Fuínn | About

Naomh Éanna is the biggest GAA club in Gleann Ghormlaithe/North Belfast, and indeed one of the largest clubs in County Antrim. We have a membership of approximately 600 (adult and juvenile) members. As a club we are active in all aspects of the GAA, sport (Hurling, Gaelic Football, Camogie and Ladies Football) and play an active role in cultural activities of language, dance and music.

Our thriving juvenile setup, powered by very enthusiastic coaching teams, is now beginning to reap rewards. Our juvenile footballers won the Div 2 All Ireland Feile title in 2011, and this team has stayed together to win the U16 Paul McGirr Ulster Championship in 2012. Our juvenile hurlers have since entering the North Antrim leagues, appeared in numerous prestigious club hurling finals in North Antrim club events and all county finals. We are proud of our contribution to our county teams in all codes.

In 2012, our senior hurlers won the Junior Hurling Championship, and a number of our minor hurlers contributed significantly to this achievement.

Our senior footballers are in transition, and with the continued development of our juveniles footballers, the future looks bright for this team.

Aside from the sports, cultural activities play an important role in the club. Within the facilities of Naomh Éanna resides the Irish language schools established in 2005 and now boasting almost 160 pupils. The development of the school represents a fantastic demonstration of community partnership. To facilitate this partnership we have established Croi Éanna an umbrella group of the school and the club.

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