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AGM 2020 Elected Officers

AGM 2020 Elected Officers

Simonstown Gaels had their AGM on Friday. The elected officers for the year 2020 are Chairperson: Mel O’Rourke Vice Chairperson: Jim Lane Secretary: Dan Keane Assisstant Secretary:Mags Hain PRo : Evan Burlingham on a temporary basis until replacement found...

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Boot Swap Saturday 10th November 10:30-11:30

Boot Swap Saturday 10th November 10:30-11:30

Takes place 10:30 am - 11:30am this Saturday in the clubhouse. Donate a pair of boots or come and see what we have in your size. Few FAQ – My child has loads of old football boots, but we don’t need a new pair. Can we still donate them? Absolutely. The more...

Boot Swap Saturday 10th November 10:30-11:30

Boot Swap 20th October (10am – 11am)

Takes place 10 am - 11am this Saturday in the clubhouse. Donate a pair of boots or come and see what we have in your size. Few FAQ - My child has loads of old football boots, but we don’t need a new pair. Can we still donate them? Absolutely. The more pairs of boots...

Simonstown GFC Team News & Social Media

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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