Sunday, September 19, 2010

KILSHEELAN GALLOP

due to the shortening evenings our opening hours have been revised


Monday and Wednesday evening sessions will now take place from 5pm - 6.30pm



Morning sessions (Mon/Wed/Sat) remain 8.30am - 10.30am

Entries at LISCANNOR

Liscannor Coursing Club report that they have a small number of vacancies in their Derby Trial Stake and All Age Cup (Dog)




Contact club secretary Austin Clair 086 3530035



Entries will be taken up to 6pm this Monday, 20th Sept and the draw will take place later that night.

Liscannor will open the new season on Sunday 26th and Monday 27th September

NATIONAL PLOUGHING CHAMPIONSHIPS

The ICC will have a stand again this year at the Ploughing Match in  Cardenton just outside  ATHY. 

It all kicks off next week ...Tuesday to Thursday .....9.00 onwards..........so pop in to see the stand if your there.....stand number 299 row M
AI big thanks to the Coursing Development Group Committee,  headed by Father Dan Dunne for organising this

WORKING MEMBERS

Spare a thought for all those working members........We have them all to thank for our sport.Without the hundreds of members giving up their time for the love of coursing there would be no sport.

 Us ladies all know its far easier to get a Hare Enclosure put up than a book shelve!

here's some workers putting the hours in....I must say that stretch at Glin is looking in great order!






Pictures courtesy of the O'Brien


More Pictures from Tradaree CC








These were taken last spring so things will be well settled by now



More pictures from  Oat Harvesting


Those oats were cut in Ballyduff, on the farm of Mike Joe Quinlin, (who formerally shot trap for Ireland), Ballyduff CC sheaf Oats are famous throughout the Coursing world......it is often possible to buy some good Oats after Ballyduffs meeting