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A Glenealy Man, A Carnew Man, Two Well Blessed Hurls And An All Ireland Freshers Title! This Is Not A Dream!

Not since Romeo & Juliet got together has there been a better tale of two young people defying the bitter rivalry of their respective peoples as occurred tonight as Glenealys Fionn Mac Lochlainn and Carnews Ian Clancy joined forces to help St Pats College capture the All Ireland B Freshers […]

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County Senior Hurling Final Preview – Carnew v Glenealy

[jm-live-blog title=”Dacia Wicklow Senior Hurling Championship” description=””] Carnew Emmets Match Preview – Jim Doran Glenealy were within a point of winning Leinster last year so its going to be no easy task. I think its going to be battle all over the field as both these teams are strong all […]

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WICKLOW U21 HURLERS – GARY HUGHES

1. Name: Gary Hughes 2. Club: Glenealy 3. Position: Forward 4. Occupation/Studying: Student 5. Favourite GAA Player: Joe Canning 💪 6. Favourite Wicklow GAA Player: Warren Kavanagh 7. Favourite Club Player: Michael Anthony 8. GAA Ambition: Win an U21 all Ireland/Christy Ring 9. Best Moment of GAA Career so far: […]

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Bills Family Feelings – The Byrne Twins Glenealy

JAMIE’S ANSWERS: 1. Who would you swipe right for on Tinder on your brothers behalf and why? I won’t say any names could get myself in trouble 2. Who was your brothers first Big crush? Lisa hogan couldn’t separate them in the playground 3. The most embarrassing thing to happen […]

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Bills Family Feelings – The O’Brien Brothers Glenealy

STEPHAN’S ANSWERS: 1. Who would you swipe right for on Tinder on your brothers behalf and why? I’d say Gavin Weir’s sister just cause Paul’s mad for her 2. Who was your brothers first Big crush? I’d have to say Meg Gerathy he was mad about her when we were […]

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The Legend of the Tractor McNabb

A tribute to the legend from Vincent Collard. Many years ago before the Celtic Tiger had even been born. In the townland of Ballymerrigan that wild border country that borders Rathnew and Glenealy an old poor farmer lived with his wife on that dusty road that connects the two hamlets. […]

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Wicklow’s Warren Kavanagh Stars as D.I.T’s defeat U.C.D to book a place in the Fitzgibbon Cup Semi Final

D.I.T 0-19 v 0-17 U.C.D Glenealy and Wicklow hurler Warren Kavanagh played a starring role in D.I.T’s victory over U.C.D last night keeping his opponent scoreless and helping his team book a place in the Fitzgibbon Semi Final and a heavy night in Coppers. Wristier than Christy Brown’s left foot, […]