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Easter Ceremonies in Borrisoleigh & Ileigh
Father, into your hands I commend my spirit.
Sacred Heart Church, Borrisoleigh
Holy Thursday: Mass of The Lord’s Supper – 8p.m.
Holy Thursday: "Watch with me" Holy Hour – 10p.m. to 11p.m.
Good Friday: Celebration of the Lord’s Passion – 3p.m.
Good Friday: Stations of the Cross – 8p.m.
Holy Saturday: Easter Vigil Mass – 9p.m.
Good Friday: Stations of the Cross 7p.m.
Borrisoleigh Community Development Association
Importantly we would like to thank all those who submitted articles for the Annual at such short notice last year and all the local businesses who have kindly agreed to sell the annuals for us. Without your help the publication would not have been a success.
We look forward to producing our next annual and hope people both at home and away will enjoy it.
Borrisoleigh Community Development Association still has some 2011 annuals for sale through the local shops or if you are away from the area we can post the annual to any place in the world for €10 (includes annual, packaging and postage). Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy.
Borris-Ileigh Juvenile GAA
Last weekend Na Piarsaigh, Cork U9 hurling team travelled to play our local team and an enjoyable mornings hurling was had by all. Thanks to everyone who helped out by providing and serving refreshments on the day. Thanks also to Paddy Stapleton who attended and addressed the players afterwards.
The underage football leagues continued last week and despite best efforts all round we were beaten in the U12, 14 and 16 fixtures. A further round of fixtures will take place this week.
St. Theresa’s National School Cake Sale
Computer Classes – Borrisoleigh Community Centre
If anyone is interested in computer classes for next term i.e. September 2012, would you please contact the Community Centre Office at 0504 50643 Monday-Friday 9.30am – 1pm. To date there is no guarantee that we will be granted this course but we would be hopeful of classes provided we have the numbers required.
St. Patrick’s BNS
Celebrating World Book Day in the Junior Room
Easter ‘Egg’-stra! Cathal discovered this extra large egg when he checked on his hens
‘Green Day’ at St. Patrick’s
Fun to make and even more fun to share
Stop, look and listen-Ms Cummins leads the way
Practising our Safe Cross Code
My turn soon….!.
The boys at St. Patrick’s BNS have had a busy time recently with World Book Day, ‘Green Day’, Road Safety Week, Seachtain na Gaeilge and preparations for Easter. They can enjoy a well-deserved rest now that the holidays have arrived. Happy Easter everybody!
We had another busy weekend in camogie with both our under tens and junior teams commencing their competitive season.
Our under 10’s had their first blitz (Go Games) of the season on Saturday in Toomevara. Five teams were there on the day so the girls got four games and did very well in all their games. Well done girls you showed great skill and talent. A lot of our under 10 panel are also under 8.
The junior team had their first league game of the season on Sunday in the camogie field The Ragg against Fethard. They put on a fine display in all parts of the pitch. It took us two games to defeat Fethard in the championship last year but we managed it in one on Sunday. All of our ladies played well, frustrating the Fethard team from their forwards through to their goalie. Nicole Walsh opened the scoring with a point from a free, followed by a goal and a point from play. Mary Bradshaw then scored a goal from play. Fethard then got two points one from play the other a free. Nicole Walsh then got another point from play leaving the score at half time 2-3 to 0-2. The second half commenced with a goal from Nicole Walsh followed by a goal and two points from Fethard. Nicole Walsh then got another point from play followed by a point from play by Joanne Cowan who came on as a sub, Nicole Walsh finished up the scoring for Borrisoleigh with a point from a free. Fethard finished their scoring with a point from play which left the result at full time 3-6 to 1-5. Well done girls a great start to the competitive season. The next game of the league will see us play away to Drom on Monday the 9th April at 4 pm.
Under 14, 16 and 18 have training Saturday morning at 12 noon. Juniors have training Friday evening at 7 pm. Any changes will be notified by text.
The under 6, 8 and 10 continues on Tuesday evening at 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm, please note venue has changed to the Park. Could all girls bring their helmets, hurleys and shin guards.
