poc Fada Committee. up to date with all the latest newsplace at Ballykisteen Hotel, Lim- will include a men’s, ladies and in Tipperary GAA circles.erick Junction on Wednesday under 16 boys final. The MunsterMay 4 at 6 pm. Recently elected finals for men and under 16 boysUachtarán Tofa, Liam O Neill, will take place at Thurels Race- TIPPERARY GAA SCENE course on Saturday July 9th.
  • 9. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945Oxfam calling on the people of Tipperaryto dust of their walking shoes Mid Tipp HillwalkersOxfam Ireland has launched €700,000 towards Oxfam Ireland’sTRAILTREKKER 2011, one of work, helping to make real and Kerry Challenge Enjoys Great Weatherthe world’s most ambitious team practical differences to the lives ofchallenges involving a non-stop people in the developing world.100km or 50km trek through the €700,000 is the equivalent of Ox-MourneMountains to Carlingford. fam Ireland’s entire livelihoodsThis walk is tough but whether programme spend in Malawi andyou choose the 100km or the Uganda in 2010. These pro-50km trek the experience will be grammes include everything fromexhilarating. A unique feature of supporting projects that increasethis year’s TRAILTREKKER is agricultural production in sustain-the introduction of the 50km trek. able ways, addressing the conse-Choose your challenge and help quences of climate change,change lives in developing coun- strengthening access to marketstries. for small scale producers, espe-Dr. Mark Hamilton,presenter of RTE’sHealth of the Na-tion, has participatedin TRAILTREK-KER: “My team, Photograph shows Catherine ly needed funds for the NationalHow Long Will You Dwan, Holycross at the head of Council for the Blind and the IrishWalk, completed the almost 30 climbers who ascended Guide Dogs Association.100km trek. I would Carrauntoohil for their first time Meanwhile a reminder that Mid-highly encourage on the recent Kerry Charity Chal- Tipp Hillwalkers rockclimbinganyone who enjoys lenge in aid of visually impaired season has now commenced andpersonal and team challenges to cially women and working with people. The climb was led by continues every Tuesday eveningtake part in TRAILTREKKER – it people affected by HIV and Aids. Winnie Flynn, John G ODwyer throughout the summer (weatheris a truly unique and epic trek.” and Tom Lysaght. There was also permitting) leaving from outside excellent walking in great weather the Horse and Jockey Hotel at conditions on Hungry hill with 6.15pm with all comers welcomeTaking place on September 10th- Oxfam Ireland’s Events Manager, Josephine Tobin, around Cum- to participate. Equipment and ba-11th, the Oxfam TRAILTREK- Grace O’Neill says: meengeera with Jim Finn, along sic training in climbing skills willKER trail is a specially designed “TRAILTREKKER will test your the Kerry Way with Ray Creaney be provided free of charge toroute that starts in Newcastle, Co. determination, stamina, dedication and beside the shores of Kenmare those new to the sport. For fur-Down before traversing the and camaraderie and anyone with Bay with Jimmy Duggan. In total ther information, text the wordMourneMountains, the Ring of a moderate level of fitness can 112 walkers participated on the rockclimbing to 087 2240368Gullion and the CooleyPeninsula train to take part. You’ll experi- five walks and thereby raised bad-and finishing in the medieval vil- ence a massive sense of achieve-lage of Carlingford. This cross- ment, not only on a personal levelborder route encompasses some of but also as a team. Your trekking Nenagh Tile &Ireland’s most stunning landscapes achievements will bring realand is steeped in Irish mythology. change to some of the poorest Fireplace Centre communities in the world, as all Tiles - Fireplace - Stoves the funds raised by TRAILTREK- Timber Flooring - Bathroom WareOxfam Ireland’s TRAILTREK- KER will enable Oxfam Ireland to Bathroom & Fireplace AccessoriesKER is also part of a growing carry out its work in east, centralglobal phenomenon. There are and southern Africa. Go on,now fifteen events in twelve dif- choose your challenge and sign upferent countries. Since TRAIL- today”.TREKKER began in 1981 in HongKong, over 32,000 teams (128,000individuals) have collectively For more details Before you buy a gatewalked over 11.5 million kilome- about signing up visit STANDISH SAWMILLS Free Fitting Up To 20% Offtres (the same distance as walking for TRAILTREK- Selectivearound the world 287 times!), be- KER 2011, text Manufacturers of Fencing & Gates On All Fireplaces Range Ofcoming great ambassadors for “TREK” to TilesOxfam’s work and raising over 51500, call 01€70 million. 6350 406 or visit Free Underlay Larch Stove www.oxfamirelan With All 6.5KW Heat Output Laminate Now €360 d.org/TRAILTRE Best Value Supplier in Ireland Flooring 10% Off All StovesTRAILTREKKER is now in its KKER. Tom Standish 087 2642032third year in Ireland and over the email: tomstandish@eircom.net Nenagh Shopping Centre, Nenagh. 067 43278past two years it raised over web: www.standishsawmills.ie nenaghtileandfireplacecentre@live.ie
  • 10. Spell Cheque Eye halve a spelling chequer It came with my pea sea It plainly marques four my revue Miss steaks eye kin knot sea. Eye strike a key and type a word And weight four it two say Weather eye am wrong oar write It shows me strait a weigh. As soon as a mist ache is maid It nose bee fore two long And eye can put the error rite Its rare lea ever wrong. Eye have run this poem threw it I am shore your pleased two no Its letter perfect awl the weigh My chequer tolled me sew. “Many a small thing has been made large by the right kind of advertising.” –Mark Twain Phone 0504-51945 to advertiseThe members of North Tipp Ogra held their annual 1916 Rising Commemoration on Easter Sunday in Temp-lemore, Cllr Jim Casey delivered the oration Any One Can Be a Star, Tipperary Friends of Animals Paddy Casey at The SourceA few months ago, the Tipperary to save all the abandoned animals The Source is delighted to an-Friends of Animals opened up that are being found. To achieve nounce that Paddy Casey will betheir first shop in Abbey Lane, this, money has to be raised and making his first appearance at theNenagh, at the back of the Hiber- volunteers are constantly sought Thurles venue on Friday 6th May.nian Inn. People were extremely to help with fundraising. All that Famous for his great sing-alonggenerous in supplying the shop is asked is a couple of hours a anthems like the smash hit Saintswith clothes, furniture, books, year, small sacrifice to help alle- and Sinners, Paddy occupies amusic, pictures, shoes, linen and viate the dreadful suffering of unique place on the Irish musicnik-naks. The quality is very animals. scene. Sitting very happily in thehigh and the prices are exception- singer/songwriter tradition that hasally reasonable, which is a bless- To this end, there is a sponsored blossomed in recent Ireland, Paddying during this recession. After dog walk being held in Nenagh has also enjoyed a popularitythe care free days of the Celtic on 29th May, starting in Banba which seems to evade his contem-Tiger, every cent has come to be Square and around the Dark poraries.very precious and has to go very Road, a distance of about threefar. So if you are watching the miles. It is always a fun after-pennies and looking for good noon during which you meet like Things have gone from good toquality and good value, pay a vis- minded people and a wonderful great recently for the former busk- his best known songs with exclu-it to the Tipperary Friends of An- array of dogs. er who supported U2 on their Ver- sive sneak previews of some of hisimals Shop in Abbey Lane and tigo tour and has had week long latest material. So this promises tonot only will you be scooping up Anyone interested in doing the sold-out residencies at the Olym- be brilliant night of music.great bargains, you will be help- Dog Walk, is asked to contact pia in Dublin. America has starteding a very worthy cause. They Linda on 086-8163707 for their to open its doors following a sen-are open from Wednesdays to Sponsored Dog Walk Card or can sational performance on The LateSaturday. also collect one in the Show with David Letterman. Paddy Casey is at The Source Arts Sportsman’s Dream in Kenyon Centre on Friday 6th May at 8pm.With the recession hitting hard, Street, Nenagh. Tickets €18 / €16 concession.people are very hard pressed to He is currently working on the fol-keep and feed their own animals It was Mahatma Gandhi that said, low up to his last Meteor Award For Bookings please call the Boxand the Tipperary Friends of Ani- “The greatness of a nation and its winning album Addicted to Com- Office on 0504 90204 or log on tomals are being asked to take on moral progress can be judged by pany (Part One). Paddy has a fan- www.thesourceartscentre.iefamily pets as well as still trying the way its animals are treated”. tastic set planned mixing some of
  • 11. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945Crowds Enchanted at Virtuoso’s CDLaunchVirtuoso Chamber Choir certain- night include their eerie arrange-ly “ Enchanted” their audience in ment of Sound of Silence whichthe Marian Hall Birr on Saturday was much talked about by concertnight. On entering the hall many goers at the interval. Other favou-people were shocked and amazed rites include a five part arrange-to see the transformation that the ment of Siúil a Riún andhall had undergone in preparation undoubtedly the emotional rendi-for the event with red hued up- tion of Danny Boy both of whichlighters creating a delightful ambi- feature on the album.ance and a twinkling fairy lightback drop complimenting the The choir thanked the many peo-stage. ple who enabled them to make the night a great success in particularThe choir processed up the centre Tommy Lyndon their MC andisle by candlelight, dressed in most importantly their familiesstunning full length gowns singing and friends who helped in prepar-an uplifting version of Jubilate ing the hall and supported them inDeo in four part canon . Following every way to make the launch athis the girls sang various church huge success.songs rounding off the first sec-tion with a John Rutter Piece – Virtuoso have one remainingThe Lord Bless you and Keep launch concert on Thursdat 28thyou. April in The Church of Ireland, Church Road Roscrea at 8pm.Birr Choral society and Will Cul- The choirs album Enchanted islagh provided guest spots at the available in many shops in Birrconcert and at times the choir and in the surrounding areas – for Hard-hitting play ‘Five Kinds of Silence’were joined by local violinist Au- a list of shops visitdrey Lynch who performed on www.virtuoso.ie at Nenagh