2017 Summary and Extended Clubnotes

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Aibreann 24 2017

Seniors bowed out of the SFC after losing to Thomas Davis in O'Toole Park, Crumlin on Saturday evening. GRMA to the large crowd from Cluain Tarbh who came along to support including those who got in some #TourDeCluainTarbh cycle practice on the journey southside.

Junior A were beaten by Ballymun Kickhams on Sunday in JFCA.

Well done to our Minor hurlers who maintained their great league record and took a hard earned two points away to Naomh Maur in Ros Eó.

Disappointment for our Faoi16 buachaillí with As losing to Thomas Davis in A Championship while Bs had a titanic struggle with Ballyboden in D Championship which went to extra time after Cluain Tarbh recovered a 5 point half time deficit. Level at extra time half time the lads narrowly missed out losing by 2 points.

Faoi14 buachaillí warmed up for Féile na nGael with a win over OPER out by the banks of the Royal Canal. Cluain Tarbh are hosting Roinn 2 Grúpa B and will welcome OPER, Naomh Mearnóg and Naomh Uinsionn to P34/35 this Saturday. First game throws in at 10.30. Please drop down to support the lads during the day.

Faoi11 buachaillí took on the Black and Amber of Naomh Mearnóg in two entertaining hurling cluichí in St.Pauls on Saturday.

Well done to all who attended the Advanced Football and Campa Camogie last week and to the Dubs players who attended to coach.

Ádh mór to Andy Foley & Declan Monaghan in the Faoi21 All-Ireland Final v Gaillimh in O'Connor Park Tullamore this Saturday at 5pm.

Comhghairdeas to our Magnificent 7 who helped Áth Cliath lift the Minor Peil na mBan title after defeating Cill Dara on Easter Monday.

We're almost ready to get on the rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. We would like to welcome KPMG onboard as the main sponsor of the event and Camile Artane who will sponsor the post cycle meal. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle. Any businesses who would like to sponsor the event can email Brian on cycle@clontarfgaa.com.

No winner of this weeks Lotto. Numbers drawn 1,10,15,25. Consolation prize winners Paula McAdams & Susan Minihane. Póta Óir now €7500. You can play online via our website or Facebook page. Via envelope in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm), Cúldoras, in The Pebble Beach or The Sheds and in Aspire to Fitness the club gym. 

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Aibreann 17 2017

Beannachtaí na Cásca / Easter Greetings to all our members & cairde.

Great win for Inter Peil na mBan who defeated Parnells away in Chanel 4-13 : 1-4 in Roinn 1. Well done to Andy Foley & Declan Monaghan who helped Áth Cliath reach the Faoi21 Football Final.

Our first dedicated Campa Camogie will be held on P34/35 this Friday for U12 & U13 cailíní and we are also holding an Advanced Football Camp on Wednesday and Thursday coached by some Inter County Footballers including Jonny Cooper, Ciaran Kilkenny and Carla Rowe. Registration links for both campaí available from clontarfgaa.com/camps
No winner of this weeks Lotto. Numbers drawn 8,17,19,29. Consolation prize winners Gillian Ryan & John Keegan. Póta Óir now €2500. You can play online via our website or Facebook page. Via envelope in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm), Cúldoras, in The Pebble Beach or The Sheds and in Aspire to Fitness the club gym.

Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. We would like to welcome KPMG onboard as the main sponsor of the event and Camile Artane who will sponsor the post cycle meal. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle. Last training cycle next Sunday 30th. Any businesses who would like to put in a corporate team or sponsor can email Brian on cycle@clontarfgaa.com.

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Aibreann 10 2017

Foireann na seachtaine are our Faoi 14 A peiladoirí who won Féile Peil na nÓg Roinn 2 with a 3-7:0-7 win over Naomh Barróg in the final in Blakestown Road. They were unbeaten in their 4 home matches on Saturday on P34/35. The Faoi 14 Bs travelled to Clonee to a tough group of 3 1 team clubs. They acquitted themselves well winning their first game and narrowly losing to the eventual division winners and missed out on score difference for a S/F place. Both teams and parents had an enjoyable get together in Cúldoras on Sunday evening. The mentors would like to thank all the parents that supported both teams over the weekend and all from the club who supported the hosting on P34/35 on Saturday.

