Monday, January 7, 2013

Preparations are well advanced for the joint Mens' Club and Ladies' Club Dinner Dance which will be held in Kilronan Castle Hotel on Saturday night 9th February. The special guest will be a current All Star player. Medals will be presented on the night to the County Junior A Title winning ladies team and to the Boyle Minors who were runners-up in the County Division 1 Championship.The annual player of the year, club person of the year and the hall of fame awards will also be presented on the night. Tickets, at the very reasonable price of €35 are available from 10 persons representing both clubs. Their names and contact details are listed on the GAA Blog on . Those wishing to attend are advised to purchase their tickets early to avoid disappointment as places are limited.
The Club's (male) AGM will be held in the Clubroom on Sunday evening 20th January. Those who have not returned the nomination forms that they received are asked to do so.
The Club wishes to advise that a jacket, a lady's scarf and a bottle of wine were left behind in St Joseph's Hall following our successful quiz on 28th December. Those items can be obtained from Aidan Lavin at 087 2677865.
The Club extends its sympathy to the Brennan and Connaughton families, Ballymore on the death of Frank Brennan and to the McEvoy and Mc Keon families on the sad passing of Ann McEvoy, formerly of Leam, Boyle.
Congratulations are extended to Club players Cianan Conboy and Brian Supple and their respective fiances on their recent engagements. The Club congratulates Darren O' Connor on securing his first competitive outing with Roscommon seniors in the FBD League game on Sunday last.
Boyle Ladies 
The Ladies Club will hold its AGM in the Clubroom on Sunday next January 13th at 5pm.. The Club has had its most successful year to date, having achieved promotion to Intermediate status by virtue of winning the County Junior A Championship last year.The Club participated, with commendable success, in almost all the underage competitions. The number of age categories and the number of teams to be serviced is placing a substantial burden on the small group of dedicated officials and mentors and it would be greatly appreciated if those who have an interest in progressing ladies football in Boyle, would become involved. The Club appeals especially to parents and past and present players from the male club to provide assistance in coaching and management. Those who would like to assist are asked to contact Laura Gannon at 085 7298343 in advance of the AGM.
Go raibh maith agaibh,
Martin Dolan
P.R.O. Boyle GAA Club

086 2413529   

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