Gneeveguilla GAA

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Gneeveguilla
Founded: 1960
County: Kerry
Club colours: Yellow & Green
Grounds: Gneeveguilla
Coordinates: 52°07′10.11″N 9°16′15.00″W / 52.1194750°N 9.2708333°W / 52.1194750; -9.2708333Coordinates: 52°07′10.11″N 9°16′15.00″W / 52.1194750°N 9.2708333°W / 52.1194750; -9.2708333
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Gneeveguilla are a Gaelic football team from east County Kerry, Ireland. They play in the Kerry Senior Football Championship, Kerry County Football League - Division 1, East Kerry Senior Football Championship. Ambrose O'Donovan was captain of the Kerry team which won the 1984 Philip Cremin was also a member of this victorious panel. Centenary All-Ireland.

This great club[peacock term] has come along way since its foundation in 1960. Its facilities are superb.[peacock term] A bar, meeting rooms, office, kitchen, gym and superb dressing rooms. Their hall was recently extended and one thing that comes shining through is the tremendous pride which exists,[peacock term] it's the quintessential GAA story "all for the pride of then parish". Legends of the game: Philp Cremin Ambrose, Donal Murphy and Sean "Burger" O Connor

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