Mary O’Connor presenting the Alan O’Connor Trophy to her son Colm who was the worthy winner of his brother’s Memorial Cup. Included are Colm’s wife Colette, his daughter Ciara and his twin sons Cian and Tom.
Mary O’Connor presenting the Junior Section of the Alan O’Connor Trophy to winner, Alan McAuliffe with Darren O’Sullivan who was runner up in Juvenile Section.
- The Christmas Hampers Competition continues on Friday nights at 6pm and Saturday afternoons at 2pm for both men, women, and juvenile boys and girls. A minimum of five cards must be played with the three best to count.
- The Tuesday evening 3 ball scrambles are now discontinued due to the shortening evenings.
Maysen is hiking across Ireland, one anxious step at a time, for Mental Health Ireland.
“Everyone has mental health, however some of us are more aware of it than others. Most often, we become hyper-aware of our mental health after being diagnosed with a mental illness. From a young age I’ve struggled with my mental health. Anxiety, depression, and self harm are a part of me that I don’t remember ever being without. Yet for many years, I kept that fact to myself. The medical system and the world around me led me to believe that admitting to fighting a battle with my own mind made me weak and undesirable.
Mental Health Ireland is an organization that helps people such as myself. It is a national voluntary organisation which was established in 1966 as the Mental Health Association of Ireland. MHI’s aim is to promote positive mental health and wellbeing to all individuals and communities in Ireland. They have … ” [read her full article on EveryDayHero.com]
Maysen should be in Millstreet today. If you see her, say hello, and maybe give her a hand as others have already done in the last few days.
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