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Carlow county hurling team

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Carlow county hurling team represents Carlow in hurling and is governed by Carlow GAA, the county board of the Gaelic Athletic Association. The team competes in the Joe McDonagh Cup and the National Hurling League.

Carlow's home ground is Dr Cullen Park, Carlow. The team's manager is Tom Mullally.

The team has never won the Leinster Senior Championship, the All-Ireland Senior Championship or the National League.

History

Carlow have won three Christy Ring Championships. After losing the 2006 final to Antrim at Croke Park, they beat Westmeath in a classic final (after extra time) by 3–22 to 4–16 in 2008. This was their first "Division 2" win since 1992 and their first in the re-arranged All-Ireland structure which saw four divisions in hurling from 2009.

They repeated the feat the following year, defeating Down at Croke Park to win a two in a row and earn automatic promotion to tier one for 2010. They played at this level until 2016 which saw them relegated from the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship. The very next year, however, they won the 2017 Christy Ring Cup for a record equalling third time, gaining promotion to the top tier of hurling once again.

Carlow's last appearance in a Leinster Senior Hurling Championship semi-final was in 1993, when Kilkenny defeated them by 18 points.

Colm Bonnar left as manager in November 2020. Tom Mullally succeeded him, from January 2021.[1][2]

Current squad

Current management team

Management team confirmed on 3 February 2021:[3]

Players

Notable players

  • Edward Coady (Mount Leinster Rangers) - Christy Ring Cup SH Winner 2008, 2009 Christy Ring All Star Winner, Leinster Hurling Club Winner Intermediate, Carlow Hurler Of The Year Winner 2006, Winner of first All Ireland Club Hurling Title in Carlow 2012. Leinster Senior Hurling Club Championship Winner 2013 first Carlow Club or Team to Win a Leinster Championship at Senior 2013.
  • James Hickey (Mount Leinster Rangers) - Christy Ring Cup Winner SH 2008, 2009 Christy Ring All Star Winner, Leinster Hurling Club Winner Intermediate, Carlow Hurler Of The Year Winner 2009 Winner of first All Ireland Club Hurling Title in Carlow 2012. Leinster Senior Hurling Club Championship Winner 2013 first Carlow Club or Team to Win a Leinster Championship at Senior 2013.
  • Johnny Nevin[4] (Old Leighlin GFC/Naomh Brid HC) - Railway Cup SF, SH, All Ireland B 1994, Carlow championship 1997, All Ireland over 40s runner up 2008.
  • Rory Dunbar (Carlow Town) - Christy Ring Winner 2009 2008 & Minor 2002.
  • Des Murphy (Naomh Eoin, Myshall) - Christy Ring Cup SH 2008, All-time most SH appearances.
  • Jim English (Erin's Own, Bagenalstown) - All-Ireland SHC 1947 (with Wexford), Railway Cup SH.
  • Mark Mullins (Erin's Own, Bagenalstown) - All-Ireland B SHC 1992, Cork SH captain 1995.
  • Jim Treacy (St Mullins) - All-Ireland IHC 1961.
  • Jamie McGrath (St Mullins) - County Championship 2001. Scored 4 goals to win match.
  • Niall English (O'Hanrahan's GFC/Carlow Town HC) - All-Ireland 'B' SH 1992.
  • Shane Kavanagh (Naomh Eoin, Myshall) - Christy Ring Cup 2008, Railway Cup SH.
  • Stephen Sheil (Kildavin/Clonegal) - Intermediate Hurling of the Year 1997 - Played with the county from the age of 13 (1996 until 2004) He was rated one of the top defenders in the county and in all of Leinster. He won titles not only for County Carlow but also for county Wexford. He is the youngest of 3 boys, with Thomas and Derek also togging out in the county colours. Stephen’s father Stephen Senior also played for Carlow in both hurling and football.

Honours

All-Irelands (12)

Provincials (10)

Leagues (2)

References

  1. ^ "Kilkenny native Mullally takes the reins in Carlow". RTÉ. 22 January 2021.
  2. ^ "Kilkenny native and Mount Leinster Rangers mastermind named Carlow hurling manager". The42.ie. 22 January 2021.
  3. ^ "Kilkenny All-Ireland winner Paddy Mullally part of his brother Tom's Carlow backroom team". Hogan Stand. 3 February 2021.
  4. ^ "Johnny Nevin's amazing record". Hogan Stand. 8 August 2003. Retrieved 3 January 2011.
  5. ^ Doyle and Nolan goals help Carlow see off Westmeath to claim McDonagh Cup The42.ie
  6. ^ "Carlow find something extra to foil three-in-a-row bid". The Irish Times. 4 August 2008. Retrieved 27 August 2015.
  7. ^ "Carlow retain Christy Ring Cup". RTÉ Sport. 11 July 2009. Archived from the original on 16 July 2009. Retrieved 11 July 2009.
  8. ^ "Carlow too strong for Antrim as Christy Ring Cup final produces nine-goal thriller". Irish Independent. 10 June 2017. Retrieved 11 June 2017.
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