CLG Baile Buadáin Naomh Éanna
Ballyboden St. Endas GAA, Camogie and Ladies Football Club
1969 from the merger of Ballyboden Wanderers (1910) and Rathfarnham St. Endas (1966)
Ballyboden, Rathfarnham, Knocklyon, Ballycullen, Ballyroan, Firhouse
Football - Michael Darragh Macauley, Conal Keaney, Colin Moran, Declan O’Mahony, Ciaran Maher, Brian Stynes, Paul Bealin, Jim Stynes, Sean Doherty as well as Armagh’s Enda McNulty
Hurling – David Sweeney, Conal Keaney, Stephen Hiney, Simon Daly, Darragh Spain, Stephen Perkins, David Curtin, Gary Maguire,
Camogie – Irene Kirwan, Siobhan O'Dwyer, Sinead nic Niallaigh, Ciara Lucey, Fiona Ní Chorcoráin, Elaine Hickey, Eimear Ring, Síle Nic Coitir, Anne Griffin, Emer Lucey, Fiona Ní Shúilleabháin
Ladies Football – Martina Farrell (captain of Dublin team that won the Leinster Final for the first time 2002), Orla Smith, Gemma Fay, Louise Kelly, Sorcha Timmins, Karen Hopkins, Fiona Ní Chorcoráin, Natalia Hyland,
Other Sports: Paul McGinley, Pádraig Harrington, Girvan Dempsey, Eric Millar
Club fields in 70 teams in football, hurling, camogie and ladies football including 2 senior hurling, 2 senior camogie, 2 senior ladies football and 1 senior football.
5 SHC, 2 SFC; 2 Senior Football Division 1 League; 3 Senior Hurling Division 1 leagues; 7 senior camogie championships; 9 senior ladies football championships, 6 Leinster Senior Ladies football club titles, 2 All-Ireland Club Senior Ladies Football titles as well as a large number of underage championships. All-Ireland Féile titles in all four sports.
Clubhouse on Firhouse Road with Members Lounge, Function Hall, Dressing rooms etc.
Pairc Uí Mhurchú; Cherryfield (3); Knocklyon Park, Ballycullen (2); Oldcourt (2); Elkwood; Hermitage (2); Sancta Maria (3). The club through the generosity of local schools enjoys the use of playing pitches at Firhouse Community College, Scoil Treasa, Coláiste Éanna and St. Colmcille’s Community School, Knocklyon.
The club purchased 15 acres from the Order of Mercy in Ballyroan in 2001 for €2.54m. The club also plans to build 4 dressing rooms in Ballycullen.
In September 2001,
Up to 1,000 children attend the club’s six weeks Summer Camps programme run by Brian O'Regan and Paul McLoughlin which is the largest club-based summer camp in the country.