St Josephs Glenavy GAC
- Created on Wednesday, 06 February 2013 16:11
Friday 19th. September
¬†SS/W U-13 Football Competition ¬†
¬†6.45pm¬†throwin ¬†@ Ahoghill¬†
Saturday 20th. September
¬†S. W. Minor League Semi-Final Shield
Tir na n√ďg ¬†v¬†Glenavy
¬†2.00pm¬†throwin ¬†@ Randalstown¬†
Saturday 13th. September
¬†SS/W U-16 Football Shield
¬†4.30pm¬†throwin ¬†@ Ahoghill¬†
Sunday 14th. September
¬†Antrim Intermediate Football Championship
¬†2.30pm¬†throwin ¬†@ Creggan¬† Admission ¬£5
- Created on Saturday, 31 May 2014 14:05
The Festival Committee would like to pass on our appreciation to everyone who made the Club's 3rd Annual Festival a great success. ¬†From those who assisted with setting up ahead of the weekend and packing up on Monday, to the many volunteers who took on roles during the various events, such as door admissions, crowd management, the big breakfast preparation and serving, bar work, hospitality, car park stewarding, clearing up and overnight security. ¬†¬†
Without the support of all those involved and everyone who came out and attended the various events, the weekend would simply not have happened so a big thank you to one and all.
Finally we would like to acknowledge the contributions made by The Fiddlers Inn, Gerry Hyland Solicitors, Denny, Glenavy Wine Flair, Sara and Neil McCann, The Cabbage Patch, Fruitvale Farm and Hunky Dorys. Their support is greatly appreciated.
The Festival Committee.
- Created on Wednesday, 09 April 2014 10:17
To improve the standard of primary school ¬†football in the SW through organised games that help children to become better team players. All children that turn up for a club, and are within the age groups playing, must participate in the games at some stage. It is the intention that every club in the SW should play against each other at this age level. FOCUS IS ON THE PLAYERS‚Äô DEVELOPMENT AND NOT THE RESULTS OF THE GAMES.
Aim of set up:
- A club will host 6/7 other clubs (all 15 clubs play on each date)
- No record of wins etc/ no league format (aim is merely to facilitate games)
- The teams are split into groups and the groups will meet at different venues each fortnight.
- Central locations have been identified for clubs at the edges to meet in order to cut down on traveling.
- Created on Tuesday, 08 April 2014 12:47
Our senior team assistant manager Marty Carey is doing a fundraising cycle ride for charity. Donations can be made by following the link below.
All the info about my fundraising challenge is best found on my just giving page:
I've also a Facebook page Mind Over Miles that I hope to keep updated as much as possible as well as giving regular updates on twitter @martycarey84
- Created on Friday, 21 March 2014 15:52
|U12 &U-14 Football|
|¬†¬†23 May||¬†||¬†St.Joseph's||¬†2.04||v||¬†5.12||All Saints'||Home||¬†Loss|
|18 Jul||¬†||All Saints'||¬†||v||¬†||St.Joseph's||¬†Away||¬†|
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