20 April 2022

Borrisoleigh Community Development Association

The Borrisoleigh Spring clean continues until 28th April. Gloves and bags are available in Finn’s Bar and Meagher’s Shop. Make a Difference to your community.

Borris-Ileigh Camogie Club Notes 

Win for Under 14s:
Our Under 14 team played their second round of the Championship last Thursday night against Ballina in the Park.
A goal each from Tara Maher and Grace Stapleton was instrumental in recording a good victory following a good all-round team performance. 
We’re back in action again tomorrow (Thursday) night where we have an away fixture against Nenagh at 7pm. 
Under 16s Win Thriller:
Our Under 16’s came out on the right side of the scoring stakes in an absolute thriller against Boherlahan on Wednesday night last in the Park.
From start to finish,  both teams contributed brilliantly to a wonderful advertisement for the game of camogie. 
The final score was Borris-Ileigh 5-10, Boherlahan 2-11. 
Next up is another home fixture against Annacarthy tonight (Wednesday) at 7pm. 
Victory for Intermediates:
Borris-Ileigh and Kilruane served up a cracking game in the County Intermediate League last Saturday evening in the Park. 
Fielding 8 minors in the starting line-up, our youthful outfit acquitted themselves brilliantly and an all-round excellent team performance resulted in a 3-08 to 2-06 victory. 
Our next fixture is against Boherlahan on Sunday evening next in the Park at 6pm.

Parish News


Months Mind Saturday 23rd April @ 7pm Mass Kathleen Ryan, Mountkinane.

Sunday 24th April at 11am Mass Louise Ryan, Ballyroan and her grandparents Sarah & Michael Ryan.

We are also asked to remember in our prayers Denis O’Meara Rathfarnham, Dublin and formerly of Bredagh, Toomevara.

Collection: Last Sunday’s collection amounted to €780.

Thanks to all who took part in our Easter Ceremonies or who participated in any way. A big thank you to you all.

Thought for the week: Constant kindness can accomplish much.  As the sun makes ice melt, kindness causes misunderstanding, mistrust, and hostility to evaporate.- Albert Schweitzer.

Hollyford Remembers

Pic of the Past

Tom Maher, Mary Ryan, Currabaha, Sheila Ryan,
Nora O’Connell, Nonie Bourke, Ailbe Hogan, Carmel Hogan,
Josie Maher, Patricia Maher, Pat Maher and Mary Duignan

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