Good win for our A hurlers in AHL4 on Saturday night defeating Naomh Jude while B hurlers came away from Páirc Barróg with a 1 point win in AHL7 on Sunday. Our Junior Peil na mBan team opened their league account in Roinn 5 with a strong midweek win over our neighbours Raheny 6-14:2-12. Faoi16 hurlers defeated Whitehall Colmcilles 1-11:2-7 on a summer hurling day in St.Pauls on Saturday. Our Faoi11 buachaillí had a great morning of hurling against Naomh Barróg winning 2 and drawing 1 game, this was a major turnaround from the last time they met when they lost all 3 games. Faoi10 buachaillí also hurled with distinction against Castleknock and Peregrines.

Our first dedicated Campa Camogie will be held on P34/35 on April 21st for U12 & U13 cailíní and we are also holding an Advanced Football Camp on April 19th and 20th coached by some Inter County Footballers including Jonny Cooper, Ciaran Kilkenny and Carla Rowe. Registration links for both campaí available from clontarfgaa.com/camps

No winner of this weeks Lotto. Numbers drawn 10,12,26,29. Consolation prize winners Fidelma McGinn & Peter Bailey. Póta Óir now €2400. You can play online via our website or Facebook page. Via envelope in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm), Cúldoras, in The Pebble Beach or The Sheds and now in Aspire to Fitness the club gym.

Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. There will be a meeting for all cyclists in the club this Thursday at 8.40pm. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle. There is a training cycle every Sunday. Any businesses who would like to put in a corporate team can email Brian on cycle@clontarfgaa.com.

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Aibreann 3 2017

Foireann na seachtaine are our Junior A peiladoirí who recorded an impressive 0-17 to 0-9 win over Round Towers Clondalkin in AFL5. Seniors lost by 3 points at home to Ballymun on Saturday evening. Minor hurlers continued their winning run defeating St.Sylvesters 1-16:2-11. Faoi16 hurlers lost by 4 points on a wet day for hurling out in Skerries. Faoi14 hurlers scored 1-1 in the last few minutes of a day of April showers to gain a draw against Skerries. Well done to Faoi11 Bulls who recorded a football victory over neighbours St.Vincents with Sukreet named Laoch na hImeartha.

Well done to our Faoi14 cailíní who were in Féile action over the weekend with both reaching their respective semi-finals. GRMA to all who assisted the hosting of Roinn 1A on P34/35.

Ádh mór to our Faoi14 buachaillí in Féile Peil action this Saturday. As are hosting Raheny, Naomh Barróg agus Parnells while Bs are being hosted by Erin go Bragh and also will play against Geraldine Morans and Ballyfermot DLS.

Comhghairdeas to Andy Foley & Declan Monaghan who both started for Áth Cliath Faoi21 peiladóirí and helped them win the Leinster Final over Uibh Fhaili.

Campa Cásca our club Easter Camp will be on Tuesday April 11th-Thursday 13th in St.Pauls. Online booking is now available on clontarfgaa.com/eastercamp17 and places are filling up so book without delay. We are also introducing our first dedicated Campa Camogie which will be held on P34/35 on April 21st for U12 & U13 cailíní and an Advanced Football Camp on April 19th and 20th coached by some Inter County Footballers including Jonny Cooper, Ciaran Kilkenny and Carla Rowe. Registration links for both campaí available from clontarfgaa.com/camps

No winner of this weeks Lotto. Numbers drawn 9,12,16,29. Consolation prize winners Pat O'Brien & Fintan Lawlor. Póta Óir now €2400. You can play online via our website or Facebook page. Via envelope in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm), Cúldoras, in The Pebble Beach or The Sheds and now in Aspire to Fitness the club gym.

Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle. There is a training cycle every Sunday. Any businesses who would like to put in a corporate team can email Brian on cycle@clontarfgaa.com

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Márta 27 2017

Foireann na seachtaine are our Faoi11 buachaillí who put in a battling performance when they entertained Danesfort from Kilkenny on Sunday. It was a perfect day for hurling and it was a great warmup contest before the battle of The Cats and The Dubs in Páirc Parnell. Unfortunately like the result from Parnell the spoils went to the lads in black and amber but it was a great experience for our lads. GRMA to the parents who helped cater refreshment afterwards.

Our Faoi14B buachaillí maintained their 100% record with a strong win on a very tight pitch in the Ballast Pit out in Na Scéirí. Our Faoi16 buachaillí recorded two great Championship Football wins side by side on Saturday with the As defeating Na Fianna by a point and the Bs defeating O'Dywers 1-10:1-8. Our Faoi13B buachaillí had a battling win away to St.Annes. B hurlers lost a hard fought but entertaining AHL7 clash to Craobh Chiaráin on Sunday on a beautiful day in St.Annes Park. Hopefully summer hurling weather will stick for a few weeks.

Ádh mór to our Faoi14 cailíní in Féile action this weekend. As are hosting and Bs are up the road in St.Monicas. Please support. GRMA to all who supported their fundraising bake sale on Saturday.

Comhghairdeas to Andy Foley & Declan Monaghan who both started for Áth Cliath Faoi21 peiladóirí and helped them through to the Leinster Final. Final is this Wednesday in Portlaoise.

Hard luck to the hurlers from St.Fintans and lady footballers from Holy Faith who lost their All-Ireland finals over the weekend.

Campa Cásca our club Easter Camp will be on Tuesday April 11th-Thursday 13th in St.Pauls. Online booking is now available on clontarfgaa.com/eastercamp17 and places are filling up so book without delay.
No winner of this weeks Lotto. Numbers drawn 3,5,18,18. Consolation prize winners Tim O'Mahony & Marie O'Sullivan. Póta Óir now €2300. You can play online via our website or Facebook page. Via envelope in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm), Cúldoras, in The Pebble Beach or The Sheds and now in Aspire to Fitness the club gym. 

Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle. There is a training cycle every Sunday leaving the club at 10am. Any businesses who would like to put in a corporate team can email Brian on cycle@clontarfgaa.com

March 31st is deadline for adult subscriptions. No pay, no play/train/coach so please return registrations.

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Márta 20 2017

Foireann na Seachtaine are our Junior B peiladoirí with a strong 4-9:1-3 win in AFL9 under the lights on Thursday night against Naomh Maur.

Our Seniors had their first home AFL1 cluiche in many years against Castleknock on Sunday. Despite a good second half where they outs cored the opposition 6 points to 4 it wasn't enough to overturn the halftime deficit. Junior A had a good win 0-12:0-6 away to Naomh Peregrine in AFL5.
Super win for our Faoi16 hurlers winning 5-10:2-10 against OPER.
Battling performances from our Faoi10 buachaillí against Castleknock and Beann Éadair. Terrific performances from our Faoi11 buachaillí away to BSJ winning 2 out of 3 and being very unlucky in the other match.

Well done to the Cluain Tarbh cailíní who helped Áth Cliath to victory over Longford in the Leinster Minor QF. Caoimhe O'Connor contributed 1-01. Well done to our imreoirí who helped Áth Cliath defeat Cill Dara in the Leinster Faoi14 championship the previous weekend.
Campa Cásca our club Easter Camp will be on Tuesday April 11th-Thursday 13th in St.Pauls. Online booking is now available on clontarfgaa.com/eastercamp17 and places are filling up so book without delay.
No winner of this weeks Lotto. Numbers drawn 9,15, 21, 30. Consolation prize winners Jill Grainger & Sinead O'Boyle. Póta Óir now €2200. You can play online via our website or Facebook page. Via envelope in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm), Cúldoras, in The Pebble Beach or The Sheds and now in Aspire to Fitness the club gym.
Last Thursday we presented Papi McCaffrey with his seic mór for his recent Póta Óir win.
Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle. There is a training cycle every Sunday leaving the club at 10am. Any businesses who would like to put in a corporate team can email Brian on cycle@clontarfgaa.com

