Leitrim GAA is very pleased that its latest newsletter has included recognition for our County Final Match Programmes in view of the fact that its attention to detail recorded the townlands of the various players involved. County PRO Barbara Loughlin Byrne is the Leitrim GAA PRO responsible for the production of the Match Programmes and the inclusion of the minute detail of the players’ townlands has been in operation over the past decade, a brainchild of former Leitrim County Librarian, Ballinamore man, Seán Ó Súilleabháin.

The November Newsletter can be accessed here


Applications for Phase 5 of the Healthy Club Project is now open to ALL clubs across the Association, including international units. 150 -200 new clubs will be selected to participate in the project which will commence in February 2022. Over the 18 month process Clubs will be guided and supported in how to make their Club a healthier place.
You can link to https://healthyclubs.gaa.ie/to start the application process.
If you require any additional information, you can get in touch with aoife.obrien@gaa.ie

Corrib Oil  are delighted to partner with Leitrim GAA and sponsor the Leitrim Junior Championship for 2021.

The company have service stations and oil offices in both Carrick on Shannon &  Ballinamore.

Corrib Oil are delighted to be supporting local jobs and business within Co. Leitrim and wish Leitrim GAA continued success.

2021 Connacht Gold SFC Final
Tickets for General Admission will be priced at €15 each with no concessions for Students/OAPs: Under 16s will be admitted FOC.
Considering that this game will be played at Avant Money Páirc Seán Mac Diarmada and given its rated capacity, it is considered safe to place these games on general sale to the public and while doing so, we expect to safely remain within the 50% capacity government restriction placed on sporting venues since September 6th last.
It is imperative to note that there will be no tickets on sale at the Matchday Venue

Tickets available now at:https://www.leitrimgaa.ie/tickets/



Leitrim GAA, at its Management Meeting last night ratified the appointment of Andy Moran as its Senior Team Manager for 2022. We are delighted to bring the process of selecting a person to lead the County’s Senior Team into competitive action for the 2022 season to a conclusion with the appointment of the former Mayo Senior Footballer to this position. We look forward to a year of progress, as we, hopefully, head into a playing season in which normality will have resumed, following the continued Covid pandemic disruption of the 2020/2021 playing seasons. Andy will be assisted in his role by fellow Ballaghadereen GAA man, Mike Solan as Assistant Manager, and former Leitrim players Barry McWeeney and James Glancy as selectors.

Andy Moran played senior Inter-County Football with Mayo from 2004 to 2019. The holder of the all-time Mayo appearances record has played six All-Ireland Finals with Mayo over that period. He is a two-time All-Star winner and holder of eight Connacht SFC Medals and was chosen as Footballer of the Year in 2017. He currently co-manages his native Ballaghadereen GAA Senior Team while still a playing member of the team in the Mayo SFC. He has previously coached the Mayo Under 20 Team in 2020.

Mike Solan, who joins Andy as Assistant Manager, has previously managed Mayo at Under 20/21 level over the seasons 2016-2020. During that period, he presided over two Connacht Championship winning selections, while also being at the helm as Mayo captured the 2016 Under 21 All-Ireland title. He is currently Joint Manager with Andy at Ballaghadereen GAA and has won two Mayo SFC titles with the club as a player in 2008 and 2012.

Barry McWeeney is a former Aughnasheelin footballer and has played with Leitrim at all levels. He was a very committed member of the Leitrim Senior Football Panel from 2005 to 2014 and was a most accomplished defender. With his club he has won two Leitrim Intermediate Football Championships in 2008 and 2017, the latter of which saw him captaining the team to victory. He is currently heavily involved in coaching within his own club.

James Glancy, a former Glencar/Manorhamilton footballer has had a long career in the colours of Leitrim at all levels, representing the Seniors from 2003 to 2014. He has had representative honours with Connacht in the Interprovincial series, and is the holder of five Leitrim SFC Medals with his club, having featured in nine senior deciders and being a member of the famed 4-in-a-row team of 2008-2011. James has vast coaching experience at all levels.

Leitrim GAA is delighted to announce currently that this quartet will lead the fortunes of the County Senior Footballers forward over the next two seasons. Interesting to note that Andy Moran, Barry McWeeney, and James Glancy won a Sigerson Cup together with Sligo IT in 2005.

Any additional members of the extended backroom team will be announced at a later date.