6 July 2016
Borrisoleigh Festival 17th JulyThanks to all the sponsors who supported Borrisoleigh Festival. Read the booklet online below.
A pair of red rimmed glasses were lost in the square on Friday last the 1st of July. If anyone picked them up could they please leave them in to the sacristy. Many thanks!
Borrisoleigh Track Attack Notes
Ring of Kerry Charity Cycle 2016
Borrisoleigh Historical Society'Borrisoleigh Historical Society are running a tour that will visit the Clay Pipe Centre and museum in Knockcroghery, the Arigna coal mines and Strokestown House Famine Museum and gardens. We will leave the Square at 8.00am sharp on Saturday morning, July 30th. The fare, including admissions to the museums is 40.00 euro. To reserve a seat for what should be a memorable trip, contact 087 7912476 or 086 2752634.
Borris-Ileigh Camogie ClubU16’s start the Summer League shortly, fixtures as follows: v Kildangan (away) – Sat July 9th v St Cronans (home) – July 16th v Portroe (away) – July 24th. Good luck girls. U13 ‘s had a great win against Portroe last Wednesday, winning the first round of the Summer League. Borris-Ileigh 7-04 to Portroe 0-01. Scores from Emma Doolan 5-00, Chloe Carroll 1-00, Katie Fitzgerald 1-02 & Dani Ryan 0-02. Well done girls. Remaining games as follows: All games 7.30 p.m start 07/07 Thurs vs Rockwell Rovers 11/07 Mon vs Clonoulty Further details by text U12s played Moneygall on Tuesday last at the Camogie Grounds, The Ragg. They had a fantastic win and led from the onset. Final score 4-02 to 0-01. Scores from : Dani Ryan 2-02, Katie Fitzgerald 1-00, Aoife Fitzgerald 1-00 and Niamh Ryan 1-00. This team have gone from strength to strength and we wish them the very best of luck for the future. Panel: Lisa Carr, Emma Galvin, Anna McGrath, Jane Delaney, Katie Fitzgerald, Emma Kelly, Emma Maher, Dani Ryan, Valarie Treacy, Chloe Carroll, Rhona Lyons, Ava Bevans, Aoife Fitzgerald, Niamh Ryan & Hope Bergin. U10’s continue to train hard and will compete in County blitz days as follows: July 23rd, Aug 20th and Sept 10th at the Camogie Grounds, The Ragg. Next U8’s blitzes scheduled as follows: July 16th, August 13th & September 3rd, also at the Camogie Grounds.
Borris-Ileigh GAA ClubJunior: Our Junior A team take on Nenagh at 7.30 in Templederry this Saturday evening. This will be out third game in the championship. All support will be greatly appreciated. Minor: Our minor team open their championship campaign on Wednesday 13th in Nenagh against Kildangen. The game will throw in at 7.30.
Borris-Ileigh Juvenile ClubU6: Training will be confirmed by text. U8: Training on Saturday morning @ 12:15pm. U10: Will participate in a county blitz in Borrisoleigh on Saturday 9th July @10am. Text will be sent out to confirm details. U12: The U12 second team will be Burgess in Kilcolman Park on Thursday the 7th July @ 7:30pm. Best of luck to the boys in this game. The U12 first team will play Roscrea in Roscrea on Friday the 8th July @ 6:30pm. A win in this game will see us qualify for the semi-final. Best of luck to all involved. Congratulations to the camogie U12 team on winning the county final. A fantastic effort by all. Will done to Katie, Emma and Danielle who are part of our U12 panel. We participated in the L J Drennan U12 Hurling Tournament on Saturday last which is hosted by Borris-Kilcotton Hurling Club. We qualified for the Shield Final but came up against a strong Harps team who won the final. Will done to all the boys for the great effort that they put in. U14: Are at home this Wednesday evening @ 6:30pm versus Portroe. Best of luck to all. U16: The team had a great start to their championship with a first round win on Monday night last against Kildangan. Will done to the lads for a brilliant effort that they put in. The next game is Monday 11th July in Cloughjordan against Kilruane Mc Donaghs. Time to be confirmed by text. Work will commence shortly on the community centre. We would ask parents to please inform their children not to enter the building site in the interest of safety.
Scoil Naomh Cualán
Primary Football GameCongratulations to Daniel who represented Tipperary in the Primary Football game at half time during the Munster Football Final last Sunday. Well done!
The pupils and staff of Scoil Naomh Cualán would like to thank Mrs. Mary Kiely for her time, expertise and help with knitting classes in the senior room. The skills acquired by the pupils and the fantastic knitted work they produced are a testament to her teaching and to her prowess with the knitting needles! Go raibh maith agat Mary!
Primary Hurling Game
Everyone in Scoil Naomh Cualán would like to wish Colm the very best of luck as he represents Tipperary in the Primary Hurling Game this Sunday at half time in the Munster Hurling Final. Enjoy!