Category: Faughs History

History of Hurling

by Sadhbh Dunne Learn about the history of hurling below written by Faughs very own Sadhbh Dunne.

1920 Faughs All Ireland Winning Team representing Dublin

In 1920, having won the Dublin Hurling Championship, Faughs went on to represent Dublin in the all Ireland Series.After beating Kilkenny in the Leinster Final, Dublin/Faughs went on to the final with Cork as...

Bloody Sunday- Dublin GAA Remembers

On November 21st 1920, 14 people went to a football match at Croke Park between Dublin and Tipperary. They never came home.   DubsTV’s Bloody Sunday details the events of that fateful day, narrated...

Photos from Faughs GAA Museum Opening

Our new Faughs GAA Museum was officially opened by Dublin GAA Chairman Sean Shanley on Thursday 24 Nov 2016.  In a new annex off the club bar, memorabilia from throughout the club’s history, including...

History of Faughs Projects – Photos

Well done to the pupils from our feeder schools St. Pius and St. Josephs who created a range of fantastic projects on the History of Faughs. The standard of the projects was brilliant, with...