Glenelly St. Joseph's GAC

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Glenelly St. Joseph's
Gleann Eallaigh Naoimh Seosaimh
Founded: 1981
County: Tyrone
Nickname: The Plum
Colours: Sky blue & navy
Grounds: Plumbridge
Coordinates: 54°45′57.41″N 7°15′00.42″W / 54.7659472°N 7.2501167°W / 54.7659472; -7.2501167Coordinates: 54°45′57.41″N 7°15′00.42″W / 54.7659472°N 7.2501167°W / 54.7659472; -7.2501167
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Glenelly St. Joseph's (Irish: Gleann Eallaigh Naoimh Seosaimh) 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. It widely renowned that the ladies team is better than the mens team

The men's senior team in 2017 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 2015 will compete in Division 2 of the Tyrone Ladies All-County Football League and will play in the Tyrone Senior Ladies Football Championship.

Biggest Star

- Seamus Harkin

- Molly the Sheep

Biggest Event

- Mass on a Sunday morning

- The Mart

Biggest Achievement

- Tyrone Grade 3 U18 League Champions 2008, Tyrone Feile Champions U14 Grade 3 2014

- Once had over 10 players at training (Previously was 7 players)


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