GRMA is the new GAA Membership Card Programme.

Registration for the programme is now open 

with benefits available from January 2017.

The online registration site for the new GAA Membership Card and grma rewards programme is now live. GAA Club Members are asked to register for the programme at

Registered Members will receive their official GAA Membership Card personalised with their name, club and GAA membership number from January.

The grma rewards programme will also be available from January providing registered GAA Members with access to exclusive discounts, special offers and the opportunity to earn points for going to games. 

Points can be redeemed by individual members or pooled for redemption by GAA clubs. Members need their GAA membership number to register on

Posters and membership number leaflets have been delivered to all county board office for distribution to clubs. The leaflets should be used to provide members with their membership number when renewing their subscription for 2017. Membership Cards will only be distributed to members who have signed up to grma online.

A national media launch will take place at Croke Park with Uachtarán Aogan Ó Fearghail on Tuesday 22nd November. 

In the New Year, phase two of the programme will be launched. This will enable GAA supporters and match-goers to register and earn points through the grma programme.

Membership Cards are only issued to GAA Club Members who have renewed their subscriptions. 

The programme is available to GAA members who are over 18. For further details, visit<>, or contact the grma team at

GAA Code of Behaviour

Link to Child Welfare and Protection page

This Code of Behaviour (Underage) complements the Irish Sports Council (ISC) Code of Ethics and Our Games - Our Code, the joint Code of Best Practice in Youth Sport and addresses the appropriate levels of behaviour, practice and conduct required from our young players, officials, coaches, trainers, mentors, supporters, parents/guardians and clubs.

Download the sixth edition of the GAA Code of Behaviour, Underage. This is the most recent edition as of November 2016 - our code forms part of 'Our Games - Our Code.'

This Code of Behaviour is jointly promoted by Cumann Lúthchleas Gael (The Gaelic Athletic Association), Cumann Camógaíochta (Camogie Association), Cumann Peil Gael na mBan (Ladies Gaelic Football Association), Comhairle Liathróid Láimhe na hÉireann (Irish Handball Council) and Cluiche Corr na hÉireann (Rounders Council of Ireland) as we promote good practice and assist those who promote and deliver our games to the highest possible standards.

Clean Up

A date for your diary is Friday March 25th when the annual parish clean up takes place.

St Patrick's will carry out their annual clean up of the main and side roads in the area from Beltra to Skreen and from the mountain to the sea

Players, supporters, members, parents and others collect a huge amount of rubbish each year.

This is the third year of our annual clean up and all those available on Good Friday morning are asked to give a helping hand.

Bags and gloves will be provided as well as a collection of all rubbish gathered.

For those not available on Friday morning the 25th we would be grateful if you could carry out a clean up of the area near your home on some day over the Easter weekend.

A small effort from all those interested in making Skreen, Dromard and Beltra clean and tidy will make a huge difference.

We have the Wild Atlantic Way tourist route running right through the parish and we should all make an effort to make this route clean and attractive to our visitors.

This cleanup is organised by St Patrick's GAA members to improve the area for all those living and working here and those who visit or pass through our parishes.

Your support is much appreciated.

To Become a member of St Patricks GAA, Please download the attached form (below) and forward along with membership to the Treasurer or any Committee member.

Club Membership Form 2015

The committee has retained cost of membership at €20 for non playing members.

Membership can be paid to any committee member or club treasurer Mark Boland.

All fully paid up members before the 31st March 2015 are entitled to entry into Draw for All Ireland football final tickets.

More benefits are also being added to membership for the year 2015.

This is a major part of fund raising efforts in the club.

GAA Injury and Insurance Scheme


The club has recently updated it's Physio player treatment policy. This policy is to assist players return to action as quickly as possible and to help reduce physio costs to both player and club.

GAA Insurance and Injury Scheme

Please follow the links below for full details of the scheme.

GAA Insurance and Injury Scheme

GAA Injury Scheme

Claim Form must be completed as soon as possible after an injury. See below.

Supporters Club

 Happy New Year to all,

Supporters Club update 06/01/2020

The final draw for the year 2019 will take place in the coming weeks once the new committee and the various sub committees are active. The club AGM was held in December along with a second meeting in order to complete the executive for the forthcoming year.
The outgoing executive had been in place for a 3 year term with a number of the officers having also served on previous occasions giving sterling service to the club. A key achievement for the year 2019 was the construction of a small stand on the sea side of the pitch which will shelter many from the elements in the years ahead! It's a tremendous addition to our facilities.
Thanks to the outgoing executive of Martin Giblin, Michelle Haugh, Claire Walsh & Nigel Collery.
They are being replaced by some new blood in Donal Brady, Úna Clarke, Keith Connolly and the evergreen Nigel Collery!

Running a small club in rural Ireland nowadays continues to remain a challenge with many different aspects coming together to make a club a success both on & off the pitch. Without your continued and valuable support the task would be even greater. In 2019 the Supporters Club contributed almost €6000.00 averaging €5.5k over the last 3 years thank you, it really helps.

The club continues to provide football from under 6's upwards for boys and girls, and adult level for men & ladies which is brilliant for all those who participate and there is much to be proud of especially after seeing our first ever boys Minor 'A' success combined with our neighbours where we provided the spine of the team in all the key positions.
This along with the continued work at underage level driven by Bord na Óg can only augur well for the future.

With this in mind we hope that you will continue to support the club and we hope to grow both the membership and the prize pool for 2020 therefore creating more opportunities to win!!

If you feel you can help in any other way for the year(s) ahead please don't be backwards in coming forwards!
You can email or contact Chairperson - Donal Brady @ 0879695477.

Best wishes and health to all for 2020.

St Pats have launched their new look supporters club.

There are three levels to chose from with great prizes in quarterly draws including All Ireland tickets and vouchers for hotel breaks!

Download the Application Form here 

Club officials will be promoting membership in the coming weeks.

Please contact Mark on 087 6183392 or any committee member for further details.

The club all thank you for your support.

Draw for All Ireland Tickets in the coming weeks.

St Patricks GAA

5 Year Plan

Launched August 2015

Please Take Time to visit our Membership Draw Sponsors

Moffitts, O'Connell Street, Sligo.

St Pats membership draw took place on Thursday last, September 18th.
Winners of All Ireland tickets were Patrick Farrell, Bernie Farrell and Dessie Kilcullen.

The following were also prize winners in the draw

April   Brid Leonard
May    Enda Connolly
June   Hugh Kilgallen
July     Michael Farrell
Aug    Ursula Brady
Sept   All Ireland Tickets above
Oct     Martin Giblin
Nov    Stanley Diamond
Dec    James Clarke

Congrats to our Monthly draw winners:

2014 Winners 

January:    Carol Rafter

February:    Bertie White

March:    Pat Brady

2013 Winners

April:        Jarlath Kilgallon
May:         Seamus Costello
June:        Annette Boland
July:          Hugh Kearins
August:     Peter Brady
September: All Ireland Tickets
    Ann Marie McMunn
    Martin Corcoran
    James Clarke
    James Kearins
October:       Sean Golden
November:   Brendan Kilcullen
December:   Niall McDonal