*Eoin Cleary in action versus Declan McMahon. Photograph: John Meyler
With one semi-final spot left to fill in both the Clare SFC and Clare IFC, the picture has become clearer following Monday’s draw for the play-offs in both championships.
Fresh from their extra time win over Kilrush Shamrocks, Cooraclare must now to dethrone St Josephs Miltown if they are to stay in the race for the Jack Daly. The repeat of the 2015 decider will determine who faces the winner of Cratloe versus Clondegad to fight for a coveted semi-final spot.
Corofin will have an extra period of rest, they were handed a bye in the Clare IFC play-off and will take on the winners of Wolfe Tones versus Éire Óg to see who advances to the last four.
Clare SFC Play-Off
Clondegad or Cratloe Bye
Cooraclare v St Josephs Miltown
Winner of Cooraclare v St Josephs Miltown versus Cratloe or Clondegad
Senior B Semi-Finals:
Loser of Cooraclare v St Josephs Miltown v Ennistymon
Kilmihil v Éire Óg
Clare IFC Three Way Play-Off
Wolfe Tones v Éire Óg
Wolfe Tones or Éire Óg v Corofin
Junior A Football C’Ship Round 3:
Clooney/Quin v St Senan’s Kilkee or Cratloe
Doonbeg v Cooraclare
Lissycasey v losers of Banner v Clondegad
Junior B Football C’Ship Semi-Finals:
St Breckans v Parteen
Kildysart v Shannon Gaels