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Swinford GAA
C.L.G. Beal Atha Na Muice
County:Mayo
Colours:Black, Red    
Grounds:Robert McCallion Memorial Park
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Connacht
champions
Mayo
champions
Football: 0 0 0

Swinford GAA (Irish: C.L.G. Beal Atha Na Muice) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Swinford, County Mayo. They play in Mayo Intermediate Football Championship and belong to the East Division.[1]

History

Originally there were three clubs in Swinford area, “The Commercials”, “The Sextons” and then also “The Young Ireland”. There's no evidence about the foundation of a unique club, but Swinford contested the Mayo final, the first and only one, in 1889, when they lost against Ballina Stephenites GAA.[2]

The club has never won a major football trophy, neither a county title. Unlikely, they have won in 1956 a Mayo hurling trophy.[3]

Swinford has been more successful with minor teams, collecting a Junior Final in 1949 and a Minor Title in 1951.

Honours

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