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1 Is Muid Cumann Chluain Daimh We are Clonduff! 2007

2 From the Beginning 1887Football Club formed – longest continuous running club in Down 1940s & 50sMost successful decades in terms of Senior County titles 1957Two parish teams – Clonduff Shamrocks and Clonduff Harps contest Senior County Final 1960Captain of first ever team to bring All Ireland title north of border

3 From the Beginning 1967Camogie successfully re-introduced at the second time of asking 1968Pairc Chluain Daimh opens – Clonduff fielding 5 male and 1 female team 1977Clonduff win first ever Intermediate Camogie title 1977Club organised 1st Hilltown Festival, a five-day event which was subject of a special feature programme on RTE Radio presented by Donnacha ODulaing

4 From the Beginning 1977First ever All Ireland Scór Sinsear title – Novelty Act 1983Clonduff boys win 1st Hurling title – U14 Special Féile competition 1984Paddy McCumiskey wins All Ireland Penalty Kick competition 1984McNamee Award for Club History in Centenary Year

5 From the Beginning Early 1980sClonduff Players travel to Newry to play Handball 1989Local Council provides Juvenile Handball Court 1991Ross Carr picks up Club first All Star Award 1992All Ireland U14 Féile Peil title

6 From the Beginning 1993Dancers win All Ireland Scór na nÓg titles in Céili and Sets (9 dancers) 1990sProgress in Hurling – 2 Junior titles and representation on County teams 1997Three All Ireland CCD titles – Set Dancing, Solo Singing, Quiz 1998Re-development of Pairc Chluain Daimh – 13 male and 5 female teams 1999One of first clubs in county to go Online

7 From the Beginning 20009 th Senior Football title – also League title 2000Eileen Hamill – Linesperson in All Ireland Camogie Final 2001AIB Ulster Club of the Year Award 2002First ever Ladies Football team 2004Jerry Quinn elected County Chairman – joins Hugh J Harper (Treasurer) and Fintan Mussen (Down Rep on Ulster Council) on County Board

8 From the Beginning 2005Referee – John A Gribben takes charge of All Ireland Junior Club Hurling Final 2006Ladies win Senior Football title following Intermediate and Junior titles 2005U9½ Footballers win Ulster Community Games final 2006Ross Carr appointed Senior Football Manager 2006Michaela Downey stars in first Ladies International Rules series

9 From the Beginning 2006Fionnuala Carr and Jackie Gilmore win University Camogie All Stars – same again in 2007 plus Karen Gribben 2006Paula Gribben – Dual All Ireland medals in Camogie and Ladies Football 2007Club Referee, Ciaran Branagan appointed to National Referees List 2007U14 Boys win County B Féile na nGael and Féile Peil – 10 Dual players 2007Camogs win first Senior Championship title – 8 dual players

10 Summarising the Past Demonstration of the growth and involvement of Cumann Chluain Daimh in: – Gaelic – Sporting – Cultural – Community – Social – Provincial and National Activities

11 Where We Are At - 2007 Hub of Community in expanding village and hinterland Hub of Community in expanding village and hinterland Integrated Club for all Integrated Club for all Building a Brighter Future for Boys and Girls Building a Brighter Future for Boys and Girls 26 On-Field teams 26 On-Field teams Community/Cross Community Links Community/Cross Community Links – Gateway/Senior Citizens/Wheelers/Boley Fair, etc Schools Links Schools Links Completed purchase of 11 acres of land for development Completed purchase of 11 acres of land for development

12 Parents Club Development Survey revealed: Club Development Survey revealed: – Active interest in Clonduff – 85% encourage boys to play sport – 73% encourage girls to play sport – Gaelic games suit both boys and girls – Aware of benefits of sport – Club is vital for community well-being

13 Facilities Club Development survey: Club Development survey: – 51% rate facilities as average – Improvements required: additional pitches additional pitches handball court handball court female changing female changing indoor activity area indoor activity area disabled accessibility disabled accessibility social activities for older/former members social activities for older/former members

14 Youth Club Development Survey: Club Development Survey: – 90% say provision is adequate/excellent – Parental interest is vital – More club presence in schools – Most not aware of commitment to Equal Opportunities in Sport

15 Coach Development Elite/long term athlete development Elite/long term athlete development Tailored coaching sessions Tailored coaching sessions Develop structured coaching through all age groups Develop structured coaching through all age groups Current structure is good/excellent Current structure is good/excellent

16 Clonduff Coaching Structure Coaching Development is Dynamic and Integrated Most coaches in Football (ladies and mens), Camogie and Hurling have at least Foundation Course – Others working towards this Most Coaches have Child Protection Certificate Parents very involved in juvenile coaching Emphasis placed on health and wellness Coaching Structures Refer to Documents on web page!

