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St Brigid's GAA (Dublin)

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St Brigid's GAA Club
Cumann Naomh Bríd
St brigidslogojpg.jpg
Nickname:The Redmen
Colours:Red and white
Grounds:Russell Park
Coordinates:53°22′39.09″N 6°21′04.55″W / 53.3775250°N 6.3512639°W / 53.3775250; -6.3512639
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Leinster
Football: 0 1 2

St Brigid's GAA Club (Irish: Cumann Naomh Bríd) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Castleknock, Fingal, Ireland which serves Castleknock, Clonsilla, Blanchardstown and Corduff. Its main grounds are at Russell Park, and it also has grounds in Castleknock at Beech Park and College Fort. The club supports 70 teams, from nursery level (four- to seven-year-olds) to adults, in hurling, football, camogie, women's football, handball and badminton.

In 2003, St Brigid's GAA won their first Dublin Senior Football Championship and Leinster Senior Club Football Championship. The club won their second Dublin Senior Football Championship in 2011, but lost the year's Leinster Final to Garrycastle in an injury-time free goal.

St Brigid's senior hurlers lost the 2003 Senior A Hurling final to Craobh Chiarán and the 2019 final to Cuala. The team lost in the semi-finals in 2011 and 2013. St Brigid's senior hurlers won the Senior B and AHL 2 League titles in 2010 and 2014. The club has rivalries with the Castleknock GAA and Oliver Plunketts/Eoghan Ruadh GAA clubs.[1] Dual All Ireland Handball Senior Singles champion Eoin Kennedy is a club member.[2]

Jack Chambers, who served as Minister for Sport from 2020, is a member of the club.[3]


Notable players

Senior inter-county men's footballers

Senior inter-county hurlers

Handball players

Dublin: Eoin Kennedy

Senior inter-county ladies' footballers

Dublin: Noëlle Healy


Sarah Hawkshaw: Ireland women's national field hockey team


  1. ^ Meagher, John (31 August 2019). "Lattes and lineballs: How the GAA conquered the Dublin suburbs". Irish Independent. Independent News & Media. Retrieved 31 August 2019.
  2. ^ Fitzpatrick, Paul (7 September 2019). "A final serve for an iconic venue in Irish handball". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 9 March 2021.
  3. ^ "Maria Kinsella hails 'a landmark day across women's sport'". RTÉ. 10 May 2021.
  4. ^ "Mulligan transfers to Sligo club". Irish Independent. 21 January 2021.

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