Here are the Junior and Senior Infant children in St. Theresa’s N.S. taking part in a spring clean in school.
The children worked in groups to pick up any litter they found around the school grounds. Although the children in our school always make a great effort to put all of their litter into the different bins, the children in Junior and Senior Infants found that some bits do escape.
Well done to the children for doing such a terrific job in keeping our school environment litter free.
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Five Borrisoleigh residents who successfully completed the Triology Triathlon on the 6th April 2013 in Portlaoise. Franz Leimlehner, Samantha Leimlehner, Rena Ryan, Tracy Kerslake-Devaney & Sean Ryan. It involved swimming three-quarters of a Km, cycling a hilly 21Km and running 5.5Km
Congratulations to Theresa Ryan Glenkeen, Borrisoleigh and Michael Martin, Coachford, Cork who celebrated their big day at the Sacred Heart Church Borrisoleigh on Friday 5th of April at 1.30pm and reception after at the Abbey Court Hotel Nenagh.
It was a quieter week on the camogie front this past week with just two of our teams playing.
The under 12’s will have their first match of the league on the 20th April at home against Thurles. Parents/Guardians will be texted re time.
Our under 14’s had their second championship game on the 11th April against Holycross in the park at 6.45 pm. Things didn’t go as well for them in their second came. Final score was Borris 1-2 Holycross 2-7. However the girls are capable of doing way better than this and are still in with a chance in the championship. Their next game is in Gortnahoe against Gortnahoe at 6.45 p.m. on Wednesday the 17th April.
Our under 8’s had their first blitz of the season on Saturday the 13th in the Ragg Camogie pitch at 9.45 a.m.. The girls got on well and got plenty of match experience.
Intermediate Team: The intermediate team continue to train for the league semi-final on the 28th April against Templemore at 1 pm in the Ragg Camogie Grounds.
Administration: Club membership is now due adults €35 and juveniles €15. All players and adults involved with the club are required to pay membership which covers the cost of insurance and registration. No player will be permitted to play without membership paid. Can all players please return money from Fashion Show tickets at next training session.
Fashion Show: The Club will be holding a fashion show in the Templemore Arms Hotel on Friday the 19th April tickets are €10 (this includes a cheese and wine reception). This event will show case the latest collections from local shops all over Tipperary. Shops confirmed for the night are 1. Born-Thurles, 2. Soles-Thurles & Golden Threads-Cashel, 3. Lar Na Pairce-Thurles, 4. Moran’s Menswear-Thurles, 5. Julia Agnes, The Modiste Milliner-Nenagh, 6. Elverys-Thurles, 7. Jim McLoughney-Nenagh, 8. Tescos-Roscrea, 9. Borris-Ileigh Camogie-Borrisoleigh, 10. In the Wardrobe-Carrick on Suir and 11. Frist Editions-Thurles. On the night there will also be some wonderful local stalls if you wish to make a purchase they are Nappy Cakes Anne OSullivan, Aleo Vera Pat Mcormack , Allure Body and Beauty Michelle Lawlor, Wedding Cakes Zeta Kennedy, Head Pieces Julia Agnes, The Modiste Milliner . Apart from all the local talent on display on the evening, there will also be a raffle with some outstanding prizes up for grabs.
Scoil Bhríde Fantane Open Day ,
Fun for all young and old, past and present
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2 Match 3
Peg Moore, Templetuohy
Next Week’s Lotto Jackpot
Senior Citizen’s Party
Mary Carroll (on motorbike) entertains the crowd in the Clodagh Bar.
Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Margaret Cowan, Michael Barry, Marie McGrath and Aileen Óg Groome
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