Next weekend will be another busy one with our under 12’s due to play their third blitz of the season on Saturday at 1.30 pm in the camogie grounds the Ragg. The other teams participating will be Thurles, Arravale Rovers, St. Mary’s and Gortnahoe. Best of luck girls.
Can all members who haven’t already done so return your membership forms and insurance fees thanks. We wish all our members and supporters a Happy Easter
Busy boys at St. Patrick’s B.N.S.
No shortage of business here!.
Snakes and Ladders are much better fun this way!
The Cake Stall
The lemonade stall and boys showing lots of interest in the raffle
The Toy Stall,what a fun way to practice our maths skills! and waiting for the raffle
Ring Balance Game
Centra Sponsorship launch for the All Ireland Hurling Final
held at Croke Park on the 30th March 2012
Albert Kelly, Owen Kelly & Sean Shanahan.
John Mullane & John Stapleton (the Saint)
Junior A Hurling: We had a good win over Nenagh last Saturday eveningeven though we were short a few regulars. All players gave a good account of themselves and hopefully this will continue into the next match.
Minor Football: We are down to play this coming Thursday the 5th. April. in Borris at 6.30pm.versus Ballinahinch Gaels.
Senior Scor: The Set Dancers and Novelty Act performed very well in the Munster Final last Saturday, unfortunately success was not with them on the
night. Well done to all the participants.
The Scór held their annual Céili last Friday night. A great nights entertainment was enjoyed by all. Thanks to all committee members who provided the catering and Tipperary Spring Water for providing a water cooler for the night. A special thanks to Tim Joe and Anne for their wonderfull music and to Michael Cooney and Philip Ryan for calling the sets.
We urge all players to pay their membership now. You can pay to our registrar John Bradshaw or any committee member.
The club extends its sympathies to the family and friends of Michael Corcoran who passed away recently. Ar dheis de go raibh an anam dilis.
Trath na gCeist Winners 2012. Comhgairdeachas a bhuachaillí!.
Tráth na gCeist Runners-Up 2012. Gach ceist as Gaeilge! Maith sibh a bhuachaillí!.
St. Cualan trip to St. Joseph’s Monastery, Roscrea
Biddy Young, Angela McSherry and Teresa Stapleton
Mary Donoghue John & Chris Costello
Noreen McGrath and Nora Butler
Peg McLoughney, Bridie Shanahan and Mary Clohessey
Sarah Costello and Mai Ryan
Margaret Kelly, John McGrath and Nora Delaney
Fr. Tom Hearne entertaining with his medley of songs.
Mary wishes PJ a very happy birthday
Easter Fun at Scoil Bhríde, Fantane
Under the guidance of Tracy Devaney the children ice and decorate buns with an Easter theme. These works of art were the pride and joy of each child as they carried them home.
All Ireland Final’ of the Schools’ Credit Union Quiz
Finishing off the buns while the children study their clues before the Easter egg hunt gets underway on the day of the holidays.
Well done to our quiz team who put in a great performance in the RDS. Congratulations to Ardfert Central N.S. who were winners on the day.
Céilí in the Marian Hall
Borrisoleigh Scór Committee held their annual Céilí in the Marian on March 30th. A great night was had by all and people left smiling, tired and well fed!! Thanks to all who helped out to make this occasion such a success.
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Munster Scór Final The Borrisoleigh Novelty Act group and Borrisoleigh Set gave an outstanding performance at the Munster Scór Final on Saturday last in Templemore. They did Club and County proud.
Some of the action from the Novelty Act!!
Borrisoleigh Set Dancers
Numbers: 12, 15, 24, 26
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2 Name Draw @ €75
Emily Kelly, Knockbrack
Amy McLoughlin, Ballygraigue, Nenagh
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Back: Francis Spillane, Kathleen Harty, Mary Spillane, Marie O’Driscoll, Noelie Maher and Tomás Maher
Front: Sean Kelly, Johnny Maher and Hannie Spillane
Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Margaret Cowan, Michael Barry, Marie McGrath and Aileen Óg Groome
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