Skerries Harps GAA

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Skerries Harps
Cláirseacha na Sceirí
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Founded: 1908
County: Dublin
Nickname: Harps
Colours: Blue and white
Grounds: Harps Main Pitch
Townparks
Ballast Pit
Coordinates: 53°34′40.97″N 6°06′48.10″W / 53.5780472°N 6.1133611°W / 53.5780472; -6.1133611Coordinates: 53°34′40.97″N 6°06′48.10″W / 53.5780472°N 6.1133611°W / 53.5780472; -6.1133611
Playing kits
Standard colours

Skerries Harps is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Skerries, County Dublin, Ireland, playing Gaelic football, hurling and camogie. Notable ex-players include Bobby Beggs, Paddy Ellis. Dublin GAA superstar Bryan Cullen is a current player. The club is located on the Dublin Road in Skerries with a main pitch and club house at this location. The club has just under 40 teams competing at all levels in football, hurling, camogie and ladies football. The club plays at senior level in football and camogie, intermediate level in ladies football and junior hurling. Current president is John Clinton and the club Chairman is Niall Murphy

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