Mount Sion GAA

Mount Sion
Cnoc Sion
Founded: 1932
County: Waterford
Colours: Blue and white
Grounds: Marian Park, Waterford
Coordinates: 52°15′39.84″N 7°08′01.90″W / 52.2610667°N 7.1338611°W / 52.2610667; -7.1338611Coordinates: 52°15′39.84″N 7°08′01.90″W / 52.2610667°N 7.1338611°W / 52.2610667; -7.1338611
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
Football: - - 5
Hurling: - 2 35

Mount Sion (Irish: Cnoc Sion) is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in Waterford City, County Waterford, Ireland, founded by Brs O'Connor and Malone, teachers in the above school. Although technically separate from the school, the club still maintains a close relationship with the school, sharing the same sports facilities in the city.

The club fields teams in both the Waterford Hurling and Gaelic football championships and has had many famous players, including John Keane, Philly Grimes, Tony Browne and Ken McGrath.

Notable Players


Preceded by
Ballygunner GAA
Waterford Senior Hurling Championship
Succeeded by
Ballyduff GAA
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