Boyne U8’s headed to Armagh RFC on Saturday 12th April for their end of year blitz. A busy schedule of games and bigger opposition would test our young stars of the future. We fielded two teams of 12 players, with rolling subs – Boyne Tigers & Boyne Lions. Our lads took what they learned throughout the year at training and went about their business in a much disciplined manner. This lead to us winning the ‘Fair Play Award’, the only award that can be won at this festival – number of tries scored or games won does not count at this level. The award is based on various factors, s
Sun, 10/11/2013 - 15:49 — Peter Dooley
Sun, 27/10/2013 - 18:23 — Peter Dooley
After a very wet start and a lot of confusion over whether or not the blitz had been called off at the last minute, we went ahead fielding 2 teams. Our lads had no problem getting stuck in and showed superior tackling skills due to their hard work on the training pitch. Good passing and team play proved too much for Dundalk, as our lads ran in try after try in the first games. Dundalk changed around some of their playesrs for the second games, but we still proved too strong for them. Well done lads. Keep up the good work.
Sun, 13/10/2013 - 18:17 — Peter Dooley
On a perfect Sunday morning the lads turned up for their home blitz of the season at Shamrock Lodge. We had enough players to field three teams, playing against two teams from Ashbourne and one team from Ratoath.
Sun, 22/09/2013 - 18:23 — Peter Dooley
Perfect playing conditions and enough players to field two U8 teams led to some great rugby from our stars of the future. With only two weeks training under their belt, it took both sides a few minutes to settle into the game.
A big thank you from all the coaches to all the parents who brought the lads week in week out to every match, come rain or shine... well maybe not to much shine this season.
about 36 of our 46 strong team travelled to every match far out weighing every other club we played. We hope all the players enjoyed the season as much as we did. They made huge leaps forward as a squad I personally was very proud of every single players development this season off and on the pitch.
For the first time this year, dry grass and the sun was out... 9.30am the kids turn up without track suits.. you knew it was going to be a great day of rugby..
Venue: Armagh Rugby Club, Palace Grounds, Friary Road, Armagh. Meet 9:15 AM Please give yourself plenty of time as the traffic entering Armagh was very heavy last year and some players were late. (Travel time approx 1hr 30mins) There will be two under 8 teams involved. Six games each of 10 minutes running up to 2:00 PM. There will be plenty of sitting about so we would encourage parents to bring deck chairs, picnic, hot drinks and warm clothes for all. It is a great days rugby and hopefully the sun will shine!
Well probably our first nice morning in 4 months, weather was warm kids could warm up without there coats, gloves hats water proofs... Great to able to play on the Navan Main pitch they fielded 21 players, Boyne travelled with our usual 35, fielding 3 teams and some volunteers to play for Navan. As one of the Navan coaches said to me it shows great character that the kids are happy to Volunteer to take direction to go and play for another side, certainly shows there love of rugby I am thinking of Tadgh K who always has his hand up to swap sides, well done Tadgh..