Clonakilty under 14 footballers were defeated by a strong Rosscarbery side in the first round of the county premier 2 championship in Rossmore on Sunday, September 22nd. Final score was 4-10 to 3-02
Clonakilty under 16 hurlers easily defeated Ballinora in the county under 16 A semi-final on Saturday September 14th on a score of 4-15 to 1-10
Clonakilty under 16 hurlers take on Ballinora in Newcestown on Saturday, September 14th at 4pm in the county A semi-final.
Clonakilty easily defeated Kilbree in the West Region Under 16 A HGurling final in Newcestown on Sunday, August 18th. Final score was 8-16 to 1-03
Clonakilty under 16 hurlers take on Ibane Gaels in Ahiohill on Wednesday, August 14 th at 7.30 in the West Region championship
Clonakilty under 16 footballers advanced to the county premier 2 quarter-final as a result of a hard fought win over Kanturk on Saturday, July 27th in Macroom. Final score was 3-16 to 2-05
Clonakilty under 16 footballers easily defeated Whitechurch in the opening round of the 2013 county premier 2 championship at Coachford on Monday July 8th
Clonakilty under 14 hurlers played a thrilling draw with St. Patricks, 2-09 to 3-06 on Saturday, June 29th. Replay is fixed for Wednesday, July 2nd. Time and venue TBC
Clonakilty under 14 hurlers defeated Newcestown by 4-06-to 2-03 in the championship game in Enniskeane on Sunday, June 16th.
On Saturday, May 11th a very successful under 16 Invitation Football tournament, generously sponsored by Walsh's Supermarket, Pearse Street, Clonakilty was run off in Ahamilla as part of the celebration of the club's 125th year in existence. Eight teams took part and they were divided into two groups of four teams each, giving a minmum of three games to each team. It was 17 minutes a half and the format proved very successful. Clon created a major shock in the very first game by defeating hot favourites, Douglas, always a force at this level. In their next game they beat Nemo Rangers and then played a titanic battle with Bantry, eventually staging a great comeback to win by a single point. In the meantime, Carrigaline and St. Finbarrs emerged from the other half, with Glanmite and Ahan Gaels being eliminated. The semi-final saw Clon lose out by the minmun marging to Carrigaline while Douglas got the better of St. Finbarrs. Douglas then defeated Carrigaline in the final. Overall, it was a trmendous day's football and great praise goes to James O Donovan and all of the volunteers who helped him in running off the competition so well. Thanks also to Walsh's Supermarket for the generous sponsorship.
Training for under 8 football on Thursdays at 6pm and training for under 8 hurling on Saturdays at 11-30 am. Parents strongly urged to attend to help and support.
Clonakilty under 16 footballers easily defeated Eire Og in the latest county premier 2 football league game on Monday, March 25th in Ovens