Clubs & Groups

Sport plays an integral role in the life of the local community and the town is endowed with excellent sporting and leisure facilities and boasts a large number of clubs catering for an array of different sports.

Both the local GAA and soccer clubs have top class playing pitches and training facilities and St Louis Community School is up there with the best in the country in terms of it’s sporting facilities.

In the town centre there is a fine squash/handball complex with shower facilities. We can also boast of a unique outdoor gym at the town sculpture park.

Kiltimagh can lay claim to some notable achievements and personalities in the world of sport down the years,

Sean Lavan, born in Cordarragh in 1898 was to become one of Ireland’s foremost athletes in the 1920’s and represented his country in the Olympic Games of 1924 and 1928. However he is probably best known for being the first gaelic footballer to employ the ‘toe to hand’ technique or ‘solo run’ as it’s now commonly known as and which is an integral part of modern Gaelic Football.

In 1887 three years after the foundation of the GAA, a club under the name of ‘O’Donnell Abu’s’ was established in the town but there is very little known of its activities or personnel until 1910 when the club was reformed under the...
The first soccer club in Kiltimagh was formed in the early 1970’s and it existed under various names until 2002 when the then club, Kiltimagh Athletic merged with neighbours Knock United to form Kiltimagh-Knock United. The club have...
St Louis Community School has a long and proud tradition in basketball down the years but it was not until 2002 that Kiltimagh Giants basketball club was founded. The club, which has thrived since its formation, caters for boys and girls aged 8...
The newly refurbished court is located adjacent to Coláiste Raifteiri, Balla Road, Kiltimagh where the Kiltimagh Further Education Centre is located. The court has a keypad entry system and the floodlights come on automatically if required. The lights time out...
Kiltimagh Scouts reformed in 2012 after an absence of almost 20 years in the town. 10th Mayo are trying to give the young people of Kiltimagh the opportunity to join a group that endeavours to broaden their experiences and instill life-long skills and community values.
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