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Published on June 22nd, 2015 | by BoyleToday.com

Boyle GAA club news

The following were €20 winners at the most recent Club Lotto draw which was held in Mattimoes;- Tom Commons, Dessie McLoughlin, Helen Cregg, Seamus Cooney, Neil Flanagan and Caroline Burke and friends. The house prize was won by Michael Shannon. The jackpot wasn’t won and it will be at €9,100 for Saturday night’s draw which will be held in Creighton’s with Team A in charge.
Sunday was an historical day for our U12s with teams competing in Spring League County Finals in Croghan. The Division 2 team suffered an agonising one point defeat to Strokestown while the Division 5 team were victorious over St Barrys. Thanks to the panels and management for their great work so far this season. Thanks also to all involved in providing refreshments for the boys when they returned to the Clubroom on Sunday evening.
The Club hosted a very successful Under 10 blitz in the Abbey Park on Saturday. Thanks again to all who assisted with the catering.
The Cooney Motors/ Cooney’s Centra Juniors suffered defeat to Kilbride in Kilbride on Sunday in the Junior Football Championship. They will be involved in Division 5 League action on Wednesday evening when they will host Kilglass Gaels in the Abbey Park at 8pm.
The Lannon Motor Repairs sponsored U16s will commence their Division 2 Championship campaign on Friday next in the Abbey Park at 7.30. The Club wishes to thank James Lannon of Lannon Motor Repairs, Forest View, Boyle for coming on board as sponsors of the U16s.
The National Automation Limited Minors played St Faithleachs in the Division 2 Championship in Abbey Park on Monday.
The U14 Division1 team lost heavily to St Brigids in Kiltoom on Tuesday while the U14 Division 4 team got a walkover from St Dominics in their respective championship games.
The McGovern Directional Drilling Seniors will play their third Senior Championship game of the season on Saturday next in Castlerea at 7pm when they will take on Strokestown in the second game on a double header programme. The Club would appreciate full support for this important game.
There will be training on Basic Life Support–Defibrillator (AED) training, in the Clubroom on this Wednesday from 7pm to 10pm. A skill for life. The Club encourages as many as possible to attend. Those wishing to attend should immediately contact Jan Flanagan at 086 0667163.
Thanks to all who supported the “Cash for Clobber” campaign. The Club will shortly be undertaking an “Operation Transformation” campaign. There will be more details in the coming weeks.
The Club Rossie draw is imminent and a final appeal is being made to those who have not yet purchased their tickets, to make contact with any of the Club officers.

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