Boyle GAA club weekly update

Club Lotto 

The Online Lotto was drawn on the 19th  of September for €10,600. The numbers drawn were 3, 6, 26 & 31. The jackpot was not won and now stands at €10,700 for next week’s draw, the 12th  of September at 9pm. We had 1 match 3 winner this week with Geoff Henry, our underage PRO Maestro winning the €100.  Lotto tickets are only available online can be purchased on the Klub Funder website. As always please use link here (  ) and thank you all for playing and joining us as always.


Senior and Junior Championship 

Our McGovern Directional Drilling sponsored Senior Men will play Padraig Pearses in the Quarter Final of the Roscommon Senior Football Championship on Sunday the 26th of September at 1.30 inHyde Park. Match will be all ticket as with all previous games. Looking forward to seeing you all there. The Cooney Motors Sponsored Junior team are awaiting out next fixture in the championship


Boys Underage


U17 Division 1 Football Championship: Strokestown 5-11 Boyle 2-16

U13 Division 2 Football Championship Semi Final: Boyle beaten by  Kilglass Gaels/St Barrys


Wednesday 22/09

U17 Division 1 Football Championship: 18:30 Boyle v St Brigid’s Abbey Park

Sunday 26/09 

U11 North Roscommon League: 11:00 Boyle v Elphin-Ballinameen Abbey Park

Tuesday 21/09 

Garda Cup: 6:30 Tulsk v Boyle in Tulsk

Thursday 23/09

Kennan Cup: 18:15 Boyle v Kilmore in Abbey Park

Sunday 26/09

U11 North Roscommon League: 11:00 Boyle v Elphin-Ballinameen Abbey Park


Boyle LGFA

Our M Keirns Construction sponsored Intermediate Ladies had another dominant game in their Championship campaign on Sunday, this time versus Castlerea with a final scoreline of 1.19 – 2.06. They will meet St Dominic’s on September 26 at home, and St Ciaran’s away on October 3 with the top 4 teams going through to the County Semi-Finals. Team Listing: Ruth Johnson, Suzanne Keenehan, Isabelle King, Shannon Kerins, Caoimhe Cregg, Saoirse Wynne,Sophie King (0-01), Ruth Cox, Roisín Wynne (0-01), Aisling Feely (0-06),Shauna Moran, Grace Flanagan, Natasha Regan, Kate Harrington (1-05), Michaela Ward (0-03). Subs used: Sinead Meehan (0-03), Heather Kerins (0-01), Niamh Beirne, Saffron Cull, Dani McLoughlin, Emma Scally.

The U19 Girls will play Clann na nGael in the County Semi-Final next month, fixture details to follow.

We wish our U14 Girls and Management the best of luck as they take on Shannon Gaels in the North Roscommon League A Final on Thursday, September 23 at 6.30pm in Croghan.

Our U10 Girls have wrapped up their 2021 season. We’ve seen a lot of development over the past few months and it’s safe to say that the future of Boyle LGFA is looking bright! Well done to all involved for their commitment, and special thanks to Management, Support Crew & Parents for keeping everything on track!

Roscommon LGFA are currently selling Confined Fortnightly fundraising tickets. It is €50 per ticket with 26 chances to win €350, if a purchaser buys their ticket from Boyle LGFA and wins, €150 will come to the Club. If anyone would like to purchase a ticket, send a direct message to the Boyle GAA Facebook page, or reach out to any Committee Member. The first draw has been postponed until later this month.

Boyle Camogie 

And just like that, the season has ended for Boyle Camogie Club. Huge thanks to all trainers, covid supervisors, parents, supporters & sponsors for all of the help and support throughout the year. Without all of the volunteers, our club would not survive, thank you all! See below a summary of our season:

U14s had a tough year but through hard work & determination, they secured a spot in the C Final. On a dark and wet Tuesday evening they took to the field and battled hard. However it was not to be, and Padraig Pearses brought the trophy home on this occasion. Congratulations to them & well done Boyle. You will be back stronger than ever next year.

Both of our U12 teams played County Finals in Hyde Park on Saturday. Our U12 Leopards had a great game against Tulsk in the E Final. There was a great display of skills from this group and they show great promise for next year, but Tulsk were the better team on the day. Our U12 Cheetahs played their hearts out in the A Final v St Dominic’s. Two very well matched teams meant it was a superb match & a great spectacle. The girls never gave up, it was a proud day for the parish, but sadly it wasn’t Boyle’s day. Final score 2-02 to 0-3.

Our U6/8/10s had a great season of training. They enjoyed the sessions every Wednesday and they’ve built some solid foundations to continue their growth in the game. Thanks to all trainers who kept all the girls busy all year.

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