Clare GAA officials have held the draw for the Junior B Football Championship
Reigning Clare and Munster camogie champions, Scariff/Ogonnelloe have been handed the toughest draw possible as their attempts to retain the McMahon Cup get underway.
The O’Gorman cup senior football tournament will resume next week and, this year, will take the format of a knockout competition.
Strict measures remain in place as greyhound racing has resumed, the break has served Clare owners well with more success recorded in Galway.
No transfers will be permitted in the Clare District Soccer League prior to the resumption of games this month.
Clare GAA’s finances are in “dire straits” with the organisation at risk of “going bust”.
Pairings have been unveiled for the provincial championships in minor hurling, football and U20 hurling.
Dates have been set for the start of club ladies football championships in Clare with the draws already made.
Pairings have been confirmed for the Clare GAA championships across nine grades following this evening’s draw.
Structures for Clare’s adult club championships have been finalised following a lengthy debate at Monday’s meeting of the County Board.