Cathaoirleach John West Féile,Diarmuid Ó Cathail, presents Claregalway captains Jamie King and Sean O’Callaghan with the Division 1 Cup after Claregalway defeated Austin Stacks (Kerry) in the final at the John West Féile Peile na nÓg National Gaelic and Ladies football finals 2022 at the GAA National Games Development Centre Campus, Abbotstown, Dublin, Eighty-eight club sides from Ireland, the UK, Europe and US competed in the final stages of the under-15 competition across nine venues, one of the biggest underage sporting events on the continent, sponsored for the seventh time by John West.
Cathaoirleach John West Féile,Diarmuid Ó Cathail, presents Claregalway captains Jamie King and Sean O’Callaghan with the Division 1 Cup after Claregalway defeated Austin Stacks (Kerry) in the final at the John West Féile Peile na nÓg National Gaelic and Ladies football finals 2022 at the GAA National Games Development Centre Campus, Abbotstown, Dublin, Eighty-eight club sides from Ireland, the UK, Europe and US competed in the final stages of the under-15 competition across nine venues, one of the biggest underage sporting events on the continent, sponsored for the seventh time by John West.

Claregalway and New York crowned Division 1 John West GAA Féile na nGael champions


Claregalway were crowned Division 1 Boys John West GAA Féile na nGael champions on Saturday evening after a defeating Austin Stacks of Tralee in the Final at the GAA National Games Development Centre in Abbotstown.

Goals from Ronan Duggan, Stephen Brennan, and Cormac Feeney proved decisive as the Galway side ran out 3-2 to 0-6 winners.

The Galway club played some great football over the course of the day, defeating St. Judes, Naas, and Ballyboden St. Endas on the way to the Final.

New York underlined just how vibrant their underage development structures are by winning the LGFA Division 1 title with a convincing 3-8 to 0-2 victory over Naomh Mhuire of Galway with the goals coming from Ava Fitzsimons (2) and Catlin Cronin.

Westport of Mayo defeated Tullamore of Offaly in the Division 2 Boys Final, St Patrick’s Dromintee of Armagh defeated Dúrlas Óg of Tipperary in the Division 3 Boys Final, Limerick’s Monaleen defeated Wexford’s Ballynastragh Gaels of Wexford in the Division 4 Boys Final, and Boston defeated Waterford’s Rathgormack in the Division 5 Boys Final.

Carryduff of Down, Kildress of Tyrone, Ballymaguigan of Derry, and St Ergnat’s Moneyglass of Antrim were crowned the LGFA Division 2, 3, 4, and 5 champions respectively.

A total of 88 club sides from Ireland, the UK, Europe and US competed in the final stages of the under-15 competition across nine venues, one of the biggest underage sporting events on the continent,

A full list of the day’s results can be found here - https://www.gaa.ie/my-gaa/getting-involved/feile