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Welcome to Cloone GAA Website as Gaeilge

Welcome to the official website of Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Cluain. Our website provides information on all our activities within Leitrim GAA. Founded over 100 years ago Cloone is one the most successful clubs in Co. Leitrim.

Cloone have won eleven Leitrim Senior football championships and are one of the most successful clubs in the history of Leitrim GAA. In 1980 Cloone opened our current facilities and have continued to develop and enhance the grounds since. The ground was fully floodlit in Feburary 2006 and became the first ground in Connaught to host a National football League match under lights.

 

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Have A Go Day 2014

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Professor Tim!

 (22/Feb/2015)
This revival of a classic ‘kitchen comedy’ by the Cloonacool Players has all the ingredients to entertain an audience: A handsome but bankrupt young man and his distraught sweetheart. An overpowerin...Read On

Local Results in National Club Draw

 (22/Feb/2015)
As part of the National Club Draw taking place next weekend at GAA Congress in the Slieve Russel Hotel, Cloone offer six local prizes for those who purchased tickets supporting Cloone. The prize winne...Read On

Lost & Found 1987 Medal

 (20/Jan/2015)
A 1987 division 2 medal was found in a car park in Carrick on Shannon recently. Cloone won the 1987 div 2 league final defeating Drumkeerin in Pairc Sean MacDiarmada. Probably some of the team were...Read On
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Leitrim Ladies News

Intermediate Team: After securing their 3rd win in a row on Sunday the Intermediate Ladies will take on Longford this Sunday the 1st of March at 2pm ...Read On

Insurance Information Seminar

An Insurance Information Seminar will take place this Thursday night February 26th at 8pm in Pairc Sean....Read On

Connacht Cumann na mBunscoil Handball Finals

St Patricks NS Drumshanbo represented Leitrim at the Connacht Finals played in Salthill at the weekend....Read On