Ballinderreen Hurling Club in South Galway was founded in 1884 and is one of the oldest clubs in the GAA. Ballinderreen Camogie club followed in 1968. Since our inception, we have been a progressive club producing notable players and advancing our outstanding facilities.
In 2022 we were honoured to welcome the Presidents of the GAA, Larry McCarthy, and the Camogie Association, Hilda Breslin, to mark the One Club initiative. We also hosted the inaugural South Galway Bay Music Festival in July. Tickets are available to purchase for the 2023 Festival which will take place 28-30 July.
Proceeds of the festival will go to the building of a new gym, multipurpose room and viewing area for the benefit of all the community.
View the plans
A space for all: Juvenile and Adult Hurling & Camogie Clubs, Ballinderreen National School, South Galway Athletics, Blake Manor (indoor viewing area for matches), Brothers of Charity, Cancer Care West and Ballinderreen Community for generations to come. Please make a donation to support the building of our new facilities.
Galway are the 2022 All-Ireland Intermediate Camogie Champions
Congratulations to Lisa Casserly, Fiona Ryan, Robbie Lane and all the Galway Intermediate Camogie Team. It’s a great honour for our club to have an all Ireland winning captain bring a cup home to Ballinderreen.