Gaelic Football 2016

The St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games U-10 Mixed Gaelic Football Competitions were held on Sun 17th April in Cooraclare. In the quarter finals Cooraclare/Cree defeated Shannon while Kilmurry Ibrickane beat Doora/Barefield White, Doora/Barefield Maroon had a bye to semi final where they defeated Kilmihil. Cooraclare/Cree defeated Kilmurry Ibrickane in the 2nd semi final. The final was a very exciting game between Cooraclare/Cree and Doora/Barefield Maroon in which Cooraclare/Cree were victorious and now go forward to represent Clare in the Munster Finals.

See photos by Mary Loughnane on Facebook.


  1. Cooraclare/Cree – Fionn Burke, Aidan Considine, Simon Culligan, Gabriel Fennell, Jack Kelly, Kevin Marrinan, Killian McNamara, Sean Morrissey, Enda Mullins, Eoin O’Connell, Shane O’Connell, Sean O’Dea, Harry O’Gorman, Aaron Townsend, Darragh Townsend, Caimin Woods.
  2. Doora/Barefield Maroon – Daragh Ball, Diarmuid Boyle, Kailum Cahir, Conor Daly, Patrick Duggan, Caoimhin Enright, Odhran Flynn, Owen Hadden, Charlie Lenihan, Iarlaith Mc Elroy, Shane Mescall, Darragh Monaghan, Conor Nash, Oisin O’Donoghue, Eabha O’Driscoll.
  3. Kilmurry Ibrickane – Conor Burke, Matthew Corry, Gavin Coughlan, Rian Cummins, Cillian Darcy, Ruben Fallon, Jimmy Keane, Andrew Kinsella, Gavin Moloney, Aaron O’Connor, Tom O’Connor, Fionn O’Donoghue, Colin O’Neill, Aidan Punch, Jack Talty, Ryan Whelan.
  4. Kilmihil – David Collins, Gavin McMahon, Aine McNamara, Noel Lillis, Noel O’Gorman, Darragh Connors, Daniel Finucane.
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