Lamh Dhearg GFC
Gaelic Athletic Association club based on the Upper Springfield Road in west Belfast, County Antrim. It was established in 1903 and plays Gaelic football, Ladies' Gaelic football, Handball and Hurling.
The club's name, Lamh Dhearg, is the Irish for Red Hand, referring to the traditional symbol of Ulster. The club's motto amongst its supporters is Lamh Dhearg Abu, an old war cry meaning 'Red Hand to Victory'.
The club has won the Antrim senior football championship on four occasions - 1929, 1971, 1992 and 2017
Senior County Titles (4)
1929, 1971, 1992, 2017