Caherlistrane GAAOne Parish. One Purpose.

Caherlistrane GAA is one of oldest Gaelic Athletic Association clubs in County Galway. It is located in north County Galway straddling the Galway-Mayo border and nestled between our neighbouring clubs; Headford, Annaghdown and Corofin. Our club comprises members drawn from 78 townlands across the parish of Caherlistrane. We play our home matches at Caherlistrane GAA Grounds and participate in competitions across all ages from juvenile to adult.



Here at Caherlistrane GAA we stand shoulder to shoulder in pursuit of our goals. 

This is a place where loyalty and pride prosper. It is a place where we strive for excellence and in turn success.  We do this while understanding inclusivity, sportsmanship, mutual respect and social responsibility are the founding stones upon which everything else is built. Respect for each and every individual without distinction as to age, gender, race or creed is paramount.

As a parish club we work diligently to ensure we can provide the best possible facilities for the development and playing of our games and the promotion of community cultural and social activities. 

The development of Gaelic Games in our parish and the promotion of the values and standards of Cumann Lúthchleas Gael will always be at the core of what we do.

We strive to foster an environment where our volunteer coaches, managers and committee members are given the support they need at all times.

Above all else for our young players we facilitate their development and pathway to achieving their full potential as footballers, coaches, team players, group leaders and parishioners. We endeavour to inspire them to become the next generation of custodians of our club. Our duty of care ensures that the safety and well being of our younger members is to the fore of all that we undertake.

Caherlistrane GAA seeks to enrich the lives of our members and their families and to be a uniting force within our Parish.


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    • Football Academy

    • Coach and Player Development

    • Flood Lit Pitches & Flood Lit Astro

    • Handball & Racquetball Alley

    • Community Centre

    • Meeting Rooms

    • Multipurpose Hall

    • Weekly Lotto

    • Weekly Bingo

    • Summer & Easter Camps

    • Family Fun Days

    • Social Events

    • Multiple Tournaments

    • & Much More...

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      The March/April edition of INTO THE WEST magazine is now available to download FREE (link below).CONTENTSGaelic Games PathwayChampions15selectionFootball AllStars Galway dup named in CamogieAll-Star teamWard & Higgins make the cutFive of the best for BurkeConnacht winners of President’sAwardsGAA Congress meets virtuallyPakie McGarty RIPA Season of Sundays marks strangestyearGAA Heart Programme PJ McGrath RIP.Mayo and Connacht GAA mourns the loss of PJ McGrathTributes pour in for Leitrim GAA legend Pakie McGarty.Eastern Harps showing the way forward Connacht GAA Centre energy efficiency Owenmore Gaels lights upRoscommon GAA finances back on track Healthy Club/My Life steps challenge Leitrim Chairman praises 50 miles effortsCairde Liatroma wedding dayMarty Duffy named referees’ chairKathleen Kane awarded with entryto LGFA Hall of FameSt Nathy’s One Good ClubKevin Walsh’s Invisible GameSligo hurlers in fundraising bidMoylesbackatthehelminMayoMayo’s returning starsFreeman ready for return to actionO’Connor excited by next generation Sullivan keen to get back to the fieldUp & coming Mayo starsWin a Camper with Éire ÓgYoung Rossie Murray impressing with ConnachtFitzmaurice recognised for superb seasonMarch for MaroonFinnerty’s effort collates GalwaymemoriesDownload ‘Into the West’ ... See MoreSee Less
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      Membership is OPEN ❗️It is important that everyone is registered before returning to play. Register Here:❗️ If your daughter is registering for u10 girls for the first time, she will need to be registered with the LGFA (and not the GAA on the link above. U8 and younger need to register on the GAA link).The LGFA registration for NEW u10 girls will be open in the coming days. [u10 Girls who registered last year do not need to take any action as they are already registered until June.] ... See MoreSee Less
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      A throwback to May 2012 - pictures courtesy of Noel Judge ... See MoreSee Less
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      Club Shop is open tonight @7:30pmPlease adhere to social distancing guidelines. ... See MoreSee Less
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      -Name: Darragh Keane-Panel: Senior-Townland: Carrowmore-Age: 25-Occupation (if working): N/A-Students (place of study & main subject area): NUIG Economics-Normal playing position for Caherlistrane GAA: Backs-How long have you been a member of your Panel? 6 Years-How long have you been playing for Caherlistrane GAA? 21years-What is your earliest memory of playing for Caherlistrane GAA? Playing the Hubie Glynn Cup-Most memorable occasion while playing for Caherlistrane GAA? Winning the U21 County Final-Most admired Caherlistrane player (current or past): Cormac Bane-Most admired inter-county GAA player (nationally): Padraig Joyce-One interesting (non-football) fact about you: I’ve a Connaught A schools soccer medal -One surprising (non football) fact about a team mate: Conor Faulkner has 64 different types of hair products -One piece of advice for young footballers: Practice makes perfect-Which is more important: skill, strength/fitness/speed/passion/commitment? Commitment-What’s the best piece of advice you have ever been given where sport is concerned? Let the ball do the work-Socks up or down? Down-What phone app do you use the most? Snapchat-If you had only one adjective to describe yourself, what would it be? Energetic -What’s your guilty pleasure? Popcorn-One word your team-mates would use to describe you? Head strong-Most interesting thing you did or achieved during lockdown? Moved House-Most thing you missed during lockdown? Playing Football-Best tv programme you watched in the past year? The Alienist-Top track you play for motivation? Professor X – DAVE ... See MoreSee Less
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      Into the West Publication for March/April is now available to download:

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      Club Shop is open tonight @7:30pm.

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      It is with great sadness that we learnt of the passing of Frank Finnegan in Sydney R.I.P. We send our sincere condolences to his partner, daughters & friends in Australia & to his family & his many friends in Sylane.

      Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

      Kilmacud 7s sept 2018

      Back L-R:Ciara Glynn, Fiona O’Connor, Johanna Greaney, Gillian O’Connor, Clodagh Lee, Aoife Kilcommins, Aisling Hanley, Helen McHugh
      Front L-R:Siobhan McDonagh, Nicola O’Connor, Michelle O’Neill, Elizabeth McHugh

      Photograph with thanks to Gillian O’Connor

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