*Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Inagh-Kilnamona, Sixmilebridge, St Joseph’s Doora/Barefield and Clonlara will contest this year’s Under 15A Hurling Championship semi-finals following a hectic two match blitz over the past week.
*Corofin’s Darragh McGroary with Cooraclare’s Darragh Townsend. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography There’s a three way tie at the top of the group standings as the Under 15 Division 1 Football Championship moved past the halfway stage last Monday evening.
*Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Last year’s beaten Under 14 Football Championship finalists Ennistymon have blazed an early trail in the Under 15 equivalent over the past week with successive opening victories over Clondegad and Kilrush/Killimer.
*Seadna Morey in control for Sixmilebridge. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Sixmilebridge regrouped following their surprise first round loss to Feakle by overcoming Clooney/Quin in the second round of the Clare Cup while Clonlara and Feakle both maintained their unbeaten run to two games.
*Little space is afforded by either Marian Quaid and Becky Foley. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Limerick’s maintained their current hold over neighbours Clare after completing a league and championship double in Clarina on Saturday afternoon.
*Harry Fine tries to hold off Darragh Whyte. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography 2020 Under 14A finalists Sixmilebridge and Inagh-Kilnamona lead the way in the Under 15A Hurling Championship equivalent after cementing back-to-back victories on Monday evening.
*Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Reigning Under 14A champions Sixmilebridge sent out a warning sign to any potential usurpers of the newly revamped Under 15A Hurling Championship following an opening 8-17 to 0-11 victory over Clarecastle on away soil.
*Captain Caoimhe Harvey holds off a Meath challenge. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Clare’s exit from the National Ladies Football League has been described as “humbling” by the county manager, Evan Talty.
*Brian Lohan on the sideline in Parnell Park. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Content to get a second win of 2021, Clare boss Brian Lohan is in no doubt further improvement is required within the Banner ranks.
*Tara Kelly is forced to offload. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Clare’s Royal hoodoo continued as Meath dished another sizeable defeat, this time on their home soil of Páirc Tailteann to seal a National League Division 2 Semi-Final spot this evening.