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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5 days ago

St Josephs GFC

Louth County Draw

Please share far and wide, your support will help build our future.

On Sunday week (December 13th) we will have the first draw of our '12K's of Christmas'. Over the course of 12 days (December 13th-23rd and 27th), we are giving away €12,000 (one winner of €1,000 for each of the 12 days).

Please inform anyone you meet over the course of the next two weeks, online or offline of this incredible draw. Please share information and graphics about the draw to your club members.

All sales up to 23:59 on December 12th will be included in each of the twelve draws for 'The 12K's of Christmas'. Any tickets bought on December 13th or afterwards will be included in the subsequent draws. As always, tickets can be bought on www.pickahouse.ie or through all Louth GAA clubs. Christmas gift wallets are available so if you or your club want some do let us know and we will arrange delivery. GRMA.
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5 days ago

St Josephs GFC

Building our Future - Louth Stadium

A Chairde,

As many of you know, Louth GAA are currently embarking on arguably its single biggest event since 1957 with the development of its new county stadium in Dundalk.

Over the past three years, the design, development, and planning processes of the new state-of-the-art 14,000 capacity stadium for the county have begun to bear fruit. The stadium has been a long time coming, much longer than the past three years. However, it heralds a new dawn for Louth football, hurling, and camogie, for men and women, boys and girls - a proud home for all involved in their respective associations.

The county aims to raise funding towards the stadium's development. Grant aid from the government and from Croke Park will enable us to complete the project. As part of our fundraising efforts, Louth GAA has launched 'Pick A House' (www.pickahouse.ie), an initiative where not one, but two houses can be won, one in Dundalk and one in Drogheda! To date, the campaign has been going remarkably well with in excess of €620,000 raised. The draw date is set for April 4th, 2021. The completion of our new state-of-the-art stadium hinges on the success of our fundraiser, which is why it is critical that everyone supports in any way they can.

I am reaching out to you on a personal and professional level to assist. I ask, if you could share this email with your clubs and within your networks. Tickets, priced at €100, are available from every Louth GAA club, or if you would like to get one off me personally, please don't hesitate to get in touch. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.pickahouse.ie.

Our Christmas campaign is titled 'The 12K's of Christmas', where 12 lucky people will each win €1,000 over the festive period, beginning on December 13th. Christmas gift wallets are also available. Anyone who purchases a ticket by 23:59 on December 12th will be included in each of the twelve draws. All tickets bought on or after December 13th will be included in each of the subsequent draws.

Any help in promoting these campaigns is most appreciated. I have also attached a graphic for the initiative. Should you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Is mise,
Roibeard ó Duchonna,
Bob Doheny,
Coiste Chontae Lú.
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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