Monday, August 8, 2022

Update 8th August

 Lotto Results 

The Online Lotto was drawn on August 7, 2022 for €15,100.    

The numbers drawn were 10, 12, 29 & 31.  

We had no match 3 winner, and the jackpot was not won. The jackpot now stands at €15,200 for next week's draw on August 14 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    

McGovern Civils Senior Men 

Our McGovern Civils Senior Men made the ideal start to their Senior Championship campaign with a four-point victory over Western Gaels at Abbey Park on Friday evening. Boyle had the perfect start - scoring three goals and two points to Western Gaels two points in the opening fifteen minutes. Daire Cregg scored two goals and a point, while Donie Smith raised the third green flag. Dylan East scored Boyle’s other point. Following a Western Gaels free, further points from Cian McKeon and Donie Smith stretched the margin further as Boyle held a 3.04 to 0.3 lead at half-time.  

Western Gaels began the second half the stronger scoring a goal and a couple of points. However, midfielders Roch Hanmore and Cathal Feely began winning the middle sector which provided Boyle the platform to wrap up the victory. Cian McKeon (4) and Daire Cregg increased their personal tallies which insured the Frenchpark-based side could not claw back the margin. 3 further points from Daire Cregg and a brilliant strike from distance from Colin Goldrick ensured victory for Boyle.  

Team: R. Kearney; L. Glennon, C. Flanagan, D. Casey; T. McKenna, S. Purcell, D. East; R. Hanmore, C. Feely; C. McKeon, E. McGrath, O. Cregg; D. Cregg, D. Smith (C), C. Goldrick.  

Subs used: K. Cox, M. O'Connor, and E. Kerins. 

The Well & M Kerins sponsored Intermediate Ladies 

The Ladies had a well-deserved win over Éire Óg on a beautiful Friday evening in Loughglinn to kick off their Championship campaign. Huge thanks to Kieran Feely as always for a well-written and enjoyable write-up of the game, read more on kieranfeelymedia.com. 

This team is really starting to hit their stride with lots of young blood maturing into the squad nicely. They worked hard for each other from start to finish and they suitably rounded off the scoring at 5.16 to 1.08. The best is yet to come for this young team and we’re looking forward to seeing them progress this season. 

 Team: R. Johnson, S. Kerins, I. King, N. Beirne, S. Keenehan (C), R. Cox, M. McKeon (0-01), G. Flanagan (0-1), R. Wynne (1-02), H. Kerins, A. Feely (1-08, one free), M. Ward (0-1), A. Roddy (2-01), K. Harrington (0-1), N. Regan (1-02).  

Subs used: C. Roddy. 

Cooney Motors Junior Men 

The clash between our Cooney Motors Junior Men and our neighbours from Ballinameen in Round One of the Championship was highly anticipated - and it did not disappoint! It was clear that this game was set to be physical from the start, and it was a great learning curve for our younger players. David Flanagan popped 3 points, and Mark O’Donohoe, Colin O’Sullivan and Niall O’Donnell all kicked fine scores with the aid of the wind. At halftime, our men were on the up on a scoreline of 0.11 to 1.04.  

Ballinameen found a gear and improved in the second half with 2 crucial goals with one from the penalty spot. There were fine displays from Tadhg Lowe, David Callaghan, Colin O’Sullivan, Niall O’Donnell and David Flanagan. Aaron Sharkey also had a huge clearance off the line in the dying moments. Boyle were 2 points down with minutes to go and found the goal they were looking for from a well-worked move assisted by Connor Deery and fisted into the net by Callaghan. With that we were a point up in injury time but Ballinameen got a free from midfield. They sent it in long, and it was flicked on and over the bar. And on that note came the final whistle, and both teams ended up sharing the spoils for the opening round. Final score from a sunny Nash Park in Frenchpark was 1.15 to 3.09. 

Team: S. Garavan, N. Brennan (C), C. Beirne, J. Coyle, D. Valentine, D. Flanagan, L. Casey, K. Cox, T. Lowe, J. Sweeney, M. O’Donohoe, C. Deery, N. O’Donnell, C. O’Sullivan, M. O’Connor. 

Subs used: D. Callaghan, A. Sharkey, S. Kane, L. McGrath, D. Duggan 

Underage Results 

- U17 Boys had a well-earned win over St Brigids in Div 2 of the Championship  

- U16 Girls were defeated by St Croans in Div 2 of the Championship 

- U15 Boys had a narrow loss against Strokestown in Div 3 of the Championship 

- U14 Girls took on St Brigids in the Div 2 Championship Quarter Final on Sunday evening and despite their trojan efforts they were sadly defeated. 

