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Published on November 5th, 2018 | by BoyleToday.com

Boyle GAA club weekly news

There was no winner of this weeks Club lotto jackpot of €7,100. €20 winners were Joe Simon, Padraig Clarke and Sarah Jane Kenny. The numbers drawn were 2, 9, 15 and 22. Next weeks draw takes place in Clarkes.

The under 20 team got their season up and running against a very strong St. Kevin’s Castlerea. The team was as follows:

R. Kearney, A. O’Connor, A. Simon, M. Kennedy,T. Henry, R. Conroy, J. Moran (0-02).J. Bolger (0-06), L. Casey,
T. Regan , L. Garvin, D. Battles, K. Morris, C. Deery (1-02), S. Mullins.
Subs: M. McGrath for Mullins (42 mins)
They now face St. Faithleach’s next Sunday at 12 pm in Ballyleague.
Many thanks to all who helped out in the Park for that game on Sunday.

Ladies notes

Well done to the U16’s who are through to the Division 1A Co Final. They beat a very strong Elphin /Kilmore team in the semi final. Well done to the girls and management. The final will be next weekend v’s either St. Brigids or Clann na nGael.  Details tbc.

The Minors play St. Brigids in the County Final on Sunday 18th November at 3pm in Tarmonbarry.

Additional News

Congrats to David Mc Kenna a member of the Cartick Hurling team which claimed a Connacht title at the weekend

A Careers Advisory Evening at Boyle GAA Club will take place this Friday November 9th at 8.30 pm in the club house and all welcome.
This is a new initiative offering our young players and their friends in the Community an opportunity to hear about College life and apprenticeships and the trials and tribulations of further education and training.

Our own locals who have tread the paths will be there to answer any questions, and we hope the evening will inform, inspire and give the opportunity to young people to hear more about further education and training-the varied routes /colleges chosen /challenges / and career options that are available to them.

Boyle GAA invite all 15-18 year olds and their parents (if they wish) to come along and hear the short presentations from a variety of professional and skilled young people who have chosen different career paths.

The unknown for many can bring excitement, but for others fear, thus hearing about college, apprenticeships and opportunities from those that have pursued these routes, will encourage our young people to aspire to achieve their full potential in their chosen career/interests.

The evening will commence at 8.30 pm and will be informal while informative. We welcome all young people GAA and non-GAA members alike. Please spread the word and mark your diary for Friday 9th November

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