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Match Report: Reserve v Tír na nÓg

Antrim Div 2 Reserve Football League S.W. Antrim McCormick Cup St.Joseph’s 2.12 v 2.15 Tir Na nÓg Tir na nÓg claim the league points and progress to the next round of the McCormick Cup. The game was played on a beautiful summer evening in front of very few spectators. Both sides deserve a word of

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Seniors Suffer Narrow Defeat to Davitts

Antrim Division Two Football League Glenavy 3.09 v 3.10 Davitt’s Played on a very slippery surface this game will not live long in the memory of the home club. The twenty five scores did not reflect the poor standard of football played by both sides. Davitts probably deserved the favourable result because of their greater

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Late Surge Sees Seniors Secure Second Win

Report by Glenravel PRO Glenravel 0-10   Glenavy  1-08 With a gale force wind blowing straight down Fr Maginn Park this match was never going to be about free flowing football. Instead it was about who would make fewer mistakes over the hour and who could marshal the elements better playing both with and into

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St. Joseph’s Come out on top in Local Derby

  Report: Terry Cormican Photographs: Bert Trowlen ACFL Division 2 St.Joseph’s Glenavy 1-09 St. Patrick’s Lisburn 0-11 Newly promoted, St. Patrick’s, Lisburn lost for the second time in two Division 2 outings when they visited St. Joseph’s, Glenavy but have shown that they are more than capable of holding their own in the higher division

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St. Joseph’s GAC Community Festival is Back!!

It’s that time of year again folks! Lots of activities for all of the family and the whole community. Everyone welcome! Bingo, Texas Hold’em, Family Fun Day, Fight Night in association with Townland ABC, The Big Breakfast and ABBA sensations, all in St. Clare’s Community Hall, Glenavy. It promises to be a good one! See

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***Fixtures and Training – Week beginning Monday 8th April***

Lots of upcoming games and training this week! Show your support for our teams! Never stuck for something to do! Monday 8th April Aldergrove (A) 7pm Senior Reserve Gall’s (A) 6.30pm Senior Ladies Rasharkin (A) Under 16 Camogie Nursey, Under 6 and Under8/10 Girls’ Football Academy 6.30pm Chapel Hill Senior Men training Chapel Hill 7pm

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Check our the latest GAA Newsletter

Click on the link below to read about all things GAA! Included in this edition is information on this year’s Cúl Camp registration. Cúl Camp in Glenavy will begin Monday 1st July. file:///C:/Users/p_mcc/Downloads/GAA%20Club%20Newsletter%20-%20March%202019.pdf    

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Match Report: Senior Men v All Saints, Ballymena

  ACFL  League Division 2 All Saints 2-09 v 2-08 St.Joseph’s Glenavy Report: Terry Cormican Photos: Bert Trowlen   In a keenly contested game in which could have gone either way right up to the final whistle the home side edged it by a point. Glenavy fielded with seven debutants to senior football and they

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Fixtures up to Sunday 7th. April.

Monday 1st April – Moneyglass (Home) 6.30pm Senior Ladies Tuesday 2nd April – v Aldergrove (Away) 6.30pm Under 16 Ladies Tuesday 2nd Aril – v Creggan (Home) 6.45pm Minor Boys Thursday 4th April– v Lamh Dhearg (Away) 6.30pm Under 14 Ladies Saturday 6th April – v St. Enda’s  (Home) 11 am and 12 noon –

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Fixtures up to Sunday 31st. March

St. Joseph’s GAC Fixtures #NSLA19 March 2019 Saturday 30th March – v St. John’s (H) 11 am and 12 noon – Under 12 and 14 Camogie Sunday 31st March – v Sarsfields (H) 10.15am Under 16 Boys Sunday 31st March – v Ballymena (A) 3pm Senior Men Away Sunday 31st March – v Ballymena (A) 1.30pm

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97 points between them, over an hour of total football, Ulster schools football is alive and kicking and @LCCGAA and @Rathmorepe are at the heart of it!

@malmcmullan and @MKBurke1 can attest to it 👌

@GlenavyGAA have themselves an absolute gem 🌟


Congratluations to Ellen Morgan and all the Antrim Minor girls who defeated Down in the Ulster Final. Congratulations also to Ana Mulholland who captained Antrim Under 15 girls to a league title after defeating Down as well. Well done to both squads and management teams! #nsla


Many thanks to Paul Law for facilitating an excellent workshop for our nursery and U6 coaches this evening as part of the Gaelfast initiative #gaelfast #coachdevelopment

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