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.


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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 thanks and well done to Dermot and his team at the BBQ who literally cooked thousands of burgers and bacon butties over the Féile weekend; to Goretta, Noleen, Shane, Sarah and team who served thousands of cups of tea/coffee/sandwiches/cold drinks/ice pops etc, to Attracta and team who sold a thousand ice creams; our stewards/volunteers who ‘controlled’ thousands of people/cars/buses, etc; those who made thousands of sandwiches; our volunteers on pitch and security duties; bar staff; those who kept replenishing stocks wherever needed; PJ and his team of All Ireland raffle ticket sellers; Shane and Damien our Pitch coordinators and their helpers/runners; and then there was Paudie and Anita in the ‘Control Centre’ Paudie kept it all running smoothly and Anita relayed the results to Féile HQ. There were lots of people who supplied equipment for the weekend and the run-up - walkie-talkies, the retro scoreboard for the top pitch, tractors, diggers, man power, ‘elbow grease’ etc, etc. Our own U14 players who gave us a lot to cheer about - and their families - those who hosted the boys and girls from Laune Rangers and New York Ladies, provided transport and/or cooking skills, stewarding, pre and post clean up - you were all absolutely amazing! If we’ve omitted someone we apologise in advance and do let us know - it’s hard to get our brains into normal gear again. 
A big thank you to National Féile Committee for giving us the opportunity of demonstrating to the whole country just what a great club/community we are! Clonduff hosted Div 1 quarter finals on Saturday afternoon and Div 5 and 9 Semi Finals and Finals on Sunday - we had teams from New York, Scotland Kerry, Derry, Leitrim, Kildare, Meath, Sligo, Longford, Cork, Fermanagh, Louth, Laois, Dublin, Waterford and of course Down playing in Clonduff Park over the weekend. Everybody was well fed and watered and hopefully, having won or lost they have taken away great memories of Féile 2018 in Clonduff Park!

This image from Clonduff Park on Féile Sunday sums up the Spirit of Féile - a young lad from Graiguecullen GAA (Laois) helps an injured player from Ballinderry (Derry) off the field just after Ballinderry had defeated his team in the Div 5 semi final


Our Féile Visitors !

The New York Girls arrived in Carrickdale Hotel (Wednesday); The Laune Rangers Boys left Killorglin Thursday afternoon and stayed overnight in Dublin before making their way to Co Down on Friday. 
Both visiting teams went directly to their two first games in St Mary's Burren - Clonduff teams also played two games in Burren on Friday evening. Hosts and visitors had the privilege of playing each other in Clonduff Park on Saturday morning. All f
our teams returned from Burren to Clonduff Club on Friday evening for light supper and to 'Meet and Greet' their host families. 
The weather was reminiscent of New York weather at this time of the year! By all accounts they had a thoroughly enjoyable experience! Laune Rangers reached the semi finals of the Div 1 Shield whilst the New York girls reached the Div 2 Cup Final


Clonduff Boys and Girls are Ready for Féile 2018


Both teams are sporting the new sponsored playing jerseys (Girls - Gilmores Garage; Boys - Enviroform) and other great gear - National Féile is not in our calendar every year! The boys reached Div 1 Shield Final where they were defeated by Claregalway which had been founded by Clonduff and Down Great - Patsy O'Hagan (Bittersweet!) The girls were controversially beaten in the quarter finals by a single point when what looked like a perfectly good goal was disallowed.



Maybe it was nerves but the girls in the school’s first ever Football Final could not get to grips with the physically bigger and more experienced Carrick (Burren) girls in the first half. They went in trailing 0-6 to 0-1 at half time. They came out a different team in the blistering sun in Burren on Wednesday morning (27th June) and held the Home side scoreless with some fantastic heroics at the back particularly goalkeeper Niamh McGivern. However it just wasn’t to be their day and Burren took the honours on a score of 0-6 to 0-5. Well done all and to your school and club mentors.

The girls all play either U10 or U12 Football for Clonduff are pictured with their school coaches Shay Flanagan (l) and Plunkett McConville (r)



It was with deep sadness and a sense of shock and devastation that, just as we completed the day's work in 'The Big Clean-up' for Féile Peile 2018 on Saturday 23rd June, the  awful news broke of the sudden and very untimely death of young Pearce Branagan one of our Senior Hurlers who was also a Juvenile Hurling Coach and Referee. Pearce aged just 23 passed away after suffering a cardiac seizure on Saturday evening at the home of his girlfriend Ellen McCrilly. He had just begun his teaching career in St Malachy's PS Kilcoo. He was born with a heart defet but didn't want that to define who he was. In May he ran a leg of the Belfast Marathon Relay for The Heartbeat Trust. He was laid to rest in St John's Cemetery following Requiem Mass on Thursday 28th June.

In 2007 Pearce was one of ten Clonduff dual players who won B titles in Down Féile Peile and Féile na nGael. The Hurlers went to the All Ireland series in Kilkenny and the Footballers went to the Ulster series in Cavan the previous week where they annexed the Ulster title in their grade. Just a few weeks before his passing Pearce played on the Clonduff Down Feis 7s winning team along with his brother Lorcan who is a senior dual player in Clonduff Club

Pearce is the second son of Tony and Terri (8 Ballycashone Road), younger brother of Padraig and older brother of Lorcan and Caitlin. To them, his girlfriend Ellen McCrilly (Moy), a wide family circle and his team mates and his pupils in St Malachy's we tender our deepest sympathy. May his gentle soul rest in peace. Mary Queen of the Gael Pray for him and his family. Ár dheis Dé go raibh a anam.


THE BIG CLEAN-UP - What a response and what a result!!

Many thanks to the army of volunteers - men, women and children who arrived with tractors, diggers, strimmers, hedgecutters, mowers, power washers, etc or just their rubber gloves - to carry out the major cleanup operation on Clonduff Club premises Friday evening and all day Saturday in preparation for Féile Peile na nÓg 2018! It was a great community effort and there was wonderful camaraderie among the many volunteers. The constant supply of tea/coffee/juice/water went down a treat on such a warm day as did the sandwiches and ice cream!

Even the Chairman got stuck in!


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!