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Simonstown Suffer Defeat

Simonstown Suffer Defeat

Ratoath 1-14 Simonstown Gaels 0-4 Simonstown and Ratoath played out this contest in windy and cold conditions. This encounter had extra quality on display due to the postponement of the Meath and Cavan game. Simonstown were boosted with the comeback of Brían Conlon,... read more
Gaels Defeat Neighbours

Gaels Defeat Neighbours

Simonstown Gaels 3-11 Wolfe Tones 0-2 Simonstown Gaels played against the Tones tonight under cold and windy conditions. It was cagey to begin with and it took 13 minutes for the first score to be registered. Cian Ward opened the scoring after 13 minutes, remarkably... read more
Kells Edge Past Simonstown

Kells Edge Past Simonstown

Simonstown Gaels 2-11 Gaeil Colmcille 2-12  in Grangegodden Ciaran Kenny’s first game in charge of Simonstown began today with a defeat. Simonstown were missing some key players due to the Meath and Roscomman game and were without Brian McGrath, Shane Barry and... read more

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Juvenile Registration Day Coming Soon!

Juvenile Registration Day Coming Soon!

Juvenile Registration is Coming SOON! Please keep your eye on our facebook page, website, instragram and twitter account for any update. YOUR CLUB NEEDS YOU. New members are welcome! Plenty of teams here in Simonstown (U6 - U 17)....
Juvenile AGM 29th Jan

Juvenile AGM 29th Jan

Juvenile AGM will take place on Monday the 29th of January at 8pm. Any coaches,mentors and parents are welcome to come and voice their opinion on motions and other matters. We look forward to seeing you.
Simonstown Academy is Back

Simonstown Academy is Back

Simonstown Academy is back this Tuesday evening 16th January at 6:45 pm after the Christmas break for Under 5/6/7. make sure kids have plenty of layers and remember gumshields and water bottles 2 euro subs. New members as always are welcome, come join our team. ...

Simonstown GFC A Brief History 1965 - 2017

In 1965 Muhammad Ali was Heavyweight Champion of the World, Lyndon Johnson was in the White House, Sean Lemass was Taoiseach, Martin Quinn was Meath’s full-back, Mick O’Connell was the star man for Kerry, Colm O’Rourke was in high infants over in Leitrim, and Arkle won his second Gold Cup.

Just outside of Navan, meanwhile, a group of lads, led by Joe Clarke of Simonstown and Jimmy Lane of St. Mary’s Park, were making a big decision to start a new football club. They had to get a few locals back from Kilberry and Gibbstown, there were a few ex-O’Mahony’s available, and there were a few other young lads unattached and ‘mad’ for action.

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