Published on April 28th, 2019 | by BoyleToday.com
Boyle GAA club weekly news update
National Automation and FAAC Minors had an impressive win last week. There was a change to original fixture as that their opponents Kilglass/St Barrys conceded late on in the day. St Aidans obliged by bringing forward their fixture against Boyle. Boyle were in control from the start and there was some sublime points being scored by our lads. The lads ran out clear winners on a dark evening in Abbey Park to win the game 2-18 to 1-07. Well done lads and coaches.
Tough luck to the U14 boys, who were narrowly beaten by Western Gaels in Frenchpark last week. Western Gaels started the brightest and registered a very early goal to put Boyle under pressure for the rest of the first half. Western Gaels went in at half time with a 5 point lead. Boyle came out at half time a better team and steadied their ship. Boyle got themselves on level terms and then led by point in the mid way stages of the 2nd half. Both teams traded the lead for the rest of game, but Gaels shaded it in the end with a slim one point margin in this division 1 encounter. Western Gaels 3-04 Boyle 1-09.
Minor Division 2 League
National Automation Boyle 2-18 St Aidans 1-07
Boyle v Kilglass/St. Barrys
Conceded by Kilglass/St. Barrys
U14 Division 1 League
Western Gaels 3-04 Cooney Motors Boyle 1-09
U12 Division 2 League
Version 1 Boyle beaten by Elphin
U12 Division 5
Version 1 Boyle 7-10 Roscommon Gaels 2-3
U14 Division 1 League Thursday 2nd
Cooney Motors Boyle v St Dominics 7:30pm Abbey Park
U12 Division 2 League Sunday 5th
Version 1 Boyle v Western Gaels 11am Frenchpark
The Senior Ladies won their League Semi-Final in Ballyleague at the weekend earning their place in the League Final which is to be played on May 11.
Boyle were off to a good start but their efforts were matched by their strong counterparts. The bench made great impact and the halftime score was left at: Boyle 3.05 – St. Faithleachs 2.05.
Boyle did damage early on in the second half and the outfits confidence grew seeing them out on top at the final whistle: Boyle – 9.08 to St Faithleachs 4.07
S. Keenehan (C)
D. McLoughlin (1.00)
M. McKeon (1.01)
S. Meehan (1.00)
S. Glennon (2.01)
K. Harrington (3.06 – 0.05 from frees)
A. Feely (2.00) for D. McLoughlin; I. King for R. Duggan and S. Keirns for Suzie Keenehan.
Best of luck to Boyle Club representatives part of the Roscommon LGFA Minor Team and Managemet – Maeve Brogan, Kate Harrington, Megan McKeon, Saoirse Wynne and Kieran McKeon. They will play the Connacht A Minor Final on Monday, May 6 V Galway.’
Reminder about Girls U8 and U10 training commencing on Friday, May 3rd at 5.30 in Abbey Park.
Finally, Boyle GAA Club extends its deepest sympathies to the Mc Crann family on the sad passing of Sandra
Sandra was a dedicated member of a lotto team for many years and an avid supporter of Brian and Jakes teams. Her friendship, lively wit and can do attitude will be remembered with great fondness
Ar dheis De go raibh a h- anam dilis.