*Michael Leahy Providing the private sector with incentives to develop rural areas has been declared as the key election issue of Michael … Keep Reading
*Aodhan O’Shea of St Flannan’s College goes up for a basket during the Basketball Ireland U19 C Boys Schools Cup Final match between Ballymakenny College and St Flannan’s College, Ennis at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght, Dublin. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile St Flannan’s College put in a stunning second half display performance at the…
*Cian Galvin was outstanding for the winners. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill St Flannan’s College have qualified for the Dr Harty Cup Final for the first time since 2007.
*Grainne Nolan. Photograph: David Dillon Time management is key in the eyes of Grainne Nolan as she prepares for the final semester of completing a science degree at NUIG plus taking on a senior role within the Clare intermediate ladies football side.
*Diarmuid Ryan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Versatility can be a curse for some players, Diarmuid Ryan isn’t complaining with being one of the utility men in the Clare hurling panel.
Before even pucking a ball, the return of Aaron Cunningham to the Clare panel has provided a massive lift.
Clare’s newly appointed ladies football captain will be playing with extra self-belief this year off the back of a breakthrough season for her club.
*Michael Leahy Providing the private sector with incentives to develop rural areas has been declared as the key election issue of Michael Leahy.
*Scariff Ogonnelloe captain, Mairead Scanlan Scariff/Ogonnelloe have had the dream campaign from winning their first county senior championship to matching it with a provincial equivalent, sixty minutes on Sunday will decide if they can progress to the All-Ireland final.
She did it the hard way which made Allowdale Shelley’s January win in Tralee all the sweeter.
*Ciarán Russell. Photograph: John Mangan On and off the pitch, Ciarán Russell has had an eventful few months.