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St. Nicks GAA Bristol

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St.Nicks GAA Bristol
Colours:Black & Amber
Grounds:St.Marys Old Boys, Almondsbury
Playing kits
Standard colours

St Nicks GAA is a Gaelic football club based in the city of Bristol, England and they are the current Gloucestershire County Champions (2017).


St.Nicks GAA Bristol are a Bristol Based GAA club that provide for Bristol and the surrounding areas including Bath, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Swindon, Weston Super-mare, Exeter, Newport, Cardiff and further into Wales. St.Nicks play in, and are the current Championship holders of, the Gloucestershire GAA Province within Britain GAA. Historically setup as a Hurling and Camogie team before becoming dormant due to lack of competitions, has since been rejuvenated primarily as a successful Mens Gaelic Football Team.


St.Nicks GAA Bristol was founded in 1979 by Dan & Ann Loughlin, Mick & Mary Carey, Andy & Maureen Gray, and Liz Kavanagh and was centred around St.Nicholas RC Church in Easton, Bristol. In 1979, the St.Nicks GAA club was established as a very successful Camogie team winning numerous titles within Gloucestershire County and London. A decade later, a very successful Senior Hurling Team was run within the club and won many Gloucestershire GAA titles and narrowly missed out on an All-Britain Title in 1988. Due to the absence of Camogie and Hurling competitions in the coming years and travel costs becoming prohibitive, the club became dormant.

In 2001, the club was rejuvenated as a Senior Mens Gaelic football Club and has won numerous League and Championship titles within Gloucestershire.

Current football squad[edit]

As of 2017

  • Bainisteóir: Tim O'Loughlin
  • Roghnóirí: John Lyttle, James McShea, Paddy Miskella
  • Coiste: Gavin Dungan, Seán Mac Carthaigh, David Whale
No. Player Position Club
1 David Whale Goalkeeper St.Nicks GAA
2 Matthew Turner Right Corner Back St.Nicks GAA
3 Paddy Miskella Full Back St.Nicks GAA
4 Ryan Young Left Corner Back St.Nicks GAA
5 Seán Mac Carthaigh Right Half Back St.Nicks GAA
6 Nigel Farrelly Centre Back St.Nicks GAA
7 JJ Miskella Left Half Back St.Nicks GAA
8 Tim O'Loughlin Midfield St.Nicks GAA
9 John Lyttle Midfield St.Nicks GAA
10 Ciarán Barrett Right Half Forward St.Nicks GAA
11 Matthew Mannion Centre Forward St.Nicks GAA
12 James Mc Shea Left Half Forward St.Nicks GAA
13 Kevin Stankard Right Corner Forward St.Nicks GAA
14 John Polly Full Forward St.Nicks GAA
15 Niall Loughlin Left Corner Forward St.Nicks GAA
No. Player Position Club
16 Cailum Loughlin Substitute St.Nicks GAA
17 Daniel Trainor Substitute St.Nicks GAA
18 Andy Clay Substitute St.Nicks GAA
19 Brian Flynn Substitute St.Nicks GAA
20 John Moran Substitute St.Nicks GAA
21 Micheál Daly Substitute St.Nicks GAA
22 Richard Murphy Substitute St.Nicks GAA
23 Connolly Jarrett Substitute St.Nicks GAA
24 Paddy McLoughlin Substitute St.Nicks GAA


Senior Hurling Championship: 1984 (Winners), 1985 (Winners), 1986 (Winners)1987 (Winners), 1988 (Winners), 1989 (Winners), 1990 (Winners), 1991 (Winners), 1992 (Winners), 1993 (Winners)

Senior Camogie Championship: 1985 (Winners), 1987 (Winners), 1988 (Winners), 1989 (Winners), 1990 (Winners), 1991 (Winners), 1995 (Winners), 1996 (Winners), 1998 (Winners)

Senior Football League: 2001(2nd), 2002(2nd), 2003(2nd), 2004(2nd), 2005(Winners), 2006(2nd), 2007(2nd), 2008(Winners), 2009(Winners), 2011(Winners), 2013(Runners Up)

Senior Football Championship: 2001(Runners Up), 2002(Runners Up), 2003(Runners Up), 2004(Runners Up), 2005(Runners Up), 2006(Runners Up), 2007(Runners Up), 2008(Runners Up), 2009(Runners Up), 2011 (Winners), 2012(Runners Up), 2013(Winners), 2016(Runners Up), 2017(Winners)


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