Cappawhite GAA

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Cappawhite
An Cheapach
County: Tipperary
Club colours: White and Blue
Grounds: Cappawhite
Coordinates: 52°34′42.90″N 8°09′54.35″W / 52.5785833°N 8.1650972°W / 52.5785833; -8.1650972Coordinates: 52°34′42.90″N 8°09′54.35″W / 52.5785833°N 8.1650972°W / 52.5785833; -8.1650972
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Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
champions
Tipperary
champions
Hurling : - - 1

Cappawhite GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club is located in the village of Cappawhite, County Tipperary, bordering on County Limerick in Ireland. It competes in the West Division Gaelic football and hurling competitions of Tipperary GAA. The club's tradition is in hurling, having won major honours through the decades. However, the club achieved major football success in the 1970s when the West Division Senior Football championship was also won.

Cappawhite's famous full-back of yesteryear, John Kelly was Tipperary' No.3 when they won the County's 22nd All-Ireland championship in 1971 and he also figured on the University College Cork Senior team that won the Fitzgibbon Cup (Inter-varsities Championship.

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