The Online Lotto was drawn on the 12th
of December for €11,800.
The numbers drawn were 11, 19, 20 &26
The jackpot was
not won and now stands at €11,900 for next week’s draw, the
19th of December at 9pm.
We had 1 ‘Match
3’ winner this week with P hunt winning €100.
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 now Wynne’s
Bar and also available online on the Klub Funder website https://www.klubfunder.com/Clubs/Boyle%20GAA/lotto
The Annual General Meeting was held on Friday, December 10
- thank you to all those who attended and gave reports. The Club wishes to
extend its thanks to the officers, managers, coaches, parents and players for
all of their work over the year. Special thanks are due to both Noel Scally
and Bernie Mullins who will be stepping down as Chair and Secretary
respectively, they have done a huge amount for the Club over the years and we
all greatly appreciate it.
Lastly, see below the details of the incoming Boyle LGFA
committee for 2022.
Chair - Jim McGrath; Vice Chair - Terry Rooney; Secretary -
Vacant; Vice Secretary - Rhona McGrath; Treasurer - Emer Sweeney, Registrar -
Cathy Garavan; PRO - Devin Finneran; Children’s Officer - Vivienne Moran; Covid
Officer - Norah Kilroy, Disciplinary Officer - Terry Rooney; Committee Members
- Suzie Keenehan, Natasha Regan & Mary Brogan.
If you would like to get involved in the Club in some way,
we’d love to hear from you. Please reach out to any Committee member, via email
on email@example.com or
by messaging the Boyle GAA Facebook page.
Boyle Gaa AGM
Boyle AGM was held virtually on Sunday night, the 12th
of December. A large attendance signed in with what is the norm now. The club paid tribute to the outgoing
Secretary Jan Flanagan who is an absolute stalwart in the club's administration
and organisation. If you didn’t know…’Ask Jan’ was the 2 words 2 – syllables,
used, to point you in the right
direction. Thank you, Jan!
It was a big year on and off the field and a lot of
progress was made against all the odds in some cases, we still found a way. A
special mention to the joint fundraiser held during the year with Boyle
Celtic and Boyle Gaa and the committee that formed and forged a
hugely successful campaign.
While on the field, it must be noted that Boyle featured in
a number of finals, in both Men’s and Ladies football, we hope to see Boyle
Building in 2022 both inside and outside the Whitewash line!
Honorary President Barry Feely; Vice
Presidents - Michael Costello &
Ernie Keenan ;
Chairperson- David Kelly; Secretary Michael Tormey ; Treasurer -
Assistant Treasurer – Colin O’Sullivan; Registrar - Steve Tonry; P.R.O – Roch Hanmore ; Officer for
Irish Language & Culture (OIFIGEACH GAEILGE
& CÚLTÚIR) – Ronan Flanagan
There are a couple of vacant positions that
will be hoped to be filled in the next executive
meeting. Anyone who wishes to be an officer
with the above League of Gentlemen, please send your
expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
Christmas Charity Game
We have had a few inquiries for the charity game and its
still going ahead, and its on a Sunday too!!
It’s officially silly season, you know what that means
right? Time to dig out the Santa hats and get the boots polished - our St
Stephen’s Day Charity Match is back!
This year we will be raising much-needed funds for the
Boyle Family Resource Centre to support all the work they do for our local
Roll out of bed full of turkey and join us at the Abbey
Park at 12pm on December 26 for a legendary battle of mixed Santa Hat tag
between the Over and Under 30-year-olds. There will be donations taken on the
gate to view this exemplary piece of sporting history.
Condolences to Hal Cawley’s Families
The town, County, and its surrounds lost a huge character in
sporting circles in Hal Cawley this week. Hal was born and reared, down the
laneway from Ernie and Carmel Keenan on the Carrick Road and this was his
closest family, not necessarily by name but by nature. In His Sporting Family,
Hal’s love was very much with Boyle Celtic where he spent decades nurturing and
following talents and seeing the club rise through the years. He will be missed
cycling around town with his well-known larger-than-life figure and heart. Reading all the tributes about Hal this week,
Gentleman was used very often, and that he was. Ar dheis Dé go
raibh a anam dílis