Beale GAA

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Beale
Beal CLG
Founded: 1972
County: Kerry
Nickname: Ballybunion Greats
Colours: Green, Red and Black
Grounds: Stack Park
Coordinates: 52°30′20.56″N 9°40′18.64″W / 52.5057111°N 9.6718444°W / 52.5057111; -9.6718444Coordinates: 52°30′20.56″N 9°40′18.64″W / 52.5057111°N 9.6718444°W / 52.5057111; -9.6718444
Playing kits
Standard colours

Beale GAA (Irish: Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Biaille)are a Gaelic Football club that are based in Ballybunion, County Kerry, Ireland.

History[edit]

Honours[edit]

Notable players[edit]

Some former or current notable players who played for the senior team are:

  • Bob Stack Born In New York to Irish Parents and moved to Ballybunion Co Kerry aged 16 to run the family farm winning 6 All Ireland medals for Kerry four consecutive. The Beale club grounds carries his name "Stack Park".
  • Eoin Liston
  • Denis 'Ogie' Moran

Current team[edit]

Beale are currently competing in the County Junior Championship and are playing in Division Two. But Beale have been relegated this season and will be playing Division Three next season, 2010. and Division 4 in 2011 and 2012

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hungry Beale end 25-year famine". Irish Examiner. 12 January 2015. Retrieved 14 January 2015.