This year due to the popularity and continuous growth of ladies Football we are in a position to enter teams at all codes for the 2018 season. We have also introduced some new coaching staff and mentors to work with existing members of the ladies teams. Kelly Darragh, Jeanette Mc Allister and Nicola Neeson taking […]
After another enjoyable day of camogie at the annual Joe Boyle tournament at Corrigan on Saturday, Swatragh ran out deserved winners of the Cup but were pushed all the way by the other competing clubs from Antrim, Down and Waterford. Tir na nOg picked up the shield and Grainne McNicholl made it a Swatragh double […]
Get voting for our club who have made the shortlist in the Andersonstown News ‘Best of the West Awards.’ Full details in this weeks Andersonstown News Voting opens tomorrow Thursday 15th March 2018
Congratulations to Naomh Eoin’s Laura Bannon, Maedbh Fennell, Leah Mc Auley, Eireann Boyd, Niamh Mc Ardle and the rest of the St Dominic’s team on winning the U16 Ulster schools championship beating Loreto Cavan by a scoreline of 3-19 to 1-01. Next up is an away game in Clones against St Claires Leitrim in the […]
Folks, Final registration on Saturday 9th Mar. 10am – 2pm. Remember if you are not registered you are not insured to play for our club.
ASDA Bag-pack March 16th 12.00 – 5.00 As a result of changes in ASDA practice we now need ADULTS (15yrs/16yrs ++) to mann this very financially rewarding activity. Anyone who can offer time within the above times please do so. If able to do a full 2.5hr shift great if not then please state […]
Saturday 24th February 10am-1pm Come along and see the stalls on display, have simple health checks, talk to professional people, taste healthy drinks and see the activities we have on offer. There is something for everyone!
The Chatterbox is open every Saturday from 9.30am-2pm serving homemade scones with jam & cream, muffins, donuts and buns. Enjoy a latte or a cappuccino, hot chocolate with marshmallows or tea in a warm and friendly atmosphere. All funds raised go to support the development of Gaelic games in Naomh Eoin.
Parcel Force join with St John’s GAC in a joint fundraising effort which raised £1400 for DePaul Charity for the homeless. Philip Kee from the charity accepted the cheque from Paul Morgan & Eileen Fitzsimmons Parcel Force, St John’s chairman Gerry McCann and Healthy Club Officer Maria Gough.