1. Senior C @MMurphySports Semifinals Saturday Sept 25th in O’Donnell Park. Draw for Round 3 of Senior A and B Championship on Sunday evening.
  2. Victory for Dungloe tonight in Catch-up Fixture
  3. WIns for Moville (A) and Robert Emmets (B) in Junior Championship and Na Rossa v Emmets off tomorrow
  4. Comhghairdeas Naomh Columba, Naomh Padraig Muff and St Eunans – Division 2 Regional Winners
  5. Timing of five of this weekend’s championships games altered

Gaeil Leitir Ceanainn – Letterkenny Gaels

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Letterkenny Gaels Latest Club Notes

The senior footballers open their championship season this weekend with a home game against Naomh Padraig, Muff. Throw in is 3pm.

The reserve footballers lost their second game in the Junior B Football Championship away to Naomh Padraig, Leifear on Saturday past.

The lads are fixed to play Naomh Padraig, Uisce Chaoin at Páirc na nGael on Sunday and throws in at 4.30pm.

The adults hurlers qualified for the Junior Hurling Championship semifinals with fixture details to be confirmed.

Bingo continues every Monday evening both indoors at the Arena 7 and online via Zoom. See A7 Facebook page for more details.

The Senior Ladies returned to championship action on Sunday with an away match against Burt.

After their opening day win over Aodh Ruadh, Gaels were hoping to make it two wins from two. However, despite a good display, they lost out in the end by four points, 5-13 to 4-12.

Gaels have a home game against Naomh Padraig of Muff on Sunday which throws in at 12.30pm.

The Minor Ladies round off their season this coming Thursday evening with an away match against Naomh Columba. Throw-in in Glencolmcille is at 6pm.

The U-13 boys traveled to St. Mary’s in Convoy on Thursday night to take on Milford in the much anticipated All County Final. Both teams met in the Regional final earlier in the summer with the Gaels getting the upper hand. This time however it was the Milford side who were victorious by a single point.

Well done to the Gaels team and management who were such a credit to the club all season. Congratulations to Milford on clinching the title.

Well done to the U-17 footballers who defeated Naomh Muire, Convoy in Lifford on Monday evening. The lads are now through to the Division 2 All County Quarter Finals.

Letterkenny Gaels GAA Club Lotto tickets are available to purchase online via Clubforce.

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Sympathy is expressed to Bernie, James, Niamh and Ronan Frain and the extended Carlin family, on the passing of Joseph (Joe) Carlin, Crossroads, Killygordon.



Letterkenny Gaels Junior B football team who take on Naomh Padraig, Uisce Chaoin in the Michael Murphy Sports Junior B Football Championship on Sunday. 

Letterkenny Gaels GAA Club Celebrate 25th Anniversary

They are the county’s youngest GAA club, but 25 years on from their formation in 1996, Letterkenny Gaels are very much part of the fabric of the game in Donegal and beyond.

In a year when the action and activities both on and off the pitch has firmly taken a back-seat due to the Covid-19 crisis, the Gaels have reason to celebrate.

Formed in March 1996, the club plans to mark 25 years with a programme of activities later in 2021 which will culminate in a weekend of celebrations including Lá na nÓg agus Lá Sinsir, together with an evening of culture.

It seems like only yesterday when discussions first took place to investigate the possibility of forming a new GAA Club in Letterkenny.

The idea came at a time when the Diocese celebrated the introduction of the new parish of Aughaninshin in the town – the new parish serving an ever growing population in Letterkenny.

The beautiful new Church of the Irish Martyrs, built at Gortlee, has been the centre of the new parish since it first opened in 1994. Two years later, the town would have a new GAA club when Letterkenny Gaels was officially established.

Gaels fielded an adult team in the All County League that season, and a boys team at U-12 level.

It was an exciting time for everyone involved, and 25 years on, many of those founding members still remember taking those first tentative steps into the unknown.

It certainly wasn’t all plain sailing in the early years. There were challenges both on and off the pitch. Running a GAA club can serve up its challenges – but being a brand new club is almost doubly difficult.

25 years on, the Gaels members can look back with pride on how they survived to witness the club’s continued growth and development over that time.

In this year of celebration, there are stories to be told. Like how Gaels decided on their club colours of maroon and white; how a legendary local forestry official helped source the trees which would form the club’s first goalposts; and how Gaels formed a unique relationship with Letterkenny Rugby Club to jointly develop their impressive grounds and clubhouse facilities at the Glebe.

