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; 4 Senior Camogie Championship - 2007, 2009, 2010, 2014, Ulster Camogie Club Champions 2014, AI Camogie 7s Shield 2009; Numerous County Handball titles; 2 AI Senior Handball Titles; 2 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




2018 Juvenile Registration Form

2018 Adult Registration Form


Cardiac Screening Checklist

2018 Child & Parent Codes of Conduct

2018 Adult Player Code of Conduct

2018 Supporters Code of Conduct

2018 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

All those downloading registration forms from this website should also download their appropriate Code of Conduct which requires signature indicating compliance.


Be Patient - may take a little time to download first time

Senior Men Video 1

Minor/U16 Video 1

U14 Video1

Senior Men Video 2

Minor/U16 Video 2

U14 Video 2

Senior Men video 3

Minor/U16 Video 2

U14 Video 3

Worksheet Beginner

Minor/U16 Worksheet Warm Up

U14 Worksheet Phase 1Warm Up

Worksheet Phase 2

Minor /U16 Worksheet Phase 1

U14 Worksheet Phase 2

Worksheet Lower Body

Minor/U16 Worksheet Phase 2

U14 Worksheet Phase 3 In-Season

Worksheet Strength & Size


Worksheet In-season Maintenance


Play Friends of Clonduff Lotto Online!



Many congratulations to our very pretty, talented and articulate PRO Ciara Kelly, who was chosen as Down Rose 2018 at the Selection Event in The Whistledown Hotel Warrenpoint on Saturday 21st April 2018. Ciara who works for and was sponsored by Autism Initiative, spoke about her work and her role in the Club - particularly the App she has adapted for pitch schedules! She also composed and recited a poem which she said her involvement in Scór inspired her. A busy year ahead for our Ciara and hope she enjoys every moment including the Rose of Tralee Finals in August!


Two Clonduff winners at Ulster Colleges Camogie All-Stars


The 2017/2018 Ulster Colleges Camogie All Stars received their awards at a Gala awards dinner at the Elk on Friday night 20th April. Twice postponed due to snow in January and February; it was third time lucky as the awards ceremony was finally held at the Elk. Twenty-two camogs received awards on the night, with four from Down including Clara Cowan, Sacred Heart, Newry and Beth Fitzpatrick, St. Mark’s, Warrenpoint.
President of the Camogie Association Kathleen Woods (from Armagh) presented the awards along with Carla Doherty, guest of honour and former Geraldine’s Portglenone and Antrim star.
Beth is a Year 13 pupil at St. Mark’s who captained the U16 school camogie team to victory in the County Cup Championship Final. She was accompanied by her parents Cathy and Dermot and teacher Conor Rogers and was described as ‘a very stylish player’ who has ‘an immense work rate’.
Clara is a Year 13 pupil at Sacred Heart and is the school’s senior camogie captain. Accompanied by her parents Marie and Sean and teachers Ciara Hayes and Ann-Marie McKevitt; she was described on the night as ‘a super reader of the game’ who can play ‘in literally any position’.
Both girls also play for Clonduff’s Minor and Senior camogie teams; last year the Seniors won the league, the  championship and were narrowly defeated in an Ulster Final. Next weekend Beth and Clara will play for the Down Camogie Minor team against Kildare in an All-Ireland Camogie final


Feile Peile 2018 - Down, Louth & Meath to Host 288 U14 Teams!

Down for the first time will be one of the three neighbouring counties to host this magnificent festival of youth football - 288 teams of which 112 are girls in 8 divisions and 176 boys teams across 11 divisions.

Clonduff Boys are in Division 1 and will host the Kerry Champions yet to be decided; The Clonduff girls are in Div 2 and will host their counterparts from New York (no less). It promises to be a fabulous weekend and a great exciting run-up to it!

Clonduff Girls Feile Team who will Host the New York Girls

Back row (l to r) Grace Clancy, Eimear Cunningham Aoife Trainor, Grainne Smith, Evie Lyness-Feenan, Caoimhe McKeown, Rosie McCann, Éabha Ní Dhomhnaill; Middle row (l to r): Ellen Shields, EllapBeth Rooney, Katie McPolin, Eva-Rose O'Neill, Codie Morgan, Una Fearon, Bláithin Shields, Ellen McKay; Front row (l to r)Kylah kearney, Ceallagh Byrne, Erin Morgan, Aoife Quinn, Éveagh kelly, Orlaigh McCann, Deirbhle Devlin, Caitlin Devlin - Missing from photo: Anna Henning, Mollie-May Magill

Clonduff Boys Feile Team who will Host the Kerry Champions

Back Row (l to r) Oisin Logan, Shea Morgan, Gerard Carvill, Eoghan McAlinden, Senan Carr, Donnacha Burns, Daniel McPolin; Middle row (l to r) Shea Fegan, Dan Rafferty, Fionn Brown, Conor Quinn, Adam Fegan, Charlie O'Hare, Eoin Devlin, Charlie McConville; Front row (l to r) Max Dursley, Aidan kelly, Colm Woods, Bryan Rice, Lee Fallon, Evan McConville, Connor McGrath; Missing from photo: Callum Donnan, Shay Lavery




Five of 2018's Champions were Double All Ireland Scór na nÓg Champions 25 Years ago! And the feet are just as good now as they as they were in 1993 - Francis Quinn and his sister Ursula Kearney, Jayme Farrell and his wife Elaine (nee Hillen) and Lisa Gribben (nee Parr) and they were joined on the Scór Sinsir stage 2018 by Gail Kane (nee McPolin), Wayne Farrell and his sister Wendy Branagan. 
Lisa, Gail, Ursula and Wendy also competed in the Ceili Dancing along with Ellen Murphy, Nicola Ward, Caroline McGreevy and Clare McAlinden but Warrenpoint, as defending Ulster Champions pipped them to the post. Our Solo Singer Mary Catherine Murray arrived on crutches but despite this gave a fabulous rendition of Lough Erne's Shore but she too was pipped by Jordan Lively from Mayobridge.
Our Set Dancers will compete in the Ulster Semi Final against the champions of Derry, Antrim, Monaghan and Fermanagh in St Bride's Hall, Malone Road, Belfast on Sunday 11th March 2018 commencing 5pm.

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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