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Fingallians GAA

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Fingallians
Fine Ghallainn
Fingallians.jpg
Founded:1884
County:Dublin
Nickname:Fins
Colours:Red and White
Grounds:Lawless Memorial Park
Coordinates:53°27′58.33″N 6°12′47.13″W / 53.4662028°N 6.2130917°W / 53.4662028; -6.2130917
Playing kits
Standard colours

Fingallians is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in Swords, County Dublin, Ireland. Founded in 1884, Fingallians are one of the oldest clubs in Dublin and they are based at Lawless Memorial Park.

History

The club caters for Gaelic football, hurling, Ladies football and camogie, at all age groups. They currently play football in the Dublin Intermediate Football Championship, having been relegated from the senior grade in 2011. They have never won the Dublin Senior Football Championship but won the Intermediate Championship in 1957.

Fingallians have reached the Dublin Intermediate Football Championship final in the three seasons they have played at the grade since being relegated. They lost finals by four points to Cuala in 2012 and to Naomh Ólaf in 2013 and by three points to Castleknock in 2014.

Famous Fingallians players of the past include Harry Keegan (Roscommon) and Kieran Duff. Keegan won three All Stars with Roscommon in the 1970s and 1980s, while Duff played at right-half-forward in the Dublin team that won the All-Ireland in 1983.

Achievements

Notable players

Ladies Footballers

  • Emer Ni Eafa
  • Fiona Hudson
  • Sinead Finnegan
  • Muireann Ni Scanaill
  • Niamh Cunningham
  • Denise McKenna

References

  1. ^ "Flynn helps Fingallians to Dublin IFC glory". Hogan Stand. 31 October 2016. Retrieved 1 November 2016.

External links

This page was last edited on 17 December 2020, at 17:37
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