Letterkenny Gaels are presenting the Monday night Bingo in Arena 7, for the regular bingo players and hope to see a few new faces including Club Members coming along"
The Jackpot is (
 €5250. Lines are €40 and Houses are €130. Doors from 8pm. Eyes down 9pm. All welcome.)

Scór season is upon us. We need children who can sing Irish ballads (English or Irish), play traditional music, act in a short play or join a quiz team. We also need adults with ability to help these groups prepare over the next 4-6 weeks. Please contact Bairbre on 089 4218215

Separate Beds at Letterkenny Gaels
Letterkenny Gaels GAA Club this week announced an 8-night run of the Sam Cree comedy play Separate Beds at the club room at Pairc na nGael, Thorn Road, Letterkenny.  This will be the third comedy play hosted by the GAA club in as many years. The cast and crew are working hard to bring another hilarious comedy to the stage. Early signs are that it promises not to disappoint.
Sam Cree is a Co. Antrim born playwright who wrote popular comedies such as Widows’ Paradise and Don’t tell the Wife.  He also wrote for the Carry On films and English comedians such as George Formby and Arthur Askey. 
Letterkenny Gaels Stalwarts Gary Coll, Celine Bradley and Sheila Sweeney return to the stage for the third year to complete the hattrick of comedies with director Paddy O’Connor.  However, this year’s production will see some fresh faces on the Letterkenny Gaels stage with last year’s stage manager Catherine Cannon, Sally Mullen and Orla McElaney making their stage debuts. Gary Coll is joined in the male cast by two more debutants Conor Walker and Alan Wright.  The cast is completed by well-known thespian and all round funny man Andy McGranaghan.
The hard-working cast and crew have been practicing for the last number of months under the guidance of director Paddy O’ConnorPaddy will be assisted by Karen Murphy as his stage manager. Long time club member Paddy O’Connor has over 20 year’s experience directing plays, musicals and pantomimes.  Paddy said “This is the third year for the club to take on a major stage production and it’s running like clockwork so far”.  There is a real can-do attitude about the club and everyone is really putting their shoulder to the wheel”..  “Separate Beds is one of the funniest Sam Cree plays I have worked on and audiences will not be disappointed this year again”. “Due to the success of the previous two plays, the tickets will be in high demand so my advice is to get your tickets early”.

This hilarious comedy will run for 8 nights over two weekends from Thursday 12th to Sunday 15th and Thursday 19th to Sunday 22nd October in the Letterkenny Gaels Club room on Thorn Road. Tickets can be bought at the Arena 7, George Sweeney’s Shop, Swilly Group Office on Business Park Road, from members of the cast or Letterkenny Gaels committee members.  Contact Conor Crossan (087) 133 2680 for ticket

Latest News

  • Club News 19th September The Championship came to an end for our senior footballers on Saturday evening last as they lost out to Naomh Colmcille at the O'Donnell Park. Attention now turns back to the League where the lads have three remaining games. These games will be played in early October. The annual underage party for footballers, hurlers and Camogs will take place in the Arena 7 on Friday the 29th of September from 5-7pm. See Club Facebook for more details.Adults, children, do you want to be involved in Scór? Whether performing or helping the performers to prepare we need musicians, singers, Irish dancers, actors, public speakers, quizzers. If you can help or you can perform please contact Bairbre 089 4218215 ...
    Posted 23 Sep 2017, 15:21 by Letterkenny Gaels
  • Club News 12th September Both the reserve and senior footballers traveled to Dunkineely to take on Naomh Ultan on Saturday evening past. The seniors won their game with one point to spare while the reserves were defeated. This weekend sees the return of the Michael Murphy Sports and Leisure Junior A Championship where our senior team will take on neighbours Naomh Colmcille in the semifinal. See Club Facebook page for fixture details. Well done to two Letterkenny Gaels men on opposite sides of the planet on their recent victories with their adopted clubs. Adam Moore captained Fraser Valley Gaels in Vancouver to the North American Football Championship while James Doherty won the Western Australian Football Championship with Greenwood GFC in Perth.The U-10 ...
    Posted 23 Sep 2017, 15:17 by Letterkenny Gaels
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Senior Results

All Sport Division 3 All County League

Letterkenny Gaels 3.07
 St Nauls 0.13

Michael Murphy Sports & Leisure Junior A Football Championship

     Letterkenny Gaels 1-11

      Convoy 0-13

Junior B Championship

Letterkenny Gaels: 2-06

St. Mary's Convoy: 4-12


Michael Murphy Sports in conjunction with Letterkenny Gaels

are pleased to announce that they now carry a range of Club Merchandise in their shop. 

The new club jersey is now in stock. Jerseys come in children's sizes 5/6, 7/8, 9/10, 10/11, 13/14 & Adult.
Club Hats & Scarfs also available. Call into the store to view the range

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