The results of the latest bridge game played by Ballyduff/ Kilmeaden Bridge Club are as follows:
1st: Teresa Phelan and Ann Marie Brown.
2nd: Kate Hayes and Nano Fitzgerald.
3rd: Mary Kennedy and John Fitzpatrick.
4th: Ann Cox and Kathleen Collins.
Parent and Toddler Group.
As I have mentioned in the past the Ballyduff/ Kilmeaden Parent and Toddler group meet in Ballyduff Community Centre every Friday morning from 10am to 12 noon. This is a perfect opportunity for new parents or people who have moved in locally to get to know people and the children love meeting new friends to have a play with. You can drop in for a few minutes or a few hours whatever suits you best.
The popular Gymboree morning will return to the Toddler group on Friday January 23rd so why not drop in and join in the fun. There’s nothing better than a little singing and dancing.
Ballyduff Community Centre committee will host Community Bingo in Ballyduff Community Centre on the fourth Tuesday of every month. This bingo will begin on Tuesday 27th of January at 7.30pm. The cost will be €5 which will include refreshments. Lots of you have been asking me if I knew when this was starting so I expect you to get your legs eleven up to the community centre and get your eyes down for a game of bingo.
Ballyduff Community Centre was lucky enough to be chosen as one of three local groups to be in with a chance to benefit from the Tesco Community Fund. For six weeks running from Monday January 12th if you do your shopping in Tesco Ardkeen make sure you ask for your token and pop it into the Ballyduff Community Centre redevelopment fund and don’t forget to spread the word to your friends and family.
Our local GAA club were delighted recently with the turnout for their medal presentation night. They would like to say a huge thank you to Tony Browne who presented all the medals to players from the academy up to U15. There was success in the Roanmore Tournament, City League, U 14 County Hurling and U 15 Eastern Hurling. We can all be proud of our club who have enjoyed success every year since 2008. None of this would be possible without the dedication and commitment of the players, coaches, committee and parents so a well deserved pat on the back to you all.
A huge thank you and well done to all who made sandwiches and cakes for the night and the ladies who served tea and coffee and cleaned up after the night.