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Date: April 1, 2024


                  Pictured left to right, Matty Moloney, James Tobin and Stevie O Mahony of David Kiely Monuementals working on the All Ireland stone depicting Dungarvan GAA club players who won All Ireland medals with Waterford which will be unveiled in the Dungarvan club grounds on Easter Monday April 22nd at 12 noon.

 One and all are cordially invited to the unveiling of a stone in our club grounds on Easter Monday April 22nd at 12 noon which will commemorate all of our club players in hurling and football who won All Ireland championship medals with Waterford since our foundation in 1885.

Our list of winners stretch back to Waterford’s first All Ireland win in 1929 This promises to be a very pleasant occasion as we recognise a special group of our members who won a Celtic Cross during their playing days.

We will meet in our stand on pitch 2 at 12 noon and after the official side of the day, refreshments will be served in our club house where we can meet up and take a trip down memory lane. Looking forward to your company.

                      …..ALL IRELAND MEDAL WINNERS…..

MINOR HURLING 1929 : Jimmy Dwyer, Dec Goode, Nicky Noonan, Frankie Houlihan, John ‘Simon Whelan’, Johnny Murphy, Jimmy Goode.

JUNIOR HURLING 1931 : Tom Greaney, Andrew Sandford, John ‘Simon’ Whelan, Dec Goode, Jackie O Donnell.

JUNIOR HURLING 1934 : Johnny Murphy, Dec Goode, Jim Burke, John ‘Simon’ Whelan, Christy Moylan, Jimmy Goode

. MINOR HURLING 1948 : Tom Cunningham, Michael Hogan, John Boyle, Mick Shalloe, Tomsie Dee.

SENIOR HURLING 1948 : Jackie Goode, Christy Moylan, Tom Curran, Pat Neville, John Kiely.

SENIOR HURLING 1959 : Tom Cunningham, Ned Power, John Kiely.

UNDER 21 HURLING 1992 ; Fergal Cunningham.

JUNIOR FOOTBALL 1999 : Pepe Ferncombe, Bobby Lyons.

MINOR HURLING 2013 : Kevin Daly (Capt.), Patrick Curran, Gavin Power.

UNDER 21 HURLING 2016 ; Patrick Curran (Joint Captain), Darragh Lyons, Gavin Power.


Under 15 football

Our first round match of the under 15 football Championship was played on Saturday last when St Carthage’s were the visitors to Clogherane. Well done to the boys on an excellent display of football showing great determination on the day running out winners on a scoreline of 2-10 to 3.0. Panel Darragh Healy Sean Galvin Kevin Collins Carmelio Crivelio Shea Cullinane Mark Loftus Matthew Coles Eoin Callaghan Gavin Christopher Kyle Healy Gabriel McGovern Michael Burke Brian Curran Fionn Nagle Conor Davidson James Maye Martin Downey Eddie Burke.

Under 13 football St Carthage’s were the visitors to Clogherane on Thursday night last for round 3 of the under 13 football Championship. The boys again gave a great account of themselves on the night and put in a great effort to emerge winners on a scoreline of Dungarvan 4-3 St Carthage’s 1-3. Panel Aaron Murray John Meehan Darragh Murphy Luke Irwin Brandon Dillon Leon Lannon Will Healy Billy Hickey James Maye Oisin Hallahan Eddie Burke Zach Power Tony O Donnell Luke Power Raymond Kelly Callum Daly Jamie Nagle Rory Beresford Adam Mulligan Pierce Quann Jacob Dalton.

Lismore Win Competitive Encounter Lismore 2-19 Dungarvan 2-18

   Played at the Dungarvan club grounds last Saturday, these old rivals produced a championship type game which should stand to both sides ahead of their first outing.

Lismore were on top from the start and they led by 0-10 to 0-5 with 15 minutes played. Ray Barry and Oisin O Gorman accounted for nine of Lismore’s scores with Paudie Prendergast also contributing. Dungarvan made little impact until Luke O Callaghan and Joe Duggan raised green flags by the 25th minute which gave their team a 2-8 to 0-10 lead.

