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CONDOLENCES

Glynn Barntown GAA Club and the wider community are deeply saddened at the news of the passing of Monsignor Lory Kehoe this week. Lory, a native of Glynn was a son of former Glynn NS principal Mícheál Kehoe -National GAA President 1949-52. Lory was a gentleman and loyal supporter of our club over his lifetime and was well known for his great love of all things Gaelic- sport, history and culture both local and national. 
All at Glynn Barntown GAA Club extend our deepest condolences to his sisters Máire, Ita and Angela to the Kehoe, Gately , Cummings and Kelly families and to his many friends, both clergy and lay. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam uasal.

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RACKARD LEAGUE FINAL

All roads lead to St Patricks Park on Thursday June 1st as Barntown NS play their Rackard League A Hurling final at 8pm v Piercestown/Murrintown.  Please support!

ST PATRICK’S DAY PARADE

Over 100 club boys, girls, mentors and officers donned the blue and green to march in the St Patrick’s Day Parade in Wexford on Friday March 17th along with club Senior heroes Michael Doyle, John Leacy, Pádraig Donnelly and Michael O Regan.  The youngsters were each a credit to their club and great ambassadors for the parish. Bhíomar an bródúil astu!☘

ACFL

 Congratulations to our Senior footballers who defeated the Shelmaliers on Friday night in the opening round of the league 1-10 to 0-7 with scores from Rioghan Crosbie 0-2 , Barry Doyle 0-2, Fionn Cooney 0-1, Daniel Carroll 0-4 & Aaron Kehoe 1-1.

COUNTY SCENE

Hard luck to Matt Doyle, James Stafford and Stephen Lyne and the Wexford u21 football team who were defeated in the #eirgrid U-21 Football Quarter Final by a goal. Final score 1-6 to 0-6 to Offaly.
  
Well done to Mark Fanning, Gary Moore and the Wexford senior hurlers who had an impressive win over Kerry in Innovate Wexford Park on Sunday.
 The Wexford Senior footballers undefeated league run also continued on Sunday with a win over Wicklow. Well done to James Stafford, Michael O’Regan, Rob Tierney and John Leacy.