|Nickname:||The Blue Devils / The Village|
|Grounds:||Adrian Freeman Memorial Park|
|Senior Club Championships|
Players are drawn from the Tooreen area as well as from the Aghamore, Ballyhaunis, Kilkelly and Knock areas. The club is affiliated as an Exclusive Hurling Club to the Mayo County Board.
The club was formed in 1957 and celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2007.
The club won its first Mayo Senior Hurling Championship Title in 1966 and is the holder of 30 county senior titles and is the current (2019) champion.
In 2017, the club became the first Mayo team, and the first from outside Galway, to win the Connacht Intermediate Hurling final. They were four point winners over Ballinderreen of Galway in Athleague, winning by 1 -14 to 1- 11.
Tooreen Hurling Club also has an underage section with teams from U6 to U18. The club colours are blue and white.
- "Tooreen's true blues". The Mayo News. Retrieved 9 November 2017.
- "Connacht Club IHC: Tooreen celebrate historic provincial success". hoganstand.com. Retrieved 6 November 2017.
- "14-man Ballinderreen shocked in Connacht Club hurling decider". The Connacht Tribune. Retrieved 9 November 2017.
- http://www.westernpeople.ie/news/story/?trs=mhsnsnauoj&cat=sport[permanent dead link]