However, Lismore resumed their dominance with five unanswered pointsto lead by 0-15 to 2-8 at the break. The intensity increased further during the second half with yellow cards a feature of this period of time. The moiety ended in a draw at Lismore 2-4 Dungarvan 0-10. Goals by Oisin O Gorman and Ray Barry at the end of the final quarter looked to have sealed a comfortable run in for Lismore with a 2-17 to 2-12 advantage but led by Ryan Donnolly scores, Dungarvan closed the gap to the minimum at the finish.

Scorers :

Lismore : Oisin O Gorman 1-10(6f), Ray Barry 1-6, Paudie Prendergast 0-2, Jordan Shanahan 0-1.

Dungarvan : Ryan Donnolly 0-9(6f, 165), Gavin Crotty 0-4, Michael Kiely 0-3, Luke O Callaghan and Joe Duggan 1-0 each, Cormac Curran and Jamie Nagle 0-1 each.

Teams :

Lismore : Seanie Barry; Aaron Whelan, David Prendergast, Michael Fitzgerald; Paddy Foley, John Prendergast, Anthony McClone; Joe Lenihan, Jordan Shanahan; Finbarr Reaney, Paudie Prendergast; Oisin O Gorman, Ray Barry, Peter O Keeffe. Subs : Stevie Barry, Shane Heaphy, Ronan Landers, Eric O Sullivan, Dan Shanahan, Iarlaith Daly.

Dungarvan : Gavin Power; Luke Egan, John Curran, Sean Ryan; Jamie Nagle, Kieran Power, Jack Lacey; Michael Kiely, Cathal Curran; Gavin Crotty, Kevin Daly, Kealan Daly; Joe Duggan, Ryan Donnolly, Luke O Callaghan. Subs : Cormac Curran, Aaron Donnolly, Seanie McGrath, James Kiely, Conor Duggan, Aidan Kirwan.

Referee : Paddy Smith (Shamrocks).


REMEMBERING one of our former promising juvenile players 16 year old  Pat McGrath, Caseyville who died 50 years ago this year in 1969.

Pictured here competing in a cross country race in Killossera Racecourse.

Back Row : Left to Right : Dermot Hayes, Joe Gough, Ger Whelan.

Front Row : Pa Meehan, Pat McGrath, Nicky Sheehan.

Foto : Rory Wyley.


Dungarvan 4-3 St. Carthages 1-3, (half time) 2-1 to 0-1.

Panel : Aaron Murray; John Meehan, Darragh Murphy, Luke Kirwan; Brandon Dillon, Leon Lannon, Will Healy; Billy Hickey, James Maye; Oisin Hallahan, Eddie Burke, Zach Power; Tony O Donnell, Luke Power, Ratmond Kelly. Callum Nagle, Jamie Nagle, Rory Beresford, Adam Mulligan, Pierce Quann, Jacob Dalton.

Scorers : Eddie Burke 2-0, Zach Power and Callum Daly 1-0 each, Luke Power 0-3.



Half time score : Dungarvan 3-6 Fourmilewater 1-5

Team : Gavin Power;  Jack Lacey, John Curran, Sean Ryan; Jamie Nagle, Kieran Power, Kenny Moore; Cathal Curran, Darragh Lyons; Cormac Curran, Kevin Daly, Gavin Crotty; Patrick Curran, Ryan Donnolly, Aaron Donnolly. Subs : Luke Egan, Michael Kiely, Luke O Callaghan, Kealan Daly, Joe Duggan, Conor Duggan, Seanie McGrath.


Dungarvan under 14 Feile na nGael Hurling Team 1977 in Leamybrien.
Back Row : Left to Right : Pat Fanning, former President GAA, Michael Ronayne, Brendan Donnolly, Laurence Curran, Adrian Kelly, Noel Wade, Ray Dwyer, Christy Sheehan,   Pat McCarthy (R.I.P.), Frank O Brien, Colin Quarry, Con Murphy, President GAA.
Front Row : Left to Right : Tomas Curran, Johnny Roche, Pepe Ferncombe, Tony Hamilton, Chris Meehan, Martin Houlihan, Michael Dwyer, Peter Queally.


Cathal Curran

                             Dungarvan 1-20 Ballyduff 0-10

Jamie Nagle

Our senior hurlers got the better of an understrength Ballyduff side in the first round of this year’s County senior hurling league in our own grounds last Saturday afternoon.

