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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.

 

GAA National Club Draw
Opening of Club Rooms in 2012

Opening of Club Rooms in 2012

GAA President Liam O'Neill along with Cloone and Leitrim officials in Cloone in August 2012




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Cloone Participates in National Club Draw 2015

 (28/Nov/2014)
Cloone GAA Club are currently selling tickets for the National GAA Club draw. We would be very grateful for your support in this fundraising venture. There are 15 fantastic prizes on offer ranging for...Read On

Come Dine With Me 2014.

 (19/Nov/2014)
Cloone GAA Come Dine With Me social takes in place in Cloone Community Centre on Saturday November 29th. Anyone wishing to attend of host a table please contact any club officer.On the night we plan t...Read On

Coiste na nÓg Referee of the Year

 (19/Nov/2014)
Congratulations to club referee and senior team member Declan Tiernan who has been announced as Coiste na nÓg referee of the year. This is a wonderful achievement for Declan and we wish him every succ...Read On
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FBD Connacht GAA Senior League Football 2015

Fixtures for 2015 FBD Connacht League....Read On

Connacht GAA Senior League Hurling 2015

Fixtures of Connacht GAA Senior Hurling League 2015....Read On

Andy Kettle RIP

Leitrim GAA extend deepest sympathy to the family, friends and GAA community in Dublin on the death of Andy Kettle, RIP....Read On