62days since
Intermediate Championship Castleconnor v St. John's

St. Brendan's GAA Park - NEW

Castleconnor GAA Club,

Corballa,

Castleconnor,

Co. Sligo

castleconnorgaa@eircom.net


In 2013 our Club started the redevelopment of our playing field at Corballa. This consisted of a small outer wall being built and clay been moved to low areas. The pitch was ploughed and managed with sand and seed. Six weeks after works had been carried out, it received its first cut. The new surface looks wonderful and hopefully games will be played there soon. 

It is also great to see that we have two new dressing rooms, new showers and a referees room. Phase two of the community centre also seen a glass wall been installed in the handball alley, a new viewing area.


We really have outstanding facilities at our GAA Park and Community Centre in Corballa. We will post some new photos soon.


Below you can see the location of Castleconnor. The picture below is from the website www.johnthemap.co.uk/pages/sligo/county.html.This site has maps of the Sligo area and is very good.   From the map below you can find Castleconnor, you can then take the link to the Maps site, where you can see it more clearly




Directions To:

Castleconnor Community Centre &

St. Brendan's GAA Park, Corballa


1) From Sligo: Take the N59 from Sligo to Ballina:


From Sligo City go as far as Carraroe (Sligo to Dublin Road). At the Carraroe roundabout, take the first left and then go straight to Ballisodare. After crossing the bridge in Ballisodare turn right to Ballina (N59), passing through the villages of Beltra, Dromard, Skreen, Templeboy and Dromore West. After a few kilometres you will come to a junction with the road to the right going to Enniscrone (N298). Keep an eye out for a big church on the left hand side. After this church, you take the next turn to the right. There is a sign for Castleconnor on the left hand side of the road at this turn. Castleconnor Community Centre and St. Brendan's GAA Park, Corballa is about a half a kilometre in that road on the right hand side.

2) From Ballina: Take the N59 from Ballina to Sligo:


From Ballina take the N59 in the direction of Sligo. About 5 kilometres from Ballina take a turn to the left. There is a sign for Castleconnor on the right hand side of the road at this turn. Castleconnor Community Centre and St. Brendan's GAA Park is about a half a kilometre in that road on the right hand side.