Clonakilty under 14 footballers enjoyed great success in the County Feile football competition in Ahamilla on Saturday 23rd April. They defeated Bantry, Ballyvourney and Ballinascarthy to win their group and then defeated St. Colums in a play-off to qualify for the semi-final of the competition which is likely to go ahead on 30th April
Clonakilty under 16 footballers were defeated by Castlehaven on a score of 2-15 to 4-02 in the opening league game in Castlehaven on 6th April
Clonakilty under 14 footballers defeated Sam Maguires on a score of 5-06 to 0-07 in the opening league game of the year in Ahamilla
Clonakilty were defeated by a very strong Mitchelstown side in the county premier 2 football championship on Thursday, March 31st in The Mardyke. Final score was 4-12 to 0-06, with a late scoring burst flattering the North Cork side.
Clonakilty were defeated by Kilmurray on a score of 2-11 to 2-07 in a thrilling county under 16 A football league final in Ahamilla on Monday November 30th
Clonakilty under 16 footballers defeated Duarigle Gaels (Milstreet/Cullen)on a score of 2-08 to 1-10 in Ahamilla on Sunday November 1st in the county league semi-final.
Clonakilty took on Bantry in the county premier 2 minor football championship final on Monday, October 5th in Castlehaven. Unfortunately, the game was played in very poor weather conditions, with a cross-field wind and constant rain making life difficult for players and spectators alike. A close contest was anticipated, with the preview in the day's “Evening Echo” predicting a draw as a likely result. Despite the poor weather there was a fine crowd present as the teams took the field. Clon played into the goal at the main entrance in the first half. Bantry opened brightly and had two points on the board within as many minutes. They also missed a goal opportunity before Clon got on the scorebaord. When their first score came it was a cracking goal by David Lowney after a tremendous solo run from the middle of the field before shooting low to the right hand side of the goal from around thirteen metres out, giving the despairing Bantry 'keeper no chance. Four minutes later the same player added a great point from play. Within a minute a rampant Clon had added another point from play by Sean Mc Evoy. In the twelfth minute Ross Mannix, who was outstanding all through, scored a point from play. Lowney added a similar score and then struck for a brilliant goal, placing the ball low beneath the 'keeper after taking a great pass from Mannix. The game was effectively over as a contest at this stage as Clon were in complete control. Bantry finally added to their tally with two points in quick successiuon in the 25th and 26th minutes but Clon finished the half strongly with points from Mc Evoy and Lowney. Bantry did add a point from a free just before the break and at the short whistle it was 2-07 to 0-05 to Clon and their large band of supporters were on good terms with themselves.
The second half started with a fine point from play by McEvoy and Bantry responded with a point from a free in the 2nd minute. Ross Mannix then pointed from a free and Bantry repied with a point from play. With Bantry failing to breach the teak tough Clo defence it was 2-09 to 0-07 after forty minutes and Bantry desperately needed a goal to haul themselves back into the contest. Try as they might, they failed to make the breakthrough and three further points from Sean O'Donoghue, Mannix and Lowney had Clon in complete control. The icing on the cake for Clon's supporters came with seven minutes remaining. Strong play by the impressive Mark White saw him race thriough the Bantry defence before delivering to O'Donogue, whose first effort was blocked but who gleefuly stroked home the rebound from close range. Sub. Chris Collins pointed from play and the scoring was completed with a late pointed free from Bantry. The final score was 3-13 to 0-08. Though the result was a foregone conclusion long before the end there were great scenes of joy when the capable and impartial referee blew the final whistle. Clon supporters raced onto the field to acclaim their heroes and the cup was presented to Clon's outstanding captain, Tiarnan O Connell by Jim Forbes, Chariman of Coiste na nOg Central. For Clon, this was a second win in this championship in the space of two years, following on the thrilling win over Inniscarra in the 2013 final. While man-of-the-match David Lowney was