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A big congratulations to Ann Marie Kavanagh (Solo Singing), Laura Ryan (Mastermind) and Rory Kennedey (Instrumental music) who were successful in securing a place in the National Talent Final whichwill be held in the Helix, in DCU next Saturday the 19th of May.
Best of luck!!
Family Fun Walk
Borris-Ileigh Juvenile GAA Club
Our U 12 Group two Football team played their Divisional Football final against Silvermines in Newport on Saturday morning last. The game turned out to be a thriller. We got off to a great start with two early goals, however Silvermines fought back to within a point at the break. The second half again was a tight affair with points traded on several ocassions. With the final whistle approaching a pointed free from Aaron Rabbitte put the game into extra time. A goal in the first half of extra time gave Silvermines the advantage, however Borris fought on tenaciously to the end but could not breakdown a resolute defence. All players put in a great effort throughout the game and can be proud of their performance and of the way they represented the club in the final. Well done to all concerned. We await confirmation of the County U12 Football end game fixture. The first round of the U12 hurling will take place on Friday 1st of June.
U12 The date for the Premier Football End Games has not yet been finalised. We are awaiting confirmation from the County Bord na nOg
U14 Football We defeated Shannon Rovers by 3-8 to 2-5 on Monday evening in Templederry in our first play off game. We now play Portroe away next Saturday 19th May at 4pm. The winner of this game will advance to a quarter final. Our thanks to Templederry GAA Club who accommodated the switching of Monday’s game from Borrisoleigh at such short notice
Events taking place from 19th to 29th May, 2012 In celebration of Biodiversity Week and International Biodiversity Day on Tuesday 22nd May, North Tipperary County Council has teamed up with a number of organisations and individuals to bring you a variety of fun events to celebrate the wildlife and landscapes around us. The events cover many aspects of our Natural Heritage from birds and bats to the hidden habitats in the urban setting. Why not get out this Biodiversity Week and enjoy all that North Tipperary’s natural heritage has to offer? Hope a few of you can make some of the events.
St. Cualan’s Senior Citizen’s Club 21st Birthday Celebration
St Cualan’s Senior citizens are coming of age and to mark the occasion they are holding a special 21st birthday celebration on Sunday June 3rd. Mass will be celebrated in the Community Centre at 4 pm followed by dinner and social evening. If you would like to join us please give your name to any committee member on or before Thursday May 24th.
Great Limerick Run
Christine, Michelle and Marie Ryan, Ballyroan ran the half Marathon in Limerick over the May bank holiday weekend for their chosen charity ‘Console’ and raised €2,528. Thanks to all who supported this worthy cause so generously. A cheque will be presented to the Limerick Console office this coming week.
Michelle, Christine and Marie
Well done and congratulations to all the Borris girls who completed the half marathon
Borrisoleigh Community & Development Association
Borrisoleigh Development Association would like to invite any interested members of our community to come along to a historical walk in Borrisoleigh at 7.30pm on Monday the 28th May. This walk is organised by the Ormond Historical Society.
Ormond Historical Society
First field trip of 2012 will take place on the evening of Monday May 28th to Borrisoleigh. We will be visiting Glenkeen burial ground, Church of the Sacred Heart & Ileigh Church. We will be looking at the history of these sites inc. St Cualan’s connection to Glenkeen, St Cualan’s Bell Shrine, the De Burgo tomb, Australian War Grave, Republican graves in Ileigh, among other items. Full details closer to the date.
Borrisoleigh Camogie Club
Our under 16’s had their first championship game of the season in Ballinderry against Shannon Rovers on Thursday the 10th May. They showed a lot of improvement from last year. Unfortunately things didn’t work out well on the very wet evening for them but they showed some good moments from the goalie straight through to the forwards and scored several points and a goal from play. Scorers for Borrisoleigh Aisling Kiely 1-0, Aoife Delargy 0-2 and Orlagh Ryan 0-1.Their next championship game is away against Ballina on Thursday 17th May. There will be no more championship games for under 16 until the junior cert exams are finished. The under 14’s had their fourth match of the championship on Tuesday 8th May at 7pm at home against Moycarkey. They had a great win. Final score Borris 4-3 Moycarkey 1-0. Great work girls and coaches.
Junior team play Thurles in the park on Friday 18th May at 7.30 p.m. . Best of luck girls.
Under 14 and 16 training in the park on Saturday at 12.
Under 12 training Wednesday 16th at 6 pm in the park.
Under 10 training at 6 pm in the park on Thursday evening.
The under 6 and 8 training continues on Tuesday evening at 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm, in the Park. Could all girls bring their helmets, hurleys and shin guards.
A Sean-nós dancing workshop was held recently in the Marion Hall. Dancing coach was Kathrina Mangan from Co. Kerry. The morning workshop was attended by Primary School children and the afternoon workshop was for adults. Both sessions were very well attended and most enjoyable. Kathrina promises to return in June so keep practising those steps !
Charity Variety Night
Marian Hall, Friday 1st June in Aid of Tipperary Down Syndrome and Autism
featuring Rearcross Drama group’s presentation of
‘ A Wake in the West ‘
by M. J. Ginnelly
Also local talent
May She Rest in Peace
Dr Joan Power–Kenny RIP
The death occurred on Monday 14th May of Dr Joan Power-Kenny of Lower Street. Her Funeral Mass took place in the Sacred Heart Church, Borrisoleigh on Wednesday 16th May with burial in St. Brigid’s Cemetery. We offer our deepest sympathies to her family and friends. May she rest in peace.
Senior Hurling: Last Sunday we played out a draw with Kilruane. In the first half we had a strong wind in our favour and at half time we were eleven points to the good. Kilruane put us under a lot of pressure in the second half and with a few minutes remaining they were one point in front. With time just up we won a twenty one yard free and took the point to draw the game. This was a game of of two halves and probably a draw was a fair result. We now have one match remaining and this is against Kiladangan, date and time to be confirmed. We have a lot of injuries at present and hopefully they will all be cleared up for this important game.
Minor Football: We were defeated by Kilruane last Friday evening by four points. Fixtures will be out tomorrow so we will notify you immediately.
Anyone interested in ordering tickets for Tipp match please contact Gerry Treacy immediately. 086 3958405.
Merchandise is available every Saturday in the pavilion between 11am to 1pm or contact 087 9439531.
Pic of the Past…..Down Memory Lane
Michael Delaney, Sheila Delaney, Eileen Treacy, Peggy Maher and Timmy Delaney,
pictured at the launch of ‘A Century of GAA in Borrisoleigh’ in 1986.
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