Important Upcoming events

Friday 6th February at Naomh Gall

Fundraiser in aid of Patrick Lyttle and family 

Live Music and Disco, ballot on Night and Auction, tickets available in club at £5. Doors open 8pm – late


Club Registration 2015
Commencing start of February, registration must take place of all members for the coming year. Details of membership fees for 2015 and membership forms are available to download by visiting the forms section on this website.

After a recommendation/suggestion at our AGM we have revised our membership fees; whilst this is the first increase in 3 years we have endeavoured to keep the increase  at a minimum where possible and they are not reflective of the vast increase in the clubs insurance and affiliation fees.  They will however help our/your club to address some of ever increasing costs in running Naomh Gall

Registration for 2015 will be on Tues 3 Feb 2015 at 7.30-8.30pm and Sat 7 Feb 2015 from 10.30-1.00pm.If you would like to spread the cost over the year a  S.O. form is available in the club shop, can be downloaded from the website,  or obtained from behind the bar and will also be available at Registration sessions.

Please remember it is your responsibility to ensure your/ your child’s membership is paid. We would appreciate everyone’s co-operation in this matter.  Fees must be paid by 31st May 2015 unless paid by S/O.”


Friday 27th February

Club Awards night and Dinner dance at the Balmoral Hotel Belfast

Tickets are priced at £30 per person and will be available in club or from committee members from February 1st.


Watch this space throughout the year for further updates. If you have any Naomh Gall events that need advertised or details published, please e mail the club secretary with details at




Terrible Twosome do it Again!

Sean Stewart and Aodh Mullan played their way through to yet another handball final having come through a very strong field in the Antrim Juvenile Championships in St Pauls today. Sean had several good matches and grew stronger as he progressed, as did Aodh. However Aodh met local favourate Lorcan Philips who was playing well and pushed Aodh to a tie breaker before Aodh won through. This took its toll on Aodh when he took on Sean in the final, with Sean winning through . Both players can hold their heads high as they played to a high standard and upheld the reputation of Naomh Gall.