The association are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of former president, Eddie Hubbard. Eddie was a life long servant of the sport serving on the Leinster board for many years and also served as president of the association from 2009 to 2013. Eddie was best known in Tug of War circles for the…
The AGM of the ITOWA will take place on Sunday the 13th March in The Tullamore court at 2pm. All motions and nominations to be submitted by the 10th February. The following positions are up for Nomination – President elect, Secretary and Treasurer.
The association are sad to hear of the passing of Vincent Canavan, RIP. Funeral arrangements to follow. Click here for funeral arrangements. Click here to see a photo of Vincent with Pat McGurl enjoying the open Tug of War competition in Daventry in May 2007. Ag ndeanaigh Dia trocaire are a ainm.
Sincere sympathy is extended to Helen Hunt of the Ballinastoe Tug of War club on the passing of her husband, Neville. Click here for funeral arrangements.
The following individuals passed the Grade 3 course; Martin Rowland, Francis Kelleher, Pat Carey, Eoin Carey. Also Martin Egan passed the Grade 2 judges course.
Best wishes to Fr Brendan Ward of the Lakehill Tug of War club who was ordained a Priest for the diocese of Raphoe last Sunday. The association would like to wish him all the best for the future.
The association would like to extend it’s deepest sympathies to the family and friends of the late Patsy McDonald, Belturbet, Co Cavan. Patsy had a great love of the sport and was a loyal servant to this club, Killylough and formally Redhills. He represented Ireland on many occasion on the World & European stage and…