4 New Pitches for Lackagh as Turloughmore plan for the Future

4 New Pitches for Lackagh as Turloughmore plan for the Future Turloughmore Hurling and Camogie clubs have launched (July 21, 2023) their next phase of building new playing facilities in Lackagh. An ambitious new Development has been planned in what is an exciting new era for the Club and Community. Phase 1 of the Development […]

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Turloughmore win U13 Final

Turloughmore: Eamonn McGrath, Cian Hanley, Darragh Walsh, Colin Fitzmaurice, Cillian Trayers, Matthew Tarpey, Jack Mullen, Cillian Whelan, Eoghan Connelly 0.3, Eanna O’Loingsigh 0.1, Gearoid Fahy 0.2, Owen Kearney, Eanna Monaghan 0.2 , Tom Nolan 4.3, Ryan Kearney. Subs: Ronan Flaherty, Evan Gill, Ciaran Wilde, Jack Lonergan, Sean Duggan, Conor Mullins, Patrick Moloney Well done the Management […]

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Individual Privacy Rights

The Club, County, Province and Central Council of the GAA process personal data to administer and conduct GAA related activities. This includes membership and player registrations, team sheets, disciplinary processes, communications and notifications of GAA events, club fundraising activities, coaching activities and compliance related requirements (i.e. vetting and insurance). We will never share your information […]

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The Turloughmore Cycle Tour of Ireland

On the Thursday after Stephen Roche pedalled up the Champs Elysee and into the history books, at 4.15 p.m. at Ballybrit Race Course just after the Gaiway Hurdle, RTE’s producer Chris Darby in the outside broadcast unit gave the signal to the camera man on top of the main stand. For the next four minutes […]

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FUND-RAISING FROLICS

Fund-Raising for Turloughmore Development was serious business, but some of the hair raising schemes the Committee came up with, left one to wonder. Most of those were organised during the campaign to elect the President of Turloughmore. From the original selling of sites, we had the cycle tour of Ireland, you had the opportunity to […]

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BURKES

When one looks at the Turloughmore Team of today, one family name stands out – that of Burkes. Down through the years different families of the Burke Clan have given sterling service to Turloughmore teams. In the early years, names like Martin Burke – Cregmore, Michael – Knockdoe, Paddy and Tom – Coolarne and William […]

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Senior Hurling – 08-04-2018

Turloughmore 0-15 Ballindereen 1-8 Turloughmore overcame Ballindereen in the opening round of the Senior Hurling championship in Pearse Stadium on Sunday. The winners led this Senior B tie by 0-7 to 0-4 at half time after Ballindereen, promoted as the 2017 Intermediate Champions, led by 0-4 to 0-2 after seven minutes. Turloughmore outscored their opponents […]

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County Feile Winners 2018

Toddie Byrne Cup comes to Turloughmore! Turloughmore 1-9  Clarinbridge 1-2 Turloughmore won the Galway Feile U14 title in Athenry on Sunday in splendid style when they overcame Clarinbridge. After a hectic few days of hurling, Turloughmore ended the weekend as Feile winners in windy conditions in Kenny Park. Turloughmore played with the strong wind in […]

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U14 County Champions 2018

Joe Salmon Cup comes back to Turloughmore Turloughmore 1-5 Clarinbridge 1-3 For the second time in 5 years, Turloughmore won the U14 A Championship in Athenry on Sunday evening when a dramatic late goal snatched victory. Played in difficult weather conditions, a defensive Clarinbridge side set about their task well and led by 0-2 to […]

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Feile All Ireland Champions 2018 – Turloughmore

Turloughmore are All Ireland Feile Champions It was a weekend to cherish and remember as Turloughmore hurlers did themselves, their parish and county proud as the captured the Premier Division 1 title in the 2018 Feile na nGael finals which were hosted by Connacht Council in Galway and Bekan. The Christy Ring Trophy has only […]

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