A vision in black & white!
Borris-Ileigh Camogie Club held a fashion show fundraising event, in the Templemore Arms on Friday the 19th April. Show commenced shortly after 8.30pm to a full house.
The latest collections from local shops all over Tipperary were showcased. They were 1. Born-Thurles, 2. Soles-Thurles & Golden Threads-Cashel, 3. Lar na Pairce-Thurles, 4. Morans Menswear-Thurles, 5. Julia Agnes the Modiste Milliner-Nenagh, 6. Elverys-Thurles, 7. Jim McLoughney-Nenagh, 8. Tesco-Roscrea, 9. Borris-Ileigh Camogie-Borrisoleigh, 10. In the Wardrobe-Carrick on Suir and 11. First Editions-Thurles.
Make-up artists were Sheila Kenny and Brid Harty; hair local stylists Pearl Young and Caroline Harkin, these professional ladies enhanced the beauty of our volunteer models giving the shops perfect models for showcasing their fantastic range of clothes.
Music and lighting provided by local DJ David Butler, MC on the night Micháel Tierney. Both men did a very professional job and added immensely to the enjoyment of the fashion show. Photographers on the night were Mike Ryan and Mandy Harkin what can I say a picture is worth a thousand words and again they did a great job.
The night started with a cheese and wine reception supplied by Tipperary Co-Op and Gleeson Group. Local stalls plying their wares on the night also added to the experience. We had a best dressed lady competition, prize €100 voucher for First Editions. Winner on the night was Fiona Looby who was up against some stiff competition. It wasn’t an easy job for the judges. A raffle was also ran with three lovely hampers from Proctor & Gamble, En Paris voucher, jewellery from Templemore Jewellers, chocolates and wine from Toomevara Aloe Vera.
Borris-Ileigh Camogie Club members were all involved in staging of this event. Firstly they got venue, shops on board, tickets sold, modelled, helped with make up/hair, helped on the night with wine, raffle door, stage, organised models etc.. Thanks to all the businesses, volunteers, people who were who supported us on the night and people who bought tickets. Thanks also for all the positive feedback received during the week, it is lovely to hear such compliments. It was a successful night for the Camogie Club.
It wasn’t just the ladies on the catwalk – Brendan struts his stuff!!
Kathleen takes centre stage!
John performs for the crowd!!
More photos from the night are available in a dedicated gallery
There will be a Mission in our Parish from the 30th November next to the 6th of December. It will be conducted by the Redemptorist Mission Team. For it to be successful it will need the co-operation and support of all parishioners, with time to plan and prepare. With this in mind there will be an Open Parish Meeting with the Mission Team on Wednesday May 8th at 8pm in the Community Centre to which all parishioners are invited. Your presence and your input are important. Please come and encourage others to come as well.
Underage: First blitz of the season for the under 10’s on Saturday the 4th May at 9.45 pm in the Camogie Grounds the Ragg.
The under 12’s first match of the league was played on Mon 22nd April at 6.30 in the park. The girls got off to a flying start with a great win. Score at full time was Borris 3-1, Thurles 0-0. Their next game is in Templemore against Templemore on Saturday the 4th May. Parents/Guardians will be texted time.
Our under 14 league game on Tuesday the 23rd at home against Clonoulty inspite of the result they played very well. The final score was Borris 3-1, Clonoulty 4-1. The girls now have the league to look forward to.
The under 16 game against Holycross in Ballycahill on Thursday the 25th April at 7pm didn’t go so well for the girls. The score at full time was Holycross 8-4, Borris 4-12.
Intermediate Team: Have secured their place in their league final, with a comprehensive win over Templemore in Templemore. The whole team put on a great display. The half time score was Templemore 0-2, Borris-Ileigh 1-4, with Borris playing against the wind. The second half Borris were stronger still with the score at full time being Templemore 1-3 Borris-Ileigh 3-11. The Final is set for the Monday the 6th May at 4pm in the Camogie Grounds The Ragg. The second semi-final is set for Friday the 3rd May, so our opposition won’t be known until then. Please come along and support the team on Bank Holiday Monday.
Picture: (Back row, L-R) Michael Ryan, Borrisoleigh, Alice Regan (Maths teacher), James Moran, Templetuohy, Sean McCormack (Chairman I.M.T.A.)
(Front row, L-R) Brian Ryan, Thurles, Professor John O Donoghue, (U.L.), Shannon Brown, Drom.
Congratulations to St Joseph’s College, Borrisoleigh who finished joint third in the National Final of Leaving Certificate Higher Maths Team Quiz which was held on Saturday 13th April at the University of Limerick.
Golf Classic: Our Golf Classic takes place on Friday the 31st of May and Saturday the 1st of June in Thurles Golf Course. This promises to be a great weekend of golf with some fantastic prizes on offer. The first prize is a fourball in Mount Juliet, with dinner and over night stay included. Other prizes include a fourball at The Old Head of Kinsale, a fourball at the K Club and Fota Island. These are prizes that won’t be matched any where else. We urge all golfing enthusiasts to sign up. Martin Fahy shall be running the time sheet and can be contacted on 087 2608780. We ask people to spread the word about this also. We feel it is fantastic value at just €120 per team with such great prizes up for grabs. Also if anyone is interested in sponsoring a tee box the cost is just €30
Clean Up Day: On Saturday the club will hold a clean up day in the park. It shall begin at 9am and will go on for the day. We ask anyone who can lend a hand, a shovel or a few hours to come down and help out. Our park is a place of pride in the parish and it is only right that it looks well, especially coming into the busy summer months.
Tipperary Draw: The Tipperary Draw commences again shortly and we ask all those interested in signing up to contact TF Stapleton, Mark Stapleton or Henry Groome. This is a fantastic competition with cars to be won every month. It costs just €100 and is also a vital fundraiser for the club.
Website: For further news, information and match reports check out www.borris-ileighgaa.com
Kevin Murray, Personal Trainer will run a 5 week programme of Toning & Conditioning classes that will cater for all fitness levels commencing this Thursday evening, 2nd May in the Community Centre. Kevin, who has vast experience in this field will be more than happy to answer any questions on the night & may be contacted beforehand at 086-1575896. Full details about the class are available here.
THURS 9th MAY
Free preschool year-Ecce scheme
Through play children will learn:
• Colours & Shapes
• Numbers & Letters
• Arts & Crafts
• Music & Dance
CONTACT: Fiona Max on 087-2169150 for further details & enrolment.
Delia & Tina hard at work around the cemetery
Borrisoleigh Community Development Association would like to thank all those who supported this year’s spring clean. This includes all the adults and children who turned up on Monday evening and during the day on Monday, to pick litter from around the town and graveyard. Thanks also for the support of North Tipperary County Council and An Taisce for the supply of gloves, bags, litter pickers etc. Once again we’ve collected two horse trailers of litter from the town and approach roads. Thanks again to all the volunteers who gave up their time and energy to make Borrisoleigh a cleaner, greener more beautiful place to live. This year’s Spring Clean was the largest to date.
Denis & the boys hard at work
Teresa & Mary tackle the Square
Jimmy & Rena equipped with their litter pickers
Litter picking can be fun too!!
3, 10, 12, 18
No Jackpot Winner
2 Match 3
Mary Tierney, Glenbreeda
Marie Rabbitte, Nenagh Road, Borrisoleigh
Next Week’s Lotto Jackpot
Nora Ryan, Glennanogue, Borrisoleigh and her daughter Margaret on her wedding day
A little trip down memory lane – Who remembers this?
Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Margaret Cowan, Michael Barry, Marie McGrath and Aileen Óg Groome
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