14 September 2016
Scoil Naomh CualánLiam Mc Carthy Cup visits Scoil Naomh Cualán Scoil Naomh Cualán was the place to be on Friday last, September 9th, when Brendan Maher, our 2016 All-Ireland Winning Captain and his teammates proudly brought the Liam McCarthy Cup to our school. It proved a very special day as Borrisoleigh’s former All-Ireland winning captains and All-Stars also visited and brought history and heritage to life for pupils, staff and management alike. Pride of place and recognition of our rich hurling tradition was to the fore as Jimmy Finn (Tipperary Senior Captain, 1951), Michael Ryan (All-Ireland Club Championship Captain, 1987), Bobby Ryan (Tipperary Senior Captain, 1989) and Brendan Kenny (representing his father, Seán, R.I.P. Tipperary Senior Captain, 1950) joined Paddy Stapleton (All-Ireland winner 2010 and 2016), Jerry Kelly (All-Ireland Minor Winner 2016) and Philip Maher, (All-Ireland Winner and All-Star 2001) for this unique occasion which will linger long in the memories of young and old present. Unfortunately, Dan Mc Cormack (All-Ireland Winner 2016) was unable to be present on the day but was well represented by his youngest brother, Pádraig who was part of a very happy and appreciative audience. All-Ireland Winning Minor Captain, 1948, Paddy Kenny R.I.P. was represented by his brother, Eddie. Unavoidably absent on the day were Michael Clohessy, Team Masseur, and Conor Stakelum, Selector.
Brendan Kenny, Bobby Ryan, Brendan Maher & Jimmy Finn with replica cupsFollowing words of acknowledgement and welcome from Fr. Everard P.P, Board of Management Chairperson, Jody Spooner and Kay Ryan, School Principal, the school hall rang out to the strains of Slievenamon and happy cheering children. We hope that the inspirational words and presence of our visiting guests will further inspire our future hurlers and camógie players to achieve the highest honours in sport and in life. On a day when past met present and future it was, indeed, a privilege and a joy for all present to join in the singing of our club anthem, Lovely Fair Ileigh, as we remembered all who represented our parish over the years, living and deceased and looked forward to a bright future for Borrisoleigh and Tipperary. Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí! Scoil Naomh Cualán would like to thank all our guests and everybody who helped to make the day so special. A huge 'thank you' to Michael Ryan whose photographs captured the atmosphere of the occasion so well. Go raibh míle maith agaibh go leir. Further photos from the visit are available here and here.
Borris-Ileigh GAA NotesSenior: With the dust settled on the All Ireland victory, our attention now returns to the senior county championship. We have been drawn against Burgess in our last 16 game. This is a straight knock out game which will be very tight so every bit of support will be appreciated. The game takes place on Sunday 25th September in Dolla and throws in at 3.30pm. We hope to see you there.
Sr. Ainé Historical Society
Borrisoleigh Charity Cycle
Bothy Knitting GroupKnitting group every wednesday morning in The Bothy from 10.30-12.00. Catering for beginners, improvers & experienced. Contact Joan on 0504-50932 or 087-9413407 for more details.
Borris-Ileigh Camogie Club NotesSeniors had a great win over Annacarty on Friday last in Borris. Although, down by three points at half time, Borris fought back in the second half, and went on to win 3-09 to 1-08. Scores from: Nicole Walsh 0-06, Aédin Hogan 0-01, Mary Bradshaw 1-00, Aoife DeLargy 0-01, Deirdre Corcoran 1-00 & Chrissy Kenny 1-01. Quarter final takes place this Saturday Sept 17th v Cahir at 4 p.m v neutral venue TBC. JUNIOR B’s Unfortunately, Juniors were beaten by Burgess last Saturday, but will qualify for a Quarter final. Quarter final takes place Saturday September 17th at 12 noon v Silvermines, neutral venue TBC. U12’s had a fantastic victory over Cashel last Saturday in the U12B County Final. This was a very tough game, and with a draw game at full time, a spirited Borris team put on a fantastic display of hurling to win this final 1-04 to 0-05. This team have already won a U12 County cup earlier this year and to also win a League title in a higher grade is a fantastic achievement. Scorers: Hope Bergin 0-02, Katie Fitzgerald 0-02 & Aoife Fitzgerald 1-00. Well done girls we are all very proud of you.
U12B County ChampionsThis years U10 Tomás Max Memorial Tournament takes place on Sat September 17th at 10am. Four teams will participate and fight for the title. This is annual event in our camogie calendar and a great morning’s entertainment is guaranteed. The following are the remaining scheduled County blitz days: U10’s September 24th at the Camogie Grounds, The Ragg. U8’s Saturday September 17th TBC “Like” Borris-Ileigh Camogie page on Facebook for further updates.
Handball All-IrelandWell done to Martin Ryan, Borrisoleigh in reaching his first Emerald Masters B Singles All Ireland Final beating Tom Byrne of Wexford in the semi-final in Thurles last Sunday. Martin will play Mayo in the final in a couple of weeks. Best of luck to Martin.
Line Dancing Classes
Parent Toddler and Baby Group
Pic of the Past ………..down memory lane
U/16 B County Final 1991
Back: John Cummins, Sean Prior, Thomas Ryan, Seamus Maher, Denis Kelly, Conor Ryan, Trevor Groome and Philip Rabbitte
Front: Conrad Kennedy, Michael Ryan, Mark Stapleton, Liam Small, Jimmy Ryan, Robbie Stakelum and Sean Maher
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