Ferbane GAA

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Ferbane/Belmont
Féar Bán/Lios Dearg
County: Offaly
Colours: Green and White
Grounds: Ferbane GAA Grounds
Moystown GAA Grounds
Coordinates: 53°16′09.87″N 7°49′09.22″W / 53.2694083°N 7.8192278°W / 53.2694083; -7.8192278Coordinates: 53°16′09.87″N 7°49′09.22″W / 53.2694083°N 7.8192278°W / 53.2694083; -7.8192278
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Leinster
champions
Offaly
champions
Football: - - 11

Ferbane/Belmont GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association football club located in Ferbane in County Offaly, Ireland, 13 miles from Birr. The Ferbane GAA field is located in the town of Ferbane on the Ballycumber Road. Ferbane play in the Offaly championship.

Honours[edit]

Football[edit]

Ferbane enjoyed most of their success in the '80s and start of '90s where they won a 5 in a row of Offaly Senior Football Championship titles from 1986–90 and also a Leinster Senior Club Football Championship title in 1986 beating Portlaoise. Gallen community school also brought the senior all-Ireland vocational schools title to Ferbane where they beat Clonakilty cc in Croke Park. all Ireland runners up 2012. More recently Gallen community school have won the 2016 post primary schools B football title beating Mountbellew in the final.

Hurling[edit]

U21 County title in 2003 (vs Drumcullen in Páirc Naomh Raonagh in Banagher)

Intermediate County Title in 2004 (vs Kilcormac/Kiloughey in Páirc Naomh Raonagh in Banagher)

Minor A runners up in 2015 vs Na Fianna

Hurling[edit]

The Hurling club in the Ferbane Parish is known as Belmont. Named after the village of Belmont which is the Hurling stronghold of the Ferbane Parish

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