Tarf try by Dylan Donnellan. Gearoid Lyons converts, with @HinchRFC following up with a penalty of their own. Ballynahinch 3 - 7 Clontarf #WhoAreWe #EnergiaAIL
Clontarf defeated Lansdowne 23-15 in the All-Ireland League Semi-Final at Castle Avenue. Sean O'Brien gave his reaction.
Clontarf may refer to:
Clontarf is an affluent coastal suburb on the northside of Dublin, in Ireland. While Clontarf lacks a single "village centre", historically there were two centres of population, one on the coast towards the city, and the fishing village of Clontarf Sheds, farther north on the coast at what is now Vernon Avenue.
Clontarf is a city in Swift County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 164 at the 2010 census.
Clontarf is a suburb of the Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia. It is in the south-west of the Redcliffe peninsula, approximately 29 kilometres north-northeast of Brisbane, the state capital.
The Clontarf Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that assists in the education and employment of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men.
Clontarf Castle is a much-modernised castle, dating to 1837, in Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland, an area famous as a key location of the Battle of Clontarf in 1014. There has been a castle on the site since 1172.
Castle Avenue Cricket Club Ground, also known as Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, is a cricket ground in the suburb of Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland.
Clontarf Aboriginal College is the current name of a former orphanage for boys operated by the Christian Brothers organisation in the Perth suburb of Waterford in Western Australia. Opening in 1901, the facility has been used for a number of purposes since, most notably as an orphanage but also as a convent and as a day and boarding school.
The Parish of St. John the Baptist, the Church of Ireland Parish of Clontarf, Dublin is a religious community located on the north shore of Dublin Bay, bounded by the Parishes of North Strand to the west, Coolock to the north, and Raheny to the east .The Parish Church is situated on Seafield Road, approximately 2 1⁄2 miles (4.0 km) from the churches of each of the adjoining parishes.
Clontarf 1014 is a triple distilled Irish whiskey produced by the Clontarf Whiskey Company, a subsidiary of Castle Brands Inc. Originally called "Clontarf," the whiskey takes its name from the Battle of Clontarf in 1014 in which Brian Boru, the High King of Ireland, defeated an army of Vikings.The brand has launched several marketing initiatives, including one in 2008 and most recently in 2011, when new packaging was released to highlight the 1000 year anniversary of the battle of Clontarf.
The Clontarf's Rugby team activities page. Related with social media posts of Clontarf's games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!