Kilmurry Ibrickane GAA

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Kilmurry Ibrickane GAA
Cill Mhuire Uí Bhreacáin
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Founded: 1914
County: Clare
Colours: Green with Red stripe
Grounds: Pairc Naomh Mhuire
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
Football: 0 2 14
Presentation of the Jack Daly Trophy to Kilmurry Ibrickane GAA (KIB) captain Martin McMahon. KIB won the Clare Senior Football Championship by winning from St Josephs Doora-Barefield GAA with a scoreline of 0 - 10 to 0 - 4 on 21 October 2012.

Kilmurry Ibrickane GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club in County Clare, Ireland.

The club only plays gaelic football, and are the 2016 Clare Senior Football Champions, and won the Munster Senior Club Football Championship in 2009.


The parish of Kilmurry Ibrickane is situated roughly mid-way in the west coast of Clare. It has a population of approximately 4800 and three villages Quilty, Mullagh and Coore. A club bearing the parish name did not come into existence until 1914.

In the 1970s the club amalgamated with Quilty GAA. The club kept the name Kilmurry Ibrickane GAA but started playing on the grounds of Quilty GAA.

In 2004 the club won its first Munster Senior Club Championship when they defeated the Waterford champions Stradbally in a replay on a scoreline of 0–9 to 0–8. In December 2009 a second Munster club title was won when Kerry champions Kerins O'Rahillys were defeated on a score line of 7 points to 6.[1] In February 2010, the club reached the 2010 All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship final with a 1–14 to 0–8 victory against Portlaise.[2] In the final on 17 March 2010, Kilmurry lost to St Gall's of Antrim by 1–05 to 0–13 before 34,357 in Croke Park.[3][4]


Squad 2012[edit]

Number Player
1 Peter O'Dwyer
2 Martin McMahon (captain)
3 Darren Hickey
4 Shane Hickey
5 Thomas O'Connor
6 Paul O'Connor
7 Declan Callinan
8 Peter O'Dwyer
9 Ian McInerney
10 Seamus Murrihy
11 Michael O'Dwyer
12 Niall Hickey
13 Enda Coughlan
14 Noel Downes
15 Johnny Daly
16 Dermot O'Brien
17 Evan Talty
18 Thomas Lernihan
19 Mark McCarthy
20 Odhran O'Dwyer
21 Seamus Lynch
22 Ciaran Morrissey
23 Darragh Pender
24 John Sexton
25 Eamonn Dunne
26 Gary Sexton
27 Colm Donnellan
28 Pat Sexton
29 Keith King
30 Aaron Murrihy

Notable people involved[edit]


  1. ^ "Dramatic Kilmurry-Ibrickane win". Irish Examiner. 2009-12-07. Retrieved 2010-02-22. 
  2. ^ "Portlaoise 0–8 Kilmurry-Ibrickane 1–14". RTÉ Sport. 2010-02-21. Retrieved 2010-02-22. 
  3. ^ "Niblock pulls strings as Gall's canter to glory". Irish Independent. 2010-03-18. Retrieved 2010-03-19. 
  4. ^ "St Galls win club football title". RTÉ Sport. 2010-03-17. Retrieved 2010-03-19. 
  5. ^ Clare FM
  6. ^ "Kilmurry Ibrickane win 11th Clare title". Irish Examiner. 24 October 2016. Retrieved 24 October 2016. 
  7. ^ Anne, Jones. Salty faces & Ferocious Appetites; A Tapestry of Stories from a Seaside School. Spaninsh Point, County Clare: St, Joseph's Secondary School. pp. 157–161. ISBN 978-0-9564548-2-9. 

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