Find Your Strength
Kilmainhamwood GFC was founded in 1936. It has had many great moments since its foundation. The club were intermediate champions in 1965, 1982 and 1994. The finest hour for the club came in 1996 when the club won the senior championship, the Feis Cup and were crowned Meath club of the year. But the club were also senior finalists in 1995 and 2001 while in 2003, the club were Division 1 league champions and runners up in the All Ireland 7s tournament in Kilmacud.
The club has also had lots of success at intercounty level. Sean McCormack won the All Ireland as Meaths goalkeeper in 1967. Brian Stafford won two All Irelands with Meath in 1989 and 1991 while receiving the All Ireland player of the year award in 1991. Ronan Finnegan was the sub Keeper for Meath during their 1996 All Ireland campaign. Ray McGee and Paul Shankey both played on the Meath team in their 1999 winning season, while both players started the All Ireland final loss to Galway in 2001.
Kilmainhamwood will compete for the Junior B championship in 2024 and with Aidan Roche on this year's Meath minor panel and Rian Stafford on the U20s panel, the future is looking bright.
In 2024 Kilmainhamwood will once again compete with a ladies team. This is the second time the Wood ladies have had a team. The previous team had a lot of success winning the Junior B championship in 2004 and Junior A championship in 2005.