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Dear Member,
The 2014 Juvenile Annual General Meeting will be held in the Clubhouse on Monday December 1st at 8p.m.

Minutes of 2013 A.G.M.
Chairman’s Address
Secretary’s Report
Treasurer’s Report
Election of Officers
Any Other Business

All Nominations for Officers and Motions must be returned by post to Veronica Leonard, 56 Pebble bay, Wicklow Town, Co. Wicklow or by email to Secretary.stpatricks.wicklow@gaa.ie on or before 5pm on 27th November 2014. Please find links to relevant Motions and Nomination Forms here.

Juvenile Motions 2014

Juvenile Nominations 2014


I wish to inform you that the St Patrick's Ladies Football AGM is scheduled for 3rd December @ 8pm in the Clubhouse. Please find links to relevant Motions and Nomination Forms here.

Motions 2014

Nominations 2014

Nominations Team Management 2014

Signed motions and nomination papers must be returned by post to Caroline Courtney, 3 Seacliff, Wicklow Town, Co. Wicklow or by email to ccourtney3101@gmail.com on or before 5pm on 21st November 2014.


St. Patrick's GAA Club 2014 Annual General Meeting will be held in the Clubhouse on Wednesday December 10th at 8p.m. ​Please download this document for further info.



2014 Membership Application Forms
Please visit the membership forms page to download the 2014 membership forms.


Mouthguards (gumshields) are compulsory for all football players





From 1 January 2013, Mouthguards (gumshields) are compulsory for all football players (hurling exempt) up to and including Minor (18yrs). Players cannot play or train without an approved mouth-guard.

The GAA’s Medical, Scientific & Welfare Committee acknowledge that the use of a properly fitted mouthguard is the best available protective device for reducing the incidence and severity of sportsrelated dental injuries and was centrally involved in ensuring the introduction of compulsory mouthguards in Gaelic Football.


Read further information on requirements and advice on buying your mouthguard (pdf)



The GAA has a long and proud association with Wicklow Town and there was a GAA club in existence in the town as far as back as 1886 a mere two two years after the foundation of the national body of the GAA in Thurles in November 1884

Today St Patricks GAA club is the only GAA club in Wicklow Town and has three Senior football teams, Senior , Junior A and B, nine juvenile football teams and 3 juvenile hurling teams. The ladies section comprises of a senior intermediate football team and 5 Juvenile football teams.


Our nursery section provides fun and games every Saturday for boys and girls between 11.0am and 12.0pm


In addition to the GAA activities there are numerous other activities going on at the club, active retirement , bowls , badminton, Aerobics and line dancing



The clubhouse is a popular venue for birthday parties , twenty first parties , anniversaries and table quizs. Bookings for Hall/Lounge-Bar Contact Sean O'Brien (085) 132 8653 and bookingsforstpatricks@gmail.com


Local Primary Schools

St Patrick's GAA Club has a strong association with the local primary schools in the town. Our Club Coach Gary Duffy carries out GAA coaching on a weekly basis at St Patrick's Boys Primary School, Holy Rosary Girls Primary School, Gael-Scoil, the Glebe and Montessori School.


The Local Post Primary Schools De La Salle , the Abbey and Dominican Convent train and play matches at our Dunbur Road Pitch

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