Clonduff achieved a Platinum Award in the pilot scheme of the Club Maíth programme
Camogs win first ever County Senior title beating Portaferry. They also win League and reach Ulster Club Final – beaten by one point
Down Minor Camogs lift Ulster title a week after losing All Ireland Final – Kitty Fegan, Joint Manager and 5 Clonduff girls on team – Sara Louise Carr, Paula Gribben, Lisa McPolin, Nicola O’Hagan and Ciara Murphy
Four Clonduff girls – Karen Gribben, Moya Maginn, Fionnuala and Sara Louise Carr on Ulster team that won Gael Linn Interprovincial title for first time in forty years
U14 Camogs win Div 2 County Féile na nGael
Senior Camogs win Patricia Bateson Memorial Tournament in Ballinderry
Minor Camogs win 5-in-a-row Feis Sevens title
Minor Camogs in County Final
Jackie Gilmore wins University All Star (second in a row) in England; Fionnuala Carr and Karen Gribben win All Stars in Ashbourne/Purcell week-end
Fionnuala Carr gains 3rd Place in her first ever All Ireland Poc Fada on Cooley Mountains – achieved her second nomination for a Camogie All Star Award
Senior Ladies win back-to-back Championship titles and win first Senior League title
Michaela Downey nominated for Ladies Football All Star Award
U14 Ladies reach County B Final
Eight Young Ladies from Clonduff are ‘Double Double’ County Senior Winners!
Hurlers play in Ulster League for first time ever
John Murphy on County Senior Hurling team
John Murphy and Paul McCusker playing members on All Ireland winning Junior Hurling team.
Youthful Senior Hurling team win Junior Feis 7s title
U16s in B Final at time of going to press
U14 and Minor Hurlers reach finals of respective B Championships only to fall to St Josephs, an amalgamation of Ballyvarley and Ballela
Danny Nugent and Arthur McConville playing members of non-Ards Minor Hurling team that won All Ireland C Final – they beat Sligo
U12 Hurlers win their League and Ballela Tournament
U14 Hurlers and Footballers both win B titles in Down Féile competitions – ten boys play both codes. Hurlers went to All Ireland series in Kilkenny and Footballers went to Ulster series in Cavan.
U14 Footballers win Div 3 of Ulster Féile Peil
Seconds Footballers win PRFC
Minors win B Championship Final and South Down League
Cathal Murray nominated for Ulster Minor All Stars during last 25 years
U16 Footballers in B Championship Final
U14 Footballers win Warrenpoint Tournament
U12 Footballers win Kilcoo and An Riocht Tournaments; represent Down in Moy Tournament
U10 Footballers win Kilcoo and Fiddlers’ Green Tournaments
U8 Footballers win Moy (Tyrone), Longstone, Burren and An Riocht Tournaments
U13 and U20 footballers still involved at time of going to press
Murray Family – Stephen, Sean and Mary Catherine plus Keith Mackey won the Down Instrumental Music in Scór na nÓg. They had also won South Down as did Christina McConville in the Solo Singing.
Three County Scór Sinsir titles for Clonduff – Eileen McCusker (Recitation); Sean and Paddy Downey, Cailim O’Hare, Therese White and Danny Nugent (Novelty Act); Marie Walls, Mary McGreevy and Anita Brannigan (Quiz) – all three acts reach Ulster Final
Ciarán Branagan appointed to National Referees’ List for Inter-county League and Championship – voted South Down’s Senior Referee of the Year.
Handball Club plays in Ulster B League and stages first ever Juvenile Tournament in conjunction with Boley Fair
Seven boys reached respective County Championship Finals
Paul Shields won Down Senior Handball Championship
Paul Shields and Sean McNally won Down Senior Doubles Championship
Cross Community Treasure Hunt, Townlands Quiz, Poc Fada and Parish Sevens Football (2nd year) and Camogie (1st year) in conjunction with Boley Fair; also facilitated a number of field events
Updated Sceal Chluain Daimh (Clonduff Story) launched in Clubrooms on 8th December
Inter County Managerial Involvement
Ross Carr reappointed Senior County Manager; Alistair McGilligan joins him as statistician
Kitty Fegan reappointed County Minor Camogie Manager; also appointed as UUJ Manager
Brian Canavan reappointed to South Down Hurling management team; Sean Cairns appointed as ‘Stick Man’
Paul McShane, current Senior Footballer and former Ladies trainer appointed County Senior Ladies Manager
St Paul’s PS, Cabra won Down PS GAA Quiz
St Patrick’s won the cup and St Paul’s won the Shield in Annaclone inaugural PS Tournament
Our Lady’s Grammar School, Newry are Ulster Colleges Champions with a strong Clonduff representation – Sarah Farnon, Sara Louise Carr, Lisa McPolin, Ciara Murphy, Megan O’Reilly, and Hanna O’Reilly all playing an active part. Grace Brown was on the panel.
St Mark’s HS Warrenpoint are Down U16 Hurling Champions with 12 Clonduff players on panel – reach Ulster Semi Final. Clonduff panellists were: Arthur McConville, J J Gilmore, Hugh Murphy, Christopher Brown, Eamon Matthews, Jamie Lynch, Gavin O’Hagan, Kyle Boland, Liam McParlan, Darren O’Hagan, Niall McPolin and Des McGarry
St Colman’s College win Ranafast Cup – their first major trophy in eleven years! Three Clonduff boys, Darragh Sherry, Shane McGreevy and Paul Lively played every game. Five other Clonduff boys were on the panel, some of whom made substitute appearances throughout the campaign and were stalwarts of training sessions – Ché Curran, Tony McGreevy, Karl O’Hagan, Rory Lively and Rory McGreevy.
Jackie Gilmore wins her second Camogie All Star playing for her University in England
Karen Gribben wins University Camogie All Star in Purcell Shield week-end.
Fionnuala Carr wins University Camogie Long Puck and an All Star in Ashbourne week-end – her second University All Star Award in a row!
Aidan Carr wins Sigerson medal with QUB
Choose the milstone year from the dropdown box below: