Current Club Initiatives

  • Clothes Bank Beside Astro
  • Hurley Recycling
  • Muintir Amhain
  • Club Gym


Ardrahan GAA Muintir Amháin Sponsors
ArdrahanGAA Calendar
Calf Rearing Scheme

Our History

Ardrahan GAA club won its first Galway Senior Hurling Club Championship title in 1894 and since then has won it on 11 occasions, having contested 18 County Finals in its history. It lies second on the role of honour, only to Castlegar who have won 16 titles. The last title was won after a replay in 1978, against rival neighbours Ballindereen.
Martin Murray

Martin Murray Tulira, Ardrahan and Peckham, London. 1926 – 2023

Martin Murray R.I.P. aged 97. Martin came to London in 1948 settled in Peckham South London. He was predeceased by wife Sheila a few years ago they had one son David who survives them. Martin was the last surviving member of that generation of the Murray family well known GAA, music, and farming family in Ardrahan. His funeral was held on June 15th at West Wickham Crematorium, Kent.

Martin attended Ardrahan National School and played hurling with Ardrahan. He was a member of a very successful Ardrahan juvenile team that won a South Board title in 1938. He graduated up through various teams in the early 1940’s and was an extended member of the 1948 Ardrahan County intermediate winning side. He maintained his links with Ardrahan and hurling and poignantly held onto his treasured GAA medals all his life. Ardrahan GAA sends its sincere sympathy to the extended Murray and Lynskey families.