Boyle GAA Fuel Draw
The Club's monster fuel draw will take place on Friday next 26th September. First prize is a trailer load of firewood, 2nd prize is 500 litres of heating oil, and 3rd and 4th prizes consist of a €100 voucher and €100 cash. You can be in the draw for as little as €2. Club officers and players have draw cards. Please support as the funding will go towards the improvement of our training pitch
Did You Win €86.7 million?
The winner of the gigantic €86.7m EuroMillions jackpot has made contact with the Lotto offices. Although the winning ticket is believed to have been sold in Dublin, it is not known if the winner is Dublin-based or is part of a syndicate win like last week's Donegal Irish Lotto winners.
Boyle Library - Summer Reading Challenge
Jaga & Franek Rykowska receiving their certificates from Patricia Flaherty, having completed the Summer Reading Challenge at Boyle Library
September 2014 Weather
Generally, September is among Ireland's wettest months and if you're packing for a trip to the Emerald Isle during this time, the advice used to be "be sure to leave extra room for an umbrella, boots and a raincoat". However, this year, the statistics will show that we are enjoying warm sunny days, seldom but a light shower and gorgeous blue skies daily.
Boyle GAA Update, Monday 22nd
The big event of the coming week is the Keenan Cup Final between Boyle and Castlerea which will be held in the Abbey Park on Thursday evening at 6.15pm. This is a competition that is synonymous with Boyle Club as the trophy is dedicated to a young Boyle footballer who died some years ago, the late Ernan Keenan. Ernan's briother Karl who is home from Australia, will be on hand to present the cup to the winning captain. Come along and support those Under 12 footballers.
Folk For Hospice Concert - Saturday 20th
(Left to Right) Greg O'Donnell, Niall Sheerin, Johnny McGlynn, Derek Cardbeck
James Carty, Brendan Maloney, Seamie Simon
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Saturday night's audience in St. Joseph's Hall were treated to a superb concert of folk music favourite songs performed brilliantly by Derek Caldbeck and friends. Following Mike Smith's introduction on behalf of Mayo Roscommon Hospice, Donal O'Connor and Bernard Flaherty performed an excellent set. A member of the audience confided "I could have listened to them all night". The Derek Caldbeck concept "Folk For Hospice" followed featuring a grouping of some of the very best performers in the area. Cries for "More, More, More" rang out until well past 11pm