Welcome to Walterstown GFC
Meath Senior Football Championship winners on five occasions and two time Leinster Senior Club Football Championship winners, Walterstown GFC has a proud tradition and a bright future. We provide Gaelic Football for the people in our communities of Johnstown and Walterstown from U5 level up to adult level, no matter what your ability. The club boosts top class facilities including three astro turf pitches (available for commercial hire also), two full sized playing pitches and a juvenile pitch. We also have a top spec gym, a club bar and a function room. A warm Walterstown welcome awaits you!
It is with regret that we are closing the club with immediate effect due to the rise in Covid-19 cases in Meath. This decision supersedes the one made earlier in the week and training for all at the club, adults and juveniles is now suspended. The club will monitor the situation on an ongoing basis and keep members up to date on the situation.
Please see below a statement from our club Chairman Stan Cooney:
Unfortunately, due to the rising number of Covid-19 cases nationally and specifically within our county, the club has taken the decision to suspend ALL activity with immediate effect. All underage and adult training is suspended. This decision will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.
Meanwhile, all commercial and outside bookings of our astroturf facilities are also suspended.
The safety of our members and players is paramount at this time and I would sincerely like to thank you all for your understanding and cooperation.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank our coaches, players, volunteers and Covid Supervisors for ensuring the health and safety of all at the club was to the forefront since we returned to play.
To our communities in Johnstown and Walterstown; stay safe and we look forward to welcoming you back to Walterstown GFC in the not too distant future.
mise le meas,
Following on from the GAA’s decision to suspend all club games last week and given the current national situation, Walterstown Gfc have decided to suspend training for players from U12 level up to adult teams. This will be in place for the next two weeks and the situation will be monitored by our executive committee on an ongoing basis. read more…
The first minor honours of 2020 went the way of Walterstown when they got the better of neighbours Seneschalstown at home on Thursday evening in the the Division 2 Shield Final. Two second half goals, courtesy of a Troy Campbell O’Brien penalty in the 50th minute and another from full forward Neil McGinley were the all important scores as the Blacks recorded a six point win. A win they thoroughly deserved on the night too. read more…