*Craig Chaplin & Broadford will meet neighbours Sixmilebridge. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill

Two major local derbies are on the cards in the Clare SHC quarter-finals with some exciting clashes also in store for the Clare IHC last eight.

Reigning senior champions Sixmilebridge take on the current intermediate champions Broadford in an exciting local derby in the last eight of the Clare SHC in a game that will split families and be sure to cause fierce debate in the next fortnight.

After impressing with a comfortable win over Clooney/Quin at the weekend, Ballyea have been rewarded with a tough outing against Kilmaley who stuck four goals past Wolfe Tones.

O’Callaghans Mills caused an upset in overcoming Crusheen, once again they will go in as underdogs, this time they face Inagh/Kilnamona who have recorded victories against Clooney/Quin and Newmarket-on-Fergus.

Feakle will face an extended wait for their last eight outing. They will meet the winners of Cratloe versus Éire Óg.

In the intermediate quarter-finals, the clash of local rivals Tulla and Scariff is the pick of the round. Bodyke will have momentum from their weekend win over Clarecastle but face a much stiffer test in the guise of St Josephs Doora/Barefield. Tubber are paired against Sixmilebridge while Smith O’Briens will battle with the winners of Cratloe versus Corofin.

Clare SHC Quarter-Finals:
Inagh/Kilnamona v O’Callaghans Mills
Ballyea v Kilmaley
Broadford v Sixmilebridge
Feakle v Cratloe or Éire Óg

Senior B Quarter-Finals
Whitegate v Clarecastle
Crusheen v Clooney/Quin
Newmarket-on-Fergus v Wolfe Tones
Éire Óg or Cratloe v Clonlara

Clare IHC Quarter-Finals:
Bodyke v St Josephs Doora/Barefield
Scariff v Tulla
Sixmilebridge v Tubber
Smith O’Briens v Corofin or Cratloe

Junior A Hurling C’Ship
Play/Off
Ogonnelloe v Clooney/Quin
Éire Óg bye

Junior B Hurling Quarter-Finals:
Tulla v Whitegate
Smith O’Briens v Newmarket-on-Fergus
Banner v Corofin
Feakle v Meelick

Related News

inis housing association 16-02-24 cathal crowe darragh o'brien
Housing Minister in talks with Uisce Éireann to try rescue Ennistymon €7.7m development
scoil na maighdine mhuire covid voices 21-06-22 3
HSE's plans to appoint Dr Holohan as cancer consultant causes outrage
damien carmody 1
Damien Carmody memorial tournament to honour a man who loved the GAA & the land
shannon airport car park 1
Cargo flight from Miami diverts to Shannon Airport
Latest News
1000038028
How golf benefits your mental health
clare v offaly 18-02-24 diarmuid o'donnell 1
O'Donnell delights with match-winning contribution
Butter-Chicken Feb 22nd
A Taste of Homestead Cottage's Butter Chicken
inis housing association 16-02-24 cathal crowe darragh o'brien
Housing Minister in talks with Uisce Éireann to try rescue Ennistymon €7.7m development
scoil na maighdine mhuire covid voices 21-06-22 3
HSE's plans to appoint Dr Holohan as cancer consultant causes outrage
Premium
damien carmody 1
Damien Carmody memorial tournament to honour a man who loved the GAA & the land
eoin gavin 2
'Impact of lack of housing in Shannon is too big to ignore' - Chamber President lays it on the line for Housing Minister
Ennis Car Park Announcement 031 eamon o'dea pat dowling kieran keating deirdre murphy brian fitzpatrick
Lease arrangement with Council for Cloister car park offers 'financial assurance & certainty' for Clare GAA
uhl exterior
Preliminary assessment underway following death of teenage girl at UHL
alan troy mary howard 1
Fianna Fáil tipped to run four candidates in West Clare

Subscribe for just €3 per month

If you’re here, you care about County Clare. So do we. Did you rely on us for Covid-19 updates, follow our election coverage, or visit The Clare Echo every week for breaking news and sport? The Clare Echo invests in local journalism and we want to safeguard its future in our county. By becoming a subscriber you are supporting what we do, will receive access to all our premium articles and a better experience, while helping us improve our offering to you. Subscribe to clareecho.ie and get the first six months for just €3 a month (less than 75c per week), and thereafter €8 per month. Cancel anytime, limited time offer. T&Cs Apply. www.clareecho.ie.

Subscribe for just €3 per month

If you’re here, you care about County Clare. So do we. Did you rely on us for Covid-19 updates, follow our election coverage, or visit The Clare Echo every week for breaking news and sport? The Clare Echo invests in local journalism and we want to safeguard its future in our county. By becoming a subscriber you are supporting what we do, will receive access to all our premium articles and a better experience, while helping us improve our offering to you. Subscribe to clareecho.ie and get the first six months for just €3 a month (less than 75c per week), and thereafter €8 per month. Cancel anytime, limited time offer. T&Cs Apply. www.clareecho.ie.

Scroll to Top