Arts Centre this weekendtheir album. Highlights of the Orchard Theatre Company are working in conjunction with ADAPT Services to help raise fundsUpcoming Events in Cloughjordan and improve the public’s awareness of the abuse that is around us every1. Thursday, April 28th, The day. Through the play ‘Five KindsMethodist Hall, Cloughjordan, Public meeting: What organic and of Silence’ which was written by7.30 to 9.30pm low-input has to offer growers, Shelagh Stephenson; the Company their customers and the planet bring a voice to an issue that is not Public meeting: The Climate Cri- openly spoken about in Ireland. The piece tours to Nenagh this Saturdaysis: What Next? A joint event with Feasta, (the the 30th of April. Foundation for the Economics ofThe international negotiations on Sustainability) and IOFGA, thea global climate treaty seem to be Irish Organic Farmers and Grow- of Silence’ is the story of a familymaking very little progress. After ers Association. Chaired by Dr. ‘Five Kinds of Silence’ asks the au- where control has become the driv-a review of the current situation Sinead Neiland, Chairperson of dience why would a man or woman ing force, where everything has itsand the reasons for it, the meeting IOFGA torture their own children? The place and there are only rules, dutieswill explore alternative proposals main character Billy controls his and punishments.for dealing with the situation Speakers will include Gundula wife and two adult daughters to thewhich do not simply involve re- Azeez, a former policy adviser to extent that they can’t leave the room ADAPT has a range of services forstricting fossil fuel use. Speakers the Soil Association, Martin Peck, without asking permission. He runs women survivors of domestic abusewill include David Healy, a who raises sheep organically in his family as a personal fiefdom, and their children. By attending the and the women are there to service performance of ‘Five Kinds of Si-former ministerial policy adviser, Wales, and Joe Condon, who rais- him and his madness. He is violent, lence’ you will be helping ADAPTRichard Douthwaite and Brian es cattle organically in South Tip- disturbed but also tragic, sad, a lost to provide some of the followingDavey of Feasta, and Gundula perary, selling the beef direct to soul. One day his family shoots him services: safe emergency refuge ac-Azeez, a former policy adviser to the public. The evening has been dead. The play shows us a distorted commodation, free phone helpline,the Soil Association. planned to suit people who are world of madness, control and de- court preparation & accompani- already farming organically or spair through the eyes of dead Billy ment, advocacy & accompanimentAdmission: €5. Enquiries to who are thinking of doing so. and those of his family struggling to to services, training & developmentinfo@feasta.org or to 086 364 There will be plenty of opportuni- understand reality outside their sti- opportunities and childcare support.2728. ties for questions and discussion. fling tomb. ’Five Kinds of Silence’ plays at 8 Admission €10 (concessions Winner of the 1996 Writers’ Guild p.m. on Saturday April 30th in Award for the Best Original Radio Nenagh Arts Centre Ticket from2. Saturday, April 30th, The available). Enquiries to Play and the 1997 Sony Award for 067 34900 or online atMethodist Hall, Cloughjordan, info@feasta.org or to 086 364 Best Original Drama, ‘Five Kinds www.nenagharts.com6.30 - 9.00pm 2728
  • 12. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945Skoda Sponsors Tipperary GAA White Gypsy Ruby Irish Red AleSkoda has signed a three yearsponsorship deal with Tipperary da brand name was unveiled today. Brewed in TemplemoreGAA that will see the car compa- “An innovative and challengingny invest €200,000 in the county car marquee, Skoda will bring a Irish red ale, red ale, or Irish ale task of moving a brewery andeach year. The sponsorship, new dynamic to the promotion of gains its slightly reddish colour re-commissioning it was under-which begins after the 2011 na- Tipperary GAA both within and from the use of a small amount taken. Finally after 6 months thetional leagues, covers both the outside of the county,” said Barry of roasted barley. The term red brewery was ready to go and du-hurling and football codes and O’Brien, Tipperary county board ale or red beer is used by brewers ly open in August 2009. Initiallyincludes all grades from minor to chairman. “The Skoda brandsenior inter-county teams. As part name will adorn all our county in countries other than Ireland; contract work was undertaken toof the agreement, a new look Tip- jerseys from minor to senior in however the name Irish Red is get the brewery up and running.perary jersey displaying the Sko- both hurling and football.” typically used when roasted ma- However, Cuilan’s ambition has terial is used. In the United always been to brew a beer States, the name can describe a which would be widely availableBeard of Zeus Win Buddy’s Got darker amber ale, and some breweries may produce a “red” in the local area. Since the de- mise of Perry’s in Rathdowney inTalent beer that is a lager with caramel 1966 there has been no local ale colouring. available throughout North Tip-A packed house witnessed a very The judges (Noel Ryan, Veronica perary. With this in mind theexciting final of Buddy’s Got Talent Crowley, Andrew Walsh) retired to Cuilan Loughnane is a native of White Gypsy Brewery are nowlast Friday night in Buddy’s Bar, mark their sheets, and the audience Templemore who took up an in- launching “Ruby” Irish red aleCapparoe, which saw filled in their voting cards, and we terest in brewing while working with the focus very much onBorrisokane/Ballinderry band the all waited with anticipation. Then in Vancouver in Canada during brewing a good flavoursomeBeard of Zeus crowned deserved came the moment, and the resultoverall winners. It was a thrilling the 90’s. Cuilan came back to beer. was announced; in 3rd place and re-final which saw 8 top class acts Ireland in 1997 and started a job ceiving €200 cash was Harmony.compete for the top prizes. First on Second place went to Cian Morris, as a brewing assistant in Dwan’s Ruby Irish Red Ale started life instage was Michelle O Dwyer from who received €300, and the winners brewery in Thurles under English Dwan’s brewery in 1997 underNenagh who got the event off to a who received €1000 cash and re- brew master David Jones. When the name Rich Ruby. It was ahigh quality start with a great per- cording time in Earth Recording Jones moved onto a brewery in recipe created by the then Brewformance, accompanying herself on Studios, Nenagh, was The Beard Of Sweden, Cuilan took up the run- Master David Jones. In 1998 itguitar. She was followed by Michael Zeus. It would have been difficult ning of Dwan’s brewery. In won a gold medal at the Stock-Lambe from Lorrha, who sang one for anyone to argue with the results, 2001 Cuilan and his wife Sally holm Beer and Whiskey festival.of his own compositions and then as any of the other acts could also set up the Shelta Beer Co. Ltd In 2000, the beer was enteredfinished with a great performance of have featured in the top 3, such wasPiano Man, accompanying himself and obtained a lease from Bill into the International Industry the standard. All 8 acts deserve great Dwan for the brewery in Thurles. Awards held in London, and wonon piano and harmonica. credit; they gave very professionalNext up was Greg Starr who gave a Bronze Medal. The recipe was and entertaining performances andhis usual classy performance, start- can be proud of their achievement. Over the next 3 years they ran a slightly tweaked to put a bettering with a beautiful rendition of Mr very successful export business balance on the final flavour andBojangles and finishing with a rous- Certainly Harmony could have a and won many awards for their the beer went on to win 3 golding Nessun Dorma. Bringing the bright future, particularly if they beers. In 2004 the Dwan busi- and 2 bronze medals at beer festi-first half to a close was Bridget Ma- stay together and vary their pro- ness was sold and Cuilan moved vals in the UK over the followingher from Roscrea. Bridget gave a gramme as they progress with their to Messr’s Maguire’s in Dublin 3 years. Cuilan then beganlovely performance of Don’t It music. Cian Morris is already well city centre where he ran the working for Messr’s Maguire’sMake My Brown Eyes Blue and a known in North Tipp and is easily asrousing rendition of the jazz stand- brewing operation until 2009. in Dublin and the beer disap- good as anything we have seen on An opportunity then arose to pur- peared off the market for the nextard Too Darn Hot. the All Ireland Talent Show; let’s chase the Kinsale brewery which 5 years. But now finally it’s be- hope he gets a break in the near fu-The second half commenced with ture. The Beard of Zeus has to be had ceased operating. A suitable ing brewed again in TemplemoreCian Morris who started with a song one of the freshest and most enter- premise’s was located in Tem- and available for the first timeof his own, Supernatural Cover Girl, taining bands around this area, with plemore, the brewing equipment throughout North Tipperary. Forfollowed by a cover. He was in ex- their unique take on every song they was purchased and the arduous more info. Phone 086 1724520cellent form and also well accompa- do. The simple mix of acoustic gui-nied by Brian Richardson on guitar. tar, bass, and banjo works reallyNext up was Harmony, 4 young well, but all 3 of them can sing and itgirls from the Nenagh area, whogave us something unique with an their harmonies are impressive. They also have the knack of choos- Visacapella rendition of 2 current chart ing music that works for them and Opensongs. Their unique arrangements 10.30am - 6pm adding their own touch to it. We all 7 Daysand super harmonies were impres- look forward to the launch night ofsive. their CD which hopefully they willNext was the Beard Of Zeus who make as part of their prize.gave us White Winter Hymnal bythe Fleet Foxes, and their own very On behalf of the judges, Noel Ryanunique take on the Beach Boys’ paid tribute to all the contestants,Barbara Ann. Closing the competi- and thanked Joe Mulqueen for hav- Fairy Fort Farm, Summerhill, Borrisoleightion was Mikey Finn who once ing the initiative to stage the compe- (Just off the Templemore Rd. 1 mile from Borrisoleigh)again gave an intimate and heartfelt tition and give up and coming talent 086-402 1659 www.traditionalfarm.comperformance of his two songs, ac- this opportunity. It was a great suc-companying himself on guitar. cess and best of luck to the winners, and all who took part.
