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  • 11/08/2014 On Monday evening the under 14 boys had a titanic battle in Saul in the Championship. With both teams playing an attractive open brand of football there was certainly no ...
    Posted 11 Aug 2014, 03:12 by Seamus O'Hanlon
  • 13/07/14 It was a relatively quiet week for the club with little in the way of fixtures with the onset of the holidays, and due to the involvement of the county ...
    Posted 13 Jul 2014, 16:31 by Seamus O'Hanlon
  • 07/07/14 On Monday the fourths team played neighbours Liatroim in Kilcoo. Playing an attractive brand of football the home team dominated mid field and were able to launch repeated attacks into ...
    Posted 13 Jul 2014, 16:30 by Seamus O'Hanlon
  • Untitled Post 22/06/2014On Thursday evening the under 16 boys travelled to Kilclief. Despite their lowly position in the league this team have been improving all season and on this ...
    Posted 24 Jun 2014, 11:06 by Seamus O'Hanlon
  • 15/06/2014 Sunday saw the senior men’s team begin their championship campaign and they got off to an excellent start against a Mayobridge team which was littered with talent.  Paul Devlin ...
    Posted 16 Jun 2014, 14:14 by Seamus O'Hanlon
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Fixtures week starting 30th June

Monday           U-14 Boys Kilcoo V St Pauls in Kilcoo at 7.30pm.

                        EDRL Cill Cua v Liatroim in Kilcoo at 7.30pm.

Tuesday           Minors Kilcoo v Baileghlas in kilcoo at 7.30pm.

                        U-16 Camogie Kilcoo v An Riocht in An Riocht at 7.30pm.

Wednesday      U-12 Girls Kilcoo v Dundrum in Dundrum at 7.00pm.

Thursday         U-16 Boys Kilcoo v Tullylish in Kilcoo at 7.30pm.                  

Friday              ACL Div 1 Kilcoo v Liatroim in Liatroim at 7.30pm.

Saturday         U-12 Camogie Kilcoo v Ben Derg in Kilcoo at 11.00am


Founded in 1906 Kilcoo GAC is one of the oldest and proudest clubs in County Down and currently fields teams in male and female football and also in Camogie. In the not too distant past the club also fielded hurling teams and aspires to do so again in the near future. 

Named after Eoghain Rúa Ó Neill the club is situated in the foothills of the Mourne Mountains, County Down in the picturesque parish of Kilcoo. Over this last 20 years or so Kilcoo GAC's youth coaching policy has seen them receive unparrallelled success at juvenile level and this is now coming to fruition at adult
level with the club's senior foot ballers claiming the Down senior Champion ship title in 2009 and 
again in 2012, when they also progressed to the Ulster Final only to be defeated by Crossmaglen....more


2013 Liberty Insurance All Ireland Camogie Championship Finals, Croke Park, Sunday 15th September 2013!

The Kilcoo Camogs are urging all our supporters and members to come out in big numbers on All Ireland Camogie Finals day.  We must support OUR Game.  Today's camogie stars are accomplished athletes, who demonstrate amazing levels of skill, fitness, ball control and technique. Its also a great days family entertainment.                


12.00 pm            Junior Camogie Final                      Kildare V Laois

2.00 pm             Intermediate Camogie Final            Galway V Limerick

4.00 pm             Senior Camogie Final                        Kilkenny V Galway

ADULTS:      30 Euro.   STUDENT/OAP.  15 Euros.  JUVENILES (U16):  5 Euro

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