St Joseph’s Winning team

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It was our fortune that year to have a number of loquacious and competent speakers.  Yet we were serious underdogs when we travelled to Lurgan for the Schools Final.   The home team had won the previous two years.  


Still we triumphed and brought the Cup and the glory back to Newry.

That’s me front left!  You may like to identify as many of the others as possible!

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