Clonard – Cluain Ioraird

Clonard – Cluain Ioraird
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Secretary: Kenneth Darby

Phone: 086-8490974
Email: secretary.clonard.meath@gaa.ie Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/clonard.gfc

Ground Locations

Clonard GFC is located on the old N4 between Enfield and Kinnegad. From Trim take the Kinnegad road, go straight through the staggered cross at Boardsmill, turn left after the Hill of Down, turn right at next T-junction and then turn right onto the N4, pitch is in the village on the left hand side after Paddy’s bar.

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Clonard GFC was set up in 1895 and has been at the current pitch since 1933. The club first team

plays at Junior A level after winning the Junior B championship in 2011. The club also won the Junior

B in 1971. Our second team plays at Junior D level.

The underage section was set up in 2001 by Joe and Mary Gannon, and the club has won titles at all

levels from Under 12 to Minor since then.

In 2014 a nursery was set up for younger children, and the club fields teams at all levels underage,

amalgamated with Boardsmill and Longwood in various competitions.

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