Boyle GAA club notes update
There was no winner of this weeks jackpot of €6,000. The €20 winners were Phonsie O Connor, Liza Egan and Bernadette Mulvihill. The numbers drawn were 14, 15, 31 & 32. Next week’s draw will take place in Clarkes Bar.
The Cooney Motor sponsored Junior team will play St. Joseph’s this Friday at 7.15pm in the division 5 league.
The club would like to wish senior players Cian McKeon and Ryan Finneran speedy recoveries from their recent injuries.
It was a winning week for the Boyle teams in action during the week.
The Minors made it four out of four with a bruising win over Kilglass Gaels/St Barrys. They have now secured a home semi-final spot and could go through straight to the final if they win their final league game which would see them top the Division 3 table.
The U12 Div5 B lads got their championship campaign off to a winning start with fine 7 point win over the Roscommon Gaels.
The U14’s had to dig deep for their win over St Brigids as both teams were hard to separate but Boyle edged it by 3 points in the end. That is 3 wins out for 3 now for the U14’s
Minor Division 3 Championship: Kilglass Gaels/St Barrys 2-6 National Automation Boyle 3-9
U12 Division 5B Championship: Roscommon Gaels 0-15 Version 1 Boyle 0-22
U14 Division 1 Championship: Boyle 4-12 St Brigid’s 5-6
Monday 20th – U12 Division 2 Championship Kilbride v Version 1 Boyle 19:30 Venue: Kilbride.
Thursday 23rd – U14 Division 1 Championship Strokestown v Boyle 19:30 Venue: Strokestown
The u 14 girls team drew with Clann na nGael in the championship in the past week.
Best wishes to Roscommon Ladies team and management, including Boyle player Roisin Wynne in the All Ireland intermediate semi final v Meath on Saturday at 1pm in the Hyde.