There’s no doubt that the Gaels club is now an important part of sport and community life in Letterkenny. From providing football, hurling and ladies football and camogie to hundreds of children at underage level, Gaels also field teams at adult level in football and hurling. This year, on their 25th anniversary, Gaels also plan to field a team at adult ladies level.

On the culture side, the Letterkenny Club have made their mark on the local, provincial and national stage – the highlights being the Ulster success in the Scór Sinsir Nuachleas (Novelty Act) in 2019 and the All-Ireland Scór na nÓg Nuachleas (Novelty Act) title won in February 2020.

In his first year as Club Chairperson of Letterkenny Gaels, Danny Cahill says he’s proud to be leading Gaels in what promises to be a special year for the Club.

“From very humble beginnings, all past and present members can be justly proud of our achievements. The 25th anniversary celebrations are an opportunity for us to look back but also to take stock and plan ahead not just this year but in the years to come. As the old Irish saying goes, de réir a chéile a thógtar na caisleáin.”


First Letterkenny Gaels adult football team who played Naomh Colmcille at Errigal Collage in 1996


Ulster & All Ireland Scór na nÓg Champions in 201
County Hurling Chairman, Manus O’Donnell, presenting Letterkenny Gaels Captain, Neil O’Baoighill with the Liam Emery Memorial Shield

Letterkenny Gaels First Adult Hurling Team

The Club Year 2019


2019 will go down as an historic year for our Club as the senior footballers reached the Junior A Football Championship final for the first time in the clubs history. Another milestone for the club this year was the addition of our first adult Hurling team to compete in the Junior Hurling league. We had success at Scór where our Léiriú group were successful at both Donegal and Ulster level. During the year we hosted the inaugural Fiona Doherty Memorial Trophy in memory of our esteemed club member.


2019 was the most successful year in the club’s short history. Our seniors won Division 4 league and both adult teams reached the final of their respective championships. The league campaign consisted of fifteen wins and one defeat. Our only defeat was against fellow promoted Bun an Phobal. The seniors lost the final of the Junior A championship against Buncrana. Our reserves enjoyed a very competitive season in the Region 1 league reaching the final of the competition. The team’s combination of youth and experience boded well in the Junior B championship but Urris won by a point in a high scoring game.


Enthusiasm for hurling enabled Letterkenny Gaels to enter a Junior A Hurling Team in League and Championship in 2019. This logical next step for the ongoing participation, development and promotion of Gaelic Games within the Club, builds on the long years of work done across all codes at Letterkenny Gaels, encouraged by support for hurling within the County.


From U-6 to minor the club is going from strength to strength for boys and girls. The underage academy continues to introduce and develop children in the skills of Gaelic football. Both boys and girls teams enjoyed tournaments and blitzes throughout the season with the U-8’s taking part in a new ‘Street League’. The U-12 boys participated in the Division 1 Go Games leagues and made good progress. 2019 was a relatively successful season for our U-14 boys who the boys qualified for the league knock out phase, losing out to eventual winners Killybegs. Both our U-16 and minor footballers fulfilled fixtures with the U-16 boys reaching a county final.


In Camogie the U-12s entered the Go Games league and had a fantastic turnout at the blitzes. Five U12 girls competed in the U12 Skills competition. We also fielded a team in the U13 league and had three entrants in the U14 Féile Skills Competition this year. In three U14 club members represented the club at county level in the U14 camogie squad, managed by Aideen Quinn, that finished runners up in the All-Ireland Blitz. One club member made the U16 County team that won the All-Ireland Progress to Success league and one was also on the U18 County Camogie team. We thank the Donegal County Camogie Board who provided us with twenty hurls and helmets for school coaching and all coaches, volunteers, players  and parents for their support.


Letterkenny Gaels have entered a team in the Donegal Junior League and Championship for the first time in 2019.  At underage, Gaels have participated in the U-8 and U-10 monthly hurling blitzes at the Centre of Excellence in Convoy. With focus on the developing skills and increasing exposure of the U12 up to U16 teams to match time, Gaels have had a busy year across all those age groups with notable highlights being the strong presence of Letterkenny Gaels hurlers in the County squads at U14, U15 and U20, and success in the U14.5 schools competition, Ulster Feile and 7-a-side competitions as well as final appearances in league and Championship. This focus continues with the Gaels participation in the U13 cross county competitions against teams from Derry, Armagh and Antrim, following on from success in that competition in 2018.


