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Ben Mulhall Park, Clonegal



Ben Mulhall was a local teacher in the National School in Clonegal. He was known well for his wonderful sportsmanship and talent both in Gaelic football and hurling. Originally from Tullow, Co Carlow, Ben dedicated much of his life to the community of Clonegal whilst serving as principal of the local school. His talent and ability together with his passion for the game rubbed off on the local children who had great success at under -14 level.

The wonderful Ben Mulhall Complex in Clonegal is the home to Derry Rovers soccer team. The facilities include dressing rooms, toilets and showers whilst upstairs is a large recreation area. In all there are 11 acres of ground which includes two soccer pitches and one GAA pitch. There is lots of room for parking. The grounds are nestled into the corner of three counties, Wexford, Carlow and Wicklow although its physical location is Wexford. Standing at the entrance gate at the top of the hill one has a wonderful panoramic view of all the fields and indeed of the three counties and the beauty they hold.

Contact: Johnny Dunne
053 937 6336



Major Work in Ben Mulhall Park

This major work is due to finish in April 2012. The work involves:
160mt X 100mt GAA pitch
2 Soccer pitches
9 hole pitch and putt course
A walk-way all around the boundaries of the park.
If anyone would like to make a donation towards the work being carried out please contact: John Dunne 053 9376336.