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  • GAA Belong

2000

  • What a year! Scór na nÓg Set Dancers narrowly miss out (on a count back) on All Ireland Title. Clonduff only Club in Down to compete in all eight Scór Sinsear competitions – make history by collecting four County Titles – Ceili Dancing and Ballad Group for the first time ever. Solo Singer (Niamh O’Hare) and Novelty Act reach Ulster Final.
  • Clonduff Handball pair in All Ireland Final! Tony Wilson and Paul Girvan, the Down Champions won the Ulster title with victories over Monaghan, Derry and Antrim. Then they beat Mayo in All Ireland Semi Final to set up Final against Wexford. This was groundbreaking stuff for Clonduff. Unfortunately they lost out in Final!
  • Senior Footballers Win Championship for ninth time! They also won the League
  • Reserve Footballers Win All County League for third time in a row!
  • Camogs collect three County titles and 3 League titles!
  • John A Gribben and Eileen Hamill, Club Referees, participate in Hurling and Camogie All Ireland Finals as Lines persons – Eileen wins Down Camogie Referee of the Year
  • Leann McParlan U18 Camogie player of the year; Sarah-Louise Carr wins County Skills Feile na nGael title and plays in INTO Mini Sevens on All Ireland Hurling Final Day!
  • St Pat’s Primary School wins INTO Camogie Sevens County Final; St Mark’s wins County Year 8 Camogie title with five Clonduff girls on the team – Carol Rooney, Colleen Walls, Jenna Lynch, Rachel O’Reilly and Laura Killen.
  • Clonduff win Intermediate, Minor and U12 Championship and League titles, Runners up in U18 League and U14 Championship and League; Win Minor Feis Sevens
  • Win inaugural Camogie/Shinty tournament in Dunoon, Scotland; Kitty Fegan Player of the Tournament
    Club Awards won – Best kept Ground in Down (3rd in Ulster) Awarded by Ulster Council; Club of the Year in South Down; Club of the Year in Down Awarded by AIB and Croke Park

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