Glack GAC

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O'Connor's GAC Glack
CLG Ó Conchobhair, An Glaic
GlackCrestwName.png
Founded: 1921
County: Derry
Colours: Maroon and Blue
Grounds: Brolly Park
(Páirc Ó Bhrolaigh)
Coordinates: 55°01′23.87″N 7°01′50.31″W / 55.0232972°N 7.0306417°W / 55.0232972; -7.0306417Coordinates: 55°01′23.87″N 7°01′50.31″W / 55.0232972°N 7.0306417°W / 55.0232972; -7.0306417
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Football
Camogie

O'Connor's GAC Glack (Irish: CLG Uí Chonchúir, An Glaic) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the Glack/Ballykelly area in County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The club is a member of Derry GAA and currently caters for Gaelic football and Camogie.

Underage teams up to U-12's play in North Derry league and championships, from U-14 upwards teams compete in All-Derry competitions. Glack have won the Derry Intermediate Football Championship once and the Derry Junior Football Championship twice.

Gaelic football[edit]

Glack fields Gaelic football teams at U8, U10, U12, U14, U16, Minor, Reserve and Senior levels. The Senior team competes in the Derry Junior Football Championship and Division 3 of the Derry ACFL.

Camogie[edit]

The Camogie club is called St. Finlough’s Camogie Club Glack (Irish: Chlub an Camógaíocht Naomh Fionnloch Glaic) and fields teams at various age-groups. Notably, Glack is the home club of Junior All Ireland crowned Camogie Player and Captain Brigid Carmichael (née McLaughlin)

2016 Camogie Season (last updated 20/01/16)

Training for U-18 & Seniors will recommence on Thursday 28 January at 7:15pm (indoors) in St. Finlough's Parochial Centre, Loughermore Road, Ballykelly. Please bring £1 to cover the costs of hall hire.

Training for U-14 & U-16 t.b.c.

Training for U-6 to U-12 continues on Thursday's at 6pm (indoors) in St. Finlough's Parochial Centre, Loughermore Road, Ballykelly. Please bring £1 to cover the costs of hall hire.

History[edit]

The club was founded in 1921[citation needed]. One of the club's major honours came in 1971 when it won the Derry Minor Football Championship. They won the Derry Junior Championship a year later before winning the Derry Intermediate Football Championship in 1974. After dropping back down to Junior grade, Glack won the Derry Junior Championship for a second time in 1981.

Honours[edit]

Senior[edit]

Minor[edit]

  • Derry Minor Football Championship: 1
    • 1971

U-16[edit]

  • Derry U-16 Football Championship: 4
    • 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974

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

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