Castlewellan GAC

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Castlewellan GAC
Naomh Maolmhoig Caisleán a’ Mhuilinn
Founded: 1905
County: Down
Nickname: The Town
Club colours: Green and Black
Grounds: St. Malachy's Park, Castlewellan
Coordinates: 54°15′19.66″N 5°56′28.81″W / 54.2554611°N 5.9413361°W / 54.2554611; -5.9413361Coordinates: 54°15′19.66″N 5°56′28.81″W / 54.2554611°N 5.9413361°W / 54.2554611; -5.9413361
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Ulster
Football : - - 10
Castlewellan GAC, December 2009

Castlewellan GAC (also known as St Malachy's GAC, or in Irish, CLG Naomh Maolmhoig Caisleán a’ Mhuilinn) is a Gaelic Athletic Association Club in Castlewellan, County Down, Northern Ireland. The club promotes the Gaelic Games of Hurling, Football, Camogie and other cultural and social pursuits.


The club was founded in 1905 and recently celebrated its centenary year in 2005.


Notable players[edit]

  • Kevin Duffin Current Down Player
  • Mickey McVeigh played for Down 1995-2007 2 Irish News Ulster All- stars team of the decade 1994-2004 won Railway cups with ulster
  • Ciaran McCabe All-Ireland winner 1991 and 1994
  • Gergrot McCartan from Ballymartin but moved to the town won an All-Ireland 1994 & all-Star 1994 Irish News Ulster All-Stars 1996

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