Aaron was presented with a medal at half time of the Tipperary v Kilkenny match on Saturday 12 February last after successfully being picked to compete in a County U Can Skills challenge. This took place during the October 2010 mid-term break.
Look Bobby this is how it is done
Bobby relaxes with Brendan Maher after his strenuous lesson on hurling skills. Bobby is grandson of Mick & Frances Kennedy, Cullohill.
Daffodil Day 2011
St. Patrick’s Day
Daragh at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Templemore
Borrisoleigh Community Centre
Comhaltas Night in Stapletons
Ciara, Martina, Liam and Leah with Toni (Liam’s little cousin) entertaining the crowd on St. Patrick’s Night in Stapletons
Harry Joes Golf Society in Portugal
Members of Harry Joes Golf Society pictured here on a recent golfing trip to the Algarve
News from St. Theresa’s N.S.
World Book Day
Resting after the climb!
Our U16s completed their sponsored climbs of Keeper Hill and Galtymore last weekend and in the processed fundraised to buy a much needed set of jerseys for the panel. Thanks to all who provided transport and supervision during both climbs ensuring all returned safely. Our churchgate collection took place in the beginning of March and our annual table quiz will again take place on Good Friday 22nd April in the Marian Hall. Your generosity in supporting these fundraisers is greatly appreciated by the Juvenile Club, particularly in the current climate, and it would be very difficult to run the juvenile club without such support from the local community.
Reaching the summit!!
As part of the Respect games organised by the Tipperary Bord na nOg at the interval in the National Hurling League matches against Kilkenny and Waterford in Semple Stadium, the Juvenile GAA Club were asked to provide players from the U12 panel to participate. Alvis Danko and Dirk Leimlehner played at halftime in the Kilkenny match and Aedin Hogan and Tara Mockler played at halftime in the Waterford match. Well done to all the young players who enjoyed the occasion and the opportunity to participate and play in the Stadium.
Well done to James McCormack and Micheal Carey who represented the Juvenile Club on the U14 North Football panel that played in the inter-divisional tournament held in Ballylooby last weekend. While the North were defeated in both games both players acquitted themselves very well.
Most players have now forwarded their 2011 membership subscriptions and forms. However, there are still some forms and money outstanding. Please ensure that you return your form and membership as soon as possible as the text numbers have to be updated for this year.
Borris-Ileigh GAA News
The Under 21’s had a good win over Templederry on St. Patricks Day. There was a good display of hurling by all concerned. Date and time to be fixed for next round.
Annacarthy defeated Borris -Ileigh by four points last Saturday. It was a very poor display and a lot of players will have to step up to the mark especially coming up to c/ship when hurling gets much faster. Next match is against Upperchurch provisionally fixed for Tue. 29th of March at home under lights.
Junior A Hurling:
First league match is fixed for Sunday 27th March 2011
Minor B Football:
We will play Newport on the Wed. 30th March at 6pm in Borrisoleigh.
Fantasy Cheltenham fundraiser:
We would also like to thank Erin’s Own GAA Club in Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny who were the main organisers and made it very simple and transparent for everyone who played.
Unfortunately we did not have an overall winner over the course of the few days but we did have Sarah Maher of Cullohill coming in with a Daily prize.
The winners of the Borris-Ileigh Leader board were – 1st Place – Tom Hurley, 2nd Place – Timmy Delaney and in 3rd Place – Sarah Maher.
All results are available on www.fantasycheltenham.ie
Thanks again for your support and well done to our prize winners.
Inch Drama Group Inch Drama Group, The Ragg will stage an extra night of ‘The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley’ – a three act comedy by Jimmy Keary at 8.15pm sharp on Saturday 26th March.
A great natural anti-depressant guaranteed to banish the blues away, so welcome in the present times!
Come early as for past 3 nights, seats were full at 7.45pm
Everybody enjoyed themselves so far so we hope to have another great night this weekend.
Scór na bPáistí
The instrumental group who performed so well in the North Final last Friday
Congratulations Orla and best of luck in the County Final
Clodagh Macra News
We also wish our ballad group competing in the Dublin City Talent Competition the very best of luck in the semi finals being held in Boru Bru, Cashel on Sunday 3rd April. This promises to be a great nights entertainment.
On Friday April 1st we will be holding a fundraiser tablequiz at 9pm sharp in the Clodagh Bar, Borrisoleigh with live music afterwards. All are welcome and all support would be very much appreciated on the night.
Well done also to club chairman, Eamon Ryan who raised money for Shave or Dye last weekend and is now sporting purple hair.
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