At St. Margarets GAA, we are proud of our heritage and look forward to the exciting future of our club.
On this page, you'll find everything you need to know about the history of St. Margaret's GAA.
You can also learn about the club today, our values and our teams.
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St. Margarets GAA club was founded in 1908, and since then, has been an essential part of this North County Dublin village community.
Over the years, St. Margarets has played its part in GAA history at both a club and inter-county level.
In 1983, we decided to relocate our grounds to their current location at Kilreesk and, following a major fundraising and relocation plan, we opened our new grounds in 1985.
Today, our club is thriving! No matter when you visit, you'll find plenty happening - training, matches and club social events among many other things.
Through the dedication of our Development Committee, many fundraising community activities, our weekly lotto, and the generous support of our sponsors, we have achieved our goals of developing the club’s facilities to an excellent standard.
Facilities at St. Margarets GAA Club currently include:
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At St. Margarets GAA, we identify with the values of the Gaelic Athletic Association, promoting fair play, teamwork and, above all, safety throughout all of our teams.
We have adopted the GAA Code of ethics, ensuring our coaches, and anyone who comes into contact with children at the club has been fully Garda vetted.
St. Margarets GAA Club is a friendly, welcoming place for every member, new and old.
St. Margarets GAA Club has 3 adult teams, 4 ladies teams, 5 juvenile teams, a minor boys team and our grasshoppers.