26 April 2017
Borrisoleigh Drama Group
Borrisoleigh Community & Development Association
Please come along in your High-Vis vest to help with our Annual Clean up on 26th April.
The effects of litter are many. As well as just looking bad; research has shown that people living in littered areas experience a poorer quality of life to those who don’t. Studies also show that littered areas suffer from increased crime rates and anti-social behaviour.
The environmental effects of litter include:
- Harm to our storm water systems, streams, rivers and eventually our seas.
On land wildlife can also become entrapped or die in their attempts to eat plastic bags and other types of litter left to blow away in the wind.
Litter also poses a threat to our public health and is often a breeding ground for bacteria.
- If every person in Borrisoleigh picked up just one piece of litter today, there would be over 708 fewer pieces of litter. Over a full year that would be over 250,000 pieces of litter.
- If you and your friends and family spend just 2 minutes from time to time picking up litter in your own area, you will not only pick up thousands of pieces of rubbish, you will also make a tremendous impact on your community.
Training, Delivery & Evaluation Course
Please find below a list of upcoming courses we are running over the next few months:
Borris-Ileigh Camogie Club
Seniors lost out to Drom last Sunday in the Senior League County Final. Although they led at half time (0-06 to 0-02) the play turned in Drom’s favour in the second half. Down Maria Curley at half time due to injury and Drom making some positional changes meant that Borris-Ileigh was the weaker team in the second half.
Final Score Drom-Inch 3-09 to Borris-Ileigh 0-08.
Scores from: Nicole Walsh 0-05, Alice Fogarty 0-02 & Mary Bradshaw 0-01.
Best for Borris-Ileigh Teresa Ryan.
Borris Ileigh Camogie senior team photo
PANEL: Emma O’Meara, Niamh McGrath, Avril Ryan, Julieanne Bourke, Noirin Stapleton, Teresa Ryan, Maria Curley, Aedín Hogan, Tara Mockler, Ailish O’Connell, Alice Fogarty, Nicole Walsh, Catriona Maher, Mary Bradshaw, Trisha Hogan, Aoife Delargy, Marese O’Connell, Sarah Louise Costello, Eimear Lyons, Jane McCormack, Sarah Kinane, Katie O’Meara, Cloda Scanlon & Kate Delaney.
U14’s had a great win over Kildangan on Thursday last. A tough and exciting game with great performance from this team. Final Score: Borris-Ileigh 3-03 to Kildangan 2-03. Scores from: Emma Doolan 3-00 & Dani Ryan 0-03.
Fri April 28th v Moneygall
Tues May 9th May v Burgess.
U12’s are training hard and play there first game on Tuesday May 2nd at 7pm against Slieve Feilim in Drombane.
U8 County Blitz is scheduled for Saturday April 29th at the Camogie Gounds, The Ragg.
Good luck to all.
Many thanks to all who supported our CLOTHES COLLECTION last weekend. It is much appreciated.
Camán Tipp Fun Run/Walk takes place from The Dome, Thurles on Bank Holiday Monday May 1st at 11.00 am. €10 Adult and €5 per under 16. Support your Tipperary Senior Hurling and Camogie players in a unique joint fund raising event. Stars from both teams will be present on the day to meet supporters and this will be followed by a Senior team open training session. Tickets available from any camogie committee member or by contacting 087 4380801..
Scór will make a presentation to Katie Shanahan in the Marian Hall on Wednesday 3rd March. All are welcome. We are hoping that as many people as possible will attend in order to give Katie a good Borrisoleigh send off. Katie will sing in the All Ireland Final in Belfast on Saturday 6th May.
Seán Ryan, Mountkinane with his cousin Michelle Black of Hastings whose mother Teresa Gleeson hailed from Glenbreda.
Michelle had just completed the London Marathon.
Seán pictured with his cousins Fergal Nolan & Michael Lynch. Michael had also run the London Marathon
Michael Lynch is from Durban, South Africa and his mother Nora Ryan (Gerry) is from Mounkinane while Fergal Nolan’s mother Mary Gleeson is also from Glenbreda. Congratulations on your fantastic achievement, and to Michelle for raising over £4,400 for The Sara Lee Trust Fund and the Julie Baird Chemotherapy Unit!
Michelle and Michael had great support from their family on the day including sisters Mary Nolan and Pauline O’Shea (née Gleeson) from Glenbreda.
Seán paid a visit to the British Museum to see the Bell Shrine of St. Cuileáin of Glenkeen
Borrisoleigh Active Social Club
The monthly meeting for May takes place next Wed May 3rd at 8.30pm in the Community Centre. New members are always welcome.
Public Basic First Aid Course
Five-night course, beginning Tuesdays from 25th April 7pm, with the option to add-on Paediatric / Child First Skills for a following two nights at Thurles Order of Malta, Bohernavroon, Thurles. Cardiac First Responder / Defibrillator, one-night course, 26th April 7pm. The new first aid for work, First Aid Responder FAR Course, three Saturdays from 13th May 9am. Contact 087 2390 111.
Keith Ryan from Tipp Top Tree Surgery giving his all as usual, with the development of the Remembrance Garden and Fairy Trail in Borrisoleigh.
Pic of the Past ………..down memory lane
A Familiar Sight in the 1960s
Aeroplanes landing at Garrane on Cooke’s farm.
Committee: Enda Ryan, Noreen Fahy, Marie McGrath and Derry O’Donnell
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