Welcome to Killeavygaa.com!
A South Armagh GAA club, Killeavy has always had a strong heritage, fielding teams for every Gaelic discipline through out the years. Currently Killeavy fields some 22, yes twenty-two, football, hurling and camogie teams. These range from Under 8′s to Senior Football, as well as camogie and ladies senior football.
Aside from a thriving community of teams, Killeavy has loads of things happening from dancing to whist.
Killeavy has had its fair share of great players down the years. Stevie McDonnell is probably our greatest footballer and still going strong. He has three All Stars, a Texaco Player of the Year award, a National League and along with Barry Duffy, a coveted Celtic Cross from 2002.
New heroes are continually emerging and James Donnelly, Kealan Downey and Conor King helped sweep Armagh minors to All Ireland glory in 2009.
In terms of facilities, Killeavy is continually trying to improve its already superb facilities for the good of the community. Our strategic development plan has been rejuvenated in 2010 with the birth of Cumann Cill Sleibhte, and you can keep up with its progress on this site in the Cumann Cill Sleibhte category.
In 2011, Killeavy celebrates its 125th Birthday, and this really has been a red letter year for the club. We have had so many novel events, that have captured the imagination of our members, and the wider community. We had a 125 mile cycle to Croke Park and back, a breathtaking Gala Ball, fashion show, fun days, biggest loser, Take Me Out, to name but a few. The video above shows the clubs 125 photo, taken on a sunny day in June, an entire club captured in a moment, but will be viewed for a lifetime.