Blarney GAA

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Blarney GAA
Founded: 1884
County: Cork
Colours: Red and White
Grounds: Blarney
Coordinates: 51°55′44.43″N 8°33′39.57″W / 51.9290083°N 8.5609917°W / 51.9290083; -8.5609917Coordinates: 51°55′44.43″N 8°33′39.57″W / 51.9290083°N 8.5609917°W / 51.9290083; -8.5609917
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Blarney GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the town of Blarney, County Cork, Ireland. The club fields Gaelic football, hurling and camogie teams in competitions organized by Cork GAA county board and the Muskerry divisional board. In 2008,the club won the Premier division of the Cork Intermediate Hurling Championship, and played in the Cork Senior Hurling Championship in 2009.

History[edit]

Blarney GAA was formed in 1884 and is one of the oldest GAA clubs in Ireland.

2008 was a very successful year this the club's roll of honour of 2008

  • Mid Cork U12 Football Champions
  • Mid Cork U12 Hurling League
  • Mid Cork (Seconds)U12 Hurling Champions
  • Mid Cork U16 Hurling Champions
  • Cork Non Exam Hurling League
  • Mid Cork U21 Hurling Champions
  • Cork Premier Intermediate Hurling Champions
  • Munster Intermediate Hurling Champions
  • All-Ireland Intermediate Hurling Champions

2009 Honours to Date:

  • Mid Cork Junior A Football Champions

Achievements[edit]

Notable players[edit]

  • Joe Jordan: Cork Senior Hurler
  • Conor McCarthy:Cork Minor Hurler
  • Mark Coleman:Cork Minor Hurler, Cork U21 Hurler, Cork Senior Hurler
  • Barra O'Connell: Cork Minor Hurler, Cork U21 Hurler

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