Simonstown GFC - About Us
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.
Simonstown Gaels are the Current Senior Football Champions in Meath.
For More Match Reports go to Adult Men Section.
Simonstown GFC Team News & Social Media
Adult Men GAA News & Updates
- Simonstown Under 17s lose to Kilbride
- Simonstown’s Séan Tobin Starts for Meath
- Under 13s training
- The Ball on the Wall is Back!
- Simonstown’s upcoming fixtures (2nd April – 11th April)
- Tones Come Out On Top vs Simonstown 16s
- Simonstown’s first loss in A League
- Simonstown Under 12s & 11s Challenge (25th March)
- Simonstown Under 8s (Go Games 25th March)
- Dowload The Academy Planner For The Year On Our Website
- RE: Membership is due!
- Simonstown Quiz Night (1st April)
- Simonstown Academy is back 25th March
- Simonstown Under 19s lose to Tones (16th March)
- Simonstown Edge Out Kells in B League
- Preview Simonstown Ladies v Skryne Ladies U16 Division
- Simonstown ladies beat Ashbourne
- Simonstown Overcome Summerhill (12th March)
- Under 12s Challenge vs St. Mary’s Donore
- Conor Nash named in Squad for Hawthorn AFC
Ladies GAA News & Updates
Underage Team News & Updates
Simonstown GFC Contact Details
Chairman: Jim Lane - 087 2868948 , firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Tom Lorton - 086 8530858 , email@example.com
Treasurer: Tom Gallagher - 087 2236917 , firstname.lastname@example.org
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