Monday, August 19, 2013

 The following were €20 winners at the most recent Club Lotto draw which was held in Wynnes’ Bar.;-Martin Henry, Vincent McDonagh, Trevor Conroy, Michael Harrington (Snr), Cathal Horan and Christine Keane. The house prize was won by Barbara Ellen Regan. The jackpot wasn’t won and it will stand at €4,300 for this Saturday night’s draw which will be held in Mattimoes, with Team C in charge.
The U 10s are having a well earned break at present.
The U11s and U14s are currently preparing for and awaiting imminent announcement of fixtures for the Keenan Cup and Garda Cup fixtures respectively.
The U16s will play their re-scheduled Division 1 League fixture with Roscommon Gaels in the Abbey Park on Sunday next at 6pm.
The National Automation Limited minors will play an outstanding league game against Oran in Rockfield on this Wednesday evening.
The National Automation Limited U21s are in preparation for their upcoming championship.
The Cooney Motors/Cooney’s Centra Juniors will play Michael Glaveys in the Junior B Championship on this Tuesday evening at 7pm.
The McGovern Directional Drilling Intermediates suffered a three point defeat to Padraig Pearses in the O’Gara Cup Final in Tulsk on Saturday evening. It was disappointing that they didn’t collect silverware but they have ,nevertheless, had a great Division 2 League campaign and gaining promotion to Division 1 for next year. Congratulations are extended to Pearses, who are the only team that Boyle has lost to this season. The lads will now re-group for their upcoming Intermediate Championship Quarte Final in which they will play St Dominics on the weekend of 6th September.
Congratulations are extended to all club players (male and female) who got their Leaving Cert results and we wish them every success in their third level choices.
The Club also congratulates the Boyle Community Games U14 Relay Team,and Ruth Cox and Saoirse Wynne who all performed well for Co Roscommon at the Community Games National Finals in Athlone at the weekend. 
Sympathy is extended to the Rock family, Sheegora on the death of Ann Flynn, Kilmactranny, and to the Cooney Family (our Junior team sponsors) on the passing of Mrs Baby Cooney, mother of former player Seamus and grandmother of former player Alan Cooney.

Ladies Club
The Intermediate Girls went down to much physically stronger Kilbride side in the Intermediate Championship in Kilbride on Thursday evening. The girls fought bravely but the strength of the Kilbride girls and their experience of playing at a higher level told at the end. They will have a chance to return to winning ways when they take on Roscommon Gaels in their next championship outing. The minor girls are awaiting details of their next championship outing.

Go raibh maith agaibh,

Martin Dolan

P.R.O. Boyle GAA Club

086 2413529

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