- U13 Boys had a narrow loss to Clann na nGael in Div 4 Championship 

U20 Football Championship Second Round 

Our u20 footballers will face Strokestown in the 2nd and final round of their Championship qualifiers. 

Throw in at 7.30pm Friday Evening at Abbey Park. Good luck to all involved. 

Last Man Standing 

It’s back by popular demand. Search Boyle GAA on Klubfunder to enter. Cost of entry is €10 and the winner will walk away with €500! So put your association football knowledge to the test and enter today. Entries must be submitted before Friday. 

Around the Club 

- Shout out and thanks to David Mc Keon, Painting Contractor, for giving the goal posts in Abbey Park a glow up as we kick off Championship Season. Thanks are also due to Bernard & Michael for fitting the new nets, as well as the Solas team for all of their hard work around the Clubs Grounds. It looked amazing.  

- The Boyle Camogie & Hurling Cúl Camp was a great success this week. It was a pleasure to mentor these rising stars and see their skill level and confidence grow throughout the sessions! 

Photo Links 

https://bernieofarrell.zenfolio.com/p644698633 

- Senior Championship Compliments of Bernie O’Farrell  

 - The Well & M Kerins sponsored Boyle Intermediate Ladies v Eire Og | Rd 1 Championship | 05.08.22 | https://we.tl/t-Q0ZE0UcOFc 

Credit - Devin Finneran, Boyle LGFA PRO 

 - Cooney Motors Junior Men v Ballinameen | Rd 1 Championship | 07.08.22 | https://we.tl/t-dOgnBeenMc 

Credit - Devin Finneran, Boyle LGFA PRO 

 


Monday, August 1, 2022

Update 1st August

 Lotto Results

The Online Lotto was drawn on July 31, 2022 for €15,000.   

The numbers drawn were 14, 16, 18 and 32. We had no match 3 winner, and the jackpot was not won. The jackpot now stands at €15,100 for next week's draw on August 7 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 by searching Boyle GAA. Thanks to all the shops, businesses, and pubs around the town for having us - we greatly appreciate it!  

Match Results

U17 Boys were defeated by Kilmore / Shannon Gaels in Div 2 Championship

U16 Girls were defeated by Eire Og in the second round of the Div 2 Championship on a scoreline of 4.03 to 5.05.

U14 Girls were defeated by St Barry's in the third round of the Div 2 Championship  

U12 Camogie Cheetahs were narrowly defeated by Padraig Pearses

U12 Leopards were defeated by Roscommon Gaels

U10 Girls drew with St Michaels

Match Fixtures - Championship Season, all support welcome!

McGovern Civils sponsored Senior Men meet Western Gaels in the first round of the Championship on Friday, August 5 at 8pm in Abbey Park

On the same evening, The Well & M Kerins sponsored Intermediate Ladies also kick off their Championship campaign versus Éire Óg at 7.30pm in Loughlynn.

The Cooney Motors Junior Men take on Ballinameen in the Championship in Nash Park on Sunday, August 7 at 4.30pm. This clash with our neighbours is not to be missed!

Underage

The U16 Girls meet St Croans on Tuesday, August 2 in Div 2 of the Championship at 7pm away.

The U17 Boys play St Brigid’s on Wednesday, August 3 in Div 2 Championship at 7.30pm in Abbey Park.

On Thursday, August 4, our U15 Boys meet Strokestown in Div 3 Championship at 7.15pm in Strokestown, and our U13 Boys meet Clann na nGael in Div 4 Championship at 7.15pm in Johnstown

Around the Club

We were delighted to receive the Texaco Support for Sport initiative in Roscommon. David Kelly, Chairperson of Boyle GAA was joined by members of the Minor Club to receive the €5,000 cheque from Emer Cooney (Texaco Dealer), Eugene Coyne (Valero Area Sales Manager) and Michael Honan (Valero Regional Sales Manager) at Cooney Motors. Combined, Boyle GAA Club, Boyle LGFA Club and Boyle Camogie Club cater for a diverse membership in excess of 600, spanning age groups from our nursery programmes up to senior teams. This money has been allocated to developing our facilities including the recent construction of our wheelchair section for supporters to view matches and training sessions.


Monday, July 25, 2022

Lotto Results 

The Online Lotto was drawn on the 24th July , 2022 for €14,900.   

The numbers drawn were 4, 15, 20 & 31 

 The jackpot was not won. There were 2 match 3 winners with Tom Commons and Rita O'Neill winning €50 each. 

