Monday, April 8, 2013

Wed. Evening:  Game change......Boyle U 16s' play Oran on Sat. at 7 pm in Oran.
The U14s lost away to Strokestown in the Feile competition on Friday last.
The Cooney Motors/ Cooney's Centra Juniors had a good win over St Michaels on Easter Monday in the Division 4 League.
The U16s will play Oran in Oran on Sunday next.
The National Automation Limited minors had a 3. 6 to 0.12 win over St Croans in Enfield on Tuesday evening last.
They were due to have played Padraig Pearses on Sunday morning in the Abbey Park but the game didn't go ahead much to the amazement and dissapointment of the Club. The pitch was prepared, the referee was present and the Boyle players were in readiness for the game, but the Club wasn't informed that there would be no game.

The minors will host Clan na Gael in the Abbey Park on this Tuesday at 6.30pm. 

The McGovern Directional Drilling Intermediates will travel to Kilglass on Sunday next to take on the home team in the Division 2 League (O'Gara Cup) at 2.30pm. Thanks to the intermediate and junior panel members and the management who participated in the St Mary's Carrick on Shannon 7-a-side blitz on Saturday. It was a successful and enjoyable event, with victories achieved over Melvin Gaels, Aughawillan and Mohill before finally losing out to Clane in the quarter-final.
All managers are again reminded of the importance of following the instructions of the pitch co-ordinator regarding the pitches that are to be used for training. The main pitch in the Abbey Park is not to be used and only the training pitches in the Abbey Park and in Abbeytown should be used for this purpose. 
All Club members (Adult and Minor and Ladies Clubs) are asked to come to the Clubroom on this Wednesday evening at 8.30pm to help with filling the clothes, that has been generously donated to the Club, into bags that have been provided specifically for this purpose. The Club thanks sincerely all who donated clothes.
The Club is again about to embark on the sale of its quota of County Board fundraising tickets. Details of the twenty one top class prizes are available on the County Board website. Tickets may be obtained from any of the Club officers.
Those who wish to have their training for use of the Club's defibrilator or those who wish to be trained for first-time training should contact Club Secretary, Kathleen Hanmore at 086 1229421.
Congratulations are extended to Club stalwart John Joe Nerney who reached another milestone birthday recently.
Sympathy is extended to Mrs Ursula Beirne, Ballymore on the death of her brother and to well known Roscommon supporter Tom Maye of Mayes Tavern, Dublin and Lecarrow, Croghan on the death of his wife Anastasia. 
Well done to all from the Club involved in the Roscommon teams at the weekend, especially to Cillian Cox who made his debut for the U21s. Mention must also be made of another Club debutant--Jonathan Lyons who commenced his Australian Football career recently.

Boyle Ladies;
Well done to the Boyle Ladies who performed with a degree of success in the St Mary's, Carrick on Shannon 7-a-side blitz on Saturday. Well done also to the U12 girls who won all three games in the St Michaels blitz on Sunday. Thanks to St Michaels for hosting this very enjoyable event.

Go raibh maith agaibh.
Martin Dolan/t.c.

P.R.O. Boyle GAA Club

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