Bhí bliain iontach ag Gaeil Leitir Ceanainn maidir le Scór. Our young céilí dancers were County Champions as was Micheal Mac Suibhne in the aithriseoireacht or recitation section of Scór na nÓg. However it was our senior léiriú drama group that really hit the big time. With a short drama ‘Packie McNamee’ about two innocent Donegal lads heading to Dublin to watch their beloved County team in the All Ireland Final against Dublin the talented Gaels, Brian, Garry Sheila, Celine and Paul brought the house down. Their comedic timing was polished and the clever script brought victories at County and Ulster levels. The group went on to the All Ireland where they came second. Bhí muid uilig thar a bheith bródúil as an grúpa seo. It has been a great journey for the club and we look forward to more drama from this group! Bíonn seisiúin cheoil do theaghlaigh uair sa mhí ag Gaeil Leitir Ceanainn sa Silver Tassie. Bíonn sonraí ar fáil ar Facebook.


The huge strides being made at underage level shows no sign of slowing down. Michael O’Connor and Diarmaid Doherty took charge of the U-14 and U-16 teams, assisted by Eileen Tinney and Liz Porter. Our U-14s topped their group in Division Three and won a home semi-final against Kilcar. The U-16’s had a much improved run of results compared to last season and finished joint fourth in Division 4. After an absence of several seasons, Gaels entered a Minor team in Division 5 this year with Anna Gallagher, James Frain and Michael O’Connor in charge. At the time of publication, the minors look set to qualify for a semi-final.


2019 Roll of Honour: Division Four Football Champions, Junior A and B Championship finalists, Scór Sinsear Donegal and Ulster Champions, U-14 Hurling Championship Shield winners.

Ainm an Chlúb: Gaeil Leitir Ceanainn
Name of Club: Letterkenny Gaels
Dathanna an Chlúb/Club Colours: Maroon and White
Alternative Colours: White and Maroon
Club Ground: Páirc na nGael

Gaeil Leitir Ceannain – Senior Board

Oifigeach/Officer Ainm/Name Seoladh/Address Fón/Telephone
Cathaoirleach TBC
Rúnaí Declan Barrett secretary.letterkennygaels.donegal@gaa.ie Fir View, Calhame L'kenny 086 0751980
Cisteoir Stephen Gallagher treasurer.letterkennygaels.donegal@gaa.ie Keenaghan, L'kenny 086 0472581
Oifigeach Caidreamh Poiblí Mark McFadden pro.letterkennygaels.donegal@gaa.ie
Glebe Letterkenny
087 2931458
Oifigeach Oiliúna (Peil)
Oifigeach Oiliúna (Iománaíocht)
Sean McBrearty
Simon McCabe
Lisnenan Letterkenny
085 2461101
Oifigeach Coimirce Leanaí Sheila Sweeney sheilamcmullen@hotmail.com
Wood Road, Carrygawley, L'kenny
086 3773880
Oifigeach Sláinte agus Folláine Oisin Cannon oisincannon@gmail.com
Curraghleas Letterkenny
086 7325955
Oifigeach Cultúr Bairbre Cahill bairbre.cahill@gmail.com 089 4218215
Ball an Bhord Contae(1) Jim McGlynn jimmcglynn7@gmail.com
Camblestown Letterkenny
086 227 1435
Ball an Bhord Contae(2) Sean McBrearty seanmcbrearty9@eircom.net
Lisnenan Letterkenny
085 2461101
Letterkenny Gaels GAA Club Crest.
The main feature depicts the Arch from the Church at Aughaninshin with its keystone representing the strongest structural support for the building. The vertical lines on the column set on ancient Ohm stones symbolise a community whereas the horizontal cap lines symbolise a bonding and cohesiveness. 1996 is the year of formation of our Club. All of these symbols reflect the solid principles associated with our Club, our members and the wider community.
The Club was affiliated to Donegal GAA on 4th March 1996 and held its inaugural AGM on 10th March 1996. A 25th Anniversary Sub-Committee, appointed to coordinate this significant milestone in the Club’s history, have launched a temporary 25 year Letterkenny Gaels Crest to commemorate this landmark.

