2018 Role Of Honor 1953 - Present

Role of Honour 1953 - Present

 

2018 Won Recitation Antrim Senior Scór Aisling Dean

 2018 Won Léiriú Antrim Senior Scór & Ulster

Aoife Clenaghan;  Josephine O’Boyle; Maura McClelland;  

Joe McCourt ; Owen Gallagher; Paul Clenaghan; Phillip Gallagher

2017 Won U-12  Shield Final against Dunloy

2017 Lost the U-14 Shield against Tir na nÓg

2017 Lost Laverty Cup Final to All Saints’

2017 Lost U-16 Shield Final to All Saints'

2017  County Scór Winners

  Aithriseoireacht / Recitation- Aisling Dean,  Léiriú- St Joseph's.

2016   Ladies win Antrim Intermediate Championship

2015 U-12 team wins South West League

2015 Antrim Intermediate Football Champions

2015 U-16 team wins South West Breslin Shield

 2015 Minor team wins Antrim B league

 2015 Minor team reaches championship final

 20014 Ciara Thompson; winner in senior Scór

2014  Minor footballers win Antrim B league

2014  U-16 footballers win South West & Antrim Shield

2014  Bridget Hamill County winner in senior Scór

2013   U-16 footballers win South West & Antrim Shield

2013   Ladies win Antrim Intermediate Championship

2013    Paul Clenaghan County winner in Scór recitation

2012      Ladies win Antrim Junior Championship

2012      Ladies win Division 2 football league 

2012       U-16 Camogie team win league

2012      U-16 footballers lost shield final

2011       Won Shield @ St.Joseph's u-14 hurling blitz

2011       Ladies win St.Gall's 7 a-side

2011       U-14 Camogie league winners

2011       U-14 Footballer reach League Final

2011       U-16 Footballers Win South West League

2011       Minor Footballers reach Laverty Cup Final

2011       Ladies Reach Junior Championship Final

2010       Breslin Cup winners (U-16 Football) Champions

2010       Antrim Reserve Football Championship Winners

2008       Antrim U-16 Football Shield Champions

2008       South West U-16 Football Shield Winners

2007       South West U-16 Football Shield Winners

2007       Antrim Division 3 Football Winners

2006       South West U-16 Football Shield Winners

2006       Antrim Ladies Division 2 Winners

1996      Antrim & Ulster Scór Winners

St.Joseph’s Scór Ballad Group: Geraldine Doone, Fiona McCorry, Danny Trowlen, Tommy McCrudden & Seamus Brady

1994        Antrim & Ulster Scór Winners

St.Joseph’s Scór Ballad: Group: Geraldine Doone, Fiona McCorry, Danny Trowlen, Tommy McCrudden & Seamus Brady  

1992       O' Cahan Cup Winners

1992       Antrim All County Division 2 Winners

1992       Antrim Intermediate Football Champions

1984       Antrim Intermediate Football Champions

1984       Antrim Senior Scór Novelty Act Champions

1984       Antrim Scór na nÓg Novelty Act Champions

1983       Antrim Scor Senior Question Time Champions

1983       Ulster Scor Senior Question Time Champions

1982       Antrim Scor Senior Question Time Champions

1982       Antrim Scór na nÓg Ballad Group Champions

1981       County Junior Football Champions

1981       Antrim Scór na nÓg Novelty Act Champions

1981       County Shield For best contribution to Scór

1981       South West Antrim Football Champions

1978       South West Antrim Junior Football Champions

1977       Antrim Scór na nÓg Solo SingingChampion

1976       Antrim Senior Scór Novelty Act Champions

1973       Antrim Scór na nÓg Question Time Champions

1969       County Junior Football Champions

1969       South West Junior Football Champions

1967       South West Junior Football Champions

1953       Intermediate Football League Champions

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