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Killeavy St Moninna GFC crest
Killeavy St Moninna GFC

Founded in 1888, Killeavy Saint Moninna's Gaelic Athletic Club (Irish: CLG Naomh Moninne, Cill Shléibhe) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Killeavy, County Armagh, near Newry. Killeavy won the 2012 Armagh Intermediate Football Championship and participates in other Armagh GAA football, ladies' football, hurling and camogie competitions.

It is one of the largest clubs in the county, fielding upwards of 20 teams from Under-8 to Senior levels, and has been Ulster Club of the Year. The club's ground is Killeavy Memorial Park.

The clubs most famous player is Stevie McDonnell, Armagh player 1999-2012, triple All Star.

Senior County Titles (3)
1914, 1915, 1948

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