Winter Lights on the Club Walking/Running Track – Everyone Welcome…Schedule for the Winter…calling all Runners, Joggers and Walkers!!…
- Winter Lights on the Club Walking/Running Track – Everyone Welcome…Schedule for the Winter
- Final Training Session for the Kilbride Tots for the year…in videos…pizza, chips and medals marks the end of season for the Tots, U7’s and U9’s…Well done all…
- Final Training Session for the Kilbride Tots for the year…in photos…pizza, chips and medals marks the end of season for the Tots, U7’s and U9’s…Well done all…
- We have our first Pitchside & Car Park Advertiser Live…sign up today…
- Kilbride Under 7’s Final Go Games of 2023 (September 9th)…well done to all boys and girls and coaches for their efforts during the year.
- Kilbride Ladies 2023….Championship Photos
- Manor Kilbride Field Day Raffle Winners & Other Winners – 2023
Sean Duffy – RIP
Sadly, Monday the 7th of January 2019 saw the passing of a Kilbride legend, in fact a GAA legend, Sean Duffy. The word ‘legend’ is vastly overused and misused in modern vernacular, however, anybody who was impacted by Sean Duffy throughout his involvement with the GAA, the Kilbride club and St. Bridget’s will know of his true status. A Gael who will be dearly missed by all and fondly remembered.
Everybody will remember Sean’s famous Green Renault which carried young lads from Oldcourt, Kilbride and Blessington throughout Wicklow and beyond. Always with Status Quo’s greatest hits playing in the cassette deck! Sean gave absolutely everything to the Juveniles in Kilbride and Blessington, his love for the association was infectious and it all started way back in the 50’s and 60’s with Kilbride.
Sean won two Senior Championships in 62 and 68, a Junior Championship in 58, including the Dunne Cup and countless tournaments throughout his playing days. He was heavily involved in administration and moved into Juvenile coaching with St. Bridget’s where he served as Manager for countless teams throughout the decades. In 2007 Sean was a selector that won the Junior championship with Kilbride, with Sean’s Nephew Paul playing in midfield. Sean was also a great man for the horses and his beloved Aston Villa, but his true calling was that famous blue jersey of Kilbride and the GAA.
His dedication to his beloved Kilbride club, St. Bridget’s, the GAA and the wider community held no bounds and his selfless dedication to the GAA will never be forgotten.
He will be dearly missed and fondly remembered by his family, friends and the wider GAA community.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam
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Final Training Session for the Kilbride Tots for the year...in videos...pizza, chips and medals marks the end of season for the Tots, U7's and U9's...Well done all...
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