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Márta 13 2017

Foireann na seachtaine are our Faoi12 cailíní who took part in the Camán to Leinster Camogie blitz in Abbotstown topping their group against teams from Wicklow and Laois. Minor Bs had a good win 4-8 : 3-4 against Liffey Gaels. Faoi16 As had a narrow 4-7: 3-8 win over Kilmacud Crokes while 16 Bs were competitive but were left to rue missed chances from the first half as they lost to Ballyboden. Two wins for Faoi14 buachaillí with As winning away to Naomh Mearnóg and Bs kept up their 100% record but made hard work of it beating Castleknock. Fantastic second half performance from Faoi13 Team 2 against Good Counsel who eclipsed Barcelona turning a 12 point deficit ag an briseadh into a 1 point win. Faoi11 buachaillí battled the conditions and a poor surface away to Faughs but despite losing can hold their heads up high.

Well done to the Faoi10 buachaillí who took part in the opening of the TCD GAA grounds in Santry on Sunday.

Campa Cásca our club Easter Camp will be on Tuesday April 11th-Thursday 13th in St.Pauls. Online booking is now available on clontarfgaa.com/eastercamp17.

Next night for handing in forms for mentor vetting on Wednesday in the club 8.30pm-9.15pm

Comhghairdeas Jim Vale, who at a recent ceremony in Croke Park, was awarded a medal for his long service as a voluntary steward in Croke Park. Jim after many years service, has now stepped down from his position as steward.

The U14 Boys and Girls mentors would like to thank everyone who supported their Féile Race Night fundraiser on Saturday night. It was a lot of fun. The video of the full Mentors Maiden Chase is now on our Fb page. GRMA to all the local businesses who sponsored races and raffle prizes.

No winner of this weeks Lotto. Numbers drawn 11, 14, 20, 26. Consolation prize winners Eamonn Garvey & Rosaleen Boyle. Póta Óir now €2100. You can play online via our website or Facebook page. Via envelope in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm), Cúldoras, in The Pebble Beach or The Sheds and now in Aspire to Fitness the club gym.

Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle. There is a training cycle every Sunday leaving the club at 10am. Any businesses who would like to put in a corporate team can email Brian on cycle@clontarfgaa.com

Extended club notes available anseo (website login required).

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Márta 6 2017

Foireann na seachtaine are our Minor hurlers with a hardfought win of 0-7 to 0-5 vs Na Fianna on Sunday. Our Seniors made their long awaited return to AFL Roinn 1 away to Skerries Harps. A strong second half performance was not enough to close the halftime gap as they lost 1-9 to 0-6.

Good hurling wins on a doubleheader on P34/35 for Faoi14 buachaillí vs St.Vincents and Faoi16 buachaillí vs Cuala on Saturday. Faoi15A cailíní had a good win over O'Dwyers at home. Our Faoi11 buachaillí recorded 2 out of 3 wins home to Lucan Sarsfields. In the middle match although they lost, Senan Wall gave a very strong performance as cúl báire and was awarded laoch na himeratha. Our Faoi10 buachaillí had some very competitive cluichí vs Ballyboden St.Endas. It was a tough day at the hurling office for our Faoi13 buachaillí.

With the recent aimsir St.Pauls, P34 & 35 are getting a tremendous level of use and we'd like to thank all our teams who adhered to the warmup regulations over the weekend so we can ensure we keep our matches going if there is further rain.

The U14 Boys and Girls mentors are holding a Race night fundraiser for Féile this Saturday March 11th in Áras Chluain Tarbh. You can buy a horse or jockey for the race night online at clontarfgaa.com/racenight. Race sponsorship is also available, you can email racenight@clontarfgaa.com for further details. We'd encourage all members to attend what should be a fun night.

