O'Dwyers GAA

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O'Dwyers GAA Club
Cumann Ó Duibhir
Updated O'Dwyers GAA Crest.jpg
Founded: 1918
County: Dublin
Nickname: Dwyers
Colours: Green and White
Grounds: Bremore Park
Coordinates: 53°37′01.94″N 6°11′45.20″W / 53.6172056°N 6.1958889°W / 53.6172056; -6.1958889Coordinates: 53°37′01.94″N 6°11′45.20″W / 53.6172056°N 6.1958889°W / 53.6172056; -6.1958889
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O'Dwyers GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based at Hamlet Lane, Balbriggan, County Dublin, Ireland, serving the communities of Balbriggan, Balrothery, Balscadden and surrounding areas.[1][2] Its principal grounds are at Bremore Park, but it also has grounds at Bells Field, Balbriggan (Opposite Club House)

At present the Club operates a Skills camp on a Saturday Morning for five- to eight-year-olds. The Camp is run from 11am-12:30pm. During winter the camp moves indoors, so check out the club's website for up to date information. The club plays football at U8(mixed), U9 (mixed), U10(mixed), U11(mixed), U12 (boys) and U14 (boys). Girls Football is played at U13, U14 and U15. Hurling is catered for ages U8 (mixed), U9 (mixed), U10 (boys), U12 (boys) and U14 (boys). There is a juvenile camogie team newly set up which is aimed at girls aged 10–12 years old. There has been some great success at Juvenile level in the club over the recent years, with many league and cup wins.The club also boasts one of north dublins finest footballers that in craig mcnulty.

At Adult level the club has one football team competing in AFL5 and the Dublin Intermediate Football Championship[3] and one Junior hurling team (AHL9).

The Club also has a Culture Club. Every September - June both adults and juvenile members learn set-dancing on a Monday night. Also during the week, tin-whistle and fiddle classes take place in the club house.

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  1. ^ "odwyersgaa.com". Retrieved 2008-04-06. 
  2. ^ "Balbriggan". Retrieved 2008-04-06. 
  3. ^ "O'Dwyers GAA Club". Archived from the original on 2008-02-17. Retrieved 2008-04-06.