Our Sevens team (Carmel O’Brien, Nora O’Brien, Julie Kelly, Deirdre Corcoran, Nicole Walsh, Marie Ryan, Michelle Ryan, Noirin Stapleton, Mary Bradshaw and Niamh McGrath) did well at the Daintree Paper All Ireland Camogie Sevens. They got through the play off stages, won their quarter final and were in hard luck to lose out at semi-final stage. Well done to the ladies and mentors, this experience should stand to them for the championship.
First game was against Creggan, the final score was 6-2 Borrisoleigh, 6-5 Creggan. The team then played Donaghmore where the girls all found form with the score at full time being 12-4 Borrisoleigh, Donaghmore 1-2. They next met the home team Kilmacud A with the team continuing to perform well final score being 6-3 Borrisoleigh, 1-6 Kilmacud. This saw us safely through to the quarter final where we met Oilgate, again the girls fought of tough opposition leaving the score at full time 8-2 Borrisoleigh, Oilgate 6-1. This result lead us to a semi-final against Kilmessan, where the posts saved Kilmessan several times from what looked like sure goals, plus a few narrow wides and decisions going against us left the score at full time Borrisoleigh 4-1, Kilmessan 4-4. The scorers for Borrisoleigh in the competition were Deirdre Corcoran, Nicole Walsh, Michelle Ryan, Mary Bradshaw, Noirin Stapleton, Julie Kelly and Marie Ryan between them they clocked up a serious tally on the scoreboards.
Thanks to the mentors on the day Timmy Delaney, Eamon Corcoran and Siobhan Stapleton. Also well done to Kilmacud Camogie and Daintree Paper on hosting a great competition. Junior training Wednesday at 7 pm and Friday at 6.30 pm. The 5th round of the championship takes place on Saturday the 22nd September against Holycross at home in the park at 5:30 pm.
THURLES Fresh Milk (sponsors of jerseys for our under 14/16 teams) has beaten off stiff competition from hundreds of excellent Irish businesses in their bid to go for gold at this year’s National Q Mark Awards.The prestigious nomination will see John Martin and Joe Kerrigan, the companies operations manager and CEO and their team at this year’s star-studded Q Mark ceremony on September 28th at Dublin’s Burlington Hotel. Thurles Fresh Milk have been processing milk into a range of products for their Tipperary customers for over 50 years. Milk is collected from a small number of key milk suppliers within 12km of Thurles town, where their plant is located. This ensures that customers can be satisfied of the quality, freshness and sustainability of their products.John, Joe and the team can be sure that Borrisoleigh Camogie will be lending them our total support for the final in Dublin, on September 28, as we already consider them to be a real Tipperary winner for being named among those at the top of The ‘Q’. Draw for the Tipperary Jerseys will take place on Tuesday 25th September at 7.30 pm in the pravillion at the park, the official presentation of the Thurles Milk Jerseys will also take place on the night. All are welcome.
Our under 13 team in the new Jerseys from Thurles Milk
The under 10’s were unable to participate in the Blitz on Saturday the 15th September.
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.
The under 8’s next and last blitz of the season will be on Saturday the 22nd September in the camogie grounds the Ragg.
Under 10 training at 6.30 pm in the park on Tuesday evening.
Under 12 training Tuesday at 7 pm. Match on Saturday 22nd at home against Templemore, parents/guardians will be texted when time in confirmed.
The Club is organising a trip for u8 to u13 to Ballinora in Cork on Saturday 6th October. The cost will be between €15 to €20 this will include bus and food on the way home. Girls will need to bring gear for matches and a packed lunch. Please get back to team mentor as soon as possible to allow us to finalise cost and numbers. Thanks
Camogie club merchandise now available Hoodies, tracksuits, t-shirts, jerseys and raincoats available. See Advertising Section of www.borrisoleigh.ie for pictures. If interested please contact Caroline at 086 1522716. You can also follow us on Facebook.
Borris-Ileigh GAA News
: Annarcarthy defeated us by a goal in injury time last Saturday in Cashel. This was a very disappointing display overall. We are now out of the Championship and can only look forward to next year. The club would like to thank all the players,management and all concerned for their commitment during the year.
Junior C Hurling: This match is down for Saturday 22nd in Toomevara versus Shannon Rovers at 3.30pm. Your support would be appreciated.
U21 Hurling: This competition is down to start on Saturday 29th September.
Club merchandise is available every Saturday in the pavilion between 11am to 1pm or contact 087 9439531.
