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!


The Final Countdown! Are YOU Ready? A Night Not To Be Missed!



Congratulations to our under 8 Camogs who made their First Holy Communion last week and this evening took advantage of the beautiful evening to get some great photos after the May Procession. Many thanks to the parents for arranging it



Clonduff Park was bathed in glorious sunshine for the 43rd running of the Gary Murray U12 Memorial Tournament. There was a guest appearance from the 'Down Rose' - our PRO Ciara Kelly who assisted with the registrations and early administration.
Twelve teams from Down, Armagh and Tyrone participated in this magnificent spectacle of skill and determination. Following the group stages Kilcoo and Clonduff Gaels faced each other in the first Cup Semi Final and after extra time the home side progressed to the final where they took on Ballyholland in the Final. The Shield and Plate Semi Finals took place at the same time with Clonduff Ógs overcoming Atticall setting up a final with Lurgan side Clann Eireann in the final who had defeated Burren; in the Plate semis Newry Shamrocks defeated Longstone and Cumann Pheadar Naofa (Warrenpoint) defeated Tyrone side Moy.
The finals were all very close affairs - Shamrocks defeated Warrenpoint by one point to lift the Plate; Clonduff Ógs narrowly led most of the game before Clann Eireann levelled and got the all important final score to lift the Shield. In the Cup Final Balyholland defeated Clonduff Gaels by two points to clinch the title. At the presentations Cathal Murray congratulated all the mentors on the standard of football played and thanked all who had participated and those involved in the organising. Presentations were made to the referees - Michael O'Rourke, Mark Turley and Mark Doyle; Paul Faloon officiated in the group games.
Following the presentations - all finalists received specially commissioned medals - the Lily Murray Cup was presented to the 'Player of the Tournament' Clonduff Gaels Goalkeeper Brian McGreevy. 
Clonduff Club sincerely thanks the Down Rose, Ciara Kelly for taking time out of her busy schedule, our senior players, Young Volunteers, Goretta, Noleen and Shane in the Shop, Geraldine in the Burger Bar, the parents who provided the sandwiches and helped serve the lunch and 'The Man Above' for the weather - all of which contributed to the fabulous atmosphere and the smooth running of the event - one of a number taking place at Clonduff Club on the day!



Follow these simple instructions to download Clonduff's Club App:
1. 'Team App' is available to download from the App Store or Google Play
2. Once this download is complete you will be asked to sign up and fill in some registration details

3. A confirmation e-mail will then be sent to you - to finish your registration, follow the steps outlined in the e-mail
4. You are now ready to go!!
5. Select Team App on your home screen and search for Clonduf GAC to request to be a member 
6. You will then be brought to the 'Home' screen where you will have access to team schedules, the latest news, club events and our gallery




Tonight Clonduff GAC hosted an information evening to raise awareness on the severe effects drug and alcohol misuse/abuse can have on young people, especially those in sport. A very detailed PowerPoint illustration accompanied with some demos highlighted the importance of simply knowing what we are putting into our bodies and both the immediate and long-term effects these may have.
A massive thank you to all those in attendance! A special word of thanks to Deirdre Magill who was our presenter on the evening!



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!



At a recent function in The Burrendale Hotel a cheque presentation was made to those clubs who participated in the Youth Draw. Club Down Chairman thanked the young people for their efforts - the proceeds will be invested in the Down Development Squads. 
Many thanks to Charlie Carr who is the Clonduff Youth representative and for the great effort he put into selling the tickets. Charlie is pictured with Clonduff Secretary Anita Brannigan receiving the cheque from Club Down Youth Draw organiser Daire Carr.


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 Laune Rangers; 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


Clonduff Ballad Group - l to r - Agnes Morris, Colleen Walls, Paul Kelly, Caroline Carvill and Martina Carvill - presenting the proceeds of their Champions for Charity Extravaganza to local man Paddy Morgan, a volunteer with Southern Area Hospice Services! The Ballad Group assembled a wide array of Scór talent from Down, Antrim and Armagh to raise funds for Southern Area Hospice - the night exceeded all expectations! What a wonderful way to finish their year as All Ireland Ballad Group Champions!

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)


©  Anita Brannigan - contact Anita with your views and comments!