Monday, November 6, 2017

Update 6th November

The National Automation sponsored U-20's were defeated by Fuerty over the weekend. Their last group game is against St. Faithleach's, Sunday 12th in  the Abbey Park at 2pm.

The u-13 Feile team are through to the final after defeating Shannon Gaels. Final details TBC.

Warm appreciation to Jenny Morgan who facilitated a cookery demonstration and practical with members of the u 20 panel. The lads learned many practical and useful skills. Thanks also to Abbey Community College for the use of the excellent kitchen facilities.

Date for the diary,  The Club AGM will take place on Sunday the 3rd of December at 4 pm. 
Congratulations to good friend of Boyle GAA, Neil Kennedy and his bride Laura on their recent marriage. They are sent the Clubs best wishes 

The Boyle GAA Nursery Programme got off to a great start with over 60 young boys and girls having great fun while playing games and doing activities specifically focused on improving their agility, balance and coordination. The children had a special visit from Boyle GAA Captain Roch Hanmore  who brought the O'Gara Cup with him and gave us plenty of opportunities for photographs much to the children's delight.

We would like to thank our speakers who spoke with parents on the night. County Coaching Officer Padraig Mitchell gave a very informative talk on the proven benefits of exercise and team sports for children in their physical, mental and emotional development. Roch and his sister Catriona told parents how playing GAA with Boyle had been a very important part of their youth and continued to be into their adult lives. The camaraderie and friendships they formed with their teammates since joining as young children at U12 are still there today.

The nursery programme is open to all young children aged 4-6 years of age and will run for 16 weeks each Monday from 6-7pm in Boyle Complex.  There are still some places available, just come along at 6pm on Monday.

The clubs Health and Well being Officer Jackie Valentine is also organising weekly walks between 6-7pm each Monday outside the complex with routes to suit everyone.  So why not come along and join in this community well-being initiative, everyone is welcome

Sympathy of the club to the McDermott and Bohan family on their recent bereavement.

Corrib Oil sponsored Minor Ladies Championship semi final v's Oran in the Abbey Park at 1.15pm. Please come along and support the team

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