Naas GAA Club History
Naas GAA has a long and colourful history, this page will be updated regularly with news items and photographs detailing the history of the club since its foundation on 16th October 1887.
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To Spooners Lane & Beyond
To coincide with our 125th Anniversary (16th October 2013) Liam McManus has kindly given us permission to publish his centenary book online, "To Spooners Lane & Beyond" charts the fascinating history of the club from 1887 - 1987.
The book is available below at the following links
Liam is currently working on the next edition which will chart the club's history for the past 25 years from 1987-2012, he hopes to publish this in late 2013.
Naas GAA Club Minutes 1887-1889
One of the most treasured items of history that we have in the club is the original minute book from the first 2 years of the club. Liam has painstakingly transcribed the minutes of those meetings which paint a colourful history of the founding of the club.
The minutes have now been scanned online and are available here:
Club Chairmen 1887-2013
John Mc Mahon has been elected the new Chairman of Kildare GAA County Board.
With John McMahon's election to the Kildare County Board he has become the 7th Naas person to hold this position
Kildare County Board Chairpersons from Naas:
1887 - SG Brown (1st Ever Chairperson of County Board)
1889 - PJ Doyle
1904-1905 - WJ Rankins (Founder of Naas Hurling Club in 1902)
1920-1921 - JP Brophy
1934-1935 - Joe McDonald
1970-1971 - Ger Grehan
2011- John McMahon
In a two man race for the chair John defeated Athy's Eddie Lawlor in the vote held at the specially convened EGM held in Hawkfield today.
It is a great honour for Naas GAA to see our former club chairman elected to the post of Chairman of Kildare County Board and club officers, executive and members wish him all the best.