Gaeil Leitir Ceanainn – Aibréan 2019

Gaeil Leitir Ceanainn Ulster Champions, Leiriú 2019

Gaeil Leitir Ceannain – Bord na nÓg

Oifigeach/Officer Ainm/Name E-Seoladh nó Seoladh/Address Fón/Telephone
Cathaoirleach John McDermott Johnmcdermot26@gmail.com 086 8561768
Rúnaí Anthony McDaid 086 3895797
Oifigeach Caidreamh Poiblí Mark McFadden Pro.letterkennygaels.donegal@gaa.ie 087 2931458
Toscairí an Bhoird Réigiúnaigh Brian Sweeney lkgaelsunderagefootball@gmail.com 087 2282386
Faoi-8 Conal Kilfeather 087 8420659
Faoi-10 Kieth Gallagher 085 7085339
Faoi-10 Kevin McGarvey 087 6470996
Faoi-12 agus -13 John McGilloway 086 6034598
Faoi-14 agus 15 Óg Sport Brian Sweeney lkgaelsunderagefootball@gmail.com 087 2282386
Faoi-16 agus 18 Charlie Creevy 0044 7850 904785
Faoi-6 Iománaíocht Eoin Kerrane
Faoi-8 Iománaíocht Roisín Kerr
Faoi-10 Iománaíocht Dan Hartnett
Faoi-12 Iománaíocht Stephen Doherty
Faoi-14 agus 16 Iománaíocht Ray Winters 087 7734230

Review of the Decade 2009 – 2019

CLG Gaeil Leitir Ceanainn

(by Jim McGlynn – Club Secretary)


I had hoped that by the time I started penning this reflection on the last ten years of our Club that we would be topping off our promotion back to Division 3 with victories in our first Junior A Football Championship Final and our third attempt to win the Junior B title however, it was not to be. Never the less, our Club has much to celebrate in terms of its continued development both on and off the field as I will outline below.


We started the year 2010 by progressing our plans with LRFC to develop Clubhouse facilities to complement our new Pitch, Páirc na nGael which hosted our first competitive action in 2008. The Building Contract commenced in September 2010. With the continued growth in our playing members, we had to implement a weekly schedule to manage activity on our main pitch and training field and plans were also put in place to lease an adjoining field which was converted to a car park to accommodate the welcome increased traffic.

On the field of play, our Under 14 Hurlers won the first Hurling County title for our Club.

The publication of our first Club website in 2009 afforded us another outlet to promote our Club at all levels and was well received and accessed by members.


Pride of place in 2011 had to go to our Under 21 Footballers who landed the County Under 21B title, a proud day for all involved. The seeds were also sowed with the introduction of Camogie and Ladies Football which widened our Club membership base. Several of our Minor and Under 21 players made their debuts for our Senior and Reserve teams and started to build their experience playing at adult level. Our Club was happy to lead out on the County Board’s promotion of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) within Clubs and a Club Children’s Strategy, including a Child Protection Policy, was introduced and widely promoted.


2012 seen work on our new Clubhouse progressing well within available funding however, some work remained to be done to render the building fully functional and club members weren’t found wanting in volunteering their various skills to assist with the remaining works as funding permitted. Discussions commenced with LRFC on a formal agreement between both clubs on the structured use of both the clubhouse and playing facilities having regard to each Club’s playing seasons. On the playing fields, our teams continued to compete well and build their experiences for future challenges in their continued development. Pride of place in 2012 went to our County Senior footballers who reached the summit for the second time in our county’s history by winning the Sam Maguire Cup and our members were to the fore in supporting them all along this historic journey. Their achievement was remarkable and was a source of great encouragement to all, especially our Under 21 footballers who competed in the A competition for the first time that year and provided the toughest opposition to eventual winners, Naomh Conaill losing out by a single point at the Q/F stage.


There was a great sense of excitement at the start of our 2013 playing season as the doors to our brand new clubhouse, including six dressing rooms, were opened to our members. A formal agreement was concluded with LRFC for the operation of all facilities which generally worked well and increased the cooperative approach between both clubs.

On the playing front, we continued to make strides at all levels and increased our winnings ratio over the course of the year which resulted in county titles in both Camogie and Hurling. The now standard mouth guard was first introduced in January 2013 for all minor grades and has proven to be a welcome safety feature in our games. This was extended to adult games in 2014. While our senior footballers continued to improve, pride of place went to our senior reserve footballers who reached the Junior B Championship Final, a first adult county final for our club, only to lose out to Naomh Ultan in the Final. The continued progress of our underage players resulted in several being selected to play at county minor and adult levels.

