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Is mise le meas,
Mar Chathaoirleach de Choiste Phobal Bhaile an Tabhaitéisigh cuirim fíor fáilte romhat chuig ár láithreán gréasáin.
Tá súil agam go mbainfidh tú taitneamh as féachaint tríd ár n-ionad, áit ina bhfaighidh tú an-chuid ceangail úsáideach, idir inmhéanach agus eachtrach. Beidh athrú á dhéanamh ar an láithreán gréasáin go rialta mar sin bí cinnte go ndeanfaidh tú cuairt air go minic.
Más duine áitúil thú atá as baile anois, nó más mian leat teagmháil a dhéanamh linn, seal ríomh phost chugainn le do thoil.
Is mise le meas,
Je suis la présidente du conseil de la communauté de Ballintotis et je souhaite la bienvenue à vous pendant que vous visitez notre site web.
J'espère que vous prenez plaisir à surfer le site où vous pourrez trouver la chronique locale et plusieurs liens utiles. Le site est mise à jour régulièrement, donc, revenez souvent.
Sie haben die Webseite vom Ballintotis Gemeinderat gefunden!.
Als Gemeinderatvorsitzender, möchte ich Sie bei unserer Webseite herzlich willkommen heißen.
Hier finden Sie Ortsnachrichten und nützliche Links, sowohl interne als auch externe.
Die Webseite wird regelmässig auf den neusten Stand gebracht, also schauen Sie oft rein!
Mit freundlichen Grüssen,
Ihre Paul Kelly
Como Presidente de Ballintotis Community Council, me gustaría dar una calurosa bienvenida a todos aquellos que visitan nuestra página web.
Espero que os guste nuestra página, donde encontrareís noticias localés y muchos vínculos útiles, tanto internos, como externos. La Página es puesta al día a menudo, a si que volver pronto.
The Ballintotis National School Christmas Concertt will take place on this Thursday evening December 17th at St Colman's Church beginning at 7pm. As usual al pupils from the school will be involved.
Balintotis Lap of The Lake Walk
The traditional Ballintotis "Lap Of The Lake" will take place on Sunday December 27th, commencing at 2.30pm. It's an opportunity to mix and mingle with friends and neighbours and maybe renew old acquaintances at Christmas time. Please assemble at the Church Car Park in advance of the 2.30pm start. All are invited to return to the Community Centre afterwards for light refreshments.
Fit4Life Relay Run
Earlier on the same day the Community Centre should be buzzing from mid morning as teams assemble for the Ballintotis Fit4Life Christmas Relay Run. This event has proved hugely popular over the past few seasons with teams of four, each member of which runs the route around the Lake. Club members should ensure to enter in advance by contacting any member of the organising committee. Remember the Fit4Life Club meet each Thursday evening at 7.15pm in Castlemartyr for their weekly training run. This week club members will assemble afterwards at Shortts bar for some seasonal "light refreshments".
Non-members of the club are able to take part in the relay run also. Great cause so the more money we can raise for Culann the better. See link for more information http://culannwantstowalk.com/
The Tuesday Club is currently on a mid winter break and wil return in late Januray. Please keep an eye to this column for further information.
The Christmas ceremonies at St Colman's Church in Ballintotis will take place at their customary times again this year. Mass on Christmas Eve will begin at 8pm with Mass on Christmas Day will be at 10am. Confessions will be heard on Christmas Eve from 3pm to 4pm and again from 7.30pm to 8pmk prior to Mass.
Ballintotis Fit 4 Life Relay Run
A Relay Run is planned to take place on Sunday 27th December at 11:30am in Ballintotis.
Mons. Ned Goold - Golden Jubilee
Marjorie Barry - Transfer
A social evening was held at Ballintotis Community Hall on Sunday 08/11/15
to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of Mons. Ned Goold and also to mark the
transfer from Ballintotis National School of former principal, Marjorie Barry.
Camera Operators: Ursula Barry, Gerard Cott jnr, Kevin Knowles, Noreen Knowles, Olan O'Brien and Martin Preston.
Editor: Olan O'Brien
EAST CORK & DISTRICT SPORTS AWARDS
John receiving the award from Patrick Shields, Manager, Midleton Park Hotel. Also pictured are Deputy Lord Mayor, Cllr Fergal Dennehy, along with Siobhan, Eoin and Darragh Cashman (courtesy Evening Echo)
This year’s Ballintotis ‘4’ Mile Road Race was launched in style in the plush surrounds of Castlemartyr Resort. Guests were treated to healthy fruit skewers, granola bars and homemade smoothies prepared by head chef Kevin Burke.
Christine Hendricks, Castlemartyr Resort Leisure Manager, presenting the prizes of a year’s membership
for the male and female winners to organisers John Cashman and Sean Murphy.
Miah McGrath of McCarthy & McGrath Auctioneers presenting sponsorship to John Cashman for the souvenir race buffs which each finisher in this year's race will receive.
Also pictured are Shane Ruddle, Sean Murphy, Michelle and Joy McGrath, Sylvie O’Mahony
Dan McCarthy, East Cork Athletics Board; Brenda Murphy, Director of Sales & Marketing, Castlemartyr Resort; James McCarthy, five-time winner of the race; Tommy Hartnet, Captain of Castlemartyr Golf Resort and Liam O’Brien, secretary, East Cork AC.
Mairead Lernihan of Axa Insurance presenting sponsorship to John Cashman and Sean Murphy
Tom O’Neill, Spike Island Heritage Centre,
presenting sponsorship to Jean O’Gorman and Sean Murphy
Sean Leahy, on behalf of Ballintotis Fit4Life,
presenting sponsorship to Jean O’Gorman
Pat and Noreen (and Jamie!) of Eurocom Technology
Graham O’Sullivan of Kukri Sports presenting sponsorship to Sean Murphy
Martin Enright hit the headlines on the world stage, when winning the
Mr Universe Body Building Final in the United States.
The Ballinascartha man had put in some tremendous training for the event and got his just rewards when capturing the gold medal in the process defeating the competition favourite, who had 6 major ttiles to his credit.
A night of celebration took place at O’Neill’s Bar in Midleton to welcome Martin home .
Congrats Martin from all in Ballintotis!
Above left: Martin's mother Liz and sister Denise celebrate with the new Champion of the World.
Ballintotis Hall is for Hire
History is made in Wimbledon and Andy Murray wins as well
CJ makes her winning leap
A Ballintotis family made history in Wimbledon last week when they became the first from the area to attend at the Wimbledon Mens' Singles Final as guests of the All England Club. The family dog, CJ, was instrumental in the story as it was her leap that made it all happen.
Enjoying the 2013 Championship on TV, Lisa Cooney decided to enter the on-line photographic competition, Wimbledon's 'Shot of the Day'.
As the theme for the day was 'Rackets', Lisa made a fence out of four tennis rackets and thought she might capture the family dog, CJ, jumping it. CJ duly obliged and Lisa expertly captured the shot on her phone just at the right moment. The photo was submitted and, not alone won the competition that day, but was adjudged the overall winner in the 'Shot of the Tournament' competition as well! And the prize - an all expenses paid trip for two to the Mens' Singles Final - wow!
Ok, so Lisa was definitely on the plane but who was going to take the second seat? Some felt that CJ deserved it but she felt herself that it might be a bit warm in Centre Court for her so she decided to stay at home and watch it on the telly with her paws up. Seeing as the rackets in the shot were Lisa's brother James's, the entitlement was his and off both went and had a fantastic time at Wimbledon. And what a year to be there with Andy Murray winning the final, beating Novak Djokovic in straight sets, to become the first British winner of the title in 77years.