Ballyduff Upper GAA

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Ballyduff Upper GAA Club
Baile Ui Dhuibh CLCG
Ballyduff crest.JPG
Nickname:The Village
Colours:Red and White
Coordinates:52°08′30.30″N 8°03′06.26″W / 52.1417500°N 8.0517389°W / 52.1417500; -8.0517389Coordinates: 52°08′30.30″N 8°03′06.26″W / 52.1417500°N 8.0517389°W / 52.1417500; -8.0517389
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
Football: - - 1
Hurling: - - 3

Ballyduff Upper GAA Club is a GAA club based in the west County Waterford village of Ballyduff, Republic of Ireland. The club has won the Waterford Senior Hurling Championship three times, in 1982, 1987 and most recently in 2007. While mainly a hurling club, the club has had some success in Gaelic football, winning the Waterford Senior Football Championship in 1924.

Ballyduff won the 2007 Waterford Senior Championship after beating Ballygunner on a scoreline of 1-18 to 1-14. Ballyduff are the first West Waterford side to win the county championship since 1993. The title is seen as a great achievement considering Ballyduff only won the Waterford Intermediate Championship in 2005.Ballyduff Upper Club was awarded the 'Club of the Year award' in 2005


Ballyduff Upper Club was awarded the 'Club of the Year award' in 2005.

Notable hurlers[edit]

All Stars[edit]

Other inter-county players[edit]

Mucksie mcCormack

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Preceded by
Ballygunner GAA
Waterford Senior Hurling Championship
Succeeded by
De La Salle GAA