2018 Summary and Extended Clubnotes

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Foireann na Seachtaine are our Faoi15B buachaillí who defeated Naomh Jude 3-10:2-3 away in Championship on a pretty wet morning. Despite the conditions there was some nice football on display in a great team performance and well done to the U14s who played up with gamekeeper turned poacher Morgan McMahon trading goalkeeping duties to get two goals.

Adult Football Championship action took place over the weekend. Senior Peiladóirí lost to a strong Castleknock team in O'Toole Park. Junior As received a walkover while Junior Bs won away to Barróg in a low scoring game 0-8:1-4.

Hard luck to our Faoi14A cailíní who missed out on Féile Roinn 1 Semi Final based on scoring difference. They got off to a good start defeating Clanna Gael Fontenoy 4-4:3-3 in their first group game. The B teams Féile will take place in May.

Two good opening day wins for our Minor hurlers in the revamped league format. Our Roinn 2N team defeated Erins Isle 4-17:0-4 with a strong collective team effort with Mark H having a strong game in defense while Mikey D and Tommy O got some fine scores. The second team also played Isles in an open contest. We recovered from a 3 point deficit 5 minutes into the second half to win 3-17:4-7 with a scoring burst of 1-10 in the last 25 minutes. Stephen E picked up some fine points from play in this Roinn 4 win.

Well done to Minor A cailíní who defeated Kilmacud Crokes 2-13:1-8 at home on Saturday.

Well done to our Faoi13C buachaillí who enjoyed a 3 point win on a lovely afternoon away to Fingallians in Sord. We wish a speedy recovery from injury to the BSJ player who was injured in the Roinn 2 clash which resulted in the game being abandoned.

Our Faoi9 buachaillí had a good visit out to Drumnigh winning 2 out of 3 against Trinity Gaels with Adam Byrne scoring a cúl for The Patriots. Well done to Cal Doran and Ryan Collender who took a half each for the home team and enjoyed taking on their team mates.

Ádh mór to our Faoi14 buachaillí in Féile na nGael (hurling) action this weekend. Our As will be hosted by Cuala in Thomastown while Bs will be hosted by Round Towers Clondalkin in Moyle Park.

Tour De Cluain Tarbh will return on Monday May 7th. Register online via clontarfgaa.com/cycle2018 or text Brian on 085-8531716 to register your interest. There will be 50km and 100km routes. €100 entry fee.

One of the highlights of our community activities is our Art Exhibition which will open this Friday April 20th. Ray Kennedy from RTÉ News will open the Exhibition at 8pm on Friday and it will remain open Saturday and Sunday 11am-6pm.

Our condolences to Derek Kehoe, Minor Hurling mentor on the death of his father Jim.

No winner of our club lotto which was held in Graingers Pebble Beach for the first time. GRMA to Paddy and Mark & team for their support. Numbers drawn 6,8,11,27. Consolation prizes Joanne Giles, Brian Douglas. Póta Óir/Jackpot now €7800. Play online or by envelope in An Cúldoras, An Siopa, Pebble Beach, The Sheds or Aspire to Fitness.

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First club Championship action took place over the weekend. A hurlers hosted Naomh Peregrine on Saturday evening in 1st group game in Intermediate Championship and it finished in a draw 0-14:1-11. Junior A hurlers defeated Wild Geese in JHCD 3-9:1-5.

Our Senior Peiladóirí are in Senior Championship action against Castleknock in O'Toole Park at 5.45pm Saturday 14th. Junior As host Peregrines on Sunday morning at 11am while Junior Bs are away to Barróg Sunday at 3pm. Please support. Ádh mór to our Faoi15 buachaillí who will play hopefully the first of many Championship cluichí for Cluain Tarbh on Sunday.

Minor A buachaillí had a thrilling one point league win over Naomh Jude where they survived the concession of two second half goals winning 0-14:2-7 with Paddy G pointing the way with 7 points from saor ciceanna.

Faoi15 hurlers had a good win over Skerries 11-9:4-7 in the unusual surroundings of Trinity College grounds in Santry.

Well done to all who took part in our Campaí Cásca skills camps last week. We hope everyone enjoyed it. GRMA to all the coaches who imparted their knowledge.

