Pic of the Week - Jan 28th 2007
Sean Boylan presents mentor awards to Marguerite Walsh and Noel Joy for their achievements with Belgrove Boys and Girls NS in 2006
Pic of the Week - Feb 4th 2007
St. Annes Pk development continues to make good progress. Both natural grass pitches include high quality drainage and are expected to be ready by late Summer.
Pic of the Week - Feb 11th 2007
2006 was another fine year for Ladies Football in Clontarf. Pictured above are the Ladies Player of the Year (left), Carrie O'Connor and Most improved Player (right), Caroline O'Connell
Pic of the Week - Feb 18th 2007
Clontarf's Tieghernan O'Connor wins the battle for possession during the U11 challenge match V Faughs, played on the synthetic pitch at Clontarf GAA.
In 2006 Junior Footballer Darren Ryan travelled to Calcutta on a 10 week teaching programme with a local NGO and took with him 15 Cluain Tarbh jersies that brought many smiles.
Pic of the Week - Mar 4th 2007
Awards winners at the annual dinner dance were Bill Roynane (left) and Paul Casey (right). Bill received a special recognition award, for his 40 years of outstanding service to the club. Juvenile mentor and Executive officer Paul Casey was awarded club person of the year.
Minor Midfielder Ger Carey shows his determination against Whitehall. The minors gathered their 1st league points with an impressive (3-6,1-6) win on a bitterly cold Bank holiday Monday in St. Annes.(Read the Match Report)
Pic of the Week - Mar 25th 2007
Action from the clash of Clontarf Under 12C's with St. Josephs OCB, played at St. Annes Pk. Dean Moore sets up a goal opportunity, while Margaret Mohan supports.(See more Pictures from this match)
Nobody was going to make an April Fool out of Clontarf half back Keith Nutley, as he fists the ball clear during today's Junior B (Stacey Cup) clash with O'Tooles.
Cluain Tarbh brought a selection of U13 and U14 hurlers to play against Ballyhale Shamrocks on Tuesday 4th April. In a very competitive game (Ballyhale 3-4 Cluain Tarbh 0-7),our future senior hurlers put in a fine performance.Mark McMahon and Thomas O Donoghue certainly showed Kilkenny's hurlers that Dublin have serious warriors coming through the juvenile system. (Photo Gallery)
Clontarf's Ross McCullagh (see here in possession) was the star performer in the recent U12 Dublin North V South Easter Tournament. He scored a magnificant 2-6, with 2-5 coming from play. This annual U12 tournament is always one of the highlights of the Dublin Juvenile calendar.
The winners of the recent Pool competition for 15 to 17 year olds were Team 6 (above ) - Ronan O'Grady, Aidan O'Halloran and Kevin McGrath. The beaten finalists were Willie Lillis, Craig McConnell & Connor Cronin.
Action from the Feile Peil Div 2 final at Parnell Pk on Sun Apr 29th. Clontarf supporters watch on as William Lillis sets up another Clontarf attack.
Clontarf and Scoil Ui Chonaill Under 12 Girls served up another well contested Division 2 league clash on the bank holiday weekend. Both sides have enjoyed a close rivalry in recent years (More Photos)
ClontarfJunior Hurlers continue their recent good run, drawing with Na Fianna in the Championship. Pictured above is half back Robert Stokes setting Clontarf on the attack.
ClontarfJunior A midfielder Fergal Lynch in action during the 1st round Championship clash with Thomas Davis.
Clontarf players Eamon Heneghan, Niall Terry, Barry Heneghan, Fiona Terry and Sean Brodie pictured in Croke Park at the recent launch of the Asthma Society Of Ireland 'Reach your peak with asthma' DVD which was part recorded on our synthetic pitch.
