Cumann Lúthchleas Gael - Gaelic Athletic Association

Cumann Chluain Daimh - Clonduff GAA Club

Clonduff GAA Club is at the heart of the community, providing a range of Gaelic Games and Activities

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

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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; 2 Senior Camogie Championship - 2007, 2009, AI Camogie 7s Shield 2009; 2 Senior Handball Titles; 2 JHC; 41 County Scór Titles!

 

Clonduff's All Ireland On-Field Achievements

 

Football

Senior Football

Junior Football

1960                                    
Kevin Mussen,  PatsyO'Hagan                    

1961                                               
Kevin Mussen, Patsy O'Hagan (League in 1961 and 1962


1968
(No Clonduff Representative)

1946                                         
Paddy Brown, Tom Brown, Eamon Grant, Henry Brown, Paddy O'Hagan  Andy Murnin

Minor Football 

1977 (No Clonduff Representative)
            
1988


1991                                              
Ross Carr, Cathal Murray

Cathal Murray, Paddy Hannaway Mark Matthews, Dominic Brannigan


1994                                             
Ross Carr, Cathal Murray

1999
John Fegan
(Full Forward)      
Martin Farnon
(Management)

 

2005
Shane O'Hagan

U-21 Football

1979                                           
Harry Brown

 
   
 

CAMOGIE

1974                                                                                                       
Susie Lively, Down Minor Captain and holder of the Tailtean Medal.  Down were the first winners of the All Ireland Minor title.

1976                                                                                                            
Eileen Hamill, Susie Lively and Kathleen Crilly – All Ireland Junior

1992/3                                                                                                  
Denise Brown and Guinevra Carr - Ashbourne Cup - Guinevra won an All Star for the weekend's performances

1999/2000 
Cailin Hynes on UUJ panel which won
Ashbourne Cup. They defeated St Mary's College of Education (Belfast) - Kitty Fegan and Ursula Quinn were on St Mary's team.

2006
Karen Gribben captains QUB Camogie team that won Purcell Shield - Mary McPolin also on the panel
Fionnuala Carr and Moya Maginn were on the Jordanstown team that collected the Purcell Cup - Fionnuala won and All Star for her performances over the weekend (like her Aunt Guinevra in 1992/3)
Kitty Fegan (assisted by Lilian Tinnelly) manages Down Minor Camogs to All Ireland B title - Sara Louise Carr, Paula Gribben, Sarah Farnon, Lisa McPolin and Ursula Walls play prominent part in the campaign
Fionnuala Carr Wins All Ireland Poc Fada at Kilmacud

2007
Karen Gribben on QUB winning Purcell Shield team
Karen Gribben, Moya Maginn, Fionnuala and Sara Louise Carr on Ulster's winning Gael Linn Interprovincial team

2014

Down Premier Junior Champions - Fionnuala & Sara Louise Carr, Karen Haughey (nee Gribben) and sister Paula, Lisa McPolin, Nicola O'Hagan and Clare McGilligan - team managed by Clare's Dad, Alistair

Ladies Football

2006
Paula Gribben won U16 All Ireland B medal playing at centre half back - this was her second All Ireland medal within two weeks
2009

Michaela and Aoibheann Downey, Fionnuala Carr, Leanne McParlan and Elaine McCourt on Paul McShane managed Down Senior Ladies team that won Div 2 - Michaela received Div 2 All Star

 

Hurling

2007
John Murphy and Paul McCusker playing members of Down team that won the Leinster Shield; Brian Canavan on Management Team
Danny Nugent and Arthur McConville playing members of non-Ards Down team that won All Ireland Minor C title

 

Handball

2004

Des McNeill and Dan McCartan will All Ireland Diamond Masters Doubles 60x40 Handball title

2010

Sean McNally wins All Ireland One Wall Masters title

2012

Sean McNally wins All Ireland One Wall title

 

Other All Ireland Achievements on the Field!

1976 
A team from South Down (called Cloch Mór) won All-Ireland Community Games U14 Gaelic Football title.  Ross Carr, Gerry Brown, Seamus Brown, Sean Cowan and Conor O'Hagan played on the team.  They were runners-up the following year.

