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Molly Delaney – RIP

It is with great sadness and regret that Clane GAA Club announce the passing of Molly Delaney (nee, Lavin). Molly was a larger than life character who represented the Club playing Camogie and had an infectious personality off the pitch and a steely determination on it.

Molly was a Camogie player of substance who won Kildare Senior Camogie Championship and League medals in 1953 and another Kildare Senior Camogie League medal in 1962. Molly also played and captained the Senior Kildare Camogie team with distinction and was named on the Kildare Millennium Senior Camogie team at Midfield.

A fun loving Lady, Molly enjoyed her weekly bingo sessions and enjoyed any craic and banter that was to be had. Molly will be deeply missed by her family, friends and community.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.

All Ireland Minor Camogie Final

On Saturday 22nd of April Kildare will play Antrim in the All Ireland B Camogie Final @ Inniskeen Grattans GAA, Monaghan. Throw in is at 2pm. There are nine Clane GAA Camogie girls on the panel which is a great Club achievement.

All of us at Clane GAA Club would like to send the girls our best wishes for the final and well done for getting this far.

 

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Clane GAA Business Lunch

Jim Gavin the Dublin manager will be the keynote speaker at the inaugural Clane GAA business lunch on Friday the 5th of May at the Westgrove Hotel.

Kindly sponsored by EMS copiers a drinks reception will commence at 1pm followed by a four course lunch at 2.30pm, parties can thereafter move onto the club for a nights entertainment. Other special guests will include Glenn Ryan, Padraig Joyce and Seamus Moynihan. The hilarious Barry Murphy of Aprés Match will act as master of ceremonies. 

Tables or individual tickets can be booked by emailing info@clanegaa.ie. Tables of ten are €1500 or individual tickets can be bought for €150. It promises to be a great networking and team building opportunity for businesses.

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DateTeamsTime/ResultsCompetitionMatch Day
2017-04-30 16:00:26April 30, 2017Maynooth
Clane
 16:00:264:00 pmCamogie Junior A LeagueRound 5
2017-04-30 13:00:41April 30, 2017Kilcock
Clane
 13:00:411:00 pmCamogie U14 LeagueRound 7
2017-04-29 18:00:27April 29, 2017Clane
St Kevin's
 18:00:276:00 pmFootball Senior LeagueRound 5
2017-04-28 19:00:35April 28, 2017Clane
Maynooth
 19:00:357:00 pmFootball U16 LeagueRound 9
2017-04-26 19:00:42April 26, 2017Maynooth
Eire Og/Clane
 19:00:427:00 pmCamogie U16 LeagueRound 4
2017-04-25 19:00:21April 25, 2017Coill Dubh
Clane
 19:00:217:00 pmHurling Senior LeagueRound 4
2017-04-25 12:00:16April 25, 2017Carbury
Clane
 12:00:1612:00 pmLGFA Senior A LeagueRound 7