Clare’s Oscar Traynor side are stronger this year, manager Shane Keegan has maintained.
*David Reidy. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Back to the inter-county fold after a year’s absence, David Reidy has upped the ante so far as his preparation is concerned.
It was far too easy for Clare’s U20 footballers who set up a Munster semi-final clash with Cork after they brushed past the challenge of Waterford on Thursday night.
*Ian Galvin and Aron Shanagher clash in the air. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill “Clare’s hurling cuteness” was the difference as Laois suffered an eight point defeat in Ennis on Sunday.
*Clare Hehir celebrates in front of her UL teammates. Photograph: ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo UL were crowned Ashbourne Cup champions for the fifth year in succession on Sunday with six Clare members of their panel.
*Clare’s Ryan Taylor under pressure. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill Player welfare was not an issue before Sunday’s clash between Clare and Laois in the midst of an orange weather warning in the eyes of Brian Lohan.
This weekend Feb 21st to 23rd The Irish National Darts Organisation’s Inter County Counties Darts championships takes place at Treacys West County Hotel before moving to a new venue from 2021 onwards. Reigning champions Meath put their title on the line in the Men’s competition, while Wexford will be attempting to retain their crown as Ireland’s finest…
*Sean Conway. Photograph: Raymond O’Mahony Michael Neylon has named his team for Clare’s Munster U20 football quarter-final clash with Waterford on Wednesday evening.
A stellar career start continued on Saturday last in Galway as Burnpark Floyd made it seven wins from seven.
*Clare’s Jack Browne. Photograph: Chris Copley Clare have maintained their unbeaten record in Division 1 of the 2020 Allianz National Hurling League accounting for Laois by eight points on Sunday afternoon.