Lixnaw GAA

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Lixnaw G.A.A.
C.L.G. Leac Snámha
County: Kerry
Colours: Green and Gold
Grounds: Hermitage Park
Coordinates: 52°24′11.55″N 9°38′07.05″W / 52.4032083°N 9.6352917°W / 52.4032083; -9.6352917Coordinates: 52°24′11.55″N 9°38′07.05″W / 52.4032083°N 9.6352917°W / 52.4032083; -9.6352917
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
Hurling: - - 9

Lixnaw are a Gaelic Athletic Association hurling club in north County Kerry, Ireland. They play in the Kerry Senior Hurling Championship. The club is primarily concerned with the game of hurling but many of their players play football with Finuge. They have won 7 Kerry Senior Hurling Championships.They have won 7 Kerry minor hurling championships and 4 U21 championships.

Roll of honour[edit]

County Championship Winning Captains[edit]

  • 1934: Joe McCarthy
  • 1954: Jim Hogan
  • 1983: Moss McKenna
  • 1985: Moss Allen
  • 1999: Trevor McKenna
  • 2005: Fergus Fitzmaurice
  • 2007: Patrick Dowling
  • 2014: Maurice Corridan

Famous players[edit]

Maurice Fitzmaurice, Steve Grady (Co-founder of The North Kerry Hurling Board), John McElligott, Jack Kennedy (Co-founder of Ladies Walk Club), Moss Fitzmaurice, Christy Ring (guest appearance), Eugie Stack, Jimmy Hogan, Richie McElligott (nominated for Irish Independent GAA Team of the Century in 1984), Topper McElligott, Moss Lyons, Johnny Conway, Sean Flaherty, Paul Galvin, Colm Lyons, Eamonn Fitzmaurice, Ricky Heffernan, John "Tweek" Griffin, James Flaherty.

Notable Managers[edit]


  1. ^ "Lixnaw take the title in surprise win". Irish Independent. 8 October 2007. Retrieved 11 December 2008. 
  2. ^ "Kerry SHC final replay: Eighth title for Lixnaw". Hogan Stand. 11 October 2014. Retrieved 12 October 2014. 

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