13 June 2018
Mass will be celebrated in the following cemeteries on these dates at 8pm.
St. Brigid`s Cemetery: Thursday June 14th
Ileigh Cemetery: Thursday June 21st
Borris-Ileigh Camogie Notes
Hard luck to our U14’s who recently lost out to a strong Brian Boru’s side in the County Shield Final. Final score: Brian Boru’s 1-10 to Borris-Ileigh 1-02.
Scores from: Katie Fitzgerald 1-00, Hope Bergin 0-01 & Rhona Lyons 0-01.
Our U12 and U14 player Aoife Fitzgerald, qualified for the Primary Game team who played at half time of the Tipp vs. Clare game last Sunday. Well done Aoife.
U10’s have a busy week this week with training on Wednesday from 7 to 8pm and match vs. Toomevara (away) at 7pm on Thursday. Upcoming County Blitz’s as follows: June 30th, July 28th, August 25th & September 29th.
U8’s participated in County U8 blitz in Ballina on Saturday last. A great mornings hurling was had by all. Further upcoming U8 blitz’s: July 14th, August 11th & September 8th.
Many thanks to Paudie Butler who facilitated a second training session with the club last week. This was an extremely beneficial session and many thanks to Paudie for attending.
Borris-Ileigh GAA Club
“Tipperary Water” County Senior Hurling League:
Commiserations to our Senior hurlers who were defeated in Round 4 of Division 1 the “Tippearary Water” County Senior Hurling League last Saturday evening by Portroe away in Portroe. Down a large number of regular first team starter we went down on a score of 4-18 to 1-21 in what was a very open game of Hurling. Portroe started strongly and had the upper early on thanks two quick fire goals early on, one coming from former Tipperary All Ireland Minor winner Ruadhan Mulrooney to put then 2-05 to 0-04 after 12 minutes. But we responded with a goal of our own through Conor Kenny along with a few well taken scores from Sean McCormack and Shane Kenny in midfield managing to draw level with 5 to go in the first half. But Portroe hit 1-03 without reply to take in a six point lead at the break with the scoreboard reading 3-12 to 1-12. We started the second half in much brighter fashion managing to get the gap back to three thanks to some excellent free taking from Conor Kenny and a great long range effort from Matthew Stapleton. But a fourth Portroe goal with 10 minutes left to play unfortunately decided the game with Portroe running out deserved six point winners. Team and Scorers: Jody Harkin,
Thomas Fahy, Ciaran Cowan, Maurice Ryan
Michael Ryan, Seamus Burke, Patrick O’Connell
Sean McCormack (0-05(0-01 65)), Shane Kenny (0-02)
Ryan Murphy, Liam Ryan, Micheal Carey
James McCormack, Conor Kenny (1-13(0-11f)), Matthew Stapleton (0-01)
Subs Used: Sean Kenny for Ryan Murphy, Seamus Ryan for James McCormack
North Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship:
Our Junior ‘A’s will continue their campaign in this years North Junior ‘A’ Hurling Championship as they take on Toomevara in Round 2 of the competition. The game will take on Saturday the 16th of June in Dolla at 7.30pm. We would like to wish both players and management the best of luck, hopefully we can build on a good draw with North Junior ‘A’ Hurling League champions Roscrea last time out. All support greatly appreciated.
Huge commiserations to our Senior intercounty players Dan McCormack and Brendan Maher who were part of the Tipperary team who exited the Munster and All Ireland Championship last Sunday after an agonising two point defeat to Clare in Semple Stadium in Thurles. A disappointing end to a frustrating year from a Tipperary point of view but we as a club would to like thanks the lads for all their effort and commitment shown throughout the 2018 season and for representing our club in such a fantastic manner. No doubt they will come back stronger next year.
Congratulations to our Minor intercounty hurlers James Devaney and Kevin Maher who recorded an impressive 2-14 to 1-12 victory over the Clare minors before the Senior game in Semple Stadium on Sunday. This victory now leaves them on 4 points in the Round Robin table after two games, they now must wait for the final round of fixtures next weekend to find out if they will advance to the Munster Final.
