Borrisoleigh Communion class with their teachers & Fr Everard on Sunday 25th
The results on the night were as follows:
Underage Girls: Grace Stapleton, Aoife Ryan, Tara Fitzgerald and Ava Marie Rabbitte.
U 8 Girls 60m: (1) Gabrielle Hodgins (2) Aodhamair O Hagan (3)Therese Groome
U 8 Girls 80m: (1) Aodhamair O Hagan (2) Therese Groome (3) Anna Fitzgerald
U 8 Boys 60m: (1)Eamon Groome (2) Lar Stapleton (3) Donnacha Ryan
U 8 Boys 80m: (1) Eamon Groome (2) Donnacha Ryan (3) Lar Stapleton
U 10 Girls 100m: (1) Aoife Fitzgerald (2) Emma Maher (3) Lisa Carr
U 10 Girls 200m: (1) Aoife Fitzgerald (2) Emma Maher (3) Lisa Carr
U10 Boys 100m: (1) Paddy McCormack (2) Eoghan O Hagan (3) Cathal Rabbitte
U10 Boys 200m: (1) Paddy McCormack (2) Shane Maher (3) Dillon Ryan
U 12 Girls 100m: (1) Danielle Ryan (2) Katie Fitzgerald (3) Valerie Treacy
U 12 Girls 600m: (1) Danielle Ryan (2) Katie Fitzgerald (3) Valerie Treacy
U 12 Boys 100m: (1) Daniel Ryan (2) Colm Boyle (3) Jack Fitzgerald
U 12 Boys 600m: (1) Daniel Ryan (2) Colm Boyle (3) Jack Fitzgerald
U 14 Boys 100m: (1) James Ryan (2) Daniel Fahey
U 16 Boys 1500m: John Ryan
U 16 Girls 7k: Clodagh Ryan
Thanks to everyone who took part and to all those who helped out on the evening. The children had a great evening. Best of luck to all those who go through to the County Finals, which will be held in the Templemore track on 22 June.
More photos from the event are available in a Gallery
North U13 Primary Schools Champions
This win meant that our boys have done the double this year having won the Football championship before Christmas! The mentors, teachers and parents of the boys are very proud of them and wish them the very best of luck in the County Final which will be on the 17th or 18th June where they join their younger school mates the U-11’s. Comhghairdeas!!
We are the Champions!
Congratulations to Kevin Maher, a sixth class pupil of St. Patrick’s BNS who is playing for Tipperary against Limerick in Semple Stadium this Sunday. It’s great to have another Borrisoleigh man representing his county this weekend and we wish him and the senior boys the very best of luck.
The committee of St. Cualans Social Club are holding a tea/coffee morning in the Community Centre Borrisoleigh on Thurs June 5th after 10am Mass. So if you would like a cuppa and a chat you would be most welcome.
Tommy Gleeson, Knockinure celebrating his 90th birthday with family & friends
Intercounty: Best of luck to Paddy Stapleton, Conor Kenny and captain Brendan Maher and all the Tipperary lads who take on Limerick in the Munster Semi Final on Sunday. The game will take place at 4pm in Thurles.
For all other club news, fixtures, photos and reports check out www.borris-ileighgaa.com
After our recent AGM the new elected Scór Committee is as follows:
Chairperson: Phil Maher
Admin Secretary: Theresa Doolan
Organising Secretary: Eileen Slattery
Treasurer: Fiona Ryan
Public Relations Officer: Kellie Kelly
We look forward to starting off the 2014/2015 season in September.
Training times for next week will be text to parents. For health and safety reasons, parents are asked to stay to supervise children at this age level. Help is always needed. If any parent would like to be involved with the coaching of these teams, please let any committee member know.
U8 Blitz in Toomevara on this Saturday. Best of luck girls.
U10 girls had a great win over Drom last week in a challenge game. The girls played some great camogie and hope to continue with the winning streak.
U13’s competitions continue and unfortunately the girls were beaten by Moycarkey in the second round of this competition.
