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For other places named Clonmore, see Clonmore, County Carlow, and Clonmore, County Tipperary.

Clonmore (from the Irish: Cluain Mhór meaning "large meadow") is a small hamlet and townland in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. It is close to the banks of the River Blackwater.

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Clonmore shrine

The Clonmore shrine was found on the banks of the Blackwater river which runs along the big meadow. It is the earliest Christian metal artifact. It is housed in the Ulster Museum in Belfast. [1].

Clonmore Robert Emmets

Clonmore Robert Emmets is a Gaelic football club. The men's senior team competes in division 3 of the Armagh league. After 4 years, the team is lacking in outside management this year, after being managed by Joe Mallon, as well as trying to bring in new players to replace the players who have decided to rest or retire from years previously.

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2007 senior men's team

The following is the panel of Clonmore football team:

  • Stephen Grimley
  • John Grimley
  • James Grimley
  • Tony McGeown
  • D McGeown
  • Brian Donaghy
  • Thomas Donaghy
  • Brendan Donaghy
  • Joe Donaghy
  • Stephen Donaghy
  • Gary Nugent
  • John Dynes
  • Raymond McBennett
  • Paul McNamee
  • Joe McNamee
  • James Fox
  • Jack Smith
  • Raymond Convie
  • Ruairi Cunningham
  • Cathal Cullen
  • Paul Hamill
  • Dominic Molloy (Manager)
  • James McBennett (Manager)
  • Adrian O'Donnell(Trainer)

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