Here are the upcoming Juvenile fixtures for the coming week: Monday 11th June:
North Tipp U12D Hurling Championship
Borris-Ileigh V Silvermines in Borrisoleigh @ 6.45pm
North Tipp U12A Hurling Championship
Borris-Ileigh V Silvermines in Borrisoleigh @ 7.30pm
Wednesday 13th June:
North Tipp U14A Hurling Championship
Borris-Ileigh V Toomevara in Borrisoleigh @ 7pm
Friday 15th June:
North Tipp U12D Hurling Championship
Borris-Ileigh V Toomevara in Toomevara @ 6.45pm
North Tipp U12A Hurling Championship
Borris-Ileigh V Toomevara in Toomevara @ 7.30pm
Best of luck to both players and management of all teams. All support greatly appreciated.
This Results of our weekly Borris-Ileigh GAA Club Lotto draw are as follows:
The numbers played were 2, 16, 24 and 30. This weeks Lucky Dip winners were:
- Niamh Ryan, Pallas
- Carmel Harkin, Mountgeorge
- Nicole Walsh & Damien Boland
- Jason O’Mahony, Ballyroan(ONLINE)
Well done to all of this weeks lucky dip winners. Next Weeks Jackpot is up to a nice €8,200.
If you wish to play online in time for next weeks draw you can do so here: https://t.co/dgS65gWjRk
Best of luck all entries and thank you for your continued support.
Borrisoleigh Active Social Club
Members enjoying the annual night out before the summer break
Bus to Knock
A bus will leave the square, Borrisoleigh on Saturday 23rd June 2018 for Knock Shrine at 8:00 a.m. (sharp)
organised by St. Joseph’s Young Priests Society
ALL ARE WELCOME
For enquiries or bookings ring (0504)- 51535/51241
Tipperary Volunteering Fair 2018
CELEBRATING VOLUNTEERING IN TIPPERARY
Does your group need new Volunteers?
Would you like to find out more about volunteering and best practice in managing & maintaining volunteers?
If so, then come and join us on Thursday June 28th in Nenagh for a morning of celebrating volunteerism through keynote speakers, networking, recruiting volunteers and a light lunch to finish!
North Tipperary Leader Partnership in collaboration with Tipperary Volunteer Centre & Tipperary Public Participation Network would like to invite you to the inaugural year of the Tipperary Volunteer Fair.
Organisations and community groups will have an opportunity to showcase their organisation, network, recruit new volunteers and celebrate current ones.
This FREE half day event will take place in Nenagh Scouts hall. Space will be provided for groups to set up a stall. You will hear inspirational stories from volunteers across Tipperary including the 2017 National Volunteer of the Year Sr. Patricia Wall aka ‘The Flying Nun’.
There will be short workshops on:
- Best practice in volunteer management presented by the Tipperary Volunteer Centre
- The challenges facing the community & voluntary sector and how to overcome them presented byJohn Warren Consulting
Location: Scouts Hall, Nenagh
Date & Time: Thursday 28th June 2018 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
To register your community group/organisation or for more information please contact:
Sara Mc Donnell by June 24th 2018
Phone: 086- 0481743
Borrisoleigh Festival is on 21st and 22nd July this year and the committee would like input as to what kind of entertainment they would like to see for children. If you have any suggestions you can contact any committee member or message the festival Facebook page.
Now is a good time to start thinking about your wheelbarrow design in time for the International Wheelbarrow Extravaganza!
Making plans for another day out. 30th June-, – Plan is – a visit to the “Old Irish Ways”, cultural and heritage museum at Caherguillamore, Bruff, Co Limerick. On the way,- a stop off at “New Tipperary”, to hear an amazing story from the days of the land war. On the way back,– a stop at Frank Spillane’s for refreshments and conclude with a guided tour of St Michaels cemetery. — Price depends on numbers– but usually works out about 20.00 euro [excluding food etc]. If interested, call or text; 0862752634
The Playground Development Committee would like to inform you that work on the playground is expected to commence this coming Monday, 18th June. This work is expected to last for two weeks during which the playground will be closed. We would like to thank everyone for their patience and cooperation. We look forward to the opening of our new playground and will follow up next week with more details.
Pic of the Past ………..down memory lane
At Tierney’s of Glenbreeda
Standing: Joe Howard, Jim Nolan, Tony Howard, Ger Tierney,
Mick Howard, Dick Maher and Lar Howard
Seated: Tom Barry, Ned Hogan, Jack Hogan, Joe Ryan (R) and Mick Tierney