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Check Out the GAA Newsletter for July

Please find below the July edition of the GAA Club Newsletter which is packed full of news and information for club officers, players and members. We ask that you make it as widely available to your membership as possible.   Included is information on… Covid-19 Education Resources for Gaelic Games attract record views Visiting the

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Seniors Miss Out In Championship Opener

Larkin Cassidy Solicitors IFC group 1 St. Joseph’s Glenavy 0.13 v 2.12 St. Ergnat’s Moneyglass The game was played at Glenavy on a bright sunny day but a strong breeze was blowing straight up the pitch which affected the scoring. This was definitely a game of two half’s, the visitors ran up 2.08 v 0.03

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Derby Win for Senior Reserves

ST. JOSEPH’S  WIN LOCAL DERBY Senior Reserve Football Shield Group 2 Date: Friday 24th July 2020 St. Joseph’s Glenavy 2.10 v 1.05 St. James’ Aldergrove This was the first game played at Chapel Hill with supporters allowed into the ground with the relaxation from the lockdown.  As local derby’s go this was no exception with

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Intermediate Championship Ticket Details

🟠⚫🟠 URGENT NOTICE 🟠⚫🟠 We have been informed that admission to the Men’s Intermediate Football Championship group matches will be by ticket only. Tickets cost £25 and will allow entry to all 5 group matches. Tickets are non-refundable. There are no concessions for OAPs or children. EVERYONE MUST HAVE A TICKET If you wish to

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Senior Men Secure First League Win

Glenavy3.13 b 4.05 St.Teresas’ With home venue and excellent pitch the Chapel Hill side was looking forward to a win in the revised All County Division 2 but they didn’t get things easy. Inside the first five minutes St.Teresa’s were 2.01 in front. Darren McCann had the opening point quickly followed by goals from Joe

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***Facility Development Update***

Phase 2 of our facility development is almost complete! We are delighted to unveil the final designs for our ‘Community Space and Ball Wall’. This will be a great resource for our Club and area. The Community Space will include picnic tables and a great view of Lough Neagh, overlooking our new training facility. Additonally,

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***Important Notice – Return to Play Guidelines***

Please read this important announcement carefully and follow the instructions. All players must complete the procedures in order to return to play. The Club thanks you in advance for your cooperation.   In accordance with the GAA guidelines St. Joseph’s G.A.C. are making a return to play on 26th June. Prior to returning, all players

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Check out the GAA Newsletter for May and Club Update

A chairde, Please find below the May edition of the GAA Club Newsletter, and which is packed full of news and information for club officers, players and members. Please note that our grounds remained closed to ALL activity. There has been a lot of people taking it upon themselves to climb fences and trespass. Please

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Senior Ladies Raise Funds for Glenavy Covid-19 Response

Our Senior Ladies were raising funds for the Glenavy Covid – 19 response last week. They have covered “The Length of Ireland and Back” by walking, running and rowing. From Malinhead to Mizenhead, back to Malinhead before heading home to Chapel Hill covering a distance of over 1200km. Orlagh McClinton kept a diary of events

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Check out our Senior Ladies' player, @gmIaugh on Thursday's Saffcast! #nsla #lgfa 🟠⚫🟡⚪

🟠⚫🟠 Breaking News! 🟠⚫🟠
Great prizes up for grabs in our new 'Big 24' draw which will begin in March! All in aid of our facility development! Check out the video to see how far we have come & why we need your support! #nsla #Big24 #GAA #LGFA #camogie #OneClubOneCommunity

Happy New Year to all our members and friends at home and afar from everyone at The Hill. Hopefully 2021 brings us all some normality and we can get back to playing our games at these wonderful facilities #gaa #antrimgaa #nsla

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