Ardnaree Sarsfields GAA

Ardnaree Sarsfields GAA is a Gaelic football club located in Ballina, County Mayo. The club competes in competitions organized by Mayo GAA county board and is a member of the North division.

Ardnaree Sarsfields GAA
CLG Ard na Riagh
Colours:Green, Gold    
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Connacht
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The club was founded in 1949.


Notable playersEdit

Joe Corcoran played with Ardnaree Sarsfields with great distinction and for many is the most recognised former player. Joe Corcoran won 2 county junior titles with Ardnaree Sarsfields (1959 and 1971) and a national football league title with Mayo in 1970. Joe Corcoran was the long-time record scorer for the Mayo senior team with 19-360 (417 points) until 2012 when Conor Mortimer surpassed his total.[3] Joe Corcoran also served as a Club President, manager and selector over his years of service to Ardnaree Sarsfields

John Forde - Double All-Ireland Senior Football winner with Mayo 1950 and 1951. John Forde also served as Club President for Ardnaree Sarsfields.

Fr. Peter Quinn - Double All-Ireland Senior Football winner with Mayo 1950 and 1951


  1. ^ "Ardnaree clinch first junior title". Irish Independent. 16 November 2015. Retrieved 17 November 2015.
  2. ^ "Templenoe reach promised land". Irish Examiner. 8 February 2016. Retrieved 9 February 2016.
  3. ^ "O'Connor on the brink of Mayo scoring record".

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