Ardclough’s footballers lost out to Kilcullen last night in Round 1 of the Senior ‘C’ Football Championship last night by on a scoreline of 3-08 to 1-10. Their next game is against Sallins, on the 21st of July, who were beaten by 3-14 to 0-10 to Kildangan in their first game. Throw-in in the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Ardclough will host music and entertainment on four nights over the Christmas time, as well as the Annual Paddy Cullen Memorial Match on St. Stephen’s Day. So make a note in your diary, enjoy the festivities and support your local club. Saturday 21st December Xmas Party Night with Mick Doherty Free raffle for lots […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Ardclough GAA 77th Annual General Meeting Friday 29th November Tom Johnson is the new Chairman of Ardclough GAA after succeeding outgoing Chairman Will Hanley unopposed. In his report, Hanley stated that he was stepping down after three years. He thanked all who helped and supported him in his role. And appreciated the dedication from […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
5th October @Hawkfield Centre of Excellence U-13 Division 6 Football League Final Ardclough 6-08 Ballyteague 2-06 Ardclough U-13 Footballers are Division 6 champions after a 14 point win over Ballyteague in the Final on Saturday morning (5th October) at Hawkfield. Ardclough and Ballyteague qualified for the final with strong group performances and good semi-final […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Ardclough have qualified for the quarter finals of the Senior Reserve ‘C’ Football Championship after finishing 5th in the 13th team group stages. Ardclough had a 22-point win over Caragh before losing out to Moorefield by nine points in round two, with Moorefield going on to top the group. The ‘Clough’s will now face […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Ardclough will take on neighbours St. Edwards in the Division 4 Final of the U-16 Football League this Monday (6th May) on pitch two at Hawkfield Centre of Excellence in Newbridge. Ardclough made the final after a strong showing in the group stages, finishing joint-top with St. Edwards and defeating Kill by eight points […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Ardclough U-16’s have made the Semi-Finals of the U-16 Spring League after some very strong performances in the group stages. Winning five of their six matches, they finished joint-top with St. Edwards, the only team to beat them, on ten points. Ardclough’s reward now is a home Semi-Final against local rivals Kill tomorrow (Friday […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Four Ardclough teams are all in action on Monday night (8th), with the U-16 footballers and U-14 hurlers throwing in at 6.45pm, and the adult football and camógie teams playing at 7.00pm Fixtures: Monday 8th April U-16 Spring Football League Div.4 Ardclough Vs Milltown 6.45pm @ Ardclough Hurling Féile Div.2 Ardclough Vs Ros Glas […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
5th April @Ardclough U-16 Division 4 Football League Rd. 5 Ardclough 3-14 Kill 1-06 An excellent team performance throughout led to some excellent football and another win in the U-16 Spring Football Division 4 league for Ardclough. Ardclough’s five different scorerscaused trouble for the Kill defence as they claimed a 14 point win. Jack Bambrick […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
30th March @Rathcoffey U-16 Division 4 Football League St. Edwards 3-12 Ardclough 3-06 Three second half goals helped Rathcoffey overturn a half-time deficit as Ardclough lose for the first time in the U-16 Spring Football League. St Edwards started very well and were a point up within seconds, through a Eoin Leonard point.The hosts […]Continue Reading... No Comments.