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Bellaghy Wolfe Tones GAC
Baile Eachaidh
Bellaghy crest.jpg
Founded: 1939
County: Derry
Nickname: The Tones
Colours: Blue and White
Grounds: Páirc Seán de Brún
Wolfe Tone Park
Coordinates: 54°48′25.71″N 6°30′53.22″W / 54.8071417°N 6.5147833°W / 54.8071417; -6.5147833Coordinates: 54°48′25.71″N 6°30′53.22″W / 54.8071417°N 6.5147833°W / 54.8071417; -6.5147833
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Ulster
champions
Derry
champions
Football: 1 4 21
Camogie: - - 1

Bellaghy Wolfe Tones Gaelic Athletic Club (Irish: CLG Baile Eachaidh) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Bellaghy, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The club is a member of Derry GAA and currently competes in gaelic football and camogie.

Bellaghy have won 21 Derry Senior Football Championships, four Ulster Senior Club Football Championships and the 1971-72 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship. The associated camogie club have won one Derry Senior Camogie Championship.


2016 Football Season[edit]

2016 Championship Football[edit]

Championship Football - Bellaghy
Match Details Date
Senior Football
Bellaghy 0-12 1-12 Ballinderry
First Round
21 August
Senior Reserve Football
Bellaghy 3-19 3-8 Lavey
First Round
29 August
Bellaghy 1-8 3-5 Magherafelt
Quarter Final
13 September
Under 21 15-a-side Football
Bellaghy v Magherafelt
Jack Cassidy Cup First Round
Postponed October
Minor A Football
Bellaghy 1-8 0-14 Dungiven
First Round
15 August
Under 16 A Football
Bellaghy 4-16 2-6 Newbridge
First Round
4 August
Bellaghy 3-11 2-6 Steelstown
Quarter Final
11 August
Bellaghy 3-17 0-12 Glen
Semi Final
25 August
Bellaghy 2-10 6-8 Magherafelt
Final
9 September
Under 14 A Football (25 minutes each half)
Bellaghy 7-16 3-6 Dungiven
Quarter Final
16 August
Bellaghy 3-7 2-8 Lavey
Semi Final
30 August
Bellaghy 3-6 2-6 Magherafelt
Final
17 September
  • Senior Final
  • Senior Reserve Final
  • Under 21 A Final
  • Under 18 A Final
  • Under 16 A Final Magherafelt 6-8 2-10 Bellaghy
  • Under 14 A Final Bellaghy 3-6 2-6 Magherafelt

2016 League Football[edit]

Division 1 Senior Football - Bellaghy - 2016
Home
Team
Result Away
Team
Bellaghy
League
Points
Date Round
Bellaghy 0-15 1-11 Banagher 2 7 April 1
Bellaghy 1-06 2-12 Coleraine 0 17 April 2
Bellaghy 1-13 1-13 Glen 1 23 April 3
Loup 5-10 0-10 Bellaghy 0 6 May 4
Bellaghy 1-17 2-10 Slaughtneil 2 15 May 5
Swatragh 3-09 2-10 Bellaghy 0 22 June 6
Claudy 0-11 0-15 Bellaghy 2 29 May 7
Bellaghy 1-10 3-11 Magherafelt 0 5June 8
Dungiven 0-08 2-09 Bellaghy 2 12 June 9
Bellaghy 0-10 0-13 Ballinderry 0 26 June 10
Lavey 1-10 1-09 Bellaghy 0 3 July 11
Bellaghy 2-18 0-16 Kilrea 2 8 July 12
Ballinascreen 3-11 0-07 Bellaghy 0 24 July 13
Bellaghy 1-10 3-12 Greenlough 0 31 July 14
Newbridge 1-19 4-07 Bellaghy 0 7 August 15
  • Bellaghy finished 12th on 11 points
  • Magherafelt won with 24 points

2016 Miscellaneous[edit]

  • Senior Manager John Rafferty
  • Match Info Source derrygaa.ie

2015 Football Season[edit]

2015 Championship Football

Championship Football - Bellaghy
Match Details Date
Senior Football
Bellaghy 2-14 1-10 Glen
Round 1
16 August
Bellaghy 3-10 0-12 Coleraine
Round 2 Winners Section
30 August
Bellaghy 0-10 0-9 Loup
Quarter-Final
21 September
Bellaghy 1-6 2-16 Slaughtneil
Semi-Final
27 September
  • Senior Final Slaughtneil 1-7 0-9 Coleraine, 4 October

