*Grainne Nolan and her Banner Ladies teammates have learned their championship opponents. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill

Dates have been set for the start of club ladies football championships in Clare with the draws already made.

Monday night football will be in place for the senior and intermediate championships. The opening round is to commence on August 10th, with games taking place for the next five weeks in succession. The semi-finals are pencilled in for September 7th with the final to take place on Sunday September 20th.

Similarly the Junior A and B campaigns will be played on Monday nights. U16 games are set aside for Tuesday evenings with U12 games scheduled for Sundays. Dates for the U14 Championship will be ratified at the July County Board meeting scheduled for July 21st.

Last year’s senior champions Kilmihil will not meet finalists Banner Ladies until the knockout stages of the competition, provided both sides prevail from their respective groups. Teams named first will have home advantage.

Senior C’Ship

Round One (August 10th)
Group A:
St Josephs Doora/Barefield v Kilmihil
Cooraclare Bye

Group B:
Cúil Gaels v Western Gaels
Banner Ladies Bye

Round Two: (August 17th):
Group A:
Kilimhil v Cooraclare
St Josephs Doora/Barefield Bye

Group B:
West Clare Gaels v Banner Ladies
Cúil Gaels Bye

Round Three (August 24th):
Group A:
Cooraclare v St Josephs Doora/Barefield
Kilmihil Bye

Group B:
Banner Ladies v Cúil Gaels
West Clare Gaels Bye

Quarter-Finals (August 31st)

Semi-Finals (September 7th)

Final (September 20th)

Intermediate C’Ship

Round One (August 10th)
Group A:
Liscannor v Fergus Rovers
Doonbeg v St Josephs Miltown

Group B:
Kilmurry Ibrickane v Éire Óg
Burren Gaels Bye

Round Two (August 17th)
Group A:
Fergus Rovers v Doonbeg
St Josephs Miltown v Liscannor

Group B:
Éire Óg v Burren Gaels
Kilmurry Ibrickane Bye

Round Three (August 24th)
Group A:
Doonbeg v Liscannor
Fergus Rovers v St Josephs Miltown

Group B
Burren Gaels v Kilmurry Ibrickane
Éire Óg Bye

Quarter-Finals (August 31st)

Semi-Finals (September 7th)

Final September 20th

Junior A Championship:

Round One (August 17th)
East Clare Gaels v St Josephs Doora/Barefield (2)
Kildysart v Banner Ladies (2)
Kilrush v Clooney/Quin

Round Two (August 24th)
Banner Ladies (2) v East Clare Gaels
St Josephs Doora/Barefield (2) v Kilrush
Clooney/Quin v Kildysart

Round Three (August 31st)
Banner Ladies (2) v St Josephs Doora/Barefield (2)
Kilrush v Kildysart
East Clare Gaels v Clooney/Quin

Round Four (September 7th)
Kildysart v East Clare Gaels
Kilrush v Banner Ladies (2)
Clooney/Quin v St Josephs Doora/Barefield (2)

Round Five (September 14th)
East Clare Gaels v Kilrush
St Josephs Doora/Barefield (2) v Kildysart
Banner Ladies (2) v Clooney/Quin

Final (September 27th)

Junior B

Round One (August 24th)
Wolfe Tones v St Josephs Doora/Barefield (3)
Fergus Rovers (2) v Crusheen

Round Two (August 31st)
St Josephs Doora/Barefield (3) v Fergus Rovers (2)
Crusheen v Wolfe Tones

Round Three (September 7th)
Fergus Rovers (2) v Wolfe Tones
St Josephs Doora/Barefield (3) v Crusheen

Final (September 27th)

U16 Championship – Div A, B, C & D
1st Rd July 28th
2nd Rd August 4th
3rd Rd August 11th
4th Rd August 18th
5th Rd August 25th
Semi- finals September 1st
Finals September 8th

U12 Peil na Cailini 2020 – all 13 a-side competitions.
Division A, B & C
Dates: July 26th, August 2nd, 9th, 16th, & 23rd
Division D Only
Dates: July 26th, August 2nd, 9th, 16th, & 23rd, 30th, & September 6th.

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