Upcoming Fixtures

21 Apr 2019 12:30

Clontarf 3 v The Hills 2

22 Apr 2019 12:30

Clontarf 2 v Malahide 2

25 Apr 2019 18:00

The Hills W1 v Clontarf W1

27 Apr 2019 12:00

Clontarf 1 v Merrion 1

Latest Results

20 Apr 2019

Leinster 3 v Clontarf 4

20 Apr 2019

Clontarf 1 v Balbriggan 1

14 Apr 2019

DLR County 4 v Clontarf 6

14 Apr 2019

Clontarf 4 v Leinster 3

New Member Information

If you are interested in joining Clontarf CC visit the website by clicking here. 

How To Find Us

To find our home please visit the Castle Avenue grounds not far from both Killester and Clontarf Road DART stations, you can see our Google Maps listing by clicking here.

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Player Starrings

Clontarf 1
Conor Kelly 1.1
Bill Coghlan 1.1
Joe Morrissey 1.1
Eoghan Delany 1.1
Macalister Wright 1.1
Andrew Poynter 1.1
David Delany 1.1
Shariful Islam 1.1
Sameer Dutt 1.2
Robert Forrest 1.2
Michael Granger 1.2
Clontarf 2
Asim Nazir 2.1
Mark Collier 2.1
Kevin Prior 2.1
Niall Delany 2.1
Conor Gallagher 2.1
Paul Ryan 2.1
Vijay Anand Gopal 2.1
Matthew Butler 2.1
Shane O'Brien 2.2
David Vincent 2.2
Cormac Devilly 2.2
Clontarf 3
Bryan McDermott 3.1
Ian Dent 3.1
Damian Gargan 3.1
Aidan McDonald 3.1
Daniel Ashton 3.1
Bailey Boland 3.1
Rana Asad 3.1
Jimmy Bansal 3.1
Darragh Devilly 3.2
Ben McCabe 3.2
Finbarr O'Halloran 3.2
Clontarf 4
Navneet Sengar 4.1
Yousuf Tanvir 4.1
Pankaj Bhamare 4.1
Shahjahan Khan 4.1
Naveed Rana 4.1
Sean Devilly 4.1
Sheikh Sahil 4.1
Jack MacNeice 4.1
Selvin Nakka 4.2
John Mc Nally 4.2
Rana Tariq 4.2
Clontarf 5
Daniel O'Sullivan 5.1
Shafqat Ayub 5.1
Una Raymond-Hoey 5.1
Lara Maritz 5.1
Daire Vickers 5.1
Aamir Khan 5.1
Muhammad Rizwan Ullah 5.1
Michael Lowe 5.1
Nigah Shah 5.2
Abdul Khan 5.2
Jamie Champion 5.2
Clontarf 6

About Clontarf

Founded in 1876 Clontarf Cricket Club is a premier ground and cricket club in Ireland. Clontarf CC has 6 men’s teams, 2 women’s teams and youth teams at all age groups.

If you are trying to find our ground by public or private transport visit the page for directions and maps on our website.

If you want to keep up to date with the goings on in the club the news page is a good place to start. If your on Twitter you might want to follow our various teams for live scores and lively banter.

Club History

Probably since the days of King Brian Boru there was a cricket of kind played in Clontarf. The Clontarf Club was officially founded in 1876 and after a year or two of silence it starting making strides. In the middle 80s of the 1800s and to the end of that decade the Clontarf Cricket Club was a healthy organisation with its ground off the top of Vernon Avenue whose colours Rose and black were often worn to victory.

In 1892 under new management the club found its way to the field on the Howth road. To help the exchequer, the clontarf football club were invited to become their tenants during the winter season paying half the rent. 

This arrangement however did not conduce to the excellence of the cricket pitch owing to the limited area of the two clubs are forced to make use of the same venue. then in 1896 A change is made to the present spacious grounds in Castle avenue where both can find a home without the inconvenience of this nature.

The rest of the story is easily told and it luckily records a record of study progress. In 1898 the junior cricket cup was first one by clontarf players. from that year they appeared in the final round each season and twice against the cure the coveted trophy at last in 1907 they decided to join the senior ranks pitted against the strongest clubs in Ireland they have met with such a measure of success that no one can doubt the wisdom of this decision.

The club has gone on to be one of the largest and most successful in the country. And the Castle Avenue ground has played host to many Ireland internationals and indeed a Cricket World Cup fixture in 1999 between West Indies and Bangladesh.

Club Sponsors

Airport Driving School Elite Healthcare Nolan’s Clontarf

Club Information

Address: Clontarf Cricket and Rugby Club, Castle Ave, Clontarf, Dublin 3
Website: https://www.clontarfcricket.com/
Email: clontarfcricket1@gmail.com
Phone: 01 8332621
Primary Contact: Stella Downes (Honorary Secretary) - springdale.ias@eircom.net | 0872808804

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