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    

 

Match Results 

- 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 

 

Match Fixtures 

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. 

 

- It was a pleasure to host the ZuCar LGFA All Ireland Minor ‘B’ Championship Semi Final between Sligo and Longford on July 20th. Thank you to everyone that helped in getting the pitch and grounds prepped ahead of the game including members of the Boyle LGFA and Boyle GAA Committees. 


Sunday, July 17, 2022

Update 18th July

 Lotto Results 

The Online Lotto was drawn on the 17th July , 2022 for €14,800.   

The numbers drawn were 3 , 14 ,28 & 31 

We had no matching 3 winner.  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 €14,900 for next weeks draw, the 24th  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    

Match Results 

- Our Cooney Motors Junior Men won their AFL Division 4 Relegation Play-Off versus St Joseph’s at home with a final score of 2.14 to 0.09. 

- Our U14 Girls clocked up their first win of the Championship versus Oran, leaving the field on a score line of 1.09 - 1.02. They will now meet Castlerea next Sunday, July 24 at 6pm in Abbey Park.  

- U13 Div 2 Boys had a great win over Kilbride, final score was 1.14 to 3.02. 

- U13 Div 4 Boys were narrowly defeated by Padraig Pearses  

- The U12 Camogie teams were narrowly defeated by strong opponents last week, the Leopards met Tulsk whilst the Cheetahs met Four Roads. 

Match Fixtures 

The National Automation  sponsored Boyle U20s open their campaign in the  Div. 1 Championship against St Brigids this Saturday the 25th of July in Kiltoom. Throw in at 6pm. This will be their 1st of 2 games with the  Strokestown  game on August 10th (Details TBC). There are 6 teams in Division 1 this year with 2 groups of 3 -  straight semi-final places up for grabs  from top 2 teams in each group. The Latter stages will be held after the senior championship. 

Good luck to team and Management in their campaign. 


Sunday, July 10, 2022

 Lotto Results

The Online Lotto was drawn on the 10th of July, 2022 for €14,800. The numbers drawn were 5, 15, 26 & 28. Gary Wynne & Margaret Grennan were our match 3 winners and the jackpot was not won. Thanks to all the shops, businesses, and pubs for having us on Saturday night.  

The jackpot now stands at €14,900 for next week's draw taking place on Sunday, 17th of 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 by searching Boyle GAA on the Klub Funder website and in the pubs on Saturday night via our lotto teams.

Match Results

Boyle GAA

Congratulations to all involved with our McGovern Civils Snr Men on their fantastic win over neighbours Western Gaels in the Roscommon GAA O'Rourke Cup Division 1 Final. Read all about it in the next section. Special thanks to Ballinameen GAA for hosting, the pitch and facilities were in top quality condition.

U13 Boys were narrowly defeated  Roscommon Gaels in the Div 4 League in Abbey Park

Boyle LGFA

U19 Girls had a brilliant win against Kilbride in the Div 2 League

U10 Girls drew with Western Gaels

Boyle Camogie

U12 Camogie Leopards were narrowly defeated by Athleague

U12 Camogie Cheetahs had a great win over Tulsk

Boyle Hurling 

Boyle Hurling Club hosted an U7 / U9 blitz on Saturday morning and hosted teams from Four Roads, St Dominic’s and Athleague. Well done to all of the players, parents and coaches - and thanks to all those that sorted the refreshments afterwards, you did the Club proud.

O’Rourke Cup Final - Match Report

Congratulations to our McGovern Civils Senior Men following their three-point Division 1 League Final victory over Western Gaels in Ballinameen on Sunday afternoon.

Boyle made the brighter start to the game, with Donie Smith (2) and Cian McKeon (a mark) ensuring a three-point lead after just five minutes. Western Gaels responded with a free. A minute later, Boyle looked to be in for a certain goal, however, Western Gaels prevented Donie Smith’s goal-bound shot from hitting the back of the net and sent the ball out for a 45. Cathal Feely’s resulting 45 gave Boyle a three-point advantage once more. A Western Gaels free was sandwiched between two Colin Goldrick points on 15 minutes. A point apiece from Niall Higgins and Luke Hester for Western Gaels caused some worry for Boyle before some vital defending by Killian Cox and Oisín Cregg dispossessed a Western Gaels attack. Cregg’s pass found Colin Godrick, who was at his accurate best. Donie Smith (a free) and Dylan East rounded off the first scoring as Boyle held a three-point lead at half-time nine points to six. 

