Sciath na Scoil Victory (19-11-13)

Scoil na mBuachailli Clonakilty scored a tremendous win in the Sciath na Scoil football final by defeating Beaumont National School. Final score at the end of a thrilling game in Pairc Ui Rinn was 3-05 to 2-03. Congratulations from all at Clonakilty GAA club

Clonakilty v St. Nicks, 75th Anniversary Celebration of 1938 County Senior Football Final

Clonakilty and St. Nicks senior footballers will play a special challenge game, with the Con O Donovan memorial Cup at stake, in Bandon on Saturdar, November 16th at 3pm as part of a day of celebration in the Bandon club to mark the 75th anniversary of the playing of the 1938 County Senior Football Final in Bandon, the only such final to have been played in that town.

Under 13 football league final result (22-10-13)

Clonakilty under 13 footballers scored a thrilling win over Rosscarbery in the West Region league final in Ahamilla on Tuesday, October 22nd. Final score was 1-09 to 1-08


The Officers, Committee Members and Players of Clon Ladies Football Club would like to wish our own Martina O'Brien and her fellow players and mentors the very best of luck in the All Ireland Ladies Football Final on Sunday next,, the 29th September.  Martina is part of the Cok squad who will take on Monaghan in search of yet another All Ireland victory.  She has been goalie for the Clon senior ladies football team for many years, being one of its most reliable and consistent players.  She was goalie when the Club won the County, Munster and All Ireland Final in 2009 and since then has gone from strength to strength.  Good luck to all involved but especially Martina, we as a club are proud and honoured to be associated with her.

Minor football c'ship result(03-09-13)

Clonakilty minor footballers had a comfortable win over Milstreet in the county premier 2 football championship clash in Cloughduv on Tuesday, september 3rd. Final score was 1-19 to 0-07. Clon now meet Boherbue in the semi-final, with no definite date until after the minor hurlers have played their championship game on thursday, September 5th

Clonakilty GAA Club Museum (11-06-13)

Clonakilty GAA club is in the process of setting up a club museum and a room has been dedicated for this purpose in the sports complex in Ahamilla. Members of the public, whether involved in the club or not, are invited to donate items of interest either on temporary or permanent loan to form part of the exhibits. Already, a medal won by Tom Sutton with the 1892 football team has been kindly donated by his close relatives, the Ryan family. It is hoped that many other such memorabilia will be donated. The person to contact is Tom Lyons at 087.6425180 or club PRO, Fachtna Mc Carthy, at 087-6102033, or indeed any club member.

Summer BBQs in Ahamilla!

Why not have your summer get together in Ahamilla?


Cork U12 Camogie Panel

All in Clonakilty Camogie Club are very proud of Niamh Ni Rinn who has been selected on the Cork U12 panel. Niamh is just one member of a very tallented group of underage  players coming through the ranks in the Club. Niamh's selection is an inspiration to us all and can only benefit the entire Club going forward. WELL DONE NIAMH!

Clonakilty GAA Club celebrates 125th Anniversary. Big Events for May 3rd and 4th 2013

Throughout 2013 Clonakilty GAA Club is celebrating the 125th anniversary of its establishment The focus of those celebrations will be a number of events in the sports complex at Ahamilla on the weekend of 3/4 May, the same weekend that will see Clonakilty people everywhere celebrating the four hundredth anniversary of the granting of the Charter to establish the town.

On the Friday night there will be a photographic exhibition and this is sure to generate great interest, and quite a lot of nostalgia.

On the Saturday, immediately after the senior football championship game involving Clonakilty and Aghada, the complex should be a hive of activity as a re-union will be held of all teams that contested county senior football and West Cork junior hurling finals. All are welcome

Easter Camp

Clonakilty Camogie Club will hold its annual Easter Camp for girls aged between 7 & 14yrs, on Monday 25th, Tues 26th and Wed 27th March. The Camp will involve both Camogie & Ladies football Drills & games. There is also an emphasis on fun with the final day having a Monster Egg Hunt and some goodies being given out. Camp Leaders are Cork Senior Camogie Vice Captain Jennifer O'Leary and Clare O'Leary, a former captain and current member of Clonakilty Ladies Football team. Cost of the camp is €30 for one girl, €50 for two girls and €75 for three girls.  girls will need to bring a packed lunch each day and also wrap up well as the weather is a little bit cold at the moment. Needless to say a hurley, helmet and football boots and also runners for any indoor activity. Hope to see ye all in Ahamilla on Monday 25th.

Summer Camp 2013

The ever popular Summer Camps will go ahead as usual in 2013. Enquire at Ahamilla at any time


Clonakilty Junior Ladies opened their league campaign on Saturday last (Mar 16th) with a good victory over Tadgh McCarthaighs.  Clon found the net three times in the first 10 minutes courtesy of Jamie O’Regan, Lydia Kenny and Niamh O’Donovan. This great start plus a couple of fine points from Hollie Hayes enabled the team to play some very good football and with all the backs playing well as a defensive unit, Clon led 3-04 to 0-01 at half time. Fine displays by Aoife O’Neill, Jennifer White and the tenacious Faye Langley was the launch pad for further scores in the second half. Clon added 2 more goals from the accurate Ellen Hall and Caroline Dullea who also popped up with an excellent point from an acute angle. With Rosemary Dullea and Grace McManus working hard at midfield Clon ran out winners on a scoreline of 5-05 to 0-01. This was a good display to start the season and it was particularly encouraging to see the younger players showing up so well.  Panel: Anna O’Hea, Sue Downey, Aoife O’Neill, Faye Langley, Lydia Kenny (1-0), Niamh Desmond Collins, Jennifer White (Capt), Rosemary Dullea, Grace McManus, Caroline Dullea (1-1), Ellen Hall (1-1), Hollie Hayes (0-2), Niamh O’Donovan (1-0), Jamie O’Regan (1-1), Mary Jo Williams, Alice O’Donoghue, Erin Ryan.