Ballycumber GAA Club notes

October 13, 2020


Ballycumber GAA Club members wish to express our sincere sympathy to Aggie Quinn and Rose Feery, Moorock on the death of their sister Kathleen Newman, Raheen, Clara.

Message from Fr Brendan O’Sullivan, PP Ballinahown.

Dear Parishioners.
As we journey together through these days of challenges. Be assured of my continued support and prayer. As we will not be having Masses until further notice, please keep a space for prayer and adoration every Sunday in our Churches from 10 am to 5pm. Make a visit at a time that suits you and pray for all families in our Parish, remembering all who are sick and those who have lost loved ones. We must continue to build a community of Faith.
All intentions and booked Masses will be said privately by me, be assured.
Thanks for your continued support and contributions, it is needed and appreciated.
I am doing the best I can in the service of all at this time.
Every good wish.
Fr. Brendan


Ballycumber History Group are collecting historical facts about the Boher and Castlearmstrong areas. The group would welcome any information and photographs of Boher Church and Schools, Boher Hall, Guinan’s Field, Castlearmstrong and Castletown Park.

There must be some good stories about dances in Boher Hall.


The numbers drawn were 1,3,29,31 No jackpot winner, four match three winners.

Next week’s draw will be held in Gussies on Monday evening for a jackpot of 3950 euros.

Tickets on sale in Gussies, and usual lotto sellers and on line at

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