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  • 14. “Moycarkey Coolcroo A.C. athletes who took part in Leevale Open Sports in CIT, Cork on Saturday 16th April winning 19 trophies between them in U/9 toU/13 events. Moycarkey Coolcroo A.C.A number of Club athletes trav- Monday, 25th April in Littleton Hurdles, 800m, High Jump, Long take place on Thursday 12th May inelled to St. Senan’s Open Sports in GAA Field. Events ranged from Jump & Shot Putt. the Community Field, Two MileKilmacow, Co. Waterford & St. Tiny Tots & Children with Special Borris (beside Scoil MochaomhogLaurence O’Toole Open Sports in Needs to U/16 & a great day of Good luck also to our Senior ath- Naofa) at 7pm sharp. Events willCarlow on Monday last with great athletic fun & entertainment was letes, Michael Mockler, Jim Ryan range from U/8 to U/16 & all chil-success. At St. Senan’s Open enjoyed by all who attended. Our & Joe Moloney who are taking part dren must reside on the parish & beSports Sean Mockler won gold in thanks to all who helped out on the in the Munster Masters Track & under the specified age as of 31stthe Boys U/12 Shot Putt with Oran day & to all the families who came Field Championships on the same July 2011 (ie an U/8 athlete cannotMulhall winning bronze while to take part. Full results can be day & at the same venue.Sean’s sister Ciara won bronze in be 8 on or before 31st July 2011). found on our website atthe Girls U/15 Shot Putt. At St. www.moycarkeycoolcrooac.com. Day 1 of the County OutdoorLaurence O’Toole A.C. Open Track & Field Championships Training for the Outdoor SeasonSports the Ryan family won 10 takes place in Templemore Track continues every Monday evening Good luck to the following athletesmedals between them with Daniel who are taking part in the Munster on Sunday next, 1 st May commenc- from 7.45pm to 8.45pm & everywinning gold in the High Jump, Thursday evening from 7.30pm to Juvenile Pentathlons in CIT, Cork ing at 11.30am. Details of all en-silver in the Shot & 80m & bronze 8.30pm in Templemore Track. on Saturday next, 30th April:- tries are posted on our website atin the Long Jump in the Boys Cost is €2.00 per athlete. New U/11 – Jack Ryan www.moycarkeycoolcrooac.com.U/13, David winning gold in Boys members & help are always wel- U/12 – David Ryan, Jack Fallon & All athletes must wear their ClubU/12 Long Jump & Silver in the come. Sean Mockler singlets & maximum length of80m, Jack winning bronze in the spikes permitted on the track are U/13 – Daniel Ryan For all latest Club news, upcomingBoys U/11 80m & silver in the 5mm. Good luck to all our athletes Each age group takes part in 4 or 5 events & photos log onto our web-Boys U/12 Long Jump & Dillon who are taking part on the day. different events with points award- site atwinning gold in the Boys U/9 60m Day 2 & Day 3 of the Outdoor ed for their placing in each event. www.moycarkeycoolcrooac.com && bronze in the Boys U/10 300m. Championships take place in Tem- The athlete with the most points mylocalnews.ie where results &Congratulations & well done to all wins gold etc. U/11 athletes will plemore on Saturday 7th & Sunday newspaper reports for the follow-who represented the Club so well take part in the 60m, 600m, Long 8th May. Entries for these days are ing week are usually posted onon the day. Jump & Ball Throw while U/12 also on our website. Sunday night/Monday morning. athletes take part in 60m, 600m,A very successful Parish Family Long Jump, High Jump & Shot Moycarkey Borris CommunitySports Day took place on Easter Putt & U/13 athletes compete in Games Area Athletic Finals will Club PROs email your club notes, photos, events etc. to info@tipptatler.com
  • 15. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945 Tipperary County Tipperary GAA Athletics News Inter-County FixturesUpcoming Juvenile fixtures are as Sat 18th June – Munster U/14 to Upcoming fixtures for the Tip- * May 22nd @ 3:30pm vs. Ker-follows:- U/19 Track & Field Championships perary Senior hurlers include:- ry (Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney) in Castleisland, Co. Kerry. - 2011 Munster Senior FootballSat 30th April – Munster Juvenile Sun 19th June – Munster U/14 to Please note that the venue for ChampionshipMulti Events Championships in CIT. U/19 Track & Field Championships these games are in (brackets)Good luck to all our athletes who in Castleisland, Co. Kerry. Upcoming fixtures for the Tip-will be taking part. * May 8th @ 7:00pm vs. Wa- perary Underage teams in- Sat 25th June – AAI Juvenile TeamSun 1st May – County Outdoor Ju- Games for U/9 to U/11 in Templem- terford (Holycross) - 2011 Senior clude:-venile Championships for U/9 to ore. Hurling ChallengeU/12 athletes in Templemore Track * May 15th @ 7:00pm vs. Dub- * May 18th @ 7:00pm vs. Sun 26th June – County Tipperaryat 11.30am. Community Games Athletic Finals lin (Athy) - 2011 Senior Hurling Kerry (Semple Stadium Thurles) -All athletes confined to their own in Templemore at 12 noon. Challenge 2011 Munster GAA Football Mi-age group categories in individualevents. All Relays & 600m races Sat 9th July & Sun 10th July – AAI * May 29th @ 4:00pm vs. Cork nor Championship Semi-Finalwill be on time only. In Relay Rac- Juvenile Track & Field Champion- (Semple Stadium Thurles) - 2011 * May 22nd @ 1:30pm vs. Ker-es, athletes may move up one age ships in Tullamore. Munster Senior Hurling Champi- ry (Fitzgerald Stadium Killarney)group only. See further information Sat 16th July – Schools Internation- onship - 2011 Munster Junior Footballbelow. al Track & Field Championships in * June 19th @ 4:00pm vs. Clare ChampionshipWed 4 th May – East Munster Sec- Wales. - 2011 Munster Senior Hurling * May 29th @ 1:45pm vs. Corkondary Schools Girls Track & Field Sun 17th July – Munster Juvenile Championship Semi-Final (if Tip- (Semple Stadium Thurles) - 2011Championships. “B” Track & Field Championships perary defeat Cork) Munster Intermediate HurlingSat 7th May & Sun 8th May – in Templemore. * July 10th @ 4:00pm - 2011 ChampionshipCounty Outdoor U/12 to Junior Sat 30th & Sun 31st July – AAI Munster Senior Hurling Champi- * June 1st @ 7:30pm vs. Water-Track & Field Championships in Combined Events in Tullamore. onship Final (if Tipperary qualify) ford - 2011 Bord Gais EnergyTemplemore Track at 11.30am on Munster GAA Hurling U21both days. Entry forms & all details Below are some important notes in Upcoming fixtures for the Tip- Championshipof the 3 days of the forthcoming relation to our upcoming County perary Senior footballers in- * June 19th @ 1:45pm vs. ClareCounty Outdoor Championship have Outdoor Track & Field Champion- clude:- - 2011 Munster Intermediate Hurl-now been sent to all Clubs & posted ships:- ing Championship Semi-Final (ifon our website at Tipperary defeat Cork)www.tipperaryathetics. Hurdles for - All athletes must be regis-all ages from U.13 upwards. Ath- tered with the AAI through theirletes U.13 must compete in own age. Club.Athletes U.14 upwards may move - All athletes must be underup one age group e.g. U.14 may age for the entire year ending 31stcompete U.15, U.16 competes U.17 December, 2011. Carrick Roadrunnersetc. All races on the 200m track will - The choice of footwear isbe on time only, middle distance & optional, maximum length of spikes Butlerstown 10k Sandra O Neill (55:48) also enjoyedRelays. In Relay Races, athletes may allowed is 5mm. good runs.Well done to all our run-move up two age groups (i.e. Under - Athletes must wear their The Butlerstown 10k road race on ners.11, 12 and 13 may be on the under Club singlets. Friday last saw a field of 252 run-13 team except where a club has en- - The rules of Templemore ners take on the three-lap challenge Prestige Lighting Fit-for-Lifetered more than one team in any age Track must be obeyed at all times by in ideal running conditions.Thegroup may only move up one age Officials and Supporters. mens event was won by Pat Hogan The Prestige Lighting-sponsoredgroup). See further information be- - The County Champion- (Ferrybank) while the in-form An- Fit-for-Life programme continueslow. ship for U9 to U12 will be run as gela McCann (Clonmel) took the every Tuesday evening from Kildal-Wed 11th May – East Munster Sec- individual events. Remember Mun- honours in the ladies race.There ton College,Piltown at 7pm.Runnersondary Schools Boys Track & Field ster Entries for U.9, U10, U11 will was a strong Carrick Roadrunners have been taking advantage of theChampionships. have to be a 2 x 2 entry from each Club, these entries will be selected presence and our first athlete to fin- good weather to prepare for the up-Sat 21 st May – Munster Secondary from the qualifications of the ath- ish was David Waters in sixth place coming series of races organised bySchools Track & Field Champion- (36:25).Tommy Falconer (36:27) our own club or simply to get fit.All letes from our championship.ships in CIT. and Patrick Roche (37:27) were are welcome to meet n train any - All sprint heats will beSat 28th May – County Juvenile “B” timed. It would be helpful if Clubs close behind in 10th and 17th posi- Tuesday.Track & Field Championships in would inform us who their seeded tions respectively.Our other finish-Templemore at 1pm. athletes are. ers in the mens race were David Fixtures - All middle distance races Foley (40:00), Michael O ConnellSat 4th June – Irish Schools Track in these age groups will be run on (41:02), Seamus Ward (41:21), Ray- Fri. 29th April : JohnJoe Barry 5km& Field Championships in Tullam- time only. mondBurke (42:37), Gordon Collins Road Race, The Commons, 7pmore. - All U11 & U12 Athletes (44:14), Paul O Donnell (48:21) Tues. 3rd May : Prestige LightingSat 11 th June – Munster U/9 to must jump from board in Long Jump and Sean O Donovan (50:48). Fit-for-Life,Kildalton College, Pil-U/11 Team Games & U/12 & U/13 for County and Munster Champion- In the Ladies race Claire Annan town, 7pmTrack & Field Championships in ships. (42:07) put in another very good Sat. 7th May : Waterford-TramoreEnnis Track. - Any Club that does not wish for their athletes to compete in performance to be the fifth woman 7.5mile Road Race,7pmSun 12 th June – Munster U/9 to the Munster Championship, please over the line.Our next finisher was Sun. 8th May : Clonmel 10km RoadU/11 Team Games & U/12 & U/13 Teresa Cunningham (46:58). Geral- Race,2pm inform our County Secretary, EmbyTrack & Field Championships in dine Houlihan (48:17), Ann Cronin Fri. 13th May : Tom Jordan Memo- Walsh.Ennis Track. (49:18), Aisling Skerritt (51:01) and rial 5mile Road Race,Portlaw,7pm
