Éire Óg Craigavon GAA
Éire Óg is a Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) club based in Craigavon, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It was founded in 1969 to promote Gaelic games and Irish culture in the then new city of Craigavon. It currently plays Gaelic football in the Armagh leagues and the Armagh Junior Football Championship, and also fields ladies' Gaelic football and camogie teams.
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... first matches were played on a rugby field in Monbrief, Craigavon as there were no Gaelic football facilities in the area ... By 1972 Craigavon Borough Council had built a Community Hall at Tullygally and Gaelic pitches in Taghnevan ... the Department of Environment (DoE) agreed to sell the lease of the Éire Óg pitch the Éire Óg club embarked on providing the state of the art, modern facilities that exist to this day ...