Informal Dinner Dance - Presentation of the U21 Medals and social night on Friday 23rd of February at 8 pm in Cillin Hill. Tickets are €20 and available from any committee member or Caroline on 087 2330026.
Congratulations to Caroline Clifford on being elected to the Management Committee of the County Board. Caroline is the first lady to rise to this level - Well Done Caroline.
Clara also have appointed Caroline as Treasurer of the Club - giving the club Ladies in the position of Chair, Secretary and Treasurer as well as Registrar and Clubs Officer. David Shortall will take on the position of Healthy Officer.
Congratulations to our U21 team who defeated Galmoy/Windgap in the County Final on Saturday 23rd of December in Nowlan Park on scoreline of 1-15 to 0-14.
U21 North Champions.
Congratulations to our U21 team who overcame St. Martins on Sunday 17th December in Freshford.
Congratulation to the club in achieving a Bronze Joe McDonagh Medal. Gerry Kavahagh and Áine Prendergast collected the award on 16th of December in Croke Park.
Best of luck to our U21 team and management who take on St. Martins on Sunday in Freshford.
Ladies Gaelic Football
Commiserations to our girls who were beaten in the U16 Final by a strong Thomastown team. They have finished the season with a huge effort in training over the last number of weeks and a great win over Kilkenny City in the semi-final. Lots more to come from this talented bunch!
GAA Healthy Club Awards
Clara GAA amongst the first official GAA Healthy Clubs to receive national recognition.
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Great year for Clara Camogie.
Congratulations to the Minor Camogie team who defeated Lisdowney on Sunday 15th of October to qualify for the County Final vs Carrickshock/Mullinavat. Hard Luck to the Minor team who lost by 2 points after a great battle with Carrickshock/Mullinavat. Well done to the girls and management.
Congratulations to the U16 team and Management on successfully winning the u16 final after extra time in Bennettsbridge on Saturday evening, defeating Ballyhale Shamrocks after extra time. It was a nail biting battle and all who attended were entertained throughout the match.
Commiserations to the Intermediate Camogie Team who were narrowly defeated by St.Brigid's in the County Final. The girls battled hard and were unlucky to miss out. Well done to the team and management.