*Cathal Darcy impressed at centre-back for Éire Óg. Photograph: Clare GAA Round Two of the Clare SFC saw five games played across the weekend with St Josephs Miltown, Kilmurry Ibrickane and Ennistymon securing quarter-final places.
Bathing restrictions at Lahinch have been lifted.
*Members of the Kilrush Town Team. Photograph: Natasha Barton Kilrush will participate in the community-led architecture and design programme, ‘Reimagine’.
*Clare senior football manager, Colm Collins. Photograph: Martin Connolly Dermot Coughlan’s return as Clare minor football manager has already been confirmed, it appears Colm Collins and Seamus Clancy will also continue in their respective roles in charge of the senior and U20 sides.
*Pictured L-R are Pat O’Brien, Niall Maloney, Loretto Duggan and Joe Noonan. Photograph: Arthur Ellis. In an attempt to raise €20,000 for their charity programme, Shannon Group staff will be cycling 787km across three days in September.
*Catherine O’Brien of ODODO. Ireland has seen an increase in early-stage female entrepreneurs over the past year, new business and well-developed ideas are now being urged by Clare women to join ACORNS 5.
As the Dublin senior footballers continue their preparations for the All-Ireland senior football final against Kerry and the drive for five, they headed to West Clare to undergo a weekend training camp.
*Donal Moloney & Gerry O’Connor. Photograph: Martin Connolly A review is to be concluded before a decision is made known regarding next year’s Clare senior hurling management team.
*Photograph: Julie Tillet One of the largest newspapers in the USA, The Wall Street Journal has penned an article on the beauty of The Burren.
Shannon’s Andy Moloney is getting set to cycle almost 550 miles all in aid of autism charities on both sides of The Irish Sea.