Kiltegan GAA

Kiltegan GAA Club (official title "Naomh Teagáin GAA club") is a GAA club located in Kiltegan, Co. Wicklow. The club was founded in 1964, and its catchment area covers the villages of Kiltegan, Rathdangan, and surrounding areas.[1]

Kiltegan GAA
Naomh Teagáin
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Coordinates:52°54′12″N 6°36′26″W / 52.903406°N 6.607208°W / 52.903406; -6.607208Coordinates: 52°54′12″N 6°36′26″W / 52.903406°N 6.607208°W / 52.903406; -6.607208
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Leinster
Football: 0 0 2
Hurling: 0 0 8

The club is represented in youth competitions by the juvenile club Michael Dwyers which is a combination of the GAA clubs in Kiltegan, Ballymanus and Knockananna.


Kiltegan won their first Wicklow SFC title in 1986 and followed this up by winning its first Wicklow SHC title in 1987.


Notable playersEdit

Notable club members include Peter Keogh, who was an administrator and journalist with the local Wicklow People newspaper.[2]


  1. ^ Keogh, Peter (1997). Gateway to Glory: A GAA Story Rathdangan/Kiltegan 1886-1996. Cumann Naomh Teagáin, Chill Teagáin CLG. p. 86.
  2. ^ "Wicklow GAA in mourning following death of Peter Keogh". 1 March 2016. Retrieved 14 February 2017.

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