The Online Lotto was drawn on the 14th of March for €7,900.
The numbers drawn were 2, 4, 18 & 26
The jackpot was not won and now stands at €8,000 for next week’s draw.
Tracey King won the match 3 prize for €100! Congrats Tracey!
• Lotto tickets are only available online can be purchased on the Klub Funder website: (https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Boyle%20GAA/lotto) and thank you all for playing and joining us.
• Lotto tickets are only available online can be purchased on the Klub Funder website (https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Boyle%20GAA/lotto) and thank you all for playing and joining us.
An update from Boyle GAA Healthy Club Committee
The Connacht GAA – Every Step Counts has been an enjoyable measuring stick for lockdown exercise and the final tot for our mileage travelled was 15,188.8 km. That’s the same distance from the Abbey Park to Perth Western Australia. So, if you're looking to get to Perth drop us an email and we’ll send you the itinerary! The Top 6 roadsters accounted for 3,525km; John Reynolds (745.7km), Gerry Sheerin (638.8km) and Martina Cooney (586.7km) Kamila Sikora (538.2km), Jr Smith (517.9km) and our ladies PRO Devin Finneran (498.3km) and they got us to Ankara in Turkey!!
Tune in again to our social media this week for updates on recipes from our head chef for the next fortnight.
Also sharing on our social media this week are support links and helplines that are available to click in to.
The Online Lotto was drawn on the 28th of February for €7,700.
The numbers drawn were 2,4,17 & 22
The jackpot was not won and now stands at €7,800 for next week’s draw.
There were 2 match 3 numbers drawn.
The joint winners were Michael Brennan and Pacelli Mac Dermott sharing €100.
Larry McCarthy takes Charge
Larry McCarthy has taken Charge as the GAA's 40th President. The cork native who has been resident in the US since 1985 and is the first overseas president of the GAA, though he has relocated to Dublin for his three-year term. He looks to breath fresh ideas and energy into grassroots and build from the bottom up.
Boyle GAA are grinding their way up the ladder and are now
standing 25th on the Leader board in Connacht GAA’s Every step counts challenge!
We have stretched out another 2,400km this week and are up to 14,200km. We have
struck up a very competitive dual with Owenmore Gaels of Collooney, County
Sligo, as we fight for 25th place!
Tune in to our social media
this week for updates on recipes from our head chef for the next fortnight.