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Loughmore-Castleiney has traditionally been a gaelic football club but also has a successful hurling team. In 2007, it won its second Tipperary Senior Hurling County Final and then went on to win the Munster Club Senior Hurling Championship for the first time.

The Club provided Jim Ryan and Bill Ryan (Laha) to the Tipperary team that played in Croke Park on Bloody Sunday against Dublin in November, 1920 when their playing colleague Michael Hogan of Grangemockler was one of 15 people shot and killed by British forces who opened fire from the sidelines.

In 2013, Loughmore-Castleiney became the first team to win both the football and hurling Tipperary Senior titles in the same year.