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16 Old Fort Road, Tattyreagh, Omagh, BT78 1RU, Tyrone
Tattyreagh St. Patricks GAC has a unique location where the 3 diocese of Clogher, Armagh and Derry meet and is situated on the Oldfort Road 5 miles south of Omagh and 3/4 miles from Fintona. Tattyreagh GAC was conceived as early as 1917 when it has been said three local men Barney Mullan, Hugh Darcy and Peter Slevin decided to form a local GAA club.
The club had a history of different names and affiliations before becoming established in the area with a sustained existence. Notably in 1957 the minors broke through with a strong team and the seniors won the west Tyrone league in 1968 -in 1972. The club amalgamated with Tattysallagh to form Drumragh Sarsfields. In 1975 Tattyreagh St. Patricks was formed and this laid the foundation for the current club as it stands at the moment. Currently there are just over 300 members and teams at every level in men's football and ladies’ team at under 12 and under 14 levels.
Success on the field was achieved in 1998 when the adult team won the division 3 league, a team captained by Emmett McCarroll and had players like Sean Darcy, Pearse Darcy, Declan Armstrong and Aidan Mullan. The ‘Tatts’ remained in division 2 for 6 years until relegated in 2004. The current reserve team are junior double winners last year and the seniors narrowly missed promotion in the play offs. The club is currently building a stand in honour of Aidan Mullan a local player who tragically lost his life in Dublin 4 years ago.
Please help us to improve our club playing facilities and many thanks for all your donations. All lottery proceeds go straight to club funds.