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
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.


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.


Cathaoirleach- Pj Mac Gabhann

Runaí Aoife Blood


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