Tyrone GAA | GAA MAIN SPONSOR - E.Quinn Contracts


The name of Plunkett Park has a dual significance. One of our patrons was a mighty figure in the history of the Catholic Church in Ireland of almost three hundred years ago (St. Oliver Plunkett); the other, a valiant, quiet man who died a soldier’s death in Ireland’s most deathless struggle but a generation ago (Joseph Mary Plunkett). Both bore the same family name and were related by blood. Both won a martyr’s crown from minions of the same adversary, the one for the Faith, the other for the Motherland.

Important Dates

  • 1916: POMEROY PLUNKETTS formed, under the patronage of St. Oliver Plunkett and dedicated to the memory of Joseph Mary Plunkett.
  • 1929: POMEROY PLUNKETTS affiliated as a asenior team – beaten by Donaghmore in the delayed 1928 Championship.
  • 1935: PLUNKETTS won Junior Football Championship by beating Greencastle.
  • 1945: WON Junior Football Championship by beating Gortin and East Tyrone Championship and League.
  • 1946: CLUB transferred from East to West Tyrone.
  • 1948: PLUNKETT PARK opened, the second county ground in Tyrone.
  • 1967: WON County Intermediate Championship, County Intermediate League and McElduff Cup.
  • 1972: NEW Pavilion opened.
  • 1980: PLUNKETTS Football Club and St. Mary’s Handball Club amalgamated to form Pomeroy Plunketts Gaelic Athletic Club. A sports centre opened, which included a 40 feet by 20 feet indoor handball alley.
  • 1981: Hurling Club formed.
  • 1984: Won County Junior Championship and County Junior League.
  • 1991: Beat Edendork after replay to lift the Intermediate Championship.
  • 1994: GYMNASIUM installed in sports centre. Bought four and a half acres of land to develop a training pitch.
  • 1998: REDEVELOPED Plunkett Park re-opened to mark its Golden Jubilee. Further three and a half acres of land bought for development.
  • 1999: WON Junior League and Junior Reserve League.
  • 2002: WON under-21 (Grade 2) Championship.
  • 2003: WON under-21 (Grade 2) Championship
  • 2004: SENIORS won County Intermediate League and Championship and Ulster Intermediate Championship. Narrowly beat by Carbery Rovers (Cork) in the All-Ireland Intermediate Football Club Championship Final.
  • 2010: Grade 2 Minor League and Championship Double winners.
Fixtures / Results
Seniors - Fix / Res Under 8s - Fix / Res
Reserves - Fix / Res Under 10s - Fix / Res
Minors - Fix / Res Under 12s - Fix / Res
Under 16s - Fix / Res Under 14s - Fix / Res
Ladies - Fix / Res