Over the 40 years of the club we have been very lucky to avail of the talents of numerous local people who helped in many ways to make our club as successful as it is.
Pictured are some of the Chairpersons and Secretaries from our first 40 years. This group represent the numerious volunteers who helped out during those years, the trips to the county board and the endless meetings.
This sprit of pride in the club and community is as strong today as it was in any year since '69. The following are links to our current Club Officials and Team Managers.
The club from its formation always had a very active committee who channelled their energies into social activities and fund raising as well as football and camogie. An interesting article in the local Community News (1975) emphasises this point:-
The overall success of any club should not be measured solely by the number of medals and trophies it wins. No other club has contributed more to the breaking down of the old social barriers that existed in our parish for so many years. The social activities of the club included the revival of Mullagh Festival and Regatta, Whit Weekend trips to Killarney, Galway and Tralee, participation in Scór competitions and the "after match get-together". These activities have given people a chance to meet, talk and enjoy themselves.