However, on Tuesday last, Borris-Ileigh was victorious over Templemore in this competition. Winning with a score line of 3-1 to 1-6. Both teams were neck and neck throughout, but a fantastic goal from Aoife Ryan in the last minutes of the game, made this u13 team winners by one point. Scores from Gretta Atik (1 g), Ciara Doolan (1 g) and Aoife Ryan (1 g, 1 p.)
Semi-Finals date and venue has yet to be announced. Details will follow shortly.
The Linda O’Connor Tournament is set for this Saturday 31/05/14 at 10.30 in the park. Visiting teams to be announced. This is always a great display of camogie, and all support would be most welcome.
REMEMBER: If you intend to train or play with Borris-Ileigh Camogie Club this season, you must be registered. It is essential to contact Paula Ryan (087 9035949) Club Registrar or your team manager.
Camogie club merchandise now available Hoodies, tracksuits, t-shirts, jerseys and raincoats available. Please contact Caroline at 0861522716.
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Ray accepting the Peadar Cummins Cup
Our U10 ½ Community Games hurlers play Toomevara in the area final on this Tuesday evening best of luck to all concerned.
Last Saturday we hosted the annual Peadar Cummins Tournament. On a wet morning North Tipp faced Mid Tipp in the first semi final. A determined North Tipp team put the pressure on from an early stage. With Alvis Danko and Brian McLoughney linking up well in the inside forward line the North opened up a good lead by half time. In the second half North Tipp with Oran Bergin leading from centre back defended well and kept the mid tipp scores to a minimum. A well taken goal by Alvis and a point from Captain Raymond McCormack in the final quarter sealed the win for the North on a scoreline 3-10 to 8 pts. The second semi final was played in the Ragg where the South defeated the west by three points.
Due to the weather conditions the shield final was switched to Durlas Óg pitch in Thurles where the West defeated the Mid by 3 points.. Thanks to Durlas Óg who accommodated us at short notice. The tournament final v South Tipp was played back in Borrisoleigh and again the North raced into an early lead with a brace of goals by Brian McLoughney, further points including 2 from Ray McCormack meant that the North had an 2 -10 to 1pt lead at the interval. North Tipp used their panel of players during the second period with Aaron Rabbitte playing his part also in the final quarter.
PJ Ryan on behalf of Borris-Ileigh Juvenile Club thanked the players from the four divisions, their mentors the Divisional Boards and the Co Boards for making the tournament a success. Joe Kennedy proceeded to present the cup to local man and Captain Ray McCormack. This was a huge honour for Raymond and the Club on the 30th anniversary of the tournament. Well done to Ray, Oran, Alvis and Aaron who all contributed handsomely to the North Tipp victory and represented our Club well on the day. Thanks to the Committee members also who supplied , prepared and served the refreshments on the day.
Our U14’s also played Lismore at the weekend in a challenge game. Thanks to those who supplied and served refreshments for the travelling party also. This week sees the commencement of the U14 hurling championship where we are away to Moneygall/Templederry in Templederry tonight Wednesday and the U12’s are home to Silvermines on Friday evening.
Best Wishes to Kevin Maher who represents St Patricks Boys N.S in the Primary game in Thurles next weekend. Best wishes also to Brendan, Paddy and Conor in the Senior game against Limerick.
The Borris boys with the Cup
The winning North Tipperary Team
The very best of luck to the members of the Borrisoleigh Cycling Team who are taking part in the Mizen Head to Malin Head charity cycle this weekend. This is a distance of approx 650km. Safe journey!
The hardworking crew!
Many hands make light work!
Emmanuel Maher on duty in Centra
Ice-Skating on Cooke’s Pond
Kathleen Harty, Marie Kinane, Catherine Chadwick (in front), Nora Chadwick, Colette O’Dwyer,
Bernie O’Dwyer, Mary O’Dwyer, Helen Chadwick, Marion Harty and Mary Chadwick
Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Margaret Cowan, Marie McGrath, Aileen Óg Groome and Derry O’Donnell
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