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2014 U16 Girls Marathon All Ireland Champions: Caoimhe Harvey – Carrigaholt/Cross, Elaine Shannon – Ennistymon/Lahinch/Liscannor, Eimear Keane – Miltown Malbay, Deirbhile Browne – Killimer/Knockerra. Caoimhe also won the individual gold medal.
2014 U14 Camogie All Ireland Champions from Killanena-Flagmount. L. O’Callaghan, R. McMahon, S. Canny, J. O’Meara, E. McNamara, A. Moloney, L. O’Brien, T. McDonnell, E. Edge O’Neill, C. McNamara, L. McNamara, K. Greene, E. O’Donnell, M. Brady, K. Moloney, L. Keehan.
David Hamilton from Sixmilebridge/Kilmurry won a Gold Medal in the U14 Model Making event in Athlone in August 2014. David won Gold in the U10 event in 2010. He also won awards in the Keep Clare Clean Art Competition in 2012 & 2013. Denis Mundy from neighbouring area Cratloe collected a Silver Medal in the U10 event. David's brother, Paul, also won a 4th Place Medal in the U14 Art Competition.
The Quin/Clooney U14 Set Dancing Team won Silver Medals in Athlone in 2014: Aisling Egan, Doireann Egan, Fionan O’Sullivan, Niall Murphy, Cormac Egan, Oisin McMahon, Cadhla O’Keeffe, Seoda O’Keeffe.
Tony Odubote from Ennis St Johns picked up the Silver Medal in the U16 100m event in Athlone in 2014. Tony is no stranger to the winners podium having won Gold medals previously in Athone, in the U14 100m event in 2013 and in the U13 mixed relay in 2012.
Alex O’Neill from Quin/Clooney won a Silver Medal in the Girls U14 800m race at the National Festival in Athlone in August 2014. Alex was also representing Quin/Clooney in the Group Music Talent event. Alex won a Gold Medal in the U12 600m event at the 2013 finals.
The U13 Project team from Quin/Clooney won Silver Medals in Athlone in August 2014: Amie Louise Doherty, Rebecca Keane, Niamh O’Loughlin. The project looked at the "Role of the Internet".
Darragh Miniter from Kilrush powered his way to a well earned Silver Medal in the U14 Shot Putt competition at the Community Games National Festival in Athlone in August 2014.
Great results from the young Under 8 Clare athletes at the 2014 National Community Games Festival, August 2014. Marc O’Brien from Cratloe won Silver in the Boys U8 80 m event and Mya Palache from Quin Clooney took Bronze in the U8 60m race.
Community Games FAQsAs well as having a very active International Committee who forge links with various organisations abroad, Community Games is one of the founder members of the International Sport and Cultural Association (ISCA). The ISCA has, in a very short time, become an umbrella organisation for sporting and cultural organisations world-wide.