Keady Michael Dwyer's GFC

Keady Michael Dwyer's GFC
Founded: 1888
County: Armagh
Colours: Green and white
Grounds: Garard McGleenan Park
(Páirc Ghearóid Mhic Giolla Fhinnéin)
Playing kits
Standard colours

Keady Michael Dwyer's Gaelic Football Club is a Gaelic Athletic Association club from Keady, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is affiliated to Armagh GAA and plays Gaelic football in the Armagh Intermediate Championship. A sister club, Keady Lámh Dhearg, established in 1949, now provides for hurling. The club's ground is Gerard McGleenan Park (Irish: Páirc Ghearóid Mhic Giolla Fhinnéin).[1]


The club was one of the first in Armagh, founded in 1888, a year before the creation of the GAA's Armagh County Board.[2]


Notable players

  • Pat O'Neill, Armagh Captain 1950
  • Eugene Mee, Armagh Minor - All-Ireland Winner 1949
  • Paul McCormack, Armagh player 2002-06 - All-Ireland Winner 2002
  • John Toal, Armagh player 2001-05 - All-Ireland Winner 2002
  • Stephen Bellew, Armagh Minor Player 2011
  • Ryan McCabe, Armagh Minor Player 2012, Armagh U21 Player 2015
  • Barry Coyle, Armagh Minor Player 2012
  • Stephen Renaghan, Armagh Minor Player 2012, Armagh U21 Player 2015


In the 1930s the Dwyers enjoyed a run of success in the county Hurling Championship.



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