Ballygarvan GAA

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Baile Garbhain
County: Cork
Colours: Red and White
Grounds: Páirc Liam Mhic Cárthaigh
Coordinates: 51°49′27.89″N 8°27′22.77″W / 51.8244139°N 8.4563250°W / 51.8244139; -8.4563250Coordinates: 51°49′27.89″N 8°27′22.77″W / 51.8244139°N 8.4563250°W / 51.8244139; -8.4563250
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Ballygarvan GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the village of Ballygarvan in south County Cork, Ireland. The club participates in Cork GAA competitions and in Carrigdhoun divisional competitions.


The club was founded in 1863 making it among the oldest GAA clubs in Ireland. It is one of the founding clubs of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The club was also present at the first ever meeting of the Cork GAA county board. In addition, the club played in the first ever contested final of the Cork Senior Hurling Championship final. The clubs grounds are Páirc Liam Mhic Carthaigh (Liam McCarthy Park) and the team wears a red and white strip .The club currently plays Hurling in the Cork Intermediate Hurling Championship and Gaelic Football in the Carrigdhoun division. The club also has a very successful Camogie section. and has recently formed a Ladies Gaelic football section. Well known members included Ger Spillane a player with the Cork GAA gaelic football team and winner of a GAA All Stars Awards in 2006 and Stephen White a Cork Hurler.


Highlights in the clubs history include:

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