Dungloe GAA

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Dungloe GAA
C.L.G. An Clochán Liath
Dungloe GAA logo.jpg
County: Donegal
Nickname: Men
Club colours: Red and White
Grounds: Rosses Park
Coordinates: 54°57′08.48″N 8°21′07.55″W / 54.9523556°N 8.3520972°W / 54.9523556; -8.3520972Coordinates: 54°57′08.48″N 8°21′07.55″W / 54.9523556°N 8.3520972°W / 54.9523556; -8.3520972
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Ulster
Football : - - 7

Dungloe GAA[1] or, in the Irish language, C.L.G. An Clochán Liath[2][3][4] is a Gaelic football only GAA club based in Dungloe, County Donegal, Ireland.[5] The club fields both men's and ladies' teams at underage to Senior level.[6]


Dungloe (An Clochán Liath) have won the Donegal Senior Football Championship 7 times, the last coming in 1958.

The club has had two players selected to the All-Ireland All Star team: All-Ireland winning full forward Tony Boyle in 1992 and Adrian Sweeney in 2003.

In 2014 Dungloe minors joined forces with there neighbours Na Rossa minors in an attempt to beat there powerful massive cocked neighbours Gaoth Dobhair but failed as they lost as Gaoth Dobhair were simply amazeballs and bent them over as they strolled to victory. John Ferry now has more minor championships than the superclub.

The Sweeney brothers, Adrian and Raymond, played for Dungloe and Donegal.[5] As has Adrian Hanlon.[7]


  1. ^ Donegal Democrat Dungloe GAA Awards night
  2. ^ "Facebook". 
  3. ^ "Hogan Stand". 
  4. ^ "Kilkenny GAA". Kilkenny GAA. 
  5. ^ a b "Veteran Boyle stars for Dungloe". BBC Sport (BBC). 24 June 2002. Retrieved 24 June 2002. Brothers Adrian and Raymond Sweeney also impressed for Dungloe. 
  6. ^ "Dungloe Notes". Retrieved 2009-05-06. 
  7. ^ McNulty, Chris (27 May 2011). "McGuinness gives Hanlon the boot from Donegal squad". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 27 May 2011.