Sunday, August 26, 2018

Update 27th August

There was no winner of this weeks lotto jackpot of €6,200. The numbers drawn were 5,9,24,25. The €20 winners were Micheal and Sabrina Kearans, Gordon Regan and Bernard Battles. Next weeks draw will take place in the Patrick's Well.

On the pitch;
The Cooney Motors/ Cooney’s Centra sponsored Junior Team defeated St. Joseph’s in the league on Friday last.
In what was a tough, physical game, the home side pulled away in the final quarter.
The first half was full of chances for both sides, however, both sides failed to opportunities presented to them.
Boyle’s scores came from Lochlainn Conboy, David Kelly, Niall O’Donoghue and Shane Battles to have Steve Tonra’s men four points to the good at the interval.
After a couple of scores from both sides, it was the visitors who scored the game’s first goal after forty-five minutes.
However, this spurred on the home side. The impressive Reece Conroy set up his teammates on a couple of occasions to further the margin.
O’Donoghue and Conboy kept finding their range and substitutes Seamus Kane and Colin Goldrick both found the back of the net, to put the result beyond reasonable doubt.
Full Time: Boyle 2:19, St. Joseph’s 1-08.
Boyle Team: (13 aside)- D. McGovern, C. McGee, A. Simon, J. Moran, C. Brennan, R. Conroy, T. Halligan, C. Flanagan, D. Kelly, R. Hannon, S. Battles, L. Conboy, N. O’ Donoghue.
With: J. McCrann, S. Kane, C. Goldrick, C. Tivnan, J. Bolger, A. Sharkey.
This win means promotion to Junior A football next year, a massive achievement with a game in hand.

The McGovern Directional Drilling sponsored team will face Roscommon Geals in Championship football this coming Saturday evening in Castlerea. This is a must win game for Boyle and support is much appreciated. 

Ladies notes.
Minor ladies semi-final on Thursday v Castlerea. Venue and time tbc. 
Ladies championship match Sunday 2nd Sept v St Ciarans at 12pm in the Abbey Park. The U14 girls had a good win over Shannon Gaels on Sunday evening. They play Oran on Tues 28th in the Abbey Park. Time tbc. Well done to the U8s and U10s in their games against Shannon Gaels on Saturday.

Lads underage,
U14 Division 1 Championship Strokestown  3-10 Boyle 3-11. 
U12 Division 5B Championship Boyle 0-19 v St Ronan's 0-4
U12 Division 2 Championship Kilbride 19 Boyle  17.

Monday 27th 19:15 U14 Division 1 Championship Boyle v Clann na nGael Abbey Park
Tuesday 28th U16 Division 1 Championship  Kilmore/Shannon Gaels v  Boyle 19:15 Venue: Kilmore GAA Grounds
Wednesday 29th U12 Division 2 Champsionship St Croans v Boyle in Croans 19:15 Venue St Croans 
Thursday 30th U14 Division Championship Boyle v Padraig Pearses 19:30 Venue: Abbey Park.

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Update 20th August

There was no winner food this weeks jackpot of €6,000. The €20 winners were Phonsie O Connor, Liza Egan and Bernadette Mulvihill. The numbers drawn wer 14,15,31&32. Next weeks draw will take place in Clarkes Bar. 
The Cooney Motor sponsored Junior team are to play St. Josephs this Friday at 7.15 in the division 5 league. 
The club would like to wish senior players Cian McKeon and Ryan Finneran speedy recoveries from their recent injuries. 

Lads underage;
It was a winning week for the Boyle teams that played during the week, The Minors made it four out four with a bruising win over Kilglass Gaels/St Barrys. They have now secured a home semi-final spot and could go through straight to the final if the win their final league game which would see them top the Division 3 table.  The U12 Div5b lads got their championship campaign off to a winning start with fine 7 point win over the Roscommon Gaels.  The U14's had to dig deep for their win over St Brigids as both teams were hard to separate but Boyle edged it by 3 points in the end, that 3 wins out for 3 now for the U14's

Minor Division 3 Championship Kilglass Gaels/St Barrys 2-6 National Automation Boyle 3-9
U12 Division 5B Championship Roscommon Gaels 0-15 0 Version 1 Boyle 0-22
U14 Division 1 Championship Boyle 4-12 St Brigid’s 5-6
Confirmed Fixtures: Monday 20th U12 Division 2 Championship Kilbride v Version 1 Boyle 19:30 Venue: Kilbride.   Thursday 23rd  U14 Division 1 Championship Strokestown v Boyle 19:30 Venue: Strokestown

Ladies Fooball; 
The u 14 girls team drew with Clann na Gael in the championship in the past week,
Best wishes to Roscommon Ladies team and management, including Boyle player Roisin Wynne in the all Ireland intermediate semi final v Meath on Saturday at 1pm in the Hyde.

