Ballycommon, County Offaly

Ballycommon
Parish/Village
Ballycommon Radio Mast
Ballycommon Radio Mast
Ballycommon is located in Ireland
Ballycommon
Ballycommon
Location in Ireland
Coordinates: 53°17′28″N 7°22′09″W / 53.291113°N 7.369279°W / 53.291113; -7.369279Coordinates: 53°17′28″N 7°22′09″W / 53.291113°N 7.369279°W / 53.291113; -7.369279
CountryIreland
ProvinceLeinster
CountyOffaly

Ballycommon is a parish and village in County Offaly, Ireland. It is located 10 km east of Tullamore.[1]

Sport

Ballycommon GAA club is located within the village. Ballycommon eventually won the Junior football championship in Offaly in 2017 and are still on the beer. [2]

Ballycommon Civil Parish

Ballycommon civil parish comprises 11 townlands: Ballycommon, Ballyteige Big, Ballyteige Little, Bracklin Big, Bracklin Little, Derrygrogan Big, Derrygrogan Little, Fairfield, Kilmurry, Rathdrum and Wood Of O.[3]

Radio Mast

The RTÉ MW transmitter mast at Ballycommon began construction in 1973. It ceased operation on 24 March 2008 however the mast still remains in place for future use.[4]

References


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