With the Leinster League fixtures reaching a snow delayed completion, the three Boyne teams competing - under 19's, 17's and 15's have all qualified for the league quarter finals. All of the matches will take place on Saturday 29th January.
Two successive defeats for the u-19's, against Naas and Navan saw them slip to second place behind local rivals Navan. They will host the third placed team from the Southern section, Enniscorthy.
Boyne U17s finally got to play a full competitive match after nearly 7 weeks without a game due to the weather. Boyne had to travel to Naas, who were only a couple of points behind; to qualify for the League play offs.
After the penultimate round of Leinster league games against Naas all 3 Boyne teams, 19's, 17's & 15's are guaranteed spots in the quarter finals. With the final round against local rivals Navan, the 19's & 15's have title clashes, with both Boyne teams already guaranteed home quarter finals.
The 15's play Navan at 8pm on Thursday evening in Navan, with the 19's away to Navan Saturday, while the 17's entertain them in Shamrock Lodge.
Boyne U17s are playing Naas away on Saturday 8th Jan 2011. Players to meet at the clubhouse on Saturday morning 9am. Please contact Niall Sweeney on 0862939095 for more information.
Happy New Year to all. U16s & U17s Training every Tuesday & Thursday in Bryanstown at 7.30pm. League match 8th Jan 2011 v Naas away. K.O. in Naas at 11.30am.
Training back on Tues & Thurs in Bryanstown at 7.30pm
U17s and U19s matches postponed due to the weather 27/11/2010
U17s League Match away in Naas. Meet at the Black Bull at 9.15am. Cars required plus your support.
Boyne U17s suffered their first defeat in the Leinster League against a good and well organised Birr team. Birr were the fresher of the two teams and Boyne seem to be suffering the effects of 2 hour bus journey. Birr had all the pressure in the first half but it was Boyne who struck first with a well taken break away try, scored by Ronan Fitzpatrick. Joe Sweeney forced the turn over and Shane Dowling kicked long. The follow up by Adam Byrne and Ronan Fitzpatrick cause Birr to error and Boyne scored the opening try. The conversion was narrowly missed by Jack Keogh.