December 22, 2021 at 4:36 pm

A huge thank you to all 412 participants who contributed to our Euro Million Syndicate. In total we raised a staggering £7280, well done to all involved. Our monthly prize winners are listed below, congratulations to each of you. Please also find our last tickets for December.

Monthly Prize Draw Winners: July-Grainne Concannon August-Gareth Logue September-Mick Pyne October-Aoife Mc Keever November-Paul O Kane December-Geraldine O Kane

Euro Million Lotto Syndicate!

December 22, 2021 at 4:19 pm


In an effort to support our club development plan, 412 participants joined our Lotto Syndicate. This ran for a total of 26 weeks, and raised £7280. Each month we had a draw for £50 for a lucky participant. Week 1-24 lotto tickets are shown below !

Help Us Fundraise – Join Our Lotto Syndicate Now!

May 24, 2021 at 9:23 pm

Everyone at Steelstown Brian Ógs is delighted to finally see Gaelic games taking place again at Steelstown and across the city and county. It has been a long wait! For us to provide the best facilities and equipment, as well as helping towards our greater development plan, we are asking for your help in supporting our major fundraiser event of 2021…but time is running out!

We have launched a lotto syndicate based on Euromillions, which will run from June 25th to December 17th. Syndicate members must be signed up before June 25th to be included.

  • 26 Weeks Duration (June 25th to Dec 17th)
  • 416 Chances To Win Big!
  • Plus 6 Monthly Draws for £50
  • Winnings distributed after final draw
  • Once off payment only
  • Winnings over £10k split evenly
  • Winnings Under £10k raffled for syndicate members (1st 50%, 2nd 30%, 3rd 20%)
  • Over 18 years old To Enter
  • Winnings distributed after final draw

What Are We Raising Funds For?

We are extremely grateful for the support of our members and our sponsors, without them, we would not function as a club. In the last couple of years, we have made significant improvements to the club infrastructure and facilities. These include our excellent club gym, addition of floodlights on the ‘road side’ of the pitch, repairs and painting of the entire clubhouse and hall, additional storage areas and works to improve and repaint the car park.

As a club we have ambitious plans to provide more facilities for young players and adult players alike. We provide boys and girls teams across all ages and in 2021 will line out 3 different adult mens’ teams for the first time. A second full size pitch is a major ambition which we are aiming towards. Other projects such as ‘ball-wall’ could help further. We want to further enhance our first class facilities for sport and recreation for the people of the greater Shantallow area and every fundraising initiative helps us get a bit closer!

2018 Annual General Meeting

November 13, 2018 at 11:12 am

**Important Notice To All Club Members**


Steelstown Brian Ógs Annual General Meeting will be held in clubhouse on Sunday 2nd December at 3pm.

Please see nomination form/motions for consideration.

There are a number of positions to be filled on committee for 2019. We urge all members to take a look at all roles and consider putting their name forward.



Spooky Sports

October 15, 2018 at 10:00 am

Hi all,

On Saturday 27th October there will be a Spooky Sports event held in the hall at the club house.

This event is a fundraiser to raise some much needed funds for the club. There will be spot prizes on the day for the best dressed etc so please ensure all come in fancy dress.

This is not a member only event, we invite our members to bring along cousins, friends, neighbours and family to join in the fun, all are welcome! The event is open to under 6’s through to u12’s.

Please see the attached info and sponsor sheets for more information on the event.


Spooky Sports


Sean Maguire RIP

June 4, 2018 at 3:43 pm

Hi all,

It is with regret that the club have learned of the sad passing of Sean Maguire. Sean a long term member of the club was ever present throughout the years watching his sons Brendan and Aidan play.

Sean was always willing to get involved and was willing to do whatever was needed at any particular time. He served on Club Committee, was member of Senior Men’s Management Team, and was also the nominated club umpire for senior games.

Sean was primarily a family man who had a great love for his Wife Mary, his Daughter , and two sons. His other two great loves were Brian Og’s, and his beloved home county Fermanagh. He would have been so proud of Fermanagh’s victory yesterday. His memory will not be forgotten by those who knew within our club. One of life’s finest gentlemen who always had a smile on his face, he will he sorely missed.

Funeral arrangements.

The wake will be at 11 Earls Court in Knightsbridge bt476fh from this evening. Funeral at St Mary’s Ardmore at 2pm on Wednesday with burial at Ardmore cemetery afterwards. Wake will be family only on the morning of the funeral.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam