The late Hugh Caulfield

The death has taken place at his daughter’s and son-in-law’s residence in Texas of Hugh Caulfield, Chicago. Hugh was a son of the late John and Mary Caulfield, Carnalecka, Ballinrobe, and wore the Ballinrobe GAA colours before emigrating. The funeral Mass and burial took place in Chicago on Friday, August 28. Predeceased by his brother, […]

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The late Kay O’Malley, RIP

Ballinrobe GAA Club extends sympathy to the family of Mrs Kay O’Malley (nee Burke), Drumhill, who has passed away after an illness. Kay was mother of James, who played with our club with distinction for many years. The O’Malley family have always been strong supporters of the GAA. Kay’s son-in-law, Ruairi Keane, also played with […]

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The late Tony Finnerty

The town of Ballinrobe is in deep mourning with the sudden passing of one of its most enduring characters, Tony Finnerty (70), Creagh, on Monday, August 17th. Tony’s death is acutely felt by a wide range of local organisations and everyone who knew and loved him. In Ballinrobe GAA Club, we are only too well […]

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Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others

Calling all Ladies over 25.  Ballinrobe Ladies GAA Club – Gaelic 4 Mothers & Others kicks off again this year very shortly.  This is great fun and a non competitive outlet for all women of the community.  Whether you’re a novice, or a former or current player, this is a very enjoyable opportunity to get […]

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Kelloggs GAA Cúl Camps – Ballinrobe GAA Club

This year Ballinrobe GAA Club will be hosting two Kelloggs GAA Cúl Camps on the weeks beginning 20th July and 27th July.  In compliance with the GAA Return to Play Guidlines the numbers of each camp have been restricted to 120 children.  To ensure the safety of all participants and to comply with GAA guidelines […]

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Club History Series

Club member Liam Horan is compiling Club History Video Series on Facebook. Here are the episodes to date – you don’t need to be a member of Facebook to view them, just click the link: Imminent: The Ballinrobe v The Neale rivalry of the late 1970s, early 1980s. We’ve started flying a few kites for […]

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MyLife GAA Healthy Clubs Step Challenge

Irish Life in conjunction with the GAA have launched the MyLife GAA Healthy Clubs Step Challenge to promote health and wellbeing and at the same time benefit one GAA Club in each province.  It is an ideal opportunity when the summer is here and the weather is good to get out and walk or run. […]

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The late Fergal Loftus, RIP

  Ballinrobe is in mourning this evening with the news that Fergal Loftus, Carrowkeel, Ballinrobe, passed away today after a lengthy illness that he bore with great courage. Fergal was a member of a highly popular and respected local family. He played for our club at all levels, including senior, and was held in high […]

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The late Mary Quinn, RIP

Ballinrobe GAA Club extends sympathy to the family of Mary Quinn, Church Road, Kilmaine, who has passed away. Mrs Quinn died at the residence of her son, TJ, on Main Street, Ballinrobe, where she had been living in recent times. The extended Quinn family has made a huge and varied contribution to Ballinrobe GAA Club […]

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