Clonduff youngsters win three County Scór na nÓg titles – Solo Singing (Aoife Trainor), Recitation (Brian McGreevy) and Set Dancing – Aoife and Set Dancers reach Ulster Final.
Aoife Trainor the only Down winner at Ulster Scór na nÓg finals – won All Ireland Scór na nÓg Solo Singing in Castlebar on 16th February with ‘Slan Abhaile’.
Three South Down titles for Clonduff in Scór Sinsir – Vivienne Mulcahy, Solo Singing (Mary Catherine Murray was runner up), Instrumental Music and Set Dancing.
‘First Steps in Irish’ – Beginners 4-week weekly course in Clonduff Club – June 2919
Friends of Clonduff Golf Classic 21st June in Ballymacscanlon Golf Resort
Three Clonduff Juvenile Members win County Scholarships to Gaeltacht – Grace Clancy, Ellen Shields, Amy Morgan
Three Clonduff youngsters attend Amhrán na bhFiann Workshops – Aoife Trainor, Kayleigh McPolin, Shannon Copeland along with adults Vivienne Murphy and Caroline Carvill
220 boys and girls attend the annual Kellogs Cul Camp in Clonduff Park (29th July-2nd August)
Ellen Shield/Ellen McKay (U15) and Orlaith McCusker/Ella McCumiskey (U16) win County Doubles titles and reach Ulster Final.
Our Lady’s Grammar School Newry won Ulster U16C title with good Clonduff representation – Lauren Kane (earlier in school year won Ulster Camogie medal), Éabha Ni Domhnaill, Ellen Shields (also Ulster Camogie medal winner) and joint manager Niamh Murray, Clonduff’s new Secretary; Niamh’s sister Niohmi, a member of the Clonduff All Ireland Winning Camogie team, was involved in the management of the U16 Camogie team)
Clonduff Senior Ladies team resurrected after three year absence.
Down U14s lift Ulster ‘Festival of Football’ Cup with Caitlin Devlin, Anna Henning, Cealaigh Byrne and Ella-Beth Rooney on the team – Damien Henning part of the management team.
Clonduff U12s win Warrenpoint Tournament for 4th year in a row
Clonduff U14s win ‘The Big Best Sevens’ fundraising tournament for Lauren’s Adventures
Senior Ladies lift the Junior Championship at the first time of asking after ressurection – 4 players on 2019 team that won first Junior title in 2003 – Joleen McShane (Branagan), Colleen McPolin (McShane), Paula O’Hagan (Gribben) Brigid Quinn (Kearney). They bow out in Ulster Quarter Finals to Edendork.
U16s into County Final
Clonduff Camogs create history by becoming the first Clonduff Adult team to win All Ireland Final – All Ireland Intermediate Club Champions beating Gailltir (Waterford & Munster Champions) on Sunday 3rd March in Croke Park.
Fionnuala Carr, Sara Louise Graffin and Paula O’Hagan awarded ‘Soaring Stars’ for their exploits with Down in 2018 and Gaelic Life All Stars for exploits with club in Ulster Club Championship.
Beth Fitzpatrick and Isabella O’Hare awarded Colleges All Stars
Beth Fitzpatrick, Isabella O’Hare, Roisin McPolin and Caitlin Harper on Down Minor team that annexed the Ulster title.
U14s win Down Feile Shield and represented the county at the Regional Feile in Trim, Co Meath in June
Paula O’Hagan and Sara Louise Graffin on Ulster team that retained the Interprovincial Junior Championship.
Eight Clonduff players on Down team, captained by Fionnuala Carr, that retained the Ulster Championship title – Fionnuala Carr, Sara Louise Graffin, Paula O’Hagan, Orla Gribben, Clare McGilligan, Cassie Fitzpatrick, Katie McGilligan and Danielle Harrison.
11-year-old Zara Kelly plays in Cumann na mBunscoil Exhibition game in Croke Park at half time in the Tipperary v Wexford Semi Final on 28th July