We are into the last week of this novel draw for the community as we approach the 5th of September with great anticipation for the main winacarandhoiday.ie draw. Tickets have been selling well and are being snapped up for this weekend. If you are still looking to buy one, please click on link and follow the prompts. Thanks to all the support locally, nationally and internationally and to all involved with the 2 Clubs. Keep an eye out for social media posts on details for the draw.
The Online Lotto was drawn on the 29th of August for €10,300. The numbers drawn were 10, 13, 16 & 19. The jackpot was not won and now stands at €10,400 for next week’s draw, the 5th of September at 9pm. We had 1 match 3 winner this week with Bernie and Maurice Mullins winning the €100. Lotto tickets are only available online can be purchased on the Klub Funder website. As always please use link here ( https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Boyle%20GAA/lotto ) and thank you all for playing and joining us as always.
We have had our last Nursey Night of the summer on Monday evening in what was a very successful introduction for the under 4’s and continuation (for our u5’sand u6’s) of our young stars in their sporting lives. Sincere thanks to all the coaches, officers, parents, transition year students and kids for making this a memorable 8 weeks.
Senior and Junior Championship
The McGovern Directional Drilling sponsored Seniors will face Michael Glaveys in the Hyde Saturday the 4th of September.
Cooney’s Motors Boyle Juniors play St Brigid’s in Boyle on Sunday the 5th of September.
All support very welcome in what will be a busy weekend on and off the field.
U17 Division 1 Football Championship: Padraig Pearses 0-3 Boyle 2-18
U11 North Roscommon League: Bolye beaten by Shannon Gaels
U13 Division 2 Football Championship: 19:30 St. Dominics v Boyle Venue: St. Dominics
U17 Division 1 Football Championship: 19:30 Boyle v Clann na nGael Venue: Abbey Park
U11 North Roscommon League: 11:00 Tulsk Lord Edwards v Boyle Venue: Tulsk
U13 Division 2 Football Championship: 11:00 Boyle v St Michaels – St Ronans Venue: Abbey Park
The Boys U17 teams made two wins out two in this year’s division 1 championship with a very strong performance after the long trip to hosts Padraig Pearses. Boyle registered the first score after a well taken free in the early minutes. Pearses quickly responded with a point to level the game with what might look like a well evenly matched game. Boyle were full of running and drive that put further 3 points on the board to make it 0-4 to 0-1 at the first water break. Boyle continued to keep points ticking over which brought their tally to 8 at break and Pearses trying to keep in touch with a score line of 0-8 to 0-3 to Boyle.
Boyle pushed on in the 2nd half and never took their foot of the gas, a notable passage of play before the 2nd water break was a fine turnover of possession in the middle of the park that put Boyle into a goal scoring position which was calmly put past the Pearses keeper to registered Boyles first goal. This made it at the 2nd water break 1-13 to 0-3. After the water break Pearses started to tire and having a man sent off, Boyle continued to pile on the pressure and the full-time whistle Boyle and notched up a further 5 points and a converted penalty to make it a fine 2-18 to 0-03 win for the lads.
Team: S Garvin, O McDermott, M Dwyer, M Halligan, O Henry, J Kennedy, C Kelly, D Duggan, D Berine, L McGrath, E Keirns, C McKeon, N ODonnell, D Casey, G O’Connor, N Callan,, A Magee, S Noone, T Walsh
The M Keirns Construction sponsored Intermediate Ladies defeated Eire Og in a great start to their Championship campaign on a score line of 5.08 – 1.11.
The Corrib Oil sponsored U19 Girls have continued their winning run in the League with a brilliant win over Clann na nGael, final score was 2.21 – 2.07. They will meet St Brigids on Thursday, September 2 at 7pm in Abbey Park.
Our U15 Girls made it to the Shield Final in the John West Féile na nÓg but were defeated by St Croans. Well done to all of the girls that participated, they were troopers throughout the day!
Our U14 Girls were defeated by St Michael’s / St Ronan’s in the North Roscommon League, 2.09 – 1.14.
Our U12’s met Northern Harps in Ballinameen to contest the Division 2A Final – the pinnacle of the year for this team who had lost just one of their fourteen games all year, their first of the season, against Northern Harps.
The girls started out well and won a lot of possession from the outset, this was enhanced with tigerish defending and pinpoint kickouts setting up our forwards. Paired with excellent support play, the scores followed, and Boyle led at the break 0.06 – 0.01. Northern Harps returned with all guns firing, their hugely admirable work rate left only the smallest of margins between the teams at the water break 0-6 to 0-5.
A long range score by R. Sheerin put a little more light between the teams. And a pinpoint pass found E. Fitzpatrick on the edge of the square, leaving her one on one against her cousin in goals – the ball quickly rattled into the back of the net. Northern Harps were denied scores by the woodwork & a brilliant save by A. Brogan and epic defending led by R. Casey, G. Moran, G. Sweeney, H. Fitzhenry, L. O Shaughnessy and L. Sheedy. U. Padimanskaite and R. Sheerin each put another score up before a final point from C. Coyle. Leaving the game at 0.11 – 0.05. Cue an ecstatic Boyle and heartbroken Harps.
Thanks to the large, vocal, supportive and appreciative Boyle crowd that made up our cohort on the evening. What an end to the season, huge thanks to the dedicated parents, backroom team and management behind the girls. We’re very proud of this achievement and hope to see them continue to play for many years to come.
Team List: A. Brogan, O. Rooney, R. Costello, R. Casey, G. Moran, E. Garvin, U. Padimanskaite, E. Fitzpatrick, R. Sheerin, C. Coyle, A. Cooney, K. Conroy, G. Flynn, R. Carroll, B. Kilroy, A. O’ Donoghue, K. Flanagan, S. Lannon, L. Sheedy, G. Sweeny, H. Fitzhenry (C), L. O Shaughnessy. D. Brennan, C. Kennedy and A. Tonry were missing due to injury / other commitments.
The Club would like to thank all of the volunteers that contributed to the success of the recent LGFA County Fixtures which were held in the Abbey Park.
Lastly, the Club expresses their sincere sympathies to the Scully and Roddy families on the passing of Kathleen.