St Marks GAA

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St Mark's
Naomh Marcas
Founded: 1975
County: Dublin
Nickname: Marks
Colours: Amber and Black
Grounds: McGee Park
Coordinates: 53°17′07.69″N 6°25′05.35″W / 53.2854694°N 6.4181528°W / 53.2854694; -6.4181528Coordinates: 53°17′07.69″N 6°25′05.35″W / 53.2854694°N 6.4181528°W / 53.2854694; -6.4181528
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St Mark's is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Springfield, Tallaght in South Dublin, Ireland. St Marks won the 2005 Dublin Intermediate A Hurling Championship then went on in 2006 to win the Dublin Senior B Hurling Championship. St. Marks footballers were promoted to AFL3 in 2016. St Marks will field teams at AFL3 in football and AHL4 Hurling in 2018. The hurling team won AHL5 and made it to the Dublin Junior A championship final too in 2017. The club also caters for Juvenile, Minor and Junior teams in Football, Hurling, Camogie and Ladies Football. The club also has a members' lounge with full bar open seven days. It has two lottery draws every Sunday. It has a regular disco for kids and teens. The club has its own shop where you can buy club gear, Snacks and refreshments. It takes part in the annual Raheens draw. It also has its own yearly golf classic.

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Since 1975 St. Marks has established itself as one of the most respected GAA clubs in the Dublin Region.[citation needed] There have been a number of high and low occasions over the years, the most notable high being in 1991 when the clubhouse was completed. The club continues to grow and is achieving higher standards.[citation needed] Past successes would not be possible but for the hard work and dedication from all the members past and present.[citation needed]

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