Congratulations are extended to Barry Feely who won the club lotto jackpot on Saturday night last, winning €2,800. The draw was held in the Patrick's Well were Aaron Sharkey was a €20 winner and Francis Bolger won the house prize. It will be at €1,000 for the next draw on Saturday March 18th which will be held in Kate Lavin's with Team D in charge.
Well done to Boyle Celtic on their great win in the quarter-final of the FAI junior cup, fantastic result.
The McGovern Directional Drilling sponsored senior team game against St. Dominic's was postponed due a recent bereavement in the St. Dominic's club.
The U-16 team were defeated by Clan na nGael in the Division one league over the weekend. They play St. Dominic's in the division one league March 19th in Knockcroghery at 11am.
The Cooney Motors/Centra sponsored Junior team play St. Joseph's on St. Patrick's day in Kilteevan at 12noon.
The Club will have a final wrap up of gaa registration on next Tuesday evening 14th March 8.00pm to 8.30pm in the club Room, following the U 8.s starting at 7.00pm. Registration is extremely important and is required for all adult players, non players, coaches, committee members and underage players.
Plans for our entry into the St Patrick's Day parade are well under way. It is hoped the club will be well represented on the day from our nursery boys and girls up to the more senior members of our club. More details later...
The club are holding a sponsors evening March 24th at 8:15pm in the clubrooms. All welcome.
Supporters of Boyle GAA Day Trip
Boyle GAA Club in conjunction with the GAA Social initiative is organising a project, the object of which is to bring together in a social setting, those who have been involved in various ways with the club over the years. The reality is that many people fall away from their GAA club and the connection that once was an important part of their lives dwindles. Our mission is to try to re connect as many of you as possible with our club in a social way. And don’t worry, we are not going to ask you to line the field or train the u-12 team (unless you want to of course!!!)
As our first initiative we are arranging a trip to Dublin on Friday 7th April. The Club is hiring the state-of-the-art Club Rossie bus for the occasion!
We are preparing a very attractive range of activities for the day. The focal point will be a trip to the GAA Museum in Croke Park, and a tour of the venue itself. This a real “must-see” for anyone with just even a passing interest in Gaelic Games, and we have no doubt that those who may have seen it before will be keen to see it again. The Croke Park visit package includes lunch at the venue.
We will then travel to Leinster House where a visit to Dáil and Seanad Éireann will be kindly facilitated by Deputy Eugene Murphy TD and Senator Frank Feighan.
The club will be making a contribution towards the cost of the trip, however we are asking for a contribution of just €30 from each person which will cover transport lunch and the tour.
We are offering you, as someone with a long connection with Boyle GAA, the opportunity to participate on this trip. We feel that the 2 visitor attractions chosen will be of immense interest to you. The trip will be a great chance to catch up with your pals who share a love of the club and the enjoyment of friends and old acquaintances.
As you will appreciate, the bus will be restricted to 50 passengers. For that reason, we feel that the fairest way of deciding on who should go, is by “first come-first-served” method. We therefore ask that if you wish to travel (and we earnestly hope that you do), that you confirm your intention to travel and to submit the €30 to either of the undersigned IMMEDIATELY, as once we have reached the bus capacity, we will have to close reservations.
(Please note that if you have a friend, spouse or partner who has no GAA connection they are also very welcome to join us)
Regards Martin Dolan Barry Lowe
Carrick Road Spa
The U-16 were defeat by St. Dominic's in the championship over the weekend. They play St. Brigid's in Kiltoom on St. Patrick's day at 11am and St. Mary's Sunday March 19th in the Abbey Park at 4pm.