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
Girls Feile Team who will Host the New York
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
|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
STATEMENT FROM CLONDUFF EXECUTIVE
Club has been made aware by the BBC Spotlight Programme
(aired Tuesday 13th February 2018) that our club members
(past and present) or family and friends of club members
may have been abused by Fr. Malachy Finnegan (deceased).
Clonduff GAA Club advises anyone who has been a victim
of Malachy Finnegan’s abuse to bring this to the
attention of the PSNI.
Clonduff GAA Club places the highest importance on all
aspects of child protection,
care, safeguarding and welfare of our members.
If anyone is concerned over the physical, sexual or
emotional abuse of any of our club members please
contact our club’s child protection officer.
SCÓR SINSIR COUNTY CHAMPIONS - 25 YEARS ON!
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.