Parenting Course in The Community Centre
2. Assist in modelling appropriate and acceptable behaviour and
3. Help to create and maintain boundaries for all family members.
Borris-Ileigh GAA News
www.borris-ileighgaa.com goes live
Declan Maher V Ciaran Ryan
Nora O Brien V Mairead Higgins
Joe Kenny V Ollie Dwan
Mossy Ryan V Eddie Kinane
Martin Maher V Paddy Kennedy
Tom Shanahan V Johnny O Connor
Amanda Butler V Brid Looby
David Butler V Jerome Ryan
Ailbe Cummins V Michael Costello
Keith Ryan V Paul Stapleton
David O Connor V David Collins
Senior hurling: On this Friday night 1st March we shall play J.K. Brackens in a challenge match at 19:30 in the park. All support is greatly appreciated. Our county league match against Carrick Davins has now been moved to Monday night 4th of March in Carrick on Suir again at 19:30. We shall play Toomevara in the Hogan Cup on the weekend of the 10th of March in Borrisoleigh. Please watch out for confirmation of the time and date. It has also been confirmed that the North championship shall commence on the weekend of the 7th of April. The Junior A league will commence on the weekend of the 23rd of March
Fitzgibbon Cup: This weekend see the semi finals and finals of the Fitzgibbon and Ryan cups for 3rd level colleges. The event is being hosted by GMIT with the semi finals taking place on Friday and the finals on Saturday. In the Fitzgibbon Cup Dan McCormack will be looking to add another winners medal to his collection as he lines out for UCC at centre forward against UCD. In the other semi final Mary I play WIT, with whom Tommy Kavanagh is a panel member. In the Ryan Cup, local university LIT Tipperary are through to the semi final against Queens University Belfast. This team, which came up from the Ferghal Maher Cup last year, are managed by Toby Kavanagh and coached by Brendan Maher. We wish all those best of luck and hope they enjoy their weekend.
New Website: Borris-Ileigh GAA club are happy to announce they have launched their brand new website. It was launched last Friday night in Stapleton’s Bar amid much wonderment by those watching the proceedings. A huge thank you must go to Niall Cowan who has built this state of the art website for us. Anyone visiting it will testify to its quality, ease of use and general aesthetic good looks. The website can be visited at www.borris-ileighgaa.com We hope to keep it updated on a weekly basis in the next few weeks. Anyone wishing to submit articles can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org Also if you have any old photos that you think people would like to see please send them in. We encourage people to look around the website and get back to us with any recommendations. There are also facilities on the website to play the club lotto and to become a member of the club. The online lotto facility has become very popular, especially for those overseas and far away, and is of huge boost to the club finances. We would also hope that more people would sign up as members. There are many benefits to this such as an up to date text service, in depth match reports and greater access to inter county tickets.
Club Merchandise: We are happy to announce that for this Saturday only there shall be a 20% discount on all club merchandise which is available at Cathal Bourke’s workshop. This is a great offer and a great opportunity to get gear at a great price – you’ll be well dressed for the new season!!!
Ticket Deal: The County Board have recently announced a fantastic ticket package for supporters for the coming year. The Premier Gold Club Plus package offers patrons entrance to all adult club games in the county and entrance to all Tipperary senior hurling matches for the very reasonable sum of €200. This is a great offer, especially to those who attend a large volume of matches throughout the season. Application forms can be collected from Lár na Páirce or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com
The Borrisoleigh Community Website Committee wish all involved in the Borris-Ileigh GAA website every success and hope we can continue to receive regular updates on club activities.
Tony gives the two boys a few tips on web design
The regulars give their judgement
Brendan and Toby ready to bring home the Ryan Cup
We are running a clothing collection in conjunction with Bag2TheFuture Fundraising. By getting involved in our Bag2TheFuture collection you have an opportunity to sort through your cupboards and wardrobes and donate any unwanted textiles. These can be returned in any kind of bag. This can include adult and children’s clothes, shoes (tied together please), hats, belts, bags, small amounts of bedding and teddies (no duvets, pillows, curtains and towels). The clothes have to be of good quality for reuse in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. Our funds will receive 60c a kilo / €600 per tonne which will be a great boost for our fundraising. CanTeen Ireland will also receive an additional 10% from Bag2TheFuture. CanTeen Ireland is a nationwide support group for teenagers affected by cancer. Please try to fill as many bags as you can, don’t forget to ask grandparents, friends and neighbours to have a sort out as well! (You can return clothes in any kind of bag).
Please return your bag (or bags!) to us at The Park on Saturday 2nd March or Saturday 9th March between 9.30 and 12.30 and help us have a really good collection! Many thanks indeed for helping us with this unique fundraising opportunity.
Well done to Borris-Ileigh GAA club and Niall Cowan on the launch of their new website www.borris-ileighgaa.com
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.
Noreen O’Donnell RIP
Cprl. Lewis is 2nd from right.
Cprl Lewis Ryan, born Coarsepark, Borrisoleigh 1890, emigrated to USA aboard the SS Carmania Sept 25th 1912. Served in 135th Infantry Regiment 77th Division US army. Killed in Argonne forest France whilst leading a reconnaissance against German machine gun posts, 7th Oct 1918. Buried in Meuse-Argonne US Military Cemetery, France. Lewis was an uncle of the late Tommy & May Kinane.
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6, 15, 17, 23
No Jackpot Winner
1 Match 3
Tina Lyons, Main Street, Borrisoleigh
Next Week’s Lotto Jackpot
Danny Lanigan-Ryan, Bob White and Natalie Ryan
Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Margaret Cowan, Michael Barry, Marie McGrath and Aileen Óg Groome
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