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Fenor GAA Club Fionnúir CLG County: Waterford Club colours: White and green trim Grounds: William Flynn Park Coordinates: 52°09′39.31″N 7°13′22.26″W / 52.1609194°N 7.22285°W / 52.1609194; -7.22285Coordinates: 52°09′39.31″N 7°13′22.26″W / 52.1609194°N 7.22285°W / 52.1609194; -7.22285 Playing kits Standard colours Senior Club Championships All Ireland Munster champions Waterford champions Football : - - 1 Fenor GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in the small east Waterford, Ireland village of Fenor. The club enters teams in both Gaelic football and hurling each year, both of which compete in their respective junior championships. Fenor's greatest achievement was winning the Waterford Senior Football Championship in 1932. Honours Waterford Senior Football Championships: 1 1932 Notable players This section has no content. You can help Wikipedia by introducing information to it. External links Fenor GAA official website v • d • e Waterford GAA Clubs Hurling Senior Hurling Championship Abbeyside • Ballyduff Lower • Ballyduff Upper • Ballygunner • De La Salle • Fourmilewater • Lismore • Mount Sion • Passage • Rinn Ó gCuanach • Stradbally • Tallow Intermediate Hurling Championship Abbeyside "B" • Ardmore • Ballydurn • Ballygunner "B" • Ballysaggart • Brickey Rangers • Cappoquin • Clashmore  • Clonea-Power • Colligan • De La Salle "B"  • Dungarvan • Dunhill • Erin's Own • Ferrybank • Geraldines • Kilgobinet • Kill  • Lismore "B" • Modeligo • Mount Sion "B" • Portlaw • Roanmore • Shamrocks • St. Marys • St. Mollerans • St. Saviours • Tourin/Glen Rovers • Tramore Gaelic Football Senior Football Championship Ardmore • Ballinacourty • Brickey Rangers • Clashmore • Gaultier • Kilrossanty • The Nire • Rathgormack • Rinn Ó gCuanach • Stradbally • St. Brendans • St. Saviours  • Tramore Intermediate Football Championship Bonmahon • Ballinameela • Ballyduff Lower • Butlerstown • De La Salle • Dungarvan • Dunhill • Erin's Own • Emmetts • Ferrybank • Geraldines • John Mitchels • Kilgobinet • Kill • Kilmacthomas • Lismore • John Mitchels "B" • Newtown • Portlaw • St. Mollerans • St. Saviours "B" • Sliabh gCua • Stradbally "B" Other Junior Clubs Hurling and Gaelic Football Fenor • Mt. Melleray • Old Parish • St. Pauls • Tourin/Ballinwillan Underage Clubs/Amalgamations Hurling and Gaelic Football An Gaeltacht • Ballyduff/Butlerstown • Comeragh Gaels • Dunhill/Fenor • Lismore/Ballysaggart • Naomh Bríd • Sacred Heart • St. Olivers • Tallow/Shamrocks Colleges Hurling and Gaelic Football Waterford IT Past Clubs Hurling and Gaelic Football Avonmore • Ballycoe • Ballymacaw • Ballytruckle • Blackwater Ramblers • Clodagh Campaigners • De La Salle (school) • Erin's Hope • Faughs • Gracedieu • O'Rourkes • St. Otterans • St. Stephens • Shandon Rovers • T. F. Meaghers • Villerstown • Windgap • Young Irelands • This Gaelic Athletic Association club related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e