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Ballyhale (Irish: Baile hÉil) is a village in County Kilkenny in Ireland. It is south of the city of Kilkenny, roughly half way between Kilkenny and Waterford. The Parish of Ballyhale is made up of three areas; Knockmoylan and the villages of Ballyhale and Knocktopher.
Ballyhale railway station opened on 20 May 1853, but finally closed on 1 January 1963.
Ballyhale is a stop on the Tramore - Waterford - Carlow - Dublin - Dublin Airport JJ Kavanagh and Sons route and on the Bus Éireann Waterford - Carlow - Dublin - Dublin Airport route 4. There are several daily services on each route. Ballyhale is also served daily by the Bus Éireann Waterford - Athlone route 73 and on Thursday by the Waterford - Knocktopher - Thomastown local route, 365. ,
Ballyhale Shamrocks GAA are the local Gaelic Athletic Association club. Kilkenny, an eventing horse ridden by James C. Wofford in the 1968 and 1972 Olympic Games, was bred by William Dempsey of Ballyhale.
Scoil Phádraig is a mixed primary school located in the southern part of Ballyhale on the N9 road towards Waterford. The old school building was built in 1948 and a new school building was added to this in 1993, with six classrooms. In 2006 the school won a Green Flag for recycling and environmental awareness.