Borris played Annacarthy on Saturday last. This was a draw game, scoreline of 3-12 to 3-12. A play off will now take place for 2nd place in the group, v Annacarthy next Sunday at 11am, in the Camogie grounds, The Ragg.
Borris played New Inn on Mon April 20th, with another fantastic victory. The girls led throughout this match and led by 3 goals and a point at half time.
Full time score: Borris-Ileigh 6-09 New Inn 3-06.
Scores from: Aedín Hogan 3-08, Amy O’Brien 1-01, Aoife Ryan 1-00 & Avril Ryan 1-00.
Another great win, well done girls.
U14’s played Thurles last Wednesday in Borris and did fantastic, winning this match, Borris-Ileigh 3-03 Thurles 1-01.
Scorers: Aoife Ryan 3-02 and Laura Maher 0-01.
We are now through to a play off stage in our group and will play Gortnahoe this week. Details to follow. Best of luck girls.
U12’s played their next blitz last Saturday in Templemore. Teams in this group: Thurles, Templemore, Borris-Ileigh & Drom.
The girls won all 3 matches, with results as follows:
Borris 2-00 – Drom 0-00 – Scores from Danielle Ryan & Katie Fitzgerald.
Borris 5-00 – Thurles 2-00 – Scores from Anna McGrath, Emma Galvin, Danielle Ryan, Natasha Kennedy & Emma Doolan.
Borris 4-00 – Templemore – Scores from Danielle Ryan & Kellie Healy.
Fantastic results girls, well done.
Many thanks for supporting our Clothes collection, it was a great success.
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 to arrange payment of membership and collection of our Code of Ethics, Conduct and Best Practice.
The 17th National Spring Clean campaign gets underway this April. The National Spring Clean, Ireland’s largest anti-litter initiative has grown in size and scope over the years with last year’s campaign being the largest to date. This is down to you, the volunteer, who give up your time and energy to make Ireland a cleaner, greener, more beautiful place to live. Borrisoleigh Community Development Association would like to thank everyone who has participated over the years and we are looking forward to this year’s spring clean on the 30th April. By volunteering for the Spring Clean campaign, YOU are actively helping to make and keep your local environment a cleaner and more enjoyable place to work and/or live in. Your participation in Ireland’s largest anti-litter initiative is very important. Spring Clean is entirely dependent on the fantastic support and work of Tipperary County Council and An Taisce. Not only do they supplement supplies of materials but they also ensure that our rubbish is properly disposed of.
Borrisoleigh Community Development Association is once again delighted to organise this spring clean. To participate in this year’s annual clean-up meet in the square at 6.30 pm on Thursday the 30th April. There you will receive your supplies of gloves, bags litter pickers etc. Please come in a hi-vis vest for safety.
Borrisoleigh Men’s Shed would like to thank everyone who donated during their recent street collection.
Michael Atik and Paddy Dolan
There are now high quality window boxes complete with flowers available in the Mens Shed.
The Men’s Shed will also replenish last years hanging baskets and window boxes.
Window boxes made to your own size by order. Herb boxes also available
Phone Liam 086-8140692 Or Paddy 087-1801703
Liam Donnelly and Paddy Dolan (If you saw last week’s history pic you’d understand how Paddy is in 2 photos!)
The Borrisoleigh men that represented Thurles RFC this weekend in the cup final. Thurles beat Skibbereen 14 points to 5 to win the Munster Junior plate for 2014/15.
Colin Feeley, Ollie Delaney, Jason O’Mahony, Aidan O’Dwyer and John Walsh
Last week’s Track-Attack event was a “Predict Your Time” session where the participants were randomly broken into teams with the eventual winners determined by the team who finished closest to their collective forecasted time.
Niamh Ryan made her debut with Track-Attack and it proved to be a successful one as she was teamed up with the Templederry duo of Olivia Murphy and Roisin Kennedy. Collectively they predicted a finishing time of 59 mins and 55 seconds and following some excellent running from all 3, they clocked a time of 58 mins and 49 seconds leaving them just 1 minute and 6 seconds outside their prediction.
Team Winner Olivia Murphy
There was a tie for second place on the night with the combination of Tom Shanahan, Caroline Murray and Mary Guest finishing 1:16 faster than their prediction while the trio of Christy Slattery, John F. Kennedy and Conor Gleeson finishing 1:16 slower than their prediction.
The individual title on the night went to Wexford native Mick O’Connor when finishing 2 seconds outside his predicted time for the 3km course.
