We have a winner…



After another great sporting year, Boyle GAA’s Know Your Sport competition has drawn to a close. And there’s good news for long time leader Henri Clifford who has held on to claim the top prize of €500 with a winning score of 87. Next up is another club member Ray Hannon, with a score of 84, Ray claims the €200 second prize, and in third place two further points behind is Peter Keane of Ballinameen. Congratulations to the three winners and a big thank you to all of you who took part in the competition.

We hope to launch another Know Your Sport Competition in Spring 2016 so watch out for that.


Find out where you finished in the final table below:



Its going down to the wire



With just one event left, its still all to play for in Boyle GAA’s Know Your Sport competition. Long time leader Henri Clifford and Ray Hannon both chose Clann na Gael for the Roscommon Senior Championship to put them slightly ahead of the chasing pack.

So its down to the wire, the destination of the Webb Ellis Cup on Saturday 31 October will now decide who takes away the top prizes. We’ll be back with a final table at the end of the month, and for those of you who aren’t in the money this time, don’t worry, Know Your Sport 2016 is only a few months away

Amazing €20 Kids Tracksuit Offer

Boyle GAA are delighted to announce an amazing special offer on club tracksuits for kids of all sizes, manufactured by leading supplier ‘Rugbytech’.
Available in a choice of navy blue or black the jacket features an embroidered Boyle GAA Club crest and both the jacket and bottoms are water repellent and fully lined.
The tracksuits will be  available at a once off special price of just €20. A evening will will be arranged in the Clubhouse to allow for viewing of tracksuits, taking of measurements and placing orders. More details  to follow. In the meantime, you can contact us via the form below if you have any queries


Up and Running


After many weeks of preparation GET ACTIVE TODAY with Boyle GAA, sponsored by Kelly’s Londis is now officially up and running. After an excellent talk from Niall Moyna in the comfortable surroundings of King House the hard work began in the St Joseph’s Boys school gym on Monday night when Aaron O’Connor and Conor McGowan put us through a tough but enjoyable Circuit Session.

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Boys School Circuit


This morning, Tuesday, under the cover of darkness over 20 people gathered on the Crescent for 7:00am for the Dawn Walk as walks coordinator Kit O’Connor led us on a 3K walk, with the more adventurous taking the 5K route.

dawn walk group

Another walk is planned for tonight, while the next talk will be from Maria Keenehan on diet and nutrition and will be in the GAA clubhouse on Thursday at 7:30pm.

It’s still not too late to register and by joining up tonight you will benefit from the full package of incentives available:

  • Londis money off vouchers to the value of €70
  • a €20 Elvery’s voucher
  • a 5 day pass to Aura
  • money off vouchers from Sasta Fitness and Margaret McLoughlin Reflexology

All of this, and the activity programme for an incredible €70. We’ll be on the Crescent tonight Tuesday 6 October from 7:00pm in advance of this evenings walk.





As registration continues this week, GET ACTIVE TODAY with Boyle GAA, have announced a whole host of benefits that are available to all participants of the programme. On registering you will get a welcome pack including the following:


  • Main Sponsor, Neil Kennedy and Kelly’s Londis supermarket are running a money-off promotion for the course of the seven weeks of the initiative. On signing up, you will get 7 money off vouchers to the value of €10 each. Each €10 voucher is redeemable on a weekly basis against a shop to the value of €60 or more.
  • Elvery’s Sports are offering a €20 voucher redeemable against any transaction of €50 or more on non- sale items.
  • Voucher from Margaret McLoughlin Homeopathy and Reflexology
  • Aura Leisure Carrick on Shannon has included a free five day membership
  • Sasta Fitness Carrick on Shannon are offering a free trial
  • Information on healthy eating from Slimming World
  • A specially commissioned programme T Shirt will also be issued to all participants.
In addition, as a participant of the programme you will:


  • benefit from the professional training and expertise of Aaron O’ Connor, Barry Greaney and Alan Emmet
  • receive expert nutritional and diet advice from Maria Keenehan
  • be introduced to Yoga by Liz Dwyer
  • attend a pilates session conducted by Ann Wynne
  • hear from Colin Regan from the GAA on the issue of mental well-being.
The entire programme of activities together with all of the membership benefits costs just €70, which represents incredible value.
Above all however, the programme provides you an opportunity to become more active in a relaxed and social environment for the next seven weeks.


Registration continues in the Clubhouse, Abbey Park, Boyle on Thursday 1 October from 8:30pm


The programme formally begins with  a talk from Professor Niall Moyna of DCU and Operation Transformation fame in King House on Friday 2 October at 7:30pm.
You can also register in King House from 7:00pm on Friday evening.


Click here for full programme



Boyle GAA are delighted to announce details of its latest initiative, GET ACTIVE TODAY with Boyle GAA. This is a seven week  programme, open to all, designed to help participants become more active through a variety of activities. The programme will be officially launched in King House by Professor Niall Moyna of DCU on Friday 2 October at 7:30pm.

The initiative, which is kindly sponsored by Kelly’s Londis, The Crescent, is designed for all levels of fitness and features walks, keep fit sessions, circuit training and an introduction to both yoga and pilates. In addition, all participants can attend three talks from a range of experts on exercise, nutrition and mental well being. The seven week programme will culminate in a 10K walk to Lough Forest Park on Sunday 22 November.
You can register on Monday 28 September between 7:30pm and 9:00pm in Learning Links, Elphin Street. You can also register on the night of the launch in King House. The cost of the seven week programme, including all talks and activities is €70 
Click here to view the detailed programme:


Do you want to feel better, have more energy and perhaps even live longer? Do you want to tone up, improve your fitness levels and maybe even lose weight? Do you want to achieve the goal of walking a 10K by the end of November?

Look no further than the GET ACTIVE TODAY with Boyle GAA initiative. An exciting and diverse programme has been prepared in which we will help each other to become more active by through a programme of gentle training, walking and an increased awareness of healthy eating. In addition when you sign up for our 7 week programme you will also be introduced to Yoga, Pilates and benefit from a range of talks from various professionals. The programme will run from 2 October until 21 November with at least 4 activities each week.

Internationally renowned expert, Professor Niall Moyna of Dublin City University who is well known from his role on the Operation Transformation series will be in King House on the 2nd October to kick start the programme.

Absolutely everyone, no matter what your current state of readiness might be, is welcome to come along and participate in a programme that will culminate in a 10K walk or jog from Boyle town centre to Lough Key.  You do not have to be an athlete, physically fit or a member of the club to start.  Some of the benefits of group exercise include exposure to a social and fun environment, a consistent exercise schedule and a workout that requires no prior exercise knowledge or experience.

A detailed programme together with registration details will be available in the coming days.

In the meantime, for more details please contact us using the form below

(Published by Boyle GAA Clubs)

No change at the top



With Kenya and Jamaica winning 7 golds each at the World Athletics Championship, there was very little movement at the top of the table in Boyle GAA’s Know Your Sport competition. Henri Clifford, Trevor Conroy and Gerry Nerney retain the three top spots but David Galway, Maureen Keenehan and Brendan McDermott are new entrants into the top ten and have put themselves well into contention for the top prizes.

With five events still remaining the competition is still wide open. Check the latest standings below:

Table 10 30th August 2015 Boyle Know Your Sport