Next year is our Centenary. 100 years since the founding of a Gaelic team in Rostrevor. Are you interested in getting involved or re-involved with the club, or continuing your current involvement? Have you any items of interest? Old newspaper…
Special guests: Our own All-Star nominee, Caolan Mooney and Down Ladies captain, Lauren Cunningham!
St Bronagh’s GAA are delighted to have Pete McGrath, James McCartan & Jim McCorry together for a night of discussion, laugher & Football..
St Bronagh’s GAC are delighted to have furthered our long term partnership with main club sponsor
RGU Downpatrick displayed the greater stamina to outlast Rostrevor and eventually cross the
Rostrevor progressed to within one game of the championship quarter finals with an accomplished second half display allowing them to surge clear of Ballymartin at St. Mary’s Park on Monday night.
Rostrevor scored four of the final five points to edge out Liatroim in an exciting league encounter at Pettit Park on Thursday evening.
Rostrevor were thoroughly dominant, as they produced a high-scoring performance to blast St. John’s and claim an overdue win in Friday night’s league match at Pettit Park.
Loughinisland surged to victory over Rostrevor in Thursday’s league encounter with a strong opening half paving the way for a comfortable success at a rain-soaked MacCartan Park.
Late points from Michael Magee and Conor McGrady helped RGU Downpatrick to a hard-earned victory over Rostrevor at Pettit Park on Friday evening.
Darragh Cross were much the better side, as Rostrevor fell to a third defeat in four games at St. Mochai’s on Friday night.
Rory Gillen capitalised on a defensive error to side-foot a spectacular late winner for Clann na Banna, as they pulled of a shock home win over Rostrevor at Cottage Park on Friday night.
Caolan Mooney fired in a dramatic deflected goal with the final kick, as Rostrevor slipped past Tullylish in a pulsating finish at rain-drenched Pettit Park on Friday night.
Rory Cunningham’s fortuitious goal amidst an impressive second quarter set An Riocht on their way to a deserved victory over Rostrevor at a sunny Pairc na Riochta on Friday night.
Rostrevor claimed temporary ownership; at least, of top spot in the second division with their fifth successive victory at the expense of Carryduff at Pettit Park on Monday evening.
Since 1919, through the support of our members, St Bronagh’s GAA has grown to become a thriving sporting and cultural organisation promoting Gaelic games and culture at the heart of the Rostrevor community. The Club has almost 600 members and…
Rostrevor GAA Academy is where you can find details and keep up to date with all fixtures, training, reports, after-school and resources for our boys & girls juvenile teams. St Bronaghs has almost 600 members and fields 11 male and female football…
St Bronagh’s GAA have teamed up with Klubfunder.com and are delighted to announce you can now play your lotto numbers online! KlubFunder.com is an online fundraising platform for sports clubs which is used across the UK & Ireland. You can…