Parnells Training Pitch
Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Coolock, Dublin. It was founded in 1893, named after the recently deceased Charles Stewart Parnell, and at that time was known as Parnell Volunteers. Parnells have won the Dublin senior football championship on six occasions, in 1913, 1916, 1939, 1945 and most recently in 1987, 1988. They went on to win the Leinster Championship in 1988.
The club's most notable player of recent years is Stephen Cluxton. Over the course of an extraordinary career Cluxton has won five All Star awards and three All Ireland titles. He showed immense mental toughness in hitting the winning point in Dublin's 2011 victory over Kerry.