Club memberhip is now due for 2017 and online membership options are now available for Club and Gym membership. Please follow the link for further details and payment options. The club lotto can also be played online in various forms by following the lotto link.
There was no winner of the lotto draw held on Saturday 14th January last for €4,200. Lucky dip winners of €40 each :
- Padraig & Mary O'Mahony Templebryan
- John Minihane Gullane
- Wille John Madden c/o Bingo
- Kay Finn c/o Bingo
- Sean & Maureen 087 - 1663715
- Mary & Margaret French Leap
Next weeks jackpot will be €4,400
There was no winner of the lotto held on Saturday 7th January. The numbers drawn were 4-5-15-22. Lucky dip winners of €40 each :
Mary Collins Ballymacowen
Caroline O'Sullivan 8840633
James O'Leary Ardfield
T Delaney 086-3610243
Aggie Hallissey 086-8348143
Claire Mc Carthy Clonakilty
Next weeks jackpot is €4,200
The ever-popular St. Stephen's Day Fun Run/Walk/Cycle went ahead again this year in glorious weather conditions and was a huge success, with over 300 people taking part. This year's nominated charities, the Inchydoney Inshore Lifeboat and West Cork Under-Water Rescue Group were the nominated charities. Over €3,200 was raised. Thanks to all who participated and to those who helped in stewarding the route.
The GAA lotto jackpot of €14,200 was won by Nora Mc Carthy of Ballymacwilliam on December 31st last. The lucky numbers drawn were 9-15-20-26. Congratulations to Nora on her win.
Lucky dip winners of €40 each were : John O'Donovan Lady's Cross
John Minihane Gullane
Siobhan Harte Gullane
Brian Dorgan 69 Assumption Place
Phil Hurley c/o bingo
Rhona O'Neil c/o Flower Basket
As we come to the end of another very busy year let us reflect on what has been achieved both on and off the fields of play and acknowledge the huge amount of work by so many people in making this a very successful year.
We thank all those who have contributed to our on-field activities, players, managers, mentors, parents and supporters for their time and energy. We also thank all those who have contributed in so many other ways to the numerous arrays of Club activities and we are acutely aware that all too often too much was asked of too few. To all we say you are a credit to yourselves, to our Club and to the community.
Our plan for 2017 is to help develop a Club that will prosper for many years ahead based on a clear set of values and principles. These include, to reduce the drop-off in player numbers between the ages of 16yrs – 21yrs, place the Club on a sound financial footing and to maintain our superb facilities for use, not just by our Club members but by the entire community. On the field of play we plan to continue to develop our players in both codes and to build on what was achieved last year at both adult and underage level.
To my fellow Officers for their vision, commitment and unrelenting work for the Club, a huge and well deserved thanks.
Finally, I wish everybody a happy, peaceful, relaxed Christmas and a successful New Year.
Clonakilty GAA Club holds its Dinner Dance in the sports complex on Friday 13th January 2017. All members and supporters are asked to reserve the night and support this event.
The annual Cian Holland Cup competition went ahead on Sunday, December 4th in Ahamilla. It was a tremendous success and every game was close and competitive. The magnificent trophy was presented to Jack Wycherley after the final and this was followed by the refreshments in the sports complex.
The Strictly Clon Dancing Charity Night which was held in the sports complex at Ahamilla on Saturday, December 3rd was a great success and drew a fine crowd, with special guest, Miriam O'Callaghan being greatly impressed at the standard of dancing and entertainment. Well done to all concerned
The Agm of Clonakilty GAA club took place in Ahamilla on Tuesday December 6th. It was well attended and saw Andrew Whelton replace Fachtna Mc Carthy as PRO and Pat Barrett take over from Dr. Liam O'Brien as Vice-Chairman. Pat will combine his role with that of Treasurer which he filled with distinction during 2016 as the club ended the year in a healthy financial state.
Everyone in Clonakilty GAA club congratulates Carbery Rangers on their historic win in the Cork County Senior Football Championship.
On Saturday, October 1st the sports complex in Ahamilla was thronged for the reunion to honour the members of the 1976 West Cork Junior Hurling Championship and 1996 County Senior Football Championship winning teams. A great night was had by all, with the high;light being the showing of the video of the 1996 county final. In addition, the incoming president, Pat Cahill, and vice-presidents, Tom Ahern and John Forristal, were formally introduced to the members. Well done to all involved in the organising of the event
The launch of the 2016 Strictly Clon Dancing went ahead in the sports complex on Saturday, 23rd September and was a great success
Clonakilty were defeated by Na Piarsaigh in Brinny in the county premier 2 football c'ship on a score of 0-12 to 0-08
Everyone in Clonakilty GAA club sends congratulations to Ciara Ryan on winning an All-Ireland minor medal with Cork Ladies Footballers
Clonakilty GAA club has elected Pat Cahill as its new President in succession to the late and much missed Donal Cullinane. Pat will assume his role on September 1st next and will serve until the 2018 AGM, when he will be succeeeded by Tom Aherne of Connolly Street. After giving many years of loyal and dedicated service to the club Pat is a most popular and deserving choice. The club also elected John Forristal to serve in the office of President from 2018 to 2020
Clonakilty under 16 hurlers were defeated on a score of 2-18 to 0-08 by a very strong Kilbree side in the West Region s-final on July 17th
Clonakilty GAA club regrets to announce the death of our much-respected President, Donal CUllinane on June 2nd 2016. At a specially convened meeting of the club on Saturday. June 4th. many tributes, led by club Chairman Ger Mc Carthy, were paid to Donal on the sad occasion of his passing. His great contribution to the club over many decades, as a player, mentor and officer were recalled, and a vote of sympathy was passed to his family. As a mark of respect, all club activities were cancelled on Saturday, June 4th. May he rest in peace.
Well done to our two Cork minors, Mark White and Liam O'Donovan on their excellent contribution to Cork's win over Tipperary in the Munster Minor Football Championship on 13th April
Cork defeated "Reardens All-Stars" in a senior football challenge in Ahamilla on Sunday, January 17th 2016. Final score in a game marred by terrible weather conditions was 3-06 to 1-06
All officers, members and players are reminded that the Club VictoryDinner Dance and Medal Presentation night goes ahead in Ahamilla on Friday, January 22nd. Catering by Fernhill House Hotel. Drinks Reception at 7-30pm. Food served at 8-15 SHARP. Tickets cost 30 Euro each. Available from Haulie O'Neill's Butcher Shop, Shanley's Bar or Michael O'Mahony (086 8102208). Medals being presented to Junior A and Junior C hurlers, Under 21 footallers and Minor Footballers. Please support
Everyone in Clonakilty GAA club would like to congratulate club player, David Lowney, on winning the overall Celtic Ross Youth Sports Personality Award for 2015
Clonakilty GAA club has been honoured with the selection of seven of its players on the first ever West Cork Hurling All-Stars. Those selected were;Mark White, Denis Murphy, Pa O'Sullivan, Alan Murphy, Sean White, David Lowney and Thomas Clancy. Special comgratulations to David Lowney on also winning the Celtic Ross West Cork Spots Star award for November.