16 December 2015
Scoil Naomh Cualan
Kick Start your Fitness with TSP Operation Transformation Fun Family Walks
Tipperary Sports Partnership and Sport Ireland in association with the RTE programme Operation Transformation are organising 4 Family Fun Walks in the County.
All are welcome to attend these walking events on Saturday, 9th January at 10am.
|Cahir||Duneske Sports Centre||5km||9.30am|
|Clonmel||Clonmel Park Hotel||5km||9.30am|
|Tipp Town||Canon Hayes Sports Centre||5km||9.30am|
|Templemore||Templemore Athletic Club||4.1km||9.30am|
All walks will start at 10am sharp and will follow approx. 5k route. The Clonmel walk will follow a route around Marlfield and return to the Park Hotel for refreshments. The Cahir walk will follow a route from Duneske, onto the Clonmel Rd, Colaiste, Cahir Rd, The Square and returning to Duneske for refreshments. The Tipp Town walk will start from the Canon Hayes Sports Centre and follow a 5km route returning to the Canon Hayes Sports Centre for refreshments and finally the Templemore walk will follow the unmarked Sli na Slainte route in the Town Park and the marked Sli na Slainte route starting on the main street finishing back in the Town Park in Templemore AC Club house for refreshments.
These events are free and open to all walkers and joggers. The walks will be led by Irish Heart Foundation Walking Leaders & supported by a Garda Siochana, Civil Defence, Clonmel AC, Duneske Sports Centre, Canon Hayes Sports Centre and Templemore AC.
For further information please contact the Nenagh Office on 067-44886, or email@example.com.
Well done and congratulations to local girl Chloe on her recent cross country achievements. Chloes participation, determination, and in particular her love of running is something she and her family are so proud of .Chloe has represented herself, her school Scoil Naomh Cualan, Borrisoleigh, Templemore A.C, and her county.
In January 2015, Chloe was part of the Tipperary Under 10 relay team who won Silver medals in the Munsters . In October 2015 , in schools cross country Chloe brought home an individual gold medal and a bronze team medal for Scoil Naomh Cualan, Borrisoleigh. Chloe then went onto take part in the under 11’s County Cross country running her longest distance to date at 1500 metres and came in 8th winning a bronze medal. Next came the cross country under 12 relays where Chloe was on the Templemore A.C. team winning gold medals.
In November Chloe ran in the Munster Cross country, in Beaufort Co. Kerry under horrendous weather conditions ran a great race, coming 69th overall and came in 7th for Tipperary qualifying her to go onto the Nationals in Waterford, which for a beginner was great.
Munster B’s was the next day, Chloe ran a fantastic race in Cappawhite and came 3rd winning an individual bronze medal and also a bronze team medal. On December 6th, Chloe ran in the Nationals in Waterford, coming in 84th overall, and came in 3rd for Tipperary, her best race to date seeing her make a huge improvement from the start of the season. Chloes last run for this cross country season will see her represent Tipperary in the National B’s in January 2016.
Borrisoleigh Track-Attack Notes
Fitzgibbon & Delargy Win Rudolph Run
Thurles Crokes athlete John Fitzgibbon continued the excellent form he has shown throughout the season to date when he broke free of the competing field at Rudolph’s 4km Run on Friday night last to cross the finish line in a time of 13:43.
Moyne clubman Stephen Flanagan also put in a hugely impressive and steady display clocking 14:11 to claim the second spot on the night. The third spot overall stayed in Borrisoleigh with Peter Madden finishing in a time of 14:24.
Clonakenny’s Michael Murray was the leading Track-Attacker with a time of 14:48 and fourth place overall. There was many other impressive displays from our Track-Attackers with the performance of Kevin Maher well worth a mention in particular finishing in 16:45.
A superb performance from Aoife Delargy saw her claim the women’s title on home turf. Her performance was consistent right throughout the 2 lap course resulting in a finishing time of 17:09. In second place overall and also the top Track-Attacker was Máire O’Doherty in a time of 18:46 with another Track-Attacker Kathleen O’Meara in third place overall in a time of 19:03.
The Joey O’Dwyer Butchers sponsored Christmas dinner was won by Tom Ryan after his name was drawn from the list of finishing athletes.
Track-Attack would like to thank all the athletes who turned up to support the race and walk on the night. Thanks to Niall O’Sullivan of Premier Timing Systems for his help in timing the event. Thanks to all our sponsors who made the event a possibility. Thanks to Tom Mason and his team of stewards and to Teresa Murray and her team of caterers for their help and to the people who supplied the refreshments also. Thanks to Julie Ryan and Declan Doherty for their help with registration and to Sean Maher and Matthew Ryan for supplying the music at the finish line. Thanks to the Parish Centre Committee for the use of their facility.
Twins on the Twin Towers New York, USA. Eamon Ryan won a trip to New York back in 1999. Photo taken on top of the Twin Towers.
Borris-Ileigh Camogie Club Notes
Borris-Ileigh camogie club are hosting a Fashion Show on February 12th. Tickets are €10 and are available from Friday next. Contact any committee member for details. Great stocking filler for Christmas.
Borrisoleigh Scór had another fantastic day in Cashel last Sunday week when both the solo song and the Léiriú qualified for the Munster Final in the scór na nóg competiotion. Congratulations to all involved. All roads will lead to Cappoquin in County Waterford where the Muster Final will take place on January 3rd 2016.
St. Vincent de Paul Borrisoleigh would like to thank all who contributed so generously to the recent Annual Collection.
Your generosity is greatly appreciated. All funds are spent in the local community.
Should anyone require assistance please apply in writing to SVP, c/o The Community Centre, Pallas St. Borrisoleigh.
St. Cualans Christmas Party
We held our Annual Christmas Party last Sunday week. The day started with Mass followed by Christmas dinner served in the Community Centre. Music Entertainment was provided by Pj Ryan, Phil and Johnny Maher along with some fantastic local talent. The local Scor na nOg set also danced. It was a very entertaining day and a Huge thank you to everyone that helped to make it such a success .
We would also like to thank so many local businesses for providing spot prizes and we would encourage people to shop local and support all our local businesses.
We also had a lovely visit from Santa. He took time out of his busy schedule to give out pressies to everyone and even sang a few songs before he took off again.
We would like to wish everyone a very happy Christmas.
A visit to Borrisoleigh from Medjugorje guides
Medjugorje guides, Danijela, Mocja and Ozana, with Tom Field from Marian Pilgrimages.
New Futures Christmas Food and Craft Market
New Futures in Farming invite local food producers and crafts people to take part in a Christmas market to be held in the Marian Hall Borrisoleigh on Saturday 19th December from 2 pm to 5 pm. Refreshments will be available and free admission to all. For more information and to book a stall phone Catherine on ,086 157 5949
The Leahy Family
John, Tom, Maureen, Rose (holding Anne), Rosalee and Tommy
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