Play 𝐎𝐧𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐞 𝐂𝐥𝐮𝐛 𝐋𝐨𝐭𝐭𝐨 The draw takes place TONIGHT 16th July This week’s Jackpot is €3,800 euro Entries must be submitted before 8pm TONIGHT Lotto can also be purchased manually and submitted to any committee member or drop it into the Merlin Bar. You can sign up by clicking on the link below link for lotto: https://play.clubforce.com/play_newa.asp?ll_id=1305#Anchor The club would appreciate your support and it is
The St. James’ senior and juvenile AGMs took place recently and both meetings were well attended on Zoom. At the senior AGM, Jimmy Newell was reinstated as Chairman. The remaining executive officers were also re-elected and among these included Tony Hanley (Treasurer) and Pat Burke (Secretary). Jim Cotter was appointed Cultural Officer, Peter Bennett (Register) and Shane Forde (Delegate). In addition, at the Juvenile AGM, David Henry was
St. James Minor B West Board & County Championship Winners 2020. Top Row from L-R Mick Ralph logistics, Tom Frain kitman, Stephen Diviney medic, Alan O'Donnell coach, David Henry manager, Jimmy Gillespie selector, Ronan McNulty selector, Liam Finnerty selector and Kellieanne Folan medic. Middle Row from L-R Ciaran Kinsella, Joey O'Hara, Kevin Grennan, Fionán Conway, Sam O'Neill, Jack Folan, Eoin Finnerty, Jack Nolan, Darragh Neary, Daniel Kennedy, Matthew
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The club celebrated 25 years in 2020 and produced a booklet to mark the occasion. A fantastic night was had in the Clayton Hotel and we look forward to our 30th celebration in the future. You can view the publication by clicking on the link. Download 25th anniversary booklet Pictured are the St. James' GAA Committee Top Row L-R Olga Concar Murphy, Frank Kinneen, Denise Shaughnessy, Con O'Donovan,
The History of GAA Club Juvenile Chairperson David Henry is writing a book on the History of Gaelic games (Mervue G.A.A., Renmore G.A.A. and St. James G.A.A. Galway). This publication will be published in the near future. If you have an information, primary or secondary sources, please contact David: Email: email@example.com Phone: 087-4311905
The word ‘amalgamation’ in the GAA is often treated with disdain. The thought of two rival clubs joining forces can stir resentments within and open old wounds. There is a fear of losing a sense of identity. It is rarely seen as an opportunity to create something better, something stronger.
In these difficult times GAA clubs throughout the country are eager to find ways to assist local communities. St James’ on the east side of Galway city are adopting different methods to assist members and general public in their area.
Given the growth of St James’ GAA club, it would not be a surprise to see it challenging for senior championship honours in the not-too-distant future. However, until that point arrives, its juvenile director, David Henry, says the development of its young players remains the priority.
As a St James’ juvenile coaches meeting drew to a close at the start of the month, and attention switched to the upcoming John West Féile na nGael, Con O’Donovan turned to Alfie Howley recalling some heated battles in the fabled competition between Mervue and Renmore.