The Clubs Development,
For many years the team's progress was badly hampered in not having it's own facilities. Much gratitude is due to local farmers who provided playing fields in those days.
Having spent most of the previous twenty five years on land provided on Castlemartin estate by Dr.Tony O'Reilly, the Club finally successfully purchased and developed it's own facilities which were officially opened on 26th April 2002.
The total cost of this venture was in the region of £850,000.
A grant of £160,000 was received from the National Lottery and the remainder was raised through an intensive and co-ordinated funding programme undertaken by the Club.
Fundraising sources include: Race Nights; Fashion Shows; Golf Classics; Christmas Hamper and generous sponsorship and individual contributions.
The provision of these new facilities has opened up new opportunities for the Club, it's members, local schools and the Cross and Passion College. The new facilities are also good news for the Ladies section who can now avail of excellent dressing room and shower facilities for the fast growing girls's football and camogie teams.
In looking to the future, good facilities will be essential to the work of the Club. In this context the Club is very conscious of our rapidly changing Irish Society. These changes will represent new challenges to our community and will require a new vision for the future.
As a sports recreational club, which promotes our national games and culture, the emphasis of the Club going forward will be on the youth of the Community.
Kilcullen GAA firmly believes that young people who participate in our games for a worthwhile period become very good sportsmen and sportswomen and from this they develop into responsible adults, earning the respect of others.