Followers of greyhound racing had to settle for one night’s action at the weekend on account of Connacht’s clash with Leinster in the Guinness PRO14 Rainbow Cup on Saturday.
*Sean Stack. Photograph: Joe Buckley Dynamic Twinkle owned by Ballyea’s Kieran Nugent recorded her maiden success on Friday while Clare hurling great Sean Stack saw his Loxley take the spoils in Limerick.
*Gary Cooney. Photograph: Eamon Ward A career best was recorded by Border Electric in Limerick on Saturday night while Flyers Iniesta was the only Clare dog to reach the next round of the Con and Annie Kirby Memorial.
*Stan Lineen receives an accolade from former Clare GAA Chairman Michael McDonagh along with members of the 1980 Kilmihil side to mark 25 years of their championship win. Photograph: Gerard O’Neill The death occurred last week of one of Kilmihil’s best known residents, Stan Lineen.
Clare’s 53rd hurling All Star award was also arguably its most inevitable as Tony Kelly’s scintillating 2020 championship performances ensured his inclusion on the team of the year for the 50th anniversary of the prestigious PWC GAA/GPA All Stars.