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Wicklow county hurling team

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The Wicklow county hurling team represents Wicklow in hurling and is governed by Wicklow GAA, the county board of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The team competes in the Christy Ring Cup and the National Hurling League.

Wicklow's home ground is Pearse Park, Arklow. The team's manager is Éamonn Scallan.

The team has never won the Leinster Senior Championship, the All-Ireland Senior Championship or the National League.

Crest and colours

Wicklow's traditional team colours are royal blue and gold. The kits are usually blue shirts, white shorts and blue socks with a gold trim. Wicklow's alternative jersey is white with blue shorts and blue socks.

The Wicklow crest features the roundtower of Glendalough in the foreground surrounded by a large 'W' standing for the name of the county. In the background of the crest is a green mountain, representing the Wicklow Mountains and below is a hand holding a Gaelic football and a hurley and sliotar.

Kit evolution

Original kit[needs update]
c. 2014?

Team sponsorship

Joule became Wicklow's shirt sponsor ahead of the 2017 season.[2]

Manufacturer Shirt sponsor
Years Sponsor
1999–2003 Wicklow GoI
2004–2005 White Young Green
2006–2009 Ballymore Group
2010–2013 Brennan Hotels
2014–2016 Arklow Bay Hotel
2017– Joule


Wicklow won the All-Ireland Junior Hurling Championship in 1967 and 1971.

Wicklow won the Kehoe Cup on seven occasions: in 1989, 1991, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003.

Former Wexford hurler Séamus Murphy resigned as Wicklow manager in September 2018 due to ill health.[3]

In November 2018, former Wexford hurler Éamonn Scallan was appointed manager.[4]

Current squad


No. Player Position Club
1 Ted Kennedy Goalkeeper Carnew
2 Geoffrey Bermingham Right Corner Back Kiltegan
3 Stephen Kelly Full Back Eire Og
4 Martin O'Brien Left Corner Back Annacurra
5 Gary Byrne Left Half Forward Glenealy
6 John Henderson Centre Back Bray Emmets
7 Shane Byrne Left Half Back Avondale
8 Eamonn Kearns Midfield Avondale
9 Ronan Keddy Midfield Kilcoole
10 Christy Moorehouse Right Half Forward Bray Emmets
11 Mikey Lee Centre Forward Bray Emmets
12 Jonathan O'Neill Left Half Forward Glenealy
13 Andy O'Brien Right Corner Forward St Patricks
14 Wayne O'Gorman Full Forward Glenealy
15 Danny Staunton Left Corner Forward Glenealy

RET Player has since retired from the county team.
INJ Player has had an injury which has affected recent involvement with the county team.
WD Player has since withdrawn from the county team due to a non-injury issue.

Current management team

Managerial history

Séamus Murphy: Until 2018

Éamonn Scallan: 2018–


All-Irelands (4)

Provincials (13)

Leagues (4)


  1. ^ "Wicklow unveil new jersey for 2021 season". Hogan Stand. 30 April 2021.
  2. ^ "Pics: London And Wicklow Launch Slick New GAA Jerseys". Pundit Arena. 1 February 2017. Similar to London, the new Wicklow GAA jersey with new sponsor Joule generated a positive reaction after its official launch in the Powerscourt Hotel on Tuesday evening.
  3. ^ "Committee appointed to replace Murphy as hurling boss". Bray People. 15 September 2018.
  4. ^ "Ex-Wexford star Eamonn Scallan appointed as Wicklow hurling manager". Sky Sports. 14 November 2018.
  5. ^ "Larkin takes on Wicklow role". Hogan Stand. 9 April 2021.
  6. ^ "Hurling League: Wicklow edge Down in 2B final". BBC Sport. 5 April 2014.
  7. ^ "Celebrating the 2019 league champions!". Bray People. 15 February 2020.
  8. ^ "O'Neill finds his range as Wicklow dig deep to deny Derry". Irish Independent. 18 April 2011.
  9. ^ "NHL 3B final: O'Neill-inspired Wicklow power to title". Hogan Stand. 1 May 2010.
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