  • 16. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945 Nenagh Mayor urges Economic War against banks and GovernmentAt the 1916 Commemoration on Easter Sunday in Nenagh, Mayor Seamie Morris, Sinn Fein Councillor,urged citizens to wage an economic war. Below is full transcript of his speech It is time to fight back against policies on lending huge amounts set out for us in the IMF/ECB dealthose that have betrayed the men of money into the Irish Economy this country will collapse financial-and women who sacrificed them- which drove the disastrous policies ly. We as a people need to start anselves for this nation in 1916 that led to the greed and corruption Economic war against those thatWe are here today to commemo- to the benefit of the Elite who have are misusing our taxes. We need torate the heroes of 1916 and the war now parked their debts in N.A.MA consider withholding our mortgageof independence and those that or those that are being told they payments in solidarity of those thatgave their lives in the fight for in- cant cut their own turf or those that are being squeezed by financialdependence from British rule in will see their daily postal deliveries institutions we need to encourage disappear. The ordinary Irish peo- tax avoidance ( something I wouldIreland. This is the 95th Anniversa- ple and small businesses are being never have considered encouraging Fein Mayor to sneak through anry of the Easter rising. 1916 saw forced to pick up the tab for these before ) We need these things be- invitation to the representative of athe coming together of nationalist’s elite Bankers Solicitors and Alpha cause people are suffering unjustly country who have inflicted terriblerepublican’s language activists male developers. at the hands of Bank bullies and pain on their near neighbour. Ittrade unionists and the women’s The previous Government waved State bullies that are hounding peo- would probably have been abovemovement in the cause of Irish the white flag of surrender and ple over debts with late night the intelligence of the councillorsfreedom. Today we need to build handed over sovereignty won by phone calls and threatening letters to actually research the reason tothe same alliances in the cause of a the people we commemorate here while the people that caused the the last visit of a British monarchunited Ireland. There has never to the IMF/EU/ECB without a shot economic collapse of this country to their town. Henry 11 came tobeen such a need for Republican fired and our new Government get away scot free and the taxpay- Cashel in 1172 to effectively laypolitics. The big questions of sov- have meekly and happily taken ers are hounded into picking up the claim to Ireland which actuallyereignty of people’s rights of citi- over where FF and the Lowryites tab. The only thing that with con- caused so much hardship on thezenship are more relevant today left off by taking their orders from centrate the minds of the Govern- Irish people over the followingthan they have been for many Frankfurt as opposed to the people ment is the people coming together centuries trying to rid ourselves ofyears. that elected them. and refusing to pay taxes while the their interference. So downtrodden money is being handed over to the have our political leaders become IMF/ECB to pay back the money- that we are willing to hand awayOur political elite have time and We have had three reports into our lenders of Europe. I would also our dignity in pursuit of a few ex-time again acted against the inter- banking Armageddon and not one encourage people to help out the tra euro in supposed extra touristests of the Irish People. They have person languishes is jail despite the protesters in Corrib Mayo who are revenue. I feel that we would getrefused to take the democratic incredible suffering that they in- trying to hold of the robbery of our far more respect and dignity if wewishes of the people when we said flicted on the innocent people of Gas and Oil reserves which have grew as a nation a pair and actuallyno to the Nice and Lisbon treaties Ireland who are suffering because the potential to help the people of took on the people that have inflict-when at the insistence of their po- of their greedy actions. The same this country build Hospitals and ed so much pain on this proudlitical masters in Europe we were people run our banks the same bo- Schools and much revenue for our country whether that be thethreatened with Armageddon and nuses are being paid and the same local councils. This is the frontline IMF/ECB the Political elite, Shellforced to vote again. The electorate banking policies will take place as for the fight against economic trea- or protesting against a monarchof Ireland have always had a long as banks remain in private son inflicted on us by corrupt poli- who represents both the politicalhealthy distrust of the whole Euro- hands. They need to be fully na- ticians. elite and interfering neighbours.pean project and that is justified. tionalised and run on behalf of the The time for the Irish people to riseEuropean regulations are now hav- people and the guilty bankers need up has come around again lets hon-ing disastrous effects on people to be prosecuted with their ill Next month we have the visit of our the men and women of 1916 byhere in North Tipperary whether it gotten gains stripped from them. The Queen of England to Cashel taking on the political elite. Thankis those that face financial ruin be- Believe me if we allow FG/Labour invited by a council who used the youcause of European Central Bank to administer the pain that has been unfortunate sickness of their Sinn Did You Know? Advertisers in the Tipp Tatler can avail of FREE online advertising in our online Business Directory. Our Business Directory is optimised for Search Engines which means greater visibility for your business. Even if you don’t have a website or any web presence that’s ok, we can still include your details giving you the opportunity to attract more customers for your business. To Check if your business is listed visit www.tipptatler.ie and click on the ‘Business Directory’ banner. Phone 0504-51945 for more information.
  • 17. We the CitizensIndependent initiative to help renew trust in public lifeWe the Citizens, an independent nationalinitiative aimed at showing how Ireland ‘We the Citizens’ Executive Director, Car-could benefit from citizens coming togeth- oline Erskine, said that the initiative waser in new forms of public decision-making, timely. “The depth of this crisis hashas been launched in Dublin. The objective brought with it a great opportunity to startis to help to renew democracy and to con- afresh. To restructure. There is a mood fortribute towards the restoration of trust in public mobilisation. People are ready topublic life, at this time of social and eco- get involved in constructive, citizen-lednomic crisis in Ireland. action. To speak up for what’s important to them, to speak up for Ireland,” she said. “The Chairman of We the Citizens, Fiach We the Citizens plan to show some practi-Mc Conghail, who is Director of the Ab- cal and productive ways of doing that.”bey Theatre, told the launch that a nationalcitizens’ assembly would be held in June The Professor of Politics in UCD, Davidto consider proposals on making the politi- Farrell, will lead a comprehensive academ-cal institutions of the State better suited to ic study of the process and the outcomes.serving citizens. The agenda of the assem- His research colleagues are Dr Jane Suiterbly will be decided by seven citizen-led of UCC, Dr Eoin O’Malley of DCU andevents around the country and by a nation- Dr Elaine Byrne of TCD. There will alsowide poll, conducted by an independent be a high-level international advisorypolling company. 150 people, representing board of academics with experience of besta cross-section of Irish society and who practice in relation to citizens’ assembliestook part in the poll, would be invited to in other countries.participate at the assembly. Professor Farrell told the launch that citi-“All the political parties in the Oireachtas zens’ assemblies have been used success-have made significant promises to lead and fully in other countries. “They are a newimplement political reform and what ‘We and innovative way of allowing citizens tothe Citizens’ will promise to do is two- be actively involved in taking importantfold,” said Mr Mac Conghail. decisions that affect our daily lives. Citi- zens are given the opportunity to be in- formed, to consider and debate all side of an argument: they are able then to take de- cisions on what are often quite complex issues,” he said. “Citizens’ assemblies are a tried and tested Give the Gift method of giving citizens the opportunity to engage directly in important decisions of more about their own political system.” “I have some personal experience of this, customers to having participated as an expert witness to a number of them (in British Columbia, Ontario and the Netherlands), and I’m de- someone special lighted that we have the opportunity to demonstrate how this method can also work here”, added Professor Farrell. We the Citizens is being steered by a Board of people who have distinguished Gift Voucher themselves as Irish citizens across the pri-“We will maintain the pressure on our pol- vate, public and NGO sectors and who areiticians to change the way we are governed giving their time and expertise, entirely proin this Republic. We will also show that abottom-up approach can support a better bono. Buy a Tipp Tatlerand more productive citizen engagement increating public policy,” said Mr Mac Con- We the Citizens is being organised in asso- ciation with the Irish Universities Associa- Gift Voucherghail. “Before the Dáil breaks for the sum- tion the representative body for the sevenmer we will demonstrate to the Irish universities. IUA Chief Executive, for Advertisinggovernment and all the political parties that Ned Costello, said that the Association wasthis is a proven way to reconnect Irish citi-zens to politics to the benefit of the country glad to give its endorsement and support for the initiative. “This is an important and helpas a whole.” contribution to national debate on the fu- ture of our political system and processes. Someone Special’sThe Chairperson announced that the citi-zens’ events leading up to the national as- The joint involvement of academia and society in that dialogue underlines the val- Business to Growsembly would take place during May and ue which the universities place on commu-June in Kilkenny, Cork, Galway, Athlone, nity engagement”, he said.Letterkenny and Dublin. We the Citizenswould be organising the events but not set- We the Citizens is funded by the Atlantic Call Now 0504-51945ting the agenda for them. The discussion Philanthropies. Email: info@tipptatler.comwould be highly-participatory and led bythe citizens themselves.
