Friday, February 27, 2009


An E.G.M. of Boyle & District Angling Club will be held on Wednesday 25th of March 2009, in Tawnytaskin School at 9pm.
Proposed Constitution for the Club
All members please attend!

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Press Release

Boyle & District Angling Club are seeking to pass a new Club Constitution at a general meeting next month. (Date to be confirmed) Any member who wishes to view or obtain a copy of the newly drafted constitution can do so by attending an open meeting which will take place on Wednesday the 25th of February 2009 in Tawnytaskin School.
Alternatively contact any of the following Officers:
Chairman Eamon Conroy: 086 8492531
Secretary Jane Suffin: 0862202202

All members please note that membership is now due for renewal. Anybody wishing to join or renew their membership please attend the meeting or contact the above.
Membership fee is set at € 30.-

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Paddy Sharkey Perpetual Memorial Lough Gara Cup

The Paddy Sharkey Perpetual Memorial Cup will be fished for on Sunday 22nd of March on Lough Gara. This is an open pike angling Catch & Release competition. All Anglers welcome.
Entry fee: €20 per Angler
Entries will be taken at Templeronan pier.
Fishing 11am to 6pm
Presentation of all prizes will take place in Scanlon's Riverside Bar at 8.30pm.
For more information contact: Jane Suffin on 0868301261

Charity Competition Results

Our annual Charity competition was held on Lough Key on Sunday.
A number of our members turned up and went out to brave the elements and more just turned up to support the cause, our fundraising for the Special Olympics Ireland/ Roscommon area.
Thanks to everybody, all contributions were much appreciated.
Members of our committee will soon present all monies collected to the Special Olympics Ireland/Roscommon Committee.
As far as the fishing was concerned it was tough going and only two fish where caught.
Nevertheless the winning fish was a big one weighing in at over 20lbs., caught by Peter Noone.
Second was John Nicholson with a 2 lbs. pike.
Photos to follow.