Kildress Wolfe Tones was founded in 1952, building on local St Mary’s, Red Hand and Shamrocks teams that preceded them as far back as 1891.
We are a fully integrated men’s/women’s Club, covering the totally rural Parish of Kildress, with Ballinascreen, Lissan (both Derry), Cookstown, The Rock, Pomeroy, Carrickmore and Greencastle as our GAA Club neighbours.
Our Club grounds host two full-size pitches (one with match-quality floodlights), a youth pitch/training area, community/activity space and a new, pioneering £1.50m Hub building completed in 2021.
As a Club we concentrate on football, with some Rounders, and also put significant effort into our cultural and heritage activities. Our Club crest reflects our Parish’s remarkable 6,000-year-old Beaghmore Stone Circles.
The Wolfe Tones have won six adult Tyrone Championships (Men: Intermediate in 1971 and 2011, Junior in 1966, 1994 and 2020 | Women: Junior B in 2012) and in 2022 our Girls made vital history for us by winning the All-Ireland Feile. Kildress players have also won All-Ireland Minor and Under 21 medals with Tyrone.
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