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GAA Presidents


  • Liam Ó Néill - Laois - 2012 - 2015

    Liam O'Neill is the 37th president of the GAA. He hails from Trumera in Co Laois, where he is principal of the local primary school, which he converted into an Irish language medium school.

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  • Criostóir O Cuana - Cork - 2009 - 2012

    GAA President Criostóir Ó Cuana is one of the most experienced administrators in the GAA having served in a variety of positions both at county and provincial level before assuming his current position at Congress 2009 in April in Cork.

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  • Nickey Brennan - Kilkenny - 2006 - 2009

    Nickey Brennan was elected to serve as President of the GAA for the three year period from April 2006 to April 2009. He succeeded Sean Kelly after he was elected at the GAA’s Annual Congress in Croke Park on April 16th 2005.

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  • Sean Kelly - Kerry - 2003 - 2006

    Sean Kelly was elected to succeed Sean McCague as President of the GAA taking office following the 2003 Congress in Belfast and in so doing became the first Kerry man to serve as Uachtarán CLG.

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  • Sean McCague - Monaghan - 2000 - 2003

    Seán Mc Cague of Scotstown Co. Monaghan became President elect of the GAA in April 1999 following a hugely successful Administration and Managerial career within the Association. He succeeded Galway man Joe Mc Donagh in the post to become the first president of the 21st Century.

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  • Joe McDonagh - Galway - 1997 - 2000

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  • Jack Boothman - Wicklow - 1994 - 1997

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  • Peter Quinn - Fermanagh - 1991 - 1994

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  • John Dowling - Offaly - 1988 - 1991

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  • Dr Mick Loftus - Mayo - 1985 - 1987

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  • Paddy Buggy - Kilkenny - 1982 - 1984

    A native of Kilkenny, became president-elect at 1981 Congress in Killarney.

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  • Paddy McFlynn - Down - 1979 - 1982

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  • Con Murphy - Cork - 1976 - 1979

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  • Dr Donal Keenan - Roscommon - 1973 - 1976

    A native of Elphin, Co. Roscommon, with whom he won two county senior football medals.

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  • Pat Fanning - Waterford - 1970 - 1973

    A native of Waterford, has had lifelong association with Mount Sion club (hon. secretary 1941-1955, chairman 1955-1970 and 1978 to date).

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  • Seamus ORiain - Tipperary - 1967 - 1970

    A native of Co. Tipperary, mainly responsible for the starting in 1971 of the Féile na nGael competition. A notable athlete, footballer & hurler.

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  • Alf Murray - Armagh - 1964 - 1967

    A native of Milltown, Co. Down, but has had lifelong association with GAA in Co. Armagh.

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  • Hugh Byrne - Wicklow - 1961 - 1964

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  • Dr. J.J. Stuart - Dublin - 1958 - 1961

    A native of Ogonelloe, Co. Clare. Had lifelong association with University College Dublin GAA and athletic clubs, won two Fitzgibbon Cup medals with UCD, also hurled in Clare (St. Flannan's), Galway (St. Joseph's, Ballinasloe) and Limerick (Croom).

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  • Seamus McFerran - Antrim - 1955 - 1958

    A native of Belfast, founder of Geraldines hurling and football club for postal officials. Chairman of Antrim county committee 1944, member of Casement Park Fund committee 1944 to 1953.

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  • M. V. O'Donoghue - Waterford - 1952 - 1955

    A native of Co. Galway but lifelong resident of Co. Waterford. Member of Waterford junior hurling team that won county's first All Ireland title in that grade, 1931.

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  • Michael Kehoe - Wexford - 1949 - 1952

    A native of Wexford, member of Laois county committee from 1922 to 1929 while resident in that county.

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  • Dan O'Rourke - Roscommon - 1946 - 1949

    A native of Tents, Co. Leitrim, but had lifelong association with the GAA in Roscommon, where he lived for 44 years. Founder, secretary, chairman and president of Tarmon GAA club.

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  • Seamus Gardiner - Tipperary - 1943 - 1946

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  • Padraig MacNamee - Antrim - 1938 - 1943

    A native of Co. Armagh, served two terms as chairman of Ulster Council (1935-1937 and 1943-1945).

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  • Robert O'Keeffe - Laois - 1935 - 1938

    Bob O'Keeffe was born in Glengrant. Mooncoin near the Banks of The River Suir in 1881.

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  • Sean McCarthy - Cork - 1932 - 1935

    A native of Upton, Co. Cork, was president during the GAA's golden jubilee year (1934).

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  • Seán Ryan - Dublin - 1928 - 1932

    The youngest president and the only lawyer-president. A native of Co. Tipperary, associated with Dublin GAA affairs all his life.

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  • Liam Clifford - Limerick - 1926 - 1928

    A native of Co. Limerick, a player and later official with the Fedamore hurling club.

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  • Patrick Breen - Wexford - 1924 - 1926

    A native of Wexford and a notable footballer in his youth, winning two All Ireland senior football medals (one with Dublin, one with Wexford), also a good handballer and athlete.

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  • Daniel McCarthy - Dublin - 1921 - 1924

    The only Dublin man to become president, and the only person to serve two terms as chairman of Leinster Council (1909-1910 and 1919-1921).

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  • James Nowlan - Kilkenny - 1901 - 1921

    A native of Kilkenny and the longest-serving president. Member of group responsible for revival of GAA at start of this century.

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  • Michael Deering - Cork - 1898 - 1901

    A native of Limerick, but had lifelong association with GAA in Cork city. The only president to die in office; a leading member of Cork county committee during the 1890s, including ten year period as chairman.

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  • Frank B. Dineen - Limerick - 1895 - 1898

    A native of Ballylanders Co Limerick, one of Munster's most promising athletes of the early 1880s.

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  • Peter J. Kelly - Galway - 1889 - 1889

    A native of Loughrea, Co. Galway, the only full-time farmer to hold the GAA's top Post.

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  • E.M. Bennett - Clare - 1887 - 1887

    A native of Newmarket-on Fergus and the shortest serving president (two months). Bennett, who had taken part in the 1867 Rising, was involved in athletics and in the Land League and Home Rule movements in Clare in the 1870s.

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  • Maurice Davin - Tipperary - 1884 - 1887

    A native of Carrick-on-Suir, with Cusack and Archbishop Croke, one of the three founders. An outstanding athlete who won international fame in the 1870s, was campaigning for a body to control Irish athletics from 1877.

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