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Results from Munster Regional Athletics, O'Sullivan Park, Lees Road, Ennis, Sat 23rd July.

Results from National Community Games Athletics Track and Field Finals, Carlow, Sat 13th August.

The National Community Games Arts and Cultural provisional Events Timetable, which is taking place on the 27th and 28th August at VISUAL Carlow, is now published online:

Community Games Calendar of Events for 2022.

The next County Meeting takes place on Tuesday 6th Sept @ 8:30pm. This meeting will be in Treacy's West County Hotel and there will also be a Google Meet link circulated to areas in advance.

Basketball 2018

11 Mixed Basketball

The u11 mixed basketball competition took place last Sunday January 21st in Gurteen. There were 5 teams in the competition. Kilrush had a decisive win over Quin/Clooney in the Preliminary game 14:0, Doorabarefield beat Cooraclare/Cree B 14:5 in the first semifinal in a very exciting game and Cooraclare/Cree A beat Kilrush 10 :7 in avery close thrilling game. There was another nail biting game for the 3rd & 4th place playoffs with Kilrush against Cooraclare/Cree B and kilrush winning 5:4. The final was also a very exciting game going tit for tat over the first three quarters but then Cooraclare /Cree A pulled a away with a decisive victory over Doorabarefield 22:14.


  1. Cooraclare Cree, Navy blue team: Fionn Burke, Simon Culligan, Martins Zitare, Darragh Townsend, Killian McNamara, Aoife Lillis, Kiera culligan, Marian Lynch, Ailish O'Brien & Alyce Carey.
  2. Doora/Barefield, Maroon team: Cian Breslin, Colin Frawley, Harris Ihsen, Roxanne Liddane, Orla Mulligan, Amy Reynolds, Liam Cian, Ciaran Doyle & Fatima Jazz.
  3. Kilrush, Green team: James Blunnie, Darragh Blunnie, Archie Moroney, Hazel O'Shea, Grace McInerney, Isabelle Blake, Amy Howard, Sarah Drummy, Steven McInerney & Alex Reidy.
  4. Cooraclare Cree - blue team: Oisin Burke, Michael fennell, Mary Finn, Isabel Horgan, Kate Kellin, Phillip Kelly, Conor Looney, Michelle McNamara, Scott Meany & Molly Morrissey.

U16 Boys Basketball

The boys U16 basketball took place in Gurteen on Sunday 7th January. There were three teams participating in the competition: Doora/barefield, Cooraclare/Cree & Clarecastle/Ballyea.

The competition was run off in Round Robin format with all teams playing each other. Doora/barefield proved too strong for both of their opponents having two very impressive wins and going on to take gold medals and they will now represent Clare in the Munster Finals at the end of April. Cooraclare won their game against Clarecastle/ Ballyea taking silver medals thus Clarecastle / Ballyea taking home bronze medals.

U16 Girls Basketball

The St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games Girls U16 Basketball competition took place in the beautiful venue in Gurteen on Sunday14th January. In the semi finals Cooraclare/Cree beat Doora/Barefield and Kilrush beat Quin Clooney. Neighbours Doora/Barefield and Quin/Clooney battled it out for the Bronze medals. Doora/Barefield were the winners with Quin/Clooney taking 4th place medals. The final was a brilliant matcvh between Kilrush & Cooraclare/Cree. They were evenly matched teams but Cooraclare/Cree proved the stronger in the end. They now go on to represent Clare in the Munster finals in U.L. in April. The competition was coordinated by Jacinta McEvoy with referees Tom Frain, Eoghan Mooney & Elaine

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Official Sponsor

Please support our sponsors, your local credit union: St Francis Credit Union. Head Office: Friars Walk, Ennis, Co. Clare. Tel: 065-6828305, with branches in Shannon, Lissycasey, Clarecastle, Newmarket on Fergus, Sixmilebridge, Tulla, Kildysart and Kilmihil.

Opening Hours (Ennis): Mon: 10-1, Tue: 1:30-5, Thu: 10-5, Fri: 1-6:30, Sat: 9:30-1:45

Clare Community Games is affiliated with Aldi Community Games.

About us

Community Games is an independent voluntary organisation which operates through the local community to provide an opportunity for young people (6 to 16 years) to experience a wide range of sporting and cultural activities before concentrating and specialising in those most suitable and attractive to them. To get involved, contact your local area representative or contact the County Secretary to find out more.

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