Dromid Pearses GAA

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Dromid Pearses
Piarsaigh na Dromoda
Founded: 1946
County: Kerry
Colours: Maroon and White
Grounds: Pairc an Phiarsaigh
Coordinates: 51°53′39.57″N 10°05′16.45″W / 51.8943250°N 10.0879028°W / 51.8943250; -10.0879028Coordinates: 51°53′39.57″N 10°05′16.45″W / 51.8943250°N 10.0879028°W / 51.8943250; -10.0879028
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Dromid Pearses is a Gaelic Athletic Association club from Dromid Parish, South Kerry in County Kerry, Ireland.

History[edit]

Dromid Pearses was founded in 1946 by Sean Hard Curran. They have a football field at Inchanatina, Mastergeehy with dressing rooms that was officially opened on October 20, 1991.

The club have built a stand which holds 300 people, two new dug outs, floodlights, new goalposts and new netting and a new scoreboard. Construction has started on a new building which will consist of new dressing rooms.

Achievements[edit]

  • Munster Junior Club Football Championship Winners 2012
  • Kerry Junior Football Championship Winners 2011 Runners-Up 2001, 2010, 2014
  • Kerry Novice Football Championship Winners 1999 Runner-Up 1998
  • South Kerry Senior Football Championship Winners 2004 Runners-Up 2005, 2011, 2013

Women's team[edit]

In 2009, Dromid Pearses formed a women's team. They are successful and competitive.

Famous players[edit]

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