In 2013, the role of Club ASAP Officer was enhanced nationally for all clubs to the position of Club Health and Wellbeing Officer, supported by a County Health & Wellbeing Committee which offered many additional supports to Clubs for their members.


In late 2013, a formal recruitment process was put in place and resulted in the appointment of our senior, reserves, under 21 and minor team managements which included identified foundations and structures to properly support the demands and expectations necessary to progress the club at these levels. Success on the playing field followed quickly with our seniors winning Division 4 of the all-county League and gaining promotion to Division 3 in 2014 for the first time in our history, a very proud achievement for all involved.

Mindful of the need to have similar strong organisation and structures in place at underage levels, we reviewed the existing Bord na nÓg structure and engaged with the wider membership to draw up a revised structure incorporating four sub-committees for underage football, hurling Camogie and ladies football which were approved in late 2014 and have since been successfully implemented.


While every effort was made over the years to take part in the annual Scór competitions, things really started to take off in this important area of promotion of the Irish language and culture following the appointment of a Fo-Choiste Gaeilge agus Cultúir led by Bairbre Cahill at our 2015 AGM. Ably assisted and supported by parents, we started to witness and be entertained by the considerable talent that existed within our youth and adult membership.

Our members competed and entertained at county finals and grew in confidence from the experience with the potential to succeed at county and provincial levels.

Such was the commitment and determination of our members to see our new club room operational; several members put their hands in their pockets and donated interest free loans to fund the remaining works to render our club room operational. The commissioning of this facility in 2015 also afforded us opportunities to embark on new fundraising initiatives including, for the first time, the staging and hosting of comedy plays with the entire cast drawn initially from our youth and adult members supported by a production team. With the support of LRFC, we were able to display our traditional home baking skills and offer this traditional hospitality in their adjoining club room which was well received by our audiences. This first step into the area of amateur dramatics was very well received by our members and the wider community and this recipe for light-hearted entertainment has delivered repeated success to the present day. It has also demonstrated the meitheal approach long advocated within our club. 2015 also seen our underage football and camogie sub-committees draft visionary five year development plans which were approved and set out clear objectives, actions and outcomes for the future development of both codes from nursery right through underage. On the playing front, our seniors retained their status in Division 3 and were disappointed not to progress again in the championships. We finished the year when we were afforded the opportunity to host County Convention in December 2015.


Our PRO, Mark McFadden continued to lead our on the promotion of all our club activities on social media including Facebook and Twitter which became an integral part of our members’ daily diet!

In April 2016, our main sponsors, Enda and Clare Nicholls gave our team, led by Charlie Cannon, the opportunity to take on the running of the weekly Bingo on Monday nights in Arena 7 and this has proven to be successful thanks to the dedicated cohort of club members, assisted by TY students, and the weekly and loyal support of our many bingo players in the wider community. 2016 seen our proposal to confine the Junior B Championship to the Reserve Teams of Junior Clubs and the introduction of a Senior C Championship for the third teams of senior clubs approved by County Committee.


Our senior footballers retained their status in League Division 3 and reached the semi-final of the Junior Championship only to lose by a single point to eventual winners, Downings.

Or reserves reached their second county final only to come up short on the day.

Our U-21s were the standard bearers in 2016 when a very young team, which included a good blend of minors, defied all the odds to reach the county final where they lost out gallantly to a stronger Killybegs team. Sheila Sweeney assumed a key responsibility as Club Children’s Officer in 2016 and was to the fore in promoting compliance with the GAA Child Protection and Safeguarding and adherence to the Code of Behaviour. Sheila led out on a GAA audit of this whole area in 2017 which focussed on compliance with Garda Vetting, Child Protection awareness and coaching qualifications. In this regard, the role of Coaching has always been to the fore and our Coaching Officer, Sean McBrearty has actively promoted and worked hard to build the base of qualified coaches at all levels, sufficient to cater for our growing underage numbers.


