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Garryspillane (Irish: Garra Uí Spealáin)

sometimes spelled “Garryspellane”, is a village in South County Limerick, Ireland, located near Knocklong on the R513 road. The village consists of a pub a shop a garage and a co-op the morning star river flows near the village it is a big farming area with plenty of agricultural land.

Garryspillane has yet to be surveyed on Historicgraves.com


Garryspillane is situated in the south of Limerick and is primarily a Hurling Club, the club consists of two parishes Glenbohane/Knocklong and Galbally. The original club knocklong was founded in 1904 but this was changed to Garryspillane in 1952, more info can been found in the Club History page. The club has teams ranging from the under 6’s to the Senior Hurling team. Recent success has seen the bouncers (the club nickname) win the County Limerick Senior Hurling Championship, the County Limerick U21 Hurling Championship and also the All-Ireland Kimacud 7’s Championship. This site contains plenty of info regarding the Club so search the site for a comprehensive look into the Garryspillane Club;  http://garryspillanegaa.ie/