Sunday, 9 March 2014
UPDATE 9th MARCH
The U16's went down to a stronger Kilmore/Shannon Gaels team on Sunday in the abbey park. Their next game will be against Stokestown on the 26th of this month. The National Automation minors will play the Kilmore/Shannon Gaels combination on Sunday at 12 in Kilmore. The McGovern Directional Drilling team are delighted to announce Peter Bolger as the new Senior Manager for 2013. Peter, a former Boyle player of distinction has previously managed Kilglass Gaels and Tulsk, bringing Tulsk to an All-Ireland semi-final where they lost to Finuge of Kerry. The club wishes him the very best for the coming year. The next match for the team is away to Clann on the 21st of March. There will be a meeting on Tuesday at 9 o clock in the club room for all team managers of the Men's, Ladies and Minor club. It is imperative that all managers attend to draw up the pitch rota for the year ahead. The club is delighted to announce that Kelly's Supervalu Boyle has joined forces with the Club for the Kelly's Supervalu/ Boyle GAA Loyalty Support Scheme. Kelly's Supervalu will, from 1st April, award loyalty points to Club members and their families and friends who currently hold Kelly's Supervalu Loyalty Cards when they shop in their Supermarket. The value of those points will go to the club. The card holder will continue to be credited with their own points for their shopping. Loyalty Card holders should text their 11 digit loyalty card number(ie. number on back of card) to Club Treasurer Mary Smith at 086 8211683 as soon as possible to be registered for participation in the scheme. The Club encourages shoppers who don't already hold Supervalu loyalty cards to obtain cards from Supervalu and register with the Club. Boyle GAA Club thanks Kelly's Supervalu for providing this assistance to the Club. Well done to Roscommon on their win over Fermanagh and best wishes to the U21s on Wednesday against Mayo in Castlebar and especially the Boyle contingent. Registration is due for those who still have not paid to club registrar Cian Smith. It is vital for all players to be registered for insurance purposes.