I.T.O.W.A. Participation Development 2019 Club Developmental Programme With so Few novice, Ladies, and Youth teams taking part in Tug of War, we need to help develop these clubs in a way that recruitment of new pullers and allow them compete where they can gain experience in a competitive environment. In 2018 we introduced a Participation […]
Category: Irish Open Events
Last Sunday seen the teams travel to Ballynonty, Co Tipperary where Killenaule Tug of War Club in conjunction with the ITOWA hosted the 1st round of The National League. Ballinastoe, Castlegregory, G&B, Mulchair, Mighty Oaks & Killenaule all competed on the day. The 680kg competition was first with all the teams fighting it out to […]
With immediate effect, the Irish Tug of War Association will be implementing the rule, set by TWIF, about the use of belts while competing. The rule states (taken directly from the TWIF Rules Manual 2018): “A leather or woven belt may be worn by a puller to support his/her back during competition. No construction or […]
On Thursday the 20th September tug of war made it to the ploughing!! An open 6-a-side catchweight competition was held there. The competition kicked off at 2pm. Castlegregory, Mighty Oaks, Killenaule, and a mixed club team competed. Thankfully, as the competition started the rain eased off so the spectators got to enjoy watching the pulling. […]
The venue for the 2nd round of the National League has been changed. The competition will now be held in Piltown, Co. Kilkenny, hosted by the Mighty Oaks club. For more information see the Fixtures & Events Page.
Click here to see report. Click here to see some of the action from Edenderry. Click here to see Boyneside v Ballinastoe in the ladies competition.
Click here to see report