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St Lawrence’s Gaelic Football Club

St Lawrence's Gaelic Football Club

St Lawrences Gaelic Football Club play at Turn Moss, Stretford.

KIT: Purple and Gold.


St. Lawrence’s Gaelic Football Club was formed in November 1980 and immediately established a strong underage development programme in order to progress as a major team within the highly competitive County of Lancashire. They eventually claimed their first Senior Championship in 1998 with the foothold of the team having been developed by the club’s successful youth policy. They were the first Lancashire team to win the Pennine League since its establishment and are the only team within the County to have won The Double (both Junior & Senior Championships 1998) and The Treble (All three senior titles 2003) in any one season. 

The club take pride in their commitment to the development of Gaelic sports at an underage level  and also have strong links with neighbouring schools and universities and a local Aussie Rules Club.

The Club prides itself on traditional “family values” and often organise social events to bring all people involved with the Club together. They also arrange yearly excursions to Ireland & Europe to enhance the links that the Club has with different countries. St Lawrence’s are always on the look out for new players so if you are interested in joining St. Lawrences, either to play football or just for the craic, they will be only too happy to accommodate. Feel free to ring Jimmy Wray on 07709434978 or email

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