Monday, August 13, 2018

Update 13th August

Our McGovern Directional Drilling Senior team travelled to Strokestown on Friday evening for a league game against a team who had previously beat us in Championship. Boyle who are short on numbers through injury at present started the game brightly through an Enda Smith goal, but it was not long until Strokestown got there own back. It was a tight game from here on in to the break as both teams traded points. Half time saw the score board read 1.4 to 1.5 in favour of Boyle. The game was locked at 1.8 a piece until Dylan East scored Boyles second goal. Boyle did finish the stronger in the final 15 mins with Enda finding the net again. Boyle finished on the scoreline of 1.12 to 4.9.  Congratulations to Jonny Reagan who made his Boyle Senior debut.

The Boyle team was Kearney, Sharkey, Callaghan, Beirne, Flannagan, McKenna, Fuery, R Hanmore, K Cox, Goldrick, McKeon, East, O Donoghue, D Smith, E Smith.  This now leaves Boyle 3rd in the league win a game of two in hand of the table toppers Clann

In ladies notes
Enhance sponsored U14 girls lost to Roscommon Gaels in the Championship. Their next match is away to Clann na Gael on Wednesday 15th. 
Corrib Oil sponsored Minor ladies play Shannon Gaels on Mon    13th at 7.30pm in Ballinameen.
Congratulations to the Roscommon Ladies team, especially club player Roisin Wynne, on their win in the All Ireland qtr final.

Best of luck to Roscommon Intermediate Ladies, especially Boyle player Roisin Wynne,  who play Sligo in the Connacht Final in Castlebar on Sunday 24th June. 

In lads underage
Results:  Minor Division 3 Championship Eire Og/Michael Glaveys 4-7  National Automation Boyle 3-14


Tuesday 14th  Minor Division 3 Championship Kilglass/St Barrys v National Automation Boyle 7:45 pm Venue: Kilglass, Sunday 19th U14 Division 1 Championship Cooney Motors Boyle v St Brigids 12:00 Venue: Abbey Park

Monday, August 6, 2018

Update 6th August

There was no winner of this week jackpot of €5700. The numberss drawn were 25/28/29/31. Next draw sat 11th in dodds for the jackpot of €5800. €20 winners were Brid&Conor Mc Gowan, Ronan Lavin & Denise Carty.

Thanking Brogans/Natural options for the envelope sponsorship as always.

The Cooney motor sponsored Junior team put in a fine performance against St. Aidan's in the Park on Friday evening last. Boyle worked hard from the off and were up by 2.12 to 2 at half time. And ran out eventual winners on the score line of 4.22 to 0.6. Lochlan Conboy was top scorer with 2.4 with the team captain Colin Goldrick scoring 6 points and was substituted at half time. It was great to see Mark O Donoughe back after being out for over 3 months with an injury and a Conor Flannagan after a long spell out injured also. The team for Boyle was. D Mc Govern, C Horan, C Beirne, C McGee, A Sharkey, C Brennan, J Regan, T Halligan, J Suffen, C Goldrick, R Hannon,C Flannagan, S Battles, L Conboy, J McCrann. The now face St. Josephs this Sunday morning in the Park at 12.

The McGovern Directional Drilling sponsored senior team will take on Strokestown this Friday evening in a league game in Stokestown at 7.45. Your support for both teams in much appreciated.

In the underage lads
Minor Division 3 Champsionship National Automation Boyle 3-8 St Michael's 0-7
U14 Division 1 Champsionship Roscommon Gael 4-7 Cooney Motors Boyle 5-16

• Thursday 9th 
Minor Division 3 Champsionship Eire Óg/Michael Glaveys v National Automation Boyle 8:00 pm Venue: Ballinlough
• Sunday 12th
U16 Division 1 Champsionship Kilmore/Shannon Gaels v James Lannon Boyle 12:00 Venue: Kilmore GAA Grounds. 

The Club wishes James Harte St Michaels a speedy recovery  following the injury he sustained in the Minor match on Thursday evening
The Club extends sympathies to Padraic Mitchell , Gaelic Development Officer on the sad passing of his sister Ann.  May she Rest In Peace 
Congratulations to club player and player rep Aaron Sharkey and his colleagues Barry Simon and Joe Ryan on organizing a hugely successful festival over the weekend and also for their recent sponsorships.