Bloody Sunday 21st Nov 1920
The attached document is a compilation of pictures and links to articles and videos that were put together to commemorate this auspicious event 100 years ago.
The document contains:
- Direct Reference to the Three Fethard Men who represented our Club And County on this day.
- A link to our Video recording of our Wreath laying and Plaque Unveiling.
- Snippets of and links to articles from RTE and the GAA websites.
- Vincent Murphy and his supporting colleagues great cycle to Croke Park.
- A fitting and poignant picture of the 2020 Munster achievement in the replica Jersey, worn by a Son of a Fethard man to booth.
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A word of Thanks to the Club Officials, The Clergy, Vincent, Owen and all that made this Remembrance possible.
To Denis Burke’s and Tony Newport’s for their uplifting words and sentiments at the unveiling.
These two men represent everything that is good in sport, community and humanity.
I would love to think that maybe in 100 years time someone will look back and acknowledge these two legends of Fethard GAA.
With the current restriction on public gatherings there are only a limited amount of tickets available for our Opening Football game v’s Golden Kilfeacle , scheduled for Saturday 18th in Boherlahan.
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U12 boys make club history
The month of May will go down in our juvenile club history as the month when our U12 boys won the south finals in ‘A’ and ‘D’ divisions … but then capped it off by going on to win the U12’A’ County Final. Continue reading
The South Tipp awards presentation, an acknowledgement of great players of both today and the past.
Fethard celebrates its participation and input into the Gaa. Continue reading
|Fr. Abe, P.P., Abbey-Duniry, unexpectedly but peacefully in the presence of his loving family and under the sensitive care of the Staff of St. Lawrence’s Ward, Beaumont Hospital, predeceased by his father Sean and mother Angela. Deeply missed by his sisters Mary and June, their partners Marc and Tom, his nieces Clodagh and Audrey, nephews Bill and Mark, grandnieces Laura, Jess, Becky, Caoimhe and Ellie, grandnephew Kealan, Bishop Kirby and the Priests of the Diocese of Clonfert. Abe will be an enormous loss to his extended family, large circle of friends, the parish of Abbey-Duniry and communities in Portumna and Fethard.|
Reposing today, Tuesday, April 23rd, in the Church of the Holy Family, Duniry from 8 p.m. with prayers at 10 p.m. Reposing also tomorrow, Wednesday, from 10 a.m. with Mass at 2 p.m. followed by further reposal until 5 p.m. Funeral Mass in Fethard Parish Church, Co. Tipperary on Thursday, April 25th, at 12 noon with burial afterwards in Calvary Cemetery, Fethard.
A light has gone out in all our lives.
Rest in Peace Abe.
Date Published: Tuesday 23rd April 2019
Date of Death:
Tuesday 23rd April
Fethard Gaa are honoured and delighted for two great young men, Charlie Manton and Paul Moloney. These two have given great commitment to both club and county over the years and as a club we are truly delighted to see both the lads experience success with and the honour of playing with their respective Colleges. Continue reading
Saturday 15th, saw Fethard Gaa hold it’s Dinner Dance in Cahir House Hotel. The evening kick off with what was an excellent and I mean excellent meal served by the hotel. After the meal came the presentations, a stage that some years back one might be excused for cringing to some degree as it took a fair length of time. But no this was sweet and cherished by all there, the generations that went before them, our now Senior Team and the next generation waiting in the fringe to add their bit to Fethard Gaa’s great name and reputation.
The evening was well organised and structured by the Chairman ( John Hurley ), Stephen Fitzgerald and Mary Godfrey, a hearty thank you to all. Noel Byrne did a top class job as he called and introduced each player individually to their presentations. Medal Presentations were carried out by two great servants of club and County, men that when you mention their names it makes you feel some way taller as you know they represent pure pride and commitment, Michael (Buddy) Fitzgerald and Brian Burke. A high point of the evening was a special presentation to a man who has achieved so much to-date and is still making he presence felt in the Gaa, Yes Paul (cracker) Fitzgerald, who undoubtedly will go down in history as one that we are proud to call our own. Noel read through the list of medals and competitions that Paul has won through out his career as a player with club and county, a list that extended itself to both codes of the Gaa, this list as he spoke through it was long and I mean long, it started to feel life one of those socials I mentioned of years gone by. Paul gracious as he is said his take on his career and as the saying goes ” A blind man could see what it meant to him”. I hope he just realises that this not the end of his time in Fethard Gaa but a transition to the next step. Thank you and god bless you Paul.
Then, with no one more fitting to close off the speeches than Jimmy O’Shea, Jimmy through to character when asked at the end of the meal would he close out, stood up and said an impromptu speech that summed up life friendships and Fethard Gaa.
Super Soul Machine played an eclectic mix of songs that had everyone up and dancing, followed by one of our DJ Kumar, a training session that went on well into the early hours. Unfortunately I have to add this with regards to standard of dancing, we are lucky that they are good footballers because they’re not getting any medals for their dancing skills (some not all). And for one in particular of our more recent past players as he strutted his stuff I noticed one of the Cahir House staff following him around wiping the “wet” of the floor, “Ring Of Kerry” “Big Red”.
Thanks you to Cahir House Hotel, Super Soul Machine, DJ Kumar, our own organizers and presenters and last but not least our memory makers the players both past and present.