||Junior 'C' Championship: Eire of 2-6 Clonmore 5-18
The Juniors put up another big score away to Eire Óg in the Championship tonight to record a rare enough win against the aristocrats of Carlow footbal in their home ground.
With ten different scorers, this team is shaping up well and have now qualified for the Quarter Finals at least.
The winners of our game away to Palatine next Wednesday will top the Group and go straight through to the Semi-Finals. Pal drew 0-8 apiece with L''bridge tonight.
||Minor Championship Division Two Final: Clonmore 2-14 Asca 3-3.
Clonmore Minors reversed a 7-5 to 0-10 defeat to Asca in August to win this Final with a brilliant spirited display.
While Oisín Doyle, Adam Deay, Adam Smith, Aaron Kelly and Ciaran Mooney were the stand-out players, this victory was based on a huge effort by all 16 players who played on the night, especially the six backs who defended magnificently against much bigger & stronger opponents
Congratulations to all players and Mentors concerned..
||IFC Clonmore 0-11 Fighting Cocks 0-10
The Intermediates had to battle all the way to eek out a narrow win in what has become our annual dogfight with the Fighting Cocks.
Having played against the wind in the first half, we found ourselves losing by 0-7 to 0-4 at HT. The lads raised their game in the 2nd half but still needed a point from Robert Bulmer at least 10 mins into injury time to win the game.
Next up: Kildavin/ Clonegal on Sunday, 20 September, at 3.30pm in Bro Leo Park, Tullow.
||Junior C Championship: Clonmore 5-17 Leighlinbridge 0-5
The Juniors led from pillar to post in this lively Championship encounter in Woodside on Wednesday evening.
Clonmore look to have a lively young squad but sterner tests lie ahead – starting with Eire Óg in Páirc Uí Briain on Wednesday next at 7.30pm.
||IFC First Round: Clonmore 1-14 Fenagh 3-8 (Draw)
The Intermediates made a blistering start to go 1-4 to 0-0 ahead after 12 minutes but had to come from three points down with 5 minutes to go to snatch a draw in injury time. In a game that could have gone either way, we'll take the draw and move on to the next game V Fighting Cocks on Sunday next 13 Sept.
The game V Fenagh was “live streamed” by Barrow Vision, in association with Woodside Garden Products on Facebook at this link: https://facebook.com/clonmore.j.gfc
||Intermediate Championship: Clonmore V Fenagh
The following are our IFC Group fixtures:
- Friday 4 September, 7.30pm V Fenagh,
- Sunday 13 September, 3.30pm V Fighting Cocks,
- Sunday 20 September, 3.30pm V Kildavin/Clonegal.
Keep an eye on Twitter for details of the live streaming of the games. Best of luck to all our players and mentors in the games ahead.
||GAA activity returns - eLearning module must be completed by all
Please read the return to activity guidelines in the FULL STORY.
The return to activity can only go ahead if all Players, Coaches, Administrators & Parents/Guardians in the Club complete the eLearning module and are following the control measures in place (health questionnaire etc).
||SFL Div 2: Naomh Eoin 0-7 Clonmore 1-11
Clonmore Intermediates got their season off to a winning start with an encouraging display in a game played in ideal weather conditions in Myshall on Friday evening.
Next game is away to Kilbride on Sunday 15 March at 4.30pm
||Annual Awards night - Saturday, 15 February, at 8pm in the Clubhouse.
Intermediate Player of the Year: Shane Murphy,
Junior: Owen Coleman
Young Player of the Year: Tom Pollard,
Minor: Anthony Kealy-McDonald
Clubman of the Year: Matt Cullen
Juvenile Clubman of the Year: Ken McLoughlin,
Hall of Fame Award: Mick O''Sullivan who played senior football for the club throughout the 1960s and 70s.
Congratulations to all the Awards Winners
Following the AGM on Saturday, 30 November, there is a vacancy for the position of Secretary as a result of Clive Lambe stepping down.
We thank Clive for his outstanding service to the club during his seven years in this important job. We also welcome new Committee members, Ted Forde and Paul Byrne.
Membership Fees for 2020 have been increased to €40 for Adults and €30 for Minors and Students .