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
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Antrim U-16 League Final Friday 4th October at Aghagallon St. Joseph’s G.A.C. Glenavy 1.13 v 1.07 Gaeil an tSéibhe Dhuibh Belfast St. Joseph’s got off to a flyer with four unanswered points on the scoreboard in the the game was played under lights at St. Mary’s excellent pitch on a beautiful evening with little or no
Our Club would like to promote the LGFA and Sport Ireland initiative of Parents in Sport Week, taking place next week 7th – 13th of October. We would like to reach all parents to spread the word about how beneficial you can be to youth sport, and we need your help. Without the support of our
Thomas Devlin Car Sales Under 14 League Shield Final: Glenavy 4-7 St. Enda’s 1-5 Photos by Bert Trowlen St Joseph’s Glenavy produced their best performance of the season on Sunday evening against St Enda’s in the U14 SW League Shield Final at Aghagallon to take the title on a score line of 4-07 to 1-05.
All-County U-16 B Football Championship Final St Paul’s Belfast 1-10-1-07 St.Joseph’s Glenavy 22/09/19 @ Musgrave Park St. Paul’s claimed the U-16 B Football Championship after coming from behind at the interval to beat Glenavy 1-10-1-07 at Musgrave Park. St. Paul’s weathered a fast start from Glenavy and twice led by two-points in the opening half
St. Joseph’s GAC have proud to announce the donation of a new set of kits for Ballymacrickett P.S. in our Club colours. We would like to thank Mr Mulholland and the school staff for their continued support of the Club through use of their facilities and encouraging Gaelic games with all of their pupils. We
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
Francie Doone Cycle Please click on the links below to download the application and sponsorship forms for the Cycle. Thank you. http://www.glenavygac.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Cycle-Application-2019.pdf http://www.glenavygac.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Cycle_sponsor-form.pdf
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
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.