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Milltown (Galway) GAA

Baile an Mhuilinn
County: Galway
Nickname: Scans
Club colours: Blue And White
Grounds: Fr. Conroy Park

53°37′N 8°54′W / 53.617°N 8.900°W / 53.617; -8.900Coordinates: 53°37′N 8°54′W / 53.617°N 8.900°W / 53.617; -8.900

Playing kits

Standard colours
Senior Club Championships

All Ireland Connacht
Football : - - 2

Milltown (Irish: Baile an Mhuilinn) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the Milltown area in County Galway, Ireland. The club is a member of the Galway GAA. Milltown GAA club is one of the longest established sides in Galway. Milltown are a Gaelic football club.

Twice winners of the Galway County Championship, Milltown made their first appearance in a county final in 26 years when they faced Killererin GAA at Pearse Stadium in 2007, but were defeated by a scoreline of 1-09 to 0-10.

Past legends include Noel Tierney, one of the greatest full backs in Galway football history and a key member of Galways historic "3 In A Row" team.

Other notable players include Gay McManus (captain of Galway in 1982), Sean Brennan, Tony Ryan, Miko Feerick, Joe Waldron, Padraig Coyne and Tomas Tierney (captain of Galway in 1986).

2 Milltown players were part of the Galway Under 21 All-Ireland winning squad in 2002: Diarmaid Blake and John Devane

2 Milltown players were part of the Galway Under 21 All-Ireland winning squad in 2005: Darren Mullahy and Matthew Flannery

Milltown has always been known for its great underage work and in 2008 the club was awarded a Special Achievement Award by Galway county board this was presented to Padraic Kirrane (Juvenile Chairperson) and Padraic Coyne (Juvenile Secretary).

The Club's Under 16 2009 Team won the County's C league.




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