The club won its first men's All-Ireland Club Title on St.Patrick's Day 2013.
St. Brigid's G.A.A. Club (Naomh Bríd) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the parishes of Kiltoom and Cam in South County Roscommon, Ireland. Our club colours are Green and Red and our home pitch is at Newpark, Kiltoom. The club was founded in 1944 and is the home club of one of the all-time G.A.A. greats, Gerry O'Malley.
The club fields both male and female from U-8 to U-21 as well as Senior, Intermediate and Junior teams. Our Ladies football teams won the All-Ireland Intermediate Championship in 2004.
New members and players are always welcome in the club.
St. Brigid's clubhouse on Friday 22nd April at 9.30pm.
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Cardiac Screening Clinic
Will be held in the
club on Saturday 23rd April. The clinic will be open from
9.30am-5pm. Each screening will take 20 minutes and is open to all club members
at a cost of €65 per person.
Why undergo a Cardiac Screening?
· Up to 100 young people die each year in Ireland from Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS)
· 1 in 300 people may have a cardiac abnormality
· The national register recently reported that the incidents of SADS are higher in Ireland than many other European countries.
· In Italy cardiac screening is mandatory for anyone aged 12 to 35 years involved in competitive sport for the past 25 years. They have reduced the incidents of SADS by 89%.
· The GAA’s Medical Scientific and Welfare Committee and the International Rugby Board recommend cardiac screening for all players over the age of 14 years
· The European Society of Cardiology & the International Olympic Committee recommends cardiac screening.
· Heartaid’s service is based on the recommendations of the above named organisations.
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