Graiguecullen GAA - History

History

Founded in 1898, the club colours are green with a red hoop and white shorts. The club originally competed in the Laois championships before being expelled in 1926 following an incident in the County Final against Milford in Rathoe. In 1927, they were invited to join the Laois Championship and they have remained there ever since.

During its time in Carlow GAA the club was extremely successful winning no less than 13 Carlow Senior Football Championship titles before returning to compete in the Laois championships in 1927.

The Club grounds are called Fr. Maher Park.

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