Borrisoleigh Charity Cycle 2012
Tom McGrath, Catherine Ryan and Helen Hurley ready for take off!!!
BORRISOLEIGH 25-MILE CHARITY CYCLE 2012
This year’s cycle in aid of the provision of special class facilities for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder in Killenaive National School, Killeen, Nenagh took place last Sunday 16th September. Once again there were two events a 25-mile and a 50-mile cycle. An unprecedented number participated this year with 130 cyclists taking part. Heavy rain in the morning gave away to dry bright weather for the afternoon and while the wind may have been a little unkind on the home legs from Rathdowney and Templemore the majority of cyclists agreed that it was preferable to wet conditions. Both cycles were completed without incident and all taking part were home and enjoying well earned refreshments in the Marian Hall shortly after 4.30pm prepared and served once again in large quantities by the large team of volunteers who ensured that nobody went home hungry.
This event, which has once again been a tremendous success, would not be possible without such volunteers and all of the other people who provide their time and effort to assist on the day and also provide donations, support and sponsorship when asked. The organisers would like to thank everyone who helped out on the day in any way ensuring another successful outing. This includes the stewards who manned the safety cars at the front and back of each group and carried the refreshments that were available at each stop. The motorbike marshals who ensured a safe passage through all roads and junctions and the First Aid Officers. Thanks also to Sergeant Tom McCormack of Borrisoleigh Garda, Gardai Lorcan Looby and John Keating and also the Gardai and Traffic Corps in Thurles who arranged and escorted the group safely through the town, Upperchurch Cycling Club who provided support and repair cars. Refreshments during and after the cycle were provided by Gleeson Group, Walsh’s Costcutters, Donal Hurley’s Gala, Shanahans Centra, Stapletons Bakery and Lidl Nenagh. Thanks also to the Marian Hall Committee who made the hall available for the serving of the post cycle refreshments. The organisers would also like to thank everyone who prepared and served all the refreshments that were available in the Marian Hall and helped to tidy up afterwards. Thanks also to the staff and board of management of Killenaive NS for their assistance.
In conjunction with the charity cycle an additional fundraiser was organised last Thursday. A jersey day took place in St.Joseph’s College Borrisoleigh where over EUR300 was collected. Thanks to all who contributed to this event. Thanks to the management, staff and pupils of St. Joseph’s College for their cooperation.
Finally great praise and credit is due to all the cyclists who gave their time and effort to take part on the day and also to their very generous sponsors. Currently the sponsorship money has reached almost EUR4,000 but there are a number of cards still outstanding and all cards and money should be returned as soon as possible to PJ Delaney or Ruairi O’ Connell as the organisers would like to present the sponsorship raised in the coming weeks. Details for the presentation night will be arranged shortly.
More photographs will follow next week
Fit4Life Templemore Track & Trail Run 2012
We had an incredible turnout for our 2nd annual Track & Trail Run on Sunday 16th September in Templemore Town Park. 207 entrants took part in the 4 mile run which started on the Athletic Track and continued around the lake and through the woods in the Town Park before finishing back at the Track. We were fortunate with the weather as after a wet morning, the sun came out and it was a nice afternoon for running. The first man home was Shane Mullaney (Thurles Crokes), followed closely by Tony Reilly (Ballyroan/Abbeyleix) and Andrew Smyth (Coolquill). Margaret Danagher (Templemore) was the first of the ladies to cross the line, followed by Grace McConnell (Ballyroan/Abbeyleix) and Marie Fitzgibbon (Thurles Crokes). We want to thank all who turned out on the day, in particular those who travelled long distances to take part, from Wicklow, Dublin, Cork and Limerick to name a few. Thanks also to the volunteers who helped with stewarding the course and catering in the clubhouse afterwards. Full results are available on the Tipperary Athletics website
and photos from the day are on our own Facebook
Junior Certificate Results at St. Joseph’s College
Pictured above are the 30% of St Josephs College, Borrisoleigh Junior Certificate class 2012 who received 10/11 honours.
Marian Hall Lotto
Numbers: 3, 5, 15, 22
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5 Match 3
Anna Ryan, c/o Bingo
Breda Hill, Cloughjordan
Adam & Lisa Carr, Glenkeen
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Pic of the Past……..down memory lane
At the Sandtrap
Back: Marion O’Driscoll, Nora Chadwick, Breda Stapleton (holding her sister Teresa), and Bridget Ryan
Front: Mary O’Dwyer, Mary Donnelly, Marion Ryan, Colette O’Dwyer and Kathleen Harty
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