Saint Brigid's GAA

St Brigids GAA Club
Cumann Naomh Bríd
Founded: 1932
County: Dublin
Nickname: The Red Dragons
Colours: Red and White
Grounds: Russell Park
Coordinates: 53°22′39.09″N 6°21′04.55″W / 53.3775250°N 6.3512639°W / 53.3775250; -6.3512639Coordinates: 53°22′39.09″N 6°21′04.55″W / 53.3775250°N 6.3512639°W / 53.3775250; -6.3512639
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Leinster
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Saint Brigid's GAA Club (Irish: Cumann Naomh Bríd ) is based in Castleknock, Fingal, Ireland and serves communities in Castleknock, Clonsilla, Blanchardstown and Corduff. Its main grounds are at Russell Park but it also has grounds at Beech Park (Castleknock) and College Fort (Castleknock).

At present the club caters for 70 teams at all age levels from nursery (4-7 year olds) under 8 to Adult in hurling, football, camogie, ladies football, handball and badminton. St Brigid's GAA won the Dublin Senior Football Title and the Leinster Senior Football Title in 2003 for the first time in the club's history. The club won their second Dublin SFC title in 2011, eventually losing the Leinster Final to Garrycastle by a controversial injury time free in Tullamore. Their Senior Hurlers are yet to win the Senior A Hurling title, losing the 2003 final to Craobh Chiaran and losing Semi Finals more recently in 2011 and 2013. They did win the Senior B Title and AHL 2 League title in 2010 and again in 2014. Eoin Kennedy, the Dual All Ireland Handball Senior Singles Champion, is a club member.


In the last year a new grass pitch has been created through the support and funds of its members and supporters.In total there are now four grass pitches and one all weather pitch.There is also a wall ball area which helps people train and practice their skills.


Notable players

Ladies' football

See also

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