Lisbellaw St Patrick's GAA

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Lisbellaw St Patrick's
Naomh Pádraig Lios Béal Átha
Colours:Green and White
Grounds:Cavancarragh, Lisbellaw
Coordinates:54°20′41.88″N 7°33′27.59″W / 54.3449667°N 7.5576639°W / 54.3449667; -7.5576639Coordinates: 54°20′41.88″N 7°33′27.59″W / 54.3449667°N 7.5576639°W / 54.3449667; -7.5576639
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Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Ulster
Hurling: 0 2 29

Lisbellaw St Patrick's are a hurling club from central County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. They are the only adult hurling club in Fermanagh,[1] the club has won the Fermanagh Senior Hurling Championship on 31 occasions.[citation needed]

Club history[edit]

In 1968 Adrian Corrigan and Father Peter McGuiness decided to form a hurling team drawing on players in the Lisbellaw area. McGuiness contacted Jimmy McPhillips of Coa and Fermanagh. He and his son John assembled some players and practices began in October 1968. At 16yrs old, Gerry Breslin was the first Club Chairman in 1969. Jimmy McPhillips died in 1984.[citation needed]


Lisbellaw Hurling Club is situated outside the town of Lisbellaw at Cavanacarragh in central Fermanagh.

The club facilities include a hurling field with ballstops and a fence around the pitch. Facilities include changing rooms with a meeting room, showers, and toilets.[citation needed]



  1. ^ "You are 100% guaranteed to play county hurling if you join this GAA club". Maximum Media. 23 April 2016. Retrieved 26 September 2020. [as of 2016] Fermanagh incredibly has only one hurling club within its borders

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