Gaelic Football 2013
The Munstergroup Clare Community Games Gaelic Football Competition for Girls U-12 were held on Fri 31st May in Lissycasey in glorious sunshine. It was co-ordinated by County vice chairman Kieran Harvey. The standard of competition was very high with Doora/Barefield coming out on top. The gold medal winners now go forward to represent Clare in the Munster finals in Tralee on 29th June.
The U10 Boys Gaelic Football competition took place on Fri 19th April in St. Flannan's, co-ordinated by Joe Lynch (Ennis) with referees Stephen Coughlan, Wayne King and Sean Keane. Shannon won gold and will represent Clare in the July Munsters.
U12 Girls Gaelic Football Results
- Gold: Doora/Barefield – Anna Nagle, Muirne Ni Chonall, Gail Norton, Meadhbh O'Connor, Muireann Collins, Muireann Byrne, Aoibhionn O'Loughlin, Katie McDermott, Mairead Mesccall, Treasa McAuliffe, Sophie Roughan, Suin McNamara, Emily Herbert, Saidhnh O'Brien, Shauna Murphy, Eimear |O'Loughlin, Sinead Clancy, Chaoilfhionn Ni Chonail, Amelia O'Toole, Roisin Dixon.
- Silver: Clarecastle/Ballyea – Aoibhinn Donnelly, Rachel Hartigan, Neasa Collins, Laura Mullen, Orla Commons, Ciara O’Dell, Emma O’Donoghue, Derbhla McMahon, Kelsey Farmer, Aoife McDonnell, Cliodhna Spriggs, Aoibhinn O’Donoghue, Sarah McNamara, Annie McEldowney, Abbie Moloney, Lily Price, Emma O’Brien, Moya Sheehan, Laura Carmody, Hazel Collins.
- Bronze: Ballynacally/Lissycasey – Ava Cotter, Lisa Hill, Mary Culligan, Grainne Ryan, Ellen Griffin, Savina Browne, Aine Garry, Holly Garry, Siobhan Kelly, Michelle Carrig, Megan Keane, Bethan Eustace, Roisin Ni Cheallaigh, Emma Keating, Leanne Conway, Clodagh Herlihy, Molly McCarthy.
- Certs: Kilmihil – Rachel Normoyle, Megan Hehir, Abigail Anglim. Clodagh Quinlivan, Megan Rigney-Downes, Jade Flaherty, Emily Anglim, Alana Browne, Zoey Ryan, Aoife McNamara, Katie Mullen, Rachel Keating, Allyson Egan, Niamh Ryan, Rachel Pender, Emer Finucane, Aoife Crowley, Jennifer Collins, Edel McNamara, Aoibhinn Copeland.
U10 Gaelic Football Results
- Gold: Shannon: Colin Riordan, Barry Justice, Craig Riordan, Ella Pyke, Adam O'Connor, Gavin Carrig, Sam Meaney, Daithi Lohan, Darragh O Neill, Brian Murphy, Jack Ryan, Aoibheann Casey, Naoise Fennell, Jamie Halpin, Erica Mc Inerney, Tomi Adeniyi, Cian Maxwell, Liam Divilley Conor Price, Conor O Callaghan.
- Silver: Kilmurry McMahon
- Bronze: Ennis St John's
- Certs: Doora/Barefield