Roanmore GAA

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Roanmore GAA Club
Ruánmhór CLCG
Founded: 1970
County: Waterford
Club colours: Light Blue and White
Grounds: Pairc Ui Mhurchu
Coordinates: 52°15′32.71″N 7°08′17.62″W / 52.2590861°N 7.1382278°W / 52.2590861; -7.1382278Coordinates: 52°15′32.71″N 7°08′17.62″W / 52.2590861°N 7.1382278°W / 52.2590861; -7.1382278
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
champions
Waterford
champions
Hurling : - - 2

Roanmore GAA (Irish: Ruánmhór) is a GAA club based in the west outskirts of Waterford City, Republic of Ireland. Formed in 1970, the club made rapid progress, achieving Senior Hurling status in 1980. The club's greatest achievement was winning back to back Waterford Senior Hurling Championships in 1989 and 1990.

The club has provided many players to the Waterford Senior Hurling Panel over the years, most notably, Noel Crowley and Kieran Delahunty. In 2010 Roanmore secured a return to the senior ranks with a victory over Ardmore in the Intermediate County final in Dungarvan.

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