In 1964 the club reformed under the Chairmanship of Marie O'Neill with the Kickhams GAC providing the sticks and the players themselves the uniforms Creggan took once more to the Camogie pitch.
Senior success was to elude Creggan at first but 1966 brought Antrim Junior and Minor Championship wins and in 1970 the O'Duffy Cup was regained, and with the minors also taking their championship the future seemed in good hands.
1971 brought another Junior and Minor title and 1973 was to prove the most successful in the club's history.
The Antrim Senior Championship safely secured Creggan then romped through the Ulster Club Championship campaign beating Eglish in the final to secure a first ever provincial crown. Unfortunately the All-Ireland semi-final against Oranmore in Galway proved a bridge too far for the team.
In 1976 the club won Antrim and Ulster Championships and were All- Ireland semi-finalists.
In 1980 the club won the Antrim Senior Championship and eased into the All-Ireland final. Unfortunately the fact that Creggan's semi-final and the final itself were played on consecutive days combine with awesome finishing of Kilkeel's Bonnie McGreevy was enough to deny a 3 rd Ulster title to the club.
The break up of that great team and a regrading to Junior status removed Creggans name from the Senior Championship Roll of Honour after 1980. The 90's seen resurgence to some degree with the 1995 North Antrim Championship the first silverware secured in 15 years.
In 1996 the club won the Feile and went to represent Antrim in Waterford. The U-14 League and Junior North Antrim League titles were won. 1997 won a Feile blitz, a second Junior Feis Cup and the Junior Championship.
With the club developing continuously there was a growing need to facilitate a vast number of girls involved in the club. A second team was formed which won promotion to Division 3 in 1998. As the club kept on progressing the success kept coming.
In 2000 Creggan beat Ahoghill in the Intermediate Championship final, played on a Wednesday evening in Cargin. The club went on to win Division 2 and Division 3 Leagues in 2001 which left the Creggan girls back as a Senior club once again. Playing in Division 1 and Division 2 the Creggan Club has continued to support and develop the younger players coming through to Senior level.
Creggan had a very successful year in 2006 in which Sinead Laverty won Antrim's Young Player of the Year, Gemma McCann was nominated for Antrim Club Person of the Year and the club was nominated for Antrim's Club of the Year Award. The U18 team got to the Antrim Championship Final but were defeated. The Junior team won the Junior Championship by beating Portglenone in a very exciting and hard fought final. Creggan went on to represent Antrim in the new Ulster Junior Club Championship. The club went on to beat Lavey Juniors in the final and become the first club to win the competition on a score line of 4-13 to 2-0.
The U-16's also were successful in 2007 as they were the first club to win the Joanne Mc Conville Championship Sheild by beating Bridini Oga in Ahoghill. The U14 team won their section in the Feile Blitz in Dunloy.
In the past few years Creggan have had representatives on the various underage county teams. Most recently there were 6 players from the Creggan club on the U-18 County panel who have challenged for the All-Ireland Minor B Title and now have All-Ireland medals in 2007 - Cathy Carey, Shannon Graham, Clare Laverty, Sinead Lavery, Eleanor Mallon and Roisin O'Boyle.
There also has been further success this year as 5 Creggan girls were part of the St. Mary's Grammar School in Magherafelt panel who won the All-Ireland Final - Cathy Carey, Clare Laverty, Eimear Laverty, Eleanor Mallon and Roisin O'Boyle.
Also in 2007 in an individual and fantastic achievement Shannon Graham was awarded a Colleges All-Star for her exceptional skills and ability. In 2008 Shannon received another Colleges All Star along with Clare Laverty & Cathy Carey.
With all the success the club has had to date the future looks very promising for the Creggan club. With a return to Senior status continued determination and a mix of youth and experience will ensure the Creggan club are heading for even further glory.