Tour De Cluain Tarbh will return on Monday May 7th. Register online via clontarfgaa.com/cycle2018 or text Brian on 085-8531716 to register your interest. There will be 50km and 100km routes. €100 entry fee.

One of the highlights of our community activities is our Art Exhibition which will return this month opening on Friday April 20th.

Well done to Captaen Sarah, Niamh & Caoimhe who helped Áth Cliath Minor Peil na mBan to the Leinster MFC Final scoring 3-3 between them in the win over Cill Dara.

No winner of our club lotto. Numbers drawn 4,15,18,21. Consolation prizes Barney Reilly, David Sneddon. Póta Óir/Jackpot now €7700. Play online or by envelope in An Cúldoras, An Siopa, Pebble Beach, The Sheds or Aspire to Fitness.

 

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Quiet week on the páirc with Adult Peil na mBan teams back in action. B Ladies drew 1-7:2-4 against Portobello in Roinn 4. Cs had a walkover in Roinn 8.

Well done to all who took part in Campa Cásca last week. We hope everyone enjoyed it. Our Easter Camps continue this week with a Football/Peil na mBan skills camp on Thursday April 5th and Hurling/Camogie skills camp on Friday 6th. Both camps will be taken by Dublin county players. Camps are limited to 60 places each day. Book online via clontarfgaa.com/camps

Tour De Cluain Tarbh will return on Monday May 7th. Text Brian on 085-8531716 to register your interest. There will be 50km and 100km routes. €100 entry fee. We will have online registration available later this week.

One of the highlights of our community activities is our Art Exhibition which will return this month opening on Friday April 20th.

Katie Murray helped Áth Cliath to a big win over Monaghan in Cluain Eois on Easter Sunday.

No winner of our club lotto which for the first time went on the road and was online as we Facebook'ed Live from The Sheds. GRMA to Peter and all in The Sheds for their help. Numbers drawn 11,17,27,29. Consolation prizes Barney Reilly, Paddy Armstrong. Póta Óir/Jackpot now €7600. Play online or by envelope in An Cúldoras, An Siopa, Pebble Beach, The Sheds or Aspire to Fitness.

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Seniors had a good win in the AFL2 local derby defeating Raheny 1-9:0-7 at a bright P35. Kevin Lillis got the cúl and Cluain Tarbh led 1-7:0-2 at the break. Raheny came out fighting in the second half and the victory was built on a strong defensive display.

Junior As lost 0-12:2-10 to Lucan at home while Junior Bs were pipped by a point by Vincents in AFL9 losing 0-11:2-6.

It was a very busy weekend for juvenile games after the sneachta. With Easter Holidays lots of players ended up playing 2 games, many played 3 and there might even be a few that played 4 with Cs playing up with Bs and Bs with As etc. Well done to all the players who played up a year as well with Donncha Gallagher from U12s getting a cúl in a fine win for the Faoi13Bs against Thomas Davis on Saturday. The effort from mentors, players and parents in ensuring as many games as possible took place is much appreciated.

Our Faoi9 buachaillí were happy hurlers on a lovely Spring morning as they took on O'Dwyers at home and Grúpa 1 headed up Collins Ave to take on Whitehall Colmcille's. Patrick O'Reilly and Rian Dooley were among the goals for the 'Jaguars', the 'Patriots' had a fine win while the 'Eagles' had their wings clipped by a strong Whitehall team.

It was a beautiful morning at An Naíolann our nursery which will take a sos (break) for Easter Saturday.

Campaí Cásca our Easter Camps continue next week with a Football/Peil na mBan skills camp on Thursday April 5th and Hurling/Camogie skills camp on Friday 6th. Both camps will be taken by Dublin county players. Camps are limited to 60 places each day. Book online via clontarfgaa.com/camps

Tour De Cluain Tarbh will return on Monday May 7th. Text Brian on 085-8531716 to register your interest. There will be 50km and 100km routes. €100 entry fee. We will have online registration available later this week.

One of the highlights of our community activities is our Art Exhibition which will return next month opening on Friday April 20th. Artists may apply to exhibit before Wednesday 28th. Entry form is available on clontarfgaa.com/art.

The club are delighted to announce that McGowans Phibsboro have renewed their sponsorship for 2018 and will sponsor our Junior A Peil na mBan team and our end of season players awards. We're delighted that McGowans are a valued member of #TeamCluainTarbh.

