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Clanna Gael Fontenoy GAA

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Clanna Gael Fontenoy
Clanna Gael Fontenoy.jpg
Colours:Blue, green, gold and white
Grounds:Sean Moore Park, Sean Moore Road, Ringsend
Coordinates:53°20′16″N 6°12′59″W / 53.337689°N 6.216360°W / 53.337689; -6.216360
Playing kits
Standard colours
Sean Moore Park, Ringsend
Sean Moore Park, Ringsend

Clanna Gael Fontenoy is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based at Ringsend, Dublin, Ireland, serving Sandymount, Irishtown, Ringsend and its surrounding areas.[1][2][3][4]


The club was founded in 1968 through the amalgamation of the Fontenoys (founded in 1892, named for the Battle of Fontenoy, where the Irish Brigade fought) and Clanna Gael (founded in 1929). Clanna Gael played many matches at St Anne's Park in Raheny and Clontarf, but the main locus of the combined club has long been Ringsend.



The club's catchment area stretches from the inner city out to the inner suburbs and includes areas such as Dublin Docklands, Ringsend, Irishtown, Sandymount, Ballsbridge, Donnybrook and parts of Dublin 6.


Clanna Gael Fontenoy operates from Sean Moore Park where it has two full-size Prunty playing pitches with floodlights on both. The club also boasts an enclosed Astro Turf playing surface with a specially-constructed hurling wall. In addition Clanna Gael Fontenoy has access to playing pitches in nearby Ringsend Park where the club originally operated from.

Players and wins

The club has over 700 registered members and fields teams that compete in football, hurling and camogie at both juvenile and adult levels.

A number of their members have been and/or are part of the panel for Dublin teams including Rebecca McDonnell, Kim Flood, Serena Hannon, Rachael Byrne (Senior Ladies), Ella Thirroueiz (Ladies Minor) and Maria O'Dea (U16) with Karl Morgan and Colm O'Briain both part of the Dublin development squad.

In 2016 and 2019 their Ladies Intermediate team were Championship winners and reached the Leinster Finals only to be narrowly beaten, their Junior E team won their Championship final and the U14 Girls won the Football Feile final. In 2015 their Camogie Senior 4 team won both the Shield and League finals while in 2014 their U14 boys won the Division 4 Feile football title.

Ladies Footballers

  • Rebecca McDonnell
  • Kim Flood
  • Serena Hannon
  • Rachael Byrne
  • Kate McKenna
  • Lisa Curtin
  • Marie Twoomey


Clanna Gael Fontenoy is currently sponsored by Dublin Port.

External links


  1. ^ "Clanna Gael Fontenoy - Club Information - Dublin GAA".
  2. ^ "Clanna Gael Fontenoy".
  3. ^ Hill, J. R. (26 August 2010). A New History of Ireland Volume VII: Ireland, 1921-84. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199592821 – via Google Books.
  4. ^ McRory, Séamus (18 January 2019). All-Ireland Dream. Wolfhound Press. ISBN 9780863279362 – via Google Books.

This page was last edited on 30 December 2020, at 15:33
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