Brosna GAA Club News Round-Up

John Cronin pictured in Kate Pats’ Bar with the Con Carey Memorial Cup which was donated to Brosna GAA Club by Brosna Town composer, Danny Hannon. ©Photograph: John Reidy

Hannon Folk Festival Time in Brosna

I am delighted to outline some of the wonderful events taking place 20-22 September.

By Mairéad Moriarty, PRO

Brosna GAA Club House will host the launch the festival with Culture Night from 6pm to 7pm.  The Con Carey Cup will be contested by the old rivals Brosna and Rockchapel from 7pm onwards.  Music in The Sportsfield at 9pm with the Brosna Bucks.

Saturday 21st starts with a 4k Fun Run or walk for all the family. Registration at 9am at the GAA club house.  2.30pm at Three Counties with Tom Roche for his historical talk.  8.15pm Brosna Hall for the Rambling House

9pm Kate Pat’s has music with Kevin McCarthy.

Sunday 7.30pm Music at Kate Pat’s with Billy O’Brien.  8.15pm Singing Session with Frances Kennedy at Three Counties.

More event to follow.  Check in with the Hannon Folk Festival Facebook page for all updates.

It’s a wonderful time to have a parish festival that involves all the elements that makes Brosna great like: sport, music, history and community.

Come along and join in the fun. It’s a great opportunity for everyone to catch up after the summer.

Practice Makes Perfect

After a number of years reaching the finish line in second position, our very own Sean Murphy of Knockawinna has romped home in first place at the Dingle Marathon this past weekend.

A great honour for Sean and Brosna and testament to the old adage if at first you don’t succeed.  Congratulations.

Rugby Success for Aisling

Aisling Brosnan of Carrigeen took to the rugby pitch for Connaught Rugby in recent weeks.

A brilliant achievement for Aisling, whose home club is Carlow RFC. We will follow your success with Connaught with great interest.

Green and Gold Forever

Best wishes to Tim Murphy and the Kerry Camp heading back to Dublin this weekend.

You take with you all the optimism and belief of your county. Safe travels to all the supporters heading for the M7 this weekend.

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