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The Municipal District of Ballybay – Clones.
The main changes affecting County Monaghan arising from the re-structuring of local government is the abolition of the five Town Councils and the establishment of three new Municipal Districts. These changes come into operation from the 1st June, 2014. As and from this date Local Government will be operated by a single administration structure and [...]
Clones Play Ground
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Clubs

Clubs

St Tiernach’s Launch Website

Website Click here The site is packed with news, pictures, training schedules and important contact information to keep all past and present players and supporters informed of all the latest developments in the club. Clones fans from far and wide will now be able to check club lotto results, training schedules, match scores, reports and leave messages in the club guestbook. Many locals will enjoy taking a trip down memory lane with old club photographs in addition to new pictures. Sports fans will also be delighted to hear that all the latest GAA news headlines will be posted on the website. John Holland, Youth Officer for the club, encouraged locals to visit the website and requested that anyone with related pictures contact him through the ‘contact us’ form. “We hope to keep the website updated regularly with news, fixtures and league tables. We also hope all team managers will contribute match reports to the website. Any ideas are welcome,” he said.

Clones Golf Club

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Clones Golf Club, providing very reasonable membership fees to golfers from Counties Monaghan, Cavan and Fermanagh, is also committed to rewarding every guest with an exceptional golfing experience.

Clones Golf Club, established in 1913, is located at Hilton Park, 2.5 miles from Clones on the N3 national route from the midlands through to Belfast. The current 18 hole course, laid over approximately 155 acres of rolling parklands, was designed by Dr Arthur Spring and was officially opened by Barry McGuigan on 1st August 2001. In 2005 another 2 holes were brought into play and the club must be unique in being one of the few 20 hole courses in these islands, thus ensuring that fairways are appropriately rested throughout the Winter months.

The course, which is set in rolling woodland, is now highly acclaimed and is an ideal venue for the society golfer. It is an all-weather open Parkland Course with many water features open all year around and renowned for the quality of its Greens. When other local courses are closed during adverse weather conditions, Clones is generally playable. It is a challenging course for all levels of ability. The overall design and the natural rolling landscape and surrounding countryside make for a particularly scenic course.

Visitors to the clubhouse are always made very welcome by our Staff and members. After an enjoyable round of golf they can relax over a drink or a meal in our homely and newly refurbished Clubhouse.

Clones Photographic Society

Meetings the first Thursday of every month in The Cassandra Hand Centre.

New members welcome.

Please Contact

Daniel Mc Adam Clones Photographic Society 087 2470718

Other clubs in town

  • Clones Amateur Boxing Club
  • Clones Athletic Club
  • Clones Cycling Club
  • St Tiarnachs GFC
  • Clones Town Football Club
  • Bridge
  • Bowls
  • Brownies
  • Scouts
  • Community Games
 

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