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Weekly News Roundup - Tuesday 23 Oct 2007

Tinryland Lose in Carlow Schools Finals

The Tinryland NS Boys and Girls Football teams both lost out out in the Cumann na
mBunscol Schools Football Finals in Rathcrogue on Saturday last when they lost out
to the impressive Borris led by Ted Joyce in the boys final and Ballyconnell who won
their 4th girls title in a row at Tinrylands expense.

Div 2 boys

Borris 1-12 Tinryland 2-5

Borris retained their boys division 2 title with unlucky tinryland their defeated
opponents once again. Ted Joyce with a personal tally of 1-8 starred for borris
throughout. The teams were level at 1-4 each at half time. Tinryland with a slight
breeze had scores from Eoin Fields 1-0 and adam murphy and diarmaid walshe 02 each
with ted joyce scoring all 1-4 of borris first half total. Much was expected of
tinryland in the 2nd period as most of the team had won u12 division 1 medals this
year.
However Borris added a further 0-8 with ted joyce 0-4, michael malone 0-2, james
kelly 0-1 and huff 0-1 all on target. Tinryland replied with a consolation from
diarmaid walshe and a ciaran townsend point.
Best for Borris were Kevin Mcdonald, Eoin Mcdonagh, Michael Malone captain, Ted
joyce and Bartek Zych. Tinryland were best served by goalie Adam Nolan, owan
O’Gorman, eoin fields, diarmaid walshe and fiach byrne.

Tinryland 1.Adam Nolan 2.Owen O’Gorman 3.Fiach Byrne 4.Cathal Costello 5.Brendan
Farrell 6.Adam Murphy 7.Diarmaid Walshe 8. Ciarán Townsend 9.Mark Lawlor 10.Jason
Curran 11.Eoin Fields 12.Pierce Hosey 13.Conor McGrath 14.Niall Scully 15.Daniel
Cumisky 16.Odhran Tynan 17.Dylan Reamsbottom 18.Peter Hennessy 19.Cillian Maher
20.Conor Nolan

Div 2 Girls

Ballyconnell NS 4-5 Tinryland NS 1-3

Ballyconnell made it 4 in a row in the Nationalist Cup final. Despite not being as
physically strong as in previous years they still overcame a strong Tinryland side.
Roisin Byrne opened the scoring for Tinryland with a well taken point but
Ballyconnell scored 1-2 without reply to lead by 1-2 to 0-1 at half time.
Ballyconnell added a further 3-3 in the 2nd half to run out easy winners.
Nicole scully added a goal for tinryland with roisin byrne adding 2 further points.

Tinryland 1.Erica Farrell 2.Denise Ryan 3.Lydia McNally 4.Teresa
Farrell 5.Aisleigh Farrell 6.Roisín Byrne 7.Nicola Scully 8.Shauna Curran 9.Aoife
Maddock 10.Shannon Farrell 11.Aoife Hayden 12.Shakira Aylward 13.Niamh Farrell
14.Megan Katie Curran 15.Tara Murphy

Reaching Out

Work is now beginning on this years Parish magazine "Reaching Out". Editor Maureen
Byrne, Ballybar Upper calls for submissions, articles, reports, photographs,
graduations which can be delivered to her or sent by e-mail to
mbyrne242@hotmail.com. The deadline is Friday November 23rd.

in the gerry farn tp was 6th in o45 and ew was 6thin 050- waiting for selection.
home int in stormont in november.

Telethon

A churchgate collection takes place in aid of this years telethon in Tinryland on
next Saturday and Sunday October 26th and 27th. All support would be greatly
appreciated.

Meeting

A community meeting regarding the re-development of the Tinryland Tennis Club
grounds will take place on Thursday November 1st at 8.30 pm in the Parochial House.
It is hoped that all organisations in the area will be represented.

Energy Saving Tip

As part of the Green Schools Programme, everyone at Tinryland National School is
learning about energy awareness this year. The school children
have learned that electricity makes our lives easier but wasting electricity costs
money and is bad for the environment.We all need to become energy aware.
Our energy saving tip for October is: the weather is getting colder and we all like
to be cosy but why not put on a jumper before you switch on the heating.

Grants

Application forms for grants for Physical Activity and Sport for Older People are
available from Go for Life c/o Age & Opportunity, Marino
Institute of Education, Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9. Tel: 01-8057733 or e-mail gfl@mie.ie

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