Football Titles[edit]

Senior Football[edit]

All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship (1)

  • 1971-1972

All-Ireland Kilmacud Crokes Sevens Championship (2)

  • 1986, 2002

Ulster Senior Club Football Championship (4)

  • 1968, 1971, 1994, 2000

Derry Senior Football Championship (21)

  • 1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1975, 1979, 1986, 1994, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2005

Derry Senior Football League (7)

  • 1947, 1986, 1994, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2004

Derry Intermediate Football Championship (1)

  • 1990

Derry Junior Football Championship (1)

  • 1962 (won by Bellaghy II)

Graham Cup 2

  • 2000, 2004

Larkin Cup 4

  • 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008

Thirds Championship 1

  • 2007

Minor Football[edit]

Ulster Minor Club Football Championship 2

  • 1991, 1994

Derry Minor Football Championship 9

  • 1953, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1961, 1963, 1973, 1991, 1994

Derry Minor Football League: 3

  • 1993, 1994, 2015

Derry Minor B League: 1

  • 2008

Under 16 Football[edit]

Derry U16 Football Championship: 4

  • 1960, 1981, 1990, 2003

South Derry U16 Football Championship: 4

  • 1960, 1981, 1990, 2003

South Derry U16 Football League: 1

  • 1988

Derry U16 Football Shield: 1

  • 2008

Under 14 Football[edit]

Derry Féile na nÓg: 4

  • 1998, 2001, 2010, 2013

Derry U-14 Football Championship: 3

  • 2001, 2013, 2016

South Derry U-14 Football Championship: 3

  • 1995,1998, 2001

South Derry U-14 Football Leagues: 5

  • 1979, 1994, 1998, 2001, 2013

South Derry 'B' U-14 Football Championship: 2

  • 2005, 2010

South Derry 'B' U-14 Football League: 2

  • 2005, 2010

Note: The above lists may be incomplete. Please add any other honours you know of.

Pitches[edit]

Bellaghy's main pitch is named Páirc Seán de Brún in honour of their former club chairman Seán Brown who was attacked and abducted by a Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF) gang on the evening of 12 May 1997 as he locked the main gate of the GAA grounds on the Ballyscullion Road. Less than an hour later the body of the father-of-six was found lying beside his burnt-out car just off the Moneynick Road near Randalstown, County Antrim. He had been shot six times.[1][2] On 19 January 2004 the Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland published a report that was highly critical of the police investigation into Brown's killing.[3]

The club also have two full-sized pitches at Drumanee, just outside the village.

Notable gaelic footballers[edit]

  • Tommy Gribben - First Derry man to win an All Ireland medal with St Pat's Armagh in 1946. Derry County Footballer 1945-1955, 1957–1958, Tyrone County Footballer 1956, Ulster Provincial Footballer, Derry Junior Manager and Coach of 1971-72 Bellaghy All-Ireland winning team.
  • Damian Cassidy - Represented Derry seniors from 1984 until 1996. Left half forward of Derry's 1993 All-Ireland winning team. Managed Bellaghy to senior finals in 2004, 05 & 07, winning in 2005.
  • Fergal Doherty - Former Derry player.
  • Danny Quinn - Member of Derry's 1993 All-Ireland winning panel.
  • Tommy Diamond - Former Derry player. First player to captain a county to victory in both All-Ireland Minor (1965) and All-Ireland Under-21 (1968) Championships.[4]
  • Laurence Diamond - Former Derry player. Captain of 1971-72 Bellaghy All-Ireland winning team.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Loyalist linked to many sectarian killings was quizzed over death". Archived from the original on 2007-06-07. Retrieved 2007-09-06. 
  2. ^ "CAIN: Chronology of the Conflict 1997". Archived from the original on 28 February 2008. Retrieved 2008-03-03. 
  3. ^ "The investigation by police of the murder of Mr Sean Brown on 12 May 1997" (PDF). The Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland. Retrieved 2008-03-03. 
  4. ^ "Tommy Diamond remembers the golden generation of Unders 21s". County Derry Post. 2008-09-23. 

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