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25 November 2014
Kilruane MacDonaghs News

Under 21
Despite an impressive start, Kilruane MacDonaghs lost out to Nenagh Éire Óg in the semi-final on a 2-13 to 0-9 scorelineMacDonaghs opened up a 0-4 to 0-1 lead in the first quarter
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18 November 2014
Kilruane MacDonaghs News

Under 21
Kilruane MacDonaghs take on Nenagh Éire Óg in the semi-final in Dolla on this Sunday, November 23rd at 2.00pmYour support would be appreciated
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18 November 2014
Kilruane Camogie News

U14
Commiserations to the U14s who lost out to Holycross in the U14B County League Final on Sunday last in BorrisoleighKilruane had to line out without their influential centre forward, Michaela Lillis, who picked up an injury earlier in the week
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12 November 2014
Kilruane MacDonaghs News

Under 21
Kilruane MacDonaghs qualified for the North semi-final for the ninth time in ten years with a 0-18 to 1-13 victory against Burgess in PuckaneThe game was played on a heavy sod which sapped the energy of the players
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Kilruane MacDonaghs Discipline Policy
Kilruane MacDonaghs 5 Year Plan
Juvenile Review 2013
Secretarys Report 2013
Child Protection Policy
Download the Kilruane MacDonaghs Newsletter Jan 2013
GAA Injury Scheme Claim Form (187kb)
Articles
Win Two J1 Jobs in New York
U14 B North Tipperary Hurling Champions 2014
U12 A County Champions 2014
North Tipp U12 A Hurling Champios 2014
North U14 B Football Final 2014
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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.
Honours
Kilruane have won over 100 North Tipperay titles, view the full list of honours here.

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

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

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