Historic Shamrocks Club Celebrates Proud Jubilee
Since its foundation at a meeting in Newry I.N.F. Hall in 1943, the Newry Shamrocks have played a significant role in the G.A.A., at local, county and national level. The late T.P. Murphy was long-time County Secretary and President of the Down G.A.A., while Shamrocks players were involved in bringing the Sam Maguire Cup to the Mourne county, five times.....READ>>
Newry Shamrocks Hall Was A Real Community Centre
“WE never closed,” was the proud boast of a famous London theatre, during the bomb-blitz of the last world war. And a similar claim could have been made for the Newry Shamrocks Hall in Boat Street, which remained in operation during the worst of `the Troubles, often operating by candlelight.....READ>>
Newry Shamrocks Hall, - Mecca For Sport, Music And Craic
“NEWRY people should be very proud that the Shamrocks Club has given a lead, not only to the town but to the whole country as well. This magnificent structure gives some idea of the new spirit which is alive, not just in the Newry area, but also in the Association".....READ>>
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