Extended Clubnotes - March 31st 2009

ADULT GAMES:
 
Senior AFL 3:
The seniors lost their second league match in AFL 3 to Naomh Mearnog with a score of 3.4 to 0.3.The performance of the home team was disappointing despite fine displays by a number of players, most notably Stephen Coen and Ger Ryan.Both were outstanding, as we have come to expect.
 
Junior A League AFL 5:
<No Report>
 
Junior B League AFL 8:
The Junior B's beat continued their good unbeaten league form with another win, away to Binn Eadair.
 
Junior C AFL 12N:
A disappointing performance by the C's as they lost away to Fingal Ravens in the league (3-16,0-11).
 
Adult 5 Hurling League:
League game next Sunday away to Civil Service
 
Adult 8 Hurling League:
League game next Sunday away to Kilmacud Crokes
 
Minors:
Hurlers beat St. Marks (2-9,0-9). Best for Clontarf were Conor Cronin, Aidan O'Donohoe and Harry Connolly.
 
JUVENILE GAMES:
 
Important meeting of all hurling mentors in the clubhouse on Tue
 
Under 16's:
Despite a typical battling performance the U16 Footballers had a narrow defeat in the U16 A Championship, with every player giving their all.
 
Under 15's:
<No report>
 
Under 14's:
<No report>
 
Under 13's:
Division 2 : Thomas Davis : 7-4, Cluain Tarbh A : 2-5
Division 7 : Cluain Tarbh B : 1-1, Na Fianna B : 7-17
 
Under 12 Hurling:
U12 hurlers put in another great performance in Div 1, going down 4-2,2-1 to southside kingpins Kilmacud Crokes. Kevin Mangan was man of the match and Bill Perryman was brilliant in goal.
 
Under 11:
A huge well done to all three U11 hurling teams who recorded great home wins against O'Dwyers and Vincents on Saturday at a very windy St. Pauls.
Noel's team got the day off to a great start by recording a fine 18 4 win against O'Dwyers. The game was delicately poised at half time but Clontarf really made the elements count in the second half. This was a great tem effort but special mention must go to Gavin Jackson, Sean Kelly and Darragh Ring for leading by example throughout.
Donal's team had a super 13 4 victory against St. Vincents. This was a fabously committed display from all with Liam Howley, Sean O'Flaherty and Sean Mc Keown outstanding.
The A team recorded a 17 11 win against the Marino outfit also. The quality of hurling on display in very testing conditions was superb. A great team performance but special mention for Harry Opperman who gave an outstanding display of defensive hurling along with our other defensive stalwarts Jack Higgins, Diarmuid Brodie and Eoin MacNamee.
 
Under 10's:
Cluain Tarbh 7  Whitehall Colmcille 23
Our A team were well beaten by a skilled Whitehall team, while our B team lost out by a much closer margin.  We are still behind some of the stronger clubs in confidence and skill but are making great strides in catching up.  We need to work on the confidence and also, to organise some friendly matches, to give the lads some much needed game time.
 
Under 9:
<No report>
 
LADIES GAMES:
A coaching session will take place on Wed Apr 1st. The session is mainly for juvenile ladies mentors including nursery......time is 7.00-8.30pm”
 
Inters and Juniors :
Cup competition begins on Wednesday next April 1st, throw-in at 6:45pm.Both teams are at home, the Inters play Skerries Harps and the Juniors play Kilmacud Crokes, on pitches 6 and 7. Support, as always, is welcome.
 
Under 18 Girls:
Match deferred
 
Under 16 Girls:
Clontarf 1-8 Sylvester's 3-5
 
Under 14 Girls:
Match 3rd April V Kilmacud at 18.45 pitch 6 /7
 
Under 13 Girls:
Under 13 had an outstanding win on their first league match of the season against Ballyboden St Enda's 4-8 to 0-2.  Fantastic team performance with outstanding performances from Amy O'Meara and Mary Shanahan.  Excellent also were Sorcha O Byrne and Fiona Terry and great goals from Niamh Lawlor, Aoife Walshe and Michelle Hetherton. The best part of the win was the overall team performance and the excellent hand passing - Keep up the great work girls.
 
Under 12 Girls:
Castleknock 5-7 Clontarf 2-0. Next match V Barrog at Home 5th April
 
Under 11 Girls:
Division 1 U11 girls put up a great display against Castleknock, but lost to an injury time goal. Well done to all the girls. Castleknock 6 -2, Clontarf 4 - 5
U11 Bs played their first match against Na Fianna.  Clontarf lost by a late goal despite great contribution from all the players. Team played superbly and well done to all.  Final score Na Fianna 1-1, Clontarf 0-1.  Special thanks to all for their support on the girls’ first match.
 
Under 10 Girls:
<No Report>
 
GENERAL:
 
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