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Éire Óg: A History

Éire Óg Doire Achaidh GAC (Gaelic Athletic Club) is a small Gaelic club from the outskirts of Dunmurry. Founded in 1932, and playing out of Woodlands Playing Fields, Éire Óg Doire Achaidh is the local club for the parishes of St Anne's and Our Lady Queen of Peace, providing Gaelic football and Hurling teams for the children of Derriaghy, Finaghy, Dunmurry, Black's Rd, Glengoland and Cloona. The club has teams from Primary 1 level all the way through to senior level.

Eire Og was founded in 1932 and has since won Football Championships, Hurling Championships, League and Cup honours and has also contributed many inter county footballers and hurlers who wore the saffron of Antrim, as well as other county colours.

There is a decade by decade history of the club that can be found by clicking on the links below. Click on whatever decade you wish to read about and you will see team photographs, match reports, lists of successes and general information about that decade.









2006 Irish News Club of the Year

2007 Irish News Club of the Year

We have a list of honours that Eire Og have won, both in football and in hurling. A full list of honours is available for Senior, South Antrim and Underage levels if you click on the links below.

Senior Honours

South Antrim Honours

Underage Honours

Hopefully you will enjoy reading about the Ogs. If you can add anything to this history, whether it is a match report or recollection of a Championship or Cup final, or information about a certain player, team or year please let us know by emailing admin@eireog.org.