Monday, March 25, 2013

Mon. 1.30 P.M.
 Boyle teams will be in action in most age groups over the coming week.
The U16s will play Padraig Pearses in Woodmount on Good Friday at 5.30pm in the Division 1 League.
The National Automation Limited minors have a busy schedule ahead of them over the next two weeks. They commence a three game Division 1 League schedule with a visit to Enfield on Tuesday the 2nd of April to play St Croans at 6pm. They will play Padraig Pearses in the Abbey Park on Sunday the 7th at 11am and they will entertain Clan na Gael at home on the following Tuesday 9th April at 6.30pm.
The Cooney Motors/ Cooneys Centra juniors will play St Michaels in the Abbey Park on Easter Monday at 2pm in the Division 4 League.
The McGovern Directional Drilling Intermediates will play St Dominics in the Division 2 League (O'Gara Cup) on Sunday next (Easter Sunday) at 12 noon.
(All team Managers are advised that the Stations of the Cross will be held in Boyle Abbey on Good Friday from 6.30pm to approx 7.30pm and they are advised to take note of instructions that have been issued by text).
Boyle GAA Clubs are in the final stages of it old clothes collection project. It is intended that Saturday next from 12 noon to 2pm will be the final opportunity to bring bags of clean unwanted clothes to the Clubroom in the Abbey Park. All club members and players and the general public are asked to make a special effort to do a "spring clean" of wardrobes and donate any unwanted clothes to the Club. Those wishing to drop in bags of clothes at times other than on Saturday,may do so by contacting officers of the male clubs or the ladies club.
Congratulations are extended to all involved with all three winning Roscommon teams at the weekend, and especially to our Boyle representatives, Evan McGrath on the minors, Tadhg Lowe, Donie and Enda Smith and Cillian Cox on the U21s, to Donie and especially to Enda who made his senior debut on Sunday, and not forgetting the Boyle connections in the team managements.
Best wishes are extended to Scoil Mhuire, Strokestown in their All Ireland Colleges Final on Saturday next with our Secretary, Kathleen Hanmore being a teacher in the school.
The Club extends its sympathy to the Flanagan family, Croghan and the Beirne family, Ballinagare on recent bereavements.
Boyle Ladies.
The Junior Ladies secured their first league win of the season when they defeated Padraig Pearses in Woodmount on Sunday. This was a good team display in a game that was played in arctic conditions.The Boyle girls played with the aid of the wind in the first half and they went in at half time with a lead of 1.5 to no score. The Pearses girls availed of the wind in the second half to eventually draw level. However, Boyle scored some late points to secure a memorable victory for this new look squad. Team;- Sarah Keenehan, Dayna Farrell, Sinead Keenehan, Roisin Brennan, Shauna Moran, Maria Keenehan, Caoimhe Morris, Natasha Regan, Catriona Hanmore, Danielle Gaffney, Orla Nicholson, Anita Mattimoe, Edel Boyd, Danni McLoughlin and Catriona Lynch.  Training continues on Wednesday and Friday evenings.
Go raibh maith agaibh,
Martin Dolan/t.c.
P.R.O. Dept. Boyle GAA Club
086 2413529     

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