Arles/Kilcruise GAA

Ard Lios/Cill Chrúis
Founded: October 1960
County: Laois
Colours: Maroon and White
Coordinates: 52°53′42.09″N 7°01′32.31″W / 52.8950250°N 7.0256417°W / 52.8950250; -7.0256417Coordinates: 52°53′42.09″N 7°01′32.31″W / 52.8950250°N 7.0256417°W / 52.8950250; -7.0256417
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Leinster
Football: - - 1

Arles/Kilcruise Gaelic Athletic Association Club is a gaelic football club in County Laois, Republic of Ireland.

Founded in October 1960, the club colours are maroon and white.

The club won its only Laois Senior Football Championship title to date in 2003 under the captaincy of Paudge Conway.

Arles won the Laois Junior Football Championship in 1965 and followed up with the intermediate title two years later.

From Under 12 to Under 21 the club's players play with the parish team Ballylinan/Glenmore.

Notable Players

Current Laois senior players Ross Munnelly and Kevin Meaney play their club football with Arles/Kilcruise.

External links

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