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    Stratford Grangecon Gaa

    Stratford Grangecon Gaa club is located in an idyllic part of the Garden of Ireland with beautiful views of Leinsters highest mountain Lugnaquilla and the surrounding rolling green hills. A warm friendly community welcome awaits everyone who would like to join us or visit our club facilities. For more information about us please visit our […]


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    St Finians Swords

    St Finians Swords GAA Club, River Valley, Swords was founded in 1983 and has grown to be an important part of the parish community in the intervening years. The club is siutated in the the heart of the Parish of St. Finian’s in Rivervalley. The St Finians Swords GAA Club are always looking for new […]


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    St. Vincents GAA Club

    St. Vincents GAA are based in Marino on the Northside of Dublin. We field over 40 teams in every code of Gaelic Games including Hurling, Football Camogie and Ladies Football at both Adult and Juvenile levels. We have a hugely popular Mini Leagues Section where Boys and Girls from age 5 years old are taught […]


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    Navan O'Mahonys

    Navan O’Mahonys is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the town of Navan in County Meath, Ireland. The club competes in Meath competitions. With 18 Senior Football wins they are the most successful football club in Meath. 18 Senior Football Championship Titles 2 Senior Hurling Championship Titles 15 Intermediate Football Championship Titles 14 Junior […]

    Brews Hill, Navan, Co. Meath

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    Kilcock GAA

    Kilcock GAA is one of the first clubs to affiliate under GAA rules in Kildare were the existing athletic clubs at Monasterevin, Clane, Carbury and Kilcock. The Kilcock records date back to 1st May 1887 just 2½ years after the association was founded in Thurles. In 2012, the Kilcock GAA club celebrated an incredible 125th […]

    Branganstown, Kilcock, Co. Kildare
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    Finuge Gaa Club

    The Finuge Gaa Club was founded in 1888 and is part of the Kerry GAA association. At present they take part in the Kerry Intermediate Football Championship. The Finuge Gaa Club have a strong history of development of young players. Their junior team won the Kerry Junior Football Championship in 2002 and 2004. For more […]

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    Stradbally GAA

    Stradbally GAA has seeb huge successes with both hurling, football and ladies football teams. The club has seen a new generation of players and members involved within their Stradbally GAA club structure . A new vigour and enthusiasm is running through the club. New ideas are coming forward and new people are getting involved. We […]

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    Trim GAA

    The Trim GAA club is one of the most active GAA groups in Co.Meath. They have a strong tradition of youth development with boys and girls teams from Under 10 in Football, Hurling and Camogie. The clubs senior football teams, junior A, junior B in all GAA sports are highly competitive. Not only in Football […]

    Newhaggard Road, Trim, Co. Meath
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    Austin Stacks GAA

    Austin Stacks GAA is the most successful Gaelic football club in Ireland. Based in Tralee in County Kerry they have the record as the most Senior Football Championship medals. They have a strong tradition of youth development with a large section of juvenile teams from under 6 to under 16. This have lead to huge […]

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