C.L.G. Aodh Ruadh
|CLG Aodh Ruadh|
|Colours:||Green and White|
|Grounds:||Father Tierney Park, Ballyshannon|
CLG Aodh Ruadh are a GAA club based in the town of Ballyshannon in County Donegal. The club colours are Green and White and they play their home games at Father Tierney Park. One of Donegal's most successful clubs, they have won the Donegal Senior Football Championship on 12 occasions.
With Bundoran, Aodh Ruadh formed one half of the St Joseph's team that won seven County Championships and an Ulster Club Championship—so far the only Donegal team to achieve this feat. They also contributed three players to Donegal's 1992 All-Ireland success, Brian Murray, Gary Walsh and Sylvester Maguire.
In 2011, they created history by electing an all-female executive consisting of: Betty McIntyre, Chair, Emma Gaughan, Secretary, and Catherine McKee, Treasurer.
12 'Donegal Senior Football Championships' (1929, 1932, 1937, 1939, 1942, 1943, 1951, 1986, 1987, 1994, 1997, 1998)
- Gary Walsh (1992 All-Ireland winner)
- Brian Murray (1992 All-Ireland winner)
- Sylvester Maguire (1992 All-Ireland winner)
- Martin Carney (Donegal Team of the Millennium)
- Michael McLoone (Donegal Team of the Millennium)
- Pauric McShea (Donegal Team of the Millennium)
- Brian Roper (2007 National Football League Champion)
- John Duffy
- Niall McCready
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- "McCready expected to replace Dunnion in Donegal defence". Donegal Democrat. Johnston Press. 15 July 2008. Archived from the original on 27 August 2015. Retrieved 15 July 2008.