Boyle GAA club weekly update


The McGovern Directional Drilling Senior Team played Fuerty in Round Six of the League on Saturday evening. Boyle came out with their fourth win of the season on the scoreline: Boyle 2-10 to Fuerty 1-11.

Boyle: Robert Kearney, Aaron Sharkey, Conor Flanagan, Adam O’Connor, Killian Cox, Marc O’Connor (1-01), Tadhg McKenna (0-02), Ryan Finneran (1-01), Kieran Cox, Conor Tivnan, Colin Goldrick (0-04), Dylan East (0-01), Jack Moran (0-01), Ben Keirns, Sean Purcell (0-01).

Subs: Brian Furey for Keirns (Half Time); Mark O’Donohue for Tivnan (44mins); Roch Hanmore for Kieran Cox (47mins) & Adam Simon for Sharkey (61mins).

The U14 Girls won their game versus St Croans on a scoreline of 2-05 to 0-06 but unfortunately their game versus Castlerea will need to be rescheduled.

Ballinameen forfeited their game versus the U12 Girls.

The U12 Version 1 sponsored Boys A game versus Shannon Gaels was postponed. They were unlucky to lose their game versus Kilbride during the week.

The U12 Version 1 sponsored Boys B Team had a great win over Elphin on Sunday morning. The game finished on a scoreline of 10-6. This team also won their game versus Western Gaels during the week 14-6.



The Cooney Motors Junior Men play Tulsk Lord Edwards on Saturday, May 25 at 7pm in Boyle.

The Cooney Motor U14 Boys play in the Division 1 Shield Semi-Final against Clann Na Gael on Thursday, May 23 at 7pm in the Abbey Park.

The U14 Girls are also out on Thursday and play Eire Og away at 7pm.



The Club wishes Daire Cregg a speedy recovery from the injury he sustained during the Roscommon Under 17 Championship match against Galway. Daire, along with his brother Oisin and cousin Cathal Feely contributed handsomely to the Rossies great win over the Tribesmen. All in the Club look forward to seeing Daire back to his great form in the near future.

Sinead Glennon, member of the Senior Ladies team, was on the panel for the Roscommon Ladies Connacht Intermediate Championship game versus Leitrim. The ladies won the game well and secured their place in the Final.

Aisling Feely and Isabelle King represented Boyle on the Roscommon U16 Girls A1 Connacht Final versus Leitrim on Sunday in Ballyhaunis. Both girls have been strong forces for both the underage and Senior Ladies Club. Roscommon beat Leitrim by 2.27 to 3.07 with Isabelle at full back and Aisling at full forward, congratulations to the girls.


Members from the Boyle GAA Executive attended a presentation on the One Club concept last week from St Dominic’s members in what was a very informative talk on the direction of Boyle GAA’s future.

Finally, we hope that all of the boys and girls that made their First Holy Communion in Boyle on Saturday shared a special day with their friends and family.

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