Hi Folks Boyle Notes below for last week of October!
The Online Lotto was drawn on the 31st of October for €11,100.
The numbers drawn were 5, 18, 28 & 31
The jackpot was not won and now stands at €11,300 for next week’s draw, the 7th of November at 9pm.
We had no match 3 winners this week.
Thank you for playing and supporting as always!
Lotto tickets are available at our local outlets in Elphin street Dry Cleaners, Londis, Better Buy and Spar (Corrib Oil) and also available online on the Klub Funder website https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Boyle%20GAA/lotto
Bumper Final Weekend ahead For Boyle Gaa: The Lads, The Ladies & The Older Lads – The Suspense – We have it all!
2021 Division 1 U17 Championship Final
The U17 Boys will play in the Division 1 Championship Final versus Roscommon Gaels on Sunday, November 7th, in Hyde Park, at 2:30pm.
Thanks to Ciarán Phelan and National Automation for sponsoring our U17 and U20 teams again this year.
Best of luck to our M Keirns & The Well sponsored Intermediate Ladies who will play St Dominic’s in the Championship Final this Saturday, November 6 at 1.30pm in Elphin. Get your hats, scarves and headbands - and come out to support them! Note that gates will be in operation for this game with €10 standard admission and €5 for concession entry (cash only).
Boyle Masters representing in the All Ireland Final Shield
Good luck to Club Men Lochlainn Conboy and Seamus Kane as they prepare to line out against Cavan with the Roscommon Masters in the GMA Plate Final on Saturday, November 6. The game is set to be played at 2pm in the Fr Manning Gaels GAA Grounds, Drumlish, Longford.
Our Corrib Oil sponsored U19 Girls will play their Championship Semi-Final versus Clann na nGael on the weekend of November 13/14.
Our U20 team will be kicking off their championship season in November. All players eligible for Under 20 competition are welcome to join and we look forward to seeing you in the next few weeks. Keep an eye out for training schedule here and on facebook.
As part of our ongoing works to improve accessibility of Abbey Park, our disabled parking spots have been completed. Many thanks to John Keenehan and Keenehan Bros Tarmac for their generosity in helping us with the project.
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