Seandún GAA

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Seandun GAA is a Gaelic football and Hurling division in the city of Cork, Ireland. It is one of eight divisions of Cork County Board. It organizes competitions for the clubs within the division, from Under 12 up to the adult level. The winners of these competitions compete against other divisional champions to determine which club is the county champion. In addition, the division selects football and hurling teams from the adult teams playing at junior level or county intermediate level, and these then compete for the Cork Senior Football Championship and Cork Senior Hurling Championship. Many of the best known clubs in Cork are part of this division - Nemo Rangers, Blackrock, Glen Rovers are examples. The division derives its name from Shandon, whose bells are a symbol of Cork City.

History[edit]

Junior A Football Championship

Achievements[edit]

The division has never made a final of either the Cork Senior Football Championship or Cork Senior Hurling Championship. In 1934, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1975 and 1976 it was defeated in the hurling semi-final. The only time it has qualified for a football semi-final was in 1968. Clubs from the division have dominated all grades of Cork club championships.

Member Clubs[edit]

Competitions[edit]

  • City Junior Football Championship
  • City Junior Hurling Championship

Seandun Cup Football Flor Mc Carthy Cup

References[edit]

Under 21 Hurling A Championship Under 21 Hurling B Championship

Under 21 Football A Championship Under 21 Football B Championship

Tomas Mc Curtin Junior A Hurling Tomas Mc Sweeny Junior A Football

External Sources[edit]

Seandún GAA Website