Michael Hogan Community Field is a community field in the parish of Grangemockler/Ballyneale in the southern end of county Tipperary, Ireland and overlooked by Sliabh na mBan.
It is named after Michael Hogan a member of the Grangemockler/Ballyneale GAA club who was shot dead in Croke Park while playing football with Tipperary a hundred years ago in November 1920.
Hurling, Gaelic football and Ladies football (Sliabh na mBam ladies teams) are the main games played here but other sports are also welcomed here. We also have a 500m walking track which is open to all visitors by day and by night with floodlighting.
At Grangemockler Community Sports field everything we do helps to enrich the communities we serve. As a voluntary led organisation, it is our aim to continuously fill that role for our members with the help of you and any funding that we receive. Fundraising plays a huge role within our community. It determines the future of our organisation.