Post-Christmas 21/22

Our post-Christmas Gaelic football tournament concluded on Saturday 12 February with our finals day at Ian Galloway Park. Welly Warriors claimed the cup for the first time with a comprehensive 3-3 to 0-3 win over Kāpiti Coast Keas in the final. Having won the cup pre-Christmas, The Socialites added the plate to their season's trophy haul as they defeated a combined team of Mayo4Sam/Whelan 'n' Dealin' 4-8 to 1-3 in the plate final.

Our inaugural hurlogie tournament finished up on Wednesday 9 February. Feel the Byrne continued their great form in the knockouts, overcoming The Duggout in the semis and claiming the title with a close final against Steak 'n' Chips – 2-9 to 3-4. The Duggout beat Offaly Good 2-8 to 3-4 in the third-place playoff. 

Congratulations to our winning teams and to each team's MVP who were feted at the awards night in Whistling Sisters following the finals. Lastly, thanks to all players, referees, and volunteers for your contribution to the best social summer sports in Wellington. See you all next season.

Post-Christmas round-up

Gaelic football

Finals winners

Cup final winners – Welly Warriors
Plate finals winners – The Socialites

Regular-season winners

Fr Mangan's

Most Valuable Players

Fr Mangans – Séamus Óg Flood
The Igghids – Corey Atkinson
Trenbolone Sandwiches – Anna Muru Paenga
Welly Warriors – William O'Connor
Whelan ‘n’ Dealin’ – Caroline Ward
Mayo4Sam – Kieran Houlker
The Socialites – Danny McGlinchey
Kāpiti Coast Keas – Tammy Kuo



Feel the Byrne

Regular-season winners

Feel the Byrne

Most Valuable Players

Feel the Byrne – Mike Lawson
Steak 'n' Chips – Danny McGlinchey
Offaly Good – Claire Hanley
The Duggout – Joe Bannerton

Results from the post-Christmas 21/22 season can be found below.