Founded 1904

Co. Clare

About Sixmilebridge


As Gaeilge: Droichead Abhann ui gCearnaigh

Address: O'Garney Park, Sixmilebridge, Co. Clare, Ireland

Founded: 1904

Nickname: De Bridge

Serving: Parishes of Sixmilebridge and Kilmurry

Star Fact: Sixmilebridge GAA held the All Ireland Feile na Ngael (Christy Ring Trophy) and the AIB All Ireland Club Title (Tommy Moore Cup) in the one year. (1995/1996).

Ground Capacity: 7,000 (Approx O'Garney Park)

Colours: Saffron & Blue Jersey, Blue shorts with Saffron Stripes, Blue socks with Safron bands. 

Club Crest: The crest is made up of a Tree which existed in the square area of the village on the banks of the river Garney. Behind this is Garney house which was a landmark building in the village.


Club Grounds: Main Pitch located at O'Garney Park includes Full Size flood light pitch with seated stand for 1000 patrons. A wall ball and handball alley exists for nurturing the skills of our stars of the future. A community hall with stage is used by local organisations and 4 dressing rooms complete the setup. A track around the field provides a training ground for the local athletes. Our second ground at Cappa Lodge contains a full size pitch, 4 dressing rooms, referees room and a players Gym.

Red Sky at Night - O'Garney Park in all its delight
Ongoing Development:The club is currently developing a new indoor hurling arena for completion in 2019.



Club Officers 2022

Patron: Fr. Harry Bohan

President: Pat Chaplin

Chairman: Syl O’Connor

Vice Chairman: John McNamara

Secretary: Adrian Hogan

Assistant Secretary: Daniel Reddan

Treasurers: Joan Keogh & John Gaule

Registrar: James Scanlan

PRO: Ian Chaplin

Irish Language Officer: Padraig Mac Ghiolla Phádraig

County Board Delegate: Pat Keane

Players Rep: Seán Lynch

Bingo CoOrdinator: Mary Corbett

Field Manager: John Corbett

Hall Manager & Maintenance: James Scanlon

Field Development Manager: David O'Meara


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