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.
GAA clubs across Co Clare and the County Board Executive have endorsed a proposal from Éire Óg seeking the development of a five year strategic plan for the Association.
A wide lens has been cast on the future strategic direction to be taken by Clare GAA with the full picture to be known come the conclusion of Tuesday’s seismic County Board meeting.
Clare GAA Chairman, Jack Chaplin has refuted claims that Brian Lohan offered to tender his resignation as manager of the county senior hurlers.
Four new sub-committees are to be established by Clare GAA focused on underage development, finance and infrastructural development.
Seadna Morey has confirmed he will not be part of the Clare senior hurling panel this year.
Keith Carr has stepped down as strength and conditioning coach to the Clare senior hurlers after one season in the role.
Tony Kelly is on the shortlist for Hurler of the Year while he is one of four Clare men nominated for All Stars.
Two of Clare’s All-Ireland winners from 1997 are teaming up to take charge of the Kilmaley senior hurlers.
Clare’s senior hurlers are set to be without regular defender Seadna Morey for the 2021 inter-county season.