Captaen Sarah Fagan led the Áth Cliath Peil na mBan Minors to victory away to Laois in the MFC Q/F ably assisted by Caoimhe O'Connor and Niamh Hetherton.

The Dubs hurlers with Paddy Smyth playing got off to a blistering start against Tipp but lost out in the AHL Q/F.

We now have over 2300 followers on our Twitter account @ClontarfGAAClub. Keep upto date with all the club news during the week there and on our Facebook page @ClontarfGAAClub and we're on Instagram @cluaintarbh

No winner of our club lotto. Numbers drawn 12,16,19,25. Consolation prizes Eoghan O'Grady, John O'Shea. Póta Óir/Jackpot now €7500 which would be a nice Easter Egg to open this weekend. Play online or by envelope in An Cúldoras, An Siopa, Pebble Beach, The Sheds or Aspire to Fitness.

 

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Seniors had a good win in the AFL2 local derby defeating Raheny 1-9:0-7 at a bright P35. Kevin Lillis got the cúl and Cluain Tarbh led 1-7:0-2 at the break. Raheny came out fighting in the second half and the victory was built on a strong defensive display.

Junior As lost 0-12:2-10 to Lucan at home while Junior Bs were pipped by a point by Vincents in AFL9 losing 0-11:2-6.

It was a very busy weekend for juvenile games after the sneachta. With Easter Holidays lots of players ended up playing 2 games, many played 3 and there might even be a few that played 4 with Cs playing up with Bs and Bs with As etc. Well done to all the players who played up a year as well with Donncha Gallagher from U12s getting a cúl in a fine win for the Faoi13Bs against Thomas Davis on Saturday. The effort from mentors, players and parents in ensuring as many games as possible took place is much appreciated.

Our Faoi9 buachaillí were happy hurlers on a lovely Spring morning as they took on O'Dwyers at home and Grúpa 1 headed up Collins Ave to take on Whitehall Colmcille's. Patrick O'Reilly and Rian Dooley were among the goals for the 'Jaguars', the 'Patriots' had a fine win while the 'Eagles' had their wings clipped by a strong Whitehall team.

It was a beautiful morning at An Naíolann our nursery which will take a sos (break) for Easter Saturday.

Campaí Cásca our Easter Camps continue next week with a Football/Peil na mBan skills camp on Thursday April 5th and Hurling/Camogie skills camp on Friday 6th. Both camps will be taken by Dublin county players. Camps are limited to 60 places each day. Book online via clontarfgaa.com/camps

Tour De Cluain Tarbh will return on Monday May 7th. Text Brian on 085-8531716 to register your interest. There will be 50km and 100km routes. €100 entry fee. We will have online registration available later this week.

One of the highlights of our community activities is our Art Exhibition which will return next month opening on Friday April 20th. Artists may apply to exhibit before Wednesday 28th. Entry form is available on clontarfgaa.com/art.

The club are delighted to announce that McGowans Phibsboro have renewed their sponsorship for 2018 and will sponsor our Junior A Peil na mBan team and our end of season players awards. We're delighted that McGowans are a valued member of #TeamCluainTarbh.

Captaen Sarah Fagan led the Áth Cliath Peil na mBan Minors to victory away to Laois in the MFC Q/F ably assisted by Caoimhe O'Connor and Niamh Hetherton.

The Dubs hurlers with Paddy Smyth playing got off to a blistering start against Tipp but lost out in the AHL Q/F.

We now have over 2300 followers on our Twitter account @ClontarfGAAClub. Keep upto date with all the club news during the week there and on our Facebook page @ClontarfGAAClub and we're on Instagram @cluaintarbh

No winner of our club lotto. Numbers drawn 12,16,19,25. Consolation prizes Eoghan O'Grady, John O'Shea. Póta Óir/Jackpot now €7500 which would be a nice Easter Egg to open this weekend. Play online or by envelope in An Cúldoras, An Siopa, Pebble Beach, The Sheds or Aspire to Fitness.

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Mixed weekend on the páirc with several matches cancelled due to unplayable pitches. It started off well under Friday night lights with our Minor C buachaillí defeating Ballyfermot DLS on P35 while next door on 34 our Faoi15 B buachaillí got their first win of the 2018 campaign with a 2-8:2-1 victory over Cuala.

