Save the Date – April 30th 2022.
Lets gather as a whole community and be part of Glenroe GAA’s future!
Come join us for a night of food, music and craic as we launch our Astro Development Project. We’ll also be presenting our Minor and Junior B teams with their medals
Firgrove Hotel – Saturday April 30th – 8pm
Music by Nightfall ~ MC Matt O’ Callaghan
A great night guaranteed, don’t miss it
Glenroe GAA Club Lotto Draw Results on 21/04/2022 Jackpot €4,800
Numbers drawn: 6, 10, 22, 24
No Jackpot Winner.
Lucky Dip Winners & Promoters.
€30 – Catriona Kenneally
€30 – Teresa Kelly.
€30 – Mary Howard.
€20 – Caroline Wren.
€20 – Casey Family
€20 – Teresa Kelly
Next draw on Thursday May 5th 2022 Jackpot €5,000
Glenroe GAA Club gear in now available on the O’ Neills website. You can log onto
We are delighted to announce that a new Defibrillator has been securely fitted to the exterior wall of the clubhouse, adjacent to the main pitch. All essential contact details and our club’s eircode are displayed next to it
Fixtures this week
Junior B
Glenroe vs St.Kieran’s in Glenroe at 7pm on the 1st of May
Premier Intermediate
Kilfinane vs Glenroe in Kilfinane at 5pm on the 30th of April
The Junior B’s maintain their winning start to the League
The Glenroe Junior B team continue their fine form with a surperb performance over an impressive Castletown Ballygran team in Glenroe on Thursday. They got off to a rocky start with a goal for the visitors inside five minutes but Glenroe regained their composure with some well taken points with Glenroe scoring 0-12 points in the first half and only one of these from place balls, Liam Dennehy scoring three and Tommy McDonnell and Cillian O Brien grabbing two each also. The scores at half time was 0-12 Glenroe to 1-7 Castletown/Ballyagran. The second half Glenroe showed their fine form that has brought them so much joy recently, scoring 1-2 with no reply in the first five minutes of the second half. This relentless scoring power kept going with Cillien O’Brien adding to his tally with a fine taken goal just past the halfway stage in the second half and quickly followed by Liam Dennehy hitting the back of the net to stretch Glenroe’s lead. It wasn’t only in attack that Glenroe were impressing with only 1-3 conceded in the second half with some strong defending on display. Glenroe finished off an incredible second half display with Shane O’Donoghue getting in on the act with a goal also and Glenroe finishing with a second half tally of 4-11. The final score was 4-23 to 2-10 in the end. Some excellent displays from Liam Dennehy, Cillean O’Brien, Tommy McDonnell, Shaun Moloney and Shane O’Donoghue.
Team: Ian O’Sullivan, Denis Casey, Jordan Sheehy, Jonathan Tallon, Shaun Moloney (0-3, 1 from 65), Kieran Tobin, Cillien O’Brien (1-2), Darren Carroll (0-2), Thomas McDonnell (0-4), Liam Dennehy (1-4), Dan Hennessy, Bob Frewen (0-4, all from Frees), Shane O’Donoghue (1-1), Maurice O’Brien (1-1), Killian Meade (0-2)
Subs: Cathal Flynn for Denis Casey, Conor Fenton for Dan Hennessy, Eoghan O’Shea for Johnny Tallon, Dylan McSweeney for Killian Meade, Pakie Sheehan for Cillien O’Brien
Premier Intermediate finish strong to beat Effin
The Glenroe Premier Intermediate Team had fine victory over Effin in Glenroe on the 19th of April. Liam Dennehy gave them a perfect start with a goal inside the first five minutes. Effin were proving tough opposition to shruge off but some excellent scoring from the formwards in particular Mark O’Connell who scored two from play and two from free to have Glenroe leading by four points going into the break. The scores Glenroe 1-8 Effin 0-6. Effin were not going away matching Glenroe halfway through the second half for scores keeping the four point deficit. However, Glenroe showed their class to pull away towards the end of the game with a combination of some excellent free taking by Mark O’Connell and a fine display of scoring from Eoin Walsh picking up four second half points. In this period Glenroe outscored Effin 0-12 to 0-5. Some excellent defending resulted in a clean sheet for Ian O’Sullivan with some great protection from the backs in front of him also. The final score was Glenroe 1-20 to Effin 0-11.
Team: Ian O’Sullivan, Eoin Gallahue, Patrick McSweeney, Jordan Sheehy, Cillein O’Brien, Stephen Walsh, Shaun Moloney, Ciaran Kelly, Sean Clancy, Mark O’Connell (0-7, 4 from frees 1 from 65), Liam Dennehy (1-0), Darren Carroll, Tommy McDonnell (0-2), Brian O’Connell (0-3), Eoin Walsh (0-7).
Subs: Diarmuid McCarthy for Cillein O’Brien, Shane O’Donoghue (0-1) for Darren Carroll, Bob Frewen for Brian O’Connell, Jonathan Tallon for Darren McCarthy, Conor Fenton for Mark O’Connell