Tull Considine

Tull Considine
Personal information
Irish name Traolach Mac Consaidín
Sport Dual player
Football Position: Left corner-forward
Hurling Position: Left corner-forward
Born 1898
Ennis, County Clare, Ireland
Nickname Tull
Years Club
Ennis Dalcassians
Club titles
  Football Hurling
Clare titles 2 6
Years County
1918-1934 Cork
Inter-county titles
  Football Hurling
Munster Titles 1 1
All-Ireland Titles 0 0
League titles 0 0

Turlough Owen "Tull" Considine (born 1898, date of death unknown) was an Irish hurler and Gaelic footballer who played for the Clare senior teams.[1]

A talented dual player, Considine first played for the senior hurling team during the 1918 championship and was a regular on the inter-county scene until his retirement after the 1934 championship. During that time he won one Munster hurling medal. Considine was an All-Ireland runner-up on two occasions.

He also played football with Clare. Appearing in the 1917 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final where Clare lost out to Wexford.

At club level Considine played with the Ennis Dalcassians club and enjoyed much success. In a career that spanned three decades he won six county hurling championship medals and two county football championship medals.

Considine's brothers, Brendan and Willie, were All-Ireland medalists with Clare.


  1. Byrnes, Ollie. "Considine Brothers". Clare Library website. Retrieved 30 December 2012.
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