Our Adult A hurlers defeated Peregrines 01-6:1-6, our B hurlers were defeated by Ballyboden St.Endas while our third hurling team had their second victory though they were denied an outing as they received a walkover.

Minor A buachaillí put in a strong performance but lost out to Crokes 1-15:1-8 while Minor Bs narrowly lost away to Na Fianna.

Contrasting fortunes in Russell Park on Saturday as our Faoi9 buachaillí hurled very well against St Brigids in Go Games. Our Faoi13 C buachaillí had a very tough afternoon but showed great character to keep going and get some scores in the second half of their football grading game.

The club as part of our Healthy Club initiative will be inviting players, parents and coaches to 'Get Match Fit'. Look out for details later this week.

Our Faoi14 cailíní are holding a Race Night Fundraiser for Féile this Thursday 15th in Cúldoras. First race is off at 9pm. Please come along and support.

Cúldoras will open at 2.15pm on Lá Fhéile Pádraig. The astro is open for páistí and the Ireland-England rugbaí will be shown from 2.45pm with finger food served in the bar.

Online booking is now available for Campa Cásca our Easter Camp in St.Paul's College March 27th-29th. Strictly limited to 100 places. Book online via clontarfgaa.com/camps

There will also be a Football/Peil na mBan skills camp on Thursday April 5th and Hurling/Camogie skills camp on Friday 6th. Both camps will be taken by Dublin county players. Camps are limited to 60 places each day. Book online via clontarfgaa.com/camps

Tour De Cluain Tarbh will return on Monday May 7th. Text Brian on 085-8531716 to register your interest. There will be 50km and 100km routes. €100 entry fee.

No winner of our club lotto. Numbers drawn 13,25,26,30. Lucky dip winners Brendan Doody and Blanaid Dunne. Póta Óir/Jackpot is now €7300. If you're not in, you can't win!

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Quiet week in the club due to Storm Emma with lots of sneachta. Couple of busy nights in Cúldoras with people escaping cabin fever!

Online booking is now available for Campa Cásca our Easter Camp in St.Paul's College March 27th-29th. Strictly limited to 100 places. Book online via clontarfgaa.com/camps

There will also be a Football/Peil na mBan skills camp on Thursday April 5th and Hurling/Camogie skills camp on Friday 6th. Both camps will be taken by Dublin county players. Camps are limited to 60 places each day. Book online via clontarfgaa.com/camps

Tour De Cluain Tarbh will return on Monday May 7th. Text Brian on 085-8531716 to register your interest. There will be 50km and 100km routes. €100 entry fee.

Fitting for 3D Printed Gumshields in the club Monday March 12th. Register on impactgumshields.com/clontarfgaamar2018

No winner of our club lotto. Numbers drawn 2,8,11,20. Lucky dip winners Barney Reilly and Declan O'Grady. Póta Óir/Jackpot is now €7200. If you're not in, you can't win!

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Foireann na seachtaine are our Junior B hurlers who had a very successful first competitive game in AHL9 on Sunday. Away to Réalt Dearg in Drimngh Castle the first half was a cagey affair with Cluain Tarbh leading by the minimum 0-4:0-3. The lads opened up in the second half winning 4-14:0-4 with a mixture of youth from some minors to experience. Inter hurlers lost in AHL3 away to Pats Palmerstown while Junior A hurlers narrowly lost in the winter sun at home to Naomh Fionnbarra.

Good win for Minor A buachaillí defeating St.Vincents 2-4:0-6 in Roinn 1. The club fielded 3 minor football teams on Sunday and were scheduled to field three minor peil na mban teams on Saturday with the Minor A cailíní defeating Cuala 5-9:1-5 away in Roinn 1.

Faoi15A buachaillí made it 4 from 4 with a win away to TSS while Bs missed out losing on reversed scores of 3-4:4-3 at home to Naomh Ólaf.

Our Faoi11 buachaillí hurled well against St.Annes on DCC and away to Na Fianna. Hard luck to Mike Fitz who's attempted goal from a diving header was saved on the line! Faoi9 buachaillí continued Go Games with hurling cluichí against Naomh Barróg on Saturday.

