Bryanstown Training & Lane Update
No access to Bryanstown training pitches for the whole week beginning Saturday 9th September through to Sunday 17th September.
Boyne U 17's travelled to Mullingar to open their Leinster League campaign in what was a very tough opening fixture.The first half progressed well for the Boyne team who dominated their opposition in the scrums but did not take advantage of this on the score front going in at half time 0-0 all credit going to the Mullingar defence for keeping the visitors out.The Boyne team came out in the second half determined to make their forward dominance count and what a second half performance gaining great field position giving their explosive backs the time required to put the game beyond doubt wit
Boyne played their second Leinster League game against Mullingar in Shamrock Lodge with pitch conditions good under foot and the weather, a bright sunny morning. Both teams started well, but neither side could break the other down. A great individual break by Chris Dempsey at first center resulted in an uncoonverted try. Mullingar came back ay Boyne and scored a converted try to bring the score to 5 - 7 but another unconverted Boyne try made it 10 - 7 at half time.
Boyne 17's played their first game in the Leinster premier league against a strong Suttonians team. Boyne didnt deal with the initial drop off and put themselves under a lot of pressure for the first few minutes before Suttonians were awarded a penalty which resulted in a try from a quick tap. Boyne regrouped and put some phases together, with strong carrying from Sean Woods at No. 8 and Chris Dempsey at inside center. Suttonians, however were very strong and they crossed the line again.
Boyne under 17's played their 1st game of the season as part of the Boyne / Navan Bru na Boinne club day in Shamrock Lodge. Navan went into a quick 5 - 0 lead before Boyne settled into their defensive duties. Boyne defended well for the first 15 mintues before starting to get some good possession they worked their way up field and when give a penalty for offside outhalf Jack Cronin slotted over to make it 3 - 5. Further good work from Boyne brought a converted try and a 8 - 5 scoreline.