Two Western Gaels frees early in the second half put the margin at one before Cian McKeon steadied the nerves of the large Boyle support with a well-taken free. Colin Goldrick raised the white flag once again before Oisín Cregg’s left-footed strike split the uprights. Western Gaels kept plugging away with points from play and placed balls. On 57 minutes, Luke Glennon’s hanging shot was gathered by Killian Cox on the 21-yard line. Cox was fouled for a free which Donie Smith made no mistake in converting. 


Western Gaels once again scored from play as the game entered five minutes of injury time. They looked to be in for a certain goal two minutes into the additional period, however Conor Flanagan judged the final pass to perfection to prevent it. Play continued, and Boyle launched an attack of their own with Colin Goldrick winning and scoring a mark. Western Gaels had their last score of the game on 63 minutes before Boyle’s Goldrick (from play) rounded off his and the afternoon’s scoring with a delicate effort from 30 metres to ensure a three-point victory.

Boyle Team: R. Kearney; L. Glennon, C. Flanagan, D. Casey; Killian Cox, T. McKenna, D. East (0-1); R. Hanmore, C. Feely (0-1, a 45); M. O’Connor, E.McGrath, O. Cregg (0-1); C. Goldrick (0-6, 1 mark), D. Smith (0-5, 2 frees), C. McKeon (0-2, 1 free, 1 mark). Subs used: J. Moran for O’Connor (54 mins), Kieran Cox for Hanmore (58 mins), D. Flanagan for McKenna (58 mins). With: S. Garavan, C. Deery, M. O’Donohoe, M. O’Connor, N. Brennan, J. Sweeney, E. Kerins, C. O’Sullivan, J. Coyle, G. O’Connor, L. McGrath, L. Casey.

Around the Club

Commiserations to Róisín, Saoirse Wynne and the Roscommon Ladies team following their All-Ireland Intermediate Championship semi-final defeat on Sunday

The club would like to extend sympathies to the Candon family on the passing of Michael. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Boyle GAA would also like to extend sympathies with the Naughton and Kerr families following the passing of Archie.


Monday, July 4, 2022

Update 4th July

 Lotto Results 

The Online Lotto was drawn on the 3rd July , 2022 for €14,600.   

The numbers drawn were 4 , 24 ,26 & 28 

We had no matching 3 winner.  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 €14,700 for next weeks draw, the 10th  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    

Match Results 

O’Rourke Cup Semi Final 

Boyle 1-08 Clan na nGael 0-10. 

Boyle Camogie 

- Congratulations to the Flo U14 Camogie Team and all involved on their historic win in Abbey Park last week when they overcame Athleague to win the County Title! They’re only starting to get into their stride, watch this space!  

- U12 Cheetahs had a great win over Roscommon Gaels 

- U12 Leopards were defeated by St. Dominics 

Rise & Shine Superstars 

As we had to postpone last weeks nursery, Our Nursery programme had their last nursery training on Monday evening.  Even in such a short time, we have seen such improvement on the children’s basic skills and it isn’t just down to the coaching on the day its down to the parents and children during the week practicing what your coaches have showed them and being better at it the following week. Thanks to Lorna Hanmore for her great work in organising this again this year and her team of coaches , the 60 + kids and their parents.  

O’Rourke Cup Semi-Final 

Our McGovern Civils Snr Men qualified the O'Rourke Cup Division 1 final following a one-point victory over Clan na nGael in Rockfield on Saturday evening.  

Clan opened scoring with a point from play and quickly followed up by taking advantage of two frees - but then the tables turned and we took advantage. Donie Smith popped his first free over with 7 minutes gone and that was the catalyst for Boyle's performance thereafter.  

Dylan East and Mark O'Connor both split the uprights before Colin Goldrick added three points of his own (two from frees and one from play) just before half-time. 

Boyle held a two-point lead at the interval 6 points to four. 

It was Clan who scored the first point of the second half to reduce the margin. 

However, two Donie Smith frees stalled the South Roscommon club's comeback. 

Following excellent defending from the Boyle backs in which they won possession in the Boyle half of the pitch, Mark O’Donoghue put through a pass to Killian Cox, who was fouled inside the 13-metre line and so a penalty was awarded to Boyle. 

The resulting penalty was emphatically dispatched by Donie Smith. 

Clan added three frees and a point from play in response, but it was not enough to claw back the margin as Boyle held for a one-point victory.  

Full Time score: Boyle 1-08 Clan na nGael 0-10. 

