The Online Lotto was drawn on the 1st of May , 2022 for €13,700. The numbers drawn were 6, 11, 18, & 22. Match 3 Winner this week were Stephen Bohan, Karol Feehan and Colin O’Sullivan. The jackpot was not won and now stands at €13,800 for next weeks draw, the 8th May at 9pm. Lotto tickets are available at our local outlets in Elphin Street Dry Cleaners, Londis, Better Buy & Spar (Corrib Oil). They’re also available online on the Klub Funder website https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Boyle%20GAA/lotto
Around the Club
Thank you to all those that supported the Church Gate Collection for the Minor Committee over the weekend.
Big thank you to the SOLAS team who painted the stand steps and carried out works to the old dressing rooms in Abbey Park.
The Well and M Kerins sponsored Intermediate Ladies had a good win over Shannon Gaels in Div 2 of the League.
Cooney Motors Junior Men drew with Fuerty in the League on Friday Evening 1-18 to 3 -12
Well done to the U15 Camogie Team and Management on both hosting, and winning the Féile in Abbey Park on Saturday.
U14 Camogie team were defeated by Padraig Pearses.
U12 Girls drew with Roscommon Gaels in the Div 1 League in Abbey Park
U15 Boys will be competing in the Feile in Ballyleague, first game at 1pm (Monday)
Rise & Shine Superstars
Our Nursery programme will be kicking off this coming Monday May 9th – running for 8 weeks, from 5:30pm – 6:15pm. Registration is now open on www.foireann.ie for 4 and 5 year olds – your child must be at least 4 on the starting date. Note that 6 yr old boys are encouraged to register with the U7s boys team, and 6 yr old girls may wish to register with the U8 girls team or stay with the nursery group. If you are interested in coaching or helping out please contact Lorna on 0877767410. Looking forward to meeting all of our new Superstars at Boyle GAA/LGFA!
Our Cooney Motors Juniors flew off to a dream start against Fuerty on Friday evening with Colin O Sullivan and Conor Deery to the fore.
Strong running from Ciaran Cox in the middle set up Boyle for a lead of 1-12 to 0-4.
The Second half was a different story where Fuerty scored a goal straight off the throw in and added a further goal later on in the half going 4 points ahead with 5 minutes to go. Boyle Dug deep and tagged on3 points with Daniel Casey fouled 35m form goal. Colly O’Sullivan stepped up and the cool Cork man slotted over the equalizer before the whistle. Very encouraging performances from our younger players in Daniel Casey, David Flanagan Joe Coyle, Gavin O’Connor and Sean Garavan in Goals.
The McGovern Civils Senior Men’s team will play St Faithleachs this Friday evening the 6th of May in Ballyleague. Keep an eye out for Match details across the grades on our fixture Friday slot.
Well done to our club men, Cian, Donie and Enda on their win over Sligo in the Connacht Semi-final on Saturday. Roscommon scored 18 points from play with 11 different scorers including all 5 subs getting on the score sheet. It was a strangely quiet atmosphere for a championship match with just over 6,000 in attendance in Markievicz Park. Certainly, different to mid-summer games and it will be interesting to see how its tweaked for next year’s schedule. Looking forward to the Final in less than 4 weeks’ time in Salthill where we await the winners of Galway and Leitrim.
LGFA May Draw
The Roscommon LGFA May Day Draw will now take place on May 15th. There are 10 prizes and they include a set of garden furniture, a smart TV and a night in Hodson Bay Group. Tickets are €10 and can be purchased from Boyle LGFA Committee members.