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Welcome to the official Lotto website of Clonmore GFC in Co. Carlow.  The Clonmore GFC Fundraising Lotto draws which run on a weekly basis play a huge part in the fund raising efforts of our GAA Club.
We encourage all of our ex members and community to play the Clonmore GFC fundraising lotto.  We also hope that we can all work together to promote this lotto and help get back in touch with people from Hacketstown & Clonmore, Carlow who may now be living all over the world.

To play, any four numbers are selected from 1 to 30. If anybody matches the four numbers selected on the night he/she wins or shares the Jackpot. Tickets cost €2 each.

PHOTO: It was with great sadness that Clonmore GFC heard of the death of our former player, mentor and Chairman, Michael Byrne, on Wednesday, 8 September. “Big Mick" as he was affectionately known was a much loved & respected stalwart of the club. In a long career, he was an outstanding player for club & county, he served as an astute mentor & selector with numerous teams and was a very effective Chairman. He will be badly missed by his many friends in the club.

Clonmore GFC sends our sincere condolences to Mick's family and friends at this sad time. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

Photo: Mick receiving the 2007 Hall of fame Award from Chairman, Tom Doyle.

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Your continued support is much appreciated and we wish you good luck in future draws.

The club's grounds are located at Woodside, about a mile outside Hacketstown on the Clonmore road. Visitors coming from the Carlow / Tullow /Rathvilly direction should follow the main road to Hacketstown and turn right as they enter Hacketstown opposite "The Hill" pub.

Contact us at:

Chairman: James Doyle, 087-6674028

Secretary: Clive Lambe, 086-8352884

PROs: Ger Doyle, 087-6182062 & Des Byrne, 086-3334440

Best of Luck,

James Doyle & Committee,
Clonmore GFC,

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November 20 2021
Under 20 'A' Championship: Bagenalstown Gaels 0-13 Clonmore 2-7
This was an intense contest between two very talented teams with the lead changing hands on a number of occasions. In a game which saw some excellent play and outstanding scores from both sides, it would have been unfair for either team to lose and a draw was a fair result.

The U20''s next game is at home to St Patricks on Saturday evening at 6pm.

Under 20 'A' Championship: Bagenalstown Gaels 0-13 Clonmore 2-7
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November 14 2021
Junior 'C' Championship FINAL: St Mullins 1-14 Clonmore 0-6
Hard luck to our Junior team and Mentors who lost to St Mullins by 1-14 to 0-6 in the County Final on Sunday.

The lads tried their very best but came up against a formidable St Mullins team who had superior levels of fitness from their Senior Hurling Championship campaign.


November 7 2021
Death of former player PJ Conway RIP
The club was deeply saddened to learn of the sudden death of former player, PJ Conway, in Ashbourne, Co Meath, last week. Originally from Barnhill, PJ was a stylish forward on our teams of the 1960s & 70s and played on the last Clonmore team to reach a County Senior Football Final in 1965.
To sister Nancy, brother Kevin, children Deborah, Pamela and Stephen and brothers-in-law Tom Boland and Tommy Kehoe, we send our deepest sympathy at this sad time. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam

Death of former player PJ Conway RIP
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