  • 18. Tipperary Fire Officers To Attend Whats On atAnnual Industry Conference Tipperary ExcelTipperary’s two Chief Fire Officers Services Sector and the Fire Caruso & the Quake Noggin Theatre Co. presentwill join colleagues and industry Technology/Industry from Ireland, 6th May 2011 Fruitcakeexperts from across Ireland and Sweden, Belgium, Denmark, 17th May 2011Europe at the 54th annual Chief Fire Switzerland and the UK who with Enrico Caruso (1873 - 1921)Officers Association Conference their experience, knowledge and was an italian opera singer and As part of the Bealtaine 2011which will be held in Adare, County wisdom in different aspects of the one of the best known public celebrations and sponsored byLimerick on 4-5 May 2011. Fire Service will attempt to provide figures at the beginning of the the South Tipperary Arts Of- innovative thoughts and ideas about 20th Century. He was the bestThe theme of the conference is fice, Fruitcake, written by Alice how the service can achieve such“Adapting to Uncertain Times – selling artist of his time. In Barry, starts off as a cookery success in the current challengingFuture Challenges for the Fire And April 1906 he launched a new demonstration but is in fact an operating environment. TheRescue Service”. season at the San Francisco Op- account of one woman’s life Conference will also provide aAmong the topics to be discussed forum for those employed in the era that brought the house down and how each ingredient re-will be the impact of man-made and public sector and those engaged in with his performance as Don minds her of past memories andnatural disasters on the Fire Service, private practice to come together to Jose in Carmen. The next morn- decisions made which ultimate-reorganisation within the Fire discuss topical issues.”. ing, the whole city collapsed..... ly changed the course of herService, achieving excellence in the Caruso & the Quake chronicles life. Even though some lessons “The ability of the Fire Service toFire Service, development of Fire the italian Tenors escape from came late she now lives a fruit- adapt to these challenging times isCover, a national perspective on the Great San Francisco Earth- ful, productive life because of testament to the commitment andplanning for change, Business quake of 1906, combining beau- this. Funny and poignant, this excellence of those who work in theContinuity Management, and Fire service”, Mr. O’Driscoll explained. tiful story telling with live opera play has something for every-Safety in the Community. from Puccini and Rossini and one. The annual showcase event forThe Conference keynote speaker is features favourites like O sole Admission: Free of Charge Ireland’s Fire and EmergencyGoran Schnell of the Swedish Fire mio. Advance booking is required Services sector will also feature aService who will be exploring the Admission: €16 & €12 Fire Industry and Technologyfuture challenges for tomorrow’s Exhibition.Fire Service. According to Dave Carroll,Other speakers scheduled to addressthe two-day conference includePeter Craig, Chief Fire Officer, Tipperary North Chief Fire Officer and CFOA Treasurer: “The Desiderata Exhibition presents an idealNorthern Ireland Fire & Rescue opportunity for representatives fromService; Peter Holland, President of Go placidly amid the noise and for in the face of all aridity & disen- the manufacturing and trade sectorthe UK Chief Fire Officers’ haste, chantment involved in supplying emergency And remember what peace there it is perennial as the grass.Association; and Sean Hogan, products to meet, network and may be in silence.Director, National Directorate for exchange information with As far as possible without surrender Take kindly the counsel of theFire and Emergency Management. representatives and colleagues from be on good terms with all persons. years,Tadhg ODriscoll, CFOA Vice- the private and public sector in a gracefully surrendering the things ofChairman and Tipperary South convivial and professional Speak your truth quietly & clearly; youth.Chief Fire Officer said that Fire environment.” and listen to others, Nurture strength of spirit to shieldService personnel will use this even the dull & ignorant; you in sudden misfortune. The CFOA comprises the Chief Fireyear’s Conference as an opportunity they too have their story. But do not distress yourself with Officers of all Local Authorities into focus on the changing imaginings. Ireland. The Association is also aenvironment in which the Service Avoid loud & aggressive persons, Many fears are born of fatigue & member of the Federation ofpresently operates. they are vexations to the spirit. loneliness. European Fire officers AssociationsHe added: “The forthcoming and attends their twice yearly If you compare yourself with others, Beyond wholesome discipline,conference will feature expert meetings. you may become vain & bitter; be gentle with yourself.speakers within the Emergency for always there will be greater and For more visit www.cfoa.net. lesser persons than yourself. You are a child of the universe, Enjoy your achievements as well as no less than the trees & the stars; your plans. you have a right to be here. 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  • 19. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945Score For Tourism! Tourism IrelandTo Capitalise OnUEFA Europa League FinalFans of two of Europe’s top soccer things to do and see in and aroundteams are set to descend on Dublin Dublin. And for the visiting inter-on 18 May, when the city’s Aviva national journalists, a Tourism Ire-Stadium plays host to the 2011 UE- land factsheet on Dublin will helpFA Europa League final. With huge them find their way around the city. Tickets on Sale for The Adventure Weekendexposure through the media in Eu- Also, film footage of Dublin and Ireland’s First Three-Day Action Playground Eventrope and elsewhere around the Ireland will be provided to accredit-world – an estimated 40 million ed media for their stories before or * Experiential three-day action ad-football fans tuned in to last year’s during the game. venture event taking place in the RDS If attendees want to find out morefinal in Hamburg – this high profile from 20th- 22nd May 2011 about what makes an adrenaline junk-game provides Tourism Ireland Commenting on the importance of ie tick, then The Outsider Think Tankwith a fantastic opportunity to high- large sporting events like the UEFA * Offers people the opportunity to area will provide them with an oppor-light the island of Ireland as a won- Europa League final, Niall Gib- try for themselves top adventure ac- tunity to hear from adventure industryderful holiday destination, as well bons, chief executive of Tourism tivities such as zip lining, zorbing, professionals who will delight andas a top location for sporting Ireland, said: “Sports-related tour- rage buggies, water walkers and more inspire as they impart their expertevents. ism has emerged as a very signifi- all in the RDS knowledge and answer some burning cant element of the global travel adventure questions.Tourism Ireland has put in place a business in recent years – a multi- * Tickets priced €15 available nowbusy promotional programme, in million euro market with a huge through Ticketmaster.ie With coast lines unparalleled in beau-advance of 18 May, to capitalise on potential for countries who position ty and natural amenities, Ireland isthe tourism potential the game of- themselves correctly. Previous high now a world class destination for kitefers, targeting football fans in tour- profile soccer events, such as the Tickets are now on sale for The Ad- boarding, mountain biking, surfing,ism markets around Europe – visit to Dublin of Real Madrid in venture Weekend, Ireland’s first ever hang gliding, hiking and equestrianincluding Britain, Germany, 2009 and Villarreal in 2010, have threeday adventure event, which takes holidays. The Adventure WeekendFrance, Spain, Portugal and the provided Tourism Ireland with a place in the RDS from Friday, 20th will help remind you about all of theNetherlands. Activity includes a wonderful opportunity to highlight May to Sunday, 22ndMay, and will adventure opportunities available onmajor social media campaign Ireland. The UEFA Europa League showcase the very best of what Ire- your doorstep and re-invent how you,through Facebook, targeting Tour- Final is another ‘hook’ for us to land has to offer in outdoor and your friends and family spend yourism Ireland’s 150,000 fans across leverage, helping us to reach a wide adventure activities. free time.Europe; it features a fantastic com- audience of potential holidaymak-petition to win a trip to Dublin, in- ers in key markets across Europe Event organisers, Catapult Ltd, prom- Putting Ireland on the map for all thecluding tickets to the UEFA Europa and putting Dublin and Ireland in ise this will be an event with a differ- right reasons, the event will showcaseLeague final, as well as regular the spotlight. ence as they transform the RDS into a the country as a sterling adventureposts and mini-blogs about Dublin giant adventure playground, boasting destination and all-round awesomeand the game. 