Killyclogher St. Mary's GAC

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Killyclogher St. Mary's
Coill an Chlochair Naoimh Muire
Founded: 1904
County: Tyrone
Nickname: St. Mary's, Cappagh, Boys in Blue
Colours: Navy & Sky Blue
Grounds: Ballinamullan
Coordinates: 54°36′05.88″N 7°15′16.44″W / 54.6016333°N 7.2545667°W / 54.6016333; -7.2545667Coordinates: 54°36′05.88″N 7°15′16.44″W / 54.6016333°N 7.2545667°W / 54.6016333; -7.2545667
Playing kits
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Ulster
Football: - - 2
Hurling: - - 4

Killyclogher St. Mary's is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the village of Killyclogher in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland. After many years of underage success, the club finally made the Senior Championship breakthrough in 2003. They have appeared in 3 Senior County finals in the last 10 years. They currently have two Tyrone Senior Players in Dermot Carlin and Martin Swift. Although Killyclogher is very close to the town of Omagh (about 1 mile), it very much remains a rural club with a country identity.

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