Team Winner Roisin Kennedy (right) with sister in law Madeline
The second annual Borrisoleigh 5km will be held on Wednesday 8 July and already some of our local athletes are beginning to gear up for the event. On Thursday night last, 11 people ran the course which was paced by John F. on the night in a comfortable steady pace. If you wish to join the group any night, please feel free to do so. Just follow Borrisoleigh Track Attack on Facebook for details.
Over the coming months, the Tipperary athletics scene will be littered with plenty of activities to suit our Track-Attackers and further their efforts to get ready for our own yearly outing. All roads lead to Loughmore on Friday 1st of May for their annual 7.4km course. We would encourage all our Track-Attackers to go support this well organised event which also acts as a fundraiser for their local primary school.
Our Track-Attack events continue over the coming weeks and we invite and encourage all comers from the Borrisoleigh and surroundings areas to come along and join in our aim to promote physical and recreational activities in a friendly environment.
Follow us on Facebook to keep in touch with our activities.
Caroline Kennedy & Clodagh Ryan
You are Invited for Tea and Bikkies!!
In aid of Paws Animal Charity
Wed 22nd April
2-4pm in Biddy and Elaine Hurley’s
10 Pallas St, Borrisoleigh.
Working at maintaining and learning about our green school commitments. Doing a big spring clean of our school grounds. All getting stuck in!!
For more photos from the cleanup click here
Many congratulations to our U-14 hurlers and their management team on winning the North U-14 A Féile Hurling Championship.
Captain James Devaney receiving the Cup from North Chairman John Delaney
This was a fantastic achievement that has brought a lot of joy and pride to the parish.
Borris were drawn to play Kilruane McDonaghs in the semi-final. This was a hard fought battle and the boys had to dig deep. At the final whistle the teams were locked in a draw and extra time had to be played. The Borris lads found something extra and finished the stronger team, winning on a score line of 1-07 to 1-05 AET.
This fighting spirit set Borris-Ileigh up for the final in which they took on Nenagh Éire Óg. From the throw in Borris had the upper hand and went on to put on a most impressive display of hurling, showing great hunger and heart. The match finished on a score line of Borris 2-06 Éire Óg 1-04.
Following on from the great success of the Peadar Cummins tournament, it was a great honour to host the North Féile and many thanks to everyone who prepared the fields and facilities and also to the referees.
The boys now go on to represent North Tipperary in the county semi final. the time, date and venue are yet to be decided. We will keep you posted and your support would be greatly appreciated.
Our senior hurlers take to action again on Sunday 26th of April in Nenagh against Kilruane McDonaghs. This game will be round two of the county championship and a good result here will be vital to our chances of progression to the latter stages of the county championship. As it stands Kilruane have two points, with Drom and ourselves on one each while Burgess are on zero. A great crowd attended the game in Dolla against Drom and we hope to see the same and more for the game on the 26th. We encourage all members and supporters alike to make the effort to shout on the lads.
Our Junior A team had a fine performance against Toomevara in the second round of the league but unfortunately just came up short in what was a good tough match. Our Junior B team had a good win in the league on Sunday morning beating Borrisokane 2-18 to 0-11.
Best wishes to the Track Attack team as they embark on their “147” fundraiser. The funds raised will go to the upkeep and further development of the track which include widening, extra lights and an extension of the track to 1 mile. We ask that all people support this fundraiser as the track is a huge benefit to the community and we would to stay providing such a great service to the parish, but it is only with your help that we can do it. It is scheduled to take place on the Monday evening of the June Bank Holiday weekend.
The time of year has rolled around again and we are now preparing for our now very successful annual golf classic. Over the last two years we have had around 100 teams take to the fairways each year for two days of very enjoyable golf. This year the event will take place on June 12th and 13th. A team of 4 will cost €120 and tee boxes will cost €30. Tee box times will be available shortly.
Some ramblers enjoying the Devil’s Bit
Following on from our walk last Saturday on the Devils Bit we are again heading to the hills next weekend where we will ramble above Silvermines.
Next Sunday 26th April 2015, we will be going to the Silvermines ridge and around the Knockanroe loop.
Meeting at the rear car park of Shanahan’s Centra at 08.50hrs for
departure at 09.00hrs
Meet in Dolla approx 09.15hrs
BOOTS are a requirement.
Don’t forget a small pack lunch and rain gear.
Looking forward to seeing you for a nice weekend of walking.
The Borrisoleigh Scór Committee AGM will be held on Wednesday 29th April in the Marian Hall Borrisoleigh @ 8.30pm.
Helen Maher, Mary, Deirdre and Joe Lennon
Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Margaret Cowan, Marie McGrath, Aileen Óg Groome and Derry O’Donnell
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