Dungloe GAA

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Dungloe GAA
C.L.G. An Clochán Liath
Dungloe GAA logo.jpg
County: Donegal
Nickname: Men
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.

The Sweeney brothers, Adrian and Raymond, played for Dungloe and Donegal. Ciaran Sharkey was a substitute goalkeeper on the 2007 Donegal NFL winning side. Danny Rodgers is the current minor and U-21 goalkeeper while Cory Gallagher is also on the Donegal senior panel[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.