Several Clare teenagers have put pen to paper on new deals with Limerick FC and Treaty Utd ahead of the start of the upcoming season.

Treaty Utd U19’s side will be bolstered by the addition of three new Clare signings. Fionn McInerney who played with Shannon Town Utd since he was five years old has added to the Banner contingent at Treaty Utd, he formerly captained the Shannon club to League and Cup glory along with representing Clare at Kennedy Cup level.

Fionn McInerney is tackled. Photograph: Joe Buckley

Bridge Utd duo Scott Kirkland and Adam Fitzpatrick have also linked up with Treaty’s U19s for the coming season. The pair picked up Youths League and Cup winners medals in 2020. Scott has featured on Clare squads throughout his schoolboys career while Adam previously captained Limerick FC at U15 and U17 level, last season he made his first appearance for the Sixmilebridge club’s A and B sides.

Ex Clare Youths captain and Bridge Utd defender Liam Buckley was one of the first signings for Treaty Utd’s U19 side.

Quilty’s Jason Cushen has departed Ennis Town FC as he links up with Limerick City FC’s U17 side. Last season, he lined out at U16, U17 and Youths level for Ennis Town winning a League and Cup double with the U17 side.

Jason’s ex teammates at Ennis Town recently voted him as the ‘most influential player’ at a club awards presentation.

Ennis’ Eddie Shaw will also be linking up with Jason and the Limerick FC U17 outfit. Shaw has left Avenue Utd for the League of Ireland following a very impressive underage career with the Roslevan based club. The versatile player has been praised by ex coaches for his work ethic and leadership.

Sixmilebridge’s Lee Mulready will be in action with Treaty Utd’s U17 side for the coming season, he lined out with Limerick last season, a definite highlight included scoring twice on his debut in a 6-2 win against Cobh Ramblers.

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