Kilrossanty GAA

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Cill Rosanta
Kilrossanty Crest.JPG
Founded: 1885
County: Waterford
Nickname: The Rossies
Colours: Green And Gold
Grounds: Pairc Naomh Brid, Leamybrien
Coordinates: 52°09′58.22″N 7°31′03.87″W / 52.1661722°N 7.5177417°W / 52.1661722; -7.5177417Coordinates: 52°09′58.22″N 7°31′03.87″W / 52.1661722°N 7.5177417°W / 52.1661722; -7.5177417
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Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
Football: - - 15

Kilrossanty GAA Club is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in Lemybrien, County Waterford, Ireland. Kilrossanty is one of the oldest GAA clubs in Waterford. It was founded in 1885, and took part in the first Waterford senior football championship in 1885. Kilrossanty reached its first final in 1886 and the finals again the following year, before winning its first title in 1888 without a single score being recorded against them. Kilrossanty have won fifteen Waterford senior football titles and they also hold the distinction of being the longest club in Waterford to hold on to their senior status without ever being relegated to intermediate ranks. On winning the junior title in 1937, Kilrossanty were promoted to the senior grade and have remained there since.

Though Kilrossanty is more noted for being one of the big footballing clubs in Waterford, they also play underage hurling and have fielded a number of adult hurling teams on a number of occasions. They won a junior B hurling title in 1990.


  • Waterford Junior Football Championships: 6
    • 1918, 1926, 1937, 1998, 2010, 2013
  • Waterford Under-21 Football Championships: 4
    • 1983, 1992, 1993, 2011
  • Waterford Junior B Hurling Championships: 1
    • 1990

Famous players[edit]

  • Declan Troy
  • Tom Riordan
  • Jimineen Power
  • Jim Maher
  • Noel Walsh
  • Sean Ormonde
  • Dick Maguire
  • Mick Prendergast
  • John Lonergan
  • Mick Veale
  • Monnie Maguire
  • Pa Walsh
  • Tom Walsh
  • Jimmy Maher
  • Tom Flynn
  • Pasty Wall
  • Paddy McGrath
  • Pate Veale

See also[edit]

  • Kilrossanty - the nearby village which gives the club its name
  • Lemybrien - the village in which the club is located


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