*Joe O’Donnell. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Aiming to secure increased funding for Clare Camogie’s county grounds is the goal for Joe O’Donnell as he enters his second year as Chairperson of the organisation.
*Outgoing secretary, Marie-Louise Kaiser. Photograph: Burren Eye Photography Clare camogie remain without a county secretary following this week’s Annual General Meeting.
Clare’s senior camogie players need to be more focused on their own game instead of viewing the sponsorship offers and gear given to their male counterparts, the Vice Chairman of the County Board has said.
*Joe Robbins. Photograph: Eamon Ward As far as sporting administration is concerned, Joe Robbins is one of the county’s most colourful characters but he is also the founder of a business that has withstood three recessions and a tech bubble.
An inability to take chances that presented themselves was the main frustration from Clare senior camogie manager Patricia O’Grady following their ten point defeat to Galway on Saturday. Speaking in the aftermath of their first outing of this year’s Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship, O’Grady gave her immediate assessment of where it went wrong…