Corn Mháirtín Mhic Chonmara - Under 15 D Football
The trophy is named after Martin McNamara. Principal of the Voc. Sch. Newcastle West from 1982 to 1999, Martin was a lover of football and born in Glin on the Limerick / Kerry border and played minor for Glin in the early 50s. In 1956 the Limerick minor football team of which he was a member beat Cork in the semi-final and Kerry in the final - a rare feat. He also played with UCC in the Sigerson and Cork championship. His greatest achievement at school level was when two football teams that he trained played in All Ireland finals in Croke Park in the 70s. He left a great sporting legacy which lives on to this day in Desmond College.
2017, Coláiste An Chroí Naofa (Captained by Tadhg O Donoghue)
Corn Mháirtín Mhic Chonmara Roll of Honour
|Coláiste An Chroí Naofa (1)||2017|
|Col Mhuire Askeaton (1)||2016|
|Kilrush CC (1)||2015|