St Oliver Plunkett Eoghan Ruadh GAA was founded in 1960 and are known locally as Plunketts. We are based off the Navan Road on the west side of Dublin City. We currently field nine adult teams in gaelic football, hurling and camogie. Furthermore, the Club is now represented at Senior level in all three codes, a status largely unattainable for most GAA clubs across the country.
At juvenile level, the club caters for both boys and girls from age six onwards through its Nursery Academy (managed by fully qualified coaches), with teams then competing across all codes from U-8 to U-18 levelsOver the years, the Club has produced many well known inter-county players who have represented Dublin at the highest level, most notably; Sean Óg Ó Cealleacháin (RIP – also of national broadcasting fame with RTE), Bernard Brogan Snr. (winner of two All Ireland football medals in the mid 1970’s) and in more recent years, Ross McConnell, Alan Brogan and Bernard Brogan Jnr who were all part of the Dublin All Ireland football winning team in 2011 (with Alan and Bernard Jnr. also adding winners medals in 2013). This, in addition to other notable accolades demonstrates the significant level of success achieved by the Club over the years since establishment.