Threecastles GAA

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Threecastles
Ban na nDuach
Founded:1887
County: Kilkenny
Colours:Green and yellow
Grounds:Threecastles
Playing kits
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Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All IrelandLeinster
champions
Kilkenny
champions
Hurling: 0 0 2

Threecastles GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in County Kilkenny, Ireland. Threecastles play at the adult grade of junior.

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