Haiti – "Build it Week"
Enda Ryan, Borrisoleigh is returning to Haiti with the Haven Partnership on Saturday the 29th October for another "Build it Week". As a result of the incredible generosity of donations received last year Enda hasn’t run any fundraising events this time but is of course accepting donations if anyone wants to support him. Donations can either be dropped in to Anna Ryan, O’Connell’s Pharmacy or else made via Haven’s secure online donation facility https://www.havenpartnership.com/volman/public/donate/donate.php
Bord Bia Farmhouse Craft Cheese and Beer
Kenna and Cox
Guitar Lessons for Beginners – Childrens Classes
M.Y. School of Music
We would like to start “Guitar Lessons for Beginners” in the Community Centre, depending on the numbers interested.
Please contact Marisa in the Centre at (0504) 50643 or alternatively call to the office.
Monday – Friday
9.30 a.m. – 12.30 p.m.
St. Theresa’s Parents Association wish to invite all primary school children to their fancy dress Halloween Disco in The Marian Hall on Monday, 31st October, 2011 from 7pm to 8.30pm.
Admission is €5 per child and €10 per family. Refreshments will be provided.
Borris-Ileigh Junior Camogie
Borris-Ileigh Junior Camogie team secured their place in the County Final on Saturday afternoon with a win over Fethard on a 1-8 to 2-3 score line. It was an even more exciting match than their first encounter with both teams’ again displaying skill and commitment. Borris-Ileigh overcame a sluggish start to finish in fine style. After a very wet morning the match started with dry conditions over head. Fethard had a strong wind for the first half. They opened the scoring with a point followed by a goal;they scored two more points and another goal in the first half, while Borris-Ileigh scored three points. Borris-Ileigh went into the dressing rooms at half time down 6 points; however they came out fighting with the goalie and the backs putting on a great defensive display keeping Fethard scoreless for the second half. While the Borris-Ileigh midfield and forwards fought hard clocking up a goal and five points. There was little or no wind for the second half and the rain came back making it tough for both teams. Fethard had their chances in the dying minutes but in their search for goals they gave up point scoring opportunities. The last few minutes of injury time seemed like a lifetime for the Borris-Ileigh supporters. The replay was almost a mirror image of the first encounter where Borris-Ileigh had the upper hand in the first half and Fethard came back to secure a draw in the second half. Borris-Ileigh now face Newport who defeated the Silvermines in the other semi-final on a 1-08 to 2-3 score line. The final will be held in the Camogie Grounds, The Ragg on Sunday 30th October @ 2 p.m.
Borris-Ileigh Panel: Carmel O’Brien, Niamh McGrath, Louise Fahy, Michelle Ryan, Marie Ryan 0-1, Julie Kelly, Michelle Stapleton (Cpt), Moira Dooley 0-1, Noirin Treacy, Sarah Cowan, Deirdre Corcoran 1-5 3F, Nora O’Brien, Joanne Cowan, Noirin Stapleton, Cliodhna Bourke, Grace Prior, Clare Ryan, Carol Treacy, Rena Stapleton, Sinead Ryan and Emma Treacy 0-1.
: Brenda Burke, Jean Morrissey, Edel Fitzgerald,Norah O’Meara, Fiona Conway, Sandra Spillane, Imelda Spillane,Karen Barry, Aimee Moloney, Kay Spillane (Cpt), Emily Noonan, Lylah Condon, Majella Croke, Sharon O’Meara 1-2, Audrey Conway 1-1, Marie Houlihan, Caroline Quinlan, Roisin Horan and Sandra Maher.
Referee – Siobhan Ryan
Borris-Ileigh last lifted this trophy in 1996, best wishes to the ladies for the final. The team, management and club would like to thank all those who came out in such bad weather to support the team and look forward to seeing you all again at the final. Borris-Ileigh Camogie Club wish to thank the Community Relations Team from Procter & Gamble Nenagh for the lovely cosmetic gift sets that they sponsored for the panel and to Mary Stapleton for organising it. Your support is greatly appreciated. The final will be held in the Camogie Grounds, The Ragg on Sunday 30th October @ 2 p.m.
Borris-Ileigh GAA Lotto
Thursday 20th October
Jackpot: €16,000(Not won)
Numbers: 6, 8, 15, 16
€50 Lucky Dip winners:
Margaret Carey, Ballinamona
Liam Stapleton, Chapel Street
Mary Kiely c/o P.J. Kiely
Pat Mockler, Nenagh Road
Next draw: Thursday 27th October in Bourke’s Bar
Marian Hall Lotto
Numbers: 6, 10, 14, 21
Ned Harty, Upper Street
No Match 3 winner
2 Name Draw @ €75
Josephine Hennessy, Killea
Maria Shanahan c/o Centra
Next Week’s Lotto Jackpot
Pic of the Past… down memory lane
Back: Bridget Ryan
Middle: Ann Maher, Marion Ryan, Kathleen Harty and Pat Kinane
Front: Breda Stapleton, Ger Ryan, Josie Stapleton and Mai Cullen
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Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Margaret Cowan, Michael Barry, Marie McGrath and Aileen Óg Groome
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