Clontarf Cup

The 2024 Clontarf Cup was a momentous day which kicked off with an executive breakfast featuring the Western Australia Premier, The Honourable Roger Cook MP, Governor of Western Australia, His Excellency The Honourable Chris Dawson AC APM and Mrs Darrilyn Dawson, and several Members of WA Parliament. The day concluded, following many games of quality footy played in typical ‘Clontarf spirit’, with Kalgoorlie Academy and the combined side of Kent Street/Esperance Academies winning Division 1 and Division 2 respectively.

If you are keen to take the next step, we would like to host you at an academy.

Integrated into each host school, the academy room acts as a home base for Clontarf members before and after school, at recess and lunch, and during designated academy time. The rooms are the heartbeat of the programme and are an environment where academy members can develop their skills and abilities, and deepen their relationship with Clontarf mentors.

There are a variety of opportunities for an academy visit and to meet the boys:

  • Participating in or witnessing a morning training session and breakfast
  • Joining the academy’s top attenders for a ‘Good Bunch Lunch’
  • Touring the academy room and hear about the achievements of academy members
  • Speaking with senior students about their aspirations for the future.

The Foundation operates 156 academies across the country, including 35 in Western Australia, so we can coordinate a visit to a convenient location.

To organise a visit of an academy contact James McNamee, General Manager – Partnerships & Communications.

Photos from the event

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(Photo credits: PACEPIX/Scott Hamilton)

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