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Redmonds GAA

Redmonds
Na Reamonaigh
Founded: 1892
County: Cork
Nickname: Sporting Reds
Club colours: Green and White
Grounds: Páirc Uí Laoire, Lehenaghmore, Cork
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
champions
Cork
champions
Football : 0 0 5

Redmonds is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Cork in County Cork, Ireland. The club participates in Cork GAA competitions and in Seandún divisional board competitions. The club is now participating in Junior B hurling competitions in Seandún competitions, and have merged with Ballyphehane club for Gaelic football purposes.

Contents

  • History 1
    • Honours 1.1
  • Notable players 2
  • References 3

History

Redmonds GAA have been in the Senior Hurling Championship Finals 10 times from their first finals appearance in 1892 to their last finals appearance in 1927. In the early years of the Gaelic Athletic Association clubs represented their county in the All-Ireland championships. Therefore Redmonds were the Cork representatives on several occasions, and in 1892 were All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship winners.

Honours

Notable players

References

  • [1]
Preceded by
Midleton
Cork Senior Champions
1917
Succeeded by
Carrigtwohill


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