Good Counsel GAA

Good Counsel
Muire na Dea-Chomhairle
Founded: 1954
County: Dublin
Colours: Black & White
Grounds: Drimnagh
Coordinates: 53°20′07.83″N 6°18′25.32″W / 53.3355083°N 6.3070333°W / 53.3355083; -6.3070333Coordinates: 53°20′07.83″N 6°18′25.32″W / 53.3355083°N 6.3070333°W / 53.3355083; -6.3070333
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Good Counsel GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in County Dublin, Ireland. The club is based in Drimnagh in the south of Dublin.


The club was formed in 1954.[1] The clubs most famous player was Kevin Moran. The 'Counsel', a thriving Gaelic Football, Hurling and Camogie club has served the South Dublin parish of Drimnagh and beyond for the past 50 years.

Boasting a sizeable adult and juvenile membership, it can justifiably say that it is the biggest sporting club in the area, with approx. 800 members. There are boys and girls playing hurling, football and camogie from nursery up to minor level. The club is represented at intermediate hurling, senior camogie and at intermediate football level with junior teams in football, and camogie. It also has an ongoing commitment to a comprehensive coaching programme with the focus firmly fixed on the future.



  1. Good Counsel history

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