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Clann Notes - 19/9/22

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Tony Rock RIP It is with deep regret and sadness that Clann na Gael advise of the sad passing of Tony Rock. Tony (Cornafulla) who passed away in Croydon, UK, was right half back on the 1970 County Championship winning Clann na nGael team. Tony, a pupil of Cornafulla NS, and St Aloysius college, studied Civil engineering...

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Clann Notes - 14/9/22

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U.14 Girls This was an enthralling game with end-to-end football and there's no doubt that the result could have gone either way!   Padraig Pearses had the better first half and were 6 points up at half time on a score line 3-06 (15) to 6-03 (21) both teams scoring 9 times each. Much to the delight of the large Clann...

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Clann Notes - 5/9/22

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Junior Ladies Championship  Clann’s Supermacs sponsored Junior team faced their toughest test so far in their short Adult Career when they faced the experienced St. Croan’s in Johnstown on Friday night last. Having overcome St. Croan’s second team earlier in the league, tonight’s fixture was against their superior first...

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Clann Notes - 22/8/22

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Men's Senior Championship Our Matrix Bathrooms sponsored Senior Men travelled to Frenchpark for an important second round Championship fixture against Western Gaels. Visits to Frenchpark are traditionally tough encounters and this meeting proved no different.  The home side started the game stronger and had an early...

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Clann Notes - 15/8/22

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Senior Ladies Championship Supermac's Athlone sponsored Clann Ladies travelled to north of Roscommon town to play Kilbride. The 5-time county champions are always a tough team to break down and with a nest of players kept inside their own half, a swift counter attack is always difficult to contain, teams need to be...

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Clann Notes - 08/08/22

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Senior Men’s Championship  Our Matrix Bathroom’s sponsored Senior Men faced a tricky opening fixture in Section B of the Championship. Roscommon and Connacht Intermediate Champions St. Faithleach’s travelled to Johnstown on Friday evening last in perfect conditions for what was an even game throughout.  Clann fielded...

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