Coming of Age
Within ten years of the club’s foundation Parnell’s had become well established in Dublin GAA circles. Indeed as well as competing in local competitions, the club was now competing and contributing players to Dublin as well.
The Dublin Senior football Team winners of the Croke Cup 1897, featuring Joe Teeling of Parnell’s
The Dublin Senior Football team of 1902 included three Parnell’s players.
Parnell’s won the final of the Wolfe Tone Tournament in 1903 against Clane. The same team won the Kiltiernan and Malahide Tournaments.
In 1907-08 Parnell’s were the winners of the Junior Football Championship, The Intermediate League and the Martyn Cup.
The Dublin Junior Football Team (Parnell’s Selection) won the Leinster Championship in 1908.
Parnell’s won the Senior Football Championship in 1913 and 1916.
Parnell’s had two players in the all Ireland Final in 1920.
Parnell’s Minor Team 1919–1920 were winners of the Dublin League.
Parnell's in 1924 were winners of the North County League
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