In 2017, the number of players from nursery up to U-16 registered and active exceeded 300 for the first time with a 60/40 split between boys and girls. The entire club rallied to support a proposal from Brian Sweeney and we hosted a very successful U-10 tournament in August which has become an annual fixture on our calendar and has a waiting list of other clubs wishing to take part! Our young hurlers won an U-12 county title and our U-13s took part in and won a North West tournament which included teams from Derry. Our U-14s reached their first A Hurling final only to come up short on the day. 2017 was a challenging year for our senior footballers with an extraordinary number of player injuries and the long-term absence of key players impacted on what was a very competitive Division 3 League resulting in relegation. The team finished top of their group in the Junior A Championship however, the loss of several key players again presented to great a challenge and we lost out to eventual winners, Naomh Colmcille who went on to achieve glory in Ulster. Growing concerns were emerging at the number of failures of other clubs to field in the reserves league which didn’t aid our chances in the championship where we bowed out at the semi-final stage. Our Players continued to get recognition at county level including Shay Doherty who played a forward role with the County Minors in 2017 and, unfortunately, came up short in the Ulster Minor Championship. Shane Graham was a member of the County U-21 Football squad and Diarmuid Cahill was a member of the 2017 Buncrana Cup squad. Cathair Doherty and Brian Diver also played for the County Minor Hurlers in 2017. Special mention goes to Brian Diver who won an Ulster Colleges All Star Award in 2017.We finished the year on a high when our all female ballad group won our first Scór county title.



In 2018, our U-14 Hurlers qualified for Féile na nGael and acquitted themselves very well.
A combination of several long-term injuries and mixed form meant that our senior footballers didn’t gain promotion back to Division 3. We also came up short again in the Junior Championship and lost the semi-final to Red Hugh’s who went on to win County and Ulster titles. Our reserves competed in a much reduced league with very little competitive football. In order to address the absence of regular reserve team football, we successfully campaigned at the annual County Regulations meeting to change the reserve league structure for 2019 to include the reserve teams of all Division 3 and four clubs together with the third teams of Division 1 and 2 clubs which would see a dramatic improvement in competitive games and a significant reduction in failures to field.


The fruits of our Fo-choiste Gaeilge agus Cultúir bore more fruit in 2018 with our club represented in six different categories of Scór na nÓg producing outright winners in Ceilí Dancing and Recitation.


The ongoing efforts of our Ladies Football sub-committee started to also bear fruit in 2018 when we fielded teams at U-13/14/16 and the year was highlighted by the selection of Clodagh O’Connor to play for the county U-14s where she was joined by Andrea Cutliffe.
Camogie continued to field in all age groups from U-8 to U-18 with several club members also being selected for the various county squads. Many of our players represented Woodland NS who won the 2018 large school competition, a great achievement against stiff opposition.


Attention switched in January 2019 to our adult entries in Scór Sinsir where we entered in four different categories and reached the county finals in two namely, recitation and drama with outright victory in the now famous drama piece masterminded by Brian Sweeney and his talented team who performed the Léiriú Stáitse entitled Packie McNamee, originally written by Fergus Cleary and adapted for the stage by Brian. The piece was described as
“a very clever piece with bags of humour and entertainment value!” so much so that our talented players went on to win the Ulster title and finished runners-up in the All Ireland Finals held in Castlebar in April 2019, a very proud day for our club.


As already mentioned, our senior football team management led by Sean McBrearty and John McDermott steered the team back to Division 3 losing only one game in the process and finally got past the semi-final hurdle in the Junior A Championship only to come up short against favourites, Buncrana. The experience will definitely stand to this talented group of players and we can look forward with optimism to finally achieving this county title. Our seniors were joined on the day by our reserves in the Junior B final which they agonisingly lost by the narrowest of margins to Urris. This group of players definitely benefitted from the increase in competitive games and hopefully the revised reserve league format will continue in 2020.


The sustained efforts of all ensured that we ended the decade with almost double the number of youth and adult members and plans are being put in place to further develop our facilities for players and supporters alike.

Fundraising and finance have always been a major challenge as our profile grew over the years and we were lucky to have the benefit of the expertise of John McDermott in the position of Treasurer to guide our club through this period and coordinate this vital area, not to mention all his other roles within our club.


During the ten years, our Club was fortunate to have the benefit of experienced Gaels as Cathaoirleach including James Frain, Dan Harnett, Charlie Cannon and Michael O’Connor.

The past ten years has also seen the sad passing of a few members who will be remembered for their commitment and dedication during their time with us.

We have certainly finished the decade in a much improved place with real confidence and optimism as to what the future will bring and we look forward to continuing to promote Gaelic games and culture for the benefit of all our members and the wider community.