What's happening at the club
The pride of representing your Club is only surpassed by that of pulling on the County jersey, in our case, the Saffron of Antrim. Throughout our history we have had representation in football but over the last number of years we now have representatives in Ladies football at all levels and juvenile Camogie. 2019 was
Read this November’s GAA monthly newsletter via the link below. Check out the motions that have been put forward for some rule changes regarding use of a ‘Sin Bin’ and kick outs. There is also information on the GAA Injury Benefit Fund and theIreland Lights Up campaign for 2020. https://www.gaa.ie/news-archive/news/read-the-latest-club-newsletter-november-2019/
We are delighted to have Fane Valley support the junior girls’ academy at St. Joseph’s GAC as part of their ongoing local community involvement. Speaking at St. Joseph’s for the shirt presentation, Niall McCool – Fane Valley Group, Communications and Marketing Manager said, “We are excited to be able to support the junior girls’ academy, which
Sunday 17th November saw our AGM take place at the Clubrooms at Chapel Hill. Many thanks to all of our committee, members, volunteers, players, referees, parents and supporters for all your efforts in 2019. A huge amount of work and effort saw progress both on and off the field in all codes and age groups.
St. Joseph’s GAC held their annual Dinner Dance and Awards evening at the Ballymac Hotel on Friday past. As always this is a celebration of the progress made by the Club in the past year and duly recognises those who have made special contribution both on and off the field of play. On the field,
***Club 100 Draw*** As the first year of our Club 100 Draw comes to a close we would like to thank everyone who kindly signed up to this important fundraiser! We’ve had 13 different winners over the 12 months! Congratulations to our special Christmas draw winners! £1000 – Kieran O’Neill £750 – Davy McBride
Nominations to posts on our committee are now being sought for 2020. Download this document and return to our Club secretary – email@example.com Please ask the person whom you would like to nominate for a role within our Club first before putting forward their name. All positions are open and as always we would encourage members
Our Under 16 Boys and Coaches enjoyed a fantastic night at the Island Centre in Lisburn on Friday 1st November. They were duly presented with the Junior Sports Team of the Year 2019 Award. Our Club are extremely proud of all of them. This recognition is testament to their attitude, commitment, work ethic and camaraderie.
Due to major reparation work at Chapel Hill the pitch will be closed for ALL activities until February 2020. At that point the field will only be used depending on weather conditions. In order to maintain the excellent playing surface we have come to expect it is important that everyone respects this closure and stays