Important Upcoming events

 

Senior Football Championship Quarter Final 

Naomh Gall V Naomh Pol, Saturday 6th September at 6.00 pm, Venue -  Corrigan Park Belfast

Minor Football Championship Final

Naomh Gall V Tir Na nOg, Saturday 13th September at 2.oopm, Venue – Glenavy

Senior Hurling Championship Semi Final

Naomh Gall v Sarsfields/Naomh Brid Cloiche An Mhuillin, Saturday 13th September at 5.30pm, Venue Corrigan Park

 

See link below for all Championship fixtures on County website

All upcoming Antrim GAA championship dates

 

Remember 2010!

Our senior footballers will be travelling to Co. Clare on 12th July to play Kilmurry Ibrickane, reliving  the historic game when they won the All Ireland title.
This game is a highlight of their centenary celebrations, and coincides with the Willie Clancy miltown festival. Given the festivities, we will be staying over at the Lahinch Golf & Leisure Hotel. If you are interested please contact Sinead 07926795384 asap.

 

Registration Notice

 

IF YOU DO NOT PAY YOUR CLUB REGISTRATION BY STANDING ORDER, YOUR FEES MUST BE PAID IN FULL BY THE END OF MAY 2014.AFTER THIS DATE IF YOU HAVE NOT PAID YOU WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO PLAY. THANK YOU.

 

 

Be Part of a Winning Squad

As the football and hurling season comes to an end we would like to encourage our juvenile players to turn their attentions to handball. St Galls have had great success in juvenile handball in recent years and are now the most successful club team in Antrim. We would like to build on this success and develop our club by encouraging our young boys and girls to come along and give handball a go. Juvenile training is at 5.30 pm every Friday at Gortnamona. We would particularly encourage girls to take up this sport.

Interesting read. A few good pointers for us parents

Interesting read. A few good pointers for us parents


The Ride Home | Problems in Youth Sports | Changing the Game Project
changingthegameproject.com
One of the things that many young athletes say they dislike about sports is the ride home after games. They are emotionally and physically exhausted, yet many parents choose this moment to criticize and critique their performance. Let the ride home belong to your kids!

More Juvenile Handball Success

Well done to David Murphy and Gearoid O’Neill who both reached the final of the inaugural Steve Madden Feile handball tournament. Particular congratulations must go to David who emerged victorious in a terrific match that went to a tie breaker.

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