Elias Kunz commiserates with Alan Mulready. Photograph: Natasha Barton

PAIRINGS have been confirmed for the semi-finals of the Ennis Carpets Clare Cup.

Holders Avenue Utd A have been drawn against Bridge Utd A while Newmarket Celtic will meet Fern Celtic.

Semi-final ties will take place on the May Bank Holiday weekend with one game to take place on Friday evening and the other on Saturday afternoon.

Ennis Carpets Clare Cup semi-finals:
Bridge Utd A vs Avenue Utd A
Fern Celtic vs Newmarket Celtic A

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