Erin's Isle GAA Club

Farnham Drive Finglas
Dublin 11

Tel: + 353 1 8342556


Our Visitors

This week455
This month12608


Monday, 11 December 2017 09:13
Member's login


Boys Born 2003

Were you born in 2003?


If so why not join Erin’s Isle’s Under 11s? We train in the all-weather pitch in Erin’s Isle, Farnham Drive, Finglas every Thursday evening at 5:00pm.

Call Robbie Mullins on

087 2687599

or just come along any Thursday evening

Meet the Mentors



Robbie Mullins

has played for Erin’s Isle since the age of 7 and has represented Dublin in football & hurling at Minor & Under 21. Robbie has played senior football and hurling for Erin’s Isle winning a Senior Football Division 2 league title and Senior B Hurling Championship as well as two Feile na Gael, three under 15 championships and numerous league titles. Robbie has been coaching the under 11 boys for the past 4 years and will continue with this team up to under 18. This team have been successful so far winning two competitions and the team has also played in Croke Park.


Podge Kelly

joined Erin's Isle at the age of 11 and had represented a Dublin North West selection by Under 12. He played on the same juvenile team as Robbie, winning the same titles. They were the first team to represent Dublin at both All-Ireland Under 14 Feiles and to win league and championship in both codes at Under 15. Podge has played Senior Hurling for Erin's Isle and still trots out for the Junior Footballers when he's not injured. He has completed the official Croke Park Foundation and Level 1 coaching courses, is a qualified first aider and is trained in the use of a defibrillator.


Damien Lawlor

comes from a soccer background but when his son Craig wanted to play GAA Damien brought him to the local club Erin's Isle. Standing on the side line Damien soon was asked to help by Robbie and Podge during training and general duties on match days. The club also provided coaching courses for interested parents and Damien availed of these. Damien never played for Erin's Isle or in fact any GAA club, but he did play schools GAA football with St Vincent's CBS and one of his many claims to fame is that he played alongside the famous Dessie Farrell in the hallowed grounds of Croke Park in a schools final. He reckons Dessie wouldn't be the man he was if Damo hadn't shown him the ropes.

Meet the team


You have no rights to post comments