Great reception in Templemore for the victorious Our Lady's Secondary School in following their winning the Dr Harty Cup on Saturday. Congratulations once again to every one involved with the preparation of this magnificent team. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fundraiser in aid of Scoil Ruáin Does Strictly.

On Sunday, the 5th of March, two of dancers Róisín Crowe (Scoil Ruáin) and Eamonn Cahill (Ballingarry) will be holding a fundraiser featuring 'Seán Keane in Concert' in aid of Scoil Ruáin Does Strictly.

All proceeds raised will be going directly to equipping Scoil Ruáin Autism Unit.

Tickets are €17.50 which includes entry and a cheese and wine reception. Great spot prizes on the night including a dinner voucher for 2, tickets for The Source, Thurles, a €100 voucher for Hotel Minella and many more.

Tickets are available from the school reception or by contacting 052-9156332.

Your support would be greatly appreciated.
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Congratulations to Our Lady's Templemore on winning the Dr. Harty Cup. It was a super performance and compliments to every one involved with the preparation of a magnificent team. ... See MoreSee Less

Best Wishes to Our Lady’s Templemore in Dr. Harty Cup Final.

Our Lady’s Templemore will play St Colman’s Fermoy in the Dr. Harty Cup Hurling Final on Saturday February 18th at 2pm. The game will take place in the Gaelic Grounds Limerick.

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