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Founded in 1885, the year following the birth of the association, the name Arravale Rovers Hurling and football club first appeared in Gaelic annals in 1886 and since that time has had a long and honoured connection with the GAA. In 1895 the club…

Organised sport was practically unheard of in nineteenth century Ireland. One might say that the whole country suffered from a stagnation of which both Michael Cusack and Archbishop Croke were acutely aware, and deplored. Archbishop Croke noted:…

Ballinahinch GAA club is located in the parish of Killoscully & Ballinahinch in North Tipperary, bordering Silvermines, Newport, Ballina and Sean Treacy’s. It has a population of less than 500 people. For the past few years we have fielded…

Ballylooby GAA club was first affiliated to the South Tipperary board in 1941. The Rehill Unknowns had been playing since 1934, and some players from Ballylooby parish had lined out with Rehill during the late 30’s. The introduction of the…

Burgess GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association Club located in the areas of Burgess-Burgessbeg, Youghalarra and Newtown, County Tipperary, Ireland. It fields Gaelic Football and Hurling teams in the North Division of Tipperary GAA.

Carrick Davins GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the town of Carrick-on-Suir in South County Tipperary Ireland. It is one of three GAA clubs in the town, one of which, St Molleran’s, is in County Waterford in the southern…

The Carrick Swans, formerly known as Greenside Rovers, was founded in 1929, initially as a Junior team. Our first title in 1932 elevated us to Senior level and it took us just a further year to capture our first Senior title in 1933, thus, the…

Clonakenny GAA Club is a club with a strong tradition of hurling and football. Located in Tipperary and being one of the smallest parishes in the county, we pride ourselves on our ability to compete well at all levels. Located in the…

Affiliated to the GAA in 1934, the club’s first taste of county success came in the form of a minor title in 1935. A County Junior title followed in 1940, before the first of the club’s 15 Senior titles in 1944. Arguably the club’s…

GAA Centenary Year celebrations and events, organised in 1984 to celebrate and commemorate a momentous event, proved the catalyst or inspiration for the foundation of Clonmel Og. Br. C O’Grady, Br. H. Somers, Br. P. Gleeson, Fr. M. Kennedy,…