Training times will be text to parents. For health and safety reasons, parents are asked to stay to supervise children at this age level. Help is always needed. If any parent would like to be involved with the coaching of these teams, please let any committee member know.
U12’s played Cahir in a semi-final on Thursday June 5th in the Camogie Grounds, The Ragg. It was a great achievement to get this far. At half time the team were down just one point but unfortunately this couldn’t be held and the final score-line was 2-03 Cahir to 1-00 Borris-Ileigh.
Score: L Young (1g).
U16’s had a great challenge match against Kilruane on Thursday last winning by 9 points. Well done girls.
Semi-Final date is set for Sat July 5th at 7p.m at the Camogie Grounds, The Ragg. Opposing team to be decided.
Your support would be much appreciated.
REMEMBER: If you intend to train or play with Borris-Ileigh Camogie Club this season, you must be registered. It is essential to contact Paula Ryan (087 9035949) Club Registrar or your team manager.
Camogie club merchandise now available Hoodies, tracksuits, t-shirts, jerseys and raincoats available.
Please contact Caroline at 0861522716.
Make the most of the longest day of the year by joining us on our outing to Slievenamon Ridge on Saturday 21st June.
Meeting at rear car park Shanahans Centra at 08.45am for departure at 09.00am sharp. Also at Dolla at 09.10am. Boots essential. Bring plenty of drinks and snacks. New comers always welcome.
Jimmy Chute came to Fifi’s Tots Preschool last week and put the children through their moves to one of their favourite songs, the Nathan Carter hit Wagon Wheel. The children have been busy practising it since for their concert next week
Fifi’s Tots preschool went on their school tour last week to Pallas Hill open farm. The children had a great morning playing in the play ground, feeding animals and having their picnic.
Our work evenings continue every Monday evening from 7pm to 9pm. All help is gratefully appreciated.
We will hold a meeting on Tuesday 24th @ 8:30pm in The Bothy.
This is an important meeting so can as many as possible please attend.
St. Cualan’s social club had their 5k on Saturday last June 14th. We started in McDonagh square and did the Rathmoy loop. The walk was started by two of the Festivals Mayoral candidates Patrice Cooney & Joe Holland. After the walk we had refreshments in the community centre. A big thank you to all who participated and returned sponsorship cards. Any outstanding cards can be returned to any committee member. Thank you.
Mayoral candidates Patrice and Joe started the walk
Ready to go
One for ‘Faces and Places 2064’
Some walkers on the way back
A well deserved cuppa!
Time to replace spent energy!
More re-fuelling after the walk
The staff and pupils of St. Patrick’s B.N.S. would like to wish Alvis Danko the very best of luck as he represents Tipperary in the Football Primary Game this Saturday against Cork in Páirc Uí Chaoimh. We’re all very proud of him! Well done Alvis!
Best of luck Alvis!
All athletes to be there for 10.30am.
Senior Hurling: We have been drawn to play Toomevara in the north quarter final. As of yet there is no date for this fixture.
Junior Fixtures: Our Junior A & B teams will commence their campaigns over the coming weeks. The junior A team will play their first game Saturday evening in Borrisoleigh against Toomevara at 7pm, while the B team will be out the following week. Opponents have not been set as of yet for the first fixture.
Underage Fixtures: Our minor team begin their season on Thursday the 26th of June against Kilruane McDonaghs in Borrisoleigh at 7.30pm. Our u16 team commence on Monday 30th of June against Shannon Rovers Gaels in Ballinderry. Our u14 team have 3 wins from 3 and are playing every Wednesday night.
Door to Door: There has been a huge response to our door to door calls and we are very thankful for everyone’s response. As earlier stated we do not look for handouts or for money for nothing and this been seen by the people of the community. There has been a huge uptake in our membership and club lottery and this will greatly help finance our ongoing development
Information re Courses run by the Department of History at the University of Limerick during academic year 2014/2015.
1. MA in the History of the Family can be taken on Campus (Thursdays only) or alternatively as a full online option.
2. Certificate in Local History runs on Campus or by Outreach in Nenagh as well as being available fully online.
Email : Conor.Reidy @ul.ie for further details.
Photographic memories of a day trip to Dublin on 14/6/14 by the Borrisoleigh and Sr. Áine Historical Societies.
Photos include members at Kilmainham Gaol and Glasnevin Cemetery in the presence of Paddy Gleeson tour guide.
The Club is very busy with fixtures at the moment with U14 games every Wednesday and U 12 games every Friday. To date the U12’s have recorded narrow wins over Lorrha and Burgess and were defeated by silvermines. The U12’s are fixed to play Borrisokane away this Friday night. The U14’s have recorded three wins to date against Moneygall/Templederry, Lorrha and Burgess. They take on Newport Gaels this Wednesday evening at home.
Best wishes to St Patricks B. N.S who play in both the U11 and U13 schools Co Finals in Semple Stadium this Wednesday.
Best wishes also to Alvis Danko who plays for Tipperary in the primary Football Game at half time in the Tipperary v Cork football game at the week end.
Home Instead Senior Care provide information and advice to families to assist planning and decision making. As part of this educational programme a family dementia workshop will be held in Nenagh on Wednesday 25th June at the Abbey Court Hotel, 19:00 to 22:00.
Research from the Home Instead Senior Care network reveals that families have two significant challenges when caring for their loved ones who have memory loss or dementia such as Alzheimer’s Disease. These are keeping their loved one’s positively engaged and managing behaviours that can include repetition and agitation. The CARE training programme encourages a subtle change in how you communicate. This will assist with resolving awkward situations and help ensure the safety of the person with dementia. This will enable the person with dementia to remain in familiar surroundings for as long as possible.
Recently Home Instead trainers delivered the course to health care professionals at Nenagh General Hospital and this will be repeated in July.
We would like to invite you to refer carers of people with dementia to our family dementia workshop on 25th June. For more information and registration see http://www.homeinstead.ie/Alzheimers-Dementia-care/dementia-educational-workshops or call our office on 0504 91100.
Borrisoleigh GAA Dinner Dance – Ormonde Hotel, Nenagh
Joe Kenny, Mary Kenny, Imelda Kenny and Paddy Maher, Moneygall – Secretary of the North Board
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