Kilbrin GAA

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Cill Broin
Founded: 1953
County: Cork
Colours: Blue and White
Grounds: Fr.Kelleher Park
Coordinates: 52°12′N 8°50′W / 52.200°N 8.833°W / 52.200; -8.833
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Kilbrin GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the village of Kilbrin in the North West of County Cork, Ireland which forms part of the parish of Ballyclough and Kilbrin.[1] The club plays in the Duhallow division in both Gaelic Football and Hurling competitions. At under age level an amalgamation of Kilbrin and Castlemagner as Croke Rovers has been a great success, as either club on their own would not have been able to field an underage team. Kilbrin won the 2009 Duhallow Junior B Football Championship [2] During September 2014, Kilbrin won they're fourth Duhallow Junior hurling championship title in a row.


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