Séamus Qualter

Séamus Qualter
Personal information
Irish name Séamus Mac Ualtair
Sport Hurling
Born 1966
Turloughmore, County Galway, Ireland
Years Club
Club titles
Galway titles 1
Connacht titles 1

Séamus Qualter (born 1966) is an Irish retired hurler and hurling manager.

Born in Turloughmore, County Galway, Qualter excelled at hurling in his youth. At club level he is a one-time Connacht medallist with Turlougmore. In addition to this he also won one championship medal with the club.


After retirement from playing Qualter became involved in team management and coaching. At club level he has managed St. Faithleach's Gaelic football team in Roscommon. During his tenure as manager of the Westmeath senior hurling team, Qualter delivered two Christy Ring Cup titles, while he also took charge of the Westmeath minor hurlers.[1] He later served as manager of the Roscommon under-21 and senior hurling teams.[2]


His father, P. J. Qualter, played hurling for Galway from 1966 until 1977, while his son, Danny, is a rugby union player for Connacht Rugby.[3]






  1. "Qualter takes over Westmeath minors". Hogan Stand website. 25 October 2007. Retrieved 23 January 2014.
  2. "Qualter is new Roscommon hurling boss". Hogan Stand website. 9 December 2009. Retrieved 23 January 2014.
  3. "Qualter stars for Ireland U-18 school side". Westmeath Independent. 30 December 2009. Retrieved 23 January 2014.
Sporting positions
Preceded by
Tom Ryan
Westmeath Senior Hurling Manager
Succeeded by
Johnny Dooley
Preceded by
Dave McConn
Roscommon Senior Hurling Manager
Succeeded by
Justin Campbell

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