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  • 20. Programme Announced for Clancy Brothers Music and Arts Festival 2011 Songs Features Paul Brady, Mundy and Paddy Casey Danny BoyThe programme for the fourth an- will take place at Kickham Street with Face Oh Danny boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling Painting, Stilt Walkers, Street Entertainers, From glen to glen, and down the mountain sidenual Clancy Brothers Music and Art workshops, Music and Dancing all on the The summers gone, and all the flowers are dyingArts Festival 2011 was announced bill. tis you, tis you must go and I must bide.today (Monday, 25) in Carrick- But come you back when summers in the mead-On-Suir, Co. Tipperary with Paul A highlight of the festival programme is owBrady, Mundy and Paddy Casey ‘Rock on the Suir’ an open-air concert which Or when the valleys hushed and white with snowtopping the bill for the Festival will take place in the town on Saturday, June tis Ill be there in sunshine or in shadow 4 from 4pm featuring Mundy, Paddy Casey, Oh Danny boy, oh Danny boy, I love you so.which will take place in the river- El Hombre Jokes, Chimpanbee and Amberside town from June 2 to 5. Jean. And if you come, when all the flowers are dying And I am dead, as dead I well may be Youll come and find the place where I am lyingThe festival honours the musical legacy of On Sunday, June 5 a River Walk from Car- And kneel and say an "Ave" there for me.the influential Irish Folk music group of the rick-on-Suir to Dovehill will take place at1960’s ‘The Clancy Brothers’ whose home- 9am and includes breakfast. A festival in the And I shall hear, tho soft you tread above metown was Carrick-On-Suir in Tipperary; cred- hometown of the world famous cyclist Sean And all my dreams will warm and sweeter beited with popularising Irish traditional music Kelly wouldn’t be complete without a cycling If youll not fail to tell me that you love mein the United States the brothers recorded element and the ‘Carrick Wheelers Challenge I simply sleep in peace until you come to me.dozens of albums together as ‘The Clancy Sportive’ will take place on Sunday, June 5Brothers and Tommy Makem’. They were a and is sure to be one of the toughest cyclingprimary influence on a young Bob Dylan andon many other emerging artists and their leg- events ever held in Ireland. Family fun Sun- day is an action packed ‘Free Family Fun and Cashel of the Hillsacy is celebrated at their hometown annual River Festival’ taking place at Sean Healy Park in Carrick-on-Suir from 2pm. My native place of matches grace, what charmsfestival. can equal thine? Let greater men words sweeter pen to sing your praise than mine; Thy pasturesThe festival programme features a variety of The Clancy Brothers Music and Arts Festival fair and gardens rare which florid fragrance fills,Music Concerts, Workshops, Drama, Free will close with an intimate evening concert Thy shady nooks and laughing brooks-sweetFamily Fun, Sporting Events and an Art Trail with Paul Brady at The Strand Theatre at Cashel of the hills.for all ages and tastes. The Art Trail featuring 8pm on Sunday, June 5.over 100 artists and photographers commenc- Slopes steep and green can here be seen, the workes on Friday, June 3 at venues throughout the Launching the 2011 programme Chairperson of nature’s hands; And fields as fair, I do declare,town culminating in an exclusive exhibition‘River Suir Inspired’ at Ormonde Castle in of the Festival Ross Clery said: “I’m delight- as e’er the breezes fanned; And placid floods andCarrick-on-Suir; the trail and exhibition will ed to be launching the fourth programme of waving woods and silver sparkling rills, Andrun throughout the festival weekend. The Clancy Brothers Music and Arts Festival. pleasing dells and holy wells in Cashel of the hills. The programme features a variety of Tradi- tional Irish Musicians and some of our fan- And fair Newtown today looks down like a moth-Opening the festival on Thursday, June 2 is tastic internationally reknowned Irish artists. er on its young; Defusing light and virtue brightMary Clancy; Mary will host an evening con- The festival is very proud to honour the lega- her faithful ones among, Who in the past stoodcert at The Brewery Lane Theatre at 8pm en- cy of The Clancy Brothers and in recent years firm and fast and bore their share of ills. And truetitled “from Carnegie to Carrick with the it has grown steadily with visitor numbers inClancy Brothers” including a ‘Friends of 2010 reaching 8,000 we hope to increase that are still to Erin and will, in Cashel of the hills.Brewery Lane Variety Concert’ figure this year and establish Carrick-On-Suir as ‘the’ folk music destination of Ireland.” Here men were known to hold their own, those rural homesteads grand; And likewise fight to winOn Friday and Saturday June 3 and 4, their right to this long-plundered land; In Land‘Lunchtime Theatre’ will take place at The The Clancy Brothers Music and Arts Festival League days they fanned the blaze described byBrewery Lane Theatre at 1pm. A ‘Friends of will be held in Carrick-on-Suir from June 2 to abler quills, They did not fail but faced the jail inBrewery Lane Variety Concert’ will take 6, 2011 and is generously supported by Failte Cashel of the hills.place at the same venue at 8pm on Sunday Ireland, Tipperary County Council, the Artsevening June 5. Council, South Tipperary Enterprise Board, Tipperary Leader Partnership, Tipperary Arts Here maids are fair beyond compare, and Irish, Office and Carrick-on-Suir Business Associa- heart and hand; They can be seen to wear theEarly birds on Saturday, June 4 can enjoy a tion. Tickets can be purchased at Xtra-Vision green-they’re lovers of their land; In Cornadoughwalking tour of Carrick-on-Suir with Tom stores nationwide or on www.ticketgroup.ie some years ago, their valour gave us thrills, WhenWalsh. A traditional busking competition will and further information can be found on in that fight they conquered White in Cashel of thetake over the town with over 20 acts vying www.clancybrothersfestival.org or by con- hills.for championship. A Children’s Parade will tacting Carrick-on-Suir Heritage Centre 051precede a free family fun afternoon which 640 200
  • 21. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945 Bealtaine Festival 2011 Celebrating Creativity in Older AgeThe Bealtaine Festival is a This year’s festival will be centre echoes the story of Ireland theme for this year’s festival isNational Programme run launched by Award Winning Tip- from ancient times to the present “Push the boat out whatever thethroughout May each year in perary Poet, Michael Coady on day. The launch is open to the sea”association with Age & Thursday 5th May at 2.30pm at Brù public but booking is essential,Opportunity and all over the please contact the North Tipperary In the spirit of this we are encour- Borù Heritage Centre,Cashel. Thiscountry older persons groups and Arts Office at 067 – 44860 to book aging people to experience new art year’s event will feature a per-individuals are actively involved your place. forms, and to try something they formance by Cashel Communityin Arts events, workshops and may have never done before. School Choir.activities. The Arts Services of The Bealtaine Festival is described Events range from dance work-North and South Tipperary Coun- by Age and Opportunity as an in- shops to ceramics and from film to This year the launch day also pro-ty Council together with Tipperary vitation ‘to try something new, to visual arts and we hope that by the vides an opportunity to visitLibrary Service have once again explore something creative this end of the festival you might have Sounds of History, theco-ordinated the Tipperary Bealtaine in recognition of the life had a chance to discover new skills imaginative audio/visual culturalBealtaine Festival, celebrating enhancing joys of constant learn- and talents in the arts......so go exhibition at Brú Ború. Thiscreativity in older age. ing and our capacity for creativity on.......push the boat out this May stunning subterranean interpretive at all stages of our lives.’ The Bealtaine Events in TipperaryArts / Culture / Heritage 44 860, Sally O’Leary (South) with photographs by Brian Red- 6th at 8pm (special BealtaineCloughjordan Cineclub 052 613 4565, Emer O’Brien mond. TEL Ann Keevey 0505 21 price €10); film ‘Julie & Julia’, (Library HQ) 050 421 555 572 11th at 3pm; theatre tourFilms ‘Julie & Julia’ 4th, shorts7th and ‘Show Boat’ 25th. TEL Tipperary Excel Arts Friends of Cluain Arann 22nd ‘Fruitcake’, 17th at 3pm spon- sored by South Tipperary Arts087 268 9419 Mitchell St., Tipperary Town. Cluain Arann, Avondale Cres., Office; literary evening featuringNenagh Heritage Centre 13th Theatre tour ‘Fruitcake’ 17th. Tipperary Town. A traditional winners of the short story com-to 3rd June Film ‘Julie & Julia’ 11th. TEL evening of song, music & dance. petition with guest speaker and 062 80 520 TEL Evelyn O’Regan 062 52 award winning poet & proseKickham St. Theatre tour 186 writer Michael Coady (supported‘Fruitcake’, 18th. Ink exhibition Active Retirement / Communi- by South Tippeary Arts Officeof photographs of older people’s ty Groups Green Hill Nursing Home and South Tipperary VEC), 26thtattoos with workshop on 19th Fethard Youth Centre 4th Pill Rd., Carrick on Suir. Visits at 7pm.where Aidan Kelly will photo- from local schools; plant a tree; TEL Mary Swords 062 33 495 Film ‘Julie & Julia’. TEL 052graph your tattoo. Film ‘Julie & Bealtaine Dance; music session; 613 1000 Vee Valley Day Care CentreJulia’ 19th. TEL 067 34 900 trip. St Ruadhan’s Community Hall 10thSouth Tipperary Arts Centre Sacré Coeur Private Nursing 18th Convent Rd., Clogheen. ‘The16th Apr to 10th May Home 16th Lorrha Village. Theatre tour Golden Era of Céilí Music andNelson St., Clonmel. Ink exhibi- Station Rd., Tipperary. An Dance 1955-1970’, a talk by Bri- ‘Fruitcake’. TEL 0909 747 922tion of photographs of older evening of culture, song and po- an Lawler with reviews of thepeople’s tattoos with workshop Care Centres etry with the Tipperary Singers. work and music of that period.on 4th where Aidan Kelly will Carrick on Suir Day Care Cen- TEL Laura Myers 062 51 157photograph your tattoo. TEL 052 tre 2nd Care Centres St Vincent’s Day Care Centre612 7877 Community Hospital of The Waterford Rd. ‘The Plate Project Health Centre, Tipperary. Cele- AssumptionTipperary County Council Exhibition’, clients identify old brate with Us! – musical after-Arts Services 1st to 31st images of personal significance Castlemeadows, Thurles. noon of song & dance withCivic Offices, Nenagh, County and transfer them onto ceramic refreshments; poetry reading af- Intergenerational poster painting,Museum, Clonmel & Library plates. TEL Eileen O’Dowd 051 ternoon. TEL Peggy Kennedy 4th; intergenerational musicalHQ, Thurles. Tipperary 640 085 062 82 105 afternoon, 9th.Bealtaine festival partnership TEL Mary Shortt or Mary Ryan Cashel Day Care Centre 17th Tipperary Active Retirement 0504 27 700presents an exciting range of arts Associationevents across County Tipperary, Theatre tour ‘Fruitcake’.from creative dance to traditional Dean Maxwell Community The Community Service Centre,music and song. Over 60 events Nursing Unit St Michael’s St., Tipperaryplanned, see Tipperary Bealtaine Town.programme. All welcome. Film Launching their book, Wisdom Arts & crafts with music and en-in Clonmel ‘Julie & Julia’ 18th. and Age, a compilation of 50 tertainment, 3rd at 2.30pm;TEL Melanie Scott (North) 067 stories by the members of the ‘Caruso and the Quake’ “opera”, Unit, prepared by Mary Arrigah
