*Enda & Dermot Coughlan. Photograph: John Mangan Sunday will see two neighbours go to war in the Clare SFC final but it will also split families as cousins will be in opposite camps including the Coughlans and Clearys.
*Kieran Malone puts Mark McCarthy under pressure. Photograph: Martin Connolly Responsibility is nothing new to Kieran Malone whether it’s in the workplace or on the football field, he’s determined not to shirk from such duties when St Josephs Miltown take on Kilmurry Ibrickane in Sunday’s county football final.
*Aiden Davidson and Jack Sheedy celebrate. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) St Breckans have sealed their return to the senior ranks of Clare football, twelve months after being relegated.
*Sixmilebridge’s Evan McInerney. Photograph: Chris Copley Without question, Evan McInerney was Sixmilebridge’s breakout player of the championship.
*Donie Garrihy. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (Burren Eye Photography) Passion and pride are two traits Donie Garrihy will always bring to the fore regardless of the sport, so long as his native place is concerned.
Lissycasey native, Mary Considine has been given a seven year term as the new Chief Executive of Shannon Group.
*Seadna Morey holds off the challenge of Enda Boyce. Photograph: Willie O’Reilly (BurrenEye Photography) Tim Crowe was coach to the Sixmilebridge senior side that won their first championship in 1977, on Sunday he was manager of the side that claimed their fourteenth title.
It’s his first year on the Kildysart intermediate panel but Emmet McMahon is well aware of the heartbreak suffered by the club on big days.
A furniture upcycling course run by Haven Horizons has sparked public interest and raised funds for a Skills Share programme for women who have experienced domestic abuse.
Alex Morey’s return to the Sixmilebridge team in 2019 was instrumental in them getting their hands on the Canon Hamilton for the fourth time in seven years.