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The annual Clontarf GAA Family Fun day will take place on Sunday May 26th at St. Annes Park, with a BBQ afterwards at the Clubhouse. See Full Details here
The club will celebrate the success of our lady player Fiona Coghlan in captaining the Irish Rugby team to their recent Gland Slam win. The evening in the clubhouse will consist of a meal and Damien O' Meara will have a question and answer session with Fiona after the meal. We would like to invite all club members to join us in celebrating Fiona's success. A presentation will be made to Fiona on the night. Tickets costing €20 be obtained from Christine (0871467986). See Poster here
"You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep Spring from coming." -- Pablo Neruda
Winter, at least in GAA circles, is over and spring is upon us. Yesterday was opening day of the season for our Adult football teams, with all 3 cup matches at home in resplendent St. Annes Pk. It was the first competitive outing for Noel McCaffrey as the new Senior manager, along with several other new faces at the Adult management level, including a welcome return to action for Al O’Donoghue. Full Article See a Gallery of action from Opening Day here
On Friday 8th Feb we welcomed Dessie Farrell to the club to present our u-16 boys squad with a club tie to mark their 'graduation' to the adult section of the club. See Photo Gallery here
This week the club is launching a hurley repair initiative in a bid to encourage all hurlers to get their broken sticks repaired for just €5 via the Club Shop - See Full Details