Castledawson GAC

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St Malachy's GAC Castledawson
An Séan Mhullagh
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County: Derry
Colours: White and Black
Grounds: The Broagh
Coordinates: 54°46′01.84″N 6°32′13.09″W / 54.7671778°N 6.5369694°W / 54.7671778; -6.5369694Coordinates: 54°46′01.84″N 6°32′13.09″W / 54.7671778°N 6.5369694°W / 54.7671778; -6.5369694
Playing kits
Standard colours

Saint Malachy's GAC Castledawson is a Gaelic Athletic Club from Castledawson, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The club is a member of Derry GAA and currently compete in gaelic football, hurling and camogie.

History[edit]

St Malachy's GAC was set up largely thanks to Paddy Graham from the townland of Tamnadace outside the village. The Graham Cup, a reserve competition for South Derry clubs is named in his honour.[1] Although a relatively small club, it competed for several years in the Derry senior league.

Well known players[edit]

  • Matt Sonny McCann - Former Derry and Ulster footballer.
  • Dermot Heaney - 1993 All-Ireland Championship winning Derry footballer.
  • Adrian Heaney - Former Derry Minor, Under 21 and Senior Player who was the Senior team captain

Camogie[edit]

Castledawson fields camogie teams at U10, U12, U14, U16, Minor, and Senior levels.

Football Titles[edit]

Senior[edit]

Minor[edit]

  • Tommy O'Neill Cup: 1
  • Minor 'B' Football Championship: 1
    • 2015
  • Minor 'B' Football League: 1
    • 2015
  • South Derry Minor 'B' Football Championship: 1
    • 2006

U-16[edit]

  • South Derry U-16 'B' Football Championship: 1
    • 2003, 2000
  • South Derry U-16 'B' Football League: 2
    • 2002, 2005

U-14[edit]

  • South Derry U-14 'B' Football Championship: 1

2002

  • South Derry U-14 'B' Football League: 1

2002

  • All County U-14 "C" Football Feile. 1

2008

  • All County U-14 "C" Football Championship. 1

2008

Camogie Titles[edit]

  • Derry Premier Camogie Championship: 1
    • 2007
  • U14 Derry Championship: 2
    • 2010
    • 2011

Ladies' Football Titles[edit]

  • U14 Derry Championship: 1
    • 2010

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

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History: Club founder". Retrieved 2007-09-06. [dead link]