Kilcavan GAA

Cill Chabháin
Founded: 1946
County: Laois
Colours: Maroon and White
Coordinates: 53°11′43.48″N 7°22′07.86″W / 53.1954111°N 7.3688500°W / 53.1954111; -7.3688500Coordinates: 53°11′43.48″N 7°22′07.86″W / 53.1954111°N 7.3688500°W / 53.1954111; -7.3688500
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Kilcavan GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association gaelic football club in County Laois, Ireland.

Founded in 1946, the club colours are maroon and white. The club grounds are situated near the villages of Killeigh and Geashill which are on the other side of the Offaly border.

Derek O'Connell in 1995 became the first and to date only Kilcavan player to play for Laois at senior championship level.

Kilcavan has won four Laois Junior Football Championship titles (1960, 1993, 2004 and 2013) as well as the Laois Junior "B" Football Championship title in 1984. The club also won the Laois All-County Football League Division 3 title in 2003 and 2016.

Underage players of the club play their football with the Mountmellick club, although a vibrant youth section has been added to the club in recent years with teams being fielded at U-8, U-10 U-12,U-14 level.

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