Cavan C.Y.M.S. - Serving the Community since 1886.

Initially formed in 1886 as the Catholic Club, and affiliated with National Council of the Catholic Young Men’s Society (C.Y.M.S.) of Ireland since 1936, the C.Y.M.S. Saint Felim's Branch, also known as Cavan C.Y.M.S., has a long history of proudly serving the community, through the provision of services, fundraising, and other initiatives.

Among Women: Sean McKienan (Cavan County Council), Father Paul Casey, Brigid Duffy, Phyllis Finlay, Liz Hayden, Maureen Sheridan, and Madeline Argue (Cavan County Council) at the launch of the CYMS Website, on the 16th of February, 2006.


Branch news, including upcoming events, match results, meeting agenda and notices, and recent member bereavements.

1969 Outing


The Branch has a large selection of media, spanning from the 1890s to the present, of our members and events.

Lads standing around PC


For inquiries regarding the Branch, please contact the Branch Officers. Full contact details can be found by clicking below.

Image of current C.Y.M.S. building

Opening Times

The Club is currently open from the 1st of September until the 31st of May, from 6.00pm until 10.30pm.

The Club is closed during the months of June, July, and August.

Image of snooker facilities


Membership of the Club currently costs 5 euro per year for a Junior member (ages 8 to 17 years old), 20 euro per year for a Senior member (aged 18 years old onwards), and 135 euro for a Life Membership.

Please contact Enda Corr (Chairman) or Paddy O'Reilly (Treasurer) to join, or drop into the Club during opening hours.

C.Y.M.S. Golden Jubilee, 1986


Over the last couple of decades, the Branch has produced a number of publications on its history, while a number of members of the Branch have produced publications on a wide variety of topics related to the town and county. Electronic versions of some of these publications can be found by clicking below.