We are introducing a new format to our Christmas Carol Service and Nativity in Boyerstown School this year. The Junior Infants, Senior Infants First and Second classes will perform the Christmas Nativity Play from 12.30pm to 1pm in Boyerstown Church on Thursday December 12th. All parents and family of pupils in Junior Infants to Second class only will be invited to watch the play being performed. This will be followed by the Parents Council Annual Christmas Raffle in Boyerstown Community Centre at 1.15pm. with all the pupils in Boyerstown School in attendance on Thursday December 12th.
At 7.30pm on the evening of Thursday December 12th in Boyerstown Church the Annual Christmas Carol Service will take place with pupils from third to sixth classes only. All parents and family of pupils from 3rd to 6th classes are invited to attend.
Hard luck to our Girls Football Team who were beaten by Coole N.S. last Thursday in Boyerstown in difficult conditions, in the semi-final of the Meath Cumann na mBunscoil Football competition. The girls battled bravely throughout the game showing great determination to challenge for every ball, but unfortunately Coole proved to be too strong on the day. We wish the Coole team the best of luck in the final which is being played this weekend. Our girls had a positive campaign winning their four group games against Carnaross, Oristown ,Dunderry and Kilbride, showing lots of skill and good teamplay in those games. Fortunately we have a young panel, with many girls who will continue to fly the flag for Boyerstown for years to come. The panel of 28 players includes ; Rebecca Reilly, Aoibheann Ratty, Sophia Reilly, Chloe Rogers, Clodagh Fitzsimons, Hannah Carr, Libby Clynch, Jessie Becton, Mia Haber-Mallon, Ciara Hughes, Alisha Mills, Alesha Reilly, Emma Fitzsimons, Rosa Garvey, Hannah Mc Keever, Aymie Molloy, Katie O’Brien, Lucy Smith, Shelby Lawless, Lucy Callaghan, Emily Comerford, Lauryn Comerford, Cara Conaty, Ava Dillon, Chloe Lynagh, Lilliana O’Brien, Maisie O’Regan, and Rachel Smyth. Thank you to Miss Sherlock for helping to train the team. Thank you to the parents for supporting the girls throughout the campaign and to the girls themselves for showing great dedication and effort over the last eight weeks of training and games.
Our Halloween Costumes
3rd and 4th class made some fantastic Halloween Fun and Do Crafts
The Girls Gaelic Football team made it three wins from three with a fine victory over Kilbride N.S. last week. This week the 3rd to 6th class girls train on Wednesday in Boyerstown from 3pm to 4pm and play Moynalty N.S. in Boyerstown on Thursday at 1.30pm.
The Boys Gaelic Football Team will train on Tuesday in Boyerstown from 3pm to 4pm and will hope to continue to build on the good form in games against Baconstown and Dunderry when they take on Moynalvey N.S. this Friday in Moynalvey at 1.15pm. Any parents who can drive to Moynalvey, we will leave Boyerstown at 12.20pm and arrive back in Boyerstown at 3pm.