||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.
||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.
||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
||2021 Junior 'C' C'ship Semi-Final: Clonmore 9-9 St Patricks 1-4
Well done to our Juniors on reaching the Junior Final following their comprehensive 29 point win over St Patricks, Tullow, on Saturday. In what is shaping up to be a high scoring Final, they will take on St Mullins who had an equally impressive 4-27(39) to 1-3(6) win over Ballon on Sunday.
The Final is expected to be on Sunday 14 Nov in Netwatch Cullen Park as the curtain raiser to the County Senior Final.
||Junior 'C' C'ship: Clonmore 2-8 St Mullins 0-7
Our Juniors topped their Group and advance directly to the Semi-Final after this hard earned win over St Mullins in Woodside on Wednesday evening.
||Minor Championship Division 2B Semi-final: Bagenalstown Gaels 4-6 Clonmore 0-7.
Hard luck to our Minors who gave everything in this game played in Fenagh Training Centre last Monday. The first half was even enough and Bagenalstown led by just two points at half-time - 0-5 to 0-3 - but 2 quick goals after the break left Clonmore with too much to do.
A talented bunch of lads, the Minors had a great year and gave everything in every game - win, lose or draw.
||IFC: Eire Og 1-11 Clonmore 0-9
By losing this match to Eire Og, Clonmore are relegated to the Junior ''A'' Championship in 2022.
With the scores tied at 0-9 apiece on 60 minutes it looked as if we would get the result we needed to progress to the Quarter Finals, but Eire Og stunned us with 1-2 in injury time and the defeat means we are automatically relegated.
||Junior 'C' Championship: Clonmore 5-18 Leighlinbridge 0-3.
Clonmore Juniors led from start to finish to record a comprehensive win over a battling Leighlinbridge team in this Junior 'C' Championship game in Netwatch Training Centre, Fenagh, last Wednesday evening.
||IFC: Kildavin/Clonegal 1-12 Clonmore 1-8
After going behind by 1-6 to no score after 20 minutes, the Intermediates found themselves with a mountain to climb but battled back to get within 2 points of K/C on 32 mins - 1-7 to 1-5, but could never get ahead.
The next IFC game is against Eire Og next Sunday, 10 Oct, at 3pm in Bro Leo Park, Tullow.
||Junior 'C' C'ship: Clonmore V St Mullins
The Junior's final Group game is a top of the table clash against St Mullins on Wednesday, 13 Oct, at 8pm in Woodside which will decide who wins the Group and progresses to the Semi-Final.
St Mullins have been racking up big scores in the Championship, beating Leighlinbridge 3-12 to 1-5 and the Fighting Cocks by 5-20 to 0-3, so we can expect a tough contest.