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GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Club Championship 2017

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DateHome TeamAway Team
03.12.2016Dunedin Connolly’s (Scotland)1-9Rosenallis (Laois)1-6
29.01.2017Louisburgh (Mayo)0-13Glenbeigh-Glencar (Kerry)4-14
29.01.2017Dunedin Connolly’s (Scotland)2-6Rock St. Patrick’s (Tyrone)1-18
19.02.2017Glenbeigh-Glencar (Kerry)1-14Rock St. Patrick’s (Tyrone)1-11
GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Club Championship 2017 [Referece: 2-4]


Glenbeigh-Glancar of Kerry won the GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Club Championship in 2017, defeating Rock St. Patrick’s of Tyrone in the Final. Glenbeigh-Glencar had won their Semi-Final by a wide margin over Mayo’s Louisburgh, while the other defeated Semi-Finalist was Dundein Connolly’s of Scotland, who had knocked out Rosenallis of Co. Laois in the Quarter-Finals.

About Gaelic Football

Gaelic Football is one of the four original GAA Charter Sports of 1884, and the most popular, played to the highest level throughout the 32 Counties as well as 14 Counties around the World. It is 15-a-side and Goals (worth 3 Points) are scored as well as Points (Over the Bar – worth 1 Point). it is organised like most GAA Games on a County, Provincial and All-Ireland basis with Club Competitions providing the bedrock of the game, and the best club players representing their counties. Within both Club and County Competitions there is the League (usually run over the winter months) and the Championship (usually run over the summer months).

The Junior Club Championships are the third division Adult Championships, with the County Champions qualufying for the Provincial Championships, the winners of which go on to the All-Ireland Championships. The Britain GAA Junior Champions also qualify for the All-Ireland Junior Championships.

Home Venues

CountyHome Park
FinalPairc an Chrocaigh, Dublin
Dunedin Connolly’sGranton Road, Edinburgh, Scotland
LouisburghCusack Park, Ennis, Clare



[1] Stratford Grange GAA (2017) GAA Logo [Internet] [Accessed 11 April 2017]


[2] GAA (2017) GAA Football All-Ireland Junior Club Championship [Internet] [Accessed 4 April 2017]

[3] GAA (2016) Dunedin Connollys adventure continues [Internet] [Accessed 11 December 2017]

[4] GAA (2017) AIB All-Ireland Junior Football victory for Glenbeigh-Glencar [Internet] [Accessed 11 December 2017]


Thanks to Michael O’Callaghan

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Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 13 November 2020

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