Ferns St. Aidan's GAA
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Ferns St. Aidan's is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Ferns, County Wexford, Ireland. The club was founded in 1886 and fields teams in hurling, Gaelic football and they won the football intermediate championship in 1894 captained by the great Brian Murphy
Ferns St. Aidan's has three full-sized adult pitches (one of which is the exact dimensions of Croke Park, and is regularly used by county teams for training) as well as a smaller, underage, pitch. The club also have a hurling wall for practice sessions, a clubhouse with four dressing rooms and a meeting room, two tennis courts and a walkway around the grounds.
Ferns St. Aidan's field various teams in hurling, Gaelic football, and camogie at all age groups from under-8 right up to adult level. It is estimated that there are in the region of 300 players involved in the club altogether.
they have the county championship 25 times and Leinster championship 18 times and 3 timed all Ireland champions most recently 1934
- "Local Activities in Ferns". Ferns Village website. Retrieved 5 October 2014.