Glenelly St. Joseph's


Glenelly St. Joseph's

Infobox GAA club
club gaa = Glenelly St. Joseph's
irish = Gleann Aichle(Gleann Eallaigh) Naoimh Sheosaimh
Manager = |Sean McConnell founded = 1981
province = Ulster
county = Tyrone
nickname = The Plum
colours = Sky Blue & Navy
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Glenelly St. Joseph's (Irish: "Gleann Aichle Naoimh Sheosaimh" or "Gleann Eallaigh Naoimh Sheosaimh") is a Gaelic Athletic Association club. The club is based in Plumbridge, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland and serves the parish of Badoney Upper, which includes the villages of Plumbridge and Cranagh.

The club concentrates on Gaelic football with Ladies Gaelic football also provided for.

The senior team in 2008 will compete in Division 3 of the Tyrone All-County Football League and will play in the Tyrone Junior Football Championship.

The ladies senior team in 2008 will compete in Division 1 of the Tyrone Ladies All-County Football League and will play in the Tyrone Senior Ladies Football Championship. The ladies club is currently competing in Division 1 at all age groups.

External links

* [http://gaa.glenelly.net Glenelly St. Joseph's GAC Website]


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