Mountmellick GAA

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Mountmellick GAA
Móinteach Milic
Founded: 1900
County: Laois
Nickname: The Valley
Colours: Blue and white
Grounds: Pairc Acragar
Coordinates: 53°06′13.56″N 7°18′14.15″W / 53.1037667°N 7.3039306°W / 53.1037667; -7.3039306Coordinates: 53°06′13.56″N 7°18′14.15″W / 53.1037667°N 7.3039306°W / 53.1037667; -7.3039306
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Mountmellick GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association gaelic football and hurling club in the town of Mountmellick in County Laois, Ireland.

In 2006, Mountmellick bridged a 38-year gap to win the Laois Intermediate Football Championship for just the second time ever, beating Annanough in the final. The first IFC title was won in 1968.

Mountmellick has also won the Laois Junior Football Championship four times (1929, 1941, 1966 and 1972) and the Laois Minor Football Championship twice, in 1975 and 1977.

Mountmellick has also won the Laois Intermediate Hurling Championship on one occasion in 1967 with five wins in the Laois Junior Hurling Championship also to their credit. Mountmellick are the only Laois club to have won both Junior titles in the one year (1941). They also came very close to winning both intermediate titles in one year (1967), winning the hurling and losing the football to Arles in a replay.

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