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Club History

St.Maryís Hurling Club was founded in 1929, its founding fathers being men of mainly rural origin. The GAA had a presence in Clonmel for 45 years before that but it was the Associationís commitment first to athletics and later to Gaelic football which chiefly attracted the men of the town. By the time St.Maryís was founded Clonmel was regarded as one of the strongholds of football in the county.

During the earliest years of its existence St.Maryís served as a meeting- point between men from hurling areas who were working in Clonmel and townsmen interested in the game. Soon the work of Christian Brothers and others in the town created a home-grown crop of hurlers who gave the club a distinctive Clonmel identity.

In the eight decades of its existence many would see the successes of the club as being in the area of under-age teams whose victories have not been quite matched in the senior sector. Today we continue to see the major achievement of the club in its success in fostering a love of hurling among youngsters and in providing them with every opportunity to develop their skills in an enjoyable and truly sporting environment.

Roll of Honour

Senior Hurling

South Champions:1981

Intermediate Hurling

South Champions: 2011, 1975, 1972

Junior A Hurling

County Champions: 1975

South Champions: 1969, 1936

Junior B Hurling

South Champions: 2006, 2004

Under 21 A Hurling

South Champions: 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1977

Minor A Hurling

South Champions: 2012, 2010, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1980, 1977, 1975, 1974, 1968, 1967, 1957, 1954, 1953, 1950, 1939, 1937

Minor B Hurling

South Champions: 2008, 2006


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