People of Note

Sean O’Braonain

Sean O’Braonain was one of the founding members and spent many years as chairman stepping down in 1973. He was then elected president of the club, a position he held until his death on the 30th December 1983 at the age of 84. He was chairman of the Dublin County Board from 1939-1946.

James Andrew Walsh

Played in the 1934 All-Ireland Final representing the Civil Service.

1949 Winning Intermediate Championship Winning panel:

Larry Staines, Col Murphy, Paddy Crowley, Paddy Murphy, Donie Ryan, Mick Shalloe, Pakie Brennan, Finbar Carroll, Tadgh Donavan, Owen Ryan, Larry Doyle, Sean O’Mahoney, Liam Mc Andrew, Gerry Houlihan.

1950 Senior Championship Runners Up panel:

Larry Stynes, Frank Foley, Paddy Crowley, Mick Shalloe, Jim Dermody, Donal Whelan, Brendan Brennan, Con Murphy, Austin Hannon, Tommy Barry, Ned O’Driscoll, Sean O’Mahony, Barry Houlihan, Colm Murphy, Liam McAndrew, Subs: Paddy Nolan, Jim Roche, Mossy Long, Mick Curneen, Jim Crowley.

1986 Intermediate Championship, League, Doyle Cup, Naas tournament, Leixlip Tournament Winning Panel:

Dave Behan, Tom Cuddy, Stephen Griffin, Jim Carew, John McNamara, Larry Kinsella, Peter Scully, Gerry Butler, Seamus Power, Gerry Crowley, Pascal Moran, Danny Burke, Seamus Mannion, Jim Power, Seamus Hough, Tom Maxwell, Tommy Carew, Denis O’Connor, Joe O’Grady, Declan Fitzpatrick, Tom Pender, Gerry Delaney.