Community Games Athletics County Final – Templemore Sunday 21st June. All athletes to be in Templemore Track at 10.30am for Parade. Competition starts immediately after parade.
Photos below were taken from the Parish Community Games
Boys U12 Long Puck
Boys U8 60m & 80m
Boys 100m & 200m
Girls U8 60m
Girls U10 100m
Girls U12 600m
Boys U12 600m
U12’s had a great victory against Portroe last Tuesday, winning 2-01 to 0-00. Scores: Danielle Ryan 1-01 and Emma Doolin 1-00. Well done girls. Borris-Ileigh U14 Féile na Gael camogie team will travel to Donegal to represent their club and county on Friday 19th June to Sunday 21st June. The girls are currently fundraising to pay for the trip, this is a great opportunity for the girls and the club. All support greatly appreciated.
Aoife with Declan Maher
Katie with Declan
Eimear with Declan
U14 long puck competitors with John Stapleton
Scoil Naomh Cualán U-11 (Hurling) Team A v St. Oliver’s, Clonmel,
Scoil Naomh Cualán U-11 (Hurling) Team B v Gaelscoil, Clonmel,
Scoil Naomh Cualán U-11 (Camogie) v Knockavilla N.S.
Scoil Naomh Cualán U-13 (Hurling) v Killenaule N.S.
Well done to all our pupils who have represented us so well in competitions at all levels this year. They have been a credit to our school, our parish and their parents. Sincere thanks, also, to the team mentors, local GAA and camogie volunteers and to all who have supported them in any way in developing their skills and talents through the years.
Ní neart go cur le chéile!
Youthful Drom speedster Conor Gleeson is the first athlete past the post in the Track-Attack Marathon Series as he can no longer be caught at the head of the table in the Tigers group and did so with the luxury of having three weeks to spare.
Conor is a tough and honest competitor that will leave every ounce of effort on the track each night and his never say die attitude is a joy to watch every week. He has dominated his group from the word go and is a very popular winner of the Series title. Some superb running last Monday night by 3 different members of the one family resulted in them all grabbing the leading spot of three different groups in the Track-Attack Marathon Series.
Jacqueline & Kate Minogue with Caroline Murray
Jacqueline’s daughter Kate has been one of the leading Track-Attackers within the entire Series. The clock simply doesn’t lie. On week one, Kate went from gun to tape in a time of 16:05. In week nine, she covered the same 2km distance in a time of 13:43 and as a result she has virtually guaranteed herself the Puma’s title. The betting have been suspended in the remaining 5 groups of the Track-Attack Marathon Series!! With 3 rounds to go, the destination of each of the 5 titles is firmly in the hands of their current leaders. Although they each have a title winning lead, complacency or missing a night could still see them piped at the post as there is still a healthy battle going on behind them in the chasers quest to create an upset.
Michael O’Brien, Daniel Madden & Tom Shanahan
The Track-Attack 147 Challenge proved to be a huge success and we would like to thank everyone how helped out with it in any way. Thanks to the athletes on the night who all turned up displaying the colours of the various snooker balls including a few cue-balls!! Thanks also to the people who turned up to support on the night and to those who bought and sold tickets.
The finishing time was 12 hours, 15 minutes and 6 seconds. Nobody predicted the time exactly but 25 people forecasted 12:15:00 so a draw was held and the lucky winner of the €200 was Jimmy Chute.
Track-Attack on Tour
The Track-Attackers were out in force at the Drom 5km recently in support of our near neighbours. A huge congrats to everyone who travelled on the night and performed brilliantly. It was a tough but enjoyable run and top marks to the organising camogie club for a job well done. On Friday night last, Tom Shanahan produced his best performance to date when dipping under the 20 minute mark for the first time for the 5km distance in Ballyskenagh, Co. Offaly. Tom clocked 19:53, a just reward for the work he has been putting in, in recent months. Michael Murray and Michael O’Brien also lined up on the night with both clocking impressive times in 19:22 and 21:27 respectfully.
condition. Finally we would like to thank all those who took part in the event and yet again helped to bring in much needed funds. A big congratulations to Donal Hurley and his team who won the event on a very impressive score of 106 points.
Junior Hurling: Our Junior A team begin their championship campaign against Toomevara this Saturday at 1:30pm in Toomevara. As always your support would be greatly appreciated. We are in a group of 5 along with Toomevara, Roscrea, Templederry and Knockshegowna. Two team will go forward from the group to the north semi finals.
Minor Hurling: Our minors begin their championship on July 1st against Portroe. They are in a group with Newport Gaels, Nenagh, Roscrea and Portroe. The team that tops the group will advance to the north semi final with the second and third place team will go forward to the quarter finals.
5K: For anyone looking to stretch their legs put July 8th in your diary as it is the evening we are hosting the annual Borrisoleigh 5k run. 278 runners of all ages took part last year and we hope to see even more this year.
So we are taking this opportunity to THANK, PAT KEANE, DECLAN MAHER and PADDY RYAN, for all their work, commitment and organizing of Track Attack and the success that it is. They have proved that men can also multi-task with all the different roles they take on each night at the track to give everybody a challenging and fun experience.
From all the Track Attackers
We say THANK YOU PAT, DECLAN and PADDY
This is the final reminder to have your name in to go on our trip to the Nicholas Mosse Pottery Factory and the Artboretum Home and Garden Heaven in Carlow on Tues July 14. The names have to be in by next Tues June 23 to any of the following: Fiona Max 087 2169150 Eileen Slattery 087 9849848 or Lucia Ryan.
There will be a meeting of members and those wanting to become members of the club on Wed June 24 @ 8.30 in the Community Centre.
Darragh & Ciarán Kennedy (Castlecourt) getting acquainted with some barn owls at a falconry display in Co Kerry.
Josephine Spillane, Rita Stapleton and Marion Spillane, all from Pallas
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