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Paddy Williams and Tom Cleary at the opening of club exhibition in Heritage Centre


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16 April 2015
Kilruane MacDonaghs Notes

Senior Hurling
Kilruane MacDonaghs will play Borris-Ileigh in the second round of the county championship in Nenagh on Sunday, April 26th at 6.00pmAfter their very impressive display against Drom, Borris-Ileigh will carry the favourites tag into the game

16 April 2015
Kilruane MacDonaghs Camogie

Kilruane Mc Donaghs Camogie club news
18th April 2015

Intermediate: The Intermediate team were defeated by Newport in their last group game of the leagueIn what was an evenly contested game this young Kilruane group could not match a fast tempoed Newport team, ultimately resulting with the Mc Donaghs side bowing out of the League for 2015

10 April 2015
Kilruane MacDonaghs News

Senior Hurling
Kilruane MacDonaghs had a hard-earned but well-deserved 4-13 to 2-13 victory against Burgess in the first round of the county championship in NenaghSince MacDonaghs returned to senior in 2004 this was only their second championship victory against Burgess

31 March 2015
Kilruane MacDonaghs Camogie

Commiserations to the Tipperary Minor team who were defeated by 2 points in the All-Ireland Minor A Championship against Kilkenny on Sunday last in The RaggKilruane was represented by Roisin Cahill (wing-forward), Emma Cleary, Georgiana Finn and Lianne O'Kelly.

The U16's under their new manager Eddie Lillis got their championship campaign off to a flying start with a convincing win over Burgess in the first round of the U16B championship

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Club History
From Lahorna De Wets to the MacDonaghs of today, over 100 years of history.

All-Ireland Glory
MacDonaghs greatest achievement winning the hurling All-Ireland in 1986.
Kilruane have won over 100 North Tipperay titles, view the full list of honours here.

Some of the famous players and members who have made a huge contribution.
A gallery of photos from present day and some pictures from the past to stir the memory.

Cloughjordan, North Tipperary, between Nenagh, Borrisokane and Roscrea.

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