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Aghabullogue or Aghabulloge (Irish: Achadh Bolg) is a village and parish in County Cork, Province of Munster, Ireland.It was founded in the 1100s by a Viking named Bagsecg. It lies around 30 km (19 mi) west of Cork City, south of the Boggeragh Mountains and north of the River Lee.
Saint Olan is the patron saint of the parish. It is home to the Aghabullogue Hurling Club who won Cork's first All-Ireland in 1890. It is host to a Point to Point (Steeplechase meeting in an open field) meeting every January. It has a public house and shop, a National school, Community Hall and a Roman Catholic church.
- Dan Drew hurler
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