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In the earlier part of the century Moycullen had many homes including Melia's field, Knockshanbally, John McDonagh's field, Leagaun, Donoghue's field, Clooniffe, and Vaughan's field but in 1967 work started on "The Rocks field" Ballydotia as it was known then. The ground was commonage shared between a number of local families who made it available to to Coiste Páirc Mháigh Cuilinn. A plaque commemorating this was installed on the side of the clubhouse. In 1972 Pairc Maigh Cuilinn was completed and the first match was played in July between Moycullen hurlers and Fr. Tom's, Boston. Work has been ongoing since, with the original dressing rooms and clubhouse completed in 1980. Later in 1990, the direction of the pitch was changed to parallel to the main road and a second larger pitch was added. the second pitch completed. A first fruition of the successful Club Lotto was the completion of 300 seat stand in May 1996. In the first decade of this century, Moycullen Handball came onto the site and built a modern indoor standalone facility. An all weather pitch and an extensive hurling wall added to the sporting facilities, a machine/equipment storage shed added to onsite security. A modern children's playground was also provided and also paved pedestrian/chair access to it and the stand from the car-park. The clubhouse was redeveloped in early 2013, when the the number of dressing rooms was increased to four, a referees room was added, along with public toilets (including accessible toilets.) and a small kitchen. The old hall was replaced by a larger (heated and insulated) multi-purpose facility. The fresh look was completed by adding pavement and tarmac around the building and throughout the car-park. In 2015, at the opposite end of the site, Moycullen Handball completed the construction anadditional 60 x 30 alley.
Clubhouse, Baile Doite seen from Training Pitch Clubhouse, Baile Doite, indoor, during post 5k 2013 refreshments