Group photo of the recent Under 14 squads trip to the Burren in Co. Clare. See Photo Gallery of the trip
Clontarf U12 A Footbalers were crowned Cup champions after a fine win over St. Vincents A. See pics of the final
Conor Mullins made his Croke Park debut in the Primary Schools Exhibition game prior to the Dublin/Meath clash. It capped off a fine few weeks for Conor, who was one of the stars of the recent U12 Cup win over St. Vincents.
Clontarf Under 10's had their final outing before the summer recess. They hosted Fingallians on Sat morning at St. Pauls and posted a narrow overall victory in 3 well contested matches. Conor Doherty gets in close for a great block. See more photos
Clontarf Under 9's supporting the Dubs at the recent Dublin V Offaly clash in Croke Park. See more photos of the trip
Clontarf Under 9 Footballer celebrate after the Ger Canavan Tournament, in which they were runners up. Also checkout Under 9's page for reports and pics on their recent trip to Buffers Alley Wexford and to Croke Pk.
Clontarf Senior Footballer's top scorer to date this year Shane McIntyre in action V Raheny. The seniors have won 4 of their last 5 league matches and are well placed going into the summer break.
A tale of two Clontarf men - Action from the 2007 Leinster Junior Championship. Dublin's Kevin Devine holds off the challenge of Wicklow's David Smith.
The floodlights were switched on in St. Annes this week for testing. Competitive action will commence within the next 8 weeks on Pitch 34, with pitch 35 in use in the new year.
The sun made a welcome appearance for the 1st week of the Summer Camps. Over 90 kids aged 5-13 participated in the week long VHI Cul Camp (Hurling & Football). (See more Pictures from the camp)
The final week of Summer Camp saw Neil O'Driscoll introduce hurling to our visitors from Keyna. These 10 childern visited St. John's parish on a short trip from their orphanage in Nairobi, Keyna.
Clontarf Under 12's, impressive winners of the Division 2 Camaint final in Parnell Pk
Mentor Matt O'Neill watches over the Under 5's on the 1st weekend of a new season. Over 50 kids made their debut on Saturday morning, with an exceptional turnout this year from the girls.
Clontarf minors reached the Championship semi-final with an impressive win over St. Maurs (8-4,1-8). Teddy Cronin is pictured about to fire over an excellent point from distance after a great solo run through the heart of the Maurs defence.
Clontarf's Craig Mc Connell strikes for goal during the U15 Championship 1/4 final won by Whitehall. Despite a battling 2nd half performance, the home side were unable overcome the consession of 3 1st half goals.
Team of the week are the Clontarf's U13 hurlers who defeated Naomh Barrog (2-7,2-4) in the Shield Championship Final. Pictured above is Robert Reynolds launching another attack as Morgan Walsh and the Clontarf supporters look on. See Gallery from the Final
Clontarf Midfielder John Conroy prepares to gather possession during the Minor Championship final. Conroy was instrumental in setting up the winning goal See video of the winning goal
Action from the recent U14 Div 1 league win over St. Sylvesters. Mark Hughes outfields six footer Conor Meany while Joey O'Grady and Thomas O'Donoghue look on.
Peadar Hickey was in sparkling free-taking form as Clontarf's Junior Hurlers overcame Na Fianna by a single point in a tense Championship semi-final. They now play Craobh Ciaran in the Championship Final.
Clontarf Nursery Under 5's giving chase during the Saturday morning session at the clubhouse.
Alan Sheriden and John Traenor look on as Neil Mullins slams home Clontarf's 2nd goal during the U21 Championship 1st round win over St. Marys.
One up, one down - Aidan Morrissey climbs for possession as John O'Halloran awaits the outcome during Clontarf's last league game of 2007. The Seniors lost to Fingal Ravens by 3 pts, thus ending their quest for promotion this season.
Clontarf Girls Under 15 squad enjoy a weekend break at the Carlingford Adventure centure - See Gallery
Clontarf Girls Under 11 squad enjoyed their end of season party, ice-skating at the RDS. - See U11 Girls page