|This article relies on references to primary sources. (March 2008)|
|An Bóthar Leathan - Dumha Aille|
|Club colours:||Blue and Gold|
|Senior Club Championships|
Boherlahan-Dualla GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club associated with the village located between the towns of Thurles and Cashel in County Tipperary, Republic of Ireland. The parish of Boherlahan-Dualla is one of the largest in Tipperary. The Boherlahan-Dualla parish borders eight parishes from three separate divisions, Holycross-Ballycahill GAA and Moycarkey-Borris GAA to the North who play in the Mid-Tipperary Division, to the West it borders Knockavilla-Donaskeigh Kickhams GAA, Clonoulty-Rossmore GAA, Golden Kilfeacle and Cashel King Cormacs GAA all of whom play in the West, and to the East Killenaule GAA who play in the South Tipperary division.
The Mid Tipperary G.A.A. Board was founded in 1907 but Boherlahan, as a club, did not come into existence until 1912. Its first chairman was Tommy O'Dwyer. Though Boherlahan contested the Mid final in 1912 they were defeated by the Thurles "Blues" but in the following year, 1913, they defeated The Jockey 5-4 to 1-0 for their first Mid title. Boherlahan won successive Mid titles up until 1919, except for 1915 when our club opted into the south division and took the county title as well as the south title that year. Boherlahan again opted for the south division during the decade 1924 to 1934 so their next mid success was 1941 when Philly O'Dwyer led a team powered by Mahers, Coffeys, O'Dwyers and Loobys to mid and county success. Surviving members of that team are John, Flor Coffey, and Ned O'Dwyer.
Twelve unsuccessful years were to follow but in 1953 they again took the mid title defeating Sarsfields at Templemore. Similar success wasn't repeated until 1995 when they defeated rivals Loughmore to take the Corn Sheain Ui Laochda home to Tubberadora for the first time. The trophy (presented by the Leahy family to the division forty years previously) has not been regained since, as the club lost in 1996 and 1997 to Sarsfields and Holycross respectively.
Having been beaten in the 1995 by Nenagh Eire Og GAA which motivated the team to regroup and again challenge for the ultimate prize in Tipperary Senior hurling, Boherlahan was to be victories in the 1996 County Final in which a very talented team captained by Goalkeeper Philly Ryan was successful against Toomevara GAA on a scoreline of 1-16 to 2-12. Future success was expected to follow however this did not happen and the club was to remain very competitive however no major success was to be achieved. Most of the players involved in the 1996 team have now retired from senior hurling with some notable exceptions who remain vital parts of the senior club at both senior and junior codes, others are now involved in training teams and also the management of teams.
Cuurently Boherlahan is going through a famine period, especially at senior level where titles have been few and far between. Moderate success has occurred at Juvenile levels but for a club steeped in tradition this period has proved disappointing, but the club in the past few years has become more determined than ever to return to challenging for titles again. Extensive work has been put in at all levels and across a wide range of areas. Fundraising was also pursued with the club lotto, membership fees and sponsorship providing funding for the club. This money has been invested into the development of the club with the purchasing of equipment in the form of hurleys and sliotars and other items, facilities have been greatly improved including the recent upgrading of the dressing rooms and the stand area and also with the construction of a hurling wall. There now is also a pitch in the village of Dualla which has proven a very useful resource. Also player welfare programs are in place to cater for players injured while representing the club at any level. The club has also set up a website "www.boherlahandualla.tipperary.gaa.ie" which contains lots of constantly updated content, the club also has a Facebook page containing fixtures, results and other team information. Future plans are also in place for the upgrading of the clubs floodlights however this will be subject to funding and other factors. A particular focus has been put in at underage levels with the increase in population in the Boherlahan village and especially in the Dualla area all underage teams possess high numbers which has had a positive impact on players development. Recruitment of coaches and selectors was also undertaken and most teams have five people involved in coaching and administration. Boherlahan-Dualla has teams playing in hurling at U-6, U-8, U-10, U-12, U-14, U-16, U-18, U-21, Junior A and Senior grades. In football it has teams at U-6, U-8, U-10, U-12, U-14, U-16, U-18, U-21, and Intermediate grades.
Also in the past few years Boherlahan-Dualla now has its own camogie and ladies football teams. In past years Boherlahans talented players were scooped up by border clubs but it is now the case that players from other areas have come to play for the club and be part of its future. Boherlahans teams have made great progress in the past few years since the teams were set up and credit must go to the commitment of the local people who remain dedicated to the progression of these teams and have made them as competitive as they are today.
Notable Players 
Johnny Leahy - Tipperary - (1914–1926)
Jimmy Maher - Tipperary - (1940–1946)
Sonny Maher - Tipperary - (1947–1951)
Flor Coffey - Tipperary - (1941–1950)
Aidan Flanagan - Tipperary - (1996–1997)
Conor Gleeson - Tipperary - (1995–2004)
Dara Hickey - Tipperary - (2006–2009)
Tossy SOFTBOY Ryan - Tipperary - (2013-to date)
Jason Hayes - Tipperary - (2012-to date)
- Tipperary Senior Hurling Championship:
- Winner (16): 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1901, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1922, 1924, 1925, 1927, 1928, 1941, 1996
Includes titles won as Tubberadora, Suir View, Ballytarsna, and Boherlahan-Dualla