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Milltown GAA Club

Milltown GAA Club
County Galway


Milltown GAA club is one of the longest established sides in Galway
and is the holder of two senior county titles in 1971 and 1981. Its
home ground is Fr Conroy Park.


Tá club Baile an Mhuilinn ar ceann de na clubanna Luth Cleas Gael is
faide atá lonnaithe i nGaillimh agus tá dhá theideal na gclubannna
contae buaite acu i 1971 agus 1981. Is í an pháirc pheile dhuchais atá
acu ná Páirc an tAthar ó Connaire i mBaile an Mhuilinn


1971 County Champions

1981 County Champions

Of all the Milltown players chosen to represent the county at senior
level, pride of place must be given to Noel Tierney. Acknowledged as
one of the greatest full backs in the game, he was the anchor man in
defence in Galway's famed three-in-a-row team of 1964-65-66. His
brother, the lion hearted Fr Peter Tierney, would surely have won
equal fame and glory if his playing days had not been so restricted by
clerical rules.
Other parish footballers to play at senior county level were Gay McManus (captain of Galway in 1982), Sean Brennan, Tommy Brennan, Tony Ryan, Sean Concannon, Miko Feerick, Joe Waldron, Padraig Coyne and Tomas Tierney (captain of Galway in 1986).
In more recent years, Diarmuid Blake, John Devane and Darren Mullahy have represented the club at county level.
Diarmuid Blake, John Devane, Darren Mullahy and Matthew Flannery won Under 21 All Ireland medals with Galway in 2005.



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