|Colours:||Red and White|
|Grounds:||Tadhg Downey Park, Ballyvoneen, Cloncurry|
|Coordinates:||53°24′28″N 6°47′16″W / 53.407819°N 6.787787°WCoordinates: 53°24′28″N 6°47′16″W / 53.407819°N 6.787787°W|
Cappagh was founded by Paddy Butler and John Murray in the aftermath of the Easter Rising. Their grounds in Ballyvauneen, southwest of Cappagh, were purchased in 1971 and their dressing room complex opened in 1995.
Kerryman Tadhg Downey played at corner forward on the 1939 Kildare championship team. At Downey’s behest, Cappagh adopted the red jerseys of the Dingle club, worn by Kerry in the 1938 All Ireland final. They amalgamated with Kilcock 1938-41 and 1955-62 Jim Daly and Pat Lyons played on the Kildare team in 1950.
Under 15's down to Nursery.
Hurling was introduced at Nursery level in 2010 by current hurling coordinator Tom Murray. They won their first hurling trophy with their u12 div 4 in 2015. On the same day their u12 team in Div 2 narrowly lost to Kilcock in their final. They were also name hurling club of the year by Kildare north Board. This was followed up with the u12 winning div 2 in 2016 and being promoted to div 1 for the following year. In 2016 Cappagh amalagated with Broadford at u14, under the name Northern gaels. They played in Feile and lost to Celbridge in the final and went on to win the shield final in the shield again against Celbridge. The Northeren Gaels followed this up with wining the shield final in the u15 in the autumn 2016.
Founded on October March 5, 1972 by Molly O’Donoghue and Lena Downey winners of 20 titles at under-age level and are the only camogie club to have their own pitch. The original club colours were grey and white, now grey red and white. Cappagh hosted the National League Division 2 final of 1980. In 1978 they became the first club in Kildare to achieve the Kildare Senior Camogie Championship- Kildare Junior Camogie Championship double.
- Intermediate champions 1946.
- Finalists 1944.
- Leinster Leader Cup finalists 1946.
- Junior B champions 1975, 1990.
- Junior finalists 1942.
- Junior B finalists 1978.
- Division 3 champions 1977.
- Junior C champions 1975.
- Junior 7 aside champions 2005
- The Leinster Leader Junior Club Cup 1997, 2006.
- Bord na nÓg Under 13s Div4 League Champions 2009.
- Ladies football Under 13's Div3 Champions 2014.
- Hurling u12 div 4 champions 2015.
- Camogie u21 champions 2015.
- Camogie senior shield champions 2015.
- Hurling u12 div 2 champions 2016.
- Hurling Northern Gaels (Cappagh & Broadford amalgation) u14 shield champions spring 2016.
- Hurling Northeren Gaels u15 shield champions autumn 2016
- Kildare GAA: A Centenary History, by Eoghan Corry, CLG Chill Dara, 1984, ISBN 0-9509370-0-2 hb ISBN 0-9509370-1-0 pb
- Kildare GAA yearbook, 1972, 1974, 1978, 1979, 1980 and 2000- in sequence especially the Millennium yearbook of 2000
- Soaring Sliothars: Centenary of Kildare Camogie 1904-2004 by Joan O'Flynn Kildare County Camogie Board.