We had a BIG winner of our Club Lotto supported by Stafford Funeral Homes, Papi McCaffrey winning the Póta Óir of €17,200. Numbers drawn 2, 4, 14, 17. Consolation prize winners Julie Bernard & Jill Grainger. Póta Óir now €1500. You can play online via our website or Facebook page. Via envelope in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm), Cúldoras, in The Pebble Beach or The Sheds and now in Aspire to Fitness the club gym.

#IrelandsCall Cúldoras will open from 7.15pm this Friday for the Wales v Ireland 6 Nations rugbaí match. While there why not pick up the club car sticker which is now onsale in Cúldoras.

Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle. There is a training cycle every Sunday leaving the club at 10am. We'd like to thank Kish Fish and Little Sport for putting in teams and any businesses who would like to put in a corporate team can email Brian on cycle@clontarfgaa.com

Campa Cásca our club Easter Camp will be on Tuesday April 11th-Thursday 13th in St.Pauls. Online booking is now available on clontarfgaa.com/eastercamp17.

Extended club notes available anseo/here (website login required).

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Feabhra 27 2017

Faoi16 buachaillí had a good win away to Sylvesters winning 3-9:2-2.

The U14 Boys and Girls mentors are holding a Race night fundraiser for Féile on Saturday March 11th in Áras Chluain Tarbh. You can buy a horse or jockey for the race night online at clontarfgaa.com/racenight. Race sponsorship is also available, you can email racenight@clontarfgaa.com for further details.

No winner of Club Lotto supported by Stafford Funeral Homes, numbers drawn 2, 7, 25, 27. Consolation prize winners Mick Smyth & Cúldoras syndicate. Póta Óir now €17200. You can play online via our website or Facebook page. Via envelope in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm), Cúldoras, in The Pebble Beach or The Sheds and now in Aspire to Fitness the club gym.

Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle. There is a training cycle every Sunday leaving the club at 10am.

Campa Cásca our club Easter Camp will be on Tuesday April 11th-Thursday 13th. Online booking will be available shortly. 

Extended clubnotes available here/anseo (website login required)

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Feabhra 20 2017

Well done to all our juvenile teams who had their first cluichí in the Sherry FitzGerald sponsored geansaí over the weekend. Some great performances home and away and we are looking forward to a successful 2017 for the Sherry FitzGerald sponsored teams.

Foireann na seachtaine are our Faoi16 buachaillí who came from behind to beat Ballyboden St. Endas 3-8 : 2-10. Well done to our minor hurlers who in their first competitive game of the year defeated Fingallians 1-18 : 1-9 Sunday morning on P34 with a good spread of scorers from 9 different players.

Our Faoi 14 buachaillí made it 4 out of 4 league wins between As and Bs. Thomas Hyland top scored for the Bs with a magnificent haul of 7 goals away to Ballyboden.

It was with regret that the club learned of the death at the weekend of Paddy Donnelly the last remaining founding member of CLG Chluain Tarbh. Paddy will be buried on Tuesday and it is a testament to him and the other founding members of the club how it has grown since that initial meeting in 1961. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis.

The clubs 2016 minor management for 2016 had an enjoyable time at the AIG/Evening Herald awards last week as they collected the monthly prizes for March and November, the first time any team won two monthly awards in the same year and Brendan Smyth collected the May player of the month prize on behalf of Paddy Smyth.

Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle

No winner of the Club Lotto supported by Staffords Funeral Homes. Numbers drawn were 8,17,19,23. Consolation prize winners were Fintan Lawlor & Gay Byrne. This weeks Póta Óir/Jackpot is a massive €17,100! You can play online via our website or Facebook page. Via envelope in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm), Cúldoras, or in The Pebble Beach or The Sheds. 

Extended clubnotes available here/anseo (website login required).

