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Under 14 Boys through to their League Final

Thomas Devlin Car Sales U14 League Shield Semi-Final St.Joseph’s Glenavy 2.10 v 0.06 Kickham’s Creggan The game was played at Chapel Hill on a slippery pitch which made it difficult for players to get into a rhythm but was played in a good spirit by both teams. The home side settled first and were first

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Senior Ladies Rue First Half Display Against Glenravel

Antrim Ladies Intermediate Football Championship Con Magee’s 7.05 v 3.11 St.Joseph’s Played at Tir Na nÓg on a cold wet August evening before a large crowd who saw a game of two proverbial half’s. The North Antrim side bossed their South West cousins all over the pitch in the first half and indeed only for

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Senior Lose by the Narrowest of Margins in Parish Derby

Aldergrove Complete the Double on Neighbours Glenavy Antrim Division 2 Football league St. James’ 1.10 v 1.09 St. Joseph’s Local parish rivals Aldergrove and Glenavy met in the second round at Crumlin on a cold miserable evening. With torrential rain just before the throwin meant the players had to contend with a wet slippery pitch.

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Minors Through to Next Round of Championship

Antrim Minor B Football Championship St. Joseph’s GAC, Glenavy 1.14 v 2.08 Clan na Gael When these sides met in the league Clan na Gael won on a score of 4.20 v 1.1 which made the visitors raging hot favourites going into this game. The home side fielding a young side were rewarded with a

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Read the Latest GAA Newsletter Here!

The July edition contains important information on: The 2019 National Club Forums Goalpost safety GAA & RNLI Respect the Water campaign All-Ireland Poc Fada finals Táin Óg League Renault GAA World Games Any feedback on the GAA Club Newsletter can be directed to clubnewsletter@gaa.ie https://www.gaa.ie/news/read-the-latest-gaa-club-newsletter-july-2019/

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Antrim Wheelchair Hurlers Need Your Support!

Wheelchair hurlers from Co. Antrim have been nominated in the Best Sport Project Category in the 25th Birthday National Lottery Awards and need your help to win!     Conn Nagle (St Enda’s Glengormley), Peter Lewis (Portglenone), David Doherty and Aaron Gillen along with their fellow Ulster GAA Wheelchair Hurler teammates are one of ten groups nominated and are in

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Honours Even at Chapel Hill for Under 12s

Photographs: Bert Trowlen SW U12 Football League Glenavy 1-4 Tir na nOg 1-4 On a very warm evening at Chapel Hill, St Joseph U12’s welcomed Tir na nOg, Randalstown. It was sure to be a tense match as Glenavy won the away match by only one point, earlier in the season. A bigger Tir na

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Under 14s Secure Solid Win Against Tír na nÓg

South West U14 League Section 2 Glenavy 4-2 Tir na nOg, Randalstown 0-4 Photographs: Bert Trowlen Glenavy had Tir na nOg, Randalstown as visitors to Chapel Hill on Friday evening in their penultimate game in the section 2 of the SW U14 league. Both teams came into the game very much still in contention for

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Seniors Secure Local Derby Win

Division 2 Football League St.Patrick’s Lisburn 1.08 v 1.14 St.Joseph’s Glenavy. Going into this game the home side playing at their home ground on Kirkwood Road knew they would  of playing division three football next season. On the other hand the visitors knew they would be staying in the second division. After a close first

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#OnThisDay in the Hayes Hotel, Thurles in 1884, Michael Cusack, Maurice Davin and six others met to form an organisation for the preservation and cultivation of our national pastimes. This organisation became known as the #GAA.

Comhghairdeas to our U16s who were awarded with the Lisburn and Castlereagh Sports Personality of the Year Awards #spoty2019 #lccc


We have just carried our major reparation work on our pitch at Chapel Hill after the season has finished. As a result the pitch will be CLOSED for ALL activities for everyone until February 2020. Our walking track remains open for use and lit in the evenings

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