1983 
Patrick McComiskey won All-Ireland Óg Sport Penalty Kick competition 

1977
The County Minor Football team based all its training at Clonduff Park and the Down County Board subsequently erected a plaque acknowledging the support from the Club which played a major role in the success of this team.

1992
Clonduff U14s won Feile Peil na nÓg
 

St Mark’s High School, Warrenpoint (U16 Miller Cup)

1975  
Noel Lively, Sean Fearon, Seamus Murnin

1976
Michael Crilly, Noel Lively, Paddy Brown, Seamus Murnin, Sean Fearon

1977                                                                                                            
Paddy Brown, Paddy Haughian, John McAleavy, Gerry McGreevy, Sean Fearon, Seamus Lively

1988
Robert Wilson, Paddy McConville

1994                                                                                        
Shane Ward, Damian Smith, Lorcan Mussen, Paul McConville

1995                                                                                                
Shane Ward (Capt), Paul McConville, Lorcan Mussen, Gary Smith, Liam Arthurs, Niall McCann, Glynn McPolin, Ciaran Murray, P J McGinn

1996                                                                                                             
John Fegan, Gary McDonald, Ciaran Fearon, Aidan Fitzpatrick, Shane O’Hagan
 

St Malachy's High School Castlewellan

1995
U18 Markey Cup - Eugene O'Hagan

2006
U16 Miller Cup - Paul McPolin (Captain), Noel McPolin, Paul Bloomfield, Paul Gribben, Michael Gribben and Patrick Gribben
 

St Colman’s Newry (Hogan Cup)

1967
Matt McGinn

1975
(No Clonduff representative)

1986                                                                                                                
Mark Mooney, Mark Matthews, Cathal Murray

1988                                                                                                                
Mark Matthews, Marty McAvoy. Marty also won U16½ All-Ireland medal the same year with St Colman's.

1993                                                                                                                
Paul McShane, John Morgan, Plunkett McConville, Mark O’Reilly

1998                                                                                                                
Joe McGinn (Matt's Son)

2010                                                                                                                
Rory and Paul Lively, Shane and Tony McGreevy on St Colman's Hogan Cup and MacRory Cup winning team. John McAleavey, Ché Curran, Patrick Matthews, Karl O'Hagan and Darragh Sherry  also on the panel - Cathal Murray the manager

Conor Gribben (U16 Player) member of St Colman's All Ireland Cross Country School team-title winning team

2011  
Rory Lively and Tony McGreevy on St Colman's Hogan Cup and MacRory Cup winning team. Henry Brown and Niall Tumilty on the panel - Cathal Murray the manager

 

Abbey CBS Newry (Hogan Cup)

2006
Rory Grant - Abbey's first ever win

 

Newry College of Further and Higher Education

(Later Newry City Institute of Further & Higher Education, and since 2008  Southern Regional College)

All-Ireland Vocational Schools Senior Football - Markey Cup

Title was won in 1976, 1977, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986

Ross Carr (Captain), Paul Brown played in 1981 and 1982

Mark Downey played on two All Ireland winning teams in 2009 with Mark Copeland as joint Manager - Further Education Over 19 Championship and Div 3 Higher Education League

 

St Mary's College of Education  

Inter Universities - Sigerson Cup - Cathal Murray, 1989
 

University of Ulster

All Ireland Freshers Football - Mark Matthews 1989

All Ireland Freshers Football 'A' and 'B' grades - Eugene O'Hagan (Both) 1997

All Ireland Freshers Football - Padraig Matthews 1998

Ryan Cup (Football) - Padraig Matthews 2000
Purcell Cup (Camogie) 2006 - Fionnuala Carr and Moya Maginn

 

Queens University Belfast

Purcell Shield (Camogie) 2006 - Karen Gribben (Captain) and Mary McPolin
Purcell Shield (Camogie) 2007 - Karen Gribben
Sigerson Cup (Football) 2007 - Aidan Carr

 

University College Dublin

All Ireland Freshers 'B' Football - James Killen 2010


 

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