 

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Feabhra 13 2017

Foireann na seachtaine our our Faoi14 B buachaillí who despite the conditions had a stirring second half comeback in their first league fixture of 2017 against St.Monicas. Trailing by 4 points at the break they kept their opponents scoreless in the second half, which included a fantastic penalty save from Daniel Lloyd, and scored 1-3 in the final 10 minutes to take the points.

Wins for 14As away to Parnells, 16As home to St.Margarets. Some great performances from Faoi10 buachaillí away to Trinity Gaels and home to Whitehall Colmcilles. Good performances from Faoi11 buachaillí winning 2 out of 3 home to Ballyboden St.Endas. Well done to our Faoi8 buachaillí who hosted Oliver Plunketts on Saturday morning. GRMA to Plunketts for some enjoyable cluichí peil on a very cold morning.

CLG Chluain Tarbh were delighted to launch Sherry Fitzgerald's sponsorship of the club on Sunday. The Sherry Fitzgerald and Sherry Fitzgerald Lettings logos will appear on the brand new geansaí of U9 & U10 boys and girls and U11, U12, U13, U14 and U15 buachaillí. We're delighted to work with such a well known brand and are looking forward to many successes for the sponsored teams in 2017 and beyond. GRMA to all the juvenile players and parents who braved the weather and joined us at the club on Sunday.

Comhghairdeas to Paddy Smyth who lined out for Áth Cliath Senior Hurlers v Tipperary on Saturday evening. The result didn't go the way of the Dubs but we're delighted to have a Cluain Tarbh man on the team and we're looking forward to many more outings to Croker to support Paddy and the hurlers.

Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle

We would like to thank all who supported the club and purchased tickets for the GAA Natonal Club Draw. Best of luck to all.

No winner of the Club Lotto supported by Staffords Funeral Homes. Numbers drawn were 7,8,25,30. Consolation prize winners were Carol Byrne & Pappi McCaffrey. This weeks Póta Óir/Jackpot is a massive €17,000! You can play online via our website or Facebook page. Via envelope in An Siopa (Tuesday and Thursday 7-8pm), Cúldoras, or in The Pebble Beach or The Sheds.

Date for your diary: The Féile Girls and Boys squads will have a fundraising Tráth na gCeist/Table Quiz in Áras Chluain Tarbh on Friday March 10th. Further details to follow. 

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Feabhra 6 2017

Well done to our 2009 buachaillí who had their first cluichí at U8 away to St.Sylvesters.

Good win for Minor Bs away to Naomh Mearnóg. 

GRMA to all who supported the club in the National Club Draw.

Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle 

No winner of the Club Lotto supported by Stafford Funeral Homes. Numbers drawn12,15,21,23. Póta Óir now €16,900. Lucky dip winners Emer Spring and Pauline Davis. You can now play the Lotto via envelope in The Sheds and The Pebble Beach

Nótaí Chlub na Seachtaine Eanair 30 2017

Foireann na seachtaine are our Faoi10 buachaillí who put in some great performances in a challenge against neighbours St.Vincents. Lots of other challenge matches over the weekend as our teams get ready for league action in the coming weeks.

Comhghairdeas to a well deserved recipient of Pearsa cumainn na bliana/Clubperson of the year Gerry Reid. GRMA to Jamesie O'Connor who gave a very engaging talk to our mentors and guests at our Chairman's Night on Saturday.

We are running a fun Last Man Standing on the Allianz NFL. Entry is €5 and you can play online via our website.

Some tickets are still available for the GAA National Club Draw. Great prizes on offer with all ticket sales retained by the club. Tickets are €10, available from lead mentors or can also be purchased online at clontarfgaa.com/clubdraw.

Get on your rothar for our fundraising cycle on May 1st. 100km cycle to Duleek and back. Further details available from Brian O'Callaghan or on clontarfgaa.com/cycle

No winner of the Club Lotto supported by Stafford Funeral Homes. Numbers drawn 10,22,26,27. Póta Óir now €16,800. Lucky dip winners Siobhán McGovern and Andrew Murphy. You can now play the Lotto via envelope in The Sheds and The Pebble Beach, we'd like to thank them for their support. 

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