POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Mon 20 Mar 2017 11:00 AM

19th March 2017, George Morris passed away peacefully at Slieve Dhu Nursing Home, Newcastle. George, late of 8 Alan Close, dearly beloved husband of Marie (McGurran) and beloved brother of Mary, Ann, Colette and the late Theresa and Carmel. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing family and entire family circle. 

On his soul sweet Jesus have mercy. 

His remains will leave his late residence on Wednesday March 22, 2017 at 11.30am for 12noon Requiem Mass in the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, Newcastle. Burial afterwards in St Patrick's Cemetery, Bryansford. 

Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu if desired to Parkinson's Society, c/o M.J. Sawey & Sons, 9 Bryansford Avenue, Newcastle BT33 0AX.

POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Mon 20 Mar 2017 10:56 AM

17th March, 2017, Sr Elzear Mullins passed away. Sr Elzear, daughter of the late Patrick and Bridget and sister of the late Fidelma, Paddy and Gertrude. Deeply regretted by her beloved brother Cyril, sisters Thecla and Mary, relatives and friends. 

 
Rest in peace. 
 
She will be sadly missed by the sisters of St. Clare’s. 
 
Funeral arriving at St. Joseph’s Church, Limerick this (Monday) evening at 6 o'c. (approx.). Requiem Mass tomorrow (Tuesday) at 11.30 o'c. Burial afterwards in Old Mungret Cemetery. Further details contact Griffin Funerals, 061 415 000.
 
Saints Francis and Clare pray for her.
POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Mon 20 Mar 2017 10:51 AM
18th March 2017, Bridget (Brea) McGennity late of Second Avenue, Derrybeg Park, passed away. Brea, beloved wife of the late Dessie R.I.P. and devoted mother of Pat and Raymond. 
 
Her remains will leave her son Pat’s residence 10, St. Colman’s Park on Tuesday at 9.50am arriving at the top of Main Avenue for 10.10am, Requiem Mass for Bridget will be celebrated at 10.30am in St. Brigids Church, The Meadow, burial afterwards in Monkshill Cemetery. 
 

Deeply regretted and sadly missed by her sons, daughters-in-law, grandchildren and entire family circle. 

POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Mon 20 Mar 2017 10:48 AM

18th March 2017, Patrick (Paddy) passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family. Paddy, beloved husband of the late Kathleen R.I.P. and devoted father of Ciaran, Brian and Ronan. 

 
His remains will leave his late residence 8, Thomas Street on Tuesday at 1.10pm for 1.30pm Requiem Mass in The Church of The Assumption, Drumalane, burial afterwards in St. Mary’s Cemetery. 
 
Deeply regretted and sadly missed by his sons, daughters-in-law, Stephanie, Patricia and Joanne his grandchildren Patrick, Shauna, Ciaran, Jamie, Aodhán and Eoghan, brothers, sisters and entire family circle.
POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Mon 20 Mar 2017 10:43 AM

17th March 2017, Edward (Ned) McCartan passed away peacefully at home.  Ned, beloved husband of Mary and loving father of Pauline Livingstone, Louis, Denise King, Sheila McKenna, James and Kieran.

His remains will leave his late residences 15 Mourne View, Hilltown on Monday at 11.30am for 12.00noon Requiem Mass in the Church of St John the Evangelist, Ballymaghery, Hilltown. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.

St Christopher pray for him

Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, sons, daughters, brother Peter, sister Rosaleen McGinn, grandchildren, great-grandchild, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, nephews, nieces and the entire family circle. 

POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Mon 20 Mar 2017 10:25 AM

Ryan McBride is understood to have been found dead at his home on Sunday evening, the cause of death is not known. Just 24 hours earlier, Ryan, the 27 year old centre back, led the Candy Stripes to their fourth win this season against Drogheda United. 

The Irish president Michael D Higgins was one of the first to pass condolences on to his family. He posted on Twitter: “Along with all those who support Irish football, I express my sadness and condolences to the family of @derrycityfc Captain Ryan McBride.” 
 
Sinn Féin Foyle MLA Raymond McCartney said "There is widespread shock across the city and beyond following the sudden death of Derry City FC captain, Ryan McBride. Ryan was an excellent player, a great leader on and off the field and an inspiration to many. 
 
“I send my condolences and those of the party to the McBride family and everyone who knew Ryan. I have no doubt the community across the city will rally round to support them at this sad and difficult time."
 
SDLP Foyle MP Mark Durkan also expressed his sadness at Ryan’s death. Mr Durkan said: “All thoughts are with Ryan McBride’s family, his Derry City teammates, club officials and all his friends who have lost someone so special.
 
“There is deep shock and sadness at the loss of a young man who brought so much happiness to others through his skills and dedication. I extend my sincere condolences to Ryan’s family, colleagues and friends – and hope they can take some comfort from the breadth and depth of sympathy which has been so widely expressed following his very sad death.”
POSTED By : DESTINATION NEWRY
Post Date : Mon 20 Mar 2017 10:06 AM

Sinn Féin Leader in the North Michelle O’Neill said today, “it’s time to deliver on the unfinished business and chart a course for the future”.

Michelle O’Neill said:
 “Over the past two weeks Sinn Féin has met daily with the other Assembly parties and the two Governments as part of the implementation talks at Stormont Castle.
 
