Fiona Max presenting the trophy to the winners Roscrea
The winning team!
Action from the tournament
More action from the tournament
See Camoige Club news below for more details. We will have more photos from the day available in a gallery.
Pilates classes will commence in the Community Center on Tuesday 18th September at 7.30pm. Pay as you go €10 a class. Booking not essential
The camogie club had a very busy week on Thursday our Junior team played the fourth round of the championship at the Camogie Grounds, The Ragg against Fethard. Again they had another win, well done ladies and trainers. The first half was all Borrisoleigh’s with the score at half time 4-9 to 0-2. Borrisoleigh continued to be the stronger team in the second half again clocking up another 5 points. The score at full time being Borris 4-14 Fethard 0-5. The scorers for Borrisoleigh were Jane McCormack 0-3, Nicole Walsh 1-8, Deirdre Corcoran 3-1, Noirin Stapleton 0-1, Sinead Ryan 0-1. The fifth round of championship is on Saturday the 22nd September at home against Holycross at 7 p.m.
On Friday we hosted the Tomás Max tournament at 6 pm in the park. The visiting teams were Moycarkey, Silvermines and Roscrea. There were fine performances from all the teams with some great camogie skills on display on a fine dry evening. Roscrea won the tournament. The club would like to thank the following, the Tomás Max family, the referees Paul Kennedy and Aisling Kiely, all those who helped to set up the fields, all those who made food for the evening, all who helped in any way and the visiting teams it was a great evening of camogie well done to all involved. The under 10’s will have their last Blitz of the season next Saturday the 15th September in the Camogie Grounds The Ragg.
On Saturday morning our under 8’s had a Blitz in the Camogie Grounds, The Ragg again they got on exceptionally well. Photos will be available soon in a gallery. The other teams on the day were Drom & Inch, Toomevara, and Kilruane. Their next and last blitz of the season will be on Saturday the 22nd September in The Ragg. Saturday afternoon saw our under 13’s compete in the quarter final of the league against Moyle Rovers. Unfortunately on the day Moyle Rovers were the winners by 2 points. The girls played well in front of a fine crowd of supporters. A lot of the team are still young so things look promising for next year. Final score Moyle Rovers 2-2 Borrisoleigh1-3.
Juniors training Wednesday at 7 pm and Friday at 6.30 pm. The club would like to wish Jody every success in his studies across the water and thank him for his to commitment to the team to date. We would also like to welcome Brendan, Paddy and Eamon on board.
Under 12 training parents/guardians will be texted.
Under 10 training at 6.30 pm in the park on Tuesday evening.
The under 6 and 8 training continues on Tuesday evening at 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm, in the Park. Could all girls bring their helmets, hurleys and shin guards.
Camogie club merchandise now available Hoodies, tracksuits, t-shirts, jerseys and raincoats available. See Advertising Section of www.borrisoleigh.ie for pictures. If interested please contact Caroline at 086 1522716. You can also follow us on Facebook.
Senior Hurling: Next Saturday the 15th September we play Eire Og Anacarthy in Cashel at 2pm. Your support would be greatly appreciated.
Junior C Hurling: Our next game is against Shannon Rovers and will probably take place this week.
Minor Hurling: We played out a draw against Borrisokane last Saturday but unfortunately we needed to win to qualify for the semi-final. We are now gone out of this competition. Well done to all concerned.
All-Ireland 7-a- side Presentation: Last Saturday was the 40th anniversary of the Kilmacud Crokes All-Ireland Hurling Sevens. All the past captains were presented with a commemorative medal. Chairman Noel Maher was presented with his medal for 1987 by Peter Walsh chairman of Kilmacud Crokes club and Noel also collected medals for the captains in 1976,1978,1997 and 2000. There was a special introduction of all the captains in the middle of the field before the final and it was announced that Borris-Ileigh held the most wins in this competition. We thank the Kilmacud Crokes for this great honour.
Noelie Maher accepting his medal from Kilmacud Crokes
Congratulations to the Camogie team who recorded a good win last week. The club wishes them the best of luck in the next round.
Club merchandise is available in the pavilion between 11am to 1pm every Saturday or contact 087 9439531.
Set dancing Classes resume at 6.45 pm on Monday the 17th September, 2012
Begineers 6.45 pm.m to 7.15 p.m. €3.00
Next Class 7.15 p.m. to 8 p.m. €4.00
Next Class 8 p.m. to 8.45 p.m. €4.00
Secondary School & Adults 8.45 p.m. to 9.30 p.m €4.00
New dancers are always welcome.
Four Tradesmen from Lower Street
Bill Meagher – Cobbler, Michael Carroll – Tailor,
Tom Maher – Cobbler and James Coffey – Publican
Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Margaret Cowan, Michael Barry, Marie McGrath and Aileen Óg Groome
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