Two Mile House GAA

Two Mile House
Teach Dhá Míle
Founded: 1885
County: Kildare
Nickname: 'The House', TMH
Grounds: Harristown Common, Carnalway
Coordinates: 53°09′41″N 6°41′29″W / 53.161311°N 6.69136°W / 53.161311; -6.69136Coordinates: 53°09′41″N 6°41′29″W / 53.161311°N 6.69136°W / 53.161311; -6.69136
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Two Mile House is a Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) club in County Kildare, Ireland. The club grounds are located on The Commons, just off the Dunlavin Road. The parish of Two Mile House is surrounded by the towns of Naas, Newbridge and Kilcullen meaning it occupies a very central location. Two Mile House are the 2014 All Ireland JFC Champions after defeating Fuerty of Roscommon 5-7 to 1-11 on February 9, 2014.


Two Mile House club was founded by Tiarnán O'Brien in 1887 and had 70 members in its first year. RIC records from 1890 show that Two Mile House St Auxilius had 50 members with officers listed as Revd R Byrne, Thomas Nugent and William Dempsey.

Gaelic Football

Other Current players that represented Kildare are as follows; Donal Browne, John Goff, Niall McLoughlin, Nathan Sherry, Chris Julian, Aidan Casey, Ian Caffrey, Robbie Brazil, Matt Stapleton, Glen Burke, Gavin Burke.

Underage development only really began in earnest in the early 1980s thereby making Two Mile House a relatively young club in real terms. From the late 1990s until recently the focus of the club had been exclusively on Gaelic football. Underage Hurling teams are now competing for Two Mile House.

The club senior team is currently playing in the Intermediate Championship and division 2 league football. The club senior team is currently managed by former Dublin player Barney Rock. Nathan Sherry is current captain of the club senior football team. The club's grounds are currently undergoing an exciting new development.New land was acquired off The Commons with several new pitches being added. The grounds,which have been largely completed,should be ready for use nearing the end of 2012 making Two Mile House one of the foremost clubs in the county in terms of facilities and location.Furthermore,work has begun on the redevelopment of the existing dressing rooms and pavilion.


The camogie club competed in the 1950s and 1960s, beating Caragh 5-0 to 4-2 to win the 1967 county championship. The team got to the Leinster in the 1956 inter-provincial final, and also being selected on the Kildare camogie team of the century. Two Mile House camogie club revived briefly in 1991 and enjoyed many years of underage success until the late 1990s.


 Kildare U-14 Feile 2015


  1. "Healy the Two Mile House hero". Irish Examiner. 2 December 2013. Retrieved 2 December 2013.
  2. "All-Ireland glory for five-goal Two Mile House | Daily News | GAA News". 2014-02-09. Retrieved 2014-03-23.



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