rightly praised for his outstanding performance, this was very much a team effort. In fact it was one of the finest all round performances given by a Clon team in many a day. Ryan Doonan was outstanding in goak, as he had been all year. The full back line of Conor Scally, Zack Harrington and Paul Daly were soundness personified, with Harrington especially impresive by keeping Bantry's much vaunted captain, Arthur Coakley, in check all through. The half back line of Liam O Connor, Tiarnan O'Connell and Liam O'Donovan were outstanding over the entire hour. O'Connell kept Bantry's top player, Tim Foley, under control and this was hugely significant. At mid-field Clon were totally dominant. David Lowney gained possession at will and regularly ran through the heart of the Bantry defence while Mark White had his best game of the year, using his height and strength to great effect. Joe Hughes, Darragh O Mahony and Thomas Hayes all did well and covered back to great effect when the Clon midfielders went forward. Ross Mannix, Sean Mc Evoy and Sean O'Donoghue totally dominated their immediate opponents and tormented the Bantry defence all night. Clon were fortunate to have real strength in depth and were able to call on Chris Collins, Alex Moore, Declan O'Sullivan, Barry Downey and David Walsh to come in and play important roles. Others on the panel were;Ryan Miller, Cathal O'Regan, Ferdia Mc Carthy, Oisin Walsh, Maurice Shanley, Olan O'O'Donovan and Shane Collins, all of whom played a part in the campaign. The team manager was Brendan Walsh who deserves immense credit for his training and handling of this group of players. His fellow selectors also deserve praise. They were, Des Mc Auley, Noel O'Callaghan, Larry O'Sullivan, Pa Minihan and Ger Mc Carthy. Team sponsors were Clonakilty Blackpudding Company.
Clonakilty defeated Bantry in the county premier 2 football final on October 5th in Castlehaven. Final score after a superb display was 3-13 to 0-08
Clonakilty were defeated by Kilbree in Enniskeane on Tuesday, September 8th on a score of 5-13 to 2-08 in the replay of the West Cork "C" final
Clonakilty drew with Kilbree in Ahiohill on Thursday, September 3rd in a thrilling West Cork C final. Final score; Clon 2-05, Kilbree 0-11
Clonakilty defeated Castlehaven in a thrilling county premier 2 football championship semi-final in Dunmanway on Thursday Sept. 10th on a score of 1-13 to 1-11
Clonakilty were defeated by Ilen Rovers in Castlehaven on Wednesday, August 26thon a score of 0-13 to 1-07 in the first round of the championship
Clonakilty defeated Fastnet Gaels in Skibbereen in the West Cork u 14 hurling championship on Monday, August 24th on a score of 4-10 to 1-03
Clonakilty defeated Ilen Rovers in Castlehaven on Thursday 19th August on a score of 1-18 to 1-07in the county premier 2 football championship. They now meet Castlehaven in the semi-final
Clonakilty minor footballers defeated Glenville in Belgooly on Wednesday, August 5th in the county premier 2 football championship on a score of 3-11 to 1-6. They now play Ilen Rovers in the q/final
Clonakilty minor hurlers were defeated by Bishopstown on a score of 3-12 to 2-10 in Brinny in the county premier 2 championship.
Clonakilty under 16 hurlers were defeated by Western Gaels (Kilmichael/Iveleary) in Dunmanway on 12th July in the West Region semi-final. Final score at the end of a thrilling games was 4-07 to 3-07
Clonakilty under 14 footballers lost a thrilling first round championship game to Sam Maguires in Rossmore on a score of 4-08 to 4-04
Clonakilty minor hurlers were defeated by Cloughduv on a score of 2-19 to 0-17 in the first round of the premier 2 championship in Bandon
Clonakilty had a hard earned and narrow win over Glanmire on a score of 2-15 to 4-06 in the first round game in Brinny on Wednesday, April 1st.
Clonakilty's second under 16 football team defeated St. Colm's on a score of 3-10 to 1-11 in an exciting league game in Kealkil
Clonakilty under 14 football defeated Sam Maguires in a thrilling league game in Ahamilla on a score of 7-07 to 4-08
Clonakilty Minor footballers were defeated by Valley Rovers in Brinny on Sunday, March 15th on a score of 3-07 to 0-11 in the league
Clonakilty under 16 footballers second team were defeated by Adrigole on Sunday in Ahamilla in their opening league game. A spirited second half rally, after a very slow start, saw them losing out in an entertaining game on a score of 7-10 to 4-06