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Nemo Rangers GAA

Nemo Rangers
Raonaithe Nemo
Founded: 1922
County: Cork
Nickname: Nemo
Colours: Black and Green
Grounds: Trabeg, South Douglas Road, Cork
Playing kits
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Munster
Football: 7 13 19

Nemo Rangers Hurling and Football Club is a Cork-based Gaelic Athletic Association club on the southside of Cork city, Ireland. The club was founded in 1922 and is primarily concerned with the game of Gaelic football, though interest in hurling has escalated in recent years.


  • History 1
  • Football 2
    • Honours 2.1
    • Notable footballers 2.2
  • Notable Teams 3
  • Hurling 4
    • Honours 4.1
  • References 5
  • External links 6


Nemo Rangers Hurling and Football Club was founded in 1922 following the amalgamation of two Cork clubs - Nemo and Rangers. Within six years the new club made their mark winning the county Intermediate Hurling and Football Championships in 1928, a feat that has never been equalled. Since then 'Nemo' have become most notable as a football club. They are the most successful club in the history of the All-Ireland Senior Club Football Championship, having won the competition a record seven times since its inception in 1971. It has close links with nearby boy's secondary school, Coláiste Chríost Rí.



Notable footballers

Notable Teams




  1. ^ "Nemo ride out ’Courty storm".  
  2. ^ "Gift goal puts Nemo on road to glory".  
  3. ^ "Nemo dig deep to find edge against minnows".  
  4. ^ "Four-in-a-row joy for Nemo".  
  5. ^ "Kerrigan helps Nemo return to top of the pile".  
  6. ^ "Castlehaven frustrated after Mark Collins ‘point’ denied".  
  7. ^ "19th Cork title for Nemo Rangers is one of the sweetest".  
  8. ^ "Nation leads Nemo to glory".  
  9. ^ "Nemo charge to another title".  
  10. ^ "Nemo connect four".  
  11. ^ "Rockies rule thanks to Cormack’s fine finish".  

External links

  • Nemo Rangers GAA site

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