Magheracloone Mitchell's GAC

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Magheracloone Mitchells GFC
Machaire Cluaine
Founded: 1945
County: Monaghan
Nickname: Magheracloone, Mitchells
Colours: Black and White
Grounds: Carrickmacross-Kingscourt Road
Coordinates: 53°56′41.59″N 6°46′11.87″W / 53.9448861°N 6.7699639°W / 53.9448861; -6.7699639Coordinates: 53°56′41.59″N 6°46′11.87″W / 53.9448861°N 6.7699639°W / 53.9448861; -6.7699639
Playing kits
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Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Ulster
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Magheracloone Mitchells is a Gaelic Athletic Association gaelic football club from the parish of Magheracloone in County Monaghan, Ireland. The team participate in the Monaghan Senior Football Championship. The Magheracloone Mitchells GAA club pitch is situated on the main Carrickmacross-Kingscourt Road. On the site there are two pitches (the main pitch and a training pitch), modern changing rooms as well as a community centre and a handball alley.

Magheracloone team of 1965


Notable players[edit]

Three Monaghan team members are also inter-county Gaelic footballers; Tomás Freeman, Damien Freeman (brother of Tomás), Shane Duffy and Gavin Doogan and Francie the black Jones. Magheracloone Mitchells won their first Monaghan Senior Football Championship in 2004.[1] However, they were knocked out of that year's Ulster Senior Club Football Championship by Cavan Gaels at the quarter-final stage.




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Also the home of Cian Conroy