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  • 23. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945North Tipperary Schoolchildrens Nenagh Éire Óg Camogie Club NotesFootball League sponsored by Nenagh Credit Union by Bobby Lynch, NTSFL PRO By Séamie Morris P.R.OResults to Sunday 24 April U12 Shield Final 7pm Venue Under 8s are training every Tues- U18s played a challenge gameU12 Premier League Play-off TBC day evening from 5.30 to 6.30 against Ballyea Of Clare lastBallymackey 2 Nenagh AFC 1 Cloughjordan v Nenagh Celtic / pm. Matches for the U8s will be Tuesday. It was their first gameU14 Premier League Play-off Nenagh AFC C organized in the coming weeks together this year and they wonBirdhill 0 Nenagh AFC 1 U16 Shield Final Newtown 7pm well with RoisÍn O Brien givingU10 Premier 4 Ballymackey v Nenagh Celtic U10s played a challenge match a spirited performance. Thanks toLough Derg B 0 Arra 0 against Toomevara last Wednes- Ballyea for the tough game andU11 Premier Saturday April 30 Newtown day. There were fine displays of thanks to Enda Costello forTemplemore 5 Ardcroney 2 U11 Premier skill from both sides. We would providing the after match buffet.Lough Derg 1 Ballymackey 1 Puckane v Templemore like to thank Toomevara for the A special thanks to Tommy RyanU11 Div 1 U11 Cup Final Ballymackey v game. Training times are Tues- for giving up his spare time toShinrone 6 Nenagh AFC C 1 Nenagh AFC 11am day and Friday evenings from Referee the game. Hard luck toShinrone 1 Arra 0 U13 Cup Final Holycross v 5.30 to 6.30 the Tipperary u18 team that wentNenagh Celtic 1 Nenagh AFC C Templemore 1pm out of the championship with a2 U15 Cup Final Holycross v U12s played a challenge game defeat against a fine Clare team.U13 Div 1 Nenagh AFC 3pm against Riverstown last Saturday Cíara McGrath had a superbLough Derg 2 Nenagh Celtic 1 and again there was fine displays game at full forward scoring aU14 Div 1 Sunday May 1 Newtown of skill form both sides who are goal for her efforts.Lough Derg B 3 Nenagh AFC B U14 Shield Final progressing well under their re-0 Lough Derg B v Shinrone 1pm spective coaches. Junior B team created a little bitU11 Cup Quarter-final U14 Final of history by winning their firstNenagh AFC A 5 Rearcross 0 Ballymackey v Nenagh AFC U14s were in action against A championship game last Friday.U12 Cup Quarter-finals 3pm side Toomevara last Thursday in They travelled to KnockshgownaBirdhill 1 Ballymackey 2 U16 Final preparation for their upcoming with a very young team and shortSallypark 0 Nenagh AFC A 2 Arra Rovers v Nenagh AFC championship game. Nenagh of some of their starting line upPuckane 2 Templemore 6 5pm came a way with a fine win but with great heart and spirit. ItU11 Cup Semi-finals U12 Cashin Cup Semi Final which justifies their dedication to was a tough andNenagh AFC 4 Ardcroney 0 North Tipperary v Donegal their training over the last few physical game which the girlsBallymackey 1 Arra 0 Brickfields 12.30 months. met head on and won the gameU11 Shield Semi-finals by 5 points. Panel Laura McKen-Shinrone 0 Templemore 1 Monday May 2 Nenagh AFC Congratulations to Alanna Morris na, Bridget White, Claire Collins,U13 Cup Quarter-final Brickfields and Aileen Duggan who were Alice Darcy, Mikaela Gleeson,Ballymackey 0 Templemore 1 U10 Category 2 Shield Final part of the Tipperary u16 team Stephanie Browne,U13 Cup Semi-finals Nenagh AFC D v Silvermines that drew the All Ireland Semi Sarah Maher, Mary Dillon, CíaraHolycross 5 Puckane 1 11am Final last Saturday the replay will McGrath, Rebecca White, RosinTemplemore 5 Ardcroney 0 U10 Premier Shield Final take place next Saturday with O Brien, Danielle Harrington,U14 Shield Birdhill v Lough Derg A 12 Kilkenny awaiting the winners in Gemma Morris, Catriona O Con-Shinrone 3 Arra 2 U10 Category 2 Cup FinalLough Derg B 3 Nenagh AFC B Ardcroney B v Shinrone B 1pm the final. nor, Jessica Maher, Niamh Cos-0 U10 Premier Cup Final tello, Aileen Duggan.U15 Cup Semi-finals Nenagh AFC v TemplemoreTemplemore 3 Nenagh AFC A 6 2pmNenagh AFC B 2 Holycross 5 U12 Cup Semi-finalU15 Shield Semi-final Templemore v Nenagh AFCBorrisokane 5 Ballymackey 4 7pmFixtures Thursday May 5Monday April 25 U12 Cup Final Newtown 7pmU12 Cup Semi-finalBallymackey v Lough Derg 7pm Notes:U12 Shield Semi-final - Home team must text results toNenagh Celtic Nenagh AFC C Fixtures Secretary Denny Ryan to 087-9162948 by 7pm onTuesday April 26 game dayU11 Shield - Pitch inspections must be doneNenagh Celtic v Puckane 6.30 by 9am on game day and fix- Nenagh Junior B Camogie Team v Knockshegowna tures secretary notifiedThursday April 28 - League website:U11 Shield Semi-final www.ntsl.league.ie Send Your Club Notes toNenagh Celtic / Puckane vNenagh AFC B 6pm info@tipptatler.com
  • 24. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945Announcing Gospel Rising Festival Birr & District Motor Club- May 6th - 8th 2011 make €45,903.53 for Laois Alzheimer’s Society This year saw the Birr & District The money raised at this event Motor Club run its annual Car will go towards providing de- Rally in Co Laois. The Rally mentia specific home care . Out which was held on the 27th Feb- of the €45,000 raised it will pro- ruary was based in the splendid vide an extra 50 hours of home surroundings of the Abbeyleix care to 10 families on the wait- Manor Hotel. The Route took ing list in . We also will be tak- in Stages in the Rathdowney & ing family carers on weekend Ballacolla Areas with Servicing breaks away. These weekend taking place in the Retail Outlet breaks are the only opportunity in Rathdowney. A special word for families to take a break away of gratitude is expressed from from their caring role. the Clerk of the Course Bill Ry- an to all the residents along the There are over 45,000 people inGospel Rising is a fun, energetic rally route for their assistance & Ireland diagnosed with Dementiagospel music festival of work- May 6th – 8th 2011 will see patience. Oliver Stanley had the in Ireland and this number willshops and gigs showcasing Portlaoise, Co. Laois host gospel services of ‘professional Co grow to over 70,000 by 2026.Ireland’s many gospel music workshops with internationally Driver’ Jenny Kent who com-styles. acclaimed facilitators, as well as pleted the rally for the Alzheim- The Birr & District Motor Club the best on the Irish scene. ers Society of Ireland. Jenny did would like to thank all those whoThis national roaming festival, Workshops on African choreog- a superb job in the Hot Seat. contributed to this special fundsupported by the Arts Council, raphy, soloist techniques and raising project & those who soldshowcases everything that is choral workshops on old style In conjunction with the rally a sponsorship cards. In addition agreat in Irish gospel music, at- and new gospel music from the major fund raising programme special word of thanks must gotracting choirs, spectators and Elvis Presley era to modern day was also initiated in aid of the to the organising committee thatworkshop participants from all pop! Nicki Brown, who has Alzheimer’s Society. This consisted of Bill Ryan, Pat Hor-around Ireland. Following its worked with the likes of Madon- raised in excess of €45,000 an, Oliver Stanley, Jenny Kentmajor success last year, this is na and Craig David will share through Sponsored along with two very specialone to watch! his expert knowledge in the all Shaves,waxing, Collections, friends who helped us out along day band workshop on what Auctions, Table Quiz & Cook- the way RTE Sports PresenterFor one night only, Sat 7th May tempos, beats and underlying ery Ware demonstration. Michael Lyster & 5 time Irish2011, Portlaoise will host a spec- tones create an awesome gospel Tarmac Rally Championshiptacular free concert of all the sound. Mark De-Lisser of BBC’s Winner Eugene Donnelly.greatest names and yet to be dis- of “Last Choir Standing” fame,covered gospel choirs from will facilitate a workshop on hisaround Ireland, on the same “New Gospel” sound.stage! In previous years this hasattracted a large following of Gospel music is a very vibranttravelling festival goers. and incredibly popular music genre in the fabric of Irish society to- day. Gospel Rising satisfies the hunger of experienced choirs and perform- ers to expand their repertoire of skills, and also gives the general public a chance to experi- ence great gospel music on Irish shores. Jenny Kent ( Owner Abbeyleix Manor Hotel ) , Oliver Stanley, Pat Horan ( Aglish , who shaved his beard off after 40 Years) , Bill Ryan (who It will be one week- shaved his beard off after 30 Years) end of gospel rock- ing festival fun! Send Your Club Notes to info@tipptatler.com