The club would like to thank ROBUS and National Lighting who sponsored our Fashion Show in the Helix last Friday. Almost 1000 people attended for a night of fashion and fun. Well done to all the club members and cairde who modelled. To the organising committee and everyone who helped in anyway. Thanks to all the boutiques and menswear shops that provided the clothes and to the local businesses who sponsored raffle prizes. Link to photos from the event are available on our Facebook page.

Online booking is now available for Campa Cásca our Easter Camp in St.Paul's College March 27th-29th. Strictly limited to 100 places. Book online via clontarfgaa.com/camps

There will also be a Football/Peil na mBan skills camp on Thursday April 5th and Hurling/Camogie skills camp on Friday 6th. Both camps will be taken by Dublin county players. Camps are limited to 60 places each day. Book online via clontarfgaa.com/camps

Comhghairdeas to our GPO Ger Dinan who was part of the Dublin North Colleges management team that lifted the Leinster Hurling title on Thursday.

Sam Maguire made a surprise appearance at An Naíolann, our nursery on Saturday morning. Hopefully some of our nursery members will get a chance to lift Sam or Brendan Martin when they are older as players.

Patrick Smyth lined out for the Dubs against Al-Ireland Champions Gaillimh in Páirc Parnell while Katie Murray played for Áth Cliath Peil na mBan in the televised game against Maigh Eo in Castlebar.

Tour De Cluain Tarbh will return on Monday May 7th. Text Brian on 085-8531716 to register your interest. There will be 50km and 100km routes. €100 entry fee.

Fitting for 3D Printed Gumshields in the club Monday March 12th. Register on impactgumshields.com/clontarfgaamar2018

No winner of our club lotto. Numbers drawn 4,11,16,17. Lucky dip winners Jim O'Donoghue and Cian O'Flaherty. Póta Óir/Jackpot is now €7100. If you're not in, you can't win!

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Following up on the first outing for our third adult hurling team last week Sunday was the first day we fielded two Minor Hurling teams within the club. Well done to all 37 players who togged out including the Faoi16 lads that played up with 1 win and 1 defeat.

Our Seniors won the local derby in their first outing in AFL2 defeating Scoil Uí Chonaill 1-10:0-7. A cúl from Kevin Lillis featured in a big second half as they recovered from a 0-4:0-2 half time deficit. Our Junior A peiladóirí defeated O'Dwyers 0-14:-0-8 in AFL5 while our Junior B team lost to Ballyfermot DLS in AFL9.

Our Faoi15A buachaillí made it 3 wins from 3 in Roinn 2 defeating Ballymun Kickhams at home. The Bs put in a great shift in Castleknock but lost out. The Faoi11 Eagles took to the skies and had a good win away against BSJ while the crossover Bobcats-Falcons playing as the Wolves  showed promise in a tough outing.

The Faoi9 buachaillí had their first Peil Go Games on Saturday hosting Sylvesters. Well done to the Eagles, Patriots and Jaguars who all played really well.

There are a limited number of tickets remaining for the fashion event of the year our Fashion Show in The Helix this February 23rd. Available in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm) or text Grainne 087 2370625, Ruth 085 7278693 or Siobhán 087 6771835.

Campa Cásca our Easter Camp returns next month running March 27-29. Online booking will open this week and will be limited to first 100 children.

Tour De Cluain Tarbh will return on Monday May 7th. Text Brian on 085-8531716 to register your interest. There will be 50km and 100km routes. €100 entry fee.

No winner of the club lotto. Numbers drawn were 7,17,25,32. Consolation prize winners were Alexandra Duane & Eoin Kellett. Póta Óir now €7000. Play online via our website or by envelope in An Siopa, Cúldoras, The Sheds or Pebble Beach.

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GRMA to Kerry legend Dara Ó Cinnéide who was the guest speaker at the annual Chairman's Evening sponsored by Trustee Decisions which took place on Friday night at the clubhouse. Dara provided a very entertaining recount of his GAA career with An Ghaeltacht and Ciarraí and the characters that influenced him along the way. His insights into coaching and the GAA in general captivated the audience for the evening. Congratulations to Noel Hickey who was presented with a Club Fleece as a Special Appreciation Award. Congratulations also to Trish Duffy who received The Club Person of the Year award sponsored by Duggan Jewelers.

