The Online Lotto was drawn on the 24th July , 2022 for €14,900. The numbers drawn were 4, 15, 20 & 31. We had 2 match 3 winners with Tom Commons and Rita O’Neill winning €50 each. The jackpot was not won. Thanks to all the shops, businesses, and pubs for having us on Saturday night. The jackpot was not won and now stands at €15,000 for next weeks draw, the 31st July 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
– National Automation sponsored U20 Men we’re defeated by St Brigid’s in Div 1 Championship, final score was 2.15 – 1.10
– U14 Girls had a strong win over Castlerea in Rd 2 of the Championship despite the tough playing conditions in heavy showers.
– U8 Girls were narrowly defeated by Northern Harps
The first round of the Senior championship will take place on the 5th of August in Abbey Park. Our McGovern Civils sponsored Senior team will play Western Gaels. We will be looking for volunteers for the evening to help out with managing the grounds. More details to follow next week. All support welcome!
The National Automation sponsored Boyle U20s will play their 2nd round game in the Div. 1 Championship against Strokestown Friday the 12th of August in Abbey Park. This will be their 2nd of 2 games with a loss to St Brigids already, this is essentially a knock out game. All support welcome!
Good luck to team and Management in their campaign.
Around the Club
Boyle GAA were delighted to receive sponsorship from an Anonymous donor towards the purchase of a new set of training gear for the Senior Mens team. We chose to highlight the GAA healthy club initiative and the Planet Youth project on the tops as the donor was concerned about the increased normalisation of substance abuse in society, and in particular, in the GAA family. Planet Youth is a public health initiative currently operating in Roscommon, Mayo, and Galway. It’s based on the highly successful Icelandic primary prevention model which uses an innovative approach to reduce underage substance use rates in Iceland, and it has helped to bring Iceland from the highest rate in the world to the lowest. The primary prevention approach will be used here to help improve health outcomes for all of our school-going population. Thanks to Emmet Major, the Planet Youth Coordinator, who joined us in the Clubhouse to speak with the Senior Team about the project. Boyle GAA are delighted to support such a positive undertaking of this nature. We encourage you to view further information about the project which can be found at www.planetyouth.ie.