Welcome to Killeavygaa.com!
Founded in 1886, Killeavy is proud to be one of the oldest Gaelic clubs in Ireland. We are situated in South Armagh and field teams in men’s football, ladies football, hurling and camogie. We are also keen to promote our culture through Scór na nÓg and Scór Sinsir.
In 2011, Killeavy celebrated its 125th Birthday with a range of activities including a Gala Ball attended by Uachtaran CLG Críostóir Ó Cuana and a birthday photograph capturing over 440 members. A video of the lead up to the ‘big photo’ can be viewed below.
In 2012, Killeavy won 16 county championship titles. This tremendous achievement for our players and participants in Scór was recognised when we were awarded the inaugural Gaelic Life Club of the Year award. We were also further honoured by Newry & Mourne District council with its Services to Sport award. 2015 saw us win our third All-Ireland Scór championship when our Rince Seit team triumphed in the City West Hotel, Dublin.
While proud of our already excellent facilities, we continually strive to improve and in 2010, we launched a 10 year strategic development plan, based on voluntary subscriptions through Cumann Cill Sleibhe, which is rejuvenating all aspects of the club.
We hope you enjoy your visit to our website and we would welcome any comments you may have.