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.
Creedon's Epic East
On Sunday next 31st July St. Brigid's G.A.A club will feature on John Creedon's television show Creedon's Epic East. In April Marty Morrisey visited Kiltoom to interview two of our club members and Save Roscommon committee members Tony Ward and John Tiernan. The interview is based on the proposed boundary changes but the RTE crew also managed to get some great shots around the club including an u16 boys training session. So tune in to RTE one at 630pm next Sunday 31st July.
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