Ballyboughal GAA

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Ballyboughal GAA
Founded: 1935
County: Dublin
Colours: Green and White
Grounds: Ballyboughal

Ballyboughal GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based at Ballyboughal, County Dublin, Ireland, serving Ballyboughal and its surrounding areas.

At adult level the club has two football teams competing in AFL3 and AFL9 and the Dublin Intermediate Football Championship and one ladies football team.

History

Achievements

Ballyboughal have won the Dublin Intermediate Football Championship in 1968 and 1972 and the Dublin Junior Football Championship in 1967 and 2009.

Honours include:

  • 1967 Junior Championship Final
  • 1967 Junior Championship Winning Team
  • 1967 McArdle Cup Final
  • 1968 Intermediate Championship Semi-Final and Final
  • 1968 Intermediate Championship Winning Team
  • 1972 Intermediate Championship Final
  • 1972 Dublin Intermediate Football Championship Winning Team
  • 1991 Fingal Minor Football Champions
  • 2009 Junior A Football Champions
  • 2009 Adult Football League Division 5 Champions
  • 2010 Adult Football League Division 4 Champions

Notable players

  • Leo Hickey - All Ireland 1963
  • Gerry Seaver

External links

  • Official website
  • Official Dublin GAA Website
  • GAA Website

References

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