A team of sixty swimmers from Ennis Swimming and Life-saving Club travelled to the University of Limerick for the first big gala of the long course season last weekend.
Scariff-Ogonnelloe’s unprecedented trailblazing journey finally ended at the hands of four-in-a-row chasing Slaughtneil in Ashbourne on Sunday afternoon.
*PHOTO: John Mangan Clare’s footballers have lost in their opening round of the 2020 Allianz National Football League campaign.
*Brian Lohan & Ken Ralph. Photograph: Sport Action Photography AFTER A tumultuous off-season for Clare, we are now able to look forward to the year’s hurling.
*Colm Collins. Photograph: John Mangan Of all the present gaelic football managers in the country, Colm Collins is the second longest serving of them all.
Keelan Sexton was away for Clare’s championship run in 2019 but it’s as if he was never gone, such is the ease at which he has assimilated back into the squad.
*Aodhan O’Shea of St Flannan’s College goes up for a basket during the Basketball Ireland U19 C Boys Schools Cup Final match between Ballymakenny College and St Flannan’s College, Ennis at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght, Dublin. Photo by Brendan Moran/Sportsfile St Flannan’s College put in a stunning second half display performance at the…
*Cian Galvin was outstanding for the winners. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill St Flannan’s College have qualified for the Dr Harty Cup Final for the first time since 2007.
*Grainne Nolan. Photograph: David Dillon Time management is key in the eyes of Grainne Nolan as she prepares for the final semester of completing a science degree at NUIG plus taking on a senior role within the Clare intermediate ladies football side.
*Diarmuid Ryan. Photograph: Martin Connolly Versatility can be a curse for some players, Diarmuid Ryan isn’t complaining with being one of the utility men in the Clare hurling panel.