A GAA club was formed in Ballinagh in 1888 and Ballinagh Erin's Hope appears to be the name affiliated in March 1889 as was Kilmore Rangers, a second club in the parish based in Drumcor. This club later joined with Tom Maroney's of Cornafean to form the new Naomh Fionnain Club. Ballinagh had limited success in it's formative years and won it's first trophy in 1913, the Junior Championship.
Fundraising empowers our team and offers a sense of unity. It gives us that common goal to get behind, a single milestone that we can reach as a group, as a community, as a team. We are dedicated to ensuring that our family of games, and the values we live, enrich the lives of our members, families, and the community we live in.
Our goal is to encourage all members of the community to participate in GAA related activities regardless of their background.To reward commitment and participation at all ages and provide encouragement and involvement to players of all abilities,whilst ensuring a safe and protective environment for children
The GAA’s values are the heart and soul of our club. In every club around the world they are what connects us, what makes us unique and what attracts more and more players, members, volunteers and supporters.
Ní neart go cur le chéile (There is no strength without working together)