New Year – New 2019 Training Schedule for the Kids!
Indoor training every Tuesday night in St. Peter’s College Sports Complex as follows:
- U7’s Academy: 6pm to 7pm
- U9’s: 6pm to 7pm
- U11’s: 6pm to 7pm
- Camogie U8’s: 6pm to 7pm
- Camogie U10’s: 6pm to 7pm
- Camogie U12’s: 6pm to 7pm
NEW MEMBERS ALWAYS WELCOME!
If interested in bringing your kids along for training please contact Mary to confirm training times as may vary from time to time (especially during school holidays) – 087 9967925.
Please note indoor training normally runs for the months of January, February and March with a view to moving to outdoor training in our Coolcotts pitch sometime in April, date to be confirmed closer to the time.
For training times contact Secretary.firstname.lastname@example.org as they vary throughout the season.
The adult football team reached the final of the County championship in 1996 with the efforts of Olly Gogarty as coach making a significant contribution. Unfortunately, the loss in the County final was followed by a loss in the Division 2 league final. In 1999 the Junior Football team won the Wexford District championship. The year 2001 was beyond doubt a significant year in the history of the club with the football team winning their first Junior A championship by defeating Sarsfields. The victors were managed by Mick McMahon, a Monaghan native, who was assisted by selectors Matty Bierney and Sean Gregg as well as trainer John Hegarty. The team was deservedly captained by Olly Gogarty who previously represented Meath. Victory on the day can in no small part be credited to ten points scored by Ross Dunphy as well as goals by Tommy Hynes and Shane Keogh. The club can also look at 2010 as a year of great success. The Junior football team under the guidance of Liam Bent, Colin Bent, Franny Byrne and Paul Fox achieved promotion to the Intermediate ranks. The county final victory was achieved via a defeat of Davidstown Courtnacuddy on a score line of 1-7 to 0-7 with Shane McCormack providing the all-important goal. Furthermore, this same panel of players captained by Conor Doyle achieved league success with promotion to Premier C. With relegation from the intermediate ranks to the Junior grade in 2014 and relegation to the Junior A grade in 2015 the adult footballers are aiming to restore some credibility at the grade this coming season under the guidance of Willie Carley.
Clonard Gaels or Clonard Hurling team is managed this year by Bob Byrne. For training times contact Secretary.email@example.com as they vary throughout the season.
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.