Cumann Lúthchleas Gael - Gaelic Athletic Association

Cumann Chluain Daimh - Clonduff GAA Club

Clonduff GAA Club is at the heart of the community providing Gaelic Activities

Football, Camogie, Hurling, Ladies Football, Handball, Cultural & Social Activities!

Senior Co Winners - 9 SFC - 1930, 1944, 1945, 1947, 1949, 1952, 1957, 1980, 2000, AI Football 7s 2009;
3 Senior Ladies FC - 2006, 2007, 2008; 5 Senior Camogie Championship - 2007, 2009, 2010, 2014, Ulster Camogie Club Champions 2014, 2018; AI Camogie 7s Shield 2009; Numerous County Handball titles; 2 AI Senior Handball Titles; 3 JHC; Numerous County Scór Titles; 2 AI Scór Sinsir & 3 AI Scór na nÓg Titles

Who is Clonduff

Committee & Contacts

Weekly Activities


All-Ireland  Winners


Clonduff Manual

Click here to email Clonduff 


Clonduff People - Past and Present


Clonduff GAA Club Contacts


Committee / Mentors




2019 Juvenile Registration Form

2019 Adult Registration Form


Cardiac Screening Checklist

2019 Child & Parent Codes of Conduct

2019 Adult Player Code of Conduct

2019 Supporters Code of Conduct

2019 Coaches/Volunteers Code of Conduct

Useful GAA Links for Coaches, Parents and Children

Guidelines for dealing with Allegations of Abuse

Code of Behaviour (Underage)

Our Games Our Code - Code of Best Practice for Youth




MINUTES OF 2017 AGM                AGM on Wednesday 28th November in Clubrooms at 7pm


Play Friends of Clonduff Lotto Online!

Two All Ireland Titles within two weeks!


Heartiest congratulations to our Senior Camogie Team who defeated Gailltir (Waterford and Munster Champions) on score of 0-10 to 0-9 in the All Ireland Final in Croke Park on Sunday 3rd March 2019!

It was a bitterly cold wet day but none of the big Clonduff contingent were aware of it especially in the last few minutes which were really nail-biting! The three minutes additional time seemed like 30 minutes! But worth it!

Clonduff had stormed into a 5 point lead before the Waterford side got into their stride - at half time it was 0-7 to 0-5. There were two major talking points in the half - Fionnuala Carr gathered the ball outside the half-way line, turned and with probably the sweetest strike ever to grace Croke Park, she fired over the bar. Fionnuala was to the fore again when Gailltir were awarded a penalty - Fionnuala was the one on the line to block it round the post!

Clonduff got the first two points of the second half to move 4 ahead but again back came Gailltir scoring three in a row. Captain Fantastic Paula O'Hagan then fired over a long-range free but again Gailtir came back and they fought extremely hard for that elusive goal but with the Clonduff defence in mean mood that was not going to happen and it didn't!
The joy and relief among both players and supporters knew no bounds and it was an amazing sight to see your Club Name and Crest displayed on that big screen! Then it was back home (after the Senior Final which was won by Derry side Slaughtneil) - after a tour of the parish in the heavily falling snow it was into the beautifully decorated Clubrooms for the post-match banquet fit for Clonduff's first ever on-field All Ireland Champions.

Team: Karen Haughey, Nicola O’Hagan, Jenna Boden, Erin Rafferty; Sarah Murphy, Fionnuala Carr, Clare McGilligan, Paula O’Hagan (Capt), Clara Cowan, Isabella O’Hare, Orla Gribben, Katie McGilligan, Beth Fitzpatrick, Sara Louise Graffin, Cassie Fitzpatrick; Subs used: Elizabeth Wilson, Megan O’Reilly, Roisin Mulholland; Other Panellists: Niohmi Murray, Molly Brown, Shannon O’Hagan, Natasha Boyle, Niamh Fitzpatrick, Orla Morgan, Erin Lively, Caitlin Harper, Roisin McPolin, Hannah Wilson, Ally Magee, Kitty Fegan, Orla Morgan, Ursula Kearney. Team Officials: Damian Farnon, Alastair McGilligan (Managers), Ciarán Kearney (Goalkeeping Coach), Derek Dunne, Aaron Graffin (Coaches), Frank Quinn (Strength & Conditioning), Niamh Canning (Physio)



Many congratulations to 15-year old Aoife Trainor who was adjudged the best young singer in Ireland at the Scór na nÓg Finals in Castlebar, Co Mayo on Saturday 16th February 2019. Aoife, singing 'Slan Abhaile' as a tribute to her little sister Ella who died tragically in 2016, beat off the champions from the other four provinces. In all it was a great day for Ulster competitors winning the Table Quiz (Cavan), Ceili Dancing (Antrim), Solo Singing (Aoife from Down), Recitation (Antrim) and the Leirui Staitse (Antrim). Aoife is pictured here with All Ireland GAA President John Horan (l) and All Ireland Scór Chair Aodhan Brennan! Aoife's All Ireland success was the curtain raiser for the Camogie All Ireland success two weeks later.

Aerial view of Clonduff Park

A wonderful aerial photograph of of our magnificent facilities by Mourne Images



Health and Wellness

Cardiac Screening

Drug & Alcohol Policy

Health & Safety Policy

Drink Aware for your Health's Sake

Kids Health Booklet

 (Ulster Council)

Sharon's Presentation

Drinking Plans



Clonduff Manual

GAA Irish Terms

Secretary's Report 2010

Secretary's Report 2011

Secretary's Interim Report 2012

Secretary's Report 2012

Secretary's Interim Report 2013

Secretary's Report 2013

Secretary's Interim Report 2014

Secretary's Report 2014 

Secretary's Report 2015

Secretary's Report 2016

Secretary's Report 2017

Executive Structure 2018


10-Year Plan


Grand Design for Future Expansion

Down County Scór Records from 1970-2018!

Clonduff has been involved in Scór Sinsir and Scór na nÓg since their inception!


Chairman's Interview in 'Hogan Stand' (after Kilmacud 7s Win 2010)

BBC NI's 'Season Ticket' Documentary on Down's 1960 Breakthrough!


How Google Earth Sees Us - 18 Castlewellan Road, Hilltown, Newry Co Down BT34 5UY (St John's Church on opposite side of road)



Interview with Darren O'Hagan and others following Darren's dramatic winner in Ulster Semi Final - 24th June 2012


 DE Photo - Professional Photographs of McGreevy U8 Tournament on Saturday 9th June 2012


Clonduff Parish is now online with webcam Mass every Sunday Morning at 11 am


Hilltown Village Renewal Plans                                                Dr Ciarán Dunbar's Clonduff Blog as Gaelige

 (Newry & Mourne District Council)                                                          Ciarán is a former Clonduff Player


Winners of AIB Down Club of the Year 2000, AIB Down and Ulster Club of the Year 2001, Club Maíth Platinum Award 2007, 2014
Irish News Club of the Year 2007, 2015; Irish News Volunteer of the Year 2014, Ulster GAA President's Award 2014 (Governance)


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