Halloween Party at First Steps Montessori
Borrisoleigh Track Attack Notes
The opening round saw Ailbe Cummins lead from gun to tape in a time of 27:47 closely followed by Paudie Meehan a single second behind. Throughout the field there was evidence of a great willingness to dig deep to complete the 6km course and in turn this was complemented by an array of impressive finishing times.
From round 2 onwards, the system of determining the nightly stage victor is different from the opening night. The winner is the participant who improves their finishing time the most each night. Straight from the off in the second round, it became evident that the chatting became less and the overall pace was up a notch or 2. The battle with the front running speedsters was brilliant as 4 athletes went toe to toe and only 5 seconds separated the speeding quartet when crossing the finish line. Timmy O’Connell dipped under the 27 minute mark, recording the fastest time of the night in 26:55. Ailbe Cummins finished 1 second behind with Paddy Ryan a further second in arrears. Challenge debutant Paul O’Brien lay down a marker for future rounds, completing the course in 27 minutes flat.
Another brilliant battle developed on the night when only 5 seconds separated another 5 athletes. Henry Groome hit the tape in 32:48, Mark Stapleton in 32:49, Denis Ryan in 32:50, Martin Fahy in 32:51 and Patricia Ryan in 32:53.
Pride of place on the night went to Alan Kelly when winning the stage by clipping 9 minutes and 7 seconds off his previous nights effort. Patricia Ryan claimed second place on the night, Joe Kennedy put in a hugely impressive performance to claim third spot. Fourth on the night was Denis Ryan with Claire Mockler completing the top 5.
Following the opening 2 rounds, there is a 3 way tie at the top of the league ladder. The trio of Claire Mockler, Michael O’Brien and Ailbe Cummins are the table toppers on 18pts followed by Paddy Ryan and George Ryan on 19pts. Patricia and Denis Ryan are both on 25pts, Michael Murray is a further 2 points back with a total of 27, Mark Stapleton is on 29pts while Tom Shanahan and Henry Groome are all square on 30 pts.
The Marathon Challenge continues every Tuesday night under light on the track at the new hurling pitch. All runners and walkers are welcome to come along and participate. It’s an 8 o’clock start each night with a warm up getting under way at 7:40pm. Registration begins at 7:15pm with a fee of €2 each night (under 16’s are free).
A fantastic €571.60 was raised last Thursday for Suir Haven and Milford Hospice. Many thanks to all who donated baked goods and supported on the day.
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Please note that there is no class this Saturday November 1st due to it being a Holy Day, class as normal 10am November 8th
Venue: Marian Hall
Hope to see y’all there
During the month of November, the Rosary will be recited in the parish cemeteries each Sunday at 3.00pm as follows:
November 2nd : St.Bridget’s
November 9th : Glenkeen
November 16th : Ileigh
November 23rd : Sacred Heart Church
MASS OF REMEMBRANCE
The Annual Mass of Remembrance for all those who died in the parish during the past year will be offered in the Sacred Heart Church on Friday, November 14th at 7.00pm.
Cross Country Medal Winner
Enjoying Cheerio’s Breakfast
They look yummy!
Enjoying Maths Week
Ready for trick or treat
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Thursday 30th from 12 to 1p.mFun in the snug
Halloween Crafts , Make and do etc..
€1 each. Family €2. Drink and treat included.
Friday 31st from 11a.m to 1p.m
(suitable for 3rd,4th,5th and 6th class)
Cost €2 per child. Family of 3 or more €5.
Drink and popcorn included
Hope to see you all there.
The Scór na nÓg North Final will take place on November 28th in Birdhill. Anyone interested in taking part should give their names to Theresa Doolan 086 0765202 or Eileen Slattery 087 9849848 before Monday, November 3rd.
Our Intermediate County final winners played Lismore of Waterford last Sunday in Borrisoleigh. Munster Semi-Final full time score. Borris-Ileigh 2-09 Lismore 2-12. Commiserations to our girls and their management team.This team fought to the bitter end and never gave up. They have done themselves, their families, club and parish proud and will play at Senior Level next year for the first time in the history of the club. Well done girls.
U10’s played a blitz in the Ragg last week, beating Drom and Thurles Sarsfields. Well done girls.
Annual General Meeting
AGM has been set for November 29th at 7.30pm. Any nominations should be with the Secretary Louise Delaney before this time.
Camogie club merchandise now available Hoodies, tracksuits, t-shirts, jerseys and raincoats available. Please contact Caroline at 0861522716.
Halloween Fun at Fifi Tots Preschool
Is it ready yet?
Yes it is!
All dressed up and ready to scare everyone!
Walking in The Galtees
Overlooking Lough Curra
Enda Ryan on Galtee Mór
Borrisoleigh Charity Cycle Presentation
Cheque presentation to Down Syndrome Tipperary will take place on Saturday the 1st of November in Finn’s Bar at 9.30 pm. All are welcome to attend.
Pic of the Past……..down memory lane
1953 County Champions
Back: Joe Ryan, Philly Ryan, Jimmy Finn, Billy Stapleton, Paddy Delaney, Tim Ryan, Liam Meagher, Paddy Shanahan and Ned Finn
Middle: Jim Quinn, Sean Kenny, Joe Prior, Ned Ryan, Phibby Kenny, Mick Joe O’Dwyer, Phil Maher and Liam Devaney
Front: Tom Ryan Murray, Patrick Hammond and Mick Prior
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