JK Brackens GFC
JK Brackens minor footballers
J.K. Bracken's Gaelic Athletic Club is a hurling and football club centred on the parish of Templemore, Clonmore and Killea in County Tipperary. It plays in the Tipperary GAA county and Mid-Tipperary divisional competitions.
JK Brackens is one of only two or three GAA clubs that consistently compete at senior grade in both hurling and football in the Tipperary club championships.
The club is named after Joseph Kevin Bracken, one of the seven founding members of the Gaelic Athletic Association, who was from Templemore. He was also the first Chairman of the Tipperary GAA County Board. JK Brackens is also nationally renowned as one of the countries leading GAA Scór clubs.
The clubs most high profile player of recent years is Éamonn Corcoran. Éamonn was one of Ireland's best half backs during his playing days and he won an All Ireland and an All Star with Tipp.