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
champions
Down
champions
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.

History[edit]

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

Achievements[edit]

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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