***Club 100 Draw*** The Club would like to sincerely thank all those who very kindly have signed up for the 24 month period. Winners: January – Mark O’Neill February – Brian and Emmet McCorry March – Patricia McCann April – The Forestor Family May – Orla McClenaghan June – Trevor Nulty July – Tom and
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Glenavy U16s welcomed St. Enda’s to Chapel Hill on Sunday evening in the semi final of the Breslin Shield. Both teams headed into the game boasting impressive unbeaten league records. As expected the game was a closely fought affair. St. Enda’s opened the scoring and Glenavy responded with a free from Matthew Lawlor from distance.
Antrim Division 2 League St.Joseph’s 0.12 v 1.10 St.James’ This eagerly awaited local derby turned out to be a very quiet affair, only the closeness of the score in the second half gave the large turnout something to cheer about. A heavy shower of rain just before throwin left the underfoot surface difficult for the
The Francie Doone Cycle returns on the 8th September…stay tuned for more information on what always is a fantastic day, held in memory of Club stalwart, Francie.
St. Joseph’s GAC Cúl Camp Our Cúl Camp registration is now open. Dates: Monday 1st July to Friday 5th July Ages: Nursery Camp – 10am to 12.30pm 6 year olds will spend the morning in the nursery and move to the main camp for the afternoon Main Camp – 10am to 2.30pm Please register via
All eyes to Athletic Grounds on Saturday evening By Brendan McTaggart All eyes turn to the big ball on Saturday evening with Antrim kicking off their Ulster Championship at home to All-Ireland finalists, Tyrone. At home to Tyrone. By home, we know that means another away match with the Athletic Grounds in Armagh the
Antrim Minor C Camogie final GortGlenavy 5-11 Rasharkin 0-1 It was all one way traffic in the Minor C Camogie final at Tir na nÓg on Saturday as the Gort-Glenavy combination proved way to strong for Rasharkin. Two early goals from Brogan Crossan were added to with points from Anna McCann (2), Blaithin Cahill, Cliodhna
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
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
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