Published on March 4th, 2019 | by

Boyle GAA club weekly update

There was no winner of this weeks lotto jackpot. The numbers drawn were 7, 11, 16 & 26. €20 winners were Trevor Conroy, Mary Gallagher and Denis Dodd. The jackpot now stands at €8,800 and next week’s draw takes place in Clarkes.

There will be a final registration night for the Ladies club on Wednesday March 6th from 7-8pm. This is for all girls from U8 to minor excluding the Nursery programme, registration for which will be later in the year.

The Senior Ladies had a win against Castlerea for the first outing of the season: 3.12 – 3.06. They play St Faithleach’s on Sunday, March 10th away at 11am.

The GAA Presidents Awards take place on Friday, March 8th. The Smith Family will be accepting the Dermot Earley Family Award in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the GAA. Follow the festivities on TG4 from 7.30pm.

Boyle GAA I’m A Celeb Get Me Out Of Here; Saturday, March 16th in St Joseph’s Hall. Tickets €25 and available now from Ladies, Men’s and Camogie club members.

Boys underage results:

Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Football Junior C League- Knockout Semi-Final

Abbey Community College Boyle 5-12 Our Lady`s College Belmullet(2-8)


Connacht GAA Post Primary Schools Football Junior C League Final

Tuesday 5th March 1:30 pm

Abbey Community College Boyle v Strokestown Venue: Elphin

U14 Division 1 League

Saturday 9th March 10:30

Boyle v Eire Óg/Michael Glaveys Venue: James Timothy Park

U16 Division 1 League

Sunday 10th March 11:00

Pádraig Pearses v Boyle Venue: Pairc an Phiarsaigh

Congratulations to our own Abbey Community College boys Junior team who progress to the Connacht Schools final on Tuesday. They played their semi-final last Tuesday and had an emphatic 15 points win over Our Lady’s College Belmullet.

They now play Strokestown in an all Roscommon Connacht final in Elphin throw in at 1:30 on Tuesday. Boyle GAA wish the lads and their coach Mr Greaney good luck and bring home the silverware.


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