Harps GAA

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Harps GAA
Na Cláirsigh
Founded: 1984
County: Laois
Club colours: Red and Yellow
Grounds: Durrow and Cullohill
Coordinates: 52°51′01.41″N 7°23′42.60″W / 52.8503917°N 7.3951667°W / 52.8503917; -7.3951667Coordinates: 52°51′01.41″N 7°23′42.60″W / 52.8503917°N 7.3951667°W / 52.8503917; -7.3951667
Playing kits
Standard colours

The Harps GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association hurling, gaelic football and camogie club in County Laois, Ireland. It is a combination of players from the villages of Cullohill and Durrow.

Details[edit]

Hurling and Camogie are the dominant sports in the club but a lot of success has come the way of the club in football too. The club colours are yellow with red trim. The club's grounds are in Durrow.

History[edit]

The club was formed in 1984 as an amalgamation of the old clubs of Durrow and Cullohill.

In their very first year the club reached the Laois Senior Hurling Championship Final but lost to Portlaoise in a replay. They returned to the final in 1997 and 1998 but lost both to Castletown and Portlaoise respectively.

Recent history[edit]

Club Role of Honour - Hurling Championship

  • Senior A - None
  • Senior B - 1996, 2001
  • Intermediate - None
  • Junior A - 1984, 1991, 1995, 2005
  • Junior B - 1992, 2008, 2014
  • Junior C - 2005, 2011
  • u21 A - 1990, 2006
  • u21 B - 1998, 2003
  • Minor A - 1986, 1987, 1992, 2004, 2007, 2013
  • Minor B - 2001
  • Palmer Cup - 2011


  • Hurling League
  • Div 1 - 1985, 1991, 1997, 2011
  • Div 1A - 2014
  • Div 2 - None
  • Div 3 - 1991, 2010
  • Div 4 - 1997
  • Div 5 - 2003, 2008, 2014
  • Minor A - 1986, 1987


  • Football Championship
  • Senior - None
  • Intermediate - 1994
  • Junior A - 1989,2000
  • Junior B - 2012
  • Junior C - 2001
  • u21 A - None
  • u21 B - 1999, 2000
  • Minor A - None
  • Minor B - 1995, 1996, 2005


  • Football League
  • Div 1 - None
  • Div 2 - None
  • Div 3 - None
  • Div 4 - 1989
  • Div 5 - 2004

Notable players[edit]

Well known players who have represented the county (or province)

  • Mick Bolger
  • Martin Brophy
  • Ger Brophy
  • Tony Dunne
  • Noel Delaney
  • Martin Fitzpatrick
  • Louise Mahoney
  • Fr. Moran R.I.P.
  • Emmet Fitzpatrick

Recent Success[edit]

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