Stradbally GAA (County Laois)

Stradbally GAA
Sráid Bhaile
Founded: 1889
County: Laois
Nickname: Strad, The Little Town
Colours: Green and White
Grounds: Bill Delaney Park
Coordinates: 53°00′31.71″N 7°08′44.15″W / 53.0088083°N 7.1455972°W / 53.0088083; -7.1455972Coordinates: 53°00′31.71″N 7°08′44.15″W / 53.0088083°N 7.1455972°W / 53.0088083; -7.1455972
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Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Leinster
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Stradbally GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association gaelic football club in Stradbally, County Laois, Ireland.

The club was founded in 1889 and its colours are green and white. The club grounds are called Bill Delaney Park after one of the club's most famous sons.

Stradbally GAA Club has won numerous Laois Senior Football Championship titles and numerous other titles at junior, intermediate and underage grades.

After 18 years in existence the championship of 1905 was won when the team defeated Raheenabrogue by 1-4 to 0-3 at Portlaoise on 21 January 1906.

Sean Delaney, Karl Lenihan, Tony Maher, Colm Kelly, Damien Delaney, Colm Begley, Paul Begley and Gary Kavanagh are among Stradbally's most famous players in recent times.


Notable players


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