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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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Sinead lifes the Cup

Sinead lifes the Cup

Cloone's Sinead Brennan lifts the Ladies All-Ireland Cup in Croke Park Sept. 07

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Table Quiz Results

Thank you to all who turned up for our table quiz last night in Creegans Bar. Thanks also to those who supported our raffle and those who sponsored prizes for the draw. Well done to our table quiz win...Read On

Cloone take part in GAA National Club Draw

The club are participating in a National GAA initiative of a Club draw where 10 prizes with a combined value of €20,000 can be won. The tickets cost only €10 each with all proceeds from tickets sal...Read On

Club AGM 2014

The club AGM is schedule for Saturday the 11th of January at 8:30pm in the park. Any member which required a nomination form or submission of motions please contact an Rúnaí Liam on 087 7740673. Th...Read On
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Unique Four County Initiative to Get People Back from Abroad

While Leitrim, Roscommon, Longford and Cavan all have eyes on the upcoming championship there is a bigger prize available for them on May 8th...Read On

Leitrim Ladies Gaelic Football Fixtures to 24/04/14

Leitrim Ladies Gaelic Football Fixtures to 24/04/14...Read On

Charity Football Match on Easter Sunday

A Charity Game in memory of the late Peter Feely will take place between Melvin Gaels and St Dympnas GFC Luton...Read On
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Nash: Clare and Kilkenny best so far

Cork goalkeeper Anthony Nash spoke to RTÉ Sport, and picked out some of the stand-out elements of the Allianz Hurling League so far....Read On

Waterford's Browne retires after 23 years

Waterford hurler Tony Browne has announced his retirement from inter-county hurling....Read On

Devenney: Elite counties drive the GAA

Former Donegal star Brendan Devenney has criticised the GAA for what he perceives to be its neglect of the weaker counties and club players....Read On