The Borrisoleigh parish final of Scór na bPáistí took place last Sunday,20th February in the Marian Hall. There were contestants in all eight competitions namely Figure Dance, Solo song, Instrumental Music, Recitation, Ballad group, Novelty act and Set Dance. Great credit is due to all the children who participated and entertained a full hall for the afternoon. Many thanks to the mentors / coaches who prepared the children for the different competitions.Congratulations to all the winners who are wished every success in the area final which will be held in Borrisoleigh on March 11th at 7.30 pm.
Paddy Dolan was a special guest singer at the parish final as he became county champion in the solo song competition of Senior Scór on Friday last. The Borrisoleigh set dancers ,who are also county champions, entertained the audience by dancing the Roscommon Lancer. Many thanks to Brendan Maher who presented trophies / medals to the children at the Scór parish final.
Danielle and Orla at the Scór na bpaistí competition last Sunday 20th February
ICA wannabees (well done boys!!!!)
Liam and Leah (would be even better as the Irish Eurovision Song Contest entry!)
Leah and Liam are presented with their prizes by local hero Brendan
Our young set dancers at the Scór competition
More young set dancers
Brendan with more winners from the Scór na bpaistí competition
Brendan presents Orla and Hazel with their prizes
John Cummins displaying a bodhrán made in his woodworking class at Fethard Secondary School Open Day recently
Our Senior Scór Set Dancers who were victorious in the County Final in Clonmore on Friday 18th February
Senior Scór – North Final
Our Novelty Actors in ‘political mode’ at the County Final in Clonmore
The men with the answers in the Question Time competition at the County Final
Students and Tutors (including Elaine Hurley) of Thurles pictured at the opening of the ‘Le Cheile’ art exhibition in The Source (Also pictured is Kieran Meagher LIT who opened it)
Margaret McCarthy and Lord Mayor of Thurles John Kenehan
Students from Thurles Education Centre pictured with family members at the opening of their exhibition ‘Le Cheile’ on the 3rd of Feb in The Source Arts Centre
Mr. Small with Aaron who won the "Player of the Tournament" award for his excellent leadership skills
Congratulations to Aaron’s Reid team who were the eventual winners following a tightly contested final with Nicky Cooney’s team. Well done to Aaron who also received the ‘Player of the Tournament’ award for his excellent leadership, motivational and playing skills which helped all his team members to shine.
Sincere thanks to Mr. Small for refereeing throughout. Now that everybody has gained such experience and skill we look forward to an even better tournament next year.
Aaron’s winning team in the football tournament
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Carmel Harkin (County Senior Camogie Secretary and Selector) with Julie Kirwin (Tipperary Senior Captain) and John Lillis (Senior Manager) at the launch of the new team Jersey.
The Borris-Ileigh U’16 panel will undertake a fundraising effort in co-operation with the Senior hurling panel on the weekend of the 19th & 20th March. This is a sponsored climb of Keeper Hill (the highest mountain in North Tipperary) as well as Galtymore (the highest mountain in County Tipperary in the same weekend. As this would be a very commendable achievement by all concerned, all members of both panels will be looking for sponsorship in the coming weeks in recognition of this effort. It is important to note that all monies collected by the respective panels will stay within those panels, i.e. whatever money the U’16 players raise, stays in the U’16 panel. The U’16s are seeking to raise money to buy a new set of jerseys for the coming year. This is an excellent initiative by the team as they are taking the preparation of their own team into their own hands and is a very worthwhile cause. Your generosity will be greatly appreciated in the coming weeks
Membership for 2011 is now due, €10 per child or €20 per family. Membership forms will be given out at training and should be returned as soon as possible so that the contact lists for texting can be updated.
The club extends its sympathies to the families and relatives of those who passed away recently. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a nanamacha dilis.
Marian Hall Lotto
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