Did You Know?
Armagh native Leo McAlinden (RIP) who won several championships with Cloone in the 40's & 50's was one of a small group of players to play Railway Cup with two provinces having represented both Ulster & Connaught.
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Visit from Kilmacthomas club
On Saturday evening last we had the pleasure of entertaining the Kilmacthomas GAA club from Waterford who were on tour for the weekend. A very entertaining Challenge game was played in the Park which ...Read On
The late Paddy McCrann RIP
Cloone GAA would like to extend its sincere sympathy to the McCrann family on the death of Paddy McCrann Mount Ida Cloone. Paddy better known as ‘Stonewall’ was a stalwart of Cloone GAA with his caree...Read On
Club Trip to London
In conjunction with the Connacht Senior Football Championship match Leitrim V London on Sunday May 28th , Cloone GAA is proposing to organise a club outing to London. The trip would include a match ag...Read On
The Connacht Juvenile B semi-finals were played on Sunday in Drumshanbo, with 8 grades down for decision against Mayo opposition....Read On
Leitrim GAA Supporters Club Draw Results 2017
The Leitrim GAA Supporters Club Draw took place in Coxs Steakhouse, Dromod, earlier tonight...Read On
Connacht 40x20 Junior B Doubles Semi-Final...Read On