Published on May 17th, 2015 | by BoyleToday.com
Boyle GAA club news
Boyle U12s had an exciting one point win over Strokestown in Strokestown on Friday evening in the U12 Spring League, Division 2. They will be in action again on Saturday next in the Abbey Park in the next round of this competition when they will take on Oran at 5pm. The U12 Division 5 team will play St Barrys also on Saturday evening in Boyle at 6pm.
The U14 teams lost to St Brigids in both the Division 1 and Division 4 games in Kiltoom on Thursday evening last.
The Lannon Motors/ Hankook Tyres U16s commenced their Division 4 Championship campaign wit a good win over St Ronans in Ballyfarnon on Friday evening last.
The Cooney Motors/ Cooney’s Centra Juniors also commenced their Junior B Championship campaign with a convincing win over St Faithleachs in the Abbey Park on Friday evening last. This game made history in the fact that two female umpires officiated. Thanks to Kathleen Hanmore and Mary Smith who answered the call and thus made their own bit of history.
The U10 Community Games team is scheduled to play Ardcarne (St Michaels) in the Abbey Park in the coming week. Date and time to be determined.
Don’t forget to look at the club website www.boylegaa.com to see how the almost 400 participants in the “Know Your Sport” sports prediction competition are progressing.
The Club is making another appeal to those who have been participating by means of direct debit in the Club Lotto, to check that their direct debits are correct and fully activated.
Those who have not yet subscribed to Club Rossie are advised to do so immediately as the draw will take place very shortly.
The Club is holding a used clothes collection in mid June and those who wish to dispose of such clothes are advised to contact Club officers to arrange to have them taken for storage in the Clubroom.
The Clubs (Male and Ladies Clubs) are pleased to announce that it will be participating in Operation Transformation, which will commence circa August.
Best wishes to Roscommon Seniors as they embark on the Connacht Championship against London in Ruislip on Sunday next.
Well done to the U12 Girls who had a narrow win over a strong Elphin team at the weekend. Congratulations to the Girls Primary School team which has qualified for the Co.Roscommon Primary Schoolssemi finals after great performances in Woodmount on Friday.
Well done to the Senior Ladies on their league win over St Marys in Tulsk on Sunday. They are now preparing for their championship which will commence in July.
Best wishes to Boyle Ladies player Nicole McDermott who gets married in the coming weekend