Commiserations to our U21 panel on yesterday’s defeat in Warrenpoint. This was the semi-final of the championship and the lads came through a great run of winning through the league stages and met a very evenly matched Warrenpoint side. Carryduff went in at half time 2 points down with scores from Beattie, Guinness and McKeever. Warrenpoint came out the strongest after the break scoring 1-03 with no answer from Carryduff until Ronan Beattie put one over the bar from play followed on by a goal within 40 seconds after Warrenpoint’s keeper took a poor kick out. This left Carryduff still trailing by 4 points. Carryduff went on to score 3 points, 2 from play by Sean McGonigal and Seamus McCann and a 45 placed beautifully by Sean McGonigal. Unfortunately Carryduff just rallied too late as Warrenpoint scored in the last minute of the game leaving the full time score 1-13 to 1-11. Firstly, thanks to the supporters that travelled and most of all thanks to the commitment from all players and mentors over the season
September 11th, 2017
September 25th, 2017
September 24th, 2017
September 22nd, 2017
Fundraising Gala Ball in October
11 Sep 2017
Are you a resident of Carryduff and concerned about traffic volume?
25 Sep 2017
U10 Girls Moneyglass Blitz – Change of location
24 Sep 2017
The U16 girls progress !!
22 Sep 2017
P2/P3 Autum Football Coaching
22 Sep 2017
**U10 Girls – Final Training Session**
21 Sep 2017
Ulster GAA News
Mickey Harte's Tyrone team are represented by six players on the short-list of 45 names released today by the GAA and the GPA. The nominees that make up the cream of the crop from another dramatic football summer also includes two players from Down with Monaghan, Donegal and Armagh completing the high-profile line-up with one nomination each.
Cross-community Gaelic team recognised during Community Relations and Cultural Awareness Week.