There was a lot of Clare interest in last Sunday’s Meath senior football final between Ratoath and Gael Colmcille from Kells.
Clare greyhound owners from Moy, Miltown Malbay, Ennistymon and Shannon were among the winners at Galway track over the weekend.
Shannon were narrowly defeated in the Munster final of the Jimmy Bruen shield played at Mahony’s Point golf course in Killarney on Saturday.
Two members of Clare’s All-Ireland winning team of 2013 have departed Brian Lohan’s senior hurling panel while three of the most promising young hurlers in the county have joined the squad.
Clare football has received a massive boost ahead of the resumption of inter county activity with the news that Gary Brennan and Jamie Malone have rejoined the squad.
Banner GAA claimed the Junior B title for the first time in their history on Sunday with a fully merited win over Newmarket-on-Fergus.
Shannon’s Ryan Nolan has signed with La Liga outfit, Getafe.
Tim Crowe was involved with Sixmilebridge as they claimed their first ever senior championship in 1977, the retired PE teacher was in the role of manager as The Bridge collected their fifteenth title overcoming O’Callaghans Mills by eight points.
Clare Cascaders are appealing for new members to sign up to their masters team ahead of new competitions due to take place in the upcoming season.
Consistent improvement has been a feature of St Josephs Doora/Barefield’s two year stint in the intermediate championship according to goalkeeper Tom O’Brien.