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hurlingmad

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Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« on: January 08, 2017, 09:49:51 PM »
Hello All
I have been doing some reasearch into the Internediate hurling championship and have found no roll of honour online

Maybe I have been looking in the wrong places but if anyone could post a link or copy/paste I would really appreciate it

Thanks

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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2017, 08:23:02 PM »
Year   Club (no titles)
1908   Abbeyleix (1)
1909   Cullohill (1)
1910   Ballacolla (1)
1913   Ballygeehan (1)
1935   Portlaoise (1)
1936   Clonaslee (1)
1937   Ballypickas (1)
1938   Ballacolla (2)
1939   Camross (1)
1940   Borris-in-Ossory (1)
1941   Mountrath (1)
1942   Portlaoise (2)
1943   Clonaslee (2)
1944   Durrow (1)
1945   Rovers (1)
1946   Cullohill (2)
1947   Kyle (1)
1948   Rovers (2)
1949   Mountrath (2)
1950   Castlemore (1)
1951   Shanahoe (1)
1952   St Canices (1)
1953   Borris-in-Ossory (2)
1954   Cullohill (3)
1955   Clonaslee (3)
1956   Cuddagh (1)
1957   St Canices (2)
1958   Camross (2)
1959   Durrow (2)
1960   Rathdowney (1)
1961   Ratheniska (1)
1962   Clonaslee (4)
1963   Kilcotton (1)
1964   Ballypickas (2)
1965   Colt (1)
1966   Abbeyleix (2)
1967   Mountmellick (1)
1968   St Conleths (1)
1969   Clonaslee (5)
1970   Ballyfin (1)
1971   Colt (2)
1972   Ballacolla (3)
1973   Cullohill (4)
1974   Ballinakill (1)
1975   Castletown (1)
1976   Durrow (3)
1977   Ratheniska (2)
1978   Abbeyleix (3)
1979   Colt (3)
1980   Castletown (2)
1981   Errill (1)
1982   Clonaslee (6)
1983   Camross (3)
1984   Kilcotton (2)
1985   Ballyfin (2)
1986   Castletown (3)
1987   Clonaslee (7)
1988   Borris-in-Ossory (3)
1989   Rosenallis (1)
1990   Mountrath (3)
1991   Clough-Ballacolla (1)
1992   Kilcotton (3)
1993   Castletown (4)
1994   Park/Ratheniska (1)
1995   Ballinakill (2)
1996   Mountrath (4)
1997   Clonaslee ( 8 )
1998   Clough-Ballacolla (2)
1999   Rosenallis (2)
2000   Camross (4)
2001   Mountrath (5)
2002   Kilcotton (4)
2003   Rathdowney (2)
2004   Trumera (1)
2005   Rathdowney/Errill (1)
2006   Ballyfin (3)
2007   Abbeyleix (4)
2008   Colt (4)
2009   Borris-in-Ossory (4)
2010   Camross (5)
2011   Ballyfin (4)
2012   Colt (5)
2013   Shanahoe (2)
2014   Borris-in-Ossory Kilcotton (1)
2015   Trumera (2)
2016   Rosenallis (3)


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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2017, 11:51:22 PM »
Where was Castlemore?
St Canices? (Ballacolla are I am thinking?)
St Conleths?
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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2017, 12:12:06 AM »
St Canices, Ballacolla and Ballygeehan are all essentially Clough/Ballacolla. There have never been separate teams in Clough and Ballacolla.

You'd imagine St Conleths would be around the Portarlington area?

Am I correct in saying Castletown's win in 1993 came after a Junior in 1992? They then went on to win a senior in 1995.

We'll never see anything like that again....

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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #4 on: January 10, 2017, 11:00:33 AM »
Junior B 1990
Junior A 1992
Interm. 1993
Senior 1995

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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #5 on: January 10, 2017, 11:20:00 AM »
St Canices, Ballacolla and Ballygeehan are all essentially Clough/Ballacolla. There have never been separate teams in Clough and Ballacolla.

You'd imagine St Conleths would be around the Portarlington area?

Am I correct in saying Castletown's win in 1993 came after a Junior in 1992? They then went on to win a senior in 1995.

We'll never see anything like that again....
The names on the St Conleths team at the time would suggest Portarlington /O'Dempseys catchment area.

