Wolfe Tones

Name: Wolfe TonesOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Type: Football – Senior,  Junior A

Facebook: www.facebook.com/wolfetonesgfc

Email: secretary.wolfetones.northeast.usa@gaa.ie

Recent Reports:

Shannon Blues 1-20 Wolfe Tones 0-12 Shannon Blues advanced to the semi-finals with a handsome quarter-final win over the Wolfe Tones on Sunday afternoon.  A goal from Josh Ryan early in the second half put the game out of reach for the Tones.  The Blues moved the ball well out of defence, and their speed and strength, along with some good finishing, saw them into the next stage of the
Posted: August 7, 2017, 11:42 pm
Shannon Blues 6-20 Wolfe Tones 1-17 Given the results of the earlier games, a Shannon Blues win in the final match of the day could see them securing the second seed and joining Donegal with a semi-finals spot, patiently awaiting the winners of next week’s quarterfinals. There was very little separating the sides in the opening fifteen minutes. The Blues got scores from the ever
Posted: August 2, 2017, 3:25 pm
Cork 3-22 Wolfe Tones 2-8 Cork came in to their second last league game of the season aiming to cement their place at the top of the Junior A table. They laid their intentions out from the very start, with two quick points on the trot. The Wolfe Tones settled in a bit, with their midfielders and wing forwards connecting well to build some attacks through the middle. The Cork halfback line
Posted: August 2, 2017, 3:04 pm
Aidan McAnespies 4-15 Wolfe Tones 2-13 Aidan McAnespies finally made it over the hurdle to make sure of a playoff spot with the type of finish to a game that we have not seen from them thus far this season.  The game was tight most of the way, with hardly anything between the teams until a finish with a flourish from McAnespies.  Two goals in the final quarter delivered the spoils, and
Posted: July 24, 2017, 6:25 pm
Wolfe Tones 6-18 Christopher’s 0-9 Wolfe Tones handed Christopher’s a severe defeat to put them on the brink with two tough games remaining against Donegal and the Connemara Gaels.  Three first half goals, followed by a fourth just after the restart, effectively killed off the game.  The Tones forward line looked impressive and the game got to the point where it was almost scoring at will.
Posted: July 3, 2017, 12:59 pm
Connemara Gaels 1-16 Wolfe Tones 5-15 The final score belies what was a very entertaining junior championship matchup.  It was close until the final 10 minutes when the Tones banged in 2 goals and secured the points.  The Gaels will rue how easily the Tones got in for the goals, however, the corner forward pairing for the Tones of Conor Marsden and Pauric Fogerty proved to be a match
Posted: July 3, 2017, 2:55 am
Galway 2-14 Wolfe Tones 4-11 Goals win games as the saying goes, and it was the Wolfe Tones who scored 4 of them to kill Galway’s efforts at getting a win in their first outing of the season.  Two goals in each half kept the Wolfe Tones on top, and a commendable late rally by Galway was never going to be enough to bridge the gap between the teams. After 2 outings, Monaghan native, Shane
Posted: June 12, 2017, 9:06 pm
Connemara Gaels 1-14 Wolfe Tones 2-9 It was a game of two halves.  The Tones had the better of their opponents over the first 30 minutes, however, over the second half the Gaels did just about enough to overcome the deficit and earn a 2 point win. Galway native, Sean Kelly at center back, and Corkman Don O’Driscoll at midfield, each put in fine displays for the Gaels and contributed some key
Posted: June 5, 2017, 1:49 am
Group B Donegal 3-13 Wolfe Tones 2-7 Donegal kept Group B open with a win over Wolfe Tones in their first outing of the season.  The northerners took a while to get going, and once they did, pulled away in the last quarter of the game. Mark Canny on the ball for Donegal. Lee Carr was the playmaker for Donegal in the forward line.  The diminutive wing forward created openings for his
Posted: May 7, 2017, 9:21 pm
2016 will be remembered as a year of firsts in the sporting world.  The Chicago Cubs, Leicester City, and Cleveland Cavaliers were among high profile winners in the professional world, and it was no different on the local front for the Boston Northeast GAA.  The Wolfe Tones won their first ever senior football championship, and Offaly hurlers won the junior championship in their maiden season. 
Posted: December 31, 2016, 3:15 am