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Borris-Ileigh GAA News 04/03/2014

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County League: Well done to Borris who recorded a 4-17 to 1-04 victory over Cappawhite on Sunday afternoon in Cappawhite in the first round of the league. A full match report is available in the reports section. We have been drawn to play Holycross in the second round of the county league. This game will take place in Holycross. While no date has officially been set so far, it is believed that the match will take place on St. Patrick’s Day

Scór na nÓg: Huge congratulation to the Léiriú group who won the All Ireland Final in Castlebar last Saturday. It was an extremely proud day for the club and the parish as a marvellous bunch of talented young people brought huge honour to the club. Their work and their commitment over the past number of months has now paid huge dividends and huge credit must go to them, their mentors and the Scór committee.

Fitzgibbon Cup: We had good representation from the club at this year’s Fitzgibbon weekend held in Belfast over the weekend. Congratulations Tommy Kavanagh who was on the panel for the victorious WIT team. Well done to Vinny Stapleton on picking up a Ryan Cup medal with NUI Maynooth. Vinny had been playing full back for NUIM but unfortunately picked up an injury in the semi final and missed the final. Hard luck also to Dan McCormack who represented UCC. They were defeated by CIT in the semi final on Friday.

Walking Track: With the weather picking up, there will inevitably be more people using the walking track. We ask that all people respect the track and do not litter the facility. We also would like to remind people that dogs are not permitted on the track or on the grounds.

Membership: Membership is now due to all players and members. Registrars Martin Fahy and John Bradshaw and secretary Gerry Treacy will be taking membership. The cost for an adult player is €50 while ordinary membership is just €30. We urge as many people to sign up for membership. It is a vital source of income for the club and gives people a far greater chance to be involved with the club

Local News: For all other local news check out www.borrisoleigh.ie