Published on August 5th, 2019 | by BoyleToday.com
Boyle GAA weekly update
The Cooney Motors sponsored Junior team took on Tulsk in a division 4 league relegation play off, after winning well at half time Boyle won out the match on a score line of 4.9 to 3.8. Championship group stages are now set for the first week in September.
The U16 Div 1 Championship National Automation Boyle 1-9 Padraig Pearses 3-14, Boyle fought hard in this game and through injuries etc had limited numbers against what was a physically strong Pearses team.
The U14 Div 1 Championship Cooney Motors Boyle Roscommon Gaels 3-9 Boyle 3-5
Fixtures: Thursday 8th Minor Division 2 St Aidans v National Automation Boyle 7:00 pm Ballyforan.
Best wishes to Minor player Shane Hayden who picked up an injury this week with the club.
The U14 girls played championship match against Clann Sunday evening, they put in an heroic effort but with a depleted squad they lost by 8 pts on the scoreline 2-4 to 4-6.
The long road for the Roscommon Senior Men has come to an end with a great win against Cork on Sunday. We are looking forward to having our Club representatives – Donie & Enda Smith, Evan McGrath and Cian McKeon back to play for the end of the league, and Championship campaign.
Well done to the Roscommon Ladies Intermediate team who qualified for the All Ireland Semi Final by beating Kildare on Sunday. They now play the winners of Wexford v Meath on the 17th August – a special mention of Roisin Wynne and Sinead Glennon on the Panel and Gary Wynne, a Mentor.
Hard luck to the Roscommon Minor team who were narrowly beaten by Longford in the All Ireland B Final. We have great representation on the team in Maeve Brogan, Kate Harrington, Megan McKeon and Saoirse Wynne as well as Kieran McKeon in Management.
Finally, once again we add the note with a gentle reminder that dogs being on a leash in the park and attended at all times. Please take note all!