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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #6 on: January 10, 2017, 02:11:37 PM »
Year   Club (no titles)
1908   Abbeyleix (1)
1909   Cullohill (1)
1910   Ballacolla (1)
1913   Ballygeehan (1)
1935   Portlaoise (1)
1936   Clonaslee (1)
1937   Ballypickas (1)
1938   Ballacolla (2)
1939   Camross (1)
1940   Borris-in-Ossory (1)
1941   Mountrath (1)
1942   Portlaoise (2)
1943   Clonaslee (2)
1944   Durrow (1)
1945   Rovers (1)
1946   Cullohill (2)
1947   Kyle (1)
1948   Rovers (2)
1949   Mountrath (2)
1950   Castlemore (1)
1951   Shanahoe (1)
1952   St Canices (1)
1953   Borris-in-Ossory (2)
1954   Cullohill (3)
1955   Clonaslee (3)
1956   Cuddagh (1)
1957   St Canices (2)
1958   Camross (2)
1959   Durrow (2)
1960   Rathdowney (1)
1961   Ratheniska (1)
1962   Clonaslee (4)
1963   Kilcotton (1)
1964   Ballypickas (2)
1965   Colt (1)
1966   Abbeyleix (2)
1967   Mountmellick (1)
1968   St Conleths (1)
1969   Clonaslee (5)
1970   Ballyfin (1)
1971   Colt (2)
1972   Ballacolla (3)
1973   Cullohill (4)
1974   Ballinakill (1)
1975   Castletown (1)
1976   Durrow (3)
1977   Ratheniska (2)
1978   Abbeyleix (3)
1979   Colt (3)
1980   Castletown (2)
1981   Errill (1)
1982   Clonaslee (6)
1983   Camross (3)
1984   Kilcotton (2)
1985   Ballyfin (2)
1986   Castletown (3)
1987   Clonaslee (7)
1988   Borris-in-Ossory (3)
1989   Rosenallis (1)
1990   Mountrath (3)
1991   Clough-Ballacolla (1)
1992   Kilcotton (3)
1993   Castletown (4)
1994   Park/Ratheniska (1)
1995   Ballinakill (2)
1996   Mountrath (4)
1997   Clonaslee ( 8 )
1998   Clough-Ballacolla (2)
1999   Rosenallis (2)
2000   Camross (4)
2001   Mountrath (5)
2002   Kilcotton (4)
2003   Rathdowney (2)
2004   Trumera (1)
2005   Rathdowney/Errill (1)
2006   Ballyfin (3)
2007   Abbeyleix (4)
2008   Colt (4)
2009   Borris-in-Ossory (4)
2010   Camross (5)
2011   Ballyfin (4)
2012   Colt (5)
2013   Shanahoe (2)
2014   Borris-in-Ossory Kilcotton (1)
2015   Trumera (2)
2016   Rosenallis (3)

Thankyou very much gaastats

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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #7 on: January 10, 2017, 04:30:06 PM »
This really depends what you mean by 'Intermediate'.

If you mean the second tier of hurling (Senior A, Senior B, whatever) - then the roll of honour looks different.

Castletown are essentially the current Intermediate champions by historical comparison.

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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #8 on: January 10, 2017, 05:25:27 PM »
This really depends what you mean by 'Intermediate'.

If you mean the second tier of hurling (Senior A, Senior B, whatever) - then the roll of honour looks different.

Castletown are essentially the current Intermediate champions by historical comparison.
I just meant intermediate as it is

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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #9 on: January 10, 2017, 05:56:09 PM »
This really depends what you mean by 'Intermediate'.

If you mean the second tier of hurling (Senior A, Senior B, whatever) - then the roll of honour looks different.

Castletown are essentially the current Intermediate champions by historical comparison.

That is very true.
Castletown essentially won the Intermediate (2nd grade), Rosenallis the Junior A (3rd grade), Slieve Bloom the Junior B (4th Grade) etc.
 
Junior B 1990
Junior A 1992
Interm. 1993
Senior 1995
Also I'd be guessing that Castletown won the Junior B with their second team in 1990. Considering they won the Intermediate in 1986 and went Senior for at least 1987, it would have been some fall from grace for their first team!

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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #10 on: January 10, 2017, 06:45:59 PM »
Where was Castlemore?
St Canices? (Ballacolla are I am thinking?)
St Conleths?
St Conleths were in Ballybrittas. A lot of Courtwood and O'Dempseys footballers and the odd one from Emo. Won junior and intermediate titles and then just faded away.
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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #11 on: January 10, 2017, 08:06:02 PM »
Milltown were similar in the Joseph's area, but seemingly didn't win the Intermediate. Thought they had,

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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #12 on: January 10, 2017, 11:42:15 PM »
Where was Castlemore?
St Canices? (Ballacolla are I am thinking?)
St Conleths?
St Conleths were in Ballybrittas. A lot of Courtwood and O'Dempseys footballers and the odd one from Emo. Won junior and intermediate titles and then just faded away.

So obviously Ballybrittas area had a Senior Hurling team in 1969. Do you know if they stayed Senior for long?
Were any of Courtwood, O Dempseys or Emo senior football at the time?
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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #13 on: January 11, 2017, 07:31:34 AM »
Where was Castlemore?
St Canices? (Ballacolla are I am thinking?)
St Conleths?
St Conleths were in Ballybrittas. A lot of Courtwood and O'Dempseys footballers and the odd one from Emo. Won junior and intermediate titles and then just faded away.

So obviously Ballybrittas area had a Senior Hurling team in 1969. Do you know if they stayed Senior for long?
Were any of Courtwood, O Dempseys or Emo senior football at the time?
I never knew this at all, very interesting

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Re: Laois Intermediate Hurling roll of honour
« Reply #14 on: January 11, 2017, 10:52:03 AM »
Milltown were similar in the Joseph's area, but seemingly didn't win the Intermediate. Thought they had,

Milltown won a Junior A title in 1979 according to Laois Gaa website. I thought it was later than that myself. I think they contested an intermediate final in themid to late 80's. They were a good group of hurlers for a football area but always played second fiddle to the football. Didn't get the rub of the green either as from talking to lads involved they felt that they were always treated a bit differently to the traditional hurling teams. It was Noel Peacock who drove the Milltown idea and he organised underage teams for a few years but it eventually died out.
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