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Published on June 20th, 2016 | by BoyleToday.com

Boyle GAA club news

Hilary Clifford and Thomas and Eoghan Furey were €20 winners at the most recent Club Lotto draw which was held in Dodd’s Bar. The house prize was won by Jack Morris. The jackpot wasn’t won and it will be at a new record high of €11,800 for this Saturday night’s draw which will be held in An Craoibhin. Team C will be in charge. Don’t forget that tickets can be purchased in most outlets in town throughout the week.

This is a special week for our Cooney Motors sponsored  U14 footballers as they will represent Boyle and Co Roscommon in the Féile National Football Tournament in Kerry, West Limerick and West Cork this coming weekend. This is a major honour for this talented group of players and their dedicated management team and we wish them every success. They will play 3 games in their group, two of them on Fridayevening (Coralstown-Kinnegad and Kanturk) and the other on Saturday morning (Kilshannig). All of them will be played in Kilshannig, Co Cork. No doubt there will be lots of vocal support for the boys. We request that Boyle or Co Roscommon “natives” living in Cork would come out to Kilshannig to support the lads.

The McGovern Directional Drilling Seniors went down to a superior St. Brigids in the second round of the County Senior Championship on Friday evening last in Kiltoom. Their next outing will be against Roscommon Gaels.

The Cooney Motors/ Cooney’s Centra Juniors have two Division 4 League games scheduled for this week. They are listed to play Clann na nGael in Johnstown on this Tuesday at 8pm, and they are due to host St Barrys in Abbey Park on Sunday next at 2pm.

The James Lannon Tyre Centre U-16 play Kilbride in the Division 3 championship this Sunday in the Abbey Park at 12pm.

The U-12 Division 1 team were defeated by Roscommon Gaels in the League final yesterday. Well done to all the lads and management on reaching the final.

The U-10’s were runners-up at a blitz held in Ballyleague over the weekend, congratulations to all involved. Please check Boyle GAA facebook page for team photos.

All Club players, members and supporters are asked to donate badly needed blood when the National Blood Transfusion Service visits St Joseph’s Hall on Wednesday week 29th June.

Ladies Football: The Intermediate ladies play Kilglass Gaels in the first round of the championship on Saturday June 25th in the Abbey Park at 7:30pm. Well done to the U-12 girls who defeated St. Barry’s in the Division 1 quarter-final. Semi-final scheduled for July 3rd. Details TBC. The U-14’s resumes training this evening.

 

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