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Michael Davitt CLG would like to welcome you to our club website. Our aim is to keep this site regularly updated with information about all our activities.We hope you will find this site informative about our club, its past and what events will be taking place throughout the season. Being online allows our supporters and others, wherever they are, to follow our various activities.

Latest News

  • South Antrim Hurling League 2017 Fixtures

    Monday 3rd April – Ardoyne v Davitts

    Monday 10th April – Davitts v O’Donnells

    Monday 24th April – Davitts v Sean Treacy’s

    Monday 8th May – Davitts v Lamh Dearg

    Monday 15th May – St John’s v Davitts

    Monday 22nd May – Bye

    Monday 29th May – St Agnes v Davitts

    Monday 5th June – Davitts v Sarsfields

    Monday 12th June – Davitts v St Galls

    Monday 19th June – Davitts v Ardoyne

    Monday 26th June – O’Donnells v Davitts

    Monday 3rd July – Davitts v Sean Treacy’s

    Monday 24th July – Lamh Dearg v Davitts

    Monday 21st August – Davitts v St John’s

    Monday 28th August – Bye

    Monday 4th September – Davitts v St Agnes

    Monday 11th September – Sarsfields v Davitts

    Monday 18th September – St Galls v Davitts

  • All County Senior Football Division 2 – 2017 Fixtures – Round 1

    Sunday 9th April – Gortnamona v Davitts – 3pm

    Wednesday 19th April – Davitts v St Brigids – 7pm

    Wednesday 26th April – Davitts v Dunloy – 7pm

    Wednesday 3rd May – All Saints v Davitts – 7.15pm

    Wednesday 10th May – Davitts v Ardoyne – 8.15pm

    Sunday 28th May – Rasharkin v Davitts – 3pm

    Sunday 4th June – St Endas v Davitts – 3pm

    Wednesday 7th June – Davitts v st Comhgalls – 8.15pm

    Wednesday 21st June – St Ergnats v Davitts – 8.15pm

    Sunday 25th June – Davitts v St Joseph’s Glenavy – 3pm

    Sunday 9th July – Tir na nOg v Davitts – 3pm

  • 2017 Championship Draws

    The draws for the 2017 hurling and football championships were made tonight.

    In the Junior B Hurling Championship we will meet the winner of St Agnes and Loch Mór.

    In the Intermediate football Championship we have been drawn away to St Endas in preliminary.

  • Underage – New Code of Behaviours

    The GAA have issued a new edition of the Code of Behaviours for Underage which sets out what is expected of players, mentors, coaches, trainers, parents/guardians, supporters and referees.

    Click here to read the full document.


  • Senior Football Training

    Senior football pre-season gets up and going on Monday 16 January 2017 at Colinvalley 3G from 7pm and then again on Wednesday 18 January 2017 at St Dominics also starting at 7pm.

    We all know that we need to build and progress on what we did last year and the only way to do this is through hard work. Let’s make it a season to remember – no excuses.

  • All-Ireland Junior B – Davitts 2-6 Kinvara 1-18

    The senior hurlers bowed out of the All-Ireland junior B series when losing out to the Galway champions in the Leinster quarter final at Heywood College, Abbeyleix.

    While we had a few scoring opportunities early on we failed to convert them and Kinvara punished us with four unanswered points (3 frees) to lead by four. However 2 Gearoid Cosgrove points, from inside his own half, either side of a Kinvara point saw us reduce the deficit to a goal. However, Kinvara responded with another 3 points before Stephen McGivern firstly pointed and then flicked the ball to the net to leave two between the sides. Kinvara tagged on 2 points at the end of the half to take a 0-10 to 1-3 advantage at the break.

    At this stage we were still well in the game, but Kinvara upped their game in the second half and as they started to put us under pressure we began to concede more frees which the Kinvara free taker slotted over the bar at will. Despite giving it our all and with further points from Gearoid Cosgrove 0-2, Colm McKee  0-1 and a goal from a 21 yard free by Stephen McGivern, it wasn’t enough to trouble the Galway champions who ran out deserved winners 1-18 to 2-6.

    While our preparation for this competition was excellent, we have still a
    bit to get to the next level but we do have the potential. On a positive note, Kinvara have advanced to the Leinster final following a big win over their Laois opponents, so we can take heart from knowing we were up against a strong team.

    We would also like to thank our sponsors, Flynn & McGettrick Solicitors, 26 West Bar & Grill, City Sightseeing Belfast and Hammond Lane Metal Co for their generous support.

  • Child Protection Awareness and Foundation Football Course

    We are hosting a Child Protection Awareness Course on the evening of Wednesday 28th September and a Foundation Football Coaching Course on the morning of Saturday 1st October.

    It’s aimed at any member or parent who wants to get involved and help with our juvenile activities next year. It is compulsory for anyone to attend both, unless they have already been on either of these courses

    Both courses are facilitated by tutors and the Foundation Coaching Course is both theory and practical based.The cost of attending the courses will be met by the Club.

    Anyone who is interested in coaching the kids and promoting Gaelic games in the Club can reserve a place on both courses by contacting any of the team mentors or sending their name, address and contact number to our club email;