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July 17, 2019

This year saw the introduction of a new trophy, to mark the commitment made by our older players to the club through their involvement in coaching, mini soccer and the Easter and summer camps. Indeed, due to the lack of parents willing to come forward and get involved...

July 17, 2019

Congratulations to our Golden Winners:

Golden Boot: Paddy McGeown (under 17)

Golden Glove: Jack McCrea (Senior).

Well done to both of them.

Of course, paddy’s win created a little bit of Aquinas history. Paddy’s brother Conor was a famous Aquinas keeper for many years and...

July 17, 2019

This year’s winner of the jar of sweets and attached prizes, courtesy of Ticketmaster, was Joe Logan from mini soccer.

At least a Spurs fan won something this year, Joe!

July 17, 2019

Congratulations, thanks and well done to all our mini soccer and development squad members, under 9s to under 12s for all their hard work and enthusiasm throughout the year.

Here they are with their well deserved medals and trophies.

July 17, 2019

Congratulations to our award winners this year.

Here’s some of our winners with their awards.

 Well done to all.

July 8, 2019

Hearty Aquinas good wishes to Eli Barr, one of our mini soccer players. Within seconds of the picture above having been taken at the Summer Camp, Eli, broke his arm in a simple fall with unfortunate consequences.

Eli had to stay in hospital and have an operation to inse...

July 8, 2019

Thanks to all who made the almost ton-up Summer Camp, 99 children on Tuesday, the great success it was.

Due to a reluctance of parents to get involved – consider yourselves told off, parents – we rely heavily on our older players who come to help without fail every year...

July 8, 2019

Well, that’s another one done! We held our annual Summer Camp at the YMCA in the first week in July. It rained a bit on day 1, but no-one under the age of 13 noticed! For the rest of the week, the weather was grand.

This year’s was the biggest Summer camp we’ve ever had...

May 23, 2019

Following the death of former coach, Damien O’Neill, from a motor neurone disease, the Seniors organised a match among themselves last weekend at Rathmore to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association. The coaches and managers raised an impressive £1,230.


May 14, 2019

History was made at the weekend when Belfast got it’s youngest ever Lord Mayor.

Here is under 9 player, Rory Magee, receiving the Chains of Office from outgoing Mayor, Deirdre Hargey.

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