St Mary’s marks 200 years of founding father’s death

CELEBRATIONS to mark 200 years of St Mary’s Church in Maguiresbridge, and to mark the death of the man who founded it, continued this week. Bishop of Clogher, Larry Duffy, was the principal celebrant of a special Mass at St Mary’s on Sunday, marking the two century milestone. It also commemorated Fr Andrew Magonnel who was parish […]

‘Unsung Hero’- John does his bit for Maguiresbridge

Since his first involvement in the club as an aspiring young footballer in 1964, John Rice has been a long-standing stalwart of the Maguiresbridge St. Marys club and still to the present day remains a very active member within the club committee.   During his playing career, John experienced much success at the club, playing […]

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Sheamus Greene

Push for speed limits to be slashed to 20mph

THE speed of vehicles travelling past rural schools has been a heavily debated issue locally for some time. In areas with limited or no traffic calming measures the speed of vehicles whizzing past playgrounds where pupils are out and about has caused concern. This has previously been brought to the fore at a number of […]