St Grellan's GFC

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St Grellan's
Naomh Grealláin
County: Galway
Colours: Black and Amber
Grounds: Dunlo GAA Grounds
Coordinates: 53°19′51.01″N 8°13′42.69″W / 53.3308361°N 8.2285250°W / 53.3308361; -8.2285250Coordinates: 53°19′51.01″N 8°13′42.69″W / 53.3308361°N 8.2285250°W / 53.3308361; -8.2285250
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Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Connacht
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St Grellan's Gaelic Football Club (Irish: 'Cumann Peile Ghrealláin Naofa') is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Ballinasloe, County Galway, Ireland. The club is a member of the Galway GAA. It is the Gaelic football section within Ballinasloe GAA.

The team was named in honour of Grellan, patron saint of Ballinasloe.

St Grellan's were the first club in Galway to win a record Seven county titles in a row from 1913 to 1919 and were undefeated in the County Championship from 1913 to 1930. They were also the first Galway Club to reach a Senior Club All-Ireland Final in 1980.


Ballinasloe GAA Club[edit]

Formed on 1 December 2005 when St. Grellan's GFC merged with Ballinasloe Hurling Club.