*Aron Shanagher in action against Limerick’s Sean Finn. Photograph: Martin Connolly Last seen in gamer mode taking out opponents in ‘Call of Duty’ alongside Shane O’Donnell and Diarmuid Ryan for a Club Clare promotional video a few weeks back, Aron Shanagher is primed to answer the call to arms once more for Clare as they …
*Johnny Callinan. Photograph: Joe Buckley Depending on your vintage, the release of John Callinan’s autobiography ‘To Play, To Live’ is either a welcome lockdown leap down memory lane to an era in which Clare were a match for anyone in the land or a timely introductory insight into one of the county’s greatest ever hurlers.
*The generations of O’Keeffes, Michael Jnr, Michael Snr and Anne. Photograph: John Mangan Tulla’s sporting infrastructure understandably evokes an immense source of local pride, with The Cragg (Tulla United), Dr. Daly Memorial Park (Tulla GAA Club) and now Creamery Park Road (Tulla Athletic Club) forming an enviable triumvirate for the town.
*Michael O’Keeffe Jnr, Michael Minogue, Eugene Conlon, Thomas Byrnes, Louise McInerney, Michael O’Keeffe Sn, Peadar Greene, Terry Quinn, Anne O’Keeffe. Photograph: John Mangan With tomorrow (Friday, April 2nd) being World Autism Awareness Day, it’s fitting that Tulla Athletic Club are set to introduce Inclusive Athletics to their ever-expanding offering.
Back-to-back Women’s National League champion Chloe Moloney is hoping to also nudge Galway WFC into title contention after re-signing for the club ahead of the new season lift-off this Saturday.
Athlone Town’s latest signing Laurie Ryan is relishing the prospect of competing in the Women’s National League for the first time after a chance encounter saw the Ennis native rekindle her zeal for soccer in a whirlwind few weeks.