“The recent election and strengthened mandate which Sinn Féin has been given makes clear that the people made the extra effort to come out and vote and stand up against corruption, arrogance and bigotry.
 
“This election has ended the perpetual unionist majority at Stormont, however Sinn Féin does not want minorities or majorities, we want equality and integrity in Government which must deliver for everyone and treat citizens decently, fairly and with respect.
 
“Nothing less is acceptable.
 
“The DUP has demonstrated a negative and cynical approach towards the Good Friday Agreement and the power-sharing institutions, including the All-Ireland bodies, which must operate on the basis of equal partnership.
 
“Responsibility within the Agreement for delivering on equality and rights protections lies ultimately with the British Government. They must now step up and deliver on their commitments otherwise political progress on restoring the institutions is in serious doubt.
 
“We face into a week where it is crucial we make a difference, which means full implementation of political commitments and firm actions which can restore public confidence in the Assembly, Executive and All-Ireland dimensions of the Good Friday Agreement.
 
“Sinn Féin has entered these implementation talks in good faith and will continue to honour our responsibilities and agreements. We will continue to represent all within the community based on respect and equality.
 
“There is a rightful expectation that the Irish government will assert itself as a co-equal guarantor of the Good Friday Agreement and ensure that full implementation is now delivered.
 
“I want to make clear that now is the time to deliver on the unfinished business and chart a course for the future based on equality, respect and integrity.”
POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Sun 19 Mar 2017 12:38 PM

             Newry Pool League

  League Results for Thurs 16/03 /2017

 

Week  17            

 

Prem  Div            

 Sheepbridge  v  Bears   (3-5)

Orchard Bar v 2pts Awarded

Whitecross v Hustlers  (4-4)

TJ’A  v  C/Cruppen   (7-1)

 McGuigans A  v TJ’s Tigers  (6-2)

Bye – CWC A

 

 

Division 1                            

Windmill v Trainors Camlough  (6-2)

Nans v Ballyholland (3-5)

Dans v McGuigans B (6-2)

Johnny Murphys  ( 2Pts Awarded)

Bosco v TJs B  (2-6)

Bye – Indo A

 

Division 2

TJs C v CWC B (1-7)

Trainors Newry v Armaghdown  (4-4)

Indo B v Cavern  (3-5)

Foresters v Maddens (8-0)

St Moninna v Millvale (5-3)

Boyds v Sheepbridge B  (8-0)

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Sun 19 Mar 2017 12:36 PM

                                                        NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
                                      INDIVIDUALS 2016-2017 SECOND ROUND DRAW
                                                Being Played Tuesday 4th April



  @ CWC                                                                           
  Pat McClenaghan (Nans) v Mike Nugent (Nans)
  Sean Rice (TJs Tigers) v Tristan Byrne (TJs A)
  Raymond  McKenna (TJs A) v Mannie Byrne (TJs A)
  Jimmy McVerry (Dans) v Gareth McCann (Whitecross)
  @McGuigans
  Ralph Cromie (Bears) v Niall McVerry (Hustlers)
  Bye  v  Harvey Lavelle (CWC A)
  Paddy Clarke (CWC A) v Paddy Tavey (CWC A)
  Adrian Annett (TJs Tigers) v Seamus Keenan (Bears)
  @Trainors Camlough
  Marty O’Callaghan (Whitecross) v Aaron O’Callaghan (Windmill)
  Paul O’Callaghan (CWC A) v Pat Brady (CWC A)
  Jason Lennon (TJs Tigers) v Davy Hanna (TJs Tigers)
  Declan McMahon (TJs A) v Marty McClenaghan (CWC A)
  @TJ's Table 1
  Emmet Fearon (Murphys) v John Magee (McGuigans A)
  Alan Burke (Whitecross) v Tommy Mooney (Trainors)
  Thomas Hughes (CWC A) v Tommy Lavelle (Carrickcruppen)
  Paddy O’Callaghan (Carrickcruppen) v Peter Tavey (Dans)
  @TJ's Table 2
  Noel Bradley (Trainors) v Ciaran Hanna (Carrickcruppen)
  Ciaran Morgan (Jnr) (Sheepbridge) v Micky Cunningham (Hustlers)
  Brendan Devlin (Orchard) v Terry McNally (McGuigans A)
  Killian McDonald (Millvale) v Bernie Magee (Hustlers)
  @Bellinis
  Karl McGuinness (Orchard) v Liam Bradley (Trainors)
  Seamus McVerry (Dans) v Ritchie Taylor (TJs Tigers)
  Paul Hughes (Carrickcruppen) v Lee Irvine (Orchard)
  Barry McAllister (Carrickcruppen) v Shane Phelan (CWC A)
  @Dans
  Gavin Malone (Whitecross) v Ronan O’Reilly (Nans)
  Neil Heaney (Bears) v Stephen Taggart (TJs A)
  jimmy O’Hare (Nans) v David Cromie (Orchard)
  Tommy Rooney (CWC B) v Jamie Lavelle (Carrickcruppen)
  @Armaghdown
  Noel Donaldson (Whitecross) v Leigh McAlinden (Nans)
  Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans A) v Kieran McMahon (CWC A)
  James Toner (Whitecross) v Jack Courtney (TJs A)  
  Gary Powell (Bears) v Anthony Morgan (Bears)

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