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Clooney-Quin HC

Cloney Quin Seniors

Clooney Quin GAA is a Gaelic Athletic Association club located in the village areas of Clooney and Quin, County Clare in Ireland. The club field teams in hurling and Gaelic Football. The club was founded in 1888 and its most notable player was Amby Power, who captained the Clare 1914 All-Ireland winning team.

The 2006 season will live long in the memory of all associated with the Club. The Intermediate hurling team became Munster Intermediate Club Hurling Champions following their County Championship win, the Camogie team who captured the County Intermediate Title, with the Minor hurlers capturing the Clubs first Minor A Championship title. The Club is currently fielding adult hurling teams at Senior, Intermediate and Junior A Championship Grade, along with a football team at Intermediate Grade. The Clubs Minor, Camogie, and Handball clubs are very active units within the Community.

Senior County Titles (1)

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