Jason Forde

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Jason Forde
Personal information
Irish name Iásón Mac Giollarnáth
Sport Hurling
Position Full-forward
Born (1993-12-22) 22 December 1993 (age 25)
Nenagh, County Tipperary, Ireland
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Occupation Secondary school teacher
Club(s)
Years Club
2010-present
Silvermines
Club titles
Tipperary titles 0
Colleges(s)
Years College
2013-2018
University of Limerick
College titles
Fitzgibbon titles 2
Inter-county(ies)*
Years County Apps (scores)
2013-present
Tipperary 29 (6-118)
Inter-county titles
Munster titles 2
All-Irelands 2
NHL 0
All Stars 0
*Inter County team apps and scores correct as of 18:21, 28 July 2019.

Jason Forde (born 22 December 1993) is an Irish hurler who plays for Tipperary Intermediate Championship club Silvermines and at inter-county level with the Tipperary senior hurling team. He usually lines out as a left corner-forward.

Playing career[edit]

Nenagh CBS[edit]

On 25 February 2012, Forde lined out at centre-forward when Nengh CBS faced Coláiste na nDéise in the Harty Cup final. He top scored for Nengh with 1-04, however, he ended on the losing side following a 2-14 to 1-10 defeat.[1] Forde was switched to full-forward when he captained Nenagh CBS in the All-Ireland final against Kilkenny CBS on 31 March 2012. He ended the game as top scorer with 2-02 and claimed a winners' medal following the 3-10 to 2-11 victory.[2]

University of Limerick[edit]

As a student at the University of Limerick, Forde joined the senior hurling team during his second year. On 1 March 2015, he was selected at midfield when UL faced the Waterford Institute of Technology in the Fitzgibbon Cup final. Forde scored 1-01 in the 0-21 to 3-12 draw.[3] He was switched to left corner-forward for the replay on 11 March. Forde ended the game with 0-01 from a sideline and collected a winners' medal following the 2-18 to 1-14 defeat.[4]

Forde lined out in a second successive Fitzgibbon Cup final on 27 February 2016. He was selected at centre-back and scored a point in the 1-30 to 3-22 defeat by Mary Immaculate College.[5]

On 24 February 2018, Forde lined out in a third Fitzgibbon Cup final when UL faced DCU Dóchas Éireann. He top scored with 1-10 from full-forward and collected a second winners' medal following a 2-21 to 2-15 victory.[6]

Silvermines[edit]

Forde joined the Silvermines club at a young age and played in all grades at juvenile and underage levels before eventually joining the club's top adult team in the Tipperary Intermediate Championship.

On 14 October 2012, Forde lined out at full-forward when Silvermines faced Ballina in the Tipperary Intermediate Championship final. He top scored with 1-10 and secured the man of the match award following a 2-21 to 0-10 victory.[7] On 24 November 2012, Forde won a Munster Championship medal after scoring 0-07 in a 0-14 to 0-08 defeat of Ballyduff in the final.[8]

Tipperary[edit]

Minor and under-21[edit]

Forde was just 16-years-old when he was selected for the Tipperary minor hurling team prior to the start of the 2010 Munster Championship. He made his first appearance for the team on 5 May 2010 when he lined out at midfield in Tipperary's 0-17 to 1-13 defeat by Clare.[9]

Forde was again eligible for the Tipperary minor team in 2011 and was appointed captain for the year.[10] His minor career ended with a 3-13 to 1-13 defeat by Clare on 24 June 2011.[11]

On 18 July 2012, Forde made his first appearance for the Tipperary under-21 team. He came on as a 30th-minute substitute in a 1-16 to 1-11 defeat of Limerick.[12] Forde broke onto the starting fifteen for the Munster final on 8 August 2012 when he was selected at right corner-forward. He scored a point from play in the 1-16 to 1-14 defeat by Clare.[13]

Forde lined out in a second successive Munster final on 7 August 2013. He top scored with 2-07 from centre-forward in the 1-17 to 2-10 defeat by Clare.[14] Forde was the championship's top scorer, while his 5-25 from three games remains the highest ever tally by an individual in the Munster Championship.

Forde was appointed captain of the Tipperary under-21 team for the 2014 Munster Championship. He played his last game in the grade on 16 July 2014 when he scored 0-12 in a 5-19 to 1-25 defeat by Clare.[15]

Senior[edit]

Forde was added to the Tipperary senior team in advance of the 2013 National League. He made his first appearance for the team on 23 February 2013 when he scored 0-02 from right corner-forward in a 0-26 to 1-11 defeat by Cork.[16] On 5 May 2013, Forde came on as a 57th-minute substitute for Séamus Callanan when Tipperary suffered a 2-17 to 0-20 defeat by Kilkenny in the National League final.[17] He was later named on the starting fifteen for Tipperary's Munster semi-final against Limerick on 9 June 2013, however, he was a late withdrawal after suffering from a stomach bug the night before the match.[18] Forde eventually made his championship debut on 6 July 2013 when he came on as a 52nd-minute substitute for Patrick Maher in a 0-20 to 1-14 defeat by Kilkenny in an All-Ireland Qualifier.[19]

