covid 19





fun day Family Fun day 2018


tg4TG4 competition day


fundayFamily Fun day 2015


St JoesEnglish Club visit field day








O'Neill Club Gear available at our online SHOP,
click Jersey above.



See twitter feed opposite for results & the lotto TAB below for more detail



Membership scroll down for more info or click HERE



seniorsSeniors Cusack cup final 2017


u14sFeile winners 2018


Seniors Seniors V K.I.B. Cusack cup


minorsMinors V Banner 2017


feileFeile All-Irelanf final 2016

We are dedicated to enriching the lives of our members by promoting individual development through sport while creating lasting friendships.

The Mylife walking challenge had less walkers this year but still 23 people competed for a bit of fun and improved their fitness levels on behalf of the club, well done to all



The MyLife app motivated many local people to up their step count in the early part of 2021 during lockdown




** MyLife club winners click here **





***Guidelines for a Return to Training***




Cahercalla Fundraiser

Ballyea and Clondegad GAA combined together to run a 48 hour exercise relay last weekend entitled "Lets Get moving for Cahercalla". Members were asked to run/walk/cycle/dance/puck a sliotar or kick a ball in a relay for 30 minute consecutive slots over the 48 hour period. Their appeal was extended to all who have relocated to other parts of the world to take part and indeed many booked their 30 minute slot through the hospital. The fundraiser coincided with Cahercalla's annual Sunflower day which could not take place this year due to covid restrictions. The Go-Fund me page set up saw 258 people donate over €10'060 making the event a huge success surpassing the goal of €4000. Pictures of many of those who took part were posted on both clubs social media accounts. Thanks to each and everyone of you for taking part and donating. It was great to see so many members both young and old taking part from every corner of the world. During such strange times it was great to see both communities come together and donate to such a worthy cause.




Micheál O hEithir remembered

June 2nd 2020 marked the 100 year anniversary of the birth of Micheál O hEithir. The grand opening of Clondegad Gaa grounds took place on July 25th 1993 and the pitch was officially called Páirc Mhicheál O hEithir in honor of the renowned sports commentator, who was son of Jim Hehir, trainer of the 1914 All Ireland winning Clare hurling team, who was born in Paradise, Ballynacally. No ceremony was held due to the covid 19 restrictions however the Club flag flew proudly on the day to mark the occassion. Pics below taken from the Field opening day booklet produced for the day, CLICK HERE to view it. RTE news commentary on Centenary can be seen by clicking HERE

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In March 2020 just before the Covid 19 lockdown, the extensive renevations and newly built club house was completed with only painting works which were subsequently completed in June. The old changing rooms served the club well for many a year but the new clubhouse will be enjoyed into the future with proper shower rooms, a physio room, ample modern toilets and a large meeting room. Click below to view the virtual plans.

New club House plans, click image to view

club house

New club house plans, click to view the video



Clondegad Gaa have recently carried out an extensive program of works including pitch renevation and the addition of a training area, training lights re sanding, and the addition of a walking track. Thre are also plans for extension of the changing rooms. Click plan to VIEW.plans

Following on from the detailed submission in which the club had applied for grant aid under the newly restored Sports Capital Programme, we are pleased to announce that the club has been successful in their application, this grant aid to be used for the training ground and lighting. However a further application was made in 2017 and €60K has been won which will be used to develop the much anticipated new dressing rooms. However more funding will be needed and this money will have to be raised through fundraising and any ideas or donations will be gratefully received. please contact any club officer HERE if you can help

Walking/Running track

With funding received from the Tidy Towns Committee, the GAA have now completed the walking track, more info by clicking HERE

High level lighting has also been erected around the pitch to allow all age groups to train on the darker evenings. Existing light made this difficult and the addition of lighting to the side of the pitch and the training area should make traaining in the winter months more feasible. See some images of the lighting erected on the 8/9th September 2015 by CLICKING HERE


Pitch drainage 2014
The diggers arrived at the pitch on the evening of Monday 1st of July. Rain followed and works did not begin properly until the following friday 5th with digging started at the rear left of the field (PICS HERE). It is expected that although the works will only take approximately 3 weeks, the field sod will need until next spring to grow before training or any match play can re commence. Until then Both Ballyea and neighbourers Kildysart are being very sporting by sharing facilities with us, Lissycasey are also sharing their pitches for games where necessary. The main drainage works were completed and machinery removed by the begining of August. Local club members carried out some drainage works from the car park entrance to tie in with the new drainage works to prevent water flooding off the road into the car park and around into the field. Also work began on a new shed to the rear of the changing rooms, this work was carried out using local help.

This booklet was distributed to mark the opening of Clondegads pitch as Pairc Mhichil Ui Eithir. The booklet can be viewed as a series of slides by CLICKING HERE

clondegad booklet

A selection of photos provided by Seamus Reilly CLICK HERE

clondegad old photos

picWhat is concussion? • Concussion is a traumatic brain injury. It is a complex process in which forces are transmitted to the brain and result in temporary impairment of brain function. • Concussion can have a significant impact on the short and long term health of player if not managed correctly

What are the visible clues of a suspected concussion? Lying motionless on ground • Slow to get up • Unsteady on feet • Balance problems or falling over • Grabbing/Clutching head. Players, coaches, healthcare professionals and referees should be familiar with the visible clues of a suspected concussion. If a player has ANY ONE of the visible clues they MUST be immediately removed from activity and MUST NOT return until they have been medically assessed.

For more detail please download the Irish Rugby unions guide here

or the Acquired brain injury guide here

Jackpot max is €12000.

lottoThe lotto is one of our main sources of revenue for the club. Tickets cost just €2 each or 3 tickets for €5

There are also options to pay through the "myeasypay" system online by clicking HERE
for example you can purchase membership with a horse at our race night, club Membership for players and a weekly entry to the lotto and a draw for county board tickets, this option is great value and is well worth considering.

Results can be viewed in out twitter feed above, check twitter and the local noticeboard across from the shop in Drumquin to see what the current jackpot is. Also during Covid 19 restrictions, please pass your numbers on to a member of the committee, the secretarys number is on the contact us page