Under 19s

News & Match Reports for the Under 19's

Season Overview 2013/14

The Under-19 team is for players who are aged 17 or 18 on the 1st of January 2014, i.e. whose date of birth is in 1995 or 1996. The Under-19's are welcome to attend pre-season training with the Senior squad. Regular training will start up in August with the North East / Leinster Leagues starting in September / October respectively. Boyne are combining fielding one team at under 19's this season, in the Leinster League. The coaches for 2012/13 are James Faye (087-416-1611) and Gary Downey - email U19.Coach@BoyneRFC.ie. Team manager(s) will be confirmed shortly.

U-19 Fixtures 2013/14.
Date Opponent Comp Venue Result Score
Sat 21st Sep v Navan NE League Away Loss 17 - 32
Sat 28th Sep v Skerries NE League Away Loss 23 - 3
Sat 5th Oct v Ashb/Rath NE League Home Loss 0 - 10
Sat 12th Oct v Ardee/Dundalk NE League Away Loss 25 - 22
Sat 19th Sep v Tullamore Leinster League Away Loss 18 - 10
Sat 26th Oct v Edenderry Leinster League Home Win w/o
Sat 9th Nov v P'laoise/Cill Dara/N'bridge Pirates Leinster League Away Win 0 - 12
Sat 16th Nov v Portarlington Leinster League Home Win 29 - 0
Sat 30th Nov v Navan Leinster League Away Loss 41 - 0
Sat 7th Dec v Ardee/Dundalk Leinster League Home   -
Leinster League Phase I Over  
Sat 4th Jan v Navan North East League Home    

 

Boyne RFC Youth Presentation

Jack Foley Presentation

At last Saturdays pre-match lunch Boyne RFC honoured their latest young prodigy who has followed in the path of many of the clubs previous youths who have gone on to representative honours. The picture shows Jack Foley receiving an award from the club Vice President, Phoebe Leonard, in honour of his inclusion on the Leinster Youths squad this season. Jack is a member of the Boyne Under 19’s team.

(Lein. League S/F) Boyne U-19's 22 - 22 NUIM Barhnall

Boyne under 19's travelled to Ashbourne to take on NUIM Barnhall in their delayed Leinster League Division I semi-final.  Conditions on the day were very windy and credit to both teams for the quality of rugby played.  A slow Boyne start allowed Ashbourne in for 2 early tries to go 12 - 0 up before Boyne started to grow into the game.  A dominant Boyne scrum gave a good platform and a Boyne try brought the score to 12 - 5 at half time.