22 January 2020
All-Ireland Club Hurling Final
The Borrisoleigh Website Committee would like to pay tribute on behalf of the whole community to the players and backroom team of the Borris-Ileigh senior hurling team for all their efforts over the last year culminating in reaching the All-Ireland Club Final last Sunday in Croke Park. While in the end the Tommy Moore Cup didn’t return to Borrisoleigh, the team has given its supporters lots of great experiences that will live long in the memory and attracted huge support from all over Tipperary and beyond. It was great to see such huge support in Croke Park with people travelling from all corners of the country and indeed from abroad to be there. Thanks to all involved for their commitment. Borris Abú!
We have a selection of photos from Liam Ryan in a gallery.
Anniversary Masses next weekend: We pray for all whose anniversaries occur and for whom the following Masses will be offered.
- Saturday January 25th@ 7pm Mass: Con Kinnane, Kilfithmone
- Sunday January 26th @ 11am Mass: Ned Ryan, Rathcarden
- Hard Luck: To our Senior Hurlers in the All Ireland Club Finals last Sunday. They played valiantly and they gave of their best. To get to an All-Ireland Final was a fantastic achievement.
- Thought for the Week: . “I do not at all understand the mystery of grace – only that it meets us where we are but does not leave us where it found us.” – Anne Lamott
Chiropody Service will continue in the Community Centre on Monday 27th of January 2020. Please note change of day. Please ring Deirdre at 089 4478511 for Bookings.
Split The Pot
Pink Night is Back!
The Annual Pink Night will take place on Saturday 15th February 2020 at Kennedys Lounge, Rearcross – Music with the very entertaining “DJ Wilm” – All funds raised for Mid West Cancer Unit in University Hospital Limerick. A raffle will take place with lots of prizes including a Ladies County Jersey. A great night’s entertainment for a good cause. Support greatly appreciated. Everybody welcome!
Borrisoleigh Historical Society
On Friday 31 January, – the Community Centre at 8.00 pm, – Lorrha historian, David Broderick will present a lecture on the Irish Workhouse of the 19th Century.
David has conduct wide research on the subject and has written a book on the subject relative to Portumna Workhouse and its notorious master, Henry Ogle. David’s presentation deals with the workhouse system in general, its role in famine Ireland and later, with special emphasis on the Thurles and Nenagh institutions. This should be a very interesting talk on what was a dark period of our national history.
Admission; 5.00 euro. All welcome
Borrisoleigh Festival AGM will take place on Friday February 7th @ 7.30pm in Shanahans coffee dock. New members are always welcome.
Childrens Yoga Meditation and Mindfulness
Change of day and times of classes. Classes now will be on Tuesday evenings beginning 28th of January.
Pic of the Past……..
Funeral cortege of Russell, Bourke and Shea in Roscrea, 1923
Truck driven by Joe Stapleton, Main St. In Passenger seat: Big Jim Stapleton, Finnahy
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Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Marie McGrath, Derry O’Donnell and Fiona Max
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