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Aughrim County Ground

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Aughrim County Ground
Páirc Imeartha Contae Eachroma
Joule Park Aughrim, O'Byrne Park
LocationRednagh Road, Aughrim, County Wicklow, Ireland
Coordinates52°51′9.58″N 6°20′7.29″W / 52.8526611°N 6.3353583°W / 52.8526611; -6.3353583
Public transitnone
OwnerWicklow GAA
Capacity10,000
Field size145 x 86 m (159 x 94 yds)
Surfacegrass

Aughrim County Ground, known for sponsorship reasons as Joule Park Aughrim,[1] is a GAA stadium in Aughrim, County Wicklow, Ireland.[2] Aughrim County Ground is the name of the home of Gaelic Games for County Wicklow (Gaelic football, Hurling, Camogie, Ladies Football) team. The ground has a capacity of about 10,000. The name "O'Byrne Park" was occasionally used in the past, but this has never been the official name: this mistake that came about because of the Irish name for the local village of Aughrim, "Aughrim of the O'Byrnes" (Eachdhruim Uí Bhroin). Also known locally as "The Pitch", or just "The Field". [3][4]

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  1. ^ "A shared vision - Independent.ie".
  2. ^ Ryan, Eddie (1 September 2014). The Little Book of GAA Facts. Mercier Press Ltd. ISBN 9781781172902 – via Google Books.
  3. ^ "Some historical facts about Aughrim". aughrim.ie. Archived from the original on 23 July 2014. Retrieved 8 December 2020.
  4. ^ admin. "New Aughrim County Ground Stand Officially Opened - Wicklow GAA Online".[permanent dead link]
This page was last edited on 18 December 2020, at 04:49
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