Conahy Shamrocks GAA

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Conahy Shamrocks
Conacaidh Na Seamróga
Founded: 1886
County: Kilkenny
Nickname: Shamrocks
Club colours: black and yellow
Grounds: Polo Grounds, Jenkinstown
Coordinates: 52°44′40.82″N 7°17′42.39″W / 52.7446722°N 7.2951083°W / 52.7446722; -7.2951083Coordinates: 52°44′40.82″N 7°17′42.39″W / 52.7446722°N 7.2951083°W / 52.7446722; -7.2951083
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Conahy Shamrocks is an Irish Gaelic Athletic Association club situated in the small parish of Conahy, in County Kilkenny, Ireland. The club was founded in 1886,[1] and is therefore one of the oldest in the county. Conahy won the 2008 Junior club All-Ireland in Croke Park defeating Moyle Rovers of Tipperary, Conahy Club member and President of the GAA Nickey Brennan presented the cup to his home club.

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