Ballybay (@1.25) vs Latton (@4.33)

Our Prediction:

Ballybay will win

Ballybay – Latton Match Prediction | 24-08-2019

Everyone welcome. A number of Public workshops are going to take place over the coming weeks to allow the pubic have their say on how Co Monaghan as a whole is developed in the years 2019 -2025. One of these public workshops will be held in the Wetlands centre on Friday 24th march from 6pm until 9pm. Your opinions are very important as it allows Monaghan County Council hear the opinions of all sections of the community. Plans involving Rural development , Community Facilities, Town Centres, Transport and Infrastructure , Heritage & Landscapes , Tourism and Arts , Environmental issues , effects of Brexit and Future jobs and employment in Co Monaghan are going to be discussed.

Bonnie who is a former Ballybay Pearse Brothers player is the current chairman of Monaghan GAA in New York. On Saturday night last Ballybay native Bonnie Duffy and his wife Cathriona Brady (Aghabog) were guests of honour at the 105th Monaghan Society of New York annual dinner dance. Bonnie has never forgotten his roots and is a frequent visitor home to Ballybay.

A very special thank you to Astrid Moffett for all her hard work, for sharing her cookery expertise with us and sending us home with wonderful ideas and inspiration, what a fabulous cookery demonstration which everyone seemed to really enjoy, well done Astrid we very much appreciate all you put into the evening. Christ Church Ballybay would like to say a big, big thank you to each and everyone one of you that helped make our Seasonal Supper Suggestions evening last Thursday the 16th November such a huge success.

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There were a number of winners on the day. A massive thank you also goes to everyone who made the effort to put in a float. The committee would like to thank the following without whom it would not be possible to have the parade Local Garda, Rory Mc Atavie, the Aughnamullen Pipe Band, Gerry West, Stephen Duffy, Charlie Lennon (and his team from Cuan Mhuire) and Eamon Kerr (lorry for viewing stand). Despite the poor weather the St. These were as follows: Best Community Float Ballybay Drama Group, Best Novelty Float- the Welcome Inn, Best Business Float PQE, Latton and Best Dressed Window Ballybay Pharmacy. Patricks Day Parade was a great success with large numbers of spectators turning out.

The starting point will be the entrance to Loch Mor Avenue. As some interest has been expressed in the tour already it would be advisable to contact 087 7687248 in advance in order to confirm numbers. People taking part are advised to wrap up well and if possible wear some form of high vis clothing. The walk will last about one hour and will finish at Pat O Briens. An historical walk of Ballybay will take place on Friday evening 16th March commencing at 8pm. It is hoped to be able to provide some high vis vests as well.

There was a good attendance of members and all matters relating to the club and its future running was discussed at length. In the full list of events we have planned will be 16 local players competing in the Border Counties League and also the Mc Guirk Shield. There will be bowling for beginners during the month of April at 7-30pm each evening. The Ballybay Outdoor Bowling green situated in the beautiful Town Park will open on Monday 2nd April so anyone wishing to try their hand at the game of bowls can come along as bowls and instructions will be available free of charge.On Thursday the 22nd March the AGM of the Outdoor Bowling Club was held in the bowling pavilion. This will be a rinks competition and will be limited to 24 teams, so if you want to enter a team or make further enquiries then ring Mal Mc Skane on 087 9710652. On Monday 7th May we will hold a charity all day bowls match starting at 10am. It is hoped to have 14 local clubs in the league this year (similar to last season). The following Officers were elected for the coming year.President Malachy Mc SkaneChairman Samuel GambleVice Chairman Gabriel MartinSecretary Cora SmythAssistant Secretary Philip GibsonTreasurer Benny SmythAssistant Treasurer Bertie LatimerPRO Benny SmythA full report on the past years happenings was delivered and the Treasurer said we were still in the black, but that we need to keep a tight reign on our expenses. With the improvement in the weather and the longer days our thoughts turn to the outdoor sports and so it is with the bowling fraternity.

The National Broadcaster was delighted to receive the footage and it aired during news bulletins. Keep up the good work James. James who hails from Loch Mor Avenue attends Dundalk IT where he is completing a media course. During last weeks poor weather James braved the wind and snow to take some video footage which he then sent to RTE. James has since put his drone up to capture some scenes of the snow around the area and this along with other footage is available to view on Ballybay and its People facebook page. Local man James Flanagan continues to fly the flag for Ballybay.

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Mulligan scored nine points out of Lattons total of eleven, seven of those coming from frees and his tally could have been greater as he also failed to convert a second-half penalty, but it was also his positional sense, his vision, his ability to carry the ball at speed into the opposition defence that always kept Latton on the offensive, while Ballybay relied almost exclusively on the accuracy of Aaron Toner, who scored six of their seven points, four of those from frees. Latton led at half-time by 1-7 to 0-5 and went on to open a seven points lead approaching the end of the third quarter but they faced a difficult final quarter as Ballybay, were reinvigorated with a goal and Latton were reduced to 14 players with some nine minutes of normal time remaining, but they held out for what was overall a deserved victory.

Social Enterprise), Rural Towns, Rural Youth, Biodiversity, Renewable Energy and Protection and Sustainable Use of Water Resources. There will also be an opportunity after the presentations to talk with LEADER staff. These free events will provide information on LEADER funding available for community and voluntary groups and enterprises in County Monaghan under the themes of Rural Tourism, Enterprise Development (incl.

In defence John Small has been excellent at centre back, while Jonny Cooper in defence and Tomas Brady in midfield have been also going well. Dublin have match winners all around the field; Bernard Brogan, Paul Flynn, Diarmuid Connolly and Kevin McMenamon to name a few. Dublin, will be almost back to full strength for the game and the return of Alan Brogan to the squad is another major boost.

Our thanks is extended to Kevin Mc Nally and Monaghan County Council who done a great job in providing the extra car parking spaces and also in cutting down the trees. A full report on this will be given at the upcoming AGM. Despite the green being closed a lot of work and planning has been going on behind the scenes which will be revealed at our AGM on Monday 20th March starting at 8pm. All the clubs that played in our local league have been notified of the format of the league for 2017 which we hope will start on Friday 28th April and will run on Mondays and Fridays for the duration of the league.At a recent community meeting it was decided to upgrade our green as it is now over 10 years in use. With the better weather and longer days it is now time to be getting ready for the outdoor bowls in the Town Park.


Refreshments served afterwards. Everyone is welcome. Bring a friend. Carol singing, local children taking part and Soloist: Lizzie Allister. Christmas message by Andrew McCullough, Faith Mission. You are invited to a Community Carol Service on Sunday 3rd December 2017 at 7pm in Rockcorry Presbyterian church (kindly granted).

Oh yes indeed this is a right royal welcome, as we take to the stage to entertain you with this funfilled farcical of good ole Irish Humour, that is 'Professor Tim'!Do come along folks and enjoy the nights craic...Laugh with us.. Hullo All! See a few familiar faces, a few new faces..and no doubt a few confused faces!! Laugh at us, whichever you perfere is fine with us! It's great for Ballybay to have this drama up and running in the town, though what is a comedy night without the rousing laughter and applause of a dedicated audience. ..that would be you folks.Ok see you on 22nd, 23rd, 24th of March in the Ballybay Pearse Bros Centre at 8pm sharp! Looking forward to seeing you there!!It'll be outrageous craic hey!! It is our great pleasure to invite you to join us in welcoming a very distinguished gentleman to the town of Ballybay!