The opening game of the under 16 football league, against Gabriel Og, scheduled for Ahamilla on Sunday, March 5th has been postponed due to unplayable pitch
Clonakilty defeated Castlehaven on a score of 3-09 to 2-10 in a thrilling West Region under 16 A football league final in Ahamilla on Monday 31st October 2016.
Clonakilty under 12 seconds football team defeated Bantry in Ahamilla on October 21st in a final of the knock-out competition for second teams. Final score was 5-06 t0 4-04
Clonakilty defeated Kilbrittain in Ahamilla on Tuesday, October 4th in a thrilling league final. Final score was 3-11 to 4-03
Clonakilty defeated Ahabullogue in the county under 14 B football final in Ballinlough on a score of 3-13 to 3-03. Well done to all concerned
Clonakilty under 14 footballers defeated Ballinhassig on a score of 2-17 to 2-06 in the county under 14 B football s/final. The final will go ahead on Weekend of October 1/2. Details later
Clonakilty Under 12 hurlers were defeated by Bantry on September 8th at in Ahamilla.
Clonakilty defeated Ballinascarthy on September 11th in a thrilling West Region under 14 B football final. Scoreline was 2-06 3-02 in a game played in atrocious weather conditions
Clonakilty were defeated by Castlehaven in the first round of the West Region under 16 A football championship on August 31st.in Leap. Final score at the end of a thrilling game was 3-12 to 4-06
The finals of the ever-popular Parish Football Leagues for under 7, under 8, under 9 and under 10 boys went ahead on Sunday, August 28th in Ahamilla. These finals were followed by a BBQ and the afternoon was a fantastic success, run off in glorious weather conditions
Clonakilty's under 14 footballers defeated Bantry on Monday, August 29th. in the West Region semi-final on a score of 6-15 to 2-07. They now meet Ballinascarthy in the final. Further details later.
Clonakilty minor hurlers drew with Ibane Gaels in the opening league game of the year in Ahamilla on Monday, 20th June. Final score was 3-11 to 4-08
Clonakilty minor hurlers, badly hit by injuries, were defeated by Kilbrittain on a score of 2-15 to 1-07 in the c'ship s/final on 4th August in Timoleague
Clonakilty minor footballers played a thrilling draw with Castlehaven in the non-exam league in Ahamilla on 2th May. Final score was;Clon 3-09. Castlehaven 4-06
Clonakilty minor hurlers scored a thrilling win over Newcestown in Ahamilla on Thursday, July7th in the league. Final score was 4-13 to 3-15
Clonakilty minor footballers defeated Bantry in the opening game of this year's non-exan league at Ahamilla on Tuesday, May 10th. Final score was 4-10 to 0-11
Clonakilty under 16 hurlers took on Western Gaels in the opening round of the 2016 West Region championship on Wednesday, July 6th in Ballinacarriga. With little or no preparation done for the game Clon were not well fancied for this tie and had to rely on a number of under 14 players to field a team. In the event, the team surpassed all expectations and turned in a wonderful display of committed hurling to easily get the better of their determined opponents, who were forced to field without some of their more influential players. Clon played against the wind in the opening half but quickly showed their intentions with Brian White pointing form play after a minute. Thomas Palmer, who had a fine outing, added a second point from play soon after. It took the Mid-Cork side a while to settle but they did open their account with a point from a free and followed with another from play soon after to level the scores. After ten minutes Clon scored a cracking goal through Odhran Bancroft and this was followed by four excellent points from play by the magnificent Liam Halligan. Western Gaels did add two points from frees but Clon’s dangerous full-forward, Brian White was starting to become more influential as the half went on and he pointed a fine free. The Mid-Cork boys then struck for a goal but any thoughts of a revival were killed off directly from the puck-out as Thomas Palmer went on a brilliant solo run before parting to White who then billowed the back of the net. This goal was a crushing blow to the Western Gaels side as Clon retired at the break leading by 2-07 to 1-04. Clon had the advantage of the fresh breeze on the resumption and quickly put the outcome beyond doubt. White pointed from play and Bancroft did likewise. Halligan added a similar score and the game was over as a contest when young Shane Dullea crashed home a fine goal soon after. It was all Clon now and the ever more influential White scored four points in succession, three from play and one free. Clon’s outstanding full-back, Tadgh Fitzpatrick added a further point from play before the gallant Western Gaels side got some reward for their determined efforts with a late goal and point, both from play, to leave the final score at 3-15 to 2-07 in favour of a Clon side that surprised even their most ardent supporters. For Clon, Cian Hurley kept a fine goal and his lengthy puck-outs and clearances were vital throughout. Full-back, Tadgh Fitzpatrick was outstanding all through and got excellent help from two tremendously committed corner backs, Dylan Geaney and James Campbell. Cian O’Donoghue was in control throughout in the number 6 jersey and both wing-backs Niall Beamish and Matthew Mc Carthy played well, often going forward to great effect. Liam Halligan and Odhran Bancroft dominated around the middle and Halligan scored some wonderful points. Clon’s forwards were brilliantly led by Thomas Palmer on the “forty”, flanked by the lively Shane Dullean and Jack Wycherley. Brian White was outstanding at full-forward throughout and got great assistance from Evan Corcoran and young Liam Knowles. Evan Kelly and Ryan Tobin made both made telling contributions when introduced. Overall, the win was as impressive as it was unexpected. Clon now advance to meet Kilbree in the semi-final
Clonakilty take on St. Colums in Ballinacarriga on Friday, May 13th in the first round of the under 14 hurling championship. Throw-in at 7-30pm. Please support
Clonakilty defeated Western Gaels in Ballinacarriga on Wednesday, July 6th on a score of 3-15 to 2-07 in the first round this year's under 16 hurling championship.
Clonakilty under 14 footballers defeated Ahabullogue (s/final) and Kilbrittain (final) in Ahamilla on Monday, May 2nd to capture the County B Feile title