Intermediate League-County Final
July 21st at 7.00pm at the Camogie Grounds, The Ragg
Yours support would be really appreciated.
St Cualan’s Social Club
St. Cualans Social Club are organising their annual trip for August 9th. We will leave the Square at 11am approx and travel to Killaloe where we will go on a cruise followed by a meal in Ballycommon. If you are interested in travelling with us please give your name to any committee member. More information to follow.
St. Cualans will hold their coffee morning this Thursday July 17th in the Community Centre after 10am Mass
Paddy Stapleton Fitness & Bootcamp
The next block of Bootcamp begins the 12th of August on Tuesday and Thursday mornings for six weeks!
7am to approx 7.50am
The Town Park Borrisoleigh
**** Only €60 for 12 sessions****
PM OR TEXT/CALL FOR BOOKING: 0863328697
Line Dancing Classes
The U16 hurling Championship has commenced with three games played to date. We lost to Shannon Rovers /Lorrha by 3 points and to Moneygall on a scoreline 4-03 to 8pts. We beat Silvermines in Dolla on Monday evening on a scoreline of 2-15 to 3-05. The next fixture is against Portroe on Monday 21st at home.
U14: In a top of the table clash we play Shannon Rover Gaels at home this Wednesday evening 16th at 7pm in round eight. Round 9 is against Portroe on Wednesday 23rd July with quarter finals scheduled for Wednesday 30th July.
U12’s. Well done to the U12’s who defeated Portroe last Thursday evening in the quarter final on a scoreline of 3-5 to 1 05. They now play Lorrha in the semi final this Friday evening. Best of luck to all concerned.
Tipperary Women’s Mini Marathon
Borris-Ileigh GAA Notes
Junior Hurling: Our Junior A team take to the field again this weekend in the 3rd match of their campaign. Moneygall are the opposition this time and the game will take place on Sunday at 12 noon in Toomevara. We have 1 win and 1 loss from our opening 2 games and a victory here is vital. As always your support is greatly appreciated.
Our Junior Bs are in action as well this weekend in what will be their 2nd championship game. On Saturday evening we travel to Cloughjordan to take on Lorrha at 7pm. We lost our opening game against Kildangen so again a big performance is needed here.
Minor Hurling: There was no minor game last week as it was our bye week. This week we will be taking on Toomevara on Thursday evening at 7:30pm in Templederry.
U16 Hurling: Our u16 team got their first win of their campaign on Monday night in Dolla against SIlvermines. With the game a draw at half time and facing into a strong gale for the second half our lads showed huge character to get the win on a scoreline of 2-15 to 3-05. The team that lined out was: Aaron Rabbitte, Seamus Ryan, Jack Prior, Oran Bergin, John Ryan, Aaron Reid, Alvis Danko, David McCormack, Jamie Corcoran, Dan Brooks, Jerry Kelly, Ray McCormack, Aaron Donnelly, Conor Keane, Patrick O Connell. Subs Used: Nicky Cooney, Micháel Ryan
Intercounty Hurling: Well done to Tipperary who had an emphatic 17 point win over Offaly last Saturday evening in Portlaoise. It was great to see Tipperary put victories back to back after a disappointing few weeks. Tipperary will now take on Dublin in an All Ireland Quarter Final. This game will take place on July 27th in Semple Stadium at 4pm. The game will be preceded by Limerick V Wexford/Waterford at 2pm. Tickets will cost €30 for both stands while the terrace will cost €20. Juvenile tickets cost just €5 and there will be concessions for students and OAPs at designated gates. Again, well done to Tipp and especially to our 3 club representatives; Brendan Maher, Paddy Stapleton and Conor Kenny.
Best of luck to Dan McCormack who lines out for the Tipperary u21 team this Wednesday evening(16th) against Clare in Cusack Park, Ennis at 7:30pm.
Online: For even more up to date news you can follow us on Twitter at @Borris_GAA or find us on Facebook. Our club website is updated every Tuesday for those of you who want to get the news first at www.borris-ileighgaa.com
Bush & Briar Rambler goes International
Teresa Murray on her recent visit to China enjoying a walk on the Great Wall, one of the seven wonders of the modern world. We suspect she was checking out some new walking routes for the Ramblers. Well Done Teresa.
There is a number of exhibition showing in conjunction with the Theatre Show + Lecture
An exhibition of memorabilia about World War 1 and Tipperary Military Barracks is on display in the Foyer of Tipperary Excel Heritage Centre
The Role of Irish Women in Irish History 1900-1920 will be hosted in the Main Gallery of the Excel Centre-This exhibition will feature the work of Aislinn O’Keeffe and and photographic material from the local community.
An installation from Cappawhite Youthreach group gives reflects the view of young people on the futility of War.
Pioneer Outing to Limerick – 1960s
Back: Tom Bourke, Pat Kennedy, Peter O’Dwyer, John McCormack and Paddy Martin
3rd Row: Bill Sheahan, Pat Ryan, Paddy Walsh, Andy Ryan, Seamus Bourke and Paddy O’Connor
2nd Row:John Finn, Jimmy Ryan, Michael Ryan, John Bourke, Tom Treacy, Tom Costello, Pat Ryan, Gerry Kennedy
Front: Tom Tierney, Pat Ryan, Tony Ryan, Paddy Stapleton, Michael Ryan, Redemporist Priest,
Mick Joe O’Dwyer, Tommy Ryan and John Loughnane
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