New members are always welcome at Terenure CC, simply contact any of the people listed above for further information. Training sessions will begin on the first Tuesday of April from 6pm, in the ground in Terenure Sports Club and will continue on Tuesdays and Thursdays right throughout the season until September.
Prospective members of any standard are encouraged to come along to any training session and make themselves known to those in attendance, there is no requirement to have kit as a new member, we will loan gear that can be used to anyone who doesn't already have their own.
How to Get There: By Car: From City Centre Take the N81 from the City Centre. Jurys Inn/Christchurch corner, past St. Patricks Cathedral and over the canal. Take left fork at Harold's Cross for Terenure. Terenure Sports Club grounds are on your right as you enter the village By Bus: 15, 15A, 15B, 16, 17, 49, 65, and 65B bus routes all go through Terenure Village
Terenure CC is home to three adult teams, playing across a wide standard of leagues and caters for all standards of players. Our first team compete in the newly remodeled Senior League. Second team play in Division 7, and third team play in Division 14. To compliment these competitive teams we also play host to a Taverners team for whom social fixtures are held on Friday evenings throughout the summer months. Training sessions for all adult teams are held from 6pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the season.
Our growing youth section facilitates teams for both boys and girls and compete at almost every age grade throughout the competitions, from Minor C, right up to Under 19s. Training sessions for youths up to 'Junior' grade are held on Mondays and Fridays from 6:30-8:00pm, whilst older age groups can train with adult sides, supplemented by our summer academy.
CYM/Terenure CC has been located in Terenure since 1923, and boasts a long history of honours right through the various leagues, right up to becoming a Senior club in 1981. Since then the club's most notable achievements at the level are two Alan Murray t20 titles in 1992 and 1995, Division 1 Runners-Up in 1994, being Leinster Senior Cup Runners-Up in 2001, as well as more recently winning Division 2 in 2011 to go with second placed finishes in the same league on three occasions since the year 2000.
The club has produced two senior internationals, Eddie Moore and Conor Hoey, and in the past decade has produced no fewer than six further youth internationals as part of a proud youth history.
The most recent success at youth level was winning the Sean McGrath U19s cup in 2013, for the first time since the first year the cup was awarded, a side from which every member represented Terenure at first team level. This followed on from league and cup successes at Under 13 and Under 15 level from 2008 through to 2011, the year in which the then 15-year-old Dónal Lynch made history as the first player to score a century in an Under 15 Cup Final.