Intermediate County Champions 2014
Borris – Ileigh Intermediates made history on Saturday last, and won their first ever County Final at this grade.
The first half commenced with point for point scoring from both teams, but from 20 minutes into the first half, Borris had settled to leave Drom behind, and lead by 4 points at half time. In the second half, an initial point from free, and a further fantastic goal from Nicole Walsh, saw the team continuing to lead. Drom scored 3 points, but Borris retaliated by scoring four more. A goal from Drom left a 6 point lead for Borris, but a great goal from Deirdre Corcoran, sealed the cup and a County Final win for Borris by 9 points.
Scores from: N Walsh 1-07 (1-04 frees), M Bradshaw 0-01, M Maher 0-03, D Corcoran 1-01, S Kinane 0-01.
Final Score Borris-Ileigh 2-13 to Drom 1-07
Team: Carmel O’Brien, Michelle Ryan, Shauna Rabbitte (captain), Niamh McGrath, Nora O’Brien, Teresa Ryan, Noreen Stapleton, Julie Kelly, Aoife Delargy, Deirdre Corcoran, Nicole Walsh, Moira Maher, Jane McCormack, Mary Bradshaw & Chrissy Kenny
Subs: Sarah Kinane, Michelle Ryan, Lauren Butler-Ryan, Catherine Ryan, Louise Fahy, Patricia McElwee, Aisling Kiely, Cloda Scanlon & Grace O’ Mahony. S Kinane for J McCormack & C Scanlon for N Stapleton.
Munster Semi Final will be played against Lismore Co. Waterford shortly. Date TBA. Best of luck girls. A lot of hard work has gone into preparing this team for the League & County finals and great credit is due to all the players and the mentors.
Like “Borris-Ileigh Camogie” on Facebook for further updates. See gallery for more photos.
SHANNON ROVERS V BORRIS-ILEIGH – Sunday October 19th at 12 noon.
Annual General Meeting.
AGM has been set for November 29th at 7.30. Any nominations should be with the Secretary Louise Delaney before this time.
Below are some more photos from the recent Tomás Max U10 Tournament.
Tomás Max U10 Tournament Winners
1st Years Blitz winners
Big Brother, Big Sister
The programme to help our first years has begun. each student is paired with a senior student who can provide advice and support. We have weekly meetings where students discuss school life and take part in fun games.
Safe Journey to the teachers and students who are travelling to Paris this Wednesday 15/10/2014. The trip consists of 4 days and they will be visiting some of Paris’ main attractions as well as brushing up their "Francais"
1st Year Blitz
On Thursday, our 1st year boys took part in a hurling blitz in Dr. Morris Park. They played against Clonmel High school, Scoil Mhuire Thurles and Thurles C.B.S. The boys showed great heart and won all their matches. They look forward to more success with their school
Our enthusiastic Transition Year group traveled to Caffrey’s Chocolate Warehouse in Walkinstown, Dublin. The students got a tour of the Chocolate Warehouse where they were given samples of the magnificent chocolate. The students decorated their own bars of chocolate. The business was established in 1948 by Thomas Caffrey, “The Irish Willy Wonka”. It was a very enjoyable day for all involved.
Well done to all the cyclists who took part last Sunday week in aid of Down Syndrome Tipperary. A fabulous crowd of over 80 cyclists completed the 40km route in very favourable weather conditions. The organisers would like to thank everyone who helped out in any way ensuring another successful outing. Refreshments during and after the cycle were provided by Gleeson Group, Walsh’s Costcutters, Donal Hurley’s Gala, Shanahans Centra and Stapletons Bakery. The organisers would also like to thank everyone who prepared and served all the soup and refreshments in the Community Centre. Thanks also to the representatives from Down Syndrome Tipperary who attended on the day and to the Borrisoleigh Festival Committee for their support.
Finally well done and thanks to all the cyclists who gave their time and effort on the day and also to their very generous sponsors. Outstanding cards and sponsorship money should be given to PJ Delaney or Ruairi O’ Connell as soon as possible as the cheque presentation to Down Syndrome Tipperary will take place on Saturday the 1st of November in Finn’s Bar. All are welcome to attend.
Senior Hurling: Hard luck to our hurlers who were knocked out of the championship after being beaten by Burgess in Toomevara. Huge thanks must be offered to this marvellous bunch of players who have for so long sacrificed so much to help their club and help their parish. They are a credit to everybody and their day will come yet. Also we would like to offer our thanks to the management team of Conor Stakelum, Ollie Moran and Mark Rabbitte who have put in such a massive effort in preparing this team all through the year. Our attention now turns to 2015.
U16 Hurling: Our county final ended in a draw after extra time in what was a wonderful, hard fought game of hurling. The display from both teams was of the highest standard and each player must be commended for their great effort. The replay is fixed for the weekend of the 1st of November.
Camogie: Our girls brought glory and honour back to Borris on Saturday afternoon, winning the Intermediate County Final in style beating Drom-Inch. It has been a long road for this bunch of players who now will play at senior level for the first time in the clubs history. We wish them the best of luck in the Munster Championship against Lismore.
Club Gear: Mark Stapleton will be taking another order of club gear. The order will be put in in two weeks time. As always items will be paid for up front.
The Borrisoleigh Community Development Association plan to publish a 2014 Annual. For this to be successful we need your input!
If you have any interesting articles, memories, photos or tid-bits that would appeal to our readers we would be delighted to receive it. The inclusion of photos (in jpeg or other suitable format) would be great.
The final date to receive this information is 31/10/14. Email your input to Borrisoleighannual@gmail.com
Back: Phil Maher, Mary Walsh, Jim Stapleton,
Catherine Boyle and Seamus Bourke
Front: Margaret Ryan and Eileen Boyle
Bunratty Banquet: Fitz & Julie Chadwick with Seamus O’Dwyer
Sean & Marie Shanahan with Albert Kelly on the opening of the store on 15 October 1999 – 15 years ago!
Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Margaret Cowan, Marie McGrath, Aileen Óg Groome and Derry O’Donnell
Many thanks to all those who contributed photographs and news items. Remember, we need you to continue to send us material so that we can keep our website current and interesting.
Send your email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, if you like what you see and want to leave a comment, remember to use the Guestbook!
While we make every effort possible to ensure that the information contained in this Website is accurate and complete, we cannot accept any legal liability as a result of the inaccuracy or incompleteness of the information presented to users of this site