Clonduff win Irish News Large Club of the Year (May 2015)

Cultural, Social and Community

  • Club Gym opened at Clonduff Park
  • Second successful Pantomime staged in early January
  • Instrumental Musicians (Paul Kelly, Vivienne Mulcahy, Mary Catherine, Sean & Stephen Murray) and Ballad Group (Paul Kelly, Agnes Morris, Colleen Walls, Caroline Carvill, Martina Cunningham) won South Down Scór Sinsir titles; Colleen Walls runner up in Solo Singing – all three acts won their respective County titles with Colleen and the Musicians winning their Ulster Semi Finals to reach the Ulster Final (2015)
  • Clonduff Musicians – Paul Kelly, Mary Catherine, Sean & Stephen Murray with Peter Magee (Mayobridge) entertained during interval in Roscommon v Down League 2 Final
  • Clonduff youngsters Runners up in South Down (2016) Scór na nÓg Finals – Recitation (Sinead McPolin), Instrumental Music, Ballad Group and Set Dancing – all progress to County Final
  • Club President Dean Anthony Davies inducted into South Down Hall of Fame
  • Clonduff Instrumental Musician – Paul and Thomas Kelly, Sean, Eoin and Gavin Murray – provide the entertainment at Ulster GAA President’s Awards in Slieve Donard Hotel Newcastle at end of November
  • Another outstandingly successful Parish Pantomime – Snow White, Clonduff Style – adapted and directed by Mary Grant


  • Fionnuala Carr awarded ‘Gaelic Life’s’ Ulster Camogie Player of 2014
  • No joy for Clonduff in first ever All Ireland Club Semi Final – beaten by Piltown Co Kilkenny who eventually won the All Ireland title
  • Fionnuala Carr makes debut for RTE Sport introducing 2015 Camogie Championships
  • Clonduff Senior beaten by a single point in 2015 Down County Final
  • Clare McGilligan awarded Ulster Colleges Camogie All Star with Our Lady’s Grammar School


  • Clonduff youngsters win five (5) 40×20 County Titles – Orlaith & Aoife McCusker (U12 Doubles), Lyndon Brown (U16) Lee Murnin (U17), Jayme McDonald (U13), Patrick Cowan (U12)
  • Clonduff field two 8-man teams in South Down Social Handball League Clonduff Harps beat Clonduff Shamrocks in Final!
  • Five County Titles for Clonduff Players in new One Wall Championships – Des McNeill (Junior), Lee Murnin (U18), Ella McCumiskey (U12 Singles) Orlaith & Aoife McCusker (U12 Doubles), Patrick Cowan (U12)
  • Clonduff hosts County Handball Awards – special guests DJ Carey and Michael ‘Ducksy’ Walsh
  • Shane Murray wins Down Junior League, having started Hardball last year as part of the Social Handball initiative


  • U14 Boys win Regional Feile Peile Shield in Mullingar
  • U13 Boys reach South Down League Final – beaten by 2 points
  • U12 Boys win St John’s Tournament, Dromantine Fun Day Tournament
  • U10 Boys win Kilcoo tournament Shield, Clonduff’s Daniel Andre Shield
  • U8 Boys and Girls win Moy Plate, Rostrevor Plate
  • Clonduff III win All County Reserve Football League
  • Darren O’Hagan awarded ‘Spirit of Breen Morgan’ (County Player of the Year) and Down Supporters Club ‘Player of the Year’
  • Clonduff U21 Footballers, managed by Ross Carr, Alistair McGilligan & Shane Ward win Co Championship for first time in ten years – make club history by appearing in Club’s first Ulster U21 Championship


  • Coaching for U10s introduced for first time
  • Rían Branagan selected for Ireland U21 Hurling/Shinty Squad


  • U12 Girls win Cup at Clonduff’s own U12 LGFA Tournament
  • U14 Girls win B Co Championships
  • U16 Girls win Double – U16B League & Championship