Cork Camogie Team in Ahamilla Sunday 6th September 2015

All are welcome to see the Cork senior camogie team training in Ahamilla on Sunday September 6th between 10am and 12 noon in preparation for the following Sunday's All-Ireland final. Supporters welcome to meet the players afterwards

U8/U10 Girls' Update

The Clonakilty U8/U10 football team thoroughly enjoyed their last two games against Rosscarbery and Ibane (Timoleague/Barryroe), which were played in Clonakilty on Monday 7th and 14th July. Great fun was had by all and they are looking forward to playing the rest of their games throughout the Summer.

Championship win for the Clonakilty Ladies Football Team

Team Photo

The Clonakilty Senior Ladies Football team have won their first round of championship. The Clonakilty girls defeated Boherbue in Macroom on Monday last, 29th June, on a scoreline of 5.8-1.9. The next round will be played in the next three weeks against Beara. All support would be greatly appreciated

Junior and Senior Ladies Football Update

Great performance from our junior ladies footballers last night V Muintir Bhaire. The teams were level with 3mins to go but the game finished 1-8 to 1-3. The scoreline doesn't reflect the great game. 

The senior ladies defeated Rosscabery 2.11 to 1.10 in their second game of the year on Thursday. 


Everybody in Clonakilty GAA Club would like to congratulate David Lowney after he became the first minor hurler from the club to represent Cork since 1966 when he lined out against Limerick in Pairc Ui Rinn on Wednesday, April 8th

Ladies Football Update - 27 March 2015

The Clonakilty Ladies Football Club Registration Day will take place on Sunday 29th March at 11am in the Parish Centre. Teas and coffees will be available on the day and new members are very welcome!

The next underage disco will take place on Friday 10th April in the Imperial hotel. There will be spot prizes on the night also!

West Cork Championship Draws 2015

Clonakilty Junior A Hurlers have been drawn against Kilbrittain the first round of the championship, with the losers to play the losers of O'Mathunas and Plunketts. The Junior C hurlers have been drawn against Ballinascarthy in the semi-final of that championship. The under 21 hurlers will open the defence of their title against Dohenys. In football, the Junior A side will meet Caheragh, with the losers of that tie meeting the losers of Ilen Rovers and O'Mathunas. The Junior C footballers will met St. James, with the winners going on to meet the winners of the Bantry v Caheragh clash. The under 21 footballers open the defence of their title with a local derby against Carbery Rangers. The winners go on to meet the winners of the Bantry v Newcestown tie


Clonakilty Senior Ladies retained their 6th West Cork title with a comfortable win over near neighbours Rosscarbery in the final played at Ahamilla on Sunday 16/11/2014. Rosscarbery started the better and led 1-03 to 0-01 after 15 minutes with Clon struggling to break down a stubborn Ross defence. However goals from Juanita Brennan and Rosemarie Dullea left Clon leading at half time 2-03 to 1-04. The second half saw Clon take control in most sectors with the defence magnificent, none more so than the tigerish Rebecca McAree at corner back. With the defence on top Clon’s link up play was excellent with the middle diamond of Sinead O’Neill, Louise Collins, Claire and Aine O’Leary creating opportunities for the forward line who were not found wanting. Two goals from Ciara Ryan and another from the outstanding Rosemarie Dullea along with points from Ailbhe Dowling and Anna O’Hea left Clon comfortable winners on a final score of 5-11 to 2-05. Afterwards Clon captain Carol-Anne O’Donovan accepted the West Cork trophy to the delight of the home following. All the club officers, committee members, players and mentors would like to take this opportunity to wish Carol-Anne every good luck for her upcoming wedding. She is a great club person, a fantastic leader on the pitch and everyone wishes herself and Bernard a great day on December 5th and a wonderful life together. Panel: Martina O’Brien, Susie Forristal, Carol-Anne O’Donovan (Capt), Rebecca McAree, Niamh Deasy, Sinead O’Neill, Jenny Quinn, Claire O’Leary (0-01), Aine O’Leary, Beulah McManus (0-01), Louise Collins, Juanita Brennan (1-02) 0-2 frees, Rosemarie Dullea (2-00), Maura O’Brien (0-02) 0-01 free, Ciara Ryan (2-01), Ailbhe Dowling (0-02) 0-01 free, Anna O’Hea (0-02), Sue Downey, Caroline Dullea, Aoife Barry, Lydia Kenny, Grace McManus, Rebecca O’Sullivan, Orla Deasy Dunne, Leanne Calnan, Hollie O’Sullivan. 


As passed at recent club meeting, and in accordance with GAA Regulations, all persons involved in team management must be

1/ Garda Vetted

2/ Have completed Basic Coaching Course

3/ Signed Club Code of Conduct.

This applies to all persons who wish to act as coaches at Club GAA Camps. The application forms, including Garda Vetting Application Forms are available at reception in Ahamilla. They should be returned to the Lottto Box there for attention of Sinead Crowley. Strict confidentiality assured.Details of upcoming coaching courses will posted on this website shortly


Pride of place goes to the Clonakilty U-13 girls footballers who won the West Cork U13b final in great style defeating a valiant St Colums team by 5-4 to 3-5. Both teams had met in an earlier round of the competition finishing in a draw on that occasion. Clonakilty knew they were in for a challenge and the game turned out exactly that.  While there were many brilliant individual displays from Clonakilty players, this victory was based on a solid team performance encompassing all that is good in Ladies Gaelic football – skill, commitment and confidence in the players own ability. A huge effort was made by the girls in the lead up to this final and it was evident from this display that the girls embraced the style of play the mentors had wished them to play.  From the very start, the game ebbed and flowed being played at a ferocious pace by both sides. Clonakilty went in at half time 2 points down. The girls decided that they were not going to go home empty handed and from the restart set down a marker to St Colums and turned the 2 point deficit to a lead that they would not relinquish. The Clonakilty backs put their bodies on the line and some vital saves by goalie Eve Murphy kept a brave St Colums team to just 2 scores in the second half.  When the final whistle blew the Clonakilty girls celebrated but showed respect to the St Colums players who were likewise gracious in defeat. On return to Clonakilty, the girls paraded the cup through the town. These girls are the future of the Clonakilty Ladies Football Club and it was only right and proper that the girls were treated to food and refreshments for their efforts on the day and throughout the year. This was greatly appreciated by the girls who are now on a well deserved break, having brought the first piece of silverware to the Clonakilty Ladies Club this year.  Team: Eve Murphy, Aoife Moloney, Ellen Lawlor, Eimear Walsh, Ciara Deasy, Tess Kelly, Laura O’Donovan, Abby Wycherley, Meabh O’Donovan, Chloe Allman, Kiya O’Mahony, Ailbhe Dunlea, Sinead O’Grady, Kelsey O’Mahony, Leah McAree (Capt).  Sophie Sheehan, Grace Lawlor, Aine Downey,Aeisha Hurley.  Team Mentors: John O’Grady, John Minihan, Mary Collins, Margo Harte, Finbar O’Mahony, Claire Hurley


The eagerly awaited launch of Tom Lyons' book "The Quest for the Little Norah" went ahead in the West Cork Hotel, Skibbereen on Friday, January 23rd and was a great success, with a very large crowd present.


The Club will hold a Halloween Disco on Friday the 24th October at 8.00pm in the Imperial Hotel.  Admission to the Disco is €5.00, age is restricted from 8 to 14 year olds and it will be fully supervised.  A shop will be open on the night selling sweets, crisps, soft drinks etc. Fancy Dress optional.