Our men’s team play in the Wexford District Junior Hurling League and Championship.
Clonard GAA club debuted an adult hurling team in 1988 with a victory over a Glynn-Barntown team in the Junior B grade in their first game. In 1993 the adult hurling team won the Wexford District championship at Junior B grade thus qualifying the club for the County final. However the club had to wait until 1994 for success with the team winning the championship after a successive District title was won. Brendan Benson, the manager was supported by trainer Nicky Broaders and co-selectors Brendan Murphy and Michael McMahon of Kennedy Park. This first ever adult championship for the club was according to The People newspaper earned by a “clearcut victory over Geraldine O’Hanrahans”. In 2000 the Junior A hurlers reached the league final and gained promotion. Still in the Junior ranks the club aims to represent the parish with pride in the coming season.
The team is managed by Barry Hennessey, Barry O’Connor and Martin Gordon. New players are always welcome to join in.
The team generally trains on a Monday and Friday nights at our Coolcotts Grounds.
Contact: Barry Hennessey for further details at 087 7792489