During 2001 further development work take place
on the Ballindarragh pitch when it was drained and shored, with the
major part of the cost being borne by a local dedicated supporter of
Mullabrack. Lighting was erected for training purposes by a number
of the players, Stephen and Phelim Sands, James Lavery and Martin
McCooey. 2003 marked the 100th anniversary of the clubs
involvement with Gaelic football and saw the return of the club to
the original colours of black and white.
Although Mullabrack are celebrating 100 years
in Gaelic football, the road along has not been easy at times. On
behalf of the people of the parish of Mullabrack we would like to
thank every player, committee member, supporter and anyone else who
has contributed to the running and keeping alive of the football
club in this area over the course of the last century. May we hope
and pray that the great tradition of Gaelic football in this area
will still be alive after the next 100 years.