The St. Caillins club represents a small parish, Fenagh, and part of the parish of Gorvagh, which are nestled in the center of south Leitrim.
The club is steeped with history having been one of the first clubs to be set up in Leitrim in 1888. The club has won 5 Leitrim Senior Championship titles, although the most recent was back in 1932.
The Fenagh Perpetual Cup was presented by Dick Ellis, Fenagh to Leitrim County Board and is awarded to the County Senior Football Champions each year.
Leitrim Daily & Final Whistle are delighted to announce the publication of a 192 page souvenir programme covering the Leitrim GAA & LGFA Football Championships at Senior, Intermediate and Junior level this summer.(more…)
A fifth minute Oisin McLoughlin goal would prove to be the difference for Fenagh St. Caillins as they overcame the challenge of neighbours Ballinamore Sean O'Heslins in the opening round of the Connacht Gold Leitrim Senior Football Championship in Fenagh yesterday evening.(more…)