Wednesday, May 19, 2010


Not long now before our dogs are back in work.............I wonder if Summer will have arrived by then....

Last week I was mulling over the Cups after I made a Visit to see Adios Alonso........

Alonso is taking a summer break with one of his owners....Richie Maher..........and I must say he looks in great condition..........He heads the hugh list of top class animals that will be contesting the Cups this year

 Heres a few of no order

 High & Mighty

Brazing Serpent

Captain Dru

Carrowkeal Wally

Kyle Basil

Kerry Calling

Kerry Call

Drive on Guest
Mafi Magi

Mucky Eamonn

Lisloose Eoin

 Caesar Music

 Formcrior Wally

 Wilton Herald


Silent Turbo

City Deal

Stiff Test


thats just off the top of my head....roll on next season


RISE Rally in Cashel
There will be a R.I.S.E. Rally in Cashel, Co Tipperary this coming Saturday, May 22nd.
All Field Sports enthusiasts in Co Tipperary and adjoining counties are asked to assemble in the Main Street at 10.00am

And as a side note......Hiel Hitler !!!

Our beloved leader speaks again!!

The Irish Farmers Association (IFA) says that it was not contacted ahead of the classification of almost 5,000 hectares of Clare land as a Special Protected Area (SPA). Environment Minister John Gormley announced that the Mid Clare coast, an area of 4,641 hectares, would be given the new classification. This would make it by some distance the largest single SPA classification made to date by the Green Party leader, or more than 25 per cent of the total classification in 2010. However, Clare IFA chairperson, Michael Lynch, said that no consultation took place with local farmers before the classification was announced

Rest in Peace

The late MICK COWAN, Borrisoleigh It is with regret that we report the death of Michael (Mick) Cowan, Borrisoleigh who passed away yesterday, Monday May 17th.
Mick was a great supporter of coursing and he and his family extended a warm welcome to all coursing enthusiasts who called to Stapletons Bar in Borrisoleigh. Indeed Stapletons Bar were proud to sponsor the Working Members Stake at the local Christmas fixture.
Mick was also a fine hurler winning All Ireland and Munster club senior hurling titles with Borrisoleigh in the 1986/87 season. He represented Tipperary at minor, u-21 and senior hurling and captained the Tipperary senior hurling team for the 1972 championship replay against Cork. He also represented Tipperary at minor, u-21 and junior football.
His remains are reposing at his home at Main Street, Borrisoleigh today Tuesday from 4pm and will arrive at the Sacred Heart Church Borrisoleigh tomorrow Wednesday for Requiem Mass at 11.30am followed by interment in St. Brigid’s Cemetery.
Our sympathy to his wife Breed, his daughters Gina, Margaret, Marie, Joanne and Sarah, sons Aidan, Ciaran and Niall, his mother Johanna, his grandchildren, his brothers and sister and all his family and friends on their sad bereavement.
Go ndeana Dia trocaire ar a anam uasal