The club is made up of members from the half parishes of Cloughbawn and Poulpeasty. The premises is about 3 kms from Clonroche village, which is situated on the N30 between the towns of New Ross and Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford. The club celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2018.
It caters for Hurling and Football and Camogie games at all levels and ages. In hurling we enter adult competitions in Senior, Junior A and Junior B, while in adult football we play Intermediate A grade. County Senior Hurling Champions in 1949, 1951, 1993. Jun A Football in 2004.
In Under-Age we enter all age groups from nursery to Minor in football and hurling.
In Camogie, Cloughbawn club is playing in Intermediate and in all age groups up to minor also.
The club has the distinction of being the only club to achieve honour of holding Guinness World Record certificate for 24 hour hurlathon in 2012.
Our club has provided many great players to County Wexford teams through the years, most notable being Tim Flood (R.I.P.) who won 3 All-Ireland medals, 1955, ’56 and ’60, while his son Sean figured on the 1996 winning team along with Larry Murphy. Harry Kehoe has given many years of service to the county hurling team and continues to do so.
Club development has been ongoing since getting our own pitch in Castleboro in 1975 and facilities include 4 dressing rooms with excellent shower rooms, 2 full size pitches, one with floodlights, a hurling wall, large fuction room and a walking track (which provides exercise for the community during the Covid-19 pandemic). Plans are being drawn up for further development in near future.
Our forthnightly club lotto draw has been our mainstay in servicing our club development loans for over 20 years and it is hoped that it will continue to be fully supported.