Minors: Clonduff 3-8 2-11 Rostrevor


Summer Camp Registration!

St Bronagh's GAA Summer Camp Registration Evening

Wednesday 30th July at Pettit Park - Time TBC

Price: £30 Child 1, £25 Child 2, £20 Child 3

ALL who wish for their child(ren) to be registered for the Camp are invited to the registration/info evening. 

Payment to be made on the night - although we will be accepting payment on the first morning of camp.

Don't forget about the Family Fun Day on the Saturday with a big BBQ and lots of activities for the kids!!


Rostrevor's senior footballers finished strongly to overcome Ballyholland in Sunday afternoon's league encounter at Pettit Park. Brendan O'Hare's penalty save midway through the half and 1-04 unanswered in the closing ten minutes paved the way for Gerard Colgan's men, as they move towards safety. Click here for report.



Local Celeb!

What about our newest local celebrity - can be seen on billboards across Ireland! You never know what these lads get up to in their retirement!

Ultimate Rostrevor XV

So with exactly 100 players being nominated for the Rostrevor Ultimate XV we have totted them up to produce the team below. The most picked player was Jarlath Austin, with Jarlath Farrell following closely behind. Austy was also the overwhelming choice for Captain! Notable mentions to Chris McCartan, Mark Rowland, Dermot Mackin and Caolan Mooney who just missed out on the team. Thanks to all who contributed - obviously some of the players from older generations didn't get as many votes as needed to make the top 15 but the nominations did range from 1940s right up to the present day!

Best Wishes

All at St Bronagh's GAC Rostrevor send best wishes and a speedy recovery to the Burren minor players who suffered nasty injuries in last night's game. We have heard this morning that one of the boys is out of hospital and recovering at home after scans found nothing broken, just very bad bruising. The other boy suffered a broken bone in his hand. Get well soon!

Cúl Camp 2014

The Cúl Camp came to an end on Friday, a great week was had by all - there are a selection of photos from the camp below! 

This sets us up well for St Bronagh's GAA Summer Camp 21st-23rd August - there will be a registration/payment/info evening for the Camp in the next few weeks, date to be confirmed later with family prices etc too.


Minors 3-9 Bredagh 0-9


Congrats Spud & Janine!

Cul Camp 2014

The Cul Camp is taking place this week in Pettit Park with over 120 children taking part. It is great to see the camps thriving once again this year providing quality coaching, lots of fun and entertainment for all of the kids! 


The 2014 Minor Championship draw has recently been made and our Minor side are in Group C which consists of 5 teams. Rostrevor have a bye in the first group match round before a home match to Carryduff on August 5th. Rostrevor than travel to Kilcoo on August 12th. Castlewellan is the next opposition away from home on August 19th before a juicy away encounter to a strong Warrenpoint side in Moygannon on August 26th. The top two sides from each group advance to the q-finals stage.

Minor A Football Round Robin Championship

Group A             Group B         Group C          Group  D

Shamrocks         Burren           CPN                Mayobridge

Bryansford         Clonduff       Carryduff       RGU

Ballyholland       Bredagh       Rostrevor    An Riocht

Liatroim              Saul               Kilcoo              Saval

                                                     Castlewellan  Baileghlas

Extra Time

July's edition of Extra Time is available to view here

The magazine published each month by the County Board contains useful info and articles on the GAA locally and nationally.


Calling all parents/P1-P7 children - St Bronagh's GAA Summer camp will take place in August at Pettit Park, see details below. All children welcome to join in a range of activities over the three days!

U14s beat Saval!


Expert Coaching

Last week, former All - Ireland winner with Derry and 4 time all-star footballer Tony Scullion paid a visit to Pettit park as part of his work with the Ulster Council to assess how club coach Aidan Murray is getting on. Aidan was picked along with 8 other coaches from Ulster to participate in the Ulster GAA Coach Academy which is supported by Sports NI. It is a scheme were they pick the best coaches from the Province and train them over a number of weekends to enhance their skills. After the session Tony gave the minor players a very passionate and worthwhile pep talk and told them how impressed he was with them and also with what Aidan was trying to achieve.

In the picture from L-R is Noel McAvoy, Aidan Murray, Tony Scullion and some of the minor players, Conall Gordon, Aidan Magee and Aaron Fearon.

Fr. Colum Murphy

Congratulations to Fr. Colum Murphy who was ordained in Newry Cathedral on Sunday afternoon. Fr Colum celebrated his first mass in Rostrevor on Monday evening, followed by a reception hosted by the club, it was an fantastic evening and a great way to begin Fr. Colum's journey in the priesthood, surrounded by those who have been so close to him growing up.

Chairman Malachy McCourt congratulates Fr. Colum after his ordination ceremony (left). Fr Colum celebrates his first mass in Rostrevor on Monday evening (right) - Photos Louis McNally