Coolmeen GAA

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Coolmeen GAA
Cúl Mín CLG
Coolmeen GAA Crest.jpg
Founded: 1887
County: Clare
Nickname: the black and amber
Colours:          
Grounds: Coolmeen GAA Grounds,
Clondrina cranny , Coolmeen
Coordinates: 52°40′0.5″N 9°13′19.5″W / 52.666806°N 9.222083°W / 52.666806; -9.222083Coordinates: 52°40′0.5″N 9°13′19.5″W / 52.666806°N 9.222083°W / 52.666806; -9.222083
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
champions
Clare
champions
Football: - - 2

Coolmeen GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Coolmeen, County Clare, Ireland. It takes part in competitions organized by the Clare GAA county board. It fields teams in Gaelic football.

History[edit]

Coolmeen GAA club has been around since 1887. Since then the club has won numerous Gaelic Football championship titles at adult and underage level. Throughout the last century Coolmeen has won two senior football championships, as well as having success at intermediate and junior levels. The club's adult football team are currently at intermediate status. The last Junior 'A' championship came to Coolmeen in 1999 with a one-point victory over Clondegad in the final. The most recent success came to the club in 2010 when the U21s beat O'Currys/Naoimh Eoin to win their second Under-21 "C" championship in a row. In 2015 the club won the county junior championship after 16 years and then went on to contest the Munster junior football championship final where they lost to Templenoe of Kerry .

Honours[edit]

Senior[edit]

Intermediate[edit]

  • Clare Intermediate Football Championship (3): 1959, 1966, 1967

Junior[edit]

Under-21[edit]

Clare Under-21 "C" Football Champions (4): 2009, 2010, 2015, 2016.

Notable players[edit]

Cathal O'Connor and Noel Meaney have represented the county at senior level in the last ten years. Stevie Murphy also with a record breaking 4 u21 c county championship medals.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Temple of doom for Coolmeen as Templenoe inflict hammering". Irish Examiner. 7 December 2015. Retrieved 7 December 2015.