St. James GAA (Cork)

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St. James GAA (Cork) is a Gaelic Athletic Association based in the parish of Ardfield - Rathbarry, in Cork, Republic of Ireland. The club has both hurling and Gaelic football teams. The club is part of Cork GAA and also part of the Carbery GAA division. Whilst the club has traditionally being primarily a Gaelic football one, hurling has grown in the 21st century. The club, like the parish has often been nicknamed "the Mountain". They are competitive in both Junior 'A' codes in the division.

History[edit]

Achievements[edit]

  • All-Ireland Junior B Hurling Championship Runners-up 2005
  • Munster Junior B Hurling Championship Winners 2005
  • Cork Junior B Hurling Championship Winners 2005
  • Carbery Junior B Hurling Championship Winners 2005
  • Carbery Junior B Football Championship Winners 1929, 1946, 1948, 1981, 2005 Runners-Up 1968, 1970, 1975, 1997
  • Carbery Junior D Football Championship Winners 2009 Runners-Up 2001, 2006
  • Carbery Minor C Hurling Championship Winners 1996, 2001 Runners-Up 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009
  • Carbery Minor C Football Championship Winners 1995, 2000, 2006
  • Carbery Under-21 B Hurling Championship Winners 2002 Runners-Up 2000
  • Carbery Under-21 B Football Championship Winners 2005 Runners-Up 2008
  • Carbery Under-21 C Football Championship Winners 1995 Runners-Up 2014[1]
  • Carbery Under-21 C Hurling Championship Winners 1998

Notable players[edit]

  • James Hayes - First member of the club to play in Croke Park.

References[edit]

External Sources[edit]

St. James club website