17 Clonduff Organisation Structure Executive Committee – Chairmans term of office limited to five years Sub Committees There are 13 Sub Committees – Chairman and Secretary are Ex-Officio members of all sub committees Refer to Documents on web page!

18 Club Governance Policy Documents in force in Clonduff: – Child Protection Policy – Equality Policy – Health and Safety Policy – Anti Corruption Policy – Data Protection Policy – Games for All Policy

19 Club Governance Codes of Conduct in Clonduff – Coaches Code of Conduct – Juvenile Code of Conduct – Senior Players Code of Conduct – Non-Playing Members Code of Conduct

20 Club Development - Future Five-year Development Plan to increase participation in – Gaelic Games / Gaelic Culture / Fitness Activities / Social Activities Females and Males Native and non-native Disabled and able-bodied Young and not-so-young Cross community activities

21 Five year Development Plan Have applied to NI Sports Council for funding to develop newly purchased land Continual Personal Development of: – Players – Coaches – Administrators – Community Partners – Members and Non-Members – Parents and other Family Members

22 Action Plan 2007-2012 Work with partners to identify further capital development/funding opportunities Form Womens Sub Committee Identify Resources and Equipment required Assess Risks – Physical, Personal, Financial, Legal Promote Health and Wellness for all

23 Action Plan 2007-2012 Enhance: – Schools / Community Links – Coach Education and Progression – Record Keeping – Communications Promote: – Refereeing – Young Whistlers – Physical Activity – Non-Physical Activity

24 Monitor and Evaluate Health/Wellness of Dual and Busy Players Number of Teams – Male/Female Cultural and Social Activities Parental Involvement Coaching / Coaching Structure Club Policies Use of Facilities – Over 40s/Other User Groups Funding Opportunities Club Property/Physical Resources and Finances

25 Images of Clonduff Scór Sinsear Winners Club Banner Féile Peil 2007Senior Hurlers 2007

26 Images of Clonduff Fintan Mussen, Jerry Quinn, Hugh J Harper – Co Board Clonduff reps on All Ireland Minor Camogie winning team 2007 Defibulator Course Ladies Senior Football Champs 2006

27 Images of Clonduff Fionnuala Carr after Poc Fada 2007 Liz Howard the President of the Camogie Association. Susie Hynes and her five daughters are all active members of Clonduff Camogie Club These Set Dancers got to AI Final in 2003 John Murphy and Paul McCusker were on AI winning Jun Hurling team 2007

28 Images of Clonduff Minor B Football Champs 2006 County Scór na nÓg Champs 2006 McConville Family at Conor McConville PS Tournament 2007 Team mentor John A Gribben and his 3 daughters after Co Ladies Football Final 2006

29 Images of Clonduff Indoor Primary Schools Camogie Champions Senior Camogie Champions 2007 Clonduffs last SF Champions 2000 South Down U11 Champs

30 Images of Clonduff U12 Hurling League Champs An over 40 team Minor CamogsSenior Hurlers 2007

31 Images of Clonduff Hens with Hurls –Boley Fair 2007 Tom Markham visited in 2005 First Senior trophy in 40 years! The Murray family won Scór na nÓg Instrumental Music County title in 2007

32 Images of Clonduff Camogs in Boley Fair parade 2007 National Féile na nGael 2007, Kilkenny Young Hurlers with Nicky Brennan at Féile na nGael 2007 in Kilkenny Boley 7s winners 2007

33 Images of Clonduff First Boley Fair Handball Tournament 2007 Last home from Poc Fada 2007 on wet and windy Hen Mountain Tug o war at Boley Fair 2007 Seamus McGreevy (centre back) with Clonduff U8s and mentors Jimmy Devlin and Paddy McConville at McGreevy Tournament 2007

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