Ballyhea senior and intermediate championship appearances from 1981-2018.
  59 EAMON  MORRISSEY 56 IAN RONAN 54 BARRY COLEMAN 53 MAURICE O'SULLIVAN 52 NEIL RONAN JNR 52 AIDAN O CONNOR 51 TIMMY SHANAHAN 50 OWEN O'SULLIVAN 49 STEPHEN DENNEHY 47 DARRAN RONAN 47 MICHAEL MORRISSEY 44 JONATHON O SULLIVAN 40 OLLIE MORRISSEY 36 ALEC MORRISSEY 36 JOHNNY O CALLAGHAN 36 GAVIN... Read More...
Roll of Honour
Munster TitlesMunster Intermediate Club Hurling League Champions | 1 (2004)County TitlesCounty Senior Hurling Champions | 1 (1896)County Senior Hurling Runners-Up | 4 (1889, 1895, 1984, 1995)County Intermediate Hurling Champions | 3 (1931, 1980, 2014)County Intermediate Hurling League Div 2... Read More...
Pre GAA Days
In 1980 a massive book - "Sceal na hlomana" by An Br. O Caithnia was published. This book deals with the history of hurling up to 1884, - the year the G.A.A. was founded. It is clear that before 1884 there were two types of hurling. One was a parish to parish game called 'scoubeen'. The other type... Read More...
The Seed is Sown
At three o'clock on Saturday afternoon November 1, 1884 Michael Cusack opened the meeting, that launched the Gaelic Athletic Association, in the billiard room of Miss Hayes' Commercial Hotel, Thurles. Present along with Cusack were Maurice Davin, John Wyse Power, John McKay, J.K. Bracken, Joseph... Read More...
The First County Title
In 1896 Ballyhea made hurling history when they won the Cork Co. Senior Hurling Championship. In the summer of that year Ballyhea were invited to compete in the Charleville Gaelic Tournament. Ballyhea and Doneraile were paired to meet in the opening game of the tournament. Ballyhea team turned up... Read More...
Ballyhea | Where Hurling is a Religion
"Since the foundation of the Ballyhea G.A.A. Club in 1884, The "Black & White" has been worn honourably by young and old and supported far and wide." Ballyhea GAA Club has been in existence for over 115 years. The history of the club published in 1984 say the first GAA meeting took place in... Read More...
An Introduction to Ballyhea GAA Club
"Oh! Ballyhea,'tis well I knew thy hurlers of renown Who bore the "Black and White" to fame on many a Munster townWhen dashing style and skill and speed won many a glorious dayAnd thousands cheered, but no man feared, for peerless Ballyhea." Con O' Brien of Ballynagearagh, The Bard Of Ballyhea,... Read More...


Latest News
Congrats Charleville
Tuesday, 06 October 2020
Congratulations to our neighbours Charleville and local teacher Danny O’Flynn (man of the... Read More...
U-12 football final
Saturday, 03 October 2020
Best of luck to our u12’s in the Rebel Og North football league final in Liscarrol tomorrow... Read More...
Juniors retain North Cork Junior B...
Saturday, 03 October 2020
Our juniors retained the Avondhu junior b hurling title today with a hard earned 1-15 to 1-9... Read More...
Match Results
3/10/20: Avondhu junior B hurling...
Saturday, 03 October 2020
Ballyhea are Avondhu junior B hurling champions for the  second year in a row and the 7th... Read More...
13/9/20: Co op superstores premier...
Sunday, 13 September 2020
Our Senior hurlers will play in the second tier of the Cork hurling C’ship after losing out... Read More...
5/9/20: North Cork Junior B hurling...
Saturday, 05 September 2020
A dramatic finish saw our juniors defeat  Newtown and qualify for the North Cork Junior B... Read More...
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