Clontarf SC AGM

The Annual General Meeting for Clontarf Swimming and Waterpolo Club will take place at Clontarf GAA Club on Thursday the 28th of April starting at 8pm sharp.

Date for your Diary Clontarf Family Day

Same as the last few years we will be holding our family fun day event in Clontarf GAA Club on Saturday 25th June at 5pm. The afternoon will start as always with the annual Junior Boys, Junior Girls and Senior Sea Races. We will meet at the shelters at the Bull Wall at 3pm. Presentations will be held after the sea swims in Clontarf GAA Club. More details closer to the date.

Training Sessions for remainder of Season

This Wednesday the 20th April and this Sunday 24th of April will be the last Waterpolo training sessions in Guinness Swimming Pool for this season. This is due to maintenance work being carried out on the pool between May and June. There will also be No training in the NAC this Friday 22nd of April due to the Irish Senior Cup. This will be a great event starting on Thursday until Saturday so if you near the NAC it will be worth watching a few matches. Training will be held in the NAC on 29th April and 6th May, this will be the final sessions of this season.

Clontarf Win the U13 Irish Waterpolo Cup 2016

Clontarf Waterpolo Club won the U13 Irish Cup last weekend. The tournament started on Saturday 16th April with 18 teams involved for 2 days of action packed waterpolo. Clontarf entered two teams into the competition, Clontarf United were in a group with a strong North Dublin team and Tribes Claddagh. North Dublin won both their games and Clontarf United won against Tribes Claddagh in a very tight game winning 2 goals to 1. In the other group the other Clontarf team were up against Grads and Claremorris winning both games. The two teams progressed to the second group stages on Sunday, the Clontarf United team had two games against St. Vincents and Kells loosing both games. This knocked them out of the competition but for the majority of the players in the United team this was their first time in a Cup competition and they had a great time over the two days. Meanwhile our other team progressed steadily through the second group stage winning against Tribes and Guinness to gain a place in the Semi Final against Clonard. Clontarf won against Clonard who got to into the semi final after a tense penalty shoot out against Drogheda. In the other Semi Final Corrib A won against St. Vincent’s. The final was set, Corrib v Clontarf, the game started off with Clontarf scoring first and stretching out a 2 goal lead before Corrib responded to make it 2-1, then Clontarf scored another 2 before half time. In the third quarter Clontarf stretched out a lead eventually winning the game 10-4. Thanks to Corrib for a great match and the crowd were well entertained. A special thanks to all the supporters who came over to the NAC to support the teams. Thanks to Swim Ireland for hosting the competitions over the two days with over 180 children from 6 to 13 playing. Also thanks to the tournament director, the referees, the bench duty staff and the NAC staff for a well run event. We will be back next year to hopefully make it three in a row.

Clontarf Welcomes Jersey

Clontarf will play a mixed Senior team from Jersey on Sunday 3rd April at 2pm after the Junior Training in Guinness Swimming Pool.