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Tallow GAA Club is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Tallow, in west County Waterford, Ireland. The club has won the Waterford Senior Hurling Championship four times, first in 1936 and more recently in 1980, 1984 and 1985. Tallow presently have four players on the Waterford county panel, James Murray, Aidan Kearney, Mark O' Brien and Thomas Ryan.
Tallow GAA's ground is called Páirc Eamonn de Paor after the former Waterford hurler & coach, Ned Power who taught in the local school through the 1960s, 1970s & 1980s. Ned played for and coached countless Tallow teams in both hurling & football. He was widely regarded as one of the finest and most forward-thinking coach in GAA history, with many accolades and titles associated with his name. Ned died after a lengthy illness on 15 November 2007 at the age of 77.
Tallow are currently amalgamated with Knockanore Shamrocks and play under the name of Cois Bhride for the County and Western division Minor and Juvenile Championship. Both clubs run separate teams for each other underage competition.
- Waterford Senior Hurling Championship: 4
- 1936, 1980, 1984, 1985
- Waterford Intermediate Hurling Championship: 2
- 1974, 1987,
- Waterford Junior Hurling Championship: 3
- Waterford Under-21 Hurling Championship:7
- Waterford Minor Hurling Championship: 8
- Waterford Intermediate Football Championship: 1
- Waterford Junior Football Championship: 2
- 1975, 2010
Western Hurling Titles Intermediate (4) 1971,1974,1982,1987
Junior (5) 1925,1930,1980,1981, 2010,
U21 (16) 1969,1972,1974,1975,1976,1977,1978,1979,1981,1982,1983,1988,1999, 2002,2003,2008(b).
Minor (15) 1938,1956,1967,1968,1971,1972,1974,1975,1979,1980,1981,1986,1997, 1999, 2007(b)
Western Football titles Intermediate (1) 1976
Junior (2) 1975,1994
U21 (5) 1968,1976,1978,1980,1996(with shamrocks)
Minor (6) 1967,1968,1969,1971,1972,1973
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