Nominations for positions on the Executive of Clare GAA closed on Monday.
Clare’s Tony Kelly has been credited with bringing his game to another level as Clare sealed their place in the quarter-finals of the All-Ireland senior hurling championship and has been described by Fergal Hegarty as the county’s greatest hurler.
“Anything could happen” with only six teams left standing in the race for the Liam McCarthy, Clare’s Tony Kelly has outlined.
Davy Fitzgerald is to stay on as Wexford senior hurling manager.
Clare have discovered their opponents for the county’s first All-Ireland SHC quarter-final appearance since 2018.
Clare’s ladies footballers have sealed their place in the TG4 All-Ireland semi-finals for the first time since 2016.
It was the same but different as Cork maintained their championship hold over Clare to power into the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Semi-Finals in Pairc Uí Chaoimh on Saturday afternoon.
Clare’s chances of progressing to the TG4 All-Ireland Intermediate Ladies Football semi-finals rests predominantly in the hands of Kildare vs Laois but manager James Murrihy insists his side will remain focused on the task in hand.
A Tony Kelly inspired Clare have advanced to the All-Ireland quarter-finals with a deserved seven point win over Wexford.
It was a Friday night’s racing to remember for Gort’s John Quinn while this Saturday Clare hopes in the quarter-finals of the Friends of Limerick Irish St Leger lay firmly with Own Spice.