Sat 14 Mar 17:00 Drogheda Independent/Argus U16 Division 3 Boys 2020 St Joseph’s GFC v Wolfe Tones / Nicks Amalgamation
Mon 30 Mar 11:00 U20 League St Joseph’s GFC v Cooley Kickhams GFC
Tue 31 Mar 15:00 U20 League St Patricks GFC v St Joseph’s GFC


Fri 28 Feb 19:00 Division 5 League St Joseph’s GFC v Sean O’Mahonys 3-15 - 0-6
Tue 03 Mar 19:00 Sheelan Cup St Joseph’s GFC v Oliver Plunketts 2-15 - 0-11
Sun 08 Mar 15:00 Division 5 League St Joseph’s GFC v St Fechins GFC 2-13 - 1-09

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3 days ago

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The GAA/LFGA/Camogie Associations will be running a series of Webinar-based Officer Training modules over the coming weeks. The first of these will be streamed live next Tuesday April 7th and Thursday April 9th. The schedule is listed below –

Tuesday, April 7th, 6pm: Doing Things Right: Good Governance in your Club
Thursday, April 9th, 6pm: Finance and Governance for Club Treasurers

Pre-Registration is essential for both courses. Users must create an account on the GAA’s Learning Portal if they haven’t already done so - learning.gaa.ie/

Once an account is created, users can register for a webinar via the following link - learning.gaa.ie/lms/course/index.php?categoryid=260

We do hope that the webinars will be well attended and of benefit to Club Officers during this uncertain time.

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5 days ago

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The Late Patsy Culligan

This week the club has lost one of its longest serving members, a truly good man and definitely a character. Patrick (Patsy) Culligan passed away peacefully on Friday the 3rd April 2020. Son of the late Owen and Agnes (Drumleck) much loved husband of Anne, dear father of Niall, Nicola, and Julie, granddad of Chloe, Patrick, Cian and Oisín and brother of Danny, Gerard, Sean and Mary. Patsy will be sadly missed by all his family, neighbours and his many friends in our club.

Making his first team championship debut for the club in 1965, he played into the 1980’s, mainly in goals, but on occasion outfield also, usually in the full forward line. The pinnacle of his playing time came as goalkeeper when the Joes won their first ever Championship, the Junior Championship of 1971. Capping off a massive weekend for Patsy, as he was married just the day before! The final was an auspicious day for the club and Patsy had his brother Danny in front of him at full back and another brother Gerry lined out at corner forward. Their youngest brother Sean would join the ranks the following year and the Culligan brothers played together on many Joes teams throughout the seventies, with their father Ownie being a well-known and regarded member of the committee. His eldest child Niall also played with the club for a number of years, as did his brother in law Jimmy Sweeney.

Patsy joined the Joes committee for the first time in 1974 and served the club for many years in many roles, including PRO, County Board Rep and Secretary. He continued to be a very loyal supporter of the club throughout the years and was still selling his weekly lotto tickets right up until the shut down a few weeks ago and was still a very regular attender of games at all levels. He coached many underage teams over the years and was a selector when the junior team capped off a glorious year in 1983 by winning the Ranafast and Goodman Cups. Not to forget, he was involved in many a trip with Joes teams to his beloved Galway and Salthill over the years!

Patsy also gave the county many of years of service. He was the on the Louth county board fixtures committee in the late eighties, representing intermediate teams. He was a referee of note, taking charge of both intermediate and junior finals. He was also known for his work with the Louth Supporters Club.

Anyone who knew Patsy knew what a character he was and he will be sadly missed. So in these times of isolation we ask you to lift a toast to Patsy. A time will come in the future when we can all be together again and many of those great stories from over the years will be shared!

Patsy’s Funeral will take place privately, due to the Government restrictions at this time. His family understand and appreciate that people would like to offer their condolences. Please feel free to leave a message in the condolence book at the link below:

Ar dheis de go raibh a anam.
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1 week ago

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St. Joseph’s GFC - Help your Neighbour

The GAA together with Centra & Super Valu have started the initiative of #ClubTogether to support the elderly in our communities.

St. Joseph’s GFC is involved in the ‘Club Together’ initiative which supports the elderly who must remain at home and do not have family or friends who can shop for them.

Elderly customers register for this service via freephone 1800 111 500 and through SuperValu, Centra or GAA websites or they can call their local county council support helpline.

St. Joseph’s have a team of volunteers in place with Brian Philips as the co-ordinator who will be the link with both Centra & Super Valu.

St. Joseph’s GFC volunteer visits a store to complete the shop for the elderly person and delivers their shopping to their door in a contactless manner.

Should you need assistance please contact the 1800 111 500 or should you need further assistance please contact:

Tony Doherty (086) 8210823 or Darren Finnegan (087) 6534464.

Please share and get the message out to all in our community who need our assistance.

Take care, stay safe and keep each other safe.
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About the Joes

Naomh Seosamh CLG was formed in 1961 with the amalgamation of the Dromiskin Unknowns and the Darver Volunteers to provide one club to represent the whole parish. The first major success for the club was winning the 1971 Junior Championship and many years of hard work came to fruition in 1996 when we won our first Senior Championship. There have been many other notable successes over the years, not least a second SFC in 2006.

In 2019 we formed a new Ladies football club under the “OneClub” initiative of the GAA and LGFA.

We are a club with a proud tradition and hope for many more years of success!

More history here