Cashel King Cormacs GAA

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Cashel King Cormacs
Caiseal Rí Cormaic
County: Tipperary
Nickname: The Kings
Club colours: Red and Green
Grounds: Leahy Park
Coordinates: 52°30′35.44″N 7°52′37.18″W / 52.5098444°N 7.8769944°W / 52.5098444; -7.8769944Coordinates: 52°30′35.44″N 7°52′37.18″W / 52.5098444°N 7.8769944°W / 52.5098444; -7.8769944
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
champions
Tipperary
champions
Hurling : - 1 1

Cashel King Cormacs GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the town of Cashel, County Tipperary in Ireland. They play their games in Leahy Park, on the Clonmel Road in Cashel.

Extensive work has been carried out in the last few years, with the addition of a new clubhouse and main stand the highlight. Notable games have been held here in the last few years and it has become the annual venue for both the County Senior Club Football Final and the Munster Colleges Senior Hurling Dr. Harty Cup Final

Camogie[edit]

Cashel Camogie club won the All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship in 2007[1] and 2009.[2] They won further Munster senior club championships in 2001, 2002, 2005 and 2006. The sport was revived in 1971 after a team emerged from the Presentation Convent by Willie Prendergast, Sr Mary Brennan and Sr Maureen McGrath.[3] The school enjoyed successful years, winning Munster and All-Ireland colleges’ titles with Julia O’Dwyer, Anne Moloney and Geraldine Ryan and TJ Connolly organised or coached successful sides.

Honours[edit]

Hurling[edit]

Football[edit]

  • West Tipperary Senior Football Championship: 1
    • 1992
  • Tipperary Under 21 Football Championship: 1
    • 1990
  • West Tipperary Intermediate Football Championship: 1
    • 2006, 2012

2005 All Ireland Ginger Long Puck - Cooley Mountains - Winner: Christy "Cricky" Ryan

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cashel 1-18 Athenry 0-9 report in Irish Independent, Irish Times and on camogie.ie, preview in Irish Independent
  2. ^ 2009 Cashel 0-11 Athenry 0-9 report in Irish Times Irish Independent, RTE online and Tipperary Star
  3. ^ Moran, Mary (2011). A Game of Our Own: The History of Camogie. Dublin, Ireland: Cumann Camógaíochta. p. 460.  978-1-908591-00-5

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