Carraig na bhFear AC


Athletics Ireland Summer Camp 2024

Just a few spaces remain on our Athletics Ireland summer camp coming up this July. Don’t miss out. Info and registration through this link -

Ready, Steady, Go!

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of the ultimate athletics experience! Whether you’re dreaming of Olympic glory or simply seeking to have fun and stay active, our Athletics Summer Camp has something for everyone

Our camps offer the perfect setting for children to take part and try all the athletic diciplines, whether you’re a seasoned athlete looking to enhance your skills or a newcomer eager to explore the world of athletics

Camps are open to children aged 7- 14yrs and are priced at €75 per child, with  a €10 discount for each  additional sibling.  The camp begins on a Monday and runs right through to Friday with it starting at 10am and finishing at 2pm daily.

Come and Try Athletics and sample all discplines from Hurdles, Sprints,  Relays to Long Jump! Suitable for children of all abilities

Date: 8th - 12th July 2024

Ages: 7yrs - 14yrs

Time: 10am - 2pm

Venue: Colaiste an Chroi Naofa , Carraig na bhFear

As well as learning new skills, making new friends whilst having lots of fun each child will go home with a t-shirt, water-bottle and more goodies!

To avail of sibling discounts, all children must be booked in one transaction. Maximum 5 attendees per booking.

Carraig na bhFear AC recipients of Sports Capital and Equipment Programme

Wonderful news coming through about the club’s application to the Sports Capital and Equipment Programme. Carraig na bhFear AC have been awarded €28,635.

Chairperson Willie Walsh had this to say on the breaking news, “Carraig na bhFear Athletic Club are more than delighted with the granting of a sports capital equipment grant of €28,635 that will be used to enhance our onsite facilities at our training grounds. This investment means that our athletes will no longer need to leave their community to access the resources needed to achieve their potential in their chosen events.

We acknowledge the actions of all parties involved in the securing of this grant and see it as future proofing the club, building on our 44 years of serving the community in Carraig na bhFear and further afield.”

Catherine Martin T.D., Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, and Thomas Byrne T.D., Minister of State for Sport, Physical Education and the Gaeltacht, have announced over €26 million in equipment grants under the latest round of the Sports Capital and Equipment Programme (‘SCEP’).

The allocations announced today under the Sports Capital and Equipment Programme are in response to equipment-only applications which sporting organisations submitted. Over 900 sports groups were successful in their applications for various types of equipment which will be of practical benefit to multiple sports organisations, their members and athletes across Ireland.

Plan your Year!

Plan your year of competition with our new fixtures page that highlights the big races each month across Track & Field, Road, Cross Country, and Trail & Mountain! 

Photography on this home page by Michelle Whooley, Jo Martin and Garry Geoghegan. 

Carraig na bhFear Athletics Club. Founded 1980.