The men’s Gaelic football club is a great club that provides opportunities for players of all standards to play the game. It currently has 2 fresher teams, an intermediate team and a senior team. The club welcomes all new members and the emphasises is placed on the enjoyment element of playing along with the competitiveness.
“There are top class facilities here in WIT with the new sports campus which has made training and playing games more enjoyable. I have had the best craic over the last 4 years and that is all thanks to the GAA Club”
- Donnacha Tobin, Meath Senior Footballer.
Sean Culleton (Wexford):
A tight corner back who never gives an inch that has broken into the Wexford team through his performances with his club in Newross, Geraldine O’Hanrahans. He excelled for the college in either full back or corner back position this year.
Liam McGrath (Tipperary):
An All-Ireland minor winning captain with Tipperary in 2011 who has also been called up to the senior squad this year. A hard working forward who leads by actions and puts the team first. Was a dual player competing for WIT in both codes this year.
Stephen Prendergast (Waterford):
The Kilrossanty man has excelled for the college over the last number of seasons at centre back and full bak. He is a hard working player who leads by example on and off the field. He is currently a member of the Waterford senior panel where he is often deployed in the full back line.
Brendan McGarr (Waterford):
The Wicklow native has been a leading player for the college over the last number of years, this has seen him force his way into the Waterford setup following his transfer to Kilrossanty recently. He played at centre forward for the college this year and gave some excellent displays throughout the year.
Evan Costello (Laois):
Evan is one of those classy forwards that is able to take a score from all positions on the pitch. He is also an accurate free taker off both the right and left foot, a huge addition to any team. After Evan's displays with his club and county under U-21's he has been called into the Laois senior squad.
Gavin Nugent (Waterford):
The Rathgormack man has been a big player for WIT this year. His attitude to training is top class. Gavin is one of those top class forwards that no back would like to mark as he has pace to burn and has a keen eye for goal. Gavin is also one of those players that is a versatile forward in that he can play in all six positions with ease.
AJ Lehane Player Profile
1. Name: Aj Lehane
2. Course: Ord. Bachelor Business Degree
3. Nicknames: Babyface, Adge
4. High Point in Sporting Career: All- Ireland feila winners medal in under 14
5. Third Level Honours? Vice captain of football fresher’s
6. Other Achievements? Playing with wexford youths and playing county football
7. Other Sports? Soccer, beer pong
8. Favourite Player To Watch Growing Up? Brian Malone (club hero of mine)& Darragh O’Shea
9. Favourite Cartoon As A Kid? Pokemon
10. My Earliest Sporting Memory Is? Duno about earliest but reaching the mini world cup final in under 10 great atmosphere once I graced the pitch
11. Funniest person is the WIT GAA Club is? John Horan had the whole bus in stitches that night coming home form limerick
12. When You Were Growing Up What Did You Want To Be? An astronaut
13. My Most Treasured Possession? contacts
14. Biggest Insult? Being told I can’t bit my nails
15. My Signature food dish Is? Sheppard’s pie
16. Stranded On An Island, What Are Your 3 Essential Items? a jet ski , a ball and my phone for the casual chat
17. Stranded On An Island, Who Would You Most Like To Keep You Company? The Megan fox out of the transformer film