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Tullaroan is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the village of Tullaroan in County Kilkenny, Ireland. The club was founded in 1884 and is primarily concerned with the game of hurling. Tullaroan is the most successful club in the history of the Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championship.
Tullaroan is the oldest GAA club in County Kilkenny. The club was founded in 1884, the same year as the foundation of the Gaelic Athletic Association. Tullaroan currently lead the roll of honour in Kilkenny with twenty senior county championship titles.
- Kilkenny Senior Hurling Championships: - 20
- 1887, 1889, 1895, 1897, 1899, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1907, 1910, 1911, 1915, 1924, 1925, 1930, 1933, 1934, 1948, 1958, 1994
- Beaten Finalists - 11
- 1905, 1906, 1913, 1916, 1936, 1947, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1992
- Kilkenny Intermediate Hurling Championships: 2
- 1988, 2019
- All-Ireland Intermediate Club Hurling Championships: 1
- Leinster Intermediate Club Hurling Championship 1
- Kilkenny Junior Hurling Championships: 1
- Kilkenny Minor Hurling Championships: 1
- Kilkenny Under-21 Hurling Championships: 1
- All Ireland Under-14A Feile Winners: 1
This is a list of notable hurlers who have played for Tullaroan. Generally, this means players that have enjoyed much success with the club or have played for the Kilkenny senior hurling team.
- Seán Clohessy
- Jimmy Coogan
- Jim Dermody
- Jer Doheny
- Shem Downey played senior inter-county team from 1946 until 1954. Shem's daughters, Angela and Ann won 12 All-Ireland camogie medals each and 13 club titles between them. Angela is commonly recognised as the greatest players the game has seen.
- Dock Grace
- Pierce Grace
- Jack Hoyne
- Dan Kennedy
- Jack Keoghan
- Jim Lawlor
- Pat Maher
- Lory Meagher
- Jimmy Phelan
- Paddy Phelan
- Jack Rochford
- Paddy Saunders
- Pádraig Walsh
- Tommy Walsh
- Sim Walton
- Martin White
- Foley, Michael (2 January 2005). "The top 10 Irish sporting families". The Times. London. Retrieved 24 May 2009.
The Downeys. Having hurled with Kilkenny in the 1940s and 1950s, Shem Downey left an impressive legacy but one that was quickly dwarfed by the achievements of his daughters, Angela and Ann. In 25 years, the girls won 12 All-Ireland camogie medals each and 13 club titles between them. By the end of her career, Angela was commonly recognised as the greatest player the game has seen.