County camogie PRO Brid MacNamara has been named as the Clare winner at the 2020 Federation of Irish Sport
Additional work completed at the grounds of Clare camogie during lockdown brought ‘a silver lining to an otherwise difficult year’.
Clare’s outgoing camogie secretary has described the County Board’s efforts in running off competitions in 2020 as “a resounding success” with membership numbers continuing to grow.
As they prepare for their first All-Ireland senior quarter-final in six seasons, Clare camogie boss Ger O’Connell is hopeful his charges will grow in confidence following their dominant weekend win over Dublin.
An eleven point winning margin saw Clare’s senior camogie side book their spot in the All-Ireland quarter-finals for the first time in six years.
Clare’s Junior camogie side will not have the opportunity to conclude their All-Ireland campaign this year.
Clare’s senior camogie side are in must win territory as they welcome Dublin to Fr McNamara Park this weekend.
Joint manager of the Clare junior camogie team, Ann-Marie McGann has outlined that members of the panel have departed due to concerns regarding COVID-19.
In a display that could only be admired, Tipperary emphatically secured the opening points of this year’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship on Sunday afternoon.
Clare’s Junior camogie side got their 2020 All-Ireland campaign off to a winning start bridging a seven point deficit to win by eight points.