Tourin/Ballinwillin GAA

County: Waterford
Colours: Red and White
Coordinates: 52°07′42.66″N 7°52′09.04″W / 52.1285167°N 7.8691778°W / 52.1285167; -7.8691778Coordinates: 52°07′42.66″N 7°52′09.04″W / 52.1285167°N 7.8691778°W / 52.1285167; -7.8691778
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
Hurling: - - 1

Tourin/Ballinwillin GAA Club is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in West Waterford, Ireland between Cappoquin and Lismore. It has one Waterford Senior Hurling Championship title which was won in 1950. The club colours are red and white vertical stripes. The club goes by the name of Tourin for hurling and Ballinwillin for Gaelic Football. More details at Tourin GAA


2009 marked a new departure in the history of the club as Tourin joined forces with another local club, Mount Melleray GAA. The new club take part in the Junior Premier section in the Waterford Hurling and Football Championships. On 10 October 2009, Tourin won the Western Junior hurling final, beating Ballinameela GAA by 2-18 to 2-14 at Fraher Field. Two weeks later, Tourin Glen Rovers added the Waterford Junior Hurling Championship title, defeating Kill by 3 points. They will now play in the Waterford Intermediate Hurling Championship for 2010]

Notable Players


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