Tony Kelly has added another personal honour to his mantelpiece after being named PWC GAA/GPA player of the month for November.
After the joy of last week’s triumph over Wexford, the Clare hurlers and their supporters suffered the disappointment of a loss to Waterford. This was a game in which we experienced the full range of emotions as Clare’s performance ebbed and flowed after a terrible start.
Clare GAA have confirmed that Sean Chaplin is stepping down from his coaching role with the Association.
Beaten All-Ireland finalists of the past two seasons Meath had too much class and firepower for Clare to handle and thus progressed to the decider once again at Clare’s expense.
Clare’s ladies footballers are showing strong form at the right time, selector Enda O’Halloran maintained ahead of Saturday’s All-Ireland intermediate semi-final.
Eimear O’Connnor was on the frontline for her country earlier this year, the Coolmeen woman is anxious to be in the coalface this weekend but this time for her county.
Two names will go before the clubs of Clare for the position of Chairperson after Robert Frost has decided not to contest for the position.
A Newmarket-on-Fergus jockey has been shortlisted for a top honour in the UK.
Major changes to the age-groups of GAA underage club teams are to be introduced across the country including Co Clare from 2021.
Calls for a Clare GAA commercial manager, the establishment of a committee to develop a five year strategic plan and an independent report on the cost effectiveness of county teams using venues other than Caherlohan are among the motions to go before County Convention.