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Published on October 22nd, 2018 | by BoyleToday.com

Boyle GAA weekly news update

There was no winner of this weeks club lotto jackpot of €6,800. The numbers drawn were 2, 5,  26 & 28. €20 winners were Luke Taheny, Emer Sweeney and Mickey Gaffney. Next weeks draw will take place in Dodds Bar.

It was a disappointing end to a quite successful year over all for this years Junior team. Having secured promotion to Division 4 league they faced St. Josephs in the final on Saturday. Boyle had a big squad to pick from and started with a strong team. Ill discipline and the conceding of too many goals left the job all to hard to the well coached defensive side of St. Josephs. Unfortunately there was to be no silverware collected on this occasion. Thanks to Stephen, Kevin and Micheal for there work and dedication throughout the year.
Many thanks to the Club members who assisted with parking , catering , preparation of pitch, scoreboard, lotto sales and clean up on Saturday also.

Elsewhere, the new lotto sales teams rota is being compiled and will come into operation on the 3rd of November.  The lotto is the Clubs primary source of income.  It would be great to get some new sellers.  The time involved is two hours every thirteen weeks.  And the night itself is very sociable and enjoyable.  So if you would like to  get involved please contact James O Boyle o086 8526329.

Date for your diary. Club AGM on Sunday the 9th of December at 7pm

Ladies News Update

Details of the Minor Championship Final  & U16 ladies  Championship Semi final tbc.

Underage News Update

The curtain comes down on Boyle underage season, with all age groups performing brilliantly over the season. Both U12 teams reached their respective semi finals. U14s although no silverware had a great season reaching Feile semi final and finalist in Division 1 championship. U16s finished of their season in style by clinching the Shield Division 1 title. The Minors capped of a great year on Friday when they put in an awesome performance by beating Kilbride with 4-18 to 0-6 to win the Division 3 Championship and won all their encounters bar 2 throughout the winter and summer competitions.  Well done to all underage players and coaches what was a great year and we look forward to next season.

 (Submitted photograph shows the winning Boyle minor team)

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