History

1920s
First records of GAA activity in Gortin

1933
Club affiliated to West Tyrone Board

1945
Premier Cup Winners

1947
Jack Mc Connell was on the 1st Tyrone Team to won an All Ireland Minor medal

1948/9
Senior League Winners

1948/50
Championship Semi Finalists

1950s
Activity reduced due to emigration.

1960
Junior Championship Winners

1966
Club Activity Ceased

1972
Present Club Launched

1976-79

Rapid progress through the divisions from Division 5 to Division 1/2
(when Division 1 and 2 merged in ’79). Manager from ’78-’80 was Jimmy Kelly

1982
Progressed from Billy’s Field to McSherry’s (‘79-‘82) to New Pitch in 1982

1985
Senior Championship Finalists. Manager John Keenan.

1986
Senior Championship Semi-Finalists

1987 -1989
Intermediate Football. Training and playing in Buninver in 1989

1989
Intermediate Champions defeating Beragh in 1989 Final. 

1990
Pitch Refurbishment and Clubrooms. Opening ceremony 22nd July 1990 with Peter Quinn GAA Uachtarán Tofá, (GAA President Elect) as guest of honour. Ceremony Footage

1991- 1995
Intermediate Football (Division 2)

1996

Senior Football (Division 1)

1997 – 1999

Intermediate Football with promotion to Senior Football in 1999 as Intermidate League runners-up

1998
Pete O’ Neill won an All Ireland Minor medal

1999
Billy’s field (training pitch) re-development and function room opening

2000
Senior Football (Division 1)

2001 – 2003
Intermediate Football (Division 2)

2001
Pete O’ Neill won an All Ireland U21 medal with Tyrone

2003
Intermediate Champions beating Pomeroy under Manager Roger Keenan. Full Match Video

2004
Promotion to Senior Football (Division 1) following Championship Win

2005 – present
Intermediate Football (Division 2)

2008
Brian Mc Garvey, Diarmaid Mc Nulty, Kevin Mossey and Ruairí Keenan won All Ireland Minor Medals.

2011
Reserves win Tyrone Intermediate League and Championship.

2012
Refurbishment of interior of Clubrooms including new kitchen.

2014
U16s amalgamated with Greencastle on a trial basis and played under the name of Owenkillew. They reached the semi finals of the league & championship in Grade 2. The amalgamation did not continue.

2015
The Youth teams have amalgamated with Glenelly to play under the name of Both Domhnaigh.

2017
Senior footballers claimed Ulster GAA Ulster League Intermediate. Intermediate Championship Semi-Finalists

2018
Intermediate Championship Semi-Finalists