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Munster Team Events 2022

St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games had twelve teams participating in the Munster competitions for team events on Saturday 10th September in U.L. They were competing in Camogie, Gaelic Football, Hurling, Rounders, Skittles, Soccer and Tag Rugby.  Great success was had with U12 Boys Ennis St John's Soccer Team, Ballynacally/Lissycasey U14 Girls Gaelic Football Team and the U15 Boys & U13 Girls Rounders Teams from Sixmilebridge/Kilmurry all returning home as Munster Champions.

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Munster Athletics Track Finals 2022

St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games were well represented at the Munster Regional Athletic Finals which were held in O’Sullivan Park, Lees Road on Saturday last 23rd July. The finals were run off very efficiently with several Clare volunteers officiating. It was attended by the President of Aldi Community Games Mr Gerry Mc Guinness and other r Community Games personnel from National and County. The President of Clare Community Games Mrs Cecilia O’Sullivan was also in attendance. The Munster Chairman Mr Anthony Fitzsimons who was mc and commentator for the finals paid a glowing tribute to Mr John O’Sullivan RIP who was a President of Clare Community Games for Many years and was one of its founding members, for his hard work and dedication over many years to persuade politicians of every party to secure the fabulous amenity which is John O’Sullivan Park which is now a fabulous venue for all sporting events. The Mayor of Ennis Mrs Claire Colleran Molloy also dropped in to greet everyone and present medals to the children. The standard of competition was extremely high with some very close finishes. I have no doubt but some of them will end up representing Ireland in international events. The first four in each event will now go on to represent Munster in the National Finals in Carlow on 13th August. Thirty athletes from Clare qualified for the National Finals.

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Munster Chess and Draught Finals 2022


The St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games were represented by three teams in the Munster Chess Finals on Saturday 2nd July in Ballybrown Community Centre, Clarina. It was coordinated by Micheal O’Brien, Munster Treasurer. All three Clare teams were up against teams from Clontead-Kinsale, Cork. A young U11 Newmarket-on-Fergus team won gold medals and the honour to represent Clare and Munster in the National Finals in Carlow in August.   In the U13 final the Doora/Barefield team put up a very good fight but were beaten into silver position by Clontead-Kinsale. In the U16 finals Ennis St John’s team took on Clontead-Kinsale, Cork. The Ennis side showed their vast knowledge and experience to overcome the opposition and win the gold medals and will now go on to represent Clare and Munster in the National Finals in August.

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Munster Athletics Track Finals 2021

The Munster Community Games Athletics (track) Finals took place in Cork on 18th September.  Well done to all those who participated from Clare. Some great results were achieved with a total of 9 golds, 6 silver, 9 bronze and 3 pewter (4th place) medals.

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Munster Finals March 2013

March Munster Community Games Finals took place in Tralee on Saturday 30th March. Clare were well represented in the Munster finals at Tralee on Saturday. Seven teams and three individuals qualified to represent the county at the national finals in May.  Download original Munster Draw.

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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 Community Games.
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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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