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Anyone looking club gear Carmel will open the

shop at the clubrooms 12.30pm - 1.30pm on


St. Joseph's Glenavy

Christmas Quiz will be held Sunday 28th December in the Fiddlers Inn Crumlin at 8pm. All proceeds will be donated to Prostate Cancer Research



Ballymacrickett PS and St. Joseph's GAC are running

 after schools Gaelic football training. The training will run

 on a Tuesday and Thursday from 3-4. If anyone is

interested in helping out please contact Carmel O'Neill





Boys and Girls


6pm - 7pm

Crumlin Integrated



Boys and Girls


10.30 -11.30 am

Glenavy Pitch



Boys and Girls


10.30- 11.30 am

Glenavy Pitch





8pm - 9pm

Crumlin United 3G





2pm - 3pm

Crumlin United 3G





1pm - 2pm

Crumlin United 3G





1pm - 2pm

Crumlin United 3G





8pm - 9pm

Crumlin United 3G


Training Starts W/B 13th October


Training will be for 7 weeks with December closed.


Training focused on skills development


Based on 2015 age groupings


These sessions are not to be considered as part of preseason but focused on developing / maintaining skills


Minor & U-16 County Winners

Antrim Minor B League

It’s congratulations to our Minor (U18s) footballers on winning the

Antrim B league. This was a fine effort by the players and

management. The club members are proud of you.  


Well done to our U16 team on winning the All County Shield Final against Gort na Mona on a score of 7-9 to 2-16. Thanks to the players and management for all the work they have done all year.

Thanks to our supporters who turned out in such large numbers on a Sunday morning, also a special thanks to the players family members who supported the team throughout the year.

2014 Annual Dinner

St.Joseph’s Annual Dinner 2014-11-10

St.Joseph’s held their annual dinner in the Ballymac Hotel on Saturday 8thj. Nov.

The large attendance enjoyed the excellent meal that was served up.

The Annual Awards:

Senior Ladies Player; Cathy Scannell.

Senior Male Player: Ciaran Loney.

Junior Male Player; Gerard Hamilton.

There were joint club persons of the year:

Francis O’Neill & Dermot O’Boyle.

A special award was made to Gary O’Neill & Gerard Doone for the work they the carry out for the club.

The evening finished with a disco.

U-16 Girls All Ireland7's

St Joseph's Glenavy


St Joseph's U16 Girls-






All Ireland 7's


Our U16 girls represented the club at the All Ireland 7s in County Clare on the first weekend in September. Playing teams from Kildare, Cork, Mayo, Galway and Clare in the league stages. We played well losing by less that 2 points 3 times in high scoring games and winning one match well. Not qualifying for the knockout stages. But some beach therapy and a surfing session at Spanish Point rounded off the weekend in good spirits. Special thanks to Sport Lisburn for support, parents who supported, the coaches, the youth committee, and to the girls for fundraising efforts and for their brilliant behaviour over the entire weekend and season. A credit to their club and families.

Festival Committee

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.

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