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Henry Joy McCracken's GFC Moneymore (Irish: CLG Mhic Reachtáin, Muine Mór) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Moneymore, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. The club is a member of Derry GAA and currently caters for Gaelic football. The club is named after the 18th-century Irish republican leader Henry Joy McCracken.
Moneymore fields Gaelic football teams at Reserve and Senior levels. Underage teams (U8, U10, U12, U14, U16 and Minor) are amalgamated with Ógra Colmcille and form the Ógra Mór team. Sides up to U-12's play in South Derry league and championships, from U-14 upwards teams compete in All-Derry competitions.
Ladies' Gaelic football
Moneymore ladies play together with An Lúb players in the Ardtrea team. The team also draws players from Ballinderry, Lissan, Ógra Colmcille and other South Derry clubs along the border with County Tyrone.
There was a presence of Gaelic games in Moneymore in the early 1900s. O'Cahan Moneymore played in the Cookstown and District Football League in 1911. Moneymore won the South Derry Handball League in 1991 and 1912. The next records of O'Cahan's were in 1934 when they played in the South Derry League, but lasted only one season, before competing again in 1938 and 1939. The club played as Henry Joy McCracken's in 1945, before becoming defunct decades later.
McCracken's reformed in 1976 and chose to wear black and amber colours. The first President was Charlie Teague, an old O'Cahan's clubman. Managed by Brendan O'Neill and Patsy Breen, the club's first major success came in 1984 when they won the Derry Intermediate Football Championship. McCracken's won the 1995 Derry Junior Football Championship.
- Derry Intermediate Football Championship: 1
- 1984 runner-up 2001
- Derry Junior Football Championship: 2
- 1995 2014 runner up 1999
- Derry Football League Division 3: 3
- 1995 1999 2014
- Derry Senior Football League Division 1B: 1
- 2001 topped league in 2002 but did not win league as play off system was used
2014 junior league and championship winners
- Graham Cup 2
- 1978 2014
- Derry U-16 Football Championship: 1
- South Derry U-16 Football Championship: 1
- 1963 runner up 1994
South Derry Minor B League Winners 1998.
- South Derry Handball League: 2
- 1911, 1912
- "Club History". Retrieved 2007-09-21.