Thomastown (@1.8) vs Tullaroan (@2.2)
27-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Thomastown will win

Thomastown – Tullaroan Match Prediction | 27-10-2019 09:00

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The earliest reports of a team in the parish was Owning Camogie Club. Camogie has been played in Piltown for many years. Among their players were Tessie Duggan (Flynn), Eileen Kiely (Norris), Breda Power, Maud Murphy (Kelly) and Kathleen Duggan (Holden). There are no reports of any successes but there are stories of vans being stolen to get to matches in Mullinavat! There were also players from Windgap such as Wazzie Power and Eileen Doyle. Granddaughters of Eileen Kiely and Wazzie Power play for the club today. They trained in a field in Fanningstown opposite where Bertie Duggan lives. This team existed around the late 1950s, early 1960s.

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Work started on developing the grounds in the early sixties. In 1964, a 10-foot wire and post fence was erected around the main pitch. In 1965, the toolshed and the original scoreboard was erected at the road end and it took about 9000 to transform the pitch. The game was refereed by Tommy Foran and the Kilkenny team featured Piltown's Ned Power (Brenor). In 1962/63, the pitch was levelled resodded and drained. In 1961, the wall at the road end was erected along with the original dressing rooms, complete with showers and toilets. The main playing pitch was officially opened on 12 August 1965 when the Kilkenny Senior Hurling team played a challenge match against Waterford.

The game was refereed by Tommy Foran and the Kilkenny team featured Piltown's Ned Power (Brenor). In 1962/63, the pitch was levelled resodded and drained. Work started on developing the grounds in the early sixties. The main playing pitch was officially opened on 12 August 1965 when the Kilkenny Senior Hurling team played a challenge match against Waterford. In 1964, a 10-foot wire and post fence was erected around the main pitch. In 1965, the toolshed and the original scoreboard was erected at the road end and it took about 9000 to transform the pitch. In 1961, the wall at the road end was erected along with the original dressing rooms, complete with showers and toilets.

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The team included several girls who have children playing today such as Sheila Keegan (Norris), Kay McCarthy (Phelan) and Teresa Brophy (Phelan). Michelle O'Shea was another prominent underage player during this period. Others to manage the team in that period were Dan Phelan, Jim Grant and Seamus Norris. The manager was Willie McCormack. The Junior team contested the Junior "B" County Final in 1988. In the 1980s, Piltown Camogie Club emerged with the driving force being Maura Brennan (Owning). Like the Owning club before there were also players from the Windgap parish like Joan O'Gorman, Judith Phelan and Mary Norris (Walsh). The club colours were white and red. The club continued into the 1990s when titles at Under-14 Roinn "C" (1994) and Under-16 Roinn"C" (1996) were captured, both teams were captained by current coach Miram Reid. This club did win an Under-14 Roinn C title around 1987 or 1988 and featured players like Cathy and Mairead Brennan. A strong Tullogher team beat them 6-6 to 0-3 on a wet day in Nowlan Park.

It was the first time Kilkenny had won a Leinster ladies football blitz title. Jennifer Norris went on the win a Leinster Blitz medal with Kilkenny when they beat Kildare in Carlow Town in the 2009 Division 3 final. Jennifer Norris and Sinead McCarthy became the first Piltown girls to play inter county for Kilkenny when they were part of the 2009 Leinster Under-14 Championship squad.

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