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History

St. Margarets GAA club was founded in 1908, and since then, has been an essential part of this North County Dublin village community. Over the years, St. Margarets has played its part in GAA history at both a club and inter-county level.

In 1983, we decided to relocate our grounds to their current location at Kilreesk and, following a major fundraising and relocation plan, we opened our new grounds in 1985.

Many St. Margaret’s players have represented Dublin over the years.

Tom Markey won an All-Ireland Junior Football Championship medal, Sean Skelly won a National League medal in 1952 and Mick Cronin won an All-Ireland Minor Football Championship medal in 1954.

Paddy Reilly and Mick Kennedy represented the Dublin senior team in more recent years.

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History

Dublin’s Junior Team A trial game between Fingal and Dublin selections was played at Swords yesterday and resulted in a win for Dublin by 3-6 to 2-6. Subsequently the following …

Na Raoim Oga (St Margaret’s) Under the surpice of the Gaelic League Branch, a ceilidh is being held on tomorrow night in aid of the club. Visitors from neighboring towns …

Conradh Na Gaeilge ST. Margarets’s Branch The friends of the Gaelic League in St Margaret’s have good reason to feel proud of the manner in which the branch has acquitted …

To honor the brave men & women of St. Margaret’s & Fingal who fought in 1916 and in the war of Independence, following 11am mass at St. Margaret’s church, a …

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