  • 25. Hiring? call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945 RECRUITMENT No Designated HR Recruitment Department?Kids Ark Preschool, Shronell wishes to recruit a Kennedy HR Support & ServicesPreschool Manager will call to your workplace to handle all your HR needs(38 week Contract)The suitable candidate must have - • Recruitment• At least 2 years relevant work experience• A minimum qualification of Childcare The position is for 15 hours per week (38 weeks). Job description or further • Staff Management Kennedy HR Fetac Level 6 Support & Services information available. Closing date • Time Management Training (Preferably to hold a level 7/8 qualification) for application is 31st May 2011 Fiona Kennedy• Excellent Communication & Interpersonal • Disciplinary Process To gain further information or apply, Clonkelly, Dundrum, Skills • On-call HR assistance please contact Josephine @• Ability to work on own initiative 087-6375388 or forward your CV to: Co. Tipperary• Be driven and hard working 087 67 44 839 josie1975@campus.ie info@kennedyhr.ieCTRYO Perform with theCork Junior OrchestraSunday 10th April was a beautiful and Theresa O’Dwyer, James Ryan, VisitSunny day. It was also the day thatthe County Tipperary Ryan YouthOrchestra travelled to Ballincollig to Charles Shortt, Quentin Thompson, Orla Ryan, Brid Og Dwyer, Liam Hennessy, Ciaran Healy and Alex www.tipptatler.ieperform in concert with the Cork Ryan. In addition, there are alsoJunior Youth Orchestra under the brass and percussion rehearsals helddirection of Terry McCarthy. for large concerts. The final concertThere were good performances by in the CTRYO calendar this seasonboth orchestras, the ever popular is on the 22nd May. in TipperaryHungarian Dance no 5 getting awell deserved ‘Bravo’ as well as the when the orchestra will present a very entertaining programme of Book Reviewdelightfully rousing Radetsky classical favourites at BallykisteenMarch and the very appropriately Hotel and feature it’s String Quar- How the Light Gets In:timed Hallelujah Chorus. A veryenthusiastic audience, mainly com- tets, Ensembles and soloists as well as Ryan School of Music members My Journey with Depressionprised of parents and family mem- who will also take part. The orches- Mary McEvoybers gave vent to their delight by tra has had a good productive sea-their warm applause. It was the son, it’s players availing of Review by Elizabeth O’SheaCork orchestra’s ‘End of Season’ technique development and perfor-concert. mance afforded by concert rehears- Mary McEvoy is, of course, best als and participation. There has known for her long-running role inFor Tipperary it was a repeat con- been a focus on String Quartets dur- Glenroe. Her new autobiography,cert, the first leg of which took place ing rehearsals which was greatly How the Light Gets In, has rightlyin Tipperary last year. Because the supported by a masterclass conduct- received a lot of publicity becauseCounty Tipperary Ryan Youth Or- ed by members of the International- she talks frankly about living withchestra is based in Tipperary Town, ly renowned Terpsychordes String depression.not so far from the county border, it Quartet from Geneva in Switzerland In her introduction, McEvoy ex-naturally attracts young musicians recently. And of course it must be plains why she has written this bookfrom the neighbouring counties who said that the members of Cello Sec- and how she manages every day.attend weekly rehearsals held at St. tion have benefited greatly from the The focus is very much on depres-Ailbe’s School in Tipperary Town expert tuition of Hungarian Cello sion, what it is, and how to cope,under the direction of Michael John Virtuoso Peter Sebestyan. Plans are and seen through the life of MaryRyan. At least two members of the already being made to take the or- McEvoy and her personal experi-CTRYO come from County Cork, chestra abroad in 2012 and this will ence. For this reason, the book isnamely Violinists Hannah no doubt stimulate the interest of all not a traditional autobiography, al-O’Sullivan, Mitchelstown and members. But more about this in though it can be read as such. In- Mary McEvoy’s new biography,Coimhe Clancy, Kilbehenny. Nine due course. During the summer stead of telling a straightforward How the Light Gets In, providesmembers come from County Limer- break a new programme with an narrative of her life, McEvoy looks great insight into what it is like toick including Aileen Dooley, Irish flair to it, suitable for perfor- at her depression through the prisms live with and survive depression.Knocklong, Rachel Flynn, Galbally, mance abroad is being planned.. that she has identified such as fami- How the Light Gets In is availableRichie, Sinead and Aine O’Carroll, ly, loss, happiness, and ageing. for €14.99 from Sheelagh na GigKilteely, Charlotte O’Donoghue, In the meantime members will trav- Easy to read, How the Light Gets In bookshop, Cloughjordan, which isGarryspillane, and Orla Ryan el to the U.L. Concert Hall in Lim- will give McEvoy fans an insight open Wed-Thu 10.00am-5pm, Fri-(Oola). The rest come from places erick on Saturday 7th May where into the life of the television star Sat 10am-6pm and Sunday 1pm-all over County Tipperary, Deirbhila Celebrated Rock Violinist Anna they admire, the general public an 6pm. Tel: 0505 42123; email,Brennan, Grainne and Ashling Cole, Phoebe will be the featured soloist insight into what it is like to live info@sheelaghnagig.com; follow usMartin Dillon, Aine Dargan, Aoife with The University of Limerick with depression, and people with on Twitter @sheelaghnagig; or seeDonovan, Jake Flannery, Jennifer Orchestra conducted by Michael depression some ideas about how to us on Facebook.Fogarty, Eadaoin Heffernan, Eva John Ryan. cope day-to-day, in the moment.Jackson, Heather O’Dwyer, Brid
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  • 31. Increase Sales, call the Tipp Tatler 0504-51945 Prayers Prayers: €7.50 Initials:______ CounsellingThe Miraculous Prayer – MiraculousDear Heart of Jesus, in the past Novena DepressionI’ve asked for many favours. Other____________ By Jim O’SheaThis time I ask You this very I would now like to have a closer look at As mentioned above, physical diseases Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I’vespecial one (mention favour). Take the question of comorbidity i.e. where are also important in the context of de- asked for many favours. This timeit Dear Heart of Jesus and place it depression is accompanied by one or pression. Their symptoms sometimes I ask You this very special onewithin Your own broken heart more other complaints. Of course, co- mask depression. The psychologist, (mention favour). Take it Dearwhere Your Father sees it. Then in morbidity makes a complicated com- Christopher Dickens, warns that it is Heart of Jesus and place it within plaint even more complex and difficult easy to underestimate how powerful de-His merciful eyes it will become Your own broken heart where Your to understand. In other words there is a pression is in the context of physicalYour favour, not mine. Amen. Say Father sees it. Then in His merciful wide variation in the severity of depres- diseases in contributing to the death of athis prayer for 3 days, promise eyes it will become Your favour, sion that people present with. The first sufferer. This is a very sobering not mine. Amen. Say this prayer forpublication and favour will be thing that research shows is that comor- thought, and alerts us to the deadly dan- 3 days, promise publication andgranted. Never known to fail. E.M. bidity increases the severity and length ger of severe depression. favour will be granted. NeverThe Miraculous Prayer – of depressive episodes. Up to as many In recent years much research is being known to fail. D.O.D.Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I’ve as 75% of people presenting with de- directed at this area, which has shown The Miraculous Prayer – pression, also suffer from at least one that there are medical diseases that in-asked for many favours. This time Dear Heart of Jesus, in the past I’ve other complaint. Paul Gilbert in his crease the risk of depression, and it isI ask You this very special one asked for many favours. This time wonderful book, Depression. The Evo- advisable that both the disease and the(mention favour). Take it Dear I ask You this very special one lution of Powerlessness explains that depression be treated during the rehabil-Heart of Jesus and place it within (mention favour). Take it Dear depression, which is preceded by or ac- itation period. Such diseases include di-Your own broken heart where Your Heart of Jesus and place it within companies other disorders, is called sec- abetes, heart disease, and HIV/AIDS.Father sees it. Then in His Your own broken heart where Your ondary depression. Primary depression Other diseases which may cause symp-merciful eyes it will become Your is not preceded by any other psychiatric toms of depression are epilepsy, thyroid Father sees it. Then in His or physical complaints. problems, multiple sclerosis, stroke,favour, not mine. Amen. Say this merciful eyes it will become Your Comorbidity should be distinguished brain trauma Lyme disease (an inflam-prayer for 3 days, promise favour, not mine. Amen. Say this from the masking or disguising of de- matory disease caused by bacteria frompublication and favour will be prayer for 3 days, promise pression by physical problems such as the bite of a deer tick (common in thegranted. Never known to fail. publication and favour will be joint aches, headaches, indigestion, or U.S.), syphilis and Parkinson’s disease,Ludeles granted. Never known to fail. perhaps workaholism or other excessive to name but a few.The Miraculous Prayer – M.R. behaviours such as non-stop shopping or thrill-seeking. The Los Angeles based psychologist, An average of 3000 people now Research shows that in the U.S. 84% of Prentiss Price, has written some inter- people presenting with depression had at esting stuff on this dimension of depres- Read each issue of least one other complaint. The most sion, and, for example, looks at research the Tipp Tatler online! common comorbid complaints are anxi- showing that diabetes doubles the risk The online issues contain active links to advertisers web- ety, panic, social phobia and posttrau- of depression, and that the chance of sites helping to promote business even more. matic stress conditions. 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