Club Logo

Our club logo, created in 2008 shows two major landmarks in our area.

The Galley head lighthouse in the top left and Castlefreke castle in the top right of the logo.

The Ardfield peninsula is depicted in the foreground of the crest showing the catchment area of St.James' GAA with part of the old club logo embedded, the 3 sheaves of corn representing the agricultural community of Ardfield and Rathbarry and the O'Fehily Family Coat of arms of which Ardfield gets it's name.

Also the football, hurleys and sliotar symbolise the games played in the club with 1892 being the year St. James' GAA was founded.

Through this emblem, the club represents the parish as a whole,

From Dunmore to Ardfield, to Rathbarry and to the parish boundary at Owenahincha and Lisavaird.