Southern Gaels aspiring for championship silverware in Under 19 Division 2 final

Southern Gaels Under 19 side will contest the Division 2 hurling final against St Oliver Plunketts in Ballymore on Sunday at 11.30am.

Southern Gaels are hoping to retain the title they won last year. Mentors Tony O’Keeffe, Tommy Murphy and Martin Geary and the squad have put in a great effort all year and are well prepared for the challenge ahead.

Hopefully, a large group of supporters will attend to encourage the team.


The club will hold the AGM on Friday, November 24, at 7pm, in the Dead Centre Brewing meeting rooms in Custume Place. It is hoped a large number of club officials, mentors and supporters will attend to review the year and plan for hurling and camogie activities for 2024.

Second Level Schools

Best of luck to the Bower and the Marist colleges, both players and mentors, as they embark on their school match programmes in camogie and hurling for the year.

Juvenile Training

Winter training for young hurlers continues in the Gael Scoil, beside Athlone Regional Sports Centre each Sunday.

The academy and Under 7’s training takes place from 1.15-2pm; Under 8’s training from 2.15pm-3pm; Under 10’s training from 2pm-3pm and Under 13’s training from 3pm-4pm.. All are welcome. both boys and girls with hurls and helmets available for beginners.

Quid Games

Well done to Tony O’Keeffe who represented Southern Gaels in the Westmeath GAA fundraiser last Sunday, he did the club proud. Thanks to all who contributed to support Southern Gaels and Westmeath GAA.


Sincere sympathy to the Fiona and Micky Moran on the recent bereavement of Fiona’s father Gerry Moyler in Limerick. May he rest in peace.


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