On 4 May 2014, Forde was an unused substitute when Tipperary suffered a 2-25 to 1-27 defeat by Kilkenny in the National League final.[20] On 7 September 2014, he was named on the bench for the All-Ireland final against Kilkenny. Forde was introduced as a 66th-minute substitute and scored a point in the 1-28 to 3-22 draw.[21] He was again introduced as a substitute in the replay on 27 September 2014, however, he ended the game on the losing side following a 2-17 t 2-14 defeat.[22]

On 12 July 2015, Forde lined out at right wing-forward in his first Munster final. He scored 0-02 from play and ended the game with a Munster Championship medal following Tipperary's 0-21 to 0-16 defeat of Waterford.[23]

On 10 July 2016, Forde started the Munster final against Waterford on the bench. He came on as a 50th-minute substitute for Niall O'Meara and collected a second successive winners' medal following the 5-19 to 0-13 victory.[24] Forde was again named on the bench for the All-Ireland final against Kilkenny on 4 September 2016. He was the first substitute to be introduced in the 44th minute when he came on for Michael Breen at midfield. Forde scored 0-02 from play and ended the game with an All-Ireland medal following a 2-29 to 2-20 victory.[25]

On 16 April 2017, Forde became involved in an on-field scuffle with Wexford manager Davy Fitzgerald during the National League semi-final.[26] He was able to line out in the subsequent 3-21 to 0-14 defeat by Galway in the final, however, Forde subsequently received a one-match suspension.[27][28]

Forde played in a second successive National League final on 8 April 2018. Lining out at full-forward he top scored with 2-12 but ended on the losing side following a 2-23 to 2-17 defeat by Kilkenny.[29] Forde ended the National League as top scorer with 7-72 from seven games. He ended the season by being nominated for an All-Star.[30]

Ireland[edit]

On 17 October 2018, it was announced that Forde had been included on the Ireland national hurling team for the Shinty/Hurling International Series.[31] He lined out at centre-forward in the 1-11 to 1-09 defeat by Scotland on 20 October 2018.

Career statistics[edit]

As of match played 28 July 2019.
Team Year National League Munster All-Ireland Total
Division Apps Score Apps Score Apps Score Apps Score
Tipperary 2013 Division 1A 6 0-07 0 0-00 1 0-00 7 0-07
2014 5 1-02 0 0-00 5 0-02 10 1-04
2015 7 1-11 2 1-05 1 0-01 10 2-17
2016 2 1-06 3 0-02 2 0-02 7 1-10
2017 7 1-08 0 0-00 4 0-08 11 1-16
2018 7 7-72 4 3-39 11 10-111
2019 5 1-26 5 1-35 2 1-24 12 3-85
Total 39 12-132 14 5-81 15 1-37 68 18-250

Honours[edit]

Nenagh CBS
University of Limerick
Silvermines
Tipperary

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Brophy, Shane (2 April 2012). "Forde fires Nenagh to glory". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
  3. ^ O'Toole, Fintan (1 March 2015). "80 minutes and 36 scores in Fitzgibbon Cup final draw as UL and WIT head for replay". The 42. Retrieved 14 February 2019.
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  6. ^ "UL win sixth Fitzgibbon Cup title against DCU". Breaking News. 24 February 2018. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  7. ^ McDonnell, Brian (16 October 2012). "Seventeen-Point Win Sees Silvermines Return To The Senior Hurling Ranks". Tipperary Live. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
  8. ^ CAhill, Jackie (26 November 2012). "Forde leads the charge for Silvermines". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 30 July 2018.
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  11. ^ Cahill, Jackie (25 June 2011). "Kelly ups tempo to lift Clare". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
  12. ^ O'Flynn, Diarmuid (19 July 2012). "Maher ends Treaty defence". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
  13. ^ O'Flynn, Diarmuid (9 August 2012). "Bannermen celebrate redemption". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
  14. ^ Cahill, Jackie (8 August 2013). "Clinical Banner claim back-to-back crowns". Irish Independent. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
  15. ^ Cormican, Eoghan (17 July 2014). "Cunningham to rescue for Clare". Irish Examiner. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
  16. ^ Lawlor, Damian (24 February 2013). "Cork spring into action after turbulent winter". Irish Independent. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
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  23. ^ McGoldrick, Seán (6 March 2012). "Tipperary claim Munster hurling title with tight win over Waterford". Irish Independent. Retrieved 2 January 2019.
  24. ^ Breheny, Martin (11 July 2016). "Tipp torrents wash Deise hopes away". Irish Independent. Retrieved 2 January 2019.
  25. ^ O'Toole, Fintan (4 September 2016). "Stunning Tipperary display clinches All-Ireland and ends Kilkenny three-in-a-row dream". The 42. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
  26. ^ Breheny, Martin (8 February 2018). "Davy Fitzgerald-Jason Forde clash still making waves". Irish Independent. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
  27. ^ Small, Darragh (23 April 2017). "Clinical Galway leave Tipp reeling in league final". RTÉ Sport. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
  28. ^ Kelly, Niall (4 May 2017). "Tipperary player hit with one-match ban for his part in Davy Fitzgerald row". The 42. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
  29. ^ McGoldrick, Seán (8 April 2018). "Kilkenny whirlwind blows Tipperary away as Brian Cody claims ninth league title". Irish Independent. Retrieved 12 June 2019.
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  31. ^ "Forde, Connors and McInerney included in Ireland Hurling / Shinty squad". RTÉ Sport. 17 October 2018. Retrieved 17 June 2019.

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