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Boyne travelled to Dundalk in their fourth game in the NE League competition on a beautiful autumnal morning. Both teams were sizing each other up for the first 15 minutes before Dundalk broke away to score their first converted try. Boyne reacted and scored a try in the corner by Cody O'Neill but James Farrell narrowly missed the conversion. Score 7-5 Dundalk. With two minutes before half time Dundalk scored again with a fine run by their Centre who went untouched over the try line, down to some poor tackling by Boyne.
Boyne A U13's welcomed Skerries to Shamrock Lodge but unfortunatly went down 19-17 in a very close and hard fought game. Tries by Max McGloin (conversion by James Farrell), Fergal Moore and Niall McEnerney were not enough to put Skerries away who also scored three tries, two of which were under the posts.
Boyne put in a great effort in the dying minutes but Skerries hung on for the win.
North East League. The U13's A went down 24-0 to a well drilled Navan side. This was the very first outing for the boys at this code (15 aside) and also playing for the first time on a full side pitch. Navan were disiplined in their attack and always seemed to have a complete backline whereas Boyne had to continually scramble in defence and try and make up the numbers due to the Boyne backline getting sucked into rucks or generally ball watching. This was Navan's third game and it showed as they were better organized.
The full Boyne U13 panel traveled south to Skerries for the Leinster Shield final on a breezy summer Sunday for a hotly contested Leinster Shield final. Signaling their intent from the off with an intense warm up, the visitors attacked every ball, scrum, ruck, maul and line out. With a very vocal group of parents and supporters egging them on, Boyne led 14-0 at half time. Skerries came out battling in the 2nd half, pulling a converted try back, Great defensive work by both backs and forwards held them in check, adding 2 more Boyne tries in the process.
Boyne U13 'S secured their shield final place with a great win over local rivals North Meath .The Boyne side led 14 -0 at half time with tries from Alex Holden which were duly converted by Daniel Gray.The Meath men started strongly in the second half and closed the gap to 2 points with fifteen minutes to go this was just the shock that the Boyne team needed .They lifted their game and tries from Luke O'Callaghan and Daniel Gray secured a deserved victory for the Boynesiders.
Boyne U13'S travelled to the county of Offaly for the second week in a row this time it was Tullamore who provided the opposition.The Boynesiders started very well when with only five minutes gone Alex(hurricane)Holden intercepted for a great try under the posts which was duly converted by the ever dependable Daniel Grey.Tullamore responded well and a great forwards tussle ensued with no quarter given.In a great move they spread the ball wide and a missed tackle by Boyne let the home side in for their first score which they failed to convert.The score at half time was 7-5 to Boyne .The home si
Boyne U13'S cruised to their third win in a row in the Leinster league with a great performance in poor conditions.
Boyne U13s played host to a confident Dundalk side on Saturday in Bryanstown. The changeable conditions in the early part of a close first quarter negated some of the kicking efforts of our quick running back line, led by Stevie Kieran. This allowed Dundalk to open up a 10 point lead, though their failure with the extras would prove crucial later on. Fantastic unit play by the forwards, ground back a score from Luke O' Callaghan, allowing Daniel Grey to make the only conversion of the game.
Boyne caused a major upset and opened up the Leinster league with a great win over local rivals Dundalk.The North Louth side came to Drogheda expecting to put one over on the Boynsiders and they started very strongly going 10 nil up after fifteen minutes but despite a shaky start Boyne fought back to register first try through tighthead prop Luke O'Callaghan which was converted in difficult conditions by Daniel Grey.At half time the score was 10 -7 .Dundalk came out strongly in the second half and registered the first score to go 15-7 ahead but the Boyne side dug in and in difficult conditions