Kilmaine GAA Club
Kilmaine G.A.A. Club was founded on the 9th of March, 1937.
The following officers were elected; Chairman: Padraic Hyland, Secretary; Christy Durcan, Treasurer: Mick Kelly, Delegates to The South Mayo Board: Paddy Curran & Charlie Cunnane.
The first competitive game ever played by a Kilmaine team was against Castlegar (Claremorris), in Curran's field. One of the biggest crowds ever to attend a sporting event in the parish, watched the game. After a thrilling encounter Kilmaine were defeated by a single point.
At present Kilmaine G.A.A. has football teams competing in the following grades - under 8, under 10, under 12, under 14, under 16, minor, under 21 and Intermediate, providing sport for approximately 90 underage and 40 adult footballers.
The main source of income for the club is the weekly lotto. Any four numbers are selected from 1 to 36. If anybody matches the four numbers selected on each Saturday night he/she wins the Jackpot. €100 is added to the Jackpot every week that it's not won. 5 consolation prizes of €30 are drawn each week as well as two house prizes. Tickets cost €2 each.
Your continued support is much appreciated and we wish you good luck in future draws.