Ballydesmond GAA

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Ballydesmond GAA
Baile Deasmumhan
Ballydesmond GAA logo.jpg
Founded: 1964
County: Cork
Club colours: Blue and Yellow
Grounds: Páirc Nóra Ní Iarlaithe
Coordinates: 52°10′52.33″N 9°13′47.63″W / 52.1812028°N 9.2298972°W / 52.1812028; -9.2298972Coordinates: 52°10′52.33″N 9°13′47.63″W / 52.1812028°N 9.2298972°W / 52.1812028; -9.2298972
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Ballydesmond GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Ballydesmond in Cork, Ireland. Its Gaelic Football team participates in competitions organized by Cork GAA, and is a member of Duhallow division. The club is located very close to the border with Kerry and thus is very involved in the intense rivalry between the counties. Handball is also a prominent sport within the club. The team won the Duhallow Junior A Football Championship in 2007 and now compete's in the Cork Intermediate Football Championship since 2008. Star player Donncha O'Connor plays for the Cork Senior Football Team.[1][2]

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  1. ^ "Kanturk and Ballydesmond are in celebratory". Corkman. 2010-01-21. Retrieved 2010-02-08. 
  2. ^ "Stena O'Donoghue takes the reins at Ballydesmond". Corkman. 2010-01-14. Retrieved 2010-02-08.