Junior A Hurlers (AHL 5):
Scoil Ui Chonaill 0 07 clontarf 1 10
Junior B Hurlers (AHL 8):
A disappointing end to the season as the B's failed to come up with the necessary numbers to field against league leaders Setanta.
Junior C Footballers:
Clontarf Junior C's received a walkover from St. Finians (S) on Sat. That gave them the 1 point to secure the 2009 Div 12 league title. A final game remains next weekend against Rosmini. Well done to the dream management team of Willie O'Connor and Matt Whelan who have now gained league promotion in successive years with junior B and C teams.
Minor Football Championship:
Minor A team secured a semi final place with a 4 point win over Finbarrs. Not the best display of the year but a great team spirit and determination saw the lads home. Daragh Golden and Ross O' Hanlon the pick of the bunch.
Well done to John Troy's U16 hurlers who had a fine win in the Championship Shield over Setanta.
Cluain Tarbh U14 hurlers had a good win away to Liffey Gaels in the League on Saturday with a score of 6-7 to 4-9. While we were short on numbers we still managed a victory after a tough game having behind for all bar the last 5 minutes.
U12A football team had a great match against Ballymun losing by a point after a great comeback. It meant Ballymun wön the Div 1 League and congrats to them but our lads are real contenders. Our B team went down to ST Margarets bv were short some players
Under 11 Football:
The U11's had 3 home matches this weekend.
Clontarf 7-9 The Naul 1-24
This was a humdinger of a match. The two sides had a different approach when it came to scoring Clontarf with the Goals and The Naul woith the Skill points ( a High Catch ). They scored 15 skill points. When it looked like the Naul were pulling away in the first half clontarf rattllied in 4 goals to go in 5 point up at half time.
In the second half it was a simaliar scenario The Naul came back into the game with a goal and 6 high catches to go into the lead with 10 mins left.Clontarf came back strongly at them and scored 2 goals in the last couple of mins to win by 3 points.An exceptional team effort to pull this out of the bag. and best for Clontarf were Oisin O'Donoghue Grellan Murray and Darragh Ring.
Clontarf 1A 5-21 Na Fianna 1A 3-3
Clontarf had a great win over Na Fianna going in at half time leading 2-9 to 1-1. The boys played some beautiful football but the main improvement was the way they didn't let the opposition play the ball out.They all harried the opposition. THe 2nd half started slowly for us and Na Fianna punished us with 2 quick goals to narrow the margin 2-9 to 3-1. We then started to move the ball around well and had our shooting boots on with some excellent scores. This was a great team effort best for Clontarf Cian Walsh , Sean O'Shea Nathan Doran.
Clontarf 1B 8-6 Na Fianna 1B 1-10
This was the best performance of the day by the boys. Everything fell into place , the passing , the movement , the concentration and the boys attitude. Super performance. Clontarf lead 6-2 to 1-5 at half time. Best for Clontarf were Paul Ashby , Conor Clinton Declan Adamson
Footballers scored a great win away to sylvesters. Fine performances from Eoin Gaine, Kieran McKeon and James Shouldice.
Underf 9 Football:
Blue goup played Olliver Plunketts at home losing both games, overall points 29-53. In the first game, Ed Brennan competed well in defence and Phillip O'Reilly played well up front. In the second march Oileann McKeown was strong and committed as ever, while Cian Davitt and Stephen Doran both did well.
Red group played Raheny away, and recorded 1 win and 2 defeats, with overall points 51-72 to the home team. In the first match, Clontarf competed strongly but were edged out by skillful Raheny team. Conal Keogh did well and Gavin Murray scored 2-2 from play, however Luke Hempanstall was Man of the Match with kicked points of both right and left feet. In the second match, Clontarf won well. Alex Cooke worked hard in midfield while Darragh Nolan and Andrew Synnott also played well. In the third match Clontarf tired hard but were well beaten by a better team. Finn McGarry and Eoin McCloine worked hard throughout, while Sam Kelly was the Clonarf man of the match.
Under 8 Football:
Under 8's (Red 3 team group)
Cluain Tarbh welcomed Garristown to St Pauls on saturday. Cluain Tarbh were comprehensive winners in all 6 matches with a combined score of 134 pts to Garristown's 33. There were many great displays from all the players who continue to develop and show great potential. Thanks to all the parents for their support and assistance.
Under 8's (White 2 team group)
Cluain Tarbh travelled away to Ballymun Kickhams on saturday and came away with a hard fought overall victory. The 4 matches turned out to be quite a contrast as Ballymun had one strong team and one weaker team. Ballymun beat Cluain Tarbh by a small scoreline in 2 very closely fought matches however both Cluain Tarbh teams were way too strong for the other Ballymun team with very comfortable wins. Combined score was Ballymun Kickhams 33 pts Cluain Tarbh 51 pts.
Intermediate Ladies Great draw against Kilmacud Crokes. Next at home V Lucan Sarfields at home on the 14th at 19.30pm, with an away match V Skerries harps on the 17th.
Under 16 next match V Naomh Barrog on the 13th –pitch 35 at 18.45
U14's booked their place in the Division 1 Championship final by beating St Sylvesters in a thrilling semi final on Saturday evening. The final score was 4-11 to 3-7. The girls will face Ballyboden St Enda’s in the final, venue and date yet to be confirmed. Once again it was a fantastic team performance and it would be unfair to name any one player as everyone get their all. Many thanks to the U13s who came up and also to the great support from parents and club members.
Under 13 – next match V Sylvester’s on the 12th – pitch 34 at 7 pm
Under 11 Division Team- Great win in League Cup V Thomas Davis 2-16 to 0-1. Next match V Na Fianna on the 17th at 4pm.
Girls Nursery – Due to the great success of the girls nursery, we are looking for additional mentors and helpers to help out. Please contact Ray on 087-2596492 with your details
Halloween Camp take place Tue Oct 27th to Fri Oct 30th at St. Pauls. Details and forms available for download from the website. See under section Teams/Camps.
Club Monster Christmas Draw has been launched. €30,000 worth of prizes including a Toyota Yaris to the value of €15,000, Travel Cruise Holiday plus many more. Tickets can be brought through the club bar, club shop, Nursery on Saturday morning or any team mentor. We are looking for volunteers to help sell tickets