Denise Ryan, Borrisoleigh’s representative in the TV series Operation Transformation, with presenter Gerry Ryan and the other leaders in the programme
Denise with her mum Mary and dad Tim at the catwalk parade in the Custom’s House Quay Shopping Centre
Makin’ the men look good!
Denise with her uncle Johnny and boss Paul Sheehan
Denise with her friend Karen who was instrumental in getting Denise to become a leader in the Operation Transformation programme. Karen is preparing to get married in September and Denise is to be her bridesmaid, so both women have a lot to look forward to. But remember Denise, rule no. 1 "don’t upstage the bride"!
Some of Denise’s supporters and friends who travelled to Dublin for the catwalk parde on Tuesday last
Denise with Eimear, Sinead, Claire and Michael
Watch the final programme of Operation Transformation on RTE1 this Thursday evening 26 February at 8:30 p.m.
Christy and Francis enjoying the barbeque Francis had cooked for his visitors
Madame Tussauds in London
Cliona O’Connell working out in a scene from High School Musical
Louise Fahy and Cliona O’Connell giving Shrek a cuddle while visiting Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum
Caution – Men at work!!!
Mathematics in action! We have to measure exactly 500ml!!
Flippin’ the thing!
Mrs Murray (with pan in hand) demonstrating her expert pancake flipping skills!
Borrisoleigh Camogie Club
Tickets are available from any of the committee. Your support would be appreciated.
Recent winner of The Irish Examiner Open 750 at Clonmel
Smiles at the beginning of Lent in Fantane
Michaela Scanlon, Leisha Ryan, James Devaney and Stephen Doolan with ashes on foreheads and Trócaire Box in hand – ready for their journey through Lent
"Love is in the air"
Jimmy Ryan, Chapel Street, Borrisoleigh and Annemarie Delahunty, Templetuohy celebrating their recent engagement
The Bowling Buddies
Leah Harkin, Christine Delaney, Kate Delaney, Aoife Max and Ciara Murray who went bowling recently
A total of €500,000 has been allocated to improve the road surface of the Main Street. Preparatory work has already begun. Unfortunately, there will be major disruptions to traffic for a few weeks and a proposed road closure for four to five weeks. Alternative routes will be put in place for those travelling between Thurles and Nenagh. This will be an inconvenience to many but will substantially improve the road surface and the appearance of our town.
Borrisoleigh Ballad Group, County Final Scór na bPaistí Winners 2008
Clóda Scanlon, Dylan Reid, Aisling Kiely, Orla and Eimear Ryan with their trainer Kay Ryan. Borrisoleigh parish Scór na bPaisti will be held in the Marion Hall on Sunday 1st March 2009 at 2pm sharp.
Harry Joes Golf Society in Portugal
Harry Joe’s Golf Society had a very enjoyable trip to Portugal last week. Thirty six members in all travelled to Vilamoura and played golf on some of the Algarve’s top courses in perfect weather conditions. A tired and tanned bus load returned to Borrisoleigh on Monday evening last.
Smiles all round before taking to the fairways!
Pakie O’Brien, Damien Ryan, Donal Hurley, Noelie Maher and Matt O’Connell
Denis Ryan, Pakie O’Brien, Tom McGrath and Christy Reid
Stories and PoemsJoanne Ryan from Fishmoyne has sent us a few samples of her father’s poetry. Hope you enjoy them. You can read them by clicking on the following link :
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Pic of the Past…….down memory lane
School Photograph – July 1959
Back: Paul Maher, Tim Ryan, Oliver Ryan, Seamus Ryan, Billy O’Brien, Kevin Kent and Tommy Dunne
Front: John Leahy, Rory Kinane, Joe Stapleton, Murty Ryan, Jim Ryan and Tim Carroll
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