Stoneyford, Ennisnag, Newmarket, Hugginstown

29 Bealtaine 2021

Hugginstown, County Killkenny, the date as 1925, and the subject of the banner as the 1831 Carrickshock incident. Carol Maddock capped this off with seeming confirmation that the group pictured represent the committee involved with the 1925 construction of a memorial marker to the events of 1831. While 14 are pictured here, the committee included at least 12:

– James Walsh (chairman from Templeorum)

– Michael Duggan (of Ballinteskin)

– John Walsh (of Kilkeasy)

– Patrick Walsh (of Carrickshock)

– Edward Walsh (of Munster Express/Waterford Mayor)

– Thomas O’Dwyer (of Croan)

– John Lee (of Newmarket)

– Thomas Holden (of Newmarket)

– Thomas O’Donovan (of Condonstown)

– Edmond V. Drea (of Waterford)

– Michael O’Farrell (trustee of Ballyknock)

– and P. Molloy (sculptor and contractor for the monument)

Newmarket/Hugginstown  News


Aghaviller Parish and Carrickshock G. A. A.

Draw: Monday 24th. May 2021        Numbers: 03; 08; 06;              Bonus No: 28.

  • One Match 3 Winner:          
  • No Match 4 Winner:             
  • No Jackpot Winner:

€1,000.00 Winner:              

 “L. P. J.”  c/o James Irish         

€50.00 Seller of Ticket:     James Irish.

€100.00 Winner:                   

Jimmy O’Meara.

3 x €15.00 (Sellers):              

James Irish;      

Alice Murphy;              

Teresa Fitzgerald..        

Next week:    

Match 3:  €1,000.00;    Match 4:  €2,000.00;           Jackpot:  €20,000.00;  

An extra €100.00 prize will be drawn each week until such time as the Jackpot is won.        

Next Draw on Monday 31st. May.

Please submit returns by 8.30p.m. Draw at 9.00p.m. Your support is appreciated.


Carrickshock G.A.A.

Áth Stúin

Stoneyford Text Alert:

Subscriptions for 2020/2021 were due in July but unfortunately only about 20% of people paid which means the text alert service will not be able to continue next year.  At only €10.00 this is a valuable and proven service.

You can still pay your subscription by placing €10.00 and your mobile number in an envelope and drop to Willie’s Shop or Malzard’s Bar. Go to Stoneyford Text Alert on Facebook for further information!

Stoneyford Tidy Towns

Volunteers are busy getting ready for flower planting season and all the other jobs that need to be done over the summer months. The Tidy Towns Group are responsible for the upkeep of the village; cutting grass, keeping the weeds at bay, litter control etc. All this however comes at a cost.

If you would like to help you can place your donation in an envelope in Willie’s Shop. Willie himself will provide you with the envelope! If you would like to become involved with the group just put a note in the envelope and a member of the committee will contact you.

Fit Club

Dancing Classes: 

Will resume when possible.


Will resume when possible.

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