Kieran Power

Played in ideal weather conditions we led at half time by 1-13 to 0-6 with Ryan Donnolly grabbing the only goal of the game just before the break.

Kealan Daly

Our next league game is against Fourmilewater in Ballymac on Bank Holiday Monday March 18th at 12 noon.

Joe Allen

Scorers :

Cormac Curran 0-7(4f), Ryan Donnolly 1-2, Gavin Crotty 0-3, Cathal Curran and Aaron Donnolly 0-2 each, Kieran Power, Kealan Daly, Joe Allen and Joe Duggan 0-1 each.

Watching the Action

Team : Gavin Power; Luke Egan, John Curran, Sean Ryan; Jack Lacey, Kieran Power, Kenny Moore; Cathal Curran, Joe Allen; Kealan Daly, Kevin Daly, Cormac Curran; Aaron Donnolly, Ryan Donnolly, Gavin Crotty. Subs : Jamie Nagle, Joe Duggan, Seanie McGrath, Conor Duggan, James Kiely.

Kevin Daly

Jonathon and Sledge

Ryan Donnolly

Grandad and Sadie

Cormac Curran


Referee Paddy Smith (Shamrocks) pictured with team captains Tristan Loftus, Dungarvan on left and Mike O Brien (St. Pats/ Naomh Brid).

St. Pats/ Naomh Brid 2-11 Dungarvan 2-5

Though defeat was our lot again in our second County minor football champions, our group of players again put in a very spirited performance against one of the championship favourites, St. Pats/ Naomh Brid.

The winners led by 1-3 to 0-1 at the end of the first quarter but a Conor Coward goal brought us into the game  and further minor scores by Tadhg Murray (f) and Gabriel McGovern had the scores level nearing half time.

However, St. Pats/ Naomh Brid’s best forward Sean Condon scored 0-2 to leave his side in front at the break.

The winners showed their greater experience in the third quarter at the end of which they led by 1-10 to 1-4 with further scores by Condon(0-3), Darragh Reddy and Mikey Walsh.
However, the spirit of our group of players shone through again and a timely goal by David Flynn and a point by Conor Coward left just 0-2 the difference at 1-10 to 2-5 with time running out.

The winners secured their deserved win with a goal in added time by their captain Mikey O Brien

Scorers : Conor Coward 1-1, David Flynn 1-0, Tadhg  Murray 0-2f, Gavin Christopher and Gabriel McGovern 0-1 each.

Team : Dylan Cliffe; Sam Dalton, Johnny Burke, Cameron Maguire; Mark Loftus, Tristan Loftus, Lorcan McGovern;   Oisin Morrissey, Ben Kavanagh; Alex Shanahan, Conor Coward, Gavin Christopher; Gabriel McGovern, Tadhg Murray, David Flynn. Subs : Kyle Healy, Eoin O Callaghan, Micheal Power, James O Callaghan and Jordan Shaw.


CLCG DUNGARBHAIN is saddened to hear of the death of one of its former players Ned Phelan from Ballineety.

Ned lived just a stone throw away from the Fraher Field and he spent many match days there supporting the club he was loyal to all of his life.

In his younger days Ned won minor hurling medals with the club in 1943 and in 1944. In 1946 he was on the Waterford minor football team that defeated Tipperary in the Munster championship.

Ned played wing back on our County senior football championship winning side of 1954 and three years earlier he lined out at wing forward on our senior hurling side that contested the County final against Mt. Sion.

The Dungarvan club extends its sincere sympathy to the Phelan family on the loss of their father and he will always be fondly remembered when the story of our club is being told. R.I.P.

The Dungarvan senior football team of 1950 who drew with four in a row champions Kilrossanty 1-6 each.

Back Row : Jackie Good, Terry Donnolly, Austin Hallahan, Liam Crotty, Billy McGrath, Gary Morrissey, Terry Dalton.
Front Row : Left to Right : Mickey Tobin, Frank Harrington, NED PHELAN, Liam O Donnell, Mossie Queally, Michael O Kelly.
Seated in Front : Tom Cunningham, Tom McHugh.



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