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Kilbride GFC

Kilbride GFC was founded in 1927 by a group of men after an evenings kick about in Malone's field in Knockdoorish in Kilbride. Tom Malone was the clubs first chairman and Bob Curry acted as Secretary/Treasurer. The first game played was against Coolnashnachta in Myshall and the team wore their shirts as jerseys. The following season saw the club affiliate in their new colours, yellow and green and defeated the Blues at Killerig Cross by 1 point. In 1930 the club changed colours to what they still are today, red and green and won the Carlow championship, defeating Kildavin in the final in Borris by 4-2 to 1-1. The club has gone from strength to strength throughout the years winning many league and championship titles along the way. Today it is one of the smallest club's in the county but it's first team is still going strong in the Senior championship.

Tom Donohoe
Vice Chairman: Liam Foley
Secretary: PJ Reamsbottom
Treasurer: Seamus Browne
PRO: Colin O’Toole

Liam Foley 0860848162