For the first time Cluain Tarbh will field 3 adult hurling teams in 2018 and on Sunday our Junior B hurlers defeated Erins Isle in their first challenge game. This was their first outing with a blend of experience with the team having players ranging in age from 18 to 52.

Tickets for the fashion event of the year our Fashion Show in The Helix on February 23rd are on sale. Available in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm) or text Grainne 087 2370625, Ruth 085 7278693 or Siobhán 087 6771835.

Our Faoi11 buachaillí had a very useful set of hurling challenge matches against Whitehall Colmcilles while earlier in the morning our Faoi9 buachaillí also prepared for the new season with a hurling challenge against the same club. Our Faoi15A buachaillí had a one point win away to Castleknock in the league. Special thanks again to the lads who played up in supporting the Bs.

Campa Cásca our Easter Camp returns next month running March 27-29. Further details to follow.

Tour De Cluain Tarbh will return on Monday May 7th. Further details to follow in the coming weeks.

No winner of the club lotto. Numbers drawn were 7,11,15,27. Consolation prize winners were Emer Spring & Jim McKenna. Póta Óir now €6800. Play online via our website or by envelope in An Siopa, Cúldoras, The Sheds or Pebble Beach.

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The Minor team fundraising skip share resumes this weekend. Check clontarfgaa.com/skipshare for details.

Tickets for the fashion event of the year our Fashion Show in The Helix on February 23rd are on sale. Available in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm) or text Grainne 087 2370625, Ruth 085 7278693 or Siobhán 087 6771835.

The club have recently launched our Healthy Club initiative. Further details on our website on clontarfgaa.com/healthyclub

Imreoir na seachtaine is Ciarán Giles who grabbed a hat trick of goals playing up for U15s. He was ably assisted by his brother Cian and Cillian Hayes and Fionn Magner who played up from U13s in a battling performance against James Gaels. Unfortunately the team were edged out in an entertaining match. U15As had a good win in their league opener away to Naomh Mearnóg.

Well done to Paddy Smyth who helped Áth Cliath hurlers edge out Aontroim in AHL 1B. Katie Murray started for Áth Cliath Peil na mBan in their league victory over Westmeath.

GRMA to sponsors Sherry FitzGerald Lettings who launched the 2018 U9 boys and girls geansaí at the club on Sunday.

Our juvenile Peil na mBan teams had some great training sessions over the weekend. Kerry legend Colm Cooper took the Faoi15 cailíní for training on Saturday while the U12/13/14 cailíní trained with Áth Cliath. GRMA to Willy O'Connor who helped arrange that session.

The club host several social sports games on the club astro. New players are always welcome, contact details on clontarfgaa.com/Social/Sport.

The club now have a LinkedIn page, search for Clontarf GAA Club to follow us.

No winner of the club lotto. Numbers drawn were 1,10,22,23. Consolation prize winners were Fionnuala McNamee & PJ Ryan. Póta Óir now €6800. Play online via our website or by envelope in An Siopa, Cúldoras, The Sheds or Pebble Beach.
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Tickets for the fashion event of the year our Fashion Show in The Helix on February 23rd are selling fast. Available in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm) or text Grainne 087 2370625, Ruth 085 7278693 or Siobhán 087 6771835.

The club have recently launched our Healthy Club initiative. Further details on our website on clontarfgaa.com/healthyclub

Ádh mór to all our teams who are entering into competition this weekend.

Although the result didn't go their way well done to Paddy Smyth on lining out for Áth Cliath hurlers in Páirc an Chrócaigh on Saturday night. Better result for Katie Murray & Sarah McCaffrey who started for Áth Cliath Peil na mBan in their first league game in Letterkenny.

Our condolences to the Lindsay clann on the death of Sean who was a team mentor for many years.

The club host several social sports games on the club astro. New players are always welcome, contact details on clontarfgaa.com/Social/Sport.

The club now have a LinkedIn page, search for Clontarf GAA Club to follow us.

Well done to all who took part in the Charity Blitz which raised €2042 for Pieta House.
No winner of the club lotto. Numbers drawn were 1,7,24,30. Consolation prize winners were Brian O'Callaghan & Maura Devine. Póta Óir now €6700.

 

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