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Boherbue

Boherbue
An Bóthar Buí
Village
Nickname(s): Boher
Boherbue
Boherbue
Location in Ireland

Coordinates: 52°09′N 9°04′W / 52.150°N 9.067°W / 52.150; -9.067

Country Ireland
Province Munster
County County Cork
Time zone WET (UTC+0)
 • Summer (DST) IST (WEST) (UTC-1)

Boherbue, (Irish: An Bóthar Buí, meaning "the yellow road")[1] sometimes wrongly spelled by its former Anglicisation Boherboy is a village in North West County Cork, Ireland. It is in the barony of Duhallow. Local children are educated at Boherbue Comprehensive School which lies to the east of the village and has approximately 35 teachers and 300 pupils.

Transport and Communications

Boherbue lies on the R577 road, linking Tralee and Mallow.

Sport

Boherbue's main sport is Gaelic Football represented by Boherbue GAA club with the football field situated in Gneeves at the western end of the village on the Knocknagree road. (L1108)

Handball is also played in Boherbue.[2]

References

External links

  • Boherbue website
  • Boherbue Comprehensive School site

Coordinates: 52°09′N 9°04′W / 52.150°N 9.067°W / 52.150; -9.067

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