Team List: R. Kearney; L. Glennon, E. McGrath, D. Casey; Killian Cox, T. McKenna, D. East (0-01); R Hanmore, C Feely; Mark O’Connor (0-01), Marc O’Connor, O. Cregg; C. Goldrick (0-03 - 2 frees), D. Smith (1-03 - 1 penalty, 3 frees), C. Deery;  

Substitutes: M. O’Donohoe for Deery and D Flanagan for Marc O’Connor.  

Division 1 O’Rourke Cup Final 

The McGovern Civils Senior Men O'Rourke Cup Division 1 Final against Western Gaels will take place on Sunday, July 10 in  Davonna Park, Ballinameen at 1pm. 

All support welcome on Sunday!  Hats, flags and Head bands! 


Monday, June 13, 2022

Update 13th June

Lotto Results 

The Online Lotto was drawn on the 12th of June , 2022 for €14,300.   

The numbers drawn were 5 , 9 ,20 & 26 

We had 1 matching 3 winner with  Tom Roddy winning €100.  The jackpot was not won. 

(( The jackpot was not won and now stands at €14,400 for next weeks draw, the 19th June at 9pm. ))  

The club is putting together lotto teams again and will have a roster of every 4 months for teams so its not very frequent and will help out the club. Contact us if you are interested in joining a team. 

 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    

Match Results 

U14 Girls had a brilliant win over Northern Harps in Div 2 of the League 

U14 Camogie were defeated by Roscommon 

U12 Girls drew 12 points all with Four Roads in the League 

U12 Camogie Cheetahs were defeated by Oran 

U12 Camogie Leopards lost to Four Roads 

Well done to the U7 and u9s who played a blitz in Roscommon on Saturday. 

Roscommon Representatives  

The Roscommon Senior Men challenged Clare in the All Ireland Qualifiers in Croke Park but were narrowly defeated on a score line of 1.17 to 2.15. 

The Roscommon Ladies were defeated by Longford in the TG4 All-Ireland IFC Group C Round 3 - 3.09 to 3.12. 

Rise & Shine Superstars 

Our Nursery programme continues each week on Mondays  from 5:45pm - 6:30pm.Thanks to all parents and coaches for helping make the programme run smoothly.  

O’Rourke Cup 

The McGovern Civils Senior Mens team play in a quarter final on Friday the 24th of June in Roscommon (Venue TBC) against Ros Gaels at 8pm. Please support, all welcome. 

 Junior League 

The Cooney Motors Juniors will play their relegation game against Tulsk  this Friday in Abbey Park in the Division 4 league, 3 way playoff with the St Josephs game rescheduled in the coming weeks. All welcome to support. 

Roscommon Representatives 

Qualifiers 

Commiserations to our County representatives Donie, Enda And Cian on their game against Clare in Croke Park. With a lot of negative press in the aftermath and while its disappointing to be out we can’t forget the effort these guys go through each year and give us huge entertainment. We lost 2 games all year by a total of 4 points and won the League and got promoted. When expectations are so high it's easy to forget this.  

LGFA 

Commiseration also the Ladies who lost out to Longford by 3 points in the TG4 Championship. Again, we must commend Roisin and Saoirse Wynne on a great year and thank them for their entertainment and commitment, playing for their club and county. Well done to all! 

 Continued Note to coaches and management of all codes. 

Please ensure all goalposts are returned to their designated areas and that all litter is removed after your session.  

Coaching Training 

Thanks to the large attendance of coaches that came to their coaching training On Monday with Peter Carney and Connacht Gaa representatives. 

The ‘Part 2’ of the course was be the practical end where Peter and coaches trained the u13s in Abbey Park on Monday evening. Thanks to Peter for sharing his vast knowledge and enthusiasm in a very informative and worthwhile education. 

 Congratulations to Scoil na nAingeal Naofa 

Congratulations to Scoil na nAingeal Naofa, who have been crowned Cumann na mBunscol Champions for  after a convincing win over St Coman's Wood, Roscommon in the Large School's Girls Final. 

Family Funday and commemoration to Sean Young  

Boyle GAA in collaboration with Boyle LGFA and Boyle Camogie are hosting a family fun day next Sunday, June 19 starting at 3pm. Activities include cic fada, puc fada, rounders, a penalty shoot-out and lots more.  All very welcome to come along, tell your friends, enjoy what’s in store! This event will culminate with the launch of a collection GAA memorabilia that was gifted to the club by the family of the late Sean Young RIP. The Young family will be attending the launch and we hope that you can join us to show your appreciation for all that Sean gave to our club. The launch will take place from 5.30pm.