Na Gaeil Óga CLG

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Na Gaeil Óga CLG
Na Gaeil Óga
Crest of Na Gaeil Óga GAA Club.png
Founded: 2011
County: Dublin
Colours: Navy and blue
Grounds: Phoenix Park and St. Catherines Park, Lucan.
Coordinates: 53°22′23.63″N 6°13′44.96″W / 53.3732306°N 6.2291556°W / 53.3732306; -6.2291556Coordinates: 53°22′23.63″N 6°13′44.96″W / 53.3732306°N 6.2291556°W / 53.3732306; -6.2291556
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Leinster
champions
Dublin
champions
Football: 0 0 0
Hurling: - - 0
Camogie: - 0 0

Na Gaeil Óga, CLG are a Dublin GAA, Irish-speaking gaelic football, hurling and camogie club based in St. Catherines Park, Lucan and Phoenix Park, Co. Dublin founded in 2011.[1][2] An underage structure was founded in 2014 catering for girls and boys in hurling and football.

History[edit]

Na Gaeil Óga currently have five adult teams, two male football teams, one ladies football team, a hurling and a camogie team. They take part in the Junior Football C and D championships and Divisions 7 and 10 South of the Adult Football League. They also have a ladies football team. In their first season as a team in 2011, the male football team finished second last in the division 10 south of the AFL and were knocked out at the semi-final stage of the Dublin Junior E Football Championship. They take part in Comórtas Peile na Gaeltachta and have done so each year since.

The club expanded to two football teams and a ladies football team in 2012 winning Division 10 South County and Corn Uí Bhroin. They started fielding a hurling team in 2013. 2013 ended with a mid table finish for both hurling and the second football team known as 'The B Special's'. Both the ladies football team and men's A football team were promoted.

A camogie team was started in 2015.

Roll of Honour[edit]

  • 2012 Division 10 South County Football League Winners
  • 2012 Corn Uí Bhroin/The Ó Broin Cup.[3]
  • 2013 AFL 9 runners up and winners of the promotion play-offs.
  • 2013 Ladies football team, runners up and promoted.
  • 2016 Men's football team, runners up and promoted to Division 7.

Committee[edit]

Cathaoirleach- Pj Mac Gabhann

Runaí Aoife Blood

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