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Happy Friday. X
May 22, 2015
May 19, 2015
This in Sunday evening from The Maeve O’Doherty, Principal of Ballyboughal National School, who sez:
Following on from their great success in the Fingal Football League in 2014, the pupils of Ballyboughal NS are looking forward to another day out in Parnell Park on Tuesday, 20 May. The Senior Boys’ Team will play in the Division Four Final at 12.15 pm. A double-decker bus will convey all the pupils in the senior classes to see their classmates play in what we hope will be an exciting game. Having been promoted from Division Five following their victory in 2014, the players (trained by Mr Padraig McCormack, with the assistance of Martin Hughes and Colin McGlynn)are looking forward to bringing the cup back to Ballyboughal on Tuesday afternoon. Everyone in the school wishes our players the best of luck on this important occasion for the community. We also acknowledge the assistance of Ballyboughal Gaelic Football Club, especially Gerry Seaver and Caitriona Hoey.
Nice one Maeve for sending on the great news. Very best of luck to all the squad, coaches, crew and school on the very big day. C’mon the Boughal !!!
Above [l-r] : Tom Clements with Ballyboughal-ers Peter Donegan and Sean Conville.
This in from Ballyboughal fella Sean Conville who sez:
It was a few weeks ago that Peter, Tom and me [Sean] headed over to Inis Mor, the largest of the three Aran Islands to do The [annual] Temple Street half marathon. And it’d be great if we could note the great support we had from the following Ballyboughal based companies and groups who took out ads on Ballyboughal.net at a cost of 100 euro each with all monies going to Temple Street.
- Priority Engineering
- Ballyboughal Pitch and Putt Club
- Fingal Folk club
- Directing Media
- locals Kevin, Stuart, Deirdre, the Arthurs family, Ciaran, Kit and Aoife
- and Ballyboughal.net for their support.
We crossed the finish line.
Thank you all for your support.
On behalf of Peter, Sean and Tom
Find out more info on Temple Street
I’m putting this up because….. eh…. so I don’t forget the opening times.
On a side note….. No money exchanged hands for this advert. Nor was it requested. Not even a barn brack. I just like that we have a chipper in the village. And I’d rather it stayed open. It’s all good X
Slap bang in the middle of Ballyboughal. Directly opposite the pub.
On a mild side note, if you fancy giving Ballyboughal.net a little support…. we’re open to suggestions. Details to get in touch on the contact Ballyboughal page.