Maynooth University GAA Club

The Maynooth University GAA Club is the largest student club with a membership of 600 students. The GAA club and scholarship programme is managed by Jenny Duffy, GAA Development Officer. There are currently fourteen teams within our four GAA Clubs representing Maynooth University in both elite and non-elite competitions in the following codes.

 

Continuing & Post Graduate GAA Scholarship Applicants Apply Here.

Applications close at 23.59 on 28 August 2019

 

· Men’s Football
· Hurling
· Ladies Football
· Camogie

The University GAA season runs continuously from September to March during each academic year. The GAA Club caters for all levels and abilities. The Maynooth University GAA teams play home games on the North campus floodlit GAA pitch. Maynooth University's home team colours are teal and the away team jersey is white.
The Men's Gaelic Football Club compete in the Sigerson Cup, intermediate, junior, fresher division one and fresher two league and championship competitions.
The Hurling Club contest the Fitzgibbon Cup, intermediate and fresher division one league and championship competitions.
The Ladies Gaelic Football Club represent the University in the Giles Cup (senior one), Moynihan Cup (senior two) and fresher league and championship competitions.
The Camogie Club participate in the Ashbourne Cup, intermediate and fresher league and championship competitions.
Each club has an executive membership of players who take on the responsibility of committee positions, varying from the role of Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer, Registrar and PRO each year.
There are currently GAA Scholarships available to players within Men’s Football, Hurling, Ladies Football and Camogie. We offer an exciting and progressive developmental scholarship programme to both prospective and current students.

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