I guess at 114Kg that's boat+engine? or is that the hull alone? How does your trolley look? Is it a "plank" that the transom sits on, or something more exotic?
Two of us used to manoever a waterlogged dory by rolling it onto it's side (2 of us to lift one side, but as most of the weight is taken by the ground it wasn't too bad) then one hold it up as the other pushed the trolley underneath, then both roll it back down onto the trolley.
Other methods are to lift the bow and slide the trolley in. Typical sailing dinghy trick, even works with Wayfarers which are black hole creating heavy! Once the trailer support passes balance point put the bow down and it becomes a slide job. (and being a SIB, if you do that before adding the engine, the balance point will be a LOT further forward, so you will only be lifting for a fraction of the time. Also the transom tends to be the heavy bit. Once on, add engine & roll. I've moved an SR4 off & back onto its trailer using that method!
Both of those suggestions will only work if your trolley has a nice "bottom friendly" support.....
Post a pic of the trolley, we can maybe come up with other ways of mating them.