Graiguecullen GAA

Graiguecullen GAA

Graiguecullen GFC is a Gaelic Athletic Association club from County Carlow, Ireland that plays in County Laois, Ireland. This is because they were kicked out of Carlow in 1926.

The club were winners of thirteen Carlow Senior Football Championship Titles (the last of which was in 1925) and twelve Laois Senior Football Championship titles, the last of which was in 1965.

The Club won the Laois Intermediate Football Championship in 2007 in their first attempt to bounce straight back up to senior football, after being relegated for the first time in the club's history in 2006.

The club has produced many famous Laois football players including Tommy Murphy, Willie Brennan, Mick Haughney and Andy Fennell. Also, they produced many famous Carlow football players including Willie Quinlan and Pascal Doran.

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