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Our Cooney Motors sponsored junior team traveled to Strokestown Friday evening last to take on Tulsk in the junior B championship quarter final. It was a tight affair in the first half with Boyle missing many opportunities. At half time is stood at 5 points to 4. The second have saw Boyle come out of the blocks quicker and were more clinical on front of the posts. Kyle Suffin pulled off two great saves in the second half to keep the margin between the teams running out at a final score line of 0.12 to 0.6. Semi final details tbc. Boyle team K Suffin, A O Connor, C Boylan (c) C McGee, A Sharkey, C Beirne, R Conroy, M O Connor, A Simon, K Sweeney, T Regan, C Tivnan, T Henry, R Hannon and K Morris.
The U16 Girls were unlucky in the Division 1A Championship Final as they faced a very strong St. Brigids team on Saturday. Thanks to all the girls for their effort during the year and thanks to the parents for their continued support.

Underage Boys Result:

U14 Division 1 Championship Boyle were beaten by St Aidans

Fixtures:

Sunday 20th
U14 Division 1 Shield Semi Final Western Gaels v Cooney Motors Boyle 11:00 Venue – Nash Park

U16 Division 1 Shield Semi Final  St Ciarans v Lannon Motors Boyle 13:00 – Mulhern Park

Boyle GAA Club is delighted to announce that registration for the Nursery Club Programme will take place on Monday, October 14 in the Clubhouse from 6-7pm. Registration is just €25. This programme will commence on October 21 in the Sports Complex and is open to children who were aged 4/5 on 01/01/2019 and who will be 6 or under on the 31/12/2019.

There will be a public meeting at 8 30 pm on Friday the 1st of November in The Hall on the issue of transferring the Termon Lands from the Trustees to a group representing the sporting / recreational clubs in Boyle.

As we all know we are ‘land starved’ in Abbey Park and it is critical that the various units of the Club have access to more grounds as soon as possible

It is essential therefore that players , parents , coaches ,non playing members ,executives and officers make a special effort to attend the mtg. Representatives from the Dept of Agriculture will be attendance on the night to gauge community interest in the development of the Termon Lands as a community facility

The club are appealing for a large attendance on the night.

Lastly, Boyle GAA Christmas Dinner Dance celebrating the victorious U 21, Junior and Intermediate Championship winners of 1994 will be held in Kilronan Castle on Saturday the 14 th December

A great nights entertainment is promised with the fabulous band Ultrasound providing the music. Tickets now available

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