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Reserves Defeat Rossa in Football Shield

Reserve Football Shield. Glenavy 1.12 v 2.06 Rossa Rossa travelled to Glenavy as hot favourites to return home with a win. The home side won the game in the first half with a sustained attack on the visitors defence to lead by seven 1.08 v 0.04 at the break. Once again a Glenavy team almost

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Honours Even at Sally Gardens

Antrim Division Two Football League Davitt’s v 1.14 v 1.14 St.Joseph’s With both sides on ten points at least a point was needed to guarantee division two football next season. In a highly entertaining game resulted in the point needed to escape a relegation battle. Played on a 4G pitch on a very hot evening

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St. Joseph’s GAC Summer Camp 2019 – Sign Up Form

🔶️◼Summer Camp Announcement◼🔶️ Calling all P1 to P7 kids! 🔶️St. Joseph’s GAC Summer Scheme🔶️ 🗓 19th – 21st August 2019 🕰 10am – 2.30pm Price: 1st child – £35 Additional child – £30 Coaches will have Access NI clearance. Gaelic games, rounders and much more! Registration: Monday evenings from 15th July – 6.30 to 7.30pm

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Seniors Gain Much Needed Win Against Rasharkin

Antrim Division Two Football League St.Joseph’s Glenavy 2.15 v 0.14 St.Mary’s Rasharkin St. Joseph’s took a giant stride towards retaining Division 2 football next season when they widened the gap to 5 points between themselves and Rasharkin with only three games left. Only for Jake Nelson, the home keeper, the result could have been a

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Seniors v Glenravel Match Report

Antrim A.C.F. L. Division 2 Glenavy 0.15 v 3.12 When these two sides met in Glenravel for their first game of the season only a point separated the sides in Glenavy’s favour. This time with home advantage St.Joseph’s were expecting to come out on top in a close encounter. It looked good for them at

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75th Anniversary DVD Launched

🧡🖤🧡Club News🧡🖤🧡 We are delighted to annouced that a DVD has been produced, documenting the history of our Club and the 75th Anniversary! Featuring key events and Club members, past and present, the film looks at how far we have come since 1943. Thanks to Aislinn and DreamMediaIreland.com for putting the film together and to

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Facility Development Update

Check out our Facebook for pictures and an update on our facility development. Still a bit to go but fantastic progress has been made as we strive to ensure the vibrancy and continued success of our Club well into the future. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1557878541012941&id=100003724318392        

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Match Reports

Under 16s Win Breslin Shield Final

South West Breslin Shield Final St.Joseph’s GAC, Glenavy 9.07 v 1.05 Cuchullians, Dunloy When these sides met in the league Glenavy came away with a comfortable win. This time a closer challenge was expected but the Chapel Hill side proved too strong for their North Antrim opponents. The game was played at the magnificent Ahoghill

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Minors Narrowly Beaten in Laverty Cup

South West Laverty Cup All Saints 3-14  St. Joseph’s Glenavy 1-14 Goals from Conal Killough and Jake White, midway through the opening half turned this Laverty Cup game at Slemish Park tonight and swung it in favour of All Saints Ballymena who took a time to settle against visitors St.Joseph’s. Glenavy arrived in Ballymena with

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Seniors Defeated in Moneyglass

Moneyglass closed the gap on league leaders O’ Donavan Rossa when they overwhelmed Glenavy in the late evening sunshine at Marian Hill on Tuesday evening.   The St Ergnat’s men started in a positive mode which they were to maintain throughout the hour and when the impressive Dermot Mc Erlain found the net atthe end of

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Club News

Lotto Results

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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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