Monday, 9 June 2014

UPDATE 9th June 2014

The €20 winners in this weeks Lotto which was held in Wynnes were Geraldine and Fran McGeogh, Colm Loftus, Michael Hanmore, Justin Mccormack, Simon Archer and the House prize was won by Orla Garvin. Next weeks draw will take place in Lavins and team D will be in charge with the jackpot at €6400. The McGovern Directional Drilling Senior Men's team make their return to the senior championship on Friday when they take on Elphin in Croghan at 8 o clock. This will be a very tough game against a very experienced Elphin team also coupled with the fact that Boyle are missing no less than 13 players who togged for the county final last October, so all support for the lads will be much appreciated. The lads will also be out again in the league on Wednesday week against Pearse's in Woodmount and again the following Sunday at home to St. Faithleach's so a very busy couple of weeks ahead. The Cooney Motors Men's Junior team are scheduled to play Kilglass on the 21st of this month. The under 10 community games team are playing the Balintubber/Ballymoe combination on Wednesday evening. Commiseration's to the Roscommon senior team and Donie and Enda who despite putting it up to Mayo for most of the game eventually succumbed in the end, losing by a point. Congratulations to all students who recently graduated and best wished to Canon Gerry Hanly who celebrates his ruby anniversary on Friday, which unfortunately clashes with the Senior championship game.Congratulations to John Cummins on his appointment as  Cathlaoirleach of Roscommon County Council.

The u12 girls play Roscommon Gaels this evening (Monday) at 7 in the championship semi final so all support appreciated. The intermediate ladies play in the Connaught 7's in Ballyhaunis on Saturday. There will be an All-Ireland u14  semi-final  in